Sports Archives for 2024-04

OSU's May Pitcher Of The Week...Beavs Up in Baseball Polls...Last Ducks v Beavs Baseball

MLB: 

It was a true pitchers duel last night in Seattle. The Mariners came back to beat Atlanta 2 to1 thanks to DH Mitch Garvers 2 run walk-off homer in the bottom of the 9th. Ms Starter Bryce Miller took a no-hitter into the 7th and got a no-decision. Atlanta’s pitchers took a combined perfect game into the 8th inning. Game 2 is tonight starting at 6:40

The Giants are on the road to start a series with Boston this afternoon. Logan Webb is on the mound for San Francisco. He’s off to a 3 and 1 start with a 2.33 ERA. First pitch against the Red Sox is at 4:10

College Baseball: 

Oregon State is up in the rankings this week. D1 baseball dot com has them at 6, and they’re 7th in Perfect Game, The Writers and Coaches polls. Baseball America has them slotted 11th. OSU’s Aiden May is the Pac 12 pitcher of the week…honored for his gem of an outing on Friday where he went 8 innings, allowed no runs, gave up 1 hit and 1 walk, and struck out 14 in the Beavers 2 - 0 win against Oregon in the series opener. He’s also the Baseball America and D1 Baseball dot com pitcher of the week.

Oregon is number 21 in Baseball America

The Ducks and Beavers have a non-conference match-up tonight at PK Park. It is the last scheduled game between the two schools. First pitch is at 6:05.

Now that the dust has settled on the NFL Draft, grades have been handed out for each team’s selections. The Seahawks average out to a B grade, with most experts believing their first two choices of defensive and offensive linemen will be immediate starters.

The 49ers also earned a B grade although with depth at many positions the new rookies’ impact likely won’t be immediately felt.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Sisters plays Siuslaw, La Pine takes on Creswell, Bend against Summit, Mountain View vs Ridgeview, Caldera and Redmond.

Record Number Of Ducks Drafted

NFL Draft recap:

Oregon set a program record with 8 players having their names called. Jackson-Powers Johnson is going to the Raiders. Wide Receiver Troy Franklin will join QB Bo Nix in Denver. The Vikings took Defensive Back Khyree Jackson, Chicago took DB Evan Williams, Defensive End Brandon Dorlus is going to the Falcons. Tampa Bay chose running back Bucky Irving. And linebacker Jamal Hill will go to Houston.

Oregon State wide receiver and return specialist Anthony Gould was selected in the fifth round by the Indianapolis Colts and defensive back Kitan Oladapo went in the fifth round to the Green Bay Packers.

The Seattle Seahawks

San Francisco 

College Football: 

Oregon held their Spring Game Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Senior transfer Dillon Gabriel led the Green squad to its victory, completing 14-of-21 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns

College Baseball: 

Number 9 Oregon State won their series with Number 22 Oregon but the Ducks were able to avoid the sweep with a win yesterday. The Ducks and Beavers have a non-conference match-up tomorrow.

Softball:

Oregon State lost yesterday but won their series with Utah.

Number 23 Oregon beat Northern Colorado yesterday.

MLB: 

The Mariners lost to Arizona yesterday to miss out on the sweep. They’re two games above .500 with a big showdown with Atlanta starting tonight at 6:40

The Giants beat Pittsburgh yesterday to get the series win. It’s on the road to Boston tomorrow afternoon.

Soccer:

The Portland Thorns beat Chicago 

The Portland Timbers lost to  LAFC

Nix, Fuaga Picked Early...Hear Ducks Spring Game

NFL Draft 1st Round last night:

Bo Nix will be a Bronco. Denver selected the former Oregon Quarterback with the 12th pick. Nix, who set several passing records as a Duck, came as a bit of a surprise getting taken that high, but there were reports several weeks ago that the Broncos liked him at that spot.

Just two spots later…at 14, New Orleans picked Taliesa Fuaga…The 2023 First-Team All-American Tackle is the first Beaver offensive lineman to be selected in the first round of the draft. 

The Seattle Seahawks selected Defensive Tackle Byron Murphy out of Texas with the 16th pick.

San Francisco picked Ricky Pearsall a Wide Receiver from Florida at number 31. 

College Football: 

Oregon holds their Spring Game tomorrow at Autzen Stadium. We’ll have the game here on KBND. Coverage starts 1. 

