Sports Archives for 2024-03

No. 2 Beavs Baseball Lose At USC...No. 21 Ducks Softball Loses At No. 14 UCLA

College Baseball:

Oregon handled Seattle much easier last night, taking down the Redhawks 10 to 2. Game 3 of the series is today. First Pitch from PK Park is at 5.

Number 2 Oregon State lost 2 to 1 last night as USC pushed the winning run across for a walkoff in the 9th. Game 2 of the series is today. First Pitch in Los Angeles is at 6:30

Softball:

Number 21 Oregon lost to number 14 UCLA. Game 2 is tonight at 7.

Oregon State lost 5 to 4 to Washington last night. Game 2 is at 6 tonight.

MLB: 

San Francisco lost 6 to 4 to San Diego yesterday. Michael Conforto scored 3 of those runs going 3 for 4 with a homer. Luke Jackson took the loss for the Giants when he gave up 3 runs that gave the Padres the lead in the 7th. They match up again tonight. 

The Seattle Mariners got one on in the 9th but couldn’t rally and lost 6 to 4 to Boston last night. Luis Castillo took the loss. They’re at it again at T-Mobile Park. First pitch is at 6:40

NBA:

The Trail Blazers will try to stop their 8 game losing streak in Miami tonight. Anfernee Simons is Out, Jerami Grant is Doubtful, Deandre Ayton and Matisse Thybulle are Questionable. Tip-off against the Heat is at 5

NCAA Basketball Tournament:

The number 3 seed Oregon State Women will take on second-seeded Notre Dame today  in Albany, New York in the Sweet Sixteen round. Tip off is at 11:30.

Soccer:
The Portland Timbers play Vancouver tomorrow night.

The Portland Thorns and the NWSL’s new Highest Paid Player Sofia Smith take on Racing Louisville tomorrow.

Local

The OSAA Softball Coaches Poll has Bend ranked 3rd in 5A, and Crook County 7th in 4A this week.

Area teams are playing in tournaments and non-league games today, tomorrow, and into Monday.

Blazers In Atlanta...Local Schools Ranked In OSAA Baseball Polls

NBA:

The Trail Blazers have dropped 7 in a row, and are still looking for their 20th win of the season. Once again we look at the Injury report to see who’s available. Anfernee Simons is out. Jerami Grant is Doubtful. Shaedon Sharpe is rehabbing with the G League affiliate Rip City Remix. Matisse Thybulle and Deandre Ayton are questionable. The Blazers are in Atlanta today. Tip off is at 4:30.

College Baseball:

Oregon plays Seattle University today in a non-conference matchup. The Ducks will wrap up an 11-game homestand when they finish the four-game series on Sunday. They’ve won their last two conference series in the process. First Pitch from PK Park is at 5.

Softball: Number 21 Oregon beat Cal State Fullerton with a huge rally in the 7th inning. The Ducks are at the Titans again today at 5

Oregon State is at Seattle today starting at 5:30

MLB: 

The Seattle Mariners will have pitcher Luis Castillo as the team's Opening Day starter against the Boston Red Sox tomorrow. The Ms hope their rotation of Castillo, George Kirby, Logan Gilbert, Bryce Miller and Bryan Woo can have them compete in a crowded AL West.

San Francisco has the Padres to start the Season. Logan Webb will take the mound for the revamped Giants Line-up including Left handed Pitcher Blake Snell.

Local

The Latest OSAA Coaches poll has Ridgeview at 4, Summit 5th, and Mountain View 6th in 5A, Crook County is 10th in 4A, In 3A, La Pine is ranked 5th. 

Spring Break Baseball: Bend, Ridgeview, Caldera, Summit and Mountain View are playing in out of state tournaments.

Blazers Lose In Houston...OSU's Bazanna Pac 12 Player Of The Week

NBA:

The Trail Blazers lost in Houston last night. They actually led at the half but surrendered the lead in the 3rd quarter and ended up getting blown out 110 to 92. With four usual starters all sitting with injuries, Portland went with an All Rookie starting five again.  But it was recent trade acquisition Delano Banton who led the team with 28 points.  The  Blazers have dropped 7 in a row. A bright spot is Shaedon Sharpe is rehabbing with the G League affiliate Rip City Remix, so the guard is on his way back to the line-up. Jerami Grant, Deandre Ayton, Anfernee Simons and Matisse Thybulle are all going to be day to day during this road trip though. They’re in Atlanta tomorrow.

