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2014 School Profile for the Oregon Hawks

2014-15 enrollment: 467 2013-14 enrollment: 492 Difference: -25

Boys sports: Baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, football, golf, soccer, track & field, wrestling

Girls sports: Basketball, bowling, cross country, golf, softball, track & field, volleyball

Classes: Two class – A; Three class – 1A; Four class – 2A; Football – determined by playoff qualifiers, likely 3A.

Looking back: After missing the playoffs in 2012, the Hawks battled to a 5-4 record in a tough BNC West in football, and then upset Wilmington in the first round of the playoffs. Adding to the fun of the fall was a second straight regional title in volleyball. On the hardwood, the Oregon girls were led by two-time SVM player of the year Sam Lambrigtsen. The Hawks won a regional title before falling to eventual state runner-up Prophetstown at the sectional.

Looking ahead: The football team has a strong tradition, which makes it a likely playoff contender every year. The Big Northern West keeps getting tougher, and adds Dixon to the fray this season. The girls basketball team loses Lambrigtsen and a host of other key seniors, meaning 2014-15 could be a rebuilding year of sorts. Emy Wright will be the key returner on that squad. The Hawks also have sisters Abigail and Alyson Scheidecker with bright futures in golf and bowling.

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