No. 11 OSU falls to 10 USC...OSU Baseball Starts 3 and 0...Ducks Softball Loses 3 of 5


The Trail Blazers signed rookie Duop Reath to a full contract instead of the two-way deal that kept him on the G League Rip City Remix roster, as well. The 27 year old Australian signed a three-year agreement. Rookie Scoot Henderson scored 10 points in the Rising Stars game on Friday during All-Star weekend. Portland’s season resumes Friday. 

College Hoops:

The number 11 Oregon State Women lost to number 10 USC yesterday 58 to 50. It snapped the Beavers 6 game winning streak. OSU is tied for second in the Pac 12 with the Trojans.

The Oregon Women lost 74 to 55 to number 9 UCLA yesterday. The last place Ducks are 2 and 12 in the conference losing 9 in a row.

The Oregon State Men are last in the Pac 12 having lost 6 in a row after the 60 to 58 loss to Oregon Saturday. The Ducks are 3rd place in the conference and remain on the bubble to get an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament.


Seattle guaranteed quarterback Geno Smith’s contract on Friday. The next date is March 18th for him to get traded or stay with the team. Wide Receiver DK Metcalf also had his contract guaranteed.

College Baseball:

Number 7 ranked Oregon State beat Cal State - Bakersfield 15 to 2 yesterday to run their record to 3 and 0 in the season opening weekend in Surprise, Arizona. The Beavers complete the trip against Minnesota this morning at 9.

Oregon was in Arlington, Texas to start the season. Yesterday they lost to Texas Tech dropping to 2 and 1 for the weekend after wins Friday and Saturday.  The Ducks have their home opener Friday.

College Softball:

Number 14 Oregon lost yesterday to fall to 6 and 5 on the season after being shut-out 2 to nothing to Texas A & M yesterday. The Ducks went 2 and 3 on the weekend in San Diego, dropping two games to the Aggies.

Oregon State was in Fresno over the weekend losing yesterday to Utah Valley. The Beavers and Ducks will both be in Southern California this week for the Mary Nutter Classic.



The Bend Girls are the 5A State swimming champions. Redmond finished third.

Summit Boys finished third and Caldera was fourth, behind junior Campbell McKean who set OSAA meet records in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.

Girls and Boys Basketball - Ridgeview against  Bend, Summit vs Mountain View, and Caldera takes on Redmond,


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