Sports Update, Monday; Ducks Win Big, Beavers Lose Big Over Weekend

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Ducks over Colorado 45-3.  Off to its first 3-0 start in Pac-12 play since 2013, The Oregon Ducks moved up one spot to #12 in both the Associated Press Top 25 poll and the Amway Coaches poll released on Sunday.
The Oregon Ducks pushed their win streak to five games overall and five straight in league action with a convincing 45-3 win over Colorado last Friday in Autzen Stadium. In its first two seasons under head coach Mario Cristobal, Oregon (5-1) is one of 13 FBS teams to win at least five of its first six games in both 2018 and 2019.
Oregon’s defense has fueled its current win streak, as the Ducks have held each opponent to under 10 points and a combined one touchdown. It marks the first time since 1958 that Oregon has held five consecutive opponents to single-digit points.
Oregon travels to Seattle for a Pac-12 showdown against No. 25 Washington on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 12:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Radio The Winner, 106.5FM/`1240AM.

A difficult night on both ends of the ball spelled doom for the Oregon State Beavers as they were throttled by Utah, 52-7, on Saturday night inside Reser Stadium. 
Oregon State trailed the entire contest as they struggled all night to find an answer to Utah’s offensive attack. A rough start put the Beavers in a big hole in which they would fight to climb out of for the rest of the game. 

Utah jumped out of the gate with a purpose as they quickly scored on their first two drives of the game and then capped off a dominant first quarter with another trip into the end zone to lead 21-0. The Utes used 257 yards in one quarter alone to take control of the contest as Oregon State struggled to find momentum on both sides of the ball. 

The Mazama Vikings remain at number 3 in the OSAA power rankings in Class 4A football despite a 55-21 loss at Marist Friday.

Marist moved up to 4th.  Henley is ranked 7th and remained undefeated with a 42-27 win over Phoenix.

Klamath Union lost 29-26 at North Valley Friday.

The Canal Bowl between Mazama and KU is scheduled for this Friday night at Modoc Field.

The Oregon Tech women’s soccer team has been named the “Under Armour Team of the Week” for October 7-13 the Cascade Collegiate Conference announced Sunday.
The Lady Owls defended home field with wins over Eastern Oregon University and The College of Idaho to improve their record to 4-0-2 in conference.

Oregon Tech (7-2-3, 4-0-2 ccc) will next be action when they travel to Northwest Christian and Corban on October 18-19.

Freshman Maiya Baker likes that Oregon Tech has a healthy competition on its Women’s Golf Team.

The Oregon Tech Lady Owls broke the 300 barrier as a team with a 297, and easily won the two day Oregon Tech Fall Invitational golf tournament  at the running Y Ranch G.C. with a 598.
Baker, who turned in the tournament’s best round among the women, completed the round with a 1-over par 73 on the 5,860-yard women’s course at the Running Y.   The women of Oregon Tech easily won the tournament with a 598. Simpson University was a distant second at 720.

The OIT Men’s Golf Team will have one final tournament before the winter break, and Tech will travel to Mesa, Ariz., to play in the NAIA Preview Tournament on the Las Sendas Golf Course which will host the national championships in May.
That tournament will be played Nov. 3-4.

High School Football Scores

High School Football Scores
  October 10-12, 2019

Class 6A
Special District 7
South Medford 34, Roseburg 6
North Medford 34, Grants Pass 27
Jesuit 41, Sheldon 17

Class 5A
Special District 5 – South
Churchill 14, North Eugene 7
Crater 57, South Eugene 26
Special District 5 – North
North Bend/Powers 38, Springfield 7
Special District 2 – North
Thurston 60, Redmond 20
Willamette 33, Ridgeview 21
Special District 2 – South
Ashland 48, Eagle Point 0

Class 4A
Special District 5
Henley 42, Phoenix 27
North Valley 29, Klamath Union 26
Marist 55, Mazama 21
Special District 4
Elmira 53, Cottage Grove 0

Class 3A
Special District 2 – North
Sutherlin 45, Harrisburg 7

Class 2A
Special District 3
Oakland 21, Regis 7
Monroe 54, Jefferson 21
Special District 4
Coquille 56, Reedsport 14
Special District 5
Lost River 17, Lakeview 7
Rogue River 22, Glide 13
Special District 2 – South
Cascade Christian 60, South Umpqua 0
Hidden Valley 49, St. Mary’s 26
Brookings-Harbor 38, Douglas 25
Special District 2 – North
Santiam Christian 50, Siuslaw 15
Pleasant Hill 21, La Pine 0
Special District 3
Creswell 35, Central Linn 6
Special District 4
Toledo 64, Gold Beach 16
Bandon 47, Illinois Valley 21

Class 1A (8-Man)
Special District 1 – South
Mapleton 48, Yoncalla 13
Special District 1 – North
Siletz Valley 44, Falls City/Kings Valley Charter 12
Mohawk 42, Waldport 40
Special District 2 – West
Days Creek 56, Myrtle Point 8
Butte Falls/Crater Lake Charter 58, Glendale 12
Camas Valley 62, Riddle 14
Special District 2 – East
Triad 79, Chiloquin 0
Hosanna Christian 2, Prospect Charter 0 (Forfeit)
Bonanza 66, North Lake 8
Special District 1 – North
St. Paul 64, Perrydale 22
Special District 1 – South
North Douglas 66, Oakridge 58
Lowell 54, Elkton 14

Class 1A (6-Man)
Special District 4
Gilchrist 50, Eddyville Charter 13
McKenzie 2, Alsea 0 (Forfeit)
Special District 4
Triangle Lake 42, Crow 0

MLB Playoff Scores (Saturday, October 12)

Game 1
New York Yankees7Final
Houston Astros0
WMasahiro Tanaka (2-0)
LZack Greinke (0-2)
Game 2
Washington Nationals3Final
St. Louis Cardinals1
WMax Scherzer (2-0)
LAdam Wainwright (0-1)
SDaniel Hudson (3)



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