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CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 4B
SCOREBOARD
4B Statesman Journal ★
AREA HIGHLIGHTS
High schools
goals for the host Panthers
in their win.
CENTRAL VALLEY
West Salem d. Redmond
3-0: Sam Ward had 12 kills,
At Redmond
RED— Bev Schlegel (Foster) 5:00; RED—
Sydney Tucker (unassisted) 23:00; RED—
Sydney Tucker (unassisted) 39:00.
GK— McLoughlin (WS) 5 saves; Westendorf (RED) 5 saves.
JV— Redmond 5-0; JV— Redmond 7-0.
Records: West Salem 4-3-1; Redmond 62-0.
seven blocks and Merdith
Coba had 22 assists, two
kills and three blocks for
the Titans in their win
against.
Parisah Moghaddampour
had a goal and two assists
to lead the Olympians to a
win at North Salem.
VOLLEYBALL
Sprague 4, North Salem 1:
McNary d. South Salem
3-0: Hannah Gale had eight
At North Salem
SPR— Hines (Moghaddamour) 4:00;
SPR— Moghaddampour (Lounsbury)
19:00; NS— Cordova 28:00; SPR— own
goal 35:00; SPR— Lounsbury (Moghaddampour) 60:00.
kills and Kellie Hansen and
Madi Cavell had six kills
each for the Celtics.
Erin Edmonds scored two
goals for the Saxons.
Kills— Ward (WS) 12; Digs— Lewis (WS)
11; Blocks— Ward (WS) 7; Assists— M.
Coba (WS) 22; Aces— C. Coba (WS) 5.
South Salem 8, McNary 0:
Sprague d. North Salem
3-1: Kaleigh Nelson led the
At South Salem
SS— Edmonds (Moe) 2:00; SS— Grant
(unassisted) 7:00; SS— Moe (unassisted)
8:00; SS— Pitalo (Wasser) 8:00; SS—
Wasser (Cortez) 46:00; SS— Edmonds
(Wasser) 55:00; Cortez (Edmonds) 60:00;
Christiansen (Cortez) 66:00.
GK— SS (Prow) 0 saves, (Reeder) 01
save; MN (Aguilar, Cuevas) 08 saves.
Records: SS (8-0)
JV— SS 6-0; JV2— 0-0.
Olympians with nine digs,
14 kills and 11 aces.
BOYS WATER POLO
At South Salem
Game scores— 25-12, 25-18, 25-11.
Kills— SS (Brase 5); Digs— SS (Barnes
13); Blocks— SS (Default 4; Assists— SS
(Norris 14); Aces— SS (Brase 2).
Records: South Salem (2-7, 2-6).
JV— McNary won; Frosh— McNary
won.
Game scores— 25-7, 23-25, 25-11, 2513
At Sprague
Kills— SP (Kuhns) 22, NS (Harris) 8;
Digs— SP (Brown) 10, NS (Seymour) 11;
Blocks— SP (Harman) 5, NS (Sisco) 5; Assists— SP (Wright) 37, NS (Stlonski) 11;
Aces— SP (Nelson) 11, NS (Lorusso) 2.
Records: (6-1)
JV— Sprague; Frosh— Sprague.
CAPITAL
North Marion d. Gladstone
3-2: The Huskies were
taken to five games games
but survived the visit to
Gladstone on Tuesday,
picking up a conference
win.
North Marion d. Gladstone
At Gladstone
Scores: 23-25, 25-17, 25-19, 19-25, 1510
CASCO
St. Paul 3, d. Falls City 0:
VALLEY
Sprague 12, West Salem 6:
Eric Hance scored six
times for Sprague, as the
Olympians defeated West
Salem.
WS
SPR
2 3 0 1— 6
2 1 7 2—12
WS— Jensen 3; Steeb; DeJarnatt; Edison.
SPR— Eric Hance 6; Plant 2; Smith-Tripp
2; Bernardo; Ashford.