NCAA Basketball Tournament:

The number 3 seed Oregon State Women will take on second-seeded Notre Dame on Friday in Albany, New York in the Sweet Sixteen round.

College Baseball:

Oregon State’s Travis Bazzana has been named the Pac-12's Player of the Week. The junior second baseman earned his third selection of the season after hitting six home runs with eight hits and 11 runs batted in last week.

The Beavers are again ranked 2nd in the D1 Baseball dot com poll,USA Today Coaches Poll and Writer’s Poll, they moved to number 3 in Baseball America. 

College Athletics:

The Associated Press reports Oregon State and Washington State will get $65-million from among the 10 schools leaving the Pac 12 conference after this season. 

Local

Softball: Caldera and Redmond are at the North Medford Spring Break tournament, Crook County plays Seaside, La Pine has a doubleheader with Sutherlin, Sisters hosts Dayton,

Spring Break Baseball: Bend and Redmond are at tourneys in Arizona, Summit and Mountain View are playing in California.

11 Ducks MBB Advance To Play 3 Creighton Tomorrow...3 OSU vs 14 E Washington Today

College Hoops:

The 11th seeded Oregon men upset number six South Carolina 87 to 73 yesterday led by Jermaine Couisnard’s 40 points.  The Ducks will take on number three seed Creighton tomorrow. Hear the game on KBND.

The Oregon State Women with All American Raegan Beers will host first round games for their regional. The Beavers earned a number three seed and will have number 14 Eastern Washington in Corvallis today starting at 5.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers play the Clippers again tonight at the Moda Center. Jerami Grant is listed as Doubtful, Matisse Thybulle is Questionable, and Anfernee Simons is Probable with knee tendinitis. Portland is trying to stop a four game losing streak. Tip

 

College Softball:

Number 22 Oregon hosts a series with Arizona State starting today at 5.

College Baseball:

Number 2 Oregon State starts a series with Washington tonight from Goss Stadium at Coleman Field. First Pitch is at 7:05.

Oregon plays Arizona. Game 1 of the series begins at 5

Soccer:
The Portland Timbers play Philadelphia tomorrow night.

The Portland Thorns play Gotham FC Sunday

Local:

Baseball: Caldera vs Mazama, Bend plays Lebanon, Culver plays Caldera JV, Crook County welcomes Astoria. It’s a double header for La Pine and Elmira.

Softball: Mountain View plays Silverton, Caldera has North Eugene, Bend takes on San Marcos California, Crook County plays Yamhill Carlton, La Pine and Elmira have a double header.

Blazers Can't Keep Up With Clippers...11 Ducks MBB vs 6 South Carolina Game Time Broadcast

NBA:

The Trail Blazers led after the first quarter but then were overtaken in the 2nd and couldn’t get back in it as the Clippers held off any Portland rally. 116 to 103 was the final. Scoot Henderson was high scorer with 18. The Blazers have lost 4 in a row. It was their 50th loss of the season with 19 wins. And it’s the Clippers again tomorrow night at the Moda Center.

College Hoops:

The Oregon men are seeded 11th in the Midwest Regional of the NCAA tournament. Many pundits say number six seed South Carolina will have their hands full with the red hot Ducks squad led by N’Faly Dante. The U of O is a point and a half underdog.The game tips off in Pittsburgh just after 1 this afternoon. Coverage starts at 12:30 here on KBND..   

NFL:

The Seahawks are reportedly having a look at former UCF quarterback John Rhys Plumlee, he wasn’t invited to the NFL Combine but will compete in a few weeks at the Big 12 Pro Day. Seattle has seven picks in next month’s draft. They just traded a draft pick for quarterback Sam Howell who started for The Commanders last season to back-up Geno Smith.

College Softball: Oregon moved up to number 22 in the latest USA Softball rankings. The Ducks will host a series with Arizona State starting tomorrow.

