Sports Update, Friday, May 24th – Henley Boys & Girls in Playoff Action Today

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Friday, May 24, 2019

Henley Hornets Boys and Girls in Playoff Action Today

The Henley High School Girls team will play Friday afternoon at Henley against Philomath/Alsea at 3:30PM.

The Henley Boys Baseball team will play Friday afternoon starting at 5PM against Philomath/Alsea. Both games will be broadcast on Wynne Broadcasting’s 1240AM & 106.5FM The Winner CBS Sports Radio, Klamath Falls. Get game updates live on Facebook at Basin Life Magazine, brought to you Power Pac Rental & Sales.

Softball – 4AFri May. 243:30 pmPhilomath / Alsea @ Henley 
The Winner / CBS Sports Radio 106.5 FM / 1240 AM 
Baseball – 4AFri May. 245:00 pmPhilomath / Alsea @ HenleyThe Winner / CBS Sports Radio 106.5 FM / 1240 AM 

MLB Scores (from Thursday, May 23)

Minnesota Twins16Final
Los Angeles Angels7
WMartin Perez (7-1)
LMatt Harvey (2-4)
New York Yankees6Final
Baltimore Orioles5
WTommy Kahnle (2-0)
LMychal Givens (0-2)
SZack Britton (2)
Philadelphia Phillies9Final
Chicago Cubs7
WAaron Nola (5-0)
LJon Lester (3-3)
SHector Neris (8)
Tampa Bay Rays7Final
Cleveland Indians2
WRyan Yarbrough (3-1)
LAdam Plutko (1-1)
Miami Marlins5Final
Detroit Tigers2
WTyler Kinley (1-0)
LShane Greene (0-2)
SSergio Romo (9)
Chicago White Sox4Final
Houston Astros0
WLucas Giolito (6-1)
LCorbin Martin (1-1)
Washington Nationals4Final
New York Mets6
WRobert Gsellman (1-0)
LWander Suero (1-4)
SEdwin Diaz (12)
Colorado Rockies6Final
Pittsburgh Pirates14
WJordan Lyles (5-1)
LAntonio Senzatela (3-4)
Atlanta Braves5Final
San Francisco Giants4(13)
WLuke Jackson (3-1)
LReyes Moronta (1-4)
Boston Red Sox8Final
Toronto Blue Jays2
WRyan Weber (1-0)
LSam Gaviglio (3-1)

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Henley Hornets Boys & Girls win playoff games.

Heith Rasica hit two home runs and a double for 5 RBI, and brother Hayden Rasica threw a complete game shutout as Henley opened state tournament play with a 12-0 win in the first round of the OSAA 4A On Point Community Credit Union championships yesterday over visitintg Seaside.

Henley is now the lone Klamath Basin team still competing in baseball after Hosanna-Triad lost at Monroe, 14-2, Wednesday.  Henley now moves on to meet Philomath at home Friday.

The Henley girls, too, were successful, winning their opening round Softball playoff game 13-5 against visiting Cascade. 

The lady Hornets will play Friday, ironically, also hosting Philomath.

North Douglas beat Bonanza 13-7 and Grant Union ended Lost River’s season, 4-2. 

Lakeview won Wednesday, so they remain the only other softball team besides Henley still in the playoffs.  They play at Grant Union Friday.

Oregon State baseball looks to finish the regular season on a high note as they head into this week’s three-game home series against USC.

The Beavers proved they can still win against elite competition after splitting the series 1-1 (Saturday was rained out) against Pac-12 juggernauts, Stanford. OSU notched the final contest on Sunday, led by Grant Gambrell’s impressive efforts as starting pitcher. The right-handed junior turned in five hits and held Stanford scoreless in five innings of work.

OSU (35-16-1, 20-6) will have another opportunity to finish strong before the postseason when they take on USC (23-27-1, 11-14-1) at Goss Stadium for the final three-game series of the regular season.

Rangers edge Mariners.  Don’t try telling Marco Gonzales that he looked much sharper Wednesday with seven strong innings in the Mariners’ 2-1 loss to the Rangers. The lefty wasn’t settling for consolation prizes as Seattle’s struggles continued in a series sweep at the hands of its American League West rival.