GK— Gorman (WS) 10 saves; Avdez
(SPR) 18 saves.
Records: Sprague (8-3).
South Salem 23, Corvallis
6: Casey Shierling led the
Saxons with six goals in
their win at Corvallis.
SS
COR
9-8-3-3—23
0-1-3-2— 6
The Buckaroos defeated
the Mountaineers in three
games at Falls City.
SS— Beck, 4; Barriga, 5; LaVine, 2; Vigeland, 2; Shierling, 6; Ruck, 4.
GK— SS (Bednarz) 05 saves; C 11
saves.
Record: SS (8-1)
Game scores— 25-20; 25-9; 25-9
At Falls City
JV— SP 25-22; 25-16.
GIRLS WATER POLO
BOYS SOCCER
CENTRAL VALLEY
West Salem 5, Redmond 0:
Marcos
Cuellar
and
Andrew Baum had two
goals each for the Titans in
their win at home.
At West Salem
WS— M. Cuellar (Smith) 17:00; WS—
Baum (pk) 29:00; WS— M. Cuellar (J. Cuellar) 46:00; WS— Baum (J. Cuellar) 51:00;
WS— Cabrera (M. Cuellar) 76:00.
GK—R (Velasquez) 06 saves; WS (Garibay) 02 saves.
Records: WS (2-2-4)
1 1 3 2—7
0 2 0 2—4
Jennifer Rodgers scored
the only goal for the
Saxons in their loss at
Corvallis.
At Dallas
WA—Ruter (Barrientes) 7:00; D— Brooks
(unassisted) 44:00; WA— Munoz (Price) AD
1:00.
GK—WA (Habbestad); D Kristof-Henning
12 saves.
Records: D (0-3) WA (2-1)
JV— WA 4-1.
Woodburn 4, Corvallis 3:
Jovanny Chenteno scored
twice to lead Woodburn,
as the Bulldogs held on for
the win against Corvallis in
a battle of undefeated
teams.
At Woodburn
WO— Chenteno (Martinez) 17:00;
COR— Camacho (unassisted) 24:00;
WO— Hernandez (Veles) 27:00; WO—
Gasca (PK) 29:00; WO— Chenteno (PK)
61:00; COR— Camacho (unassisted)
62:00; COR— Cronk (PK) 71:00.
GK— Creswick (COR) 7 saves; Legarda
(WO) 6 saves.
Records: Woodburn (7-0-3, 3-0); Corvallis (2-1).
JV— Corvallis won; JV2— Corvallis
won.
Corvallis 7, South Salem 1:
SS
HOME
1-0-0-0—1
1-3-2-1—7
SS— Rodgers 1.
GK— SS (Skelton) 04 saves, (Tweedt) 01
save.
Record: SS (3-6)
Colleges
VOLLEYBALL
Corban d. Concordia 3-1:
Rebecca Franke finished
with 26 of Corban’s
99 digs, as the Warriors
defeated Concordia in four
sets.
Rashelle
Davenport
added 17 kills for the
Warriors.
At Corban
Game scores— 25-23, 25-14, 22-25,
25-19.
Kills— CON 46 (Toscano 12); COR 51
(Davenport 17). Digs— CON 87 (Lindow
28); COR 99 (Franke 26). Blocks— CON
10 (Rath 4); COR 16 (Gowen 8). Assists—
CON 42 (Kamaka 36); COR 46 (Thompson
24). Aces— CON 1 (Fryer); COR 3 (Braun,
Davenport, Franke).
Records: Concordia (10-9, 6-6); Corban
(8-8, 6-5).
MEN’S GOLF
Silverton 5, South Albany 3:
College
of
Idaho
Invitational: Corban finished
Chris Tucker and Mat
Westby combined for 18
saves for Silverton, as the
Foxes defeated visiting
South
Albany.
Adam
Gamudi scored twice in the
win for the Foxes.
fifth overall at the College
of Idaho Invitational at River
Bend Golf Course led by
freshman Joey Duwe, who
finished tied for third with a
three-round score of 220.