MLB: 

The Mariners beat Texas 4 to 3 yesterday to take the series and the division lead back to Seattle. Luis Gonzalez picked up his second win of the year. The Ms take on Arizona starting tonight at 6:40.

The Giants are 12 and 14 and trailing the Dodgers, Padres, and Diamondback in the NL West. The Pittsburgh Pirates are visiting San Francisco for a weekend series starting tonight at 7:15.

College Baseball: 

Number 9 Oregon State takes on Number 22 Oregon for a huge conference series starting tonight in Corvallis. First pitch is at 6:05. College 

Softball:

Oregon State plays their final home series this weekend. First pitch against Utah tonight is at 7.

Number 23 Oregon plays Northern Colorado Sunday

Soccer:

The Portland Thorns play Chicago tomorrow at 4:30

The Portland Timbers have LAFC tomorrow night at 7:30

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Mountain View vs Caldera, Ridgeview battles Bend, Crook County matches up with Molalla, La Pine plays Pleasant Hill, Sisters has Elmira.

Beavers, Ducks Expected To Get Drafted Tonight.

MLB: 

The Giants fell to the Mets yesterday, losing 8 to 2.  San Francisco wins the series but sits at 12 and 14 in the NL West 2 and a half games out of first. The Pittsburgh Pirates are up next. That series starts tomorrow.

The Mariners lost 5 to 1 to Texas yesterday. That means Seattle falls a half game behind the Rangers for the AL West lead.  If there’s an important game in late April, this is it. The Rubber match is coming up this morning. First pitch is at 11:35.

NFL:

The Seattle Seahawks could be taking an offensive lineman with their first pick in tonight’s Draft. The Seahawks have the 16th overall pick.

San Francisco picks 31st if they don’t trade the pick. They are expected to select a wide receiver or maybe two with one of their 5 early round picks.

Oregon State Offensive Lineman Taliesa Fuaga is expected to be one of the first tackles taken. He’s among three Beavers who could get selected through the course of the draft.

Oregon Center Jackson Powers-Johnson and Wide Receiver Troy Franklin could also have their names called tonight. Six Ducks could be selected in one of the seven rounds which go through Saturday. The first pick will be chosen just after 5 pm.

College Football: 

Oregon holds their final April practice this week. The Spring Game is Saturday at Autzen Stadium. We’ll have the game here on KBND.

College Baseball: 

Oregon relievers Logan Mercado and Bradley Mullan and Oregon State’s Bridger Holmes have been named to the midseason watch list for the National College Baseball Writers Stopper of the Year. 

Number 9 Oregon State takes on Number 22 Oregon for a huge conference series starting tomorrow. 

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Summit plays Redmond, Madras takes on Gladstone.

Ducks Baseball Beats Dons...Beavs, Ducks Drop In Polls

College Baseball:

Oregon beat the University of San Francisco 7 to 2 yesterday. The Ducks dropped to number 22 in the D1 baseball dot com rankings, 18 in Baseball America, and the Baseball Writers, and number 24 in the Coaches Poll.

Oregon State dropped in the rankings after getting swept by Cal this weekend. They're 9th in D1 baseball, number 10 in the Coaches Poll, 11th in the Baseball Writers, 13 in Baseball America. OSU ends their long road trip tonight when they visit the University of Portland. The Beavers will also try to stop their four-game losing streak. First pitch against the Pilots is at 5:30.

MLB: 

The Giants beat the Mets 5 to 2 last night with New York threatening until the final out. Michael Conforto homered. Keaton Winn won again going 6 innings allowing a run. Game 2 of the series is tonight starting at 6:45.

The Mariners take on Texas today, coming into Arlington with an 11 and 11 record after winning 7 of their last 10. They sit a half game behind the Rangers at the top of the AL West.  Logan Gilbert gets the start for Seattle. First pitch against the Rangers is at 5:05

NFL:

The Seattle Seahawks could be leaning towards taking an offensive lineman with their first pick in Thursday’s NFL Draft. The Seahawks have the 16th overall pick.

San Francisco has the second to last picks in both of the first two rounds. They are expected to select a wide receiver in one of those spots. The 49ers have 5 picks in the first four rounds.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Redmond against Summit, Mountain View vs Caldera, Ridgeview battles Bend, Sisters plays Elmira, La Pine takes on Pleasant Hill

Boys Golf has the Pronghorn Invitational with Bend, La Pine, Mountain View, Summit and Thurston.

