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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Green Bay Packers 23, Detroit Lions 22
MLB Playoffs, Monday, Oct. 14th
|St. Louis Cardinals
|Stephen Strasburg (3-0)
|Jack Flaherty (1-2)
South side series soccer took center stage yesterday with the Henley Hornets winning both matches. Henley’s boys were 3-1 winners over the Vikings, while the girls posted a 6-2 win.
Basketball great Pau Gasol will not have a dress rehearsal with the Portland Trail Blazers.
The veteran big man has been ruled out for the Blazers’ final two exhibition games, coach Terry Stotts said on Monday, meaning he will miss all five of the team’s preseason tuneups.
Gasol, who underwent surgery in May to repair a stress fracture in his left foot, has not participated in a full practice or scrimmage with the Blazers as he pushes through the final stages of his rehabilitation.
The Blazers entered training camp hopeful that Gasol would be cleared for full-contact practices by the second week of the preseason and ready to play opening night. But nine days away from a season-opening meeting against the Denver Nuggets at the Moda Center, his status remains uncertain.
The Oregon Tech Womens Golf Team sits in sixth place after the first round of play
Monday in the Sonoma State Fall Invitational Women’s Golf Tournament.
In a tournament in which the Hustlin’ Owls are just one of two NAIA teams, Tech finished Monday’s play with a 313, which has OIT 10 strokes out of third place in the 13-team competition. The Academy of Arts from San Francisco and Sonoma State share the lead at 297.