MLB: 

In news that’s not much of a surprise, the Seattle Mariners have named pitcher Luis Castillo as the team's Opening Day starter against the Boston Red Sox…which is now one week from tonight.

Local:

Baseball: Ridgeview has a doubleheader against Pendleton. Madras has a doubleheader with Klamath-Union.

Softball: Summit plays McKay, and Sisters, Redmond has Madras, Bend plays in Oceanside California.

Beavers Break Out The Bats...Blazers Host Clippers

College Baseball:

Number 2 Oregon State blew out Portland last night 14 to 4. Mason Guerra went 3 for 5 with a solo homer, a 2 run blast, and a 3-run dinger, that’s six RBI. Travis Bazanna had 2 homers, one of them was his 200th career hit. Now the Beavers have a series with Washington starting Friday.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers return to the Moda Center to face the Clippers. Tonight is the first of two meetings with LA as they will go at it again Friday. Portland has lost 3 in a row, while the Clippers are fighting for playoff positioning having lost 2 in a row. Jerami Grant is Doubtful and Matisse Thybulle is Questionable. Tip off is at 7.

NFL:

The Seahawks have reportedly signed Defensive Tackle Jonathon Hankins away from Dallas, and former Titan and Eagle Defensive Back K’Von Wallace. Seattle has been active with signings over the past few days, some might call the approach sifting through the free-agent bargain racks.

MLB: 

San Francisco is expected to welcome Pitcher Blake Snell at the Giants Spring Training facility in Scottsdale today. The Free Agent passed his physical, sealing the deal on his 2 year contract.

Local:

Baseball: Caldera plays North Eugene

Track and Field is the Mountain View Icebreaker and the La Pine vs Bend Dual.

 

TrailBlazers Can't Run With Bulls...OSU Baseball Climbs, Slides In Polls

NBA:

The Trail Blazers hung with Chicago all game but couldn’t pull out the win losing 110 to 107 last night. Portland was led by Anfernee Simons with 30 points. Another double double from Deandre Ayton with 25 points and 15 rebounds. Matisse Thybule tried to give it a go but left the game with his sore ankle. Scoot Henderson had 14 points, six rebounds and five assists in 30 minutes. The Blazers are back home tomorrow against the Clippers.

College Baseball:

After going 2 and 1 in their opening weekend of conference play, Oregon State remained ranked number four in the Baseball America Poll. They slid to number 2 in the Baseball Writers poll. They moved up a spot to number 2 in the Coaches poll and the D1 baseball dot com poll. The Beavers play Portland tonight. First pitch is at 5:30.

NFL:

The Seahawks  have shored up more needs on both sides of the ball through trades and free agency signings. Seattle introduced quarterback Sam Howell on Friday, and linebacker Jerome Baker signed a one year deal Saturday, coming over from Miami. 

Local:

Softball: Redmond battles Ida B Wells, Mountain View takes on Woodburn, Caldera plays Madras, Ridgeview has Crook County, Summit vs Sweet Home, La Pine is at Elmira

Baseball: Mountain View takes on Jesuit, Madras against Caldera, Crook County tangles with Ridgeview, Sisters vs Sweethome, LaPine is at Elmira

Girls Golf:  Ridgeview, Mountain View, Bend, Summit and La Pine play a tournament.

Boys Golf: The Cowboys are the host for the Crook County Open welcoming Mountain View and La Pine.

OSU WBB Hosts As 3 Seed...Ducks MBB Gets 11 seed

College Hoops:

The Oregon men were seeded 11th in the Midwest Regional of the NCAA tournament yesterday.  The Ducks played their way into the tournament earning the automatic bid as the surprise Pac 12 champion, following their upset of Arizona on Friday in the semi-final, and holding off Colorado in the Final on Saturday. The Pac 12 had three teams get to the Big Dance with Arizona and Washington State getting at large bids. Next the U of O travels to Pittsburgh to play number six seed South Carolina Thursday. We’ll have the game here on KBND.    

The Oregon State Women will host first round games for their regional. The Beavers earned a number three seed and will have number 14 Eastern Washington in Corvallis on Friday. The Pac 12 women have seven teams in the tournament in their final season as a conference.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers’ short road trip ends today in Chicago. Portland struggled to finish Saturday in New Orleans and let one slip away to the Pelicans. The team’s injury list has Jerami Grant Doubtful with a hamstring strain, and Matisse Thybulle is Questionable with his ankle. Neither one played Saturday. The Bulls are fighting for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference and should give the Blazers a good run. Tip off is at 5.