Girls Golf the Quail Run Invitational has Bend, La Pine, Madras and Mountain View.

Baseball: Beavs, Ducks Lose Series.

College Baseball:

Number 18 Oregon gave away a four-run lead and lost 10 to 7 to Stanford yesterday and dropped the three game series after scoring 17 runs in Saturday's win. The Ducks stay in the Bay area taking on the University of San Francisco today. First pitch against the Dons is at 12:05.

Number 5 Oregon State was swept by Cal over the weekend. All three games were one-run losses. The loss to Nevada on Wednesday was also by a run. The Beavers will try to stop the four-game losing streak in Hillsboro tomorrow against Portland.

College Softball:

Number 20 Oregon beat OSU in an emotional senior day for the Ducks. It clinched the series win and marked the end of the conference rivalry series with the Beavers.

MLB: 

The Mariners beat Colorado 10 to 2 yesterday in the finale of the double header forced by Friday’s snow-postponed game. Emerson Hancock picked up the win going six innings and allowing an earned run. In game 1 the Ms fell 2 to 1 in 10 innings. The game was scoreless through 9. Seattle takes the series from the Rockies, as they travel South to take on Texas tomorrow.

The Giants lost to Arizona  5 to 3 yesterday. Two of the five runs were unearned by the Diamondbacks. San Francisco ends up splitting the four game series and welcomes the Met tonight starting at 6:45.

Soccer:

The Portland Thorns beat Houston for the first win of their season. The 4 to 1 Final stops the four match slide.

The Portland Timbers led twice but ended up with a 2 - 2 draw with Columbus. It marked their 4th tie of the season against 2 wins and 3 losses. That puts the Timbers in 11th in the Western Conference.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Redmond against Summit, Crook County plays the Dalles, Madras has Estacada.

OSU, UO Baseball and Softball Matchups

SPORTS 4-19-24

MLB: 

The Giants shutout Arizona 5 to 0 yesterday. Logan Webb hurled a gem going seven innings, allowing two hits. They’re back at it tonight in San Francisco starting at 7:15. 

The Mariners are in Denver for a weekend series with the Rockies starting today.  Seattle comes in at 9 and 10. While Colorado has struggled to a 4 and 15 start. First pitch is at 5:40.

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State is at Cal trying to shake off Wednesday’s upset loss in Reno. The 3 game series against the Golden Bears begins today at 6:05.

Number 18 Oregon is at Stanford this weekend. Game 1 of the series is tonight. First pitch at 6:05.

College Softball:

Oregon is ranked 20th in the USA Softball poll and Number 22 in the coaches’ poll. The Ducks host the Beavers for this weekend’s series. First pitch at 5 today.

College Football: 

The 2024 Oregon State football team, led by new head coach Trent Bray, will give an early look for fans tomorrow at the annual Spring Showcase, starting at noon at Reser Stadium. The game will air on the Pac 12 Network

Oregon will have a scrimmage tomorrow. The Sping Game is next Saturday.

Soccer:

The Portland Timbers play Columbus tomorrow at 4.

The Portland Thorns play Houston at 7.

 

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Mountain View vs Summit, Ridgeview takes on Caldera and Bend plays Redmond, La Pine plays Sisters, 

IMC Boys Tennis also today.

 

Beavers Lose Late In Reno

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State lost in dramatic fashion to Nevada last night. The Wolfpack rallied with 4 runs in the 8th inning to tie the game, and then a walk-off homer in the bottom 9th ended the game. The 11 to 10 loss was the 6th for the Beavers this season. They’ve got 30 wins. Still if you want to find some flaws on the team it’s the bullpen giving up bunches of runs. OSU goes to Cal for a series starting Friday.

College Football: 

Oregon State football has announced future home-and-home dates with Houston and Kansas State, coming over the 2025 to 2031 seasons.

Oregon got a commitment for the class of 2025 from a four-star wide receiver.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: 

Crook County plays Madras

Boys Golf has Mountain View and La Pine playing at Awbrey Glen. 

Girls Golf has the Widgi Creek Invite with Bend, La Pine, Madras, Mountain View, and Summit.

Beavers, Ducks Baseball Wins

MLB: 

The Mariners beat the Reds 3 to 1 last night. Logan Gilbert got the win. The series finishes today as the Ms go for the sweep. First pitch is at 1:10.

