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February 5, 2013 12:26 am Mapleton Sailor Sports, Oregon State Sports, Siuslaw Vikings Sports, Sports, University of Oregon Sports

Taking a look at Coast Radio Sports…

It’s back to a tie for second in the Far West League… the Siuslaw Vikings held off the Douglas Trojans for a 54-34 win at home Friday night.  Sutherlin downed South Umpqua 47 – 39 and North Bend remains undefeated… they beat Brookings-Harbor 60 – 34.  That leaves the Vikings and Sutherlin in a tie for second place with South Umpqua and Brookings tied for 4th with three games remaining in the regular season.  North Bend is alone at the top; Douglas is in last place.

Down the coast, Gold Beach beat Reedsport Friday 65 – 35.

For the girls, a scoreless third quarter left Lady Vikings in a hole they couldn’t sail out of and they lost 33-23 to the Douglas Trojans Friday night.  Sutherlin remains undefeated on the season with an 83 – 14 win over South Umpqua and Brookings ran over the North Bend Bulldogs 82-46.

In Gold Beach, the Reedsport Braves came from behind for an exciting 38 – 36 win over the Gold Beach Panthers.

Saturday, Kayla Doan had 19 points for the Lady Braves and they beat the Mapleton Sailors 50 – 32 for a non-league victory.

Far West League Standings
Monday, February 04, 2013
Boys
Team League O-All Points Streak RPI
Scored Avg Allowed Avg
North Bend 7 0 16 1 949 55.8 663 39 W15 3
Sutherlin 4 3 14 7 1327 63.2 1039 49.5 W1 10
Siuslaw 4 3 10 9 997 52.5 1047 55.1 W2 20
So Umpqua 3 4 11 9 1059 53 1039 52 L2 7
Brookings 3 4 10 10 1049 52.5 1074 53.7 L10 26
Douglas 0 7 1 19 819 41 1197 59.9 L11 42
Girls
Team League O-All Points Streak RPI
Scored Avg Allowed Avg
Sutherlin 7 0 21 0 1105 52.6 545 26 W21 2
Brookings 5 2 14 6 1060 53 803 40.2 W21 13
Douglas 5 2 11 9 920 46 866 43.3 W1 18
North Bend 3 4 5 14 705 37.1 949 49.9 L1 30
So Umpqua 1 6 6 13 707 37.2 946 49.8 L2 24
Siuslaw 0 7 2 16 514 28.6 834 46.3 L10 33

Pac 12

The Oregon men fell for the second straight game Saturday afternoon in Berkeley, California… this time to the Cal Bears 58 – 54.  Oregon slips into a tie with Arizona at 7-and-2 but remains in first place in the Pac-12.

Stanford held off a late Oregon State rally yesterday afternoon for an 81- 73 Pac-12 win.  The Beavers remain in last place in the conference with one win and eight losses at the mid-point in the season.

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