“It doesn’t matter when you lose,” Gonzales said. “It doesn’t matter. I’m not OK with it. It’s hard to be OK when we lose, bottom line.”

The three-game sweep dropped the Mariners to 23-29 and into last place in the AL West as they head to Oakland to face an A’s team that has won six straight. Seattle has gone 10-27 since opening the year at 13-2, while Texas has moved into second in the division, at 24-23, by winning seven of its last eight.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019

The Seattle Mariners got a solid start from veteran fill-in Tommy Milone and the first career hit by rookie second baseman Shed Long, but they didn’t get a much-needed victory against the rival Rangers, as their troubles continued in Texas with a 5-3 loss on Tuesday at Globe Life Park.

Seattle is off to an 0-2 start on a six-game road trip, and it has lost 17 of its last 22 to fall to last place in the American League West, at 23-28.

The two teams meet again today to wrap up a three-game set.

MLB Scores (Wednesday, May 22)

New York Yankees7Final
Baltimore Orioles5
WCC Sabathia (3-1)
LDan Straily (1-4)
SAroldis Chapman (13)
Philadelphia Phillies4Final
Chicago Cubs8
WTyler Chatwood (3-0)
LCole Irvin (2-1)
Oakland Athletics7Final
Cleveland Indians2
WFrankie Montas (6-2)
LJefry Rodriguez (1-4)
Miami Marlins6Final
Detroit Tigers3
WJose Urena (2-6)
LBuck Farmer (2-3)
SSergio Romo (8)
Chicago White Sox9Final
Houston Astros4
WIvan Nova (3-4)
LGerrit Cole (4-5)
Cincinnati Reds9Final
Milwaukee Brewers11
WJunior Guerra (2-0)
LWandy Peralta (0-1)
SJosh Hader (12)
Washington Nationals1Final
New York Mets6
WDrew Gagnon (3-0)
LKyle Barraclough (0-1)
Colorado Rockies9Final
Pittsburgh Pirates3
WJon Gray (4-4)
LMontana DuRapau (0-1)
Arizona Diamondbacks2Final
San Diego Padres5
WEric Lauer (3-4)
LMerrill Kelly (4-5)
SKirby Yates (20)
Atlanta Braves9Final
San Francisco Giants2
WMax Fried (7-2)
LJeff Samardzija (2-3)
Kansas City Royals8Final
St. Louis Cardinals2
WBrad Keller (3-5)
LMichael Wacha (3-2)
Kansas City Royals3Final
St. Louis Cardinals10
WAdam Wainwright (4-4)
LHomer Bailey (4-5)
Los Angeles Dodgers1Final
Tampa Bay Rays8
WEmilio Pagan (1-0)
LDylan Floro (1-1)
Seattle Mariners1Final
Texas Rangers2
WAdrian Sampson (2-3)
LMarco Gonzales (5-4)
SShawn Kelley (4)
Boston Red Sox6Final
Toronto Blue Jays5(13)


Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Sports Update

The OSAA/On Point Community Credit Union High School playoff games today involving Klamath Basin teams include:

Baseball

Seaside at Henley               4pm  
106.5FM/1240AM The Winner CBS Sports Radio and online at   www.klamathradio.com

Hosanna-Triad at Monroe           4pm

Softball

Mazama at LaGrande                  3pm  
1450AM/102.5FM KFLS NewsRadio, also online at www.klamathradio.com

Cascade at Henley                   3pm

North Douglas at Bonanza      4pm

Lost River at Grant Union       4:30pm

For the first time since 2015 the Oregon Tech softball team has advanced out of the NAIA Opening Round into the World Series. 

The 39th annual NAIA National tournament will be held for the first time in Springfield, Mo., at the Killian Sports Complex, home of Missouri State University softball
 
The Owls (43-15) are the No. 10 overall seed in the 10-team, double-elimination bracket and will open at 8 a.m. Pacific Time on Thursday against the No. 7 seed Rams of the University of Mobile (Ala.) who are 51-11 on the year out of the Southern States Athletics Conference.

TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

Warriors close out Trail Blazers at Moda Center, in four games.

And just like that, the Trail Blazers’ 2019 playoff run comes to a close.   The Trail Blazers couldn’t hold on to a double-digit, second-half lead at home, something that has dogged them throughout the Western Conference Finals, but managed to at least force overtime. But in the end, the Warriors made the plays when it mattered the most, resulting in the Blazers losing 119-117 in front of a sellout crowd of 20,064 Monday night at the Moda Center.

With the loss, the Trail Blazers were swept 4 games to none. The trip to the Western Conference Finals was Portland’s first since 2000.

The Trail Blazer were led by Meyers Leonard, who put up a career-high 30 points on 12-of-16 shooting from the field and 5-of-8 shooting from three to go with 12 rebounds in 40 minutes for the double-double. Leonard, who started for the second consecutive game Monday night, also had three assists, a block and a steal.

If Mariners starter Mike Leake could erase the Rangers from his season, he’d be having a pretty good year. Unfortunately, his Texas troubles arose again in a 10-9 setback on Monday night as Seattle’s struggles continued.

The Rangers slugged five home runs in the series opener and three came off Leake in his five innings as the veteran right-hander fell to 3-5 with a 4.73 ERA. He gave up 11 hits and seven runs in the 84-pitch outing on a windy evening at Globe Life Park.

Leake’s two worst starts of the season have come against the Rangers, who’ve tagged him for 21 hits and 16 runs (12 earned) in 10 innings. Take away those two outings and he’s 3-3 with a 3.49 ERA.

Dan Vogelbach took the team lead in home runs with his 14th of the season in the ninth and he went 2-for-2 after replacing first baseman Ryon Healy, whose lower back tightened up after his third at-bat in the sixth inning.

Hosanna-Triad defeated Pilot Rock 7-4 in the OSAA baseball first round at Kiger Stadium yesterday. 

Lost River lost at Glide 4-0, but the Lost River girls defeated Colton, 8-5 in softball. 

Tomorrow, Henley hosts Seaside in baseball while Mazama plays at LaGrande and Henley hosts Cascade in softball action. 

Hear the Mazama softball game on KFLS 1450 AM, 102.5FMJ at 3pm, and Henley Baseball at 4pm on 1240 The Winner/CBS Sports Radio.

For the third time in school history, and three of the last four years, the Oregon Tech Men’s Golf Team is at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Golf Championships.  The 68th annual event will start today at Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona.

MLB Scores (from Monday, May 20)

Minnesota Twins3Final
Los Angeles Angels1
WTaylor Rogers (1-0)
LTy Buttrey (2-2)
SBlake Parker (8)
New York Yankees10Final
Baltimore Orioles7
WZack Britton (2-0)
LMychal Givens (0-1)
SAroldis Chapman (12)
Philadelphia Phillies5Final
Chicago Cubs4(10)
WHector Neris (1-1)
LKyle Ryan (0-1)
SJuan Nicasio (1)
Oakland Athletics6Final
Cleveland Indians4
WBrett Anderson (5-3)
LCarlos Carrasco (4-4)
SBlake Treinen (8)
Chicago White Sox0Final
Houston Astros3
WBrad Peacock (5-2)
LRyan Burr (1-1)
SRoberto Osuna (12)
Washington Nationals3Final
New York Mets5
WDrew Gagnon (2-0)
LPatrick Corbin (4-2)
SEdwin Diaz (11)
Arizona Diamondbacks1Final
San Diego Padres2
WChris Paddack (4-2)
LLuke Weaver (3-3)
SKirby Yates (18)
Atlanta Braves4Final
San Francisco Giants1
WMike Soroka (5-1)
LAndrew Suarez (0-1)
SSean Newcomb (1)
Seattle Mariners9Final
Texas Rangers10
WMike Minor (5-3)
LMike Leake (3-5)
Boston Red Sox12Final
Toronto Blue Jays2
WDavid Price (2-2)
LEdwin Jackson (0-1)

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