The Giants lost to Miami yesterday. The series finishes today with the rubber match. First pitch against the Marlins is coming up this morning at 9:10.

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State took care of  Nevada 12-5 last night. The Beavers go at it with the Wolfpack again tonight starting at 6:05

Number 18 Oregon cranked out six home runs and beat Gonzaga 14 to 9 yesterday. The Ducks are at Stanford this weekend.

College Softball:

Oregon is ranked 20th in the USA Softball poll and Number 22 in the coaches’ poll. The Ducks host the Beavers for this weekend’s series.

College Football:

Running Back Damien Martinez has officially entered the transfer portal. The sophomore leaves Oregon State after rushing for over 2100 yards and 16 touchdowns. There are 14 days in this spring transfer period for players to switch schools or decide to not leave.  

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Mountain View vs Summit, Bend against Redmond, Ridgeview takes on Caldera, Madras plays Crook County, 

Track and Field: Mountain View is at Redmond, Summit is at Bend, La Pine girls are at North Lake, Crook County, La Pine and Madras are also in action.

 

Beavers, Ducks Baseball Stead In Polls

MLB: 

The Giants beat Miami 4 to 3 yesterday with a 7th inning rally. Kyle Harrison gave up the three runs in six innings for the win. Game two of the series is today . First pitch against the Marlins is at 3:40

The Mariners beat the Reds 9 to 3 yesterday. George Kirby picked up the win for Seattle. Game 2 of the series is tonight. First pitch is at 6:40.

College Baseball:

Oregon State stays at Number 4 in the Perfect Game, and Coaches Poll rankings. They’re number five in D1 Baseball dot com, and the Writers poll and ranked number 8 in Baseball America. The Beavers are on the road for a five game trip starting tonight in Reno to play Nevada at 6:05.

Oregon is getting poll attention also. They’re 14th in the Writers Poll, 16th in Baseball America and D1 Baseball dot com, 18 in the Coaches Poll, and 23rd in the Perfect Game rankings. The Ducks have Gonzaga at PK Park today. First Pitch is at 12:05. 

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Sisters plays La Pine, Summit vs Mountain View, Bend takes on Redmond, Ridgeview and Caldera tangle.

 

Blazers Lose In Finale

NBA:

The Trail Blazers lost to the Kings yesterday in the season finale. Portland sat most of their usual starters resulting in the lop-sided 121 to 82 loss. Delano Banton led the team with 17 points. Duop Reath scored 14 points in 24 minutes. He’ll definitely be a bright spot for the Blazers to look back on during this rebuilding year that saw a lot of 1st and 2nd year players get the majority of the minutes on a team that suffered more injuries than most. The Trail Blazers finish tied with the 3rd worst record. There will be a draw between them and Charlotte for who has better odds in getting into the NBA draft lottery. Portland will have many player and coaching personnel decisions this offseason.

MLB: 

The Mariners lost yesterday’s rubber match with the Cubs going down 3 to 2. Luis Castillo took the loss. He’s now 0 and 4 to start. Seattle has a visit from the Reds to start a three game series tonight. First pitch is at 6:40.

The Giants’ Blake Snell was roughed up by his former team giving up 7 runs in four innings and San Francisco lost 9 to 4 to the Rays. They’ll stay in Florida heading to Miami for a three game series. First pitch against the Marlins is at 3:40

College Baseball:

18th ranked Oregon got the series with wins Friday and Saturday but USC kept the brooms away yesterday scoring 4 runs after the Ducks took an early 2 - nothing lead. 

Number 4 Oregon State won their series against Stanford but couldn’t get the sweep either, losing 11 to 10 yesterday.

College Softball:

Number 22 Oregon lost yesterday to number 21 Arizona in extra innings, and dropped the series with the Wildcats.

Oregon State beat number 8 Stanford yesterday to avoid the sweep.

Soccer:

The Portland Timbers played LAFC to a 2-2 Draw.

The Portland Thorns lost  2 - nil to North Carolina. 

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Crook County vs Estacadea, Madras matches up with Molalla

Boys Golf: The Bend Invite has Bend, La Pine, Mountain View, and Summit

 

Blazers Come Up Short Against Warriors...Downtown Crit Is Back

NBA:

The Trail Blazers played hard against Golden State last night, but came up short 100 to 92. Deandre Atyton had 25 points and 15 rebounds. Scoot Hendersong had 18 points and 12 assists. The rookie has had a string of double doubles as he plays more minutes late in the season. Game 81 of 82 is tonight against Houston. Tip off for the final game at the Moda Center this season is at 7.

