Sports Update, Thursday, May 15th with Randy Adams – Blazers Fall To Warriors in Game 1

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Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

Blazers fall to Warriors in Game One

If defense wins championships, then the Trail Blazers are going to need to make some strides on that side of the ball before their next game versus the Warriors.

Golden State shot 50 percent from the field and 52 percent from three to defeat Portland 116-94 in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals in front of a sellout crowd of 19,596 Tuesday night at Oracle Arena.

The Warriors lead the series 1-0 with Game 2 scheduled for Thursday night in Oakland.

The Blazers had five players finish in double figures led by 19 points from Damian  Lillard, though he made just 4-of-12 shots from the field and turned the ball over seven times.

 

For the second time in as many days Oregon Tech’s Sarah Abramson struck-out 10 batters, leading the Owls to a 4-1 win in the NAIA Opening Round, this time against No. 13 Indiana Wesleyan University (41-16).

The Owls will play in today’s tournament Championship at Wildcat Field at 8:00 am Pacific time.
 
They improved to 42-15 on the year and are now just one win away from a berth into the NAIA Softball World Series starting May 23-29 at Killian Sports Complex in Springfield, Mo.

Game 6 – 8:00 AM: Oregon Tech vs. Indiana Wesleyan – Championship Game

Game 7 – 10:30 AM: If necessary (only if Indiana Wesleyan wins game 6)

Mariners Take A’s twice

While things have been a little dark of late for the Mariners, the power was back on at T-Mobile Park on Tuesday as Seattle bashed three home runs in a 4-3 win to complete a two-game sweep of the A’s.

The Mariners rode the long ball early and often to start the season, but that offensive firepower had cooled considerably over the past three weeks. After hitting 56 homers in their first 25 games, that number dipped to 24 in the past 19 games, with the Mariners going 5-14 in that stretch.

But a two-run blast by Mitch Haniger and solo shots by Daniel Vogelbach and Tim Beckham provided the punch for right-hander Mike Leake, who held the A’s to five hits and three runs (one earned) with six strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings.

The Mariners begin a series with Minnesota tonight.

MLB Scores (from Tuesday, May 14)

Pittsburgh Pirates6Final
Arizona Diamondbacks2
WJoe Musgrove (2-4)
LLuke Weaver (3-2)
St. Louis Cardinals14Final
Atlanta Braves3
WJack Flaherty (4-3)
LMike Foltynewicz (0-3)
Colorado Rockies5Final
Boston Red Sox4(11)
WMike Dunn (1-0)
LRyan Brasier (2-2)
SWade Davis (7)
Cleveland Indians9Final
Chicago White Sox0
WCarlos Carrasco (4-3)
LManny Banuelos (2-3)
Chicago Cubs3Final
Cincinnati Reds1
WKyle Hendricks (3-4)
LTanner Roark (3-2)
SSteve Cishek (3)
Houston Astros11Final
Detroit Tigers4
WWade Miley (4-2)
LRyan Carpenter (0-2)
Texas Rangers5Final
Kansas City Royals11
WDanny Duffy (2-1)
LShelby Miller (1-3)
San Diego Padres3Final
Los Angeles Dodgers6
WClayton Kershaw (3-0)
LChris Paddack (3-2)
SKenley Jansen (13)
Tampa Bay Rays4Final
Miami Marlins0
WCharlie Morton (4-0)
LCaleb Smith (3-1)
Los Angeles Angels3Final
Minnesota Twins4
WKyle Gibson (4-1)
LCam Bedrosian (1-2)
SBlake Parker (7)
Milwaukee Brewers6Final
Philadelphia Phillies1
WBrandon Woodruff (6-1)
LJerad Eickhoff (2-2)
Oakland Athletics3Final
Seattle Mariners4
WMike Leake (3-4)
LBrett Anderson (4-3)
SRoenis Elias (5)
Toronto Blue Jays7Final
San Francisco Giants3
WTrent Thornton (1-4)
LNick Vincent (0-2)
New York Mets6Final
Washington Nationals2
WNoah Syndergaard (3-3)
LJeremy Hellickson (2-2)

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