At Silverton
SIL— Garcia (Crist) 2:00; SA— Schick
(unassisted) 6:00; SIL— Adam Gamudi
(Manuira) 17:00; SA— Arellano (unassisted)
22:00; SIL— Manuira (unassisted) 29:00;
SIL— Crist (Knutson) 43:00; SIL— Gamudi
(unassisted) 46:00; SA— Mendoza (unassisted) 47:00.
GK— Spencer (SA) 11 saves; Chris Tucker (SIL) 14 saves, Matt Westby 4 saves.
Records: Silverton (4-3-1, 1-2).
JV— South Albany won.
SPECIAL DISTRICT 4
Blanchet 1, Colton 0: Quinn
Flaherty scored the game’s
only goal in the 76th minute
to give Blanchet a win
against Colton.
At Blanchet
BL— Quinn Flaherty (Plata) 76:00.
GK— Hancock (COL) 7 saves; Matt Lider
(BL) 2 saves.
Records: Blanchet (2-3).
Western Menonite 2, East
Linn Christian 1: Jae Fung
Lee scored both goals for
the Pioneers’ win at home.
At River Bend Golf Course
Team scores— 1, Walla Walla CC, 883; 2,
Concordia, 901; 3, NW Christian, 919; 4,
Northwest Nazarene, 921; 5, Corban, 935;
6, Treasure Valley CC, 947; 7, College of
Idaho, 960; 8, Warner Pacific, 978.
Medalist— 1, Ahrens (NWCC) 215.
Individual leaders— 2, Noreen (WWCC)
218; T3, Duwe (COR) 220; T3, Arima (CON)
220; T3, Whittle (WWCC) 220; T3, Bachman
(CON) 220.
Corban— T3, Duwe, 220; T13, Dudley,
233; T24, Landis, 238; 35, Furumasu, 246;
T36, May, 249.
WOMEN’S GOLF
Oregon and Oregon State
at
Edean
Ihlanfeldt
Invitational: The Ducks
finished second and the
Beavers tied for third at the
invitational.
OSU’s Lauren Archer
finished in fourth place and
Oregon’s Monika Graf
finished seventh.
CENTRAL VALLEY
Redmond 3, West Salem 0:
At Sammamish Wash.
Team scores— 1- Stanford, 303-303606; 2- Oregon, 299-309-608; T3- Oregon
State, 306-312-618; T3- California, 310308-618; T5- San Fransisco, 321-298-619;
T5- Long Beach State, 316-303-619; 7Washington, 310-310-620; 8- Washington
State, 324-304-628; 9- BYU, 318-313-631;
10- Idaho, 315-317-632; 11- Eastern
Washington, 330-309-639; 12- New Mexico, 319-322-641; 13- New Mexico State,
317-326-643.
Top individuals— 1- Kay Hoey (LBS) 7471-145; 2- Mari Chun (STAN) 75-71-146; 3Kayla Mortellaro (IDAHO) 74-73-147.
Sydney Tucker scored two
— Statesman Journal
At Western Menonite
WM— Fung L ee (Zapata) 35:00; EL—
Dowding 39:00; WM— Fung Lee (Reeser)
74:00.
GK—EL 04 saves; WM (Hochstetler) 05
saves.
Records: WM (3-3); EL (2-3)
GIRLS SOCCER
KOBBI R. BLAIR | Statesman Journal
South Salem’s Josh Noonkester heads the ball past a McNary player during the two teams’
1-1 tie on Tuesday.
ed to pay special attention to
him and not let him get space
and be able to penetrate our
defense because we know he’s
the leading scorer from last
year. He has a good shot, that’s
how they get a lot of their
goals.”
