Sports Update with Randy Adams, Wednesday, Sept. 11th

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 106.5FM/1240AM The Winner CBS Sports Radio and 102.5/1450AM KFLS. Hear his daily morning show on Sunny 107!

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Sophomore Payton Canon gave Oregon Tech its first medalist of the new season when she played even par golf Tuesday to win the Multnomah Invitational women’s tournament at the OGA Golf Course.

Canon finished her tournament with a 3-over par 75-72—147 to win women’s medalist honors by three strokes over Corban’s Megan George and British Columbia’s Jue Wen.

UBC finished the women’s tournament with a 603 team score, and OIT came in second at 635. The Thunderbirds had five of the top eight individual finishes in the women’s competition on the par 72, 5,852-yard course.

British Columbia, ranked sixth in the national NAIA men’s poll, won its portion of the tournament, too. The Thunderbirds finished with an 871. Corban was second at 900, while Oregon Tech and Northwest Christian tied for third at 903.

In high school girls soccer last night, Klamath Union shut out Eagle Point, 4-0 at Modoc Field.

In volleyball:

Henley def. ST. MARY’S-MEDFORD 25-12, 25-19, 24-26, 26-24 (3-1)

Bonanza def. ROGUE RIVER 25-11, 25-5, 25-17 (3-0)
Lost River def. ILLINOIS VALLEY 27-25, 25-6, 25-14 (77-45)
HOSANNA CHRISTIAN def. Chiloquin 25-13, 25-19, 25-22 (3-0)
PROSPECT CHARTER def. Triad 25-22, 25-20, 22-25, 25-14 (3-1)

Seattle Mariners’ Kyle Lewis made sure his first hit in the Majors was memorable, blasting a home run over the out-of-town scoreboard in left field at T-Mobile Park in the fifth inning of Tuesday’s 4-3 victory over the Reds.

For a young guy who had to overcome a major knee injury in his first year in pro ball after being drafted by the Mariners in the first round in 2016, this was a sweet start. Lewis’ shot was projected at 426 feet with an exit velocity of 106.2mph….the Mariners’ hard-hit ball of the night according to record, as the rookie turned around a 94 mph fastball on a 2-0 count.

Southern Oregon High School Football Schedules for this weekend, September 13-14:

9/13 (All Non-League)
McMinnville at Roseburg
Canby vs. South Medford (Spiegelberg Stadium)
Thurston at Sheldon
Summit at Grants Pass
North Medford at Jefferson (Portland)

Willamette at Crater
North Bend/Powers at North Eugene
Redmond at Eagle Point
Ridgeview at South Eugene
Wilsonville at Churchill
Springfield at Ashland

Cascade at Mazama
Cascade Christian at Klamath Union
Crook County at Cottage Grove
Newport at Phoenix
Marist at Seaside
Elmira at North Valley
Sweet Home at Banks
Gladstone at Marshfield
Junction City at Woodburn

Lost River at St. Mary’s (Medford)
Burns at Lakeview
Pleasant Hill at Hidden Valley
South Umpqua at Dayton
Douglas at Santiam Christian
Taft at Sutherlin
Brookings-Harbor at Bandon
Harrisburg vs. Blanchet Catholic (Willamette University)

Reedsport at Oakland
Illinois Valley at Gold Beach
Culver at Rogue River
Grant Union at Monroe
Coquille at Glide
Warrenton at Creswell
Lowell at Nestucca

1A (8-Man):
Hosanna Christian at North Douglas
Oakridge at Bonanza
Chiloquin at Mapleton
Days Creek at Prospect Charter
Butte Falls/Crater Lake Charter at North Lake
Glendale at Mohawk
Elkton at Myrtle Point
Camas Valley at Falls City/Kings Valley Charter
Riddle at Perrydale

1A (6-Man):
Crow at Gilchrist
Jewell at McKenzie
Alsea at Triangle Lake

9/14 (All Non-League)
North Marion at Henley

1A (8-Man):
Triad at Yoncalla

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams wasted little time making an impact with his new team and helped the Raiders move on from the Antonio Brown debacle Monday night.

The former Western Oregon University star posted a big night during the Raiders’ 24-16 win over the Denver Broncos in their regular season opener. Williams caught six passes for a team-leading 105 yards and a touchdown in his debut with the Raiders.

“It felt good to be out there,” Williams told reporters after the game.

MLB Scores (from Tuesday, September 10)

Cleveland Indians8Final
Los Angeles Angels0
WZach Plesac (8-6)
LJose Suarez (2-6)
Los Angeles Dodgers7Final
Baltimore Orioles3
WWalker Buehler (13-3)
LTy Blach (1-3)
Kansas City Royals3Final
Chicago White Sox7
WIvan Nova (10-12)
LJakob Junis (9-13)
St. Louis Cardinals1Final
Colorado Rockies2
WChi Chi Gonzalez (1-6)
LMichael Wacha (6-7)
SJairo Diaz (2)
New York Yankees11Final
Detroit Tigers12
WJoe Jimenez (4-7)
LChance Adams (1-1)
Oakland Athletics21Final
Houston Astros7
WTanner Roark (10-8)
LWade Miley (13-5)
SDaniel Mengden (1)
Milwaukee Brewers4Final
Miami Marlins3
WJunior Guerra (9-5)
LAdam Conley (2-9)
SDrew Pomeranz (1)
Washington Nationals0Final
Minnesota Twins5
WJose Berrios (12-8)
LAnibal Sanchez (8-8)
Arizona Diamondbacks2Final
New York Mets3
WZack Wheeler (11-7)
LZac Gallen (3-5)
SJustin Wilson (2)
Atlanta Braves5Final
Philadelphia Phillies6
WBlake Parker (3-2)
LMax Fried (16-5)
SHector Neris (25)
Chicago Cubs8Final
San Diego Padres9(10)
WMichel Baez (1-1)
LSteve Cishek (3-6)
Cincinnati Reds3Final
Seattle Mariners4
WDan Altavilla (1-0)
LAmir Garrett (4-3)
SAnthony Bass (3)
Pittsburgh Pirates4Final
San Francisco Giants5
WJohnny Cueto (1-0)
LMitch Keller (1-4)
SShaun Anderson (1)
Tampa Bay Rays5Final
Texas Rangers3(11)
WEmilio Pagan (4-2)
LEmmanuel Clase (2-3)
SPeter Fairbanks (1)
Boston Red Sox3Final
Toronto Blue Jays4
WJustin Shafer (2-1)
LJosh Taylor (1-2)
SKen Giles (19)

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