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- JV baseball is in contention to play Mc Donogh in a JV B Conference final.We must win out versus Calvert Hall and Friends to secure the championship game.(Everton Bailey Jr./The Oregonian via AP, File) "Today's ruling sends a strong signal that Oregon remains open to all," Avakian said after the 62-page opinion was released Thursday. That baker, Jack Phillips, claims his First Amendment claims of artistic freedom were being violated — a similar issue raised by the Kleins.The Oregon court said the Kleins' argument that their cakes entail an artistic expression is "entitled to be taken seriously," but it's not enough for the couple to assert their cakes are pieces of art — they must show others perceive their creations like a sculpture or painting."Although we accept that the Kleins imbue each wedding cake with their own aesthetic choices, they have made no showing that other people will necessarily experience any wedding cake that the Kleins create predominantly as 'expression' rather than as food," the opinion says.

LACROSSEVarsity lacrosse advanced (13-6) from the semi-finals last night with a strong, clean effort versus a very good Severn team.

The mother told Klein she had once thought like him, but her "truth had changed" when she had two gay children.

Klein responded by quoting Leviticus: "You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination."Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer praised the ruling in a statement released through their attorney: "It does not matter how you were born or who you love.

First Liberty Institute, the legal organization that represents the Kleins, disagreed with the ruling."The Oregon Court of Appeals decided that Aaron and Melissa Klein are not entitled to the Constitution's promises of religious liberty and free speech," said Kelly Shackelford, the firm's president.

"In a diverse and pluralistic society, people of good will should be able to peacefully coexist with different beliefs."The state fined the bakers after determining they violated a 2007 Oregon law that protects the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people in employment, housing and public accommodations.

LACROSSEVarsity lacrosse advanced (13-6) from the semi-finals last night with a strong, clean effort versus a very good Severn team.

The mother told Klein she had once thought like him, but her "truth had changed" when she had two gay children.

Klein responded by quoting Leviticus: "You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination."Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer praised the ruling in a statement released through their attorney: "It does not matter how you were born or who you love.

First Liberty Institute, the legal organization that represents the Kleins, disagreed with the ruling."The Oregon Court of Appeals decided that Aaron and Melissa Klein are not entitled to the Constitution's promises of religious liberty and free speech," said Kelly Shackelford, the firm's president.

"In a diverse and pluralistic society, people of good will should be able to peacefully coexist with different beliefs."The state fined the bakers after determining they violated a 2007 Oregon law that protects the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people in employment, housing and public accommodations.

While the ceremony is beautiful and I’m happy and proud of all of you, I’m also sad that we have to say goodbye.“When I try to write this speech I always try to put myself in your shoes, to think about what it’s like to be 17 or 18 on the cusp of this new transition.