Both
teams
had
opportunities to take outright
possession of the conference
lead with a win, but the tie
leaves the league’s outcome lit-
Continued from 1B
North Salem 1, Sprague 0:
Nathan Ruter and Rafeal
Munoz each scored for the
Bulldogs in their win against
the host Dragons.
from 10 yards out past McNary
goalkeeper Kraig Massee with
2:34 left in the half.
The Celtics maintained offensive pressure for the majority of
the first half, but it was the Saxons who capitalized on their
opportunity.
“During practice we do a lot
of shooting, we work on composure,” Cortes said. “That goal, I
stayed focused.”
For most of the second half,
South Salem controlled the possession, but after many shots
against McNary’s goal, the Saxons couldn’t break through.
In the final 10 minutes,
McNary got organized on
offense and had several good
shots, including one from
Steven
Rodriguez
which
bounced off the cross bar,
before breaking through with
Beltran’s goal.
“We just needed to pressure
more the defense,” McNary forward Eric Zepeda said. “That’s
what cost us a first goal. We
weren’t pressuring. We played
good in the second half.”
The Celtics marked Zepeda
tightly throughout the match
with two or three defenders at a
time.
As the match moved on, Zepeda often took to the wing to
allow teammates more direct
shots at goal.
“We just wanted to shut down
Zepeda,” Foster said. “We want-
Beavers
Rudy Rodriguez scored a
goal in the 67th minute to
break a scoreless tie and
lead North Salem to the
victory against Sprague.
MID-WILLAMETTE
West Albany 2, Dallas 1:
Continued from 1B
Danielle Mooney scored
two of Sprague’s four
goals, but it was not enough
to lead the Olympians to
the win against West Salem.
WS— Bronson 3; Beavert; Kinsey;
Straight; Carey.
SPR— Danielle Mooney 2; Blackman;
Trujillo.
GK— Emery (WS) 10 saves, Steeb (WS) 3
saves; Brunson (SPR) 10 saves.
Records: Sprague (6-5).
At Sprague
NS— Rodriguez 67:00.
GK— Astorga (NS) 5 saves; Day (SPR) 7
saves.
Records: Sprague (1-5-1).
JV— North Salem won.
Boys soccer
VALLEY
West Salem 7, Sprague 4:
WS
SPR
AROUND OREGON
Portland group submits
bid for MLS franchise
Statesman Journal
PORTLAND — Backers of a plan to put a
Major League Soccer franchise in Portland submitted a formal bid Tuesday to the MLS.
A statement by Shortstop, LLC president Merrit Paulson on behalf of the organizers indicated
that the group expects a response to their application by March 2009 at the latest.
MLS has 14 franchises, with Seattle joining in
2009 and Philadelphia in 2010. The league said it
plans to announce the admission of two more
franchises by the spring. Those new teams would
begin play in the 2011 season.
Paulson owns the Portland Timbers soccer
team and the Portland Beavers minor league
baseball team.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
OFFENSE: The
Beavers had
405 yards in total
offense. Lyle
Moevao completed
21 of 31 passes for
313 yards and two
touchdowns.
Jacquizz Rodgers
followed up his
186-yard breakout
game against USC
with 101 yards on
25 carries and a
touchdown.
Rodgers also had
four receptions for
76 yards, and older
brother James had
five catches for
82 yards. Sammie
Stroughter has
been limited with a
hip pointer and had
just two receptions
for 32 yards.