MLB: 

The Giants are on the road at Tampa for a weekend series starting today. San Francisco has started 5 and 8 as they’re still trying to get their makeshift pitching staff in order. 2nd year pitcher Keaton Winn is on the mound today. First pitch against the Rays is at 3:50 this afternoon. 

The Mariners at 5 and 8 on the season return to T-Mobile park to face the Cubs who have started 7 and 5. Bryce Miller will go for the Ms. First pitch in Seattle is at 6:40

College Baseball:

18th ranked Oregon has a series at PK Park with USC. Game 1 starts at 5:05 today.

Number 4 Oregon State takes on Stanford at 6 in Game 1 of their series in Corvallis

College Softball:

Number 20 Oregon at Arizona beginning today at 5

Oregon State welcomes Stanford for a series. First Pitch is at 4

Local: 

The Horner Cycling Foundation is bringing back the Cascade Cycling Classic Criterium to downtown Bend on August 10th. The Downtown Crit was a long time favorite amongst locals but has not happened since 2017. The Cascade Cycling Classic was a five- day stage race. The one-day criterium will have 12 different racing categories.

Softball and Baseball: Mountain View plays Redmond, Caldera against Bend, Ridgeview vs Summit, Crook County battles Estacada, and La Pine plays Harrisburg.

 

Ducks Baseball Beats Sac State...Ducks Softball Beats Grand Canyon

MLB: 

The Mariners unleashed five runs on Toronto in the 10th inning yesterday to win 6 to 1 and avoid the sweep. Starter Logan Gilbert went 7 and 2 thirds giving up 1 run on a no-decision. Cal Raleigh led off the scoring burst in the extra frame with a solo home run. Six is the most runs the Ms have scored all season. It’s back to Seattle to start a series with the Cubs tomorrow.

San Francisco salvaged the series against the Nationals with a 7 to 1 win yesterday. The Giants got big hits from the bottom of the order. Pitcher Jordan Hicks got the win going six innings, scattering 4 hits and an earned run. It's on the road at Tampa tomorrow.

College Baseball:

18th ranked Oregon returned the 7-run blowout last night to Sacramento State winning 11 to 4. The Ducks scored 4 in the first and 3 in the 2nd inning. A weekend series with USC starts tomorrow.

During Oregon State’s win over Portland Travis Bazanna set the record for career home runs at 35. He has 18 homers this season. The season record is 21.

College Softball:

Number 20 Oregon took down Grand Canyon University 9 to 4 yesterday, as the Ducks held off a late inning rally. It’s a big weekend series at Arizona beginning tomorrow.

NBA:

The Trail Blazers host Golden State tonight. With three games left in the season Portland has no incentive to win but plenty to lose as they battle for the 3rd worst record, and third best odds for a higher lottery pick. Seven players are on the injury report that won’t play, including Jerami Grant, who may have already played his last game as a Blazer. Tip off against the Warriors is tonight at 7.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Madras plays Molalla, Sisters vs Creswell

Boys and Girls Intermountain Conference Tennis today.

Beavs Baseball Wins, Ducks Baseball Loses...Blazers Go Down To Pels

NBA:

The Trail Blazers lost to New Orleans last night. They hung with the Pelicans for a half but were overwhelmed in the third quarter before falling 110 to 100. Scoot Henderson has been finishing the season strong. He had 15 assists to go with 19 points. Deandre Ayton led the team with 30 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. Portland announced before the game that guard Shaedon Sharpe won’t play the last four games of the season. Portland hosts Golden State tomorrow. 

MLB: 

San Francisco had the potential game tying run on 2nd in the 9th inning but couldn’ score and lost 5 to 3 to the Nationals last night. The Giants will try to salvage the series today starting at 12:45.

The Mariners fell in Toronto 5 to 3 yesterday. The late rally came up short. George Kirby took his second loss of the season. Game 3 against the Blue Jays starts today at 12. Seattle is trying to avoid the sweep.

College Football: 

Running Back Damien Martinez is transferring, leaving Oregon State, according to various reports. Martinez rushed for 1185 yards and scored 9 touchdowns for the Beavers last season. It’s a blow to OSU as the star junior-to-be had said last fall he would remain in Corvallis playing for new coach Trent Bray. Martinez will likely get snapped up quickly by a top school when the transfer portal opens next week.

