Sports Update with Randy Adams, Wednesday, May 29th – Henley Teams to State Championships

Wynne Broadcasting’s Randy Adams has been covering local Klamath Basin sports for 40 years and is the voice of the Henley Hornets and Mazama Vikings on radio at 106.5 / 1240AM The Winner CBS Sports Radio and 102.5 / 1450AM KFLS. Hear his daily morning show on Sunny 107!

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Henley boys baseball and girls softball teams are playing for the state championship this Saturday.

In local high school baseball on Tuesday, the Henley boys broke open a 1-1 tie with Astoria after a 30 minute rain delay in the 4th inning with three runs and never looked back, defeating the visiting Fishermen 9-3.  Hayden Rasica threw the first 6 and 2/3 innings, while Dylan Fitts came in to get the final out. 

Heith Rasica hit his fourth home run of the post season and John Tacchini his second as the Hornets advanced to the 4A title game against Banks, a 5-0 winner over Hidden Valley yesterday.  The title game will be played at Volcano Stadium in Salem beginning at 10am.

Henley Girls Softball team will play for the state title on Saturday!

In softball, a four run first inning and Lilly Poe’s pitching were all the Lady Hornets needed to advance, 10-0 against Banks. 

Henley will meet LaGrande for the second year in a row for the state title at the new Jane Sanders Stadium on the campus of the University of Oregon at 5pm on Saturday afternoon.

MLB Scores (from Tuesday, May 28)

Washington Nationals5Final
Atlanta Braves4
WStephen Strasburg (5-3)
LMax Fried (7-3)
SSean Doolittle (10)
Detroit Tigers3Final
Baltimore Orioles0
WMatthew Boyd (5-4)
LDylan Bundy (2-6)
SShane Greene (17)
Cleveland Indians7Final
Boston Red Sox5
WNick Wittgren (2-0)
LTravis Lakins (0-1)
SBrad Hand (14)
Kansas City Royals3Final
Chicago White Sox4
WLucas Giolito (7-1)
LBrad Keller (3-6)
SAlex Colome (10)
Pittsburgh Pirates6Final
Cincinnati Reds11
WLucas Sims (1-0)
LJordan Lyles (5-2)
Arizona Diamondbacks2Final
Colorado Rockies6
WJairo Diaz (1-0)
LMerrill Kelly (4-6)
SChad Bettis (1)
Chicago Cubs6Final
Houston Astros9
WJosh James (2-0)
LJon Lester (3-4)
SRoberto Osuna (15)
New York Mets7Final
Los Angeles Dodgers3
WSteven Matz (4-3)
LYimi Garcia (0-2)
San Francisco Giants3Final
Miami Marlins11
WTrevor Richards (2-5)
LJeff Samardzija (2-4)
Milwaukee Brewers3Final
Minnesota Twins5
WMatt Magill (1-0)
LAlex Claudio (1-2)
SRyne Harper (1)
San Diego Padres5Final
New York Yankees4
WEric Lauer (4-4)
LMasahiro Tanaka (3-4)
SKirby Yates (21)
Los Angeles Angels6Final
Oakland Athletics4
WTy Buttrey (3-2)
LJoakim Soria (1-4)
SHansel Robles (6)
St. Louis Cardinals3Final
Philadelphia Phillies4
WNick Pivetta (3-1)
LAdam Wainwright (4-5)
SHector Neris (10)
Texas Rangers10Final
Seattle Mariners4
WAdrian Sampson (3-3)
LMarco Gonzales (5-5)
Toronto Blue Jays1Final
Tampa Bay Rays3
WRyan Yarbrough (4-1)
LClayton Richard (0-1)
SDiego Castillo (6)

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