GRADE: B
ghorowitz@StatesmanJournal.com
or (503) 399-6726
Girls soccer
3,000 METERS
Boys team scores— Walker 20,
Crossler 48, Leslie 63
Boys winner— Nathaniel Roberts
(Crossler)
Girls team scores— Walker 19,
Leslie 52
Girls winner— Kaitlin Cruscial
(Walker)
2,000 METERS
Boys winner— Sean Young (Leslie)
Girls winner— Maddy Morrell
(Leslie)
South Salem
Redmond
West Salem
Sprague
McNary
North Salem
McKay
MID-WILLAMETTE
W
Corvallis
Crescent Valley
Woodburn
West Albany
Lebanon
Silverton
Dallas
South Albany
2
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
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L
T
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6
4
4
3
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5
6
7
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
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2
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Football
NBA Preseason
WESTERN CONFERENCE
High schools
Volleyball
CENTRAL VALLEY
West Salem
McNary
Sprague
Redmond
North Salem
South Salem
McKay
MID-WILLAMETTE
West Albany
Silverton
Crescent Valley
South Albany
Corvallis
Dallas
Lebanon
Woodburn
VAL-CO
Central
Newport
Philomath
Taft
Sweet Home
CASCO
St Paul
Jewell
Perrydale
Country Christian
Willamette Valley Christian
Falls City
C.S. Lewis Academy
W
L
7
7
6
3
2
2
0
1
1
1
5
6
6
7
W
L
6
7
6
4
4
3
2
0
1
2
2
3
5
6
5
8
W
L
3
2
2
0
0
0
1
1
2
3
W
L
5
5
6
2
1
0
0
0
2
4
2
5
2
4
Boys soccer
CENTRAL VALLEY
W
W
L
T
5
5
5
2
2
1
1
1
2
3
2
3
5
5
2
1
0
4
2
2
1
L SO POINTS
Crescent Valley 3 0
Woodburn
3 0
Corvallis
2 1
2 1
West Albany
1 2
Lebanon
1 2
Silverton
0 3
South Albany
Dallas
0 3
SPECIAL DISTRICT 4
Dayton
Westside Christian
Gervais
Santiam Christian
Western Mennonite
East Linn Christian
Blanchet
Delphian
Colton
Jefferson
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NORTHWEST
Minnesota
Portland
Utah
Denver
Oklahoma City
W
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PACIFIC
L.A. Clippers
Phoenix
Golden State
L.A. Lakers
Sacramento
W
0
0
0
0
0
L
0
0
1
1
1
SOUTHWEST
Dallas
Houston
New Orleans
San Antonio
Memphis
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1
1
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Football
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3
3
3
2
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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N.England
N.Y. Jets
Miami
SOUTH
Tennessee
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Houston
NORTH
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Cleveland
Cincinnati
WEST
Denver
San Diego
Oakland
Kansas City
EAST
N.Y. Giants
Washington
Dallas
Philadelphia
SOUTHEAST W
1
Atlanta
Charlotte
0
Miami
0
0
Orlando
Washington
0
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Tampa Bay
Atlanta
N.Orleans
CENTRAL
Detroit
Chicago
Indiana
Cleveland
Milwaukee
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TUESDAY’S RESULTS
Toronto 104, Cleveland 84
Houston 96, Memphis 93
Dallas 108, Washington 82
Utah 99, L.A. Lakers 90
Portland 110, Sacramento 81
TODAY’S GAMES
Charlotte at Orlando, 4 p.m.
New York at Toronto, 4 p.m.
Boston vs. Philadelphia at Amherst,
Mass., 4 p.m.
New Orleans at Indiana, 4 p.m.
Milwaukee at Detroit, 4:30 p.m.
Washington at Memphis, 5 p.m.
Oklahoma City vs. Minnesota at
Billings, Mont., 6 p.m.
Atlanta at Phoenix, 7 p.m.
Golden State at Portland, 7 p.m.
SACRAMENTO— Salmons 1-9 34 5, Moore 2-3 4-4 8, Hawes 2-9 0-0
4, Udrih 2-7 4-6 8, Garcia 4-7 3-4 12,
Williams 1-7 5-8 7, B.Jackson 1-3 22 5, Thompson 2-8 2-2 6, Brown 3-9
2-2 8, Greene 4-11 8-10 18, Thomas
0-1 0-0 0, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Felix 0-0
0-0 0, Kai 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 22-76 3342 81.
