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May 12, 2014 11:36 pm Mapleton Sailor Sports, Oregon State Sports, Siuslaw Vikings Sports, Sports, University of Oregon Sports

12 May 2014

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Beavers Bounce the Bruins

Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto homered twice yesterday and became the career RBI leader for the Beavers as number two Oregon State routed UCLA 11-2 in Corvallis to complete a three-game sweep of the defending National Champion.

The Beavers started things off with a rain-soaked; come-from-behind-4-2 victory over the Bruins Friday night. They did things in a similar… albeit much dryer… fashion Saturday for a 9-3 win.

The Pac-12 Standings leaders will tune up with non-league game against the Portland Pilots tomorrow at Volcano Stadium in Keizer… then host Washington for a key series this weekend.

Arizona State took two of three games from Oregon over the weekend. The Ducks started with a 5-4 win Friday, but fell 9-4 Saturday and 8-6 yesterday.  Oregon will host Pacific University tomorrow at PK Park.

 Pac-12 Baseball Standings

School Conf Pct. Overall Pct.

Oregon st.

20-4-0 0.833 38-8-0 0.826

Washington

19-5-0 0.792 36-11-1 0.760

Oregon

14-10-0 0.583 35-16-0 0.686

Arizona st.

14-10-0 0.583 26-21-0 0.553

USC

14-13-0 0.519 26-22-0 0.542

Washington st.

12-12-0 0.500 22-24-0 0.478

Stanford

11-13-0 0.458 24-21-0 0.533

UCLA

10-14-0 0.417 23-25-1 0.480

California

9-15-0 0.375 21-25-0 0.457

Arizona

8-19-0 0.296 19-30-0 0.388

Utah

4-20-0 0.167 15-30-0 0.333

Ducks Dominate Softball

The Oregon Softball team is the Number One Seed in the NCAA tournament after claiming the Pac-12 crown. The Ducks will host Utah Valley, Albany College, and Wisconsin in an NCAA Regional this weekend at Howe Field in Eugene.

Turning to Prep Sports…

The Siuslaw Boys were fifth overall; the girls sixth; at the Wally Ciochetti (chuh-KEH-tee) Invitational in Cottage Grove Friday.

The Vikings did it with one individual victory… Randall Greenburg in the three-thousand… with a personal best of 9:26.6.

Seth Campbell was second in the 800 meters.

For the girls, Celie Mans was second in the 15-hundred; Mikaela Siegel 2nd in the 100-meter hurdles. She broke her own school record in the event with a time of 15.76 seconds. Siegel also finished second in the Triple-Jump. Ashlee Cole had a pair of second place finishes as well… in the discus and the javelin… both personal records.

Chris Free won the triple-jump for the Mapleton Sailors, as well as the 800 meters at the Jack Blum Invitational in Reedsport. Justin Schaaf (SHOFF) won the 200; and Maddy Frelich the girls javelin.

On the Schedule

Viking softball, postponed from Friday, will be on the diamond this afternoon at home for two games beginning at three o’clock against Brookings-Harbor… Viking Baseball has been postponed again… possibly made up Wednesday.

 

 

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