Hugh Hewitt


Hugh Hewitt

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(Eugene, OR)  --  Justin Herbert threw for five touchdowns as Oregon crushed Montana 35-3 at Autzen Stadium.  The quarterback threw for 316 yards on 30-for-42, while Johnny Johnson the Third had eight catches for 7 yards and two scores.  Travis Dye finished with 101 yards on the ground over 17 rushes.  The Ducks are 2-and-1 will visit Stanford in Northern California Saturday afternoon.

Scoreboard rewind under the Friday Night Lights. Mt. View smashed Sandy, 48-13. Summit battled on the road but came up short losing at Grants Pass, 12-7. The Cougars play at Grants Pass this week. 

Elsewhere. West Salem throttled Bend, 44-19. Redmond lost a close game at Eagle Point, 29-27. South Eugene ran past Ridgeview, 34-12. Crook County blanked Cottage Grove, 39-zip. Valley Catholic of Beaverton edged Sisters, 22-19. 

In the lower levels, La Pine shut down Madras, 22-3. Culver slipped by Rogue River, 13-12. Gilchrist edged Crow, 27-24 and Butte Falls blew out North Lake, 68-to-nothing.

(Corvallis, OR)  --  Jake Luton threw for 255 yards and four touchdowns as Oregon State hammered Cal Poly 45-7 at Reser Stadium.  BJ Baylor had 101 yards and a score on seven carries, while Artavis Pierce had 90 yards rushing on 12 carries.  Champ Flemings had five catches for 142 yards and two scores while Isaiah Hodgins found the end zone twice, catching seven passes for 81 yards.  The 1-and-2 Beavers will be off this weekeend before hosting Stanford in Corvallis September 28th. 

(Portland, OR)  -- The Timbers lost 1-nil to DC United on an own goal at Providence Park Sunday.  Bill Tuiloma slid to try and clear the ball and knocked it into his own net in the 25th minute.  Diego Valeri hit the woodwork in the 16th minute on a header off a cross that would've given Portland the lead.  Despite the loss, the Tims are in seventh place in the West with 43 points through 29 matches.  They have at least one game in hand on every team in the conference.  Portland will host the Red Bulls Wednesday night. 

(Pittsburgh, PA)  --  Russell Wilson connected with DK Metcalf for a 28-yard touchdown pass to push the Seahawks to a 28-26 win over the Steelers in Pittsburgh.  Wilson finished with 300 yards passing and three touchdowns.  Rashaad Penny had 62 yards rushing and a touchdown while Chris Carson added 61.  Tyler Lockett had 10 catches for 79 yards in the win for Seattle, whose now 2-and-0.  Ben Roethlisberger left in the first half after hurting his right elbow on a non-contact injury.  Mason Rudolph threw for 112 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Vance McDonald in relief.  James Connor had 33 yards rushing and a touchdown.  The Steelers are 0-and-2 for the first time since 2013. 

(Seattle, WA)  --  Tom Murphy walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Mariners outlasted the White Sox 11-10 at T-Mobile Park.  The M's tied the game at 10 with five in the eighth, highlighted by a three-run homer from Kyle Lewis.  Mallex Smith singled in the tying run for Seattle, which took the final two in the three-game series. 

(Pittsburgh, PA)  --  After winning back-to-back series, a day off is probably the last thing the Mariners want.  After the off day today, they'll travel across the country to face the Pirates in Pittsburgh in the first of a three-game series tomorrow.  Marco Gonzales will take the ball Tuesday for Scott Servais' club.  The southpaw is 15-and-11 with a 4.30 ERA and won his last start.  Mitch Keller will take the ball for the Bucs in search of his second win for the season and career.  He's 1-and-4 with an 8.29 ERA in nine starts this year.  Justin Dunn and Yusei Kikuchi are scheduled to start the final two games of the series for the M's. 

(Los Angeles, CA)  --  The Storm's long season is over.  They lost 92-69 to the Sparks in Los Angeles in the single-game second round of the WNBA's Western Conference Playoffs.  Natasha Howard scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, while Mercedes Russell had 10 points and eight boards.  Seattle was outscored 25-11 in the final period.  Chelsea Gray had 21 points and eight assists and Candace Parker added 11 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for Derek Fisher's LA squad.  The Storm played the entire season without Miss MVP of Everything Brianna Stewart and veteran point guard Sue Bird.  Both are expected back next season.

On the high school volleyball court tonight, Bend hosts West Salem,  Summit entertains McNary, Sisters plays at Cascade, Madras visits Woodburn, Culver is at Kennedy, Trinity Lutheran welcomes Central Christian, and North Lake entertains Gilchrist.

(Portland, OR)  --  It won't be long before basketball season takes over Portland again.  The Trail Blazers will be holding their annual fan fest on October 6th at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.  They open the preseason two days later at home against the Denver Nuggets.

(Portland, OR)  --  The Timbers are back in action Sunday.  Portland will host D.C. United.  The Timbers are sixth in the west with 43 points.

(Undated)  --  In college football action, number-17 Oregon hosts Montana on Saturday.  The Ducks are 1-and-1.  Oregon State will host Cal Poly.  The Beavers are 0-and-2 on the season.  Portland State will visit Boise State Saturday.  The Vikings are 1-and-1.

