Taking a look at Coast Radio Sports…
On the diamond… the Siuslaw Viking split with South Umpqua on the baseball field at home Friday afternoon, taking the opener 9-2 then falling in the nightcap 5-2. Elsewhere in the league Brookings-Harbor swept Douglas in two, North Bend had the broom out for Sutherlin.
On the softball diamond South Umpqua claimed game one with a ten-run shutout. Ashlee Cole had two home runs and six RBI to lead the Lady Vikings to a 12-5 win in game two. North Bend handed Sutherlin a pair of losses and Brooking split with Douglas.
Siuslaw Track and Field competed at Jim Robinson’s Roseburg Twilight Saturday.
Hayden Schaffner won the boys’ 800 with a time of 1:57.43. Mitchell Butler was second in the 3,000 with a personal best time of 8:48.72. That time moves him up to the number five on the all-time Siuslaw list.
Katy Potter set a new Siuslaw record with a 2nd place finish in the girls’ 3,000 at 10:13.86. In addition to her fastest ever time at that distance, it’s also number 9 in state history and she leads the 4A.
Katelyn Wells had a big PR in the girls’ 800 finishing in sixth with a time of 2:25.4… improving on her previous best by eight seconds and moving her up to number ten all time at Siuslaw.
Number six ranked Oregon State swept Utah in three Pac-12 baseball games in Corvallis, winning Friday one-nothing; Saturday 8-3 and then capping it with a 4-1 win yesterday. The Beavers will take on the Pilots in Portland for non-league ball Wednesday.
The 16th ranked Ducks had their own broom with them in Berkeley over the weekend, taking three games from the Cal Bears 3-2, 10-4 and 5-4. The Ducks will play the Portland Pilots tomorrow.