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Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Henley Hornets Boys and Girls in Playoff Action Today
It’s Semi-Final Tuesday in the OSAA high school Baseball and Softball championships. In Klamath Falls at Henley High today, the Henley girls host Banks, while the boys baseballers host Astoria for the second consecutive year in the post-season.
Hear the girls game on Wynne Broadcasting’s KFLS NewsRadio, 1450AM/102.5FM, and the boys game on 1240AM/106.5FM The Winner, CBS Sports Radio. Girls start at 3, boys at 4:30pm.
Complete OSAA schedule for today
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Central Catholic at CLACKAMAS 5:00pm
South Salem at JESUIT 5:00pm
Pendleton at WEST ALBANY 5:00pm
Thurston at CENTRAL 5:00pm
Astoria at HENLEY 4:00pm
Hidden Valley at BANKS 4:30pm
La Pine at PLEASANT HILL 4:30pm
Warrenton at SANTIAM CHRISTIAN 5:00pm
North Douglas at KENNEDY 4:30pm
Umpqua Valley Christian / Melrose Christian at KNAPPA 4:30pm
OSAA Softball, Tuesday, May 28th
Tualatin at GRANTS PASS 4:30pm
Sheldon at SUNSET 5:00pm
West Albany at RIDGEVIEW 4:30pm
Dallas at HILLSBORO 5:00pm
Banks at HENLEY 3:00pm
Junction City at LA GRANDE 3:30pm
South Umpqua at CLATSKANIE 4:00pm
Cascade Christian at DAYTON 4:30pm
Kennedy at TOLEDO 4:30pm
Lakeview at NORTH DOUGLAS 4:30pm
Mariners Take Rangers on Memorial Day
It was good to get home on Monday for the Mariners. Just ask Mallex Smith.
The Mariners center fielder stole home in the eighth inning of Monday’s 6-2 win over the Rangers, capping a “stolen base cycle” and a club-record-tying four-steal night as Seattle snapped a six-game losing streak.
Smith, one of Seattle’s major acquisitions in general manager Jerry Dipoto’s offseason youth movement, was demoted to Triple-A for two weeks at the start of May and was just 4-for-25 since his return. But after two games off to work on some swing changes, the 26-year-old reached base three times and made the most of those opportunities with his first steals since April 23.
Oregon State Baseballl is once again hosting a four-team regional. The Beavers are the defending national champion.
The four-team Corvallis Regional — unveiled Monday morning on ESPNU — also features No. 2 seed Creighton (38-11, 13-4 Big East), No. 3 Michigan (41-18, 16-7 Big Ten) and No. 4 Cincinnati (30-29, 13-11 American).
Creighton and Michigan will face off at 1 p.m. Friday to kick off the double-elimination regional, followed by a 7 p.m. matchup between the Beavers and Bearcats. The winners and losers of both games meet Saturday.
Pac-12-champion UCLA (47-8, 24-5) was given the No. 1 national seed, setting up a potential super regional rematch in Los Angeles should the Beavers and Bruins advance.
MLB Scores (from Monday, May 27)
|W||Dan Straily (2-4)|
|L||Daniel Norris (2-3)|
|S||Shawn Armstrong (1)|
|Boston Red Sox||12|
|W||Rick Porcello (4-4)|
|L||Jefry Rodriguez (1-5)|
|W||Kyle Crick (2-1)|
|L||David Hernandez (1-3)|
|S||Felipe Vazquez (14)|
|W||Sonny Gray (2-4)|
|L||Mitch Keller (0-1)|
|W||Seunghwan Oh (2-1)|
|L||Matt Andriese (3-3)|
|W||Gerrit Cole (5-5)|
|L||Cole Hamels (4-1)|
|S||Roberto Osuna (14)|
|New York Mets||5||Final|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||9|
|W||Clayton Kershaw (5-0)|
|L||Tyler Bashlor (0-2)|
|S||Kenley Jansen (15)|
|W||Corbin Burnes (1-3)|
|L||Taylor Rogers (1-1)|
|S||Josh Hader (13)|
|San Diego Padres||2||Final|
|New York Yankees||5|
|W||David Hale (1-0)|
|L||Matt Strahm (2-4)|
|S||Aroldis Chapman (15)|
|Los Angeles Angels||5||Final|
|W||Chris Bassitt (3-1)|
|L||Trevor Cahill (2-5)|
|S||Blake Treinen (11)|
|W||Tommy Milone (1-1)|
|L||Lance Lynn (6-4)|
|Toronto Blue Jays||3||Final|
|Tampa Bay Rays||8|
|W||Yonny Chirinos (6-1)|
|L||Aaron Sanchez (3-5)|