Sports Update with Randy Adams, Tuesday, April 23rd – Blazers Ready For Game 5 at Moda Center

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019



Blazers and Thunder in Game 5 tonight.

Considering the way Game Three in the first-round series between the Trail Blazers and Thunder played out, the expectation among many was that Game Four Sunday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena would be a rowdy and contentious affair.

But Portland had already decided that would not be the case. Perhaps knowing that engaging would only feed into the frenzy or simply because they had more pressing issues to attend to, the Trail Blazers entered Game Four with a mindset that they wouldn’t let their opponent, their fans nor the officials keep them from their goal of heading back to Portland with a chance to close out the series in Game Five.

Despite being one of the youngest teams in the NBA and entering the 2019 Playoffs having been swept out of the last two postseasons, Portland, behind the leadership of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, conducted themselves Sunday night like the veteran team that won 53 games while earning the three-seed in the West for the second straight year.

Hear tonight’s game on CBS Sports Radio The Winner, 106.5FM/1240AM from Wynne Broadcasting.

The Cascade Collegiate Conference Golf Championship presented by U.S. Bank began Monday at the Pronghorn Resort’s Nicklaus Golf Course.

Oregon Tech’s Mayson Tibbs is tied for the lead with the OIT men in 4th after 36 holes, Aerin Song and the Owls women in 2nd place.after her first round 77 just four strokes behind Avril Li of British Columbia who leads the tournament with a 73.

UBC (310) leads the six team field by 11-strokes over OIT (321), followed by Corban (336), Northwest Christian (370) on the women’s side.

On the men’s side, UBC leads the field of eight with a first day, two round total of (576) followed by Corban (606), Northwest Christian (611), Oregon Tech (613), Walla Walla (635), College of Idaho (639). 

The final round of the championships will begin at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday morning at Pronghorn Resort’s Nicklaus Golf Course.

The Seattle Mariners enjoyed an off day yesterday, and meet the San Diego Padres in a quick two-game series tonight and tomorrow afternoon. 

The Mariners are in first place in the AL West at 16-9, one half game ahead of Houston.

Cascade Collegiate Conference Players of the Week:

Softball – Player

Mckenna Armantrout of Oregon Tech has been selected as the Red Lion softball Player of the Week.

Armantrout, a hometown product for the No. 12-ranked Owls, was unstoppable at the plate in the team’s series win over (RV) College of Idaho. She hit at a ridiculous .692 clip (9-for-13), while scoring three runs and blasting a home run over the weekend.

Honorable mentions: Allie Stines, SOU; Anna Cardwell, NCU

Softball – Pitcher

Sarah Abramson of Oregon Tech has been named the Red Lion softball Pitcher of the Week.

Abramson performed her best when her team needed her most this weekend, dominating in the circle during the No. 12-ranked Owls’ crucial matchup with (RV) College of Idaho. She delivered back-to-back shutout wins, allowing just seven hits across 13 total innings of work, while also striking out 14 Yotes.

Honorable mention: Gabby Sandoval, SOU

Baseball – Player

Lewis-Clark State’s Riley Way has been selected as the Red Lion baseball Player of the Week.

Way, a hometown product for the (RV) Warriors, had an exceptional weekend at the dish and on the base paths against Corban and NCAA Division II Northwest Nazarene. The sophomore second baseman tallied seven hits (7-for-10) in three games, hitting two bombs against NNU. Way also swiped a trio of bags between the three games, increasing his season total to 12.

Honorable mention: Jared Bell, CRB

Baseball – Pitcher

Niall Windeler of British Columbia has been chosen as the Red Lion baseball Pitcher of the Week.

Windeler continues to make UBC history on the mound. The Thunderbirds’ junior pitcher threw a 106-pitch no-hitter Saturday against Oregon Tech. Windeler struck out 10 Owl batters and surrendered no walks. In fact, he was nearly perfect, facing the minimum of 27 batters, with just one getting on base via an error. That base runner was then forced out in an ensuing double play. It is the first solo, nine-inning no-hitter in UBC history. With the win, he improves to 4-3 on the season with a 3.27 ERA.

Honorable mention: Logan Nousen, OIT

Men’s Outdoor Field

Michael Schmidt of Corban has been chosen as the Red Lion men’s outdoor field Athlete of the Week.

Schmidt, a junior out of Battle Ground, Wash., became Corban track & field’s first-ever conference champion in the decathlon at last week’s CCC Multi-Event Championships. He broke his own school record with a 6763-point performance, landing at No. 2 on the NAIA performance list. Schmidt finished in the top-three of all 10 events.

Honorable mention: Zach Beltz, SOU

Women’s Outdoor Field

Paige Dodd of Eastern Oregon has been chosen as the Red Lion women’s outdoor field Athlete of the Week.

Dodd has become a staple of the CCC Athletes of the Week list, and this week she returns to the list of honorees after claiming the CCC title in the heptathlon at Thursday and Friday’s CCC Combined Events. She set a meet record with 4826 points, now ranking second in the NAIA.

Honorable mention: none

Women’s Outdoor Track

Arianna Daniel of Southern Oregon has been named the Red Lion women’s outdoor track Athlete of the Week.

Daniel, a junior out of Elk Grove, Calif., collected three wins at the Titan Twilight over the weekend, triumphing individually in the 200 meters (25.31 seconds) and 400 meters (57.28 seconds), while also helping Southern Oregon’s 4×100-meter relay team improve its ‘A’ time to the 12th-fastest (47.73 seconds) in the NAIA.

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