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KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 15th February 2017 at 08:56

The Mark Morris boys will play Woodland for the 2A District title Friday night. The Monarchs beat Centralia 77-61, while the Beavers downed R.A. Long 69-51. The Jacks try and stay alive tomorrow night against River at MM. The Kelso boys will try and stay alive at the 3A Bi-District when they take on Capital tonight, KLOG 5:55 pm…..The Kelso Lassies season ended with a 38-30 loss to Peninsula last night. The Mark Morris girls face a loser-out game tonight against Woodland at RAL, FM 101.5 The Wave 6:45 pm…..The LCC basketball teams are at home tonight against the Green River Gators. The women’s game at 6 pm and the men’s game at 8 pm…..The Trail Blazers have one more game before the All-Star break as the play at Utah tonight, KLOG after the Kelso boys playoff.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 14th February 2017 at 07:47

The Atlanta Hawks downed the Portland Trail Blazers 109-105 in overtime last night. The Blazers are at Utah tomorrow night…..The Kelso boys basketball team got 20 points from Emmitt Kinch in a 62-54 victory over Peninsula in the 3A Bi-District. Kelso will play Capital tomorrow night. The Mark Morris boys play Centralia in the boys 2A District tonight at Chehalis, 6:45 pm on FM 101.5 The Wave. The R.A. Long Lumberjacks square off with Woodland tonight at 7 pm at MM…..In girls 2A District last night, Black Hills defeated Mark Morris 80-48. MM takes on Woodland tomorrow night at RAL. The Kelso Lassies try to stay alive in the girls 3A Bi-District when they play Peninsula at 7:45 tonight at Timberline, 7:40 pm on KLOG.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 13th February 2017 at 08:57

The Kelso Hilanders will try and stay alive at the 3A Boys Bi-District with a game against Peninsula tonight, KLOG 7:40 pm. RAL upset Tumwater and MM downed Chehalis Saturday night at the Boys 2A District. Both play tomorrow night…..The Kelso Lassies stayed alive at the Girls 3A Bi-District with a win over Stadium Saturday. The Lassies play Peninsula tomorrow night. The Mark Morris girls take on Black Hills at the 2A District tonight at Centralia, 7:30 pm on FM 101.5 The Wave…..The Kelso boys wrestling team dominated to win the 3A Regional on Saturday. 17 Scotties qualified for the State Mat Classic tournament including Regional Champs Josh Helling and John Stuart…..The Blazers host the Atlanta Hawks tonight, KLOG after Kelso playoff.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 10th February 2017 at 08:58

Isaiah Thomas scored 34 to lead the Boston Celtics over the Trail Blazers 120-11 last night…..In men’s college last night, Gonzaga goes to 25-0 with a win over Loyola, Colorado downs the Huskies, Utah over WSU, UCLA rallied to beat Oregon and USC over OSU…..The LCC teams host Tacoma in a big double header tomorrow. The women’s game is at 5 pm and the men’s game at 7 pm…..Wilson downed Kelso 45-36 in girls 3A Bi-District action. Kelso will try and stay alive tomorrow night against Stadium, KLOG 6:55 pm. The Mark Morris girls host Centralia tonight in 2A District, 6:45 pm on FM 101.5…..The Kelso boys can qualify for 3A State with a win over Wilson tonight, KLOG 5:55 pm. Tomorrow in boys 2A action, MM host Chehalis (Wave 6:45 pm) and R.A. Long is at Tumwater.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 9th February 2017 at 07:13

The Kelso Hilanders defeated Gig Harbor 62-52 in the boys 3A Bi-District last night. The Scots play Wilson Friday night for a berth to State. Tonight the Kelso Lassies play Wilson, 5:55 pm on KLOG…..Naselle eliminated the Three Rivers boys 73-30 in 1B District…..The LCC women avoided a monumental upset by rallying late to beat winless Pierce 55-50 last night. The LCC men were blown out in the second half and lost to Pierce 76-59…..The Trail Blazers host the Boston Celtics tonight, KLOG after the Kelso playoff game…..In men’s college hoops tonight Gonzaga is at Loyola, