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OSU WBB Now Ranked 11th...Blazers Set To Tangle With Timberwolves

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The Trail Blazers take on Western Conference-leading Minnesota tonight in the first of a back to back with the Timberwolves before the All Star Break. Portland will be without Malcolm Brogdon, Shaedon Sharpe, …Anfernee Simons, Scoot Henderson, and Deandre Ayton are all nursing various ailments. Rookie swing player Rayan Rupert has been assigned to the G League’s Rip City Remix. The Blazers are trying to stop a four game losing streak. Tip off from the Moda Center is at 7.

NFL:

Seattle must decide what to do about its 14 unrestricted Free Agents including linebackers Jordyn Brooks and Bobby Wagner, tight end Noah Fant, and center Evan Brown. The Seahawks are also looking ahead to April's draft. There are reports they’ll be eyeing one of several quarterbacks that could be available.

College Hoops:

The Oregon State Women moved up to number 11 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. Sophomore Raegan Beers earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors for the second time this season following the pair of wins over top 20 teams last weekend.

College Football: 

Recruiting season never ends. Oregon received a 2025 commitment from defensive lineman Matthew Johnson out of California. The four-star is the first defensive commitment for next year’s class.

College Softball:

Oregon outfielder Ariel Carlson was named Pac-12 player of the week. She went 8 for 16 with 3 doubles and 2 homeruns in the six-games over the weekend to start the Ducks season.

College Baseball:

Oregon State infielder Travis Bazzana is one of 55 players on USA Baseball's preseason Golden Spikes watch list for the top amateurs in the country. OSU’s season opener Friday in Surprise, Arizona.

Local:

Girls and Boys Basketball - Crook County goes against Gladstone, Madras matches up with the Dalles, La Pine plays Pleasantville.

 

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