PORTLAND— Webster 5-8 4-4
15, Aldridge 5-15 3-4 13, Oden 5-8 35 13, Rodriguez 4-8 0-0 11, Roy 5-6
2-6 14, Bayless 1-3 2-4 5, Przybilla 33 1-1 7, Fernandez 3-6 0-0 6, Outlaw
3-8 3-4 9, Diogu 3-7 4-5 10, Batum 13 1-2 3, Hill 0-0 2-2 2, Randolph 1-1
0-0 2, Tatum 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-77
25-37 110.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Justin
Kahut converted a
37-yard field goal,
but missed from
43 yards, and
missed an extra
point after OSU’s
first touchdown that
affected the game.
The Beavers came
up empty on two
2-point conversion
attempts. OSU gave
up a 79-yard kickoff
return. Johnny
Hekker averaged
38.3 yards on six
punts, with two
downed inside the
20, but he was
unable to come up
with a big kick late in
the fourth quarter
when the Beavers
needed it most.
GRADE: D-
DEFENSE: The Beavers
were unable to
make stops with the
game on the line.
After taking a 28-20
lead with 2:18
remaining, Utah
marched downfield
in less than a minute
to tie the game on a
25-yard touchdown
pass and 2-point
conversion. The
Utes got the ball
back on their on
their 45-yard line
with 1:06 left and got
in position for Louie
Sakoda’s gamewinning 37-yard field
goal as time
expired. OSU’s pass
defense broke down
on the Utes’ last two
possessions. The
Beavers gave up
337 total yards and
forced two
turnovers. Safety Al
Afalava returned an
interception for a
touchdown.
GRADE: C
OVERALL:
Championship
football teams don’t
give up 11 points in
the final 89 seconds
of a game. A late
pass interference
call on safety Greg
Laybourn on Utah’s
2-point conversion
attempt to tie the
game was
questionable, but
the Beavers played
well enough to win.
An upset at then-No.
15 Utah would have
continued
momentum from the
USC game. OSU
should not be
disheartened by a
narrow defeat on
the road against a
ranked team.
GRADE: C+
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TRAILBLAZERS 110,
KINGS 81
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ATLANTIC
Toronto
Boston
New Jersey
New York
Philadelphia
At Gilmore Field
SS— Betran (Jacobson) 38:00; MCN— Cortes (Garibay)
77:00.
STATIONS AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
AMERICAN
LIGHTWEIGHT
Stephens 24, Parrish 0
Crossler 16, Judson 12
South Salem
McNary
North Salem
West Salem
McKay
Redmond
Sprague
MID-WILLAMETTE
3-Point Goals—Sacramento 4-16
(Greene 2-6, B.Jackson 1-1, Garcia
1-1, Udrih 0-1, Thompson 0-1,
Hawes 0-1, Salmons 0-2, Brown 03), Portland 7-19 (Rodriguez 3-5, Roy
2-2, Bayless 1-2, Webster 1-4, Diogu
0-1, Outlaw 0-2, Fernandez 0-3).
Fouled
Out—Thompson.
Rebounds—Sacramento 53 (Hawes,
Williams 6), Portland 60 (Przybilla 12).
Assists—Sacramento 10 (B.Jackson
3), Portland 32 (Roy, Rodriguez 7).
Total Fouls—Sacramento 31, Portland 29. Technicals—Portland defensive three second 3. A—NA (19,980).
NFL
Basketball
HEAVYWEIGHT
Judson 23, Crossler 0
31 19 13 18—81
21 32 32 25—110
SAC
POR
CENTRAL VALLEY
At leslie on Monday
SOUTH SALEM 1, MCNARY 1
TODAY’S SPORTS EVENTS
STANDINGS, RESULTS
Cross country
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receivers Brandon Gibson and Jeshua Anderson have been solid. Gibson (36 receptions, 460
yards, two touchdowns) ranks second in the
Pac-10 in receptions per game and receiving
yards.
Injuries have taken a toll on the Cougars,
whose top three quarterbacks on the depth
chart are freshmen. Marshall Lobbestael is
expected to make his third career start Saturday. He is the third starting quarterback for
WSU this season.