College Baseball:

5th ranked Oregon State held off Portland last night 11 to 8.

18th ranked Oregon was blown out by Sacramento State 15 to 8 last night. They go at it again today at 5.

College Softball:

Oregon plays at Grand Canyon University today at 6. 

Local: 

Softball and Baseball: Mountain View has Redmond, Bend and Caldera tangle, Summit vs Ridgeveiw, Madras duels The Dalles, Crook County takes on Gladstone.

Beavers, Ducks Baseball Ranked

MLB: 

The Mariners managed a couple of runs late to keep from getting shut out but lost 5 to 2 in Toronto to open a three game series. JP Crawford and Cal Raleight both had solo homers. Luis Castillo takes his 3rd loss in as many starts. He’s given up four runs each time. Game 2 against the Blue Jays starts today at 4.

San Francisco lost to the Nationals last night 8 to 1. It was the debut for new addition Blake Snell. The Cy Young winner gave up 3 runs in three innings when he reached his pitch count and took the loss. The Giants will try to bounce back tonight. First pitch is 6:45.

College Baseball:

Oregon State stays ranked 4th in Perfect Game, 5th in D1 Baseball dot com, the Writers and the Coaches poll, and 8th in the Baseball America poll. The Beavers are 1st in the conference at 8 and 3. Today they have Portland at Goss Stadium starting at 5:35.

Oregon is 3rd in the Pac 12 playing Sacramento State at 5 today. The Ducks are now ranked in the polls. 17th in Baseball America, 18 in D1 baseball, 19th in the Writers, and 22nd in the Coaches, 

NBA:

The Trail Blazers face New Orleans tonight. They’re back after the long east coast road trip. Portland will have that same long injury report. The Pelicans 

NFL:

The Seattle Seahawks had former Oregon quarterback Bo Nix in for a visit over the weekend according to a report.The Seahawks hold the 16th pick in the first round of NFL Draft, but don’t select again until the third round so its likely a deal would have to be made to move up to select Nix who many observes think is a likely 2nd round selection.

Local: 

Softball and Baseball:  Redmond against Mountain View, Bend plays Caldera, Ridgeview and Summit tangle. Sisters battles Creswell, La Pine vs Harrisburg

 

Blazers Can't Hang With Celtics...Beavs, Ducks Winners!

NBA:

The Trail Blazers hung with the Celtics for the first 3 quarters but couldn’t keep up in the 4th losing 124 to 107. Dalano Banton had another strong showing putting up 28 points and 9 assists against the team he was traded from earlier this season. The loss snaps the 2 game win streak. The Blazers leave Boston to come back home to face New Orleans tomorrow night. 

MLB: 

San Francisco beat the Padres 3 to 2 yesterday to take their first series of the season. The Giants pushed two runs across in the 8th inning to take the lead. The Nationals come to Oracle Park tonight First pitch is 6:45.

The Mariners were socked by Milwaukee 12 to 4 yesterday to lose their series. Seattle’s bottom of the order accounted for most of the runs yesterday. Ms’ starter Emerson Hancock gave up 8 earned runs in the 3 and third innings. It’s on to Toronto for a three game series starting today at 4.

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State got the sweep against Arizona State 

Number 20 Oregon beat UCLA yesterday to get the series win.

College Softball:

Number 22 Oregon beat number 9 Washington yesterday to win their series.

Oregon State beat number 12 UCLA yesterday to avoid the sweep.

Soccer:

The Portland Timbers came back from down 3 goals to take a draw with Sporting KC yesterday. 

Local: 

All games weather permitting.

Softball and Baseball:  Madras has The Dalles, Crook County plays Gladstone, 

Girls Golf: Bend hosts La Pine, Madras, Mountain View, Summit at Bend Golf and Country Club for the Bend Invitational.

The Boys are at the Crook County Invitational, That’s the host Cowboys with Summit, Mountain View, Bend, Madras, La Pine and Mollala at Meadow Lakes in Prineville

Weekend Sports Schedule...Blazers, Beavers, Ducks, Prep

NBA:

The Trail Blazers are in Washington today. The injury list remains the same with Anfernee Simons among the handful of players who won’t suit up. Jerami Grant still has the Doubtful tag but may as well be designated Out. Portland just snapped their 10 game losing streak and the franchise is not necessarily looking to start a winning streak with the long term plan of getting a decent draft pick more important than wins in the closing weeks of the season. The Wizards are also in Tank mode at 15 and 61, they have five more losses than the Blazers. Tip off is at 4 this afternoon.