(Renton, WA)  --  The first Seahawks injury report of the week is out.  Among the notable absences was receiver Tyler Lockett as he deals with a back injury. Lockett did not practice.  Defensive end Ziggy Ansah was limited with a shoulder injury.  Tackle Duane Brown was a full participant.

(Renton, WA)  --  The Seahawks are hard at work as they get ready for their next game.  Seattle will visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.  The Seahawks defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 21-20 to begin the season this past week.

(Seattle, WA)  --  Despite a passed ball on the would-be third out in the top of ninth, the Mariners took down the Reds 5-3 at home.  Kyle Lewis hit a three-run, go-ahead home run in the seventh inning to break up a no-hitter by Reds pitcher Sonny Gray.  Seattle improves to 60-and-86 on the season.  The two teams will close out the series tonight.

(Seattle, WA)  --  Jordin Canada scored 26 points as the Storm defeated the Lynx 84-74 to in a single-elimination game in the WNBA Playoffs.  Jewell Loyd added 22 points.  The Storm advance to face the Los Angeles Sparks on the road on Sunday in a single-elimination game.

Bend beat McNary in Salem, 3-1; Crook County swept Madras 3-zip, Sisters blanked Newport in 3-games, Burns shutout La Pine 3-nil, Central Christian swept Gilchrist in 3 games, Rogue Valley Adventist got by Trinity Lutheran, 3-1, but North Lake scored a 3-1 win over Paisley.

(Portland, OR)  --  The Timbers second-half homestand will continue Sunday when they welcome DC United to Providence Park.  This will be Portland's seventh-straight home match, having gone 4-and-2 thus far.  Most recently, the Tims beat Sporting Kansas City 2-1 Saturday.  They are in sixth place in the Western Conference with 43 points through 28 matches, and are just three points behind the second-place Sounders.

(St. Louis, MO)  --  The United States earned a 1-1 draw against Uruguay in a friendly in St. Louis.  Jordan Morris fed a cross in off his chest in the 79th minute to tie the game.  Uruguayan forward and LAFC designated player Brian Rodriguez buried a shot behind US keeper Brad Guzan in the 50th minute with a left-footed blast inside the box.  The US men's national team will reunite a month from today to face Cuba in the CONCACAF Nations League.

(Seattle, WA)  --  The Mariners will look to make it two in-a-row tonight as they face the Reds at home.  Marco Gonzales will take the ball for Scott Servais' club.  The southpaw is 14-and-11 with a 4.60 ERA and 9-and-4 since June 7th.  He'll be opposed by Sonny Gray, who was an All-Star this season.  The righty is 10-and-6 with a 2.75 ERA.

(Seattle, WA)  --  Kyle Seager hit a two-run homer in the eighth to lift the Mariners to a 4-3 win over the Reds at T-Mobile Park.  Kyle Lewis, who was making his major league debut, homered in his second at-bat.  Dylan Moore hit a solo shot in the sixth.  Justus Sheffield gave up just one run on seven hits over six, but did not factor into the decision.  Dan Altavilla [[ all-tuh-VIL-uh ]] picked up the win in relief and Aaron Bass nailed down his third save of the year.  The win snapped the M's six-game losing streak.

(Undated)  --  On Saturday, the 17th-ranked Ducks will welcome Montana to Eugene while the Beavers will be home to face Cal Poly.  Oregon is 1-and-1 after decimating Nevada this weekend while State is 0-and-2 after losing at Hawaii.

(Undated)  --  The sentencing for Seahawk Mychal Kendricks has been pushed back to November 21st.  The former linebacker was convicted of insider trading.  The new date is three days before the Hawks play the Eagles in Philadelphia, with whom he played for when he was charged with the crime.  It is unknown if he'll face any prison time, but the maximum penalty for his crimes would be around 37 months in prison.

(Everett, WA)  --  Natasha Howard is the WNBA's 2019 Defensive MVP.  She led the league with 74 steals while ranking third in blocks with 1.7 per game and sixth in rebounds with 8.6 per game.  She knocks off two-time defending Defensive MVP Alana Beard.  She will receive her award before the Storm take on the Minnesota Lynx tonight in a playoff elimination game.  Both teams finished the season at 18-and-16.

(Undated)  --  On Saturday, the 17th-ranked Ducks will welcome Montana to Eugene while the Beavers will be home to face Cal Poly.  Oregon is 1-and-1 after decimating Nevada this weekend while State is 0-and-2 after losing at Hawaii.





  • Powers Road between SW Elkhorn Street and Porcupine Drive for paving, road closure with local access only, 9/16/19 - 9/17/19.
  • Rockbluff Lane between SW Elkhorn Street and SW Cliffrose Drive for paving, road closure with local access only, 9/16/19 - 9/17/19.
  • Cooley Road between Highway 97 and Hunters Circle for railroad crossing repairs, road closure with detour, 9/16/19 - 9/17/19.
  • NE 3rd Street between NE Greenwood Avenue and NE Franklin Avenue for Citywide Pedestrian Safety Improvements, periodic lane closures with local access, 9/16/19 - 10/25/19, night work from 10 p.m. - 10 a.m.
  • NE Revere Avenue between Division Street and NE Lytle Street for railroad crossing repairs, road closure with detours, 9/18/19 - 9/20/19.