The former Lake Oswego High School star finished third at last year's NCAA outdoor meet.
What does LOHS stand for?
LOHS stands for Lake Oswego High School (Lake Oswego, OR)
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Love, the son of former Lakers and Oregon forward Stan Love, attends Lake Oswego High School and only recently began considering USC.
Amy was nominated by Lake Oswego High School in Lake Oswego, and Taylor was nominated by Siuslaw Middle School in Florence.
April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- In its third decade of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, Gatorade(R) Thirst Quencher, in partnership with RISE Magazine, today announced senior center Kevin Love of Lake Oswego High School (Lake Oswego, Ore.
A graduate of Lake Oswego High School, Miller is now definitely counted among the Beavers, and will start at defensive end for Oregon State when the Beavers travel to Autzen Stadium on Thursday to take on Oregon with the Pac-10's Rose Bowl berth at stake.
In the women's final, Lake Oswego High School graduate Amy Beth Simanton birdied the par-5 closing hole to beat University of Oregon junior Kendra Little 1-up.
It's inspired quite a few people, actually, "When the UO program started, Jen Larsen, she was real excited to get Oregon kids but there weren't enough out there," said Lauren Anderson, the coach at Lake Oswego High School who also coached Davidson on the Oregon Elite Lacrosse club team.
The Lake Oswego High School product, the fifth overall selection in last month's draft, averaged a league-best 13.