MLB: 

San Francisco has the Padres tonight. The Giants lost their opening series in San Diego last week. They were swept by the Dodgers earlier this week. It’s led to a 2 and 5 record. Jordan Hicks, who has credit for pitching one of those wins, gets the start this afternoon. First pitch is 1:35.

The Mariners are in Milwaukee for a weekend series. Seattle is 3 and 4 on the early season. They lost their last two games to Cleveland earlier in the week after splitting the opening series with Boston. Logan Gilbert will be on the mound for the Ms. He’s coming off a no decision in his first start against Boston where he went 7 innings allowing 1 run. The Brewers have opened the season at 4 and 1. Game 1 of the three game series starts at 5:10 today. 

College Softball:

Number 22 Oregon starts a home series against number 9 Washington today. First pitch is at 7.

Oregon State hosts UCLA today starting at 5

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State takes on Arizona State beginning tonight at 5:35.

Number 20 Oregon is taking their new ranking on the road for a series against UCLA. First pitch is at 7:05

Local: 

All games weather permitting

Softball: Mountain View takes on Parkrose, Ridgeview has Forest Grove, Bend plays Westview, 

Sisters softball and baseball have a doubleheader with Pleasant Hill

Bend and Mountain View are competing in the Titan Track Classic in Salem

 

Blazers Beat Hornets...Ducks FB Spring Practice

NBA:

The Trail Blazers snapped their 10 game losing streak with an 89 to 86 win over Charlotte last night. Deandre Ayton led the team with 24 points and 16 rebounds. Scoot Henderson had a solid game with 22 points and 10 assists. The Blazers last win was March 9th. A cynic might point out Portland won the game but the Hornets won the tank battle. The loss gives Charlotte an advantage in draft lottery odds.  The road trip moves to the nation’s capitol tomorrow for a meeting with the Wizards.

MLB: 

The Mariners were shutout by the Guardians yesterday 8 to nothing. George Kirby took the loss for Seattle. Now the Ms start a weeklong road trip starting in Milwaukee tomorrow. 

San Francisco lost to the Dodgers last night in Los Angeles. Kyle Harrison took the loss for the Giants who are off to a 2 and 5 start. They welcome the Padres tomorrow.

College Football: 

Spring practice continues today for the Ducks. Senior transfer Quarterback Dillon Gabriel is getting a crash course in leading the offense. Oregon will practice Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays leading to the Spring Game on Saturday the 27th.

Softball:

Number 22 Oregon is getting set for a big series against number 9 Washington starting tomorrow.

Local:

Baseball: Bend plays Wilsonville, Ridgeview takes on LaSalle

Softball: La Pine baseball and softball has a double header with Siuslaw

Girls Golf: Mountain View hosts the Awbrey Glen Invitational with Bend, La Pine and Summit teeing it up with the Cougars.

 

Beavs, Ducks Baseball Win...Prep Baseball / Softball Rankings

College Baseball:

Number 5 Oregon State pummeled Gonzaga again last night. OSU scored 13 runs on 17 hits with Gavin Turley going 3 for 5 with a homer, a double and three RBI. Beavers pitching allowed 5 runs on 7 hits to the number 23 Bulldogs.  The Beavs’ home stand continues against Arizona State beginning Friday.

Number 20 Oregon beat Portland last night 7 to 4. The game was paused briefly in the bottom of the 6th inning when both teams came on the field to pick up broken glass after a stadium light was shattered by a foul ball. The Ducks stay on the road and head Southern California for a series against UCLA starting Friday.

MLB: 

The Mariners lost 5 to 2 to the Guardians last night. Luis Castillo took the Loss, his second of the year. Seattle couldn’t do much with their 9 hits. They scored both runs in the 7th inning. Game 3 of the series starts at 1:10 this afternoon as the Ms close out their opening homestand.

San Francisco couldn’t complete a late inning rally and fell to the Dodgers 5 to 4 last night in Los Angeles. Logan Webb gave up all 5 runs in the loss for the Giants They’re back at it tonight. First pitch is at 7:10

NBA:

The Trail Blazers’ will try to snap their 10 game losing streak in Charlotte today. Anfernee Simons and Matisse Thybulle won’t play. Jerami Grant is again listed as Doubtful. Tip-off against the Hornets is at 4.

