Sports Update, Friday, Nov. 8th – Mazama, Henley, Hosanna, Triad in Football Playoff Action This Weekend

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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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019

The high school football season takes Center Stage this weekend with the Henley Hornets hosting The Dalles at 6 tonight at Hill O’Brien field at Henley High School. Tomorrow the Mazama Vikings followed suit in the class 4A playoffs with a home game against Tillamook.

Should the two teams when they would play each other in the quarterfinals next weekend. Henley comes into the weekend with a 7- 1 record while The Dalles is 5-4.  Mazama is the number two ranked team in the state at 7 and 1.

Tomorrow’s game will be at 12 noon kickoff at Viking field at Mazama. Tonight’s game will be carried on KFLS 1450 and 102.5 FM and tomorrow’s game will be carried on CBS Sports Radio The Winner 106.5 FM or 1240 AM. 

Also on Saturday, the Lost River Raiders will travel to Toledo for the first round of the Class 2A football playoffs.

The 12-seeded Raiders will need to upset No. 5-seed Toledo in order to advance to the second round.

Lost River secured a playoff spot following a 6-3 season, 3-1 in league. The Raiders’ opponents, the Boomers, are recovering from a 32-20 regular season loss to Coquille last Friday, while Lost River is riding a two-game win streak.

The No. 7 Hosanna ChristianLions host the No. 10 North Douglas Warriors 6:30 p.m. Friday.  Behind an 8-0 season, the Lions enter the first round of Class 1A playoffs undefeated. Their opponents, the Warriors, haven’t lost in over a month, the last time being a league-opening 72-30 loss to Lowell, a tournament playoff No. 5 seed.

The Triad Timberwolves enter the weekend as a 14-seed and will travel to Crane Friday for a 1 p.m. afternoon game against the No. 3 Mustangs.

The Timberwolves and Mustangs clashed earlier this season in a 46-14 non-league loss for Triad. The Timberwolves will need to overcome the early-season deficit to advance.

The Tulelake Honkers will also play Friday for a chance to advance. Tulelake will travel to Burney for a 7 p.m. game, following a rout of the Butte Valley Bulldogs last week.

Another tough loss for the Portland Trail Blazers on the road last night at the Staples Center. The Los Angeles Clippers had a strong fourth quarter to hold off the Blazers 107 to 101.

The Blazers have back-to-back games as they come right home to face the Brooklyn Nets tonight at Moda Center.  Hear that game on CBS Sports Radio The Winner.

The Oregon Tech owls improved their Men’s Basketball record to a perfect 3 and O with the 71 to 45 victory over Park University of Gilbert Arizona yesterday in the desert. Oregon Tech remains in Arizona to take on Embry-Riddle University tonight.

The Oregon State Beavers will try to continue their winning ways hosting the Washington Huskies in a Pac-12 showdown in Corvallis tonight at Reser Stadium.

The Beavers are coming off of their third road win of the season over Arizona last weekend and go into the action this weekend with a 4-4 record. The Oregon Ducks have a bye this week and are preparing for the Arizona Wildcats next Saturday night at Autzen Stadium in Eugene.

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