Lyle Moevao has been under center in every
game for the Beavers and leads the Pac-10 with
1,402 yards passing (280.4 yards per game).
Sean Canfield, who is on the comeback trail
following off-season surgery to repair a torn
labrum in his left shoulder, has moved into the
backup quarterback role. The junior signal
callers split time last season.
The Beavers 2-3 overall record matches their
mark of the last two years through five games.
Those teams finished strong at 10-4 and 9-4.
Note: Split end Sammie Stroughter (hip
pointer), cornerback Brandon Hughes (hamstring), and safety Al Afalava (groin) are
expected to play Saturday.
Middle schools
hanging on and hanging on and
hanging on, we just couldn’t
quite hang on long enough.
“We need to be just a little bit
better. We need to be three minutes better.”
tle different than it was before
the match.
But in a defensive match
such as Tuesday’s, a tie is a positive result.
“I was happy for 77 minutes,
then unhappy for three minutes,” Johansen said. “I’m kind
of a defensive coach. I try to
preach the importance of
defense. I’m a firm believer in
the defense wins championships mantra. We just were
SOUTH
NORTH
Chicago
Green Bay
Minnesota
Detroit
WEST
Arizona
San Fran.
Seattle
St. Louis
W L T PCT PF PA
4
4
4
2
0
1
1
3
0 1.000
0 .800
0 .800
0 .400
127
109
151
127
49
98
111
97
W L T PCT PF PA
4
3
3
2
1
2
2
3
0
0
0
0
.800
.600
.600
.400
114
114
117
138
70
94
107
130
W L T PCT PF PA
3
2
2
0
2
3
3
4
0
0
0
0
.600
.400
.400
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128
133
101
66
87
128
109
147
W L T PCT PF PA
3
2
1
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2
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3
4
0
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0
0
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.400
.250
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147
115
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43
120
127
124
147
SUNDAY’S GAMES
Chicago at Atlanta, 10 a.m.
Miami at Houston, 10 a.m.
Detroit at Minnesota, 10 a.m.
Oakland at New Orleans, 10 a.m.
St. Louis at Washington, 10 a.m.
Cincinnati at N.Y. Jets, 10 a.m.
Baltimore at Indianapolis, 10 a.m.
Carolina at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m.
Jacksonville at Denver, 1:05 p.m.
Green Bay at Seattle, 1:15 p.m.
Dallas at Arizona, 1:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at San Fran, 1:15 p.m.
N. England at San Diego, 5:15 p.m.
Open: Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Kansas
City, Tennessee
MONDAY’S GAME
N.Y. Giants at Cleveland, 5:30 p.m.
Sporting Line
(Home teams in CAPS)
FAVORITE
LINE UNDERDOG
College football
THURSDAY’S GAMES
WAKE FOREST 2Â
HOUSTON
18
FRIDAY’S GAME
Louisville
7
Clemson
UAB
MEMPHIS
Willamette at Linfield, 7 p.m.; Corban at Evergreen State
College women’s soccer
Seattle Pacific at Western Oregon, 4 p.m.; Willamette at Linfield, 5 p.m.
High school volleyball
MID-WILLAMETTE— South Albany at Silverton, 6 p.m.; Dallas at
Woodburn, 6 p.m.
CAPITAL— Stayton at North Marion, 6 p.m.; LaSalle at Cascade, 6 p.m.
VAL-CO— Central at Philomath, 7 p.m.
WEST VALLEY— Dayton at Willamina, 6 p.m.; Westside Christian at
Gervais, 6 p.m.; Valley Catholic at Sheridan, 6 p.m.; Colton at Amity 6 p.m.
PACWEST— Regis at Chemawa, 6:30 p.m.; Santiam Christian at Toledo, 6:30 p.m.; Creswell at Jefferson, 6:30 p.m.