College Baseball:

Oregon got the series win over Cal with a 10 to 3 victory at PK Park yesterday. They go to 4 and 2 in conference with two series wins, and 13 and 6 overall. The midweek loss to Portland last week may hurt their ranking chances this week.

The number 3 Beavers began conference play against Utah in Salt Lake City. They won the first two games of the series but yesterday couldn’t complete the sweep despite Travis Bazanna’s 5 for 6 effort with two homers. The Utes came away with a 14 to 10 win. It was the second loss of the season for Oregon State who opened the conference at 2 and 1. The Beavers play Portland tomorrow night.

College Softball:

Number 24 Oregon took their series with Utah with a 5 to 1 win yesterday, going to  4 and 2 in the conference.

Oregon State won their series against Arizona State getting them to 3 and 3 in conference.

Local:

Baseball: Summit plays Thurston and Gresham plays Redmond, 

Softball: Bend plays Canby.

Boys and Girls Tennis: Summit and Sisters match up.

Ducks MBB In Pac 12 Semi-finals...Portland Lose To NYK

College Hoops:

Oregon came back from a deep first half deficit and then held off UCLA to advance to the Semifinals in the Pac 12 tournament yesterday. 68 to 66 was the final with N'Faly Dante putting in 22. 

The Ducks play top seeded Arizona today. Coverage starts at 4:30. Tip off at 5 here on KBND.    

NBA:

The Trail Blazers lost 105 to 93 to the Knicks last night. Deandre Ayton had 31 and 14 rebounds but it was a one man show for Portland. As many fans are starting to claim its tank mode for the lottery chances Anfernee Simons, and Jerami Grant both didn’t play. Scoot Henderson was limited to 26 minutes. The Blazers are back on the road. They’re in New Orleans tomorrow.

NFL:

The Seahawks have traded for quarterback Sam Howell, last season’s starter for the Washington Commanders. The Seahawks are giving up draft picks but will receive a couple of picks along with Howell. 

College Softball:

Number 25 Oregon is at Utah. First pitch at 3.

Oregon State is at Arizona State. Game 1 starts at 6 tonight.

College Baseball:

Oregon has Cal at PK Park for their conference home opener. First pitch is at 5.

The number 3 Beavers begin conference play against Utah in Salt Lake City. First pitch is at 5.

Soccer:
The Portland Timbers are on the road in Houston tomorrow afternoon. The Timbers have two wins and a draw in their first three matches of the MLS season.

The NWSL season starts this weekend. The Portland Thorns are at the KC Current tomorrow morning.

Local:

Baseball and Softball: Madras plays Sweethome, Sisters vs Santiam Christian, Caldera has Henley, Crook County Softball hosts La Salle Prep.

Blazers Big Comeback Win...OSU MBB Out Of Pac 12 Tourney

NFL:

Yesterday was the first day of the new league year with several more contract signings becoming official.

The Seahawks have signed former Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown along with three other new players. Seattle is also the redhot rumor to trade for Chicago quarterback Justin Fields.

San Francisco lost out on signing veteran linebacker Eric Kendricks to the Dallas Cowboys. Reports yesterday had Kendricks signing with the 49ers but Dallas came it at the last minute apparently. The 9ers are looking to shore up linebacker after Dre Greenlaw’s ACL injury during the Super Bowl.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers beat Atlanta 106 to 102 last night. It was a big comeback at the Moda Center with the home team getting down by 16 in the first half before storming back in the third quarter to take the lead. It was close the rest of the way with Portland hanging on for their 19th win on the season. It was another huge game for Deandre Ayton with 33 points and 19 rebounds. Anfernee Simons led the team with 36. Jerami Grant didn’t play and Scoot Henderson had limited minutes.

College Hoops:

Oregon State is out of the Pac 12 tournament after losing 67 to 57 to UCLA. The Beavers couldn’t come back after a slow start in the first half. OSU’s season ends at 13 and 19 overall. They went 5 and 15 in the conference.

