Oregon moved to Number 11 in the Coaches Poll and number 10 in the Associated Press Poll after the 55-10 blowout of Hawai’i Saturday in Eugene. Now it’s conference time. Oregon hosts coach Deion Sanders and number 19 Colorado this Saturday.
Oregon State moved to number 15 in the coaches poll and 14 in the AP poll after getting past San Diego State 26 to 9. OSU has their Pac 12 conference opener in Pullman this Saturday.
Washington State moved to number 21 in the AP poll and debuted at 24 in the Coaches’ after beating Northern Colorado.
Washington blew out future conference foe Michigan State 41 to 7 and stayed ranked number 8 in both polls.
Also, Portland State beat North American University 91 to 0. That’s the Vikings team who lost 81 to 7 to the Ducks in the season opener.
The Portland Trail Blazers' mascot Blaze the Trail Cat, BlazersDancers, and the TV broadcast team visit La Pine Community Center today (September 18) for the Rip City Rally. There’s fun and games along with the raising of a Rip City flag today from 4 to 6 in La Pine.
The Seahawks had a big overtime win in Detroit. Seattle got clutch plays on offense and defense in the 37 to 31 victory, two touchdowns including the game winning reception from Tyler Lockett, and cornerback Tre Brown’s pick-six.
San Francisco got a nice NFC West 'W' over the Rams, 30 to 23. The 49ers' Defense managed two turnovers which were the difference in the game. Christian McCaffery had a typical Christian McCaffery game going over 100 yards rushing with a TD and catching three passes.
The Seattle Mariners, a game out of the wildcard, start a series in Oakland tonight. First pitch at 6:40.
The Giants are two games out of the NL wild card. They can make up some ground when they head to Phoenix to start a series with the Diamondback tomorrow.
The Portland Thorns (over OL Reign Saturday) and Timbers (beating Austin FC Sunday) picked up big wins over the weekend.
Boys Soccer- La Pine plays Summit JV
Volleyball- Sisters hosts Creswell