TRI RIVER— Culver, Santiam at Salem Academy, 4 p.m.; East Linn
Christian at Blanchet, 7 p.m., Delphian at Kennedy, 7 p.m.
CASCO— Country Christian at OSD, 5:30 p.m.; Perrydale at St. Paul,
5:30 p.m.
High school boys soccer
CAPITAL— Stayton at North Marion, 3:30 p.m.
VAL-CO— Sweet Home at Cascade, 4:15 p.m.
CLASS 4A/3A— Santiam Christian at Cascade, 4:15 p.m.
High school girls soccer
SPECIAL DISTRICT 2— La Salle at Stayton, 3:30 p.m.; North Marion
at De La Salle, 4 p.m.
SPECIAL DISTRICT 4— Blanchet at Santiam Christian, 4:15 p.m.;
Western Mennonite at Central, 4:30 p.m.
High school cross country
MID-WILLAMETTE— Woodburn, Corvallis, Silverton at West Albany,
4 p.m.; Lebanon, Crescent Valley, South Albany at Dallas, 4 p.m.
GAMES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SATURDAY’S GAMES
OREGON ST 30 Washington St
UCLA
OREGON
17Â
E Carolina
5Â
VIRGINIA
W VIRGINIA
24
Syracuse
Iowa
5Â
INDIANA
ILLINOIS
12
Minnesota
Michigan St
2Â NORTHWEST.
OKLAHOMA
7
Texas
E Michigan
1Â
ARMY
BAYLOR
4Â
Iowa St
KENTUCKY
1
So Carolina
BUFFALO
1Â
W Michigan
Vanderbilt
2Â
MISS ST
Utah
23Â
WYOMING
Kansas St
3Â
TEXAS A&M
CENT MICHIGAN8
Temple
Purdue
19
OHIO ST
TCU
15 COLORADO ST
MISSOURI
14
Oklahoma St
GEORGIA
12
Tennessee
USC
26Â
Arizona St
MICHIGAN
16Â
Toledo
NO CAROLINA 7Â
Notre Dame
Arkansas
19
AUBURN
NEVADA RENO 19 New Mexico St
Miami Oh
NO ILLINOIS 10Â
23Â New Mexico
BYU
Arizona
6Â
STANFORD
Bowling Green 2
AKRON
Ohio
2Â
KENT
CINCINNATI
7Â
Rutgers
TEXAS TECH 21Â
Nebraska
KANSAS
14
Colorado
WISCONSIN
5
Penn St
Cent Florida
17
MIAMI FL
FLORIDA
6
LSU
SAN JOSE ST 15
Utah St
Tulsa
25
SMU
SO MISS
11Â
Boise St
UTEP
5
Tulane
11 SAN DIEGO ST
Air Force
Idaho
33Â
FRESNO ST
HAWAII
7
La Tech
Ball St
16 W KENTUCKY
ARKANSAS ST 12Â
UL Monroe
FLORIDA INTL 1Â
Mid Tenn St
NO TEXAS
UL Lafayette 21Â
MINNESOTA 13Â
Detroit
Chicago
2Â
ATLANTA
HOUSTON
3
Miami
WASHINGTON 13Â
St Louis
DENVER
3Â
Jacksonville
Philadelphia
4Â S. FRANCISCO
Dallas
5
ARIZONA
SEATTLE
2Â
Green Bay
SAN DIEGO
6
New England
MONDAY’S GAME
N.Y. Giants
8
Fish counts
WILLAMETTE FALLS
As of Monday, September 29
NFL
SUNDAY’S GAMES
N. ORLEANS 7Â
INDIANAPOLIS 5
N.Y. JETS
6
TAMPA BAY
1Â
CLEVELAND
DAILY
Oakland
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Carolina
Summer steelhead
FallChinook adult
Fall Chinook jack
Spring Chinook mini
Coho adult
Coho Jack
CUM
2 14,722
111 1,352
38
828
10 10,239
247 2,022
193 1,911
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