The Ducks play UCLA today. Coverage starts at 2. Tip off at 2:30 here on KBND. 

Earlier this week Oregon’s N'Faly Dante was named to the All-Pac-12 First Team as well as the All-Defensive Team. Jermaine Couisnard made the Second Team and Jackson Shelstad is on the All-Freshman Team.

Local:

Baseball and Softball: Mountain View plays Churchill,  Culver at Madras, Summit baseball plays Corvallis, 

Softball: Redmond hosts Putnam. 

Local schools golf and tennis gets started today also.

Ducks Baseball, OSU Softball Drop Mid-week Contests

NFL:

The second day of Free Agency brings more big changes. The Seahawks will be looking for a backup quarterback to presumed starter Geno Smith. Drew Lock has reportedly signed with the New York Giants. Lock was the backup for two years after coming to the team in the Russell Wilson trade. There have already been several rumors Seattle will select a quarterback in next month’s draft. 

San Francisco signed another Defensive Tackle. Jordan Elliot spent his first three seasons in Cleveland and will now be a 49er according to reports. The team is not expected to keep D linemen Arik Armstead or Chase Young.

College Football: 

Oregon held its Pro Day yesterday. Quarterback Bo Nix, Center Jackson Powers-Johnson, Running Back Bucky Irving, and Wide Receiver Troy Franklin have all had their names mentioned as possible first round picks.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers have Atlanta tonight at the Moda Center. Jerami Grant is Questionable with a hamstring, and Rayan Rupert is Questionable with an ankle. Jabarri Walker is out with a hip injury. Scoot Henderson doesn’t have a designation, at least. It’s been that kind of season where that’s good news. The Hawks have been scuffling at 29 and 35. Tip off is at 7.

College Hoops:

Oregon State opens the Pac 12 tournament this afternoon against UCLA. The Beavers are the 12th seed taking on the five seed Bruins. Tip-off from Las Vegas is set for 2:30 

The Ducks play the winner tomorrow afternoon here on KBND. 

College Softball:

Oregon State lost 1 nothing in 11 innings to Portland State

College Baseball:

Oregon lost to Portland last night giving up 15 runs on 16 hits.

Local:

The OSAA Coaches polls for baseball and softball were released. In 5A baseball Summit is number three, Ridgeview is fifth and Mountain View is sixth. In 4A, Crook County is 7, La Pine is 9 in 3A.

In Softball 5A, Bend is ranked 2nd, Ridgeview is 8th. Crook County is 4A number 8,

 

Blazers Blown Out By Boston...OSU Baseball Bumps Up In Polls...

NBA:

The Trail Blazers lost to Boston last night 121 to 99. There is a reason the Celtics have the best record in the NBA, but Portland had some good stretches. Four scorers reached double figures, but the short handed bench couldn’t keep up. Deandre Ayton had 22 and 15 to lead the Blazers. Atlanta visits next.

College Hoops:

Oregon State opens the Pac 12 tournament tomorrow afternoon against UCLA. The Beavers are the 12th seed taking on the five seed Bruins. The Ducks play the winner of OSU and the Bruins on Thursday afternoon. The Ducks need to make a run here to build a case for inclusion in the NCAA tournament. 

The Oregon State women are ranked 12th in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll, up one spot after losing to Stanford in the tournament semi-final. College Basketball experts think the Beavers will be a three or four seed, and starting the opening round of the NCAA tourney in Corvallis.

College Baseball:

Oregon State moved up in the polls. They’re now 3rd from 6th in D1 baseball dot com, Perfect Game bumped them to 4th from 6th, they stayed 4th in Baseball America, and the coaches have them up two slots at number 3 in the country. The Baseball Writers did knock them back a peg, though, going from 5 to six. The Beavers begin conference play against Utah in Salt Lake City this weekend.

Oregon meanwhile is starting to creep up in the polls receiving votes in the writers’ and coaches’ but not quite cracking the Top 25.

NFL:

The Free Agency frenzy affected the Seahawks. They re-signed Defensive Lineman Leonard Williams and Tight End Noah Fant according to reports. Linebacker Jordyn Brooks is going to be signing with Miami, NFL sources say.