Local:

The OSAA softball coaches poll has Bend ranked 10th in 5A, Crook County is 2nd in 4A.

The baseball poll has Ridgeview ranked number 3,  Mountain View 4th, Caldera 9th, and Summit just outside the top 10 in 5A, Crook County is 11th in 4A, and La Pine is 10th in 3A

Baseball: Madras plays Burns, Crook County plays Henley

Softball: Crook County has a doubleheader with Henley

Boys Golf: The Ridgeview Invite has Mountain View, Bend, and Summit teeing up at Juniper Golf Course with the Ravens.

Beavers' Baseball Clobbers Bulldogs...Blazers drop 10th straight

College Baseball:

Oregon State dropped number 5 in the Coaches poll and D1 baseball dot com rankings, they’re 6th in the Writer’s and fell all the way to 9th in the Baseball America poll.  The Beavers stomped number 23 Gonzaga last night 14 to 0. They go at it again tonight. First pitch from Corvallis is at 6.

Oregon comes in at number 20 in the Baseball America poll. The Ducks are in Portland tonight at 5:35.

MLB: 

San Francisco fell 8 to 3 to the Dodgers last night in Los Angeles. Young pitcher Keaton Winn took the loss for the Giants. They’re back at it tonight. First pitch is at 7:10

The Mariners held off the Guardians 5 to 4 last night to get starter Emerson Hancock his first win on the season. Ryne Stanke had the Save. Game 2 of the series starts at 6:40

NBA:

The Trail Blazers’ late rally came up just short last night in Orlando as they fell 104 to 103 to the Magic. Portland actually led briefly in the 4th quarter, erasing a double-digit deficit. Dalano Banton came off the bench to score 26 points, Deandre Ayton had a double double with 20 and 12. It marked the 10th loss in a row. The road trip continues in Charlotte tomorrow.

Local:

Baseball: Ridgview has Canby, Madras plays Philomath, Sisters hosts Pleasantville, Culver vs Regis

Softball: Bend battles McMinneville, Madras matches up with Mountain View, Caldera battles Mazama, Sisters against Pleasant Hill, Culver vs Santiam

Track and Field:
Bend vs. Mountain View Dual Meet

OSU WBB Falls To South Carolina...

NCAA Basketball Tournament:

The number three seed Oregon State Women lost to number one overall seed South Carolina 70 to 58 yesterday. Foul trouble in the first half for several key players made it tough for the Beavers to hang with the undefeated Gamecocks.  OSU ends their season at 27 and 8. Over the weekend coach Scott Rueck acknowledged it could be hard to keep the team together next season with players getting recruited to transfer as Oregon State plays in the West Coast Conference next season..

College Baseball:

Oregon swept Seattle to run their overall record to 19 and 7, having won 8 of their last nine games. The Ducks are in Portland tomorrow.

Number 2 Oregon State lost two games to USC and had the third game postponed due to weather. The Beavers will have a two game series against Gonzaga starting tonight. First pitch from Corvallis is at 6.

Softball:

Number 21 Oregon lost two games to number 14 UCLA but Saturday’s game was rained out.

Oregon State was swept by number 8 Washington.

MLB: 

The Seattle Mariners lost to Boston 5 to 1 yesterday to split the season opening series. Bryce Miller took the loss for the Ms. They’re at it again at T-Mobile Park as Cleveland visits. First pitch against the Guardians is at 6:40

San Francisco was pounded by the Padres 13 to 4 in San Diego yesterday. The Giants leave with a series split and now face the Dodgers tonight. First pitch in Los Angeles is at 7:10

NBA:

The Trail Blazers are trying to shake off the 60 point loss in Miami Friday night. Matisse Thybulle and Anfernee Simons are Out, Jerami Grant is Doubtful. The team announced Saturday Toumani Camara will miss the rest of the season because he suffered a broken rib and a small laceration in the kidney last Wednesday. The rookie had been a bright spot for the Blazers.  Tip-off against the Magic is at 4.

Soccer:

The Portland Thorns played to a draw with Racing Louisville. They’re in unfamiliar territory at the bottom of the NWSL Table on the early season with no wins, a tie, and two losses .

The Portland Timbers lost to Vancouver to fall to two, one and three, with that third loss knocking them to 8th in the MLS Standings.

Local:

La Pine baseball and softball plays Siuslaw.

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