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MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2019
The Talk of the Town in the Klamath Basin all week will be the Mazama Vikings- Henley Hornets high school football matchup this Friday night.
The two teams will meet for the Skyline conference or special district 5 League Championship at Viking field.
Mazama defeated Klamath Union 28-0 while Henley handily defeated North Valley 26-6 to set up two undefeated teams for the last game of the season. It’s also homecoming and senior night at Mazama High School Friday night. You can hear the game on CBS Sports Radio the winter 106.5 FM 12:40 a.m. and online at www Klamathradio.com.
The Oregon Ducks are nearing the top 10 in the NCAA college football polls after a big come from behind victory over the Washington Huskies over the weekend 35 to 31 in Seattle. Today the Ducks are sitting at #11 in the NCAA College Football Rankings.
Oregon trailed 28 to 14 early in the third quarter but battled back under the four touchdown passing day of Justin Herbert. Oregon is now six and one on the season and will match up against Washington State at Autzen Stadium in Eugene this Saturday. The Ducks have not beaten Washington State in the past 3 seasons.
The Oregon State Beavers scored a late touchdown and then grabbed an interception to rally past the California Golden Bears 21-17 on Saturday afternoon in Berkeley, California. The Beavers have a bye week and will then take on the Arizona Wildcats on November 2nd.
The college basketball season started a little earlier than normal this year here in the Klamath Basin.
State opened up the Oregon Tech women’s basketball campaign with a win over the
owls 85-68 at Danny Miles Court. Sonoma is an NCAA Division II school and the game was classified as an exhibition.
And later this week the NBA’s regular season begins.
The Portland Trail Blazers open the season against the Denver Nuggets. The Blazers finished the NBA’s preseason at 2 and 3. Portland is already nursing some minor injuries to potential starting players but hope to have them all healthy for the opening game this week.
MLB Playoffs (from Saturday, October 19)
|Game 6 Houston eliminates the Yankees.|
|New York Yankees||4||Final|
|W||Roberto Osuna (1-0)|
|L||Aroldis Chapman (0-1)|
Weekend High School Football Scores
Sheldon 34, South Medford 14
North Medford 54, Roseburg 7
Grants Pass 21, Westview 15
Crater 48, Ashland 13
Churchill 44, Eagle Point 13
South Eugene 55, North Eugene 20
Thurston 63, Willamette 7
Redmond 36, North Bend/Powers 24
Ridgeview 35, Springfield 13
Henley 26, North Valley 6
Mazama 28, Klamath Union 0
Marist 49, Junction City 14
Marshfield 16, Elmira 0
La Grande 70, Cottage Grove 6
Siuslaw 44, Pleasant Hill 15
Santiam Christian 43, Sutherlin 7
Harrisburg 37, La Pine 31
Hidden Valley 48, South Umpqua 7
Cascade Christian 50, Douglas 2
St. Mary’s 14, Brookings-Harbor 3
Oakland 35, Creswell 7
Regis 43, Jefferson 0
Monroe 49, Central Linn 8
Bandon 20, Toledo 17
Reedsport 56, Gold Beach 14
Glide 14, Lost River 8
Rogue River 28, Illinois Valley 26
Coquille 54, Lakeview 18
Siletz Valley 52, Mohawk 6
St. Paul 80, Waldport 6
Lowell 68, Mapleton 28
Oakridge 60, Elkton 20
North Douglas 44, Yoncalla 36
Camas Valley 56, Myrtle Point 0
Days Creek 60, Glendale 6
Hosanna Christian 54, Chiloquin 6
North Lake 2, Prospect Charter 0 (Forfeit)
McKenzie 24, Eddyville Charter 15
Crow 2, Jewell 0 (Forfeit)
Triangle Lake 28, Gilchrist 7
Phoenix 36, McLoughlin/Griswold 20
Triad 47, Bonanza 0
Butte Falls/Crater Lake Charter 36, Riddle 6