Taking a look at Coast Radio Sports…

Siuslaw Track and Field

Breaking News
Breaking News

Ashlee Cole claimed second in the javelin; third in the discus; at the Jim Robinson Twilight Invitational Saturday in Roseburg.  Katy Wells was fourth in the 800 meters and Celie Mans was fifth in the three-thousand for the Siuslaw Girls.

For the boys, Mack Marbas claimed 2nd in the three-thousand.  Seth Campbell was fourth in the 800.  Jonathan Peterson was fifth in the 400 meters; he also finished sixth in the long jump.

Vikings Suffer First Far West Loss

On the baseball diamond… Siuslaw dropped the first half of a Far West double header to Douglas, losing 6-5 on a walk-off RBI single to the Trojans in the eighth inning.  Sam Johnson and Connor Qualley were both three-for-four at the plate.  Siuslaw won the nightcap 17-6. John Dodson came in as a reliever in the first inning allowing three runs on seven hits with five strikeouts.  Brad Snow was three-four-four at the plate with two doubles and four RBI.


4A-3 Far West LeagueLeagueOverallRuns ScoredRuns AllowedRankingRPI
North Bend / Oregon Coast Technology 5-05-7637826 462.770
Siuslaw 5-17-3782724 463.733
Brookings-Harbor 4-08-2614111 605.635
Douglas 2-23-7277423 487.592
South Umpqua 2-35-6705930 454.742
Marshfield 0-61-9467840 396.352
Sutherlin 0-60-112810743 318.643

Far West League Softball

In Florence, the Lady Vikings fell to Douglas 17-1 in the opening game of a softball double header.  Halee Richards was two-for-two at the plate with Siuslaw’s only RBI.  In the nightcap, Douglas came out on top in five innings, 20-2.

4A-3 Far West LeagueLeagueOverallRuns ScoredRuns AllowedRankingRPI
South Umpqua 5-07-3872220 517.762
Douglas 4-07-194329 656.098
Brookings-Harbor 3-19-2953717 540.830
Marshfield 3-35-6908723 506.234
Siuslaw 2-42-6548133 408.693
North Bend / Oregon Coast Technology 1-42-72510436 363.977
Sutherlin 0-60-122418641 286.659

College Baseball

Turning to the college baseball diamond… #6 Oregon State fell to Washington State Friday afternoon 4-1; but the Beavers won the series, taking the next two games 12-5 and 8-1 in Pullman.   Oregon State falls to 2 1/2 games behind Washington in the Pac 12 Standings.

In Eugene, Oregon swept U-C Riverside in all three weekend non-conference games, 7-2; 7-4; and 6-5.  The Ducks will host San Diego this evening for another non-conference contest.