San Francisco has reportedly locked up a couple of edge rushers including Leonard Floyd coming off a career high 10 and a half sacks in Buffalo last season. The 49ers are expected to lose several players in free agency and may cut former Oregon Defensive Tackle Arik Armstead. 

Summit Boys BB Wins 5A...Beavers Baseball Sweeps...Pac 12 MBB Starts Wed

Local:

State Basketball tournaments finals from Saturday - 

The top-seeded Summit boys beat Wilsonville 52 to 50 on a buzzer beater to claim the 5A title. It was the first state basketball championship for the Storm boys. The Redmond Girls took 5th place.

In 4A, Madras boys beat Crook County in the 4th place game.

College Hoops:

Oregon State opens the Pac 12 tournament Wednesday afternoon against UCLA. The Beavers are the 12th seed finishing with a rough 5 and 15 record in this final season of the Pac 12 as we know it. Washington State is the number 2 seed, making a good run at the conference title in this last season. The Cougars get a bye into the second round. Oregon, finishing at 12 and 8 received the 4th seed, and a bye. The Ducks play the winner of OSU and the Bruins on Thursday afternoon.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers welcome Boston tonight coming off the big Overtime win against Toronto Saturday. Portland was led by Deandre Ayton’s season high 30 points, to go with 19 rebounds. It was Ayton’s first game back since suffering a hand injury. Scoot Henderson also returned to the line-up. The Blazers only played him 26 minutes, but he picked up 13 points and five assists. Now the NBA’s top team is at the Moda Center tonight. Tipoff against the Celtics is at 7:30

College Baseball:

Number six Oregon State beat Cal State Northridge yesterday to complete the series sweep and run their season record to 15 and 1. OSU begins the Pac 12 season this week..

Oregon got the win yesterday to begin the Pac 12 season with a series win at Arizona State.

College Softball:

Oregon took their series against number 17 Cal to start the Pac 12 season.

Oregon State lost yesterday to drop their series with number 21 Arizona.

Soccer:

The Portland Timbers came back to beat NYCFC 2-1 Saturday in early season MLS Action.

OSU WBB In Semis...OSU MBB Upsets Utes...Ducks MBB Loses...State HS Bball

College Hoops:

At the Pac 12 Women’s tournament 4th seeded Oregon State beat Colorado in Double Overtime 85 to 79. The Beavers trailed by 12 in the 4th quarter and got down by 5 in the first overtime before rallying to advance to the Semifinal. They play Stanford at 5 today.

It’s the men’s regular season finale weekend. Oregon lost to Colorado 79 to 75. The loss dropped the Ducks into 4th place in the conference behind the Buffaloes…They play Utah tomorrow. Coverage starts at 3:30, tip-off at 4 on KBND.

Oregon State beat the Utes last night in a nice upset for the Beavs.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers have Houston at the Moda Center tonight. Injured list has Deandre Ayton and Scoot Henderson Doubtful. Toumani Camara, Jerami Grant and Jabari Walker are Questionable. Tip off against the Rockets is at 7.

College Baseball:

Number six Oregon State beat Cal State Northridge 9 to 2 last night. Game 2 of the 4 game series is today at 4.

Oregon begins the Pac 12 season with a series at Arizona State. First Pitch is at 5:35.

College Softball:

Oregon welcomes number 17 Cal to start the Pac 12 season in Eugene. First Pitch is at 6.

Oregon State has Arizona starting at 1 today.

Local:

State Basketball tournaments this week - 

5A is at Linfield University in McMinnville. 

The 8 seed Mountain View Girls lost 53-40 to number 1 Silverton. Redmond, the 5th seed, beat number 4 Wilsonville 45 to 39. Now Redmond takes on Silverton in the Semi-final today at 6:30

The top-seeded Summit boys play Woodburn at 1:30 this afternoon in the Semi-finals.

In 4A at Forest Grove…the Madras girls lost to Henley, Madras boys lost to number 1 Cascade, and Crook County Cowboys lost to Marist Catholic.

For scores, records, game times, brackets, and audio-video broadcasts, visit osaa.org

Blazers Fall To Thunder...Ducks Out of Pac 12 WBB Tourney, OSU Vs Col today

NBA:

The Trail Blazers fought hard against the Thunder last night but the Western Conference’s second place team pulled out the 128 to 120 win. Portland closed to within four of Oklahoma City late but couldn’t quite pull off the comeback. Anfernee Simons got hot in the second half finishing with 29 points, Jerami Grant played his first game since Friday and scored 20. Duop Reath continued to show why the Blazers could trade Deandre Ayton in the offseason with a respectable 16 points, and five rebounds in 31 minutes. The Blazers have Houston at the Moda Center tomorrow night.

College Baseball:

Oregon smashed out 21 hits, four of them homers and beat Grand Canyon 13 to 5 yesterday. The Ducks stay in the Phoenix area to open the Pac 12 season with a series at Arizona State tomorrow.

College Hoops:

At the Pac 12 Women’s tournament Number 12 Oregon got rolled by number 5 Colorado. Today 4th seeded Oregon State plays the Buffs starting at noon. 

It’s the men’s regular season finale weekend. Oregon has Colorado at Matthew Knight Arena…Coverage starts at 5:30, tip-off at 6 tonight on KBND.

Oregon State tips off at 8 in Corvallis against Utah.

Local:

State Basketball tournaments this week - 

5A is at Linfield University in McMinnville. 

Boys from yesterday…Top-seeded Summit beat number 9 Mountain View 50 to 48 to face Woodburn tomorrow afternoon. 7th seeded Redmond lost 56 to 51 to number 2 Wilsonville. 

The 8 seed Mountain View Girls play number 1 Silverton at 1:30 today. Redmond is the 5th seed playing number 4 Wilsonville at 3:15 

In 4A at Forest Grove…number 7 Madras girls play number 2 Henley at 8:15, Madras boys are the 8 seed playing number 1 Cascade at 1:30, and the Cinderella Crook County Cowboys- seeded 14th, play number 6 Marist Catholic in the nightcap at 8:15.

For scores, records, game times, brackets, and audio-video broadcasts, visit osaa.org

Ducks Baseball Beats GCU...Ducks WBB Open Pac 12 Tourney...Boys 5A State Basketball

NFL: 

Seattle has released All Pro Safeties Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs, along with Tight End Will Dissly. The moves come as the Seahawks are shaping up their roster under new coach Mike Macdonald. The new league year starts next Tuesday, and more personnel decisions could happen.

College Baseball:

Oregon outlasted Grand Canyon last night, scoring 9 runs on 14 hits while allowing four runs on six hits.. They stay in Phoenix for another one against the Antelopes this afternoon.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers return to the Moda Center to take on the Thunder. Portland is 17 and 43 after going two and one on the recent road trip. They’ll still be short-handed tonight. Jerami Grant, Toumani Camara, and Matisse Thybulle are questionable. Deandre Ayton is doubtful. Scoot Henderson, Shaedon Sharpe, and Malcolm Brogdon are still recovering from injuries and won’t play. Oklahoma City is one of the top teams in the Western Conference. Tip off tonight is at 7.

College Hoops:

The Pac 12 Women’s tournament starts today. Number 12 Oregon and number 5 Colorado get things started today at noon in Las Vegas. There has been speculation this could be head coach Dana Altman’s last tournament run with the U of O.

The 4th seeded Beavers play tomorrow against the winner of the Ducks and Buffs. 

Yesterday Pac 12 honors went to Oregon State's Timea Gardiner for the 6th Player of the Year. Gardiner, Raegan Beers, and Talia von Oelhoffen all made the All-Pac-12 team. For Oregon, Phillipina Kyei and Grace VanSlooten were both named honorable mention.

Local:

State Basketball tournaments this week - 

5A boys get underway today. 

Top-seeded Summit takes on number 9 Mountain View and 7 seed Redmond plays number 2 Wilsonville at Linfield University in McMinnville. For scores, records, game times, brackets, and audio-video broadcasts, visit osaa.org

 

Beavers Baseball Gets Series Sweep, OSU Women WBB Gets Tourney Bye

College Baseball:

6th ranked Oregon State swept the 4 games with North Dakota State wrapping up their series yesterday. The Beavers are now 11 and 1 on the season. Their dominant wins should keep them in the top 10 of the various rankings.

Oregon avoided getting swept by UC Santa Barbara with a win yesterday. The Ducks are 7 and 3 on the early season. They have a midweek series against Grand Canyon University starting tomorrow.

College Hoops:

The number 11 Oregon State Women have a first round bye in the Pac 12 tournament. The 4th seeded Beavers play on Thursday against the winner of number 12 Oregon and number 5 Colorado. The Ducks and Buffs get the tourney started Wednesday.

The Oregon Men were routed by number 6 Arizona Saturday. The Ducks are in 3rd place in the Pac 12 headed into the last week of regular season play. The loss hurts the Ducks at-large NCAA tournament chances. Washington State is battling it out with the Wildcats for the top seed in the conference.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers won the back to back games in Memphis over the weekend, snapping their 9 game losing streak and starting a two game win streak. Portland’s role players stepped up big with so many injuries. The road trip ends in Minnesota tonight. Jerami Grant is listed as Doubtful with a quad injury he suffered in the Overtime win over the Grizzlies Saturday. Deandre Ayton and Matisse Thybulle are questionable. Tip-off against the Western Conference leading Timberwolves is at 5.

NFL:

Oregon quarterback Bo Nix was impressive in his performance in Indianapolis at the NFL Scouting combine. The rest of the UO players who participated fared well. Offensive Lineman Jackson Powers-Johnson could be the highest Duck drafted.

Oregon State wide receiver Anthony Gould had a good showing. O Lineman Taliesa Fuaga is a first round pick in several mock drafts.

Soccer: 

The Portland Timbers allowed a late goal  to D.C. United, and finished in a 2-2 Draw Saturday.

Local:

State Basketball tournaments this week - . 

The top-ranked Summit boys and the boys and girls teams from Mt. View and Redmond tipoff the 5A tourney Wednesday at Linfield University in McMinnville. Thursday the boys and girls from Madras and the Crook County boys teams are in Forest Grove for the 4A Tournament.

OSU WBB Falls To Stanford...OSU Baseball, UO Softball Blowouts

College Baseball:

6th ranked Oregon State season opener at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field got off to a great start. The Beavers pounded North Dakota State 19 to 7. Game 2 of the four game series is today. The first pitch is at 4:05 p.m

Oregon opens a series against UC Santa Barbara today at PK Park.

College Softball:

Number 25 Oregon shutout Mount St. Mary's 17 to 0 yesterday in the inaugural Jane Sanders Classic. The second game of the doubleheader was postponed due to weather though.

Oregon State is at Judi Garman Classic this weekend, hosted by Cal State Fullerton today

College Hoops:

The number 11 Oregon State Women fell 67 to 63 to number 4 Stanford last night. They play Cal tomorrow.

Cal beat the Oregon Women 62 to 59 last night. The Ducks play Stanford tomorrow.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers are mired in a 9 game losing streak and went 0 for February. A lot of players are out with injury. Scoot Henderson will not make the upcoming three-game road trip sitting out with an abdominal injury. He’s missed the last three games. Deandre Ayton is doubtful with a hand sprain. The Blazers are in Memphis tonight. Tip-off against the Grizzlies is at 5.

NFL:

Oregon quarterback Bo Nix and Washington QB Michael Penix Jr are scheduled to throw tomorrow at the Combine.

Soccer: The Portland Timbers welcome D.C. United to Providence Park tomorrow night at 7:30

Local:

State Basketball tournaments this week - Class 1A Tourney in Baker, the number 4 seed Trinity Lutheran boys are in the semi-final game against Crane this afternoon. 

The number 8 Madras boys host 9 seeded North Marion and number 14 Crook County travels to Seaside in the 4A-playoff opening round. 

5A opening round - Summit hosts Canby, Mountain View plays Crater, Caldera vs Woodburn, Redmond against La Salle Prep tomorrow

5A Girls tomorrow - Mountain View hosts Crescent Valley, Redmond takes on Putnam, Summit vs Wilsonville, Caldera against Crater.

The number 7 Madras girls greet  number 10 Seaside while 13 Crook County girls travel to Cascade. 

For scores, records, game times, brackets, and audio-video broadcasts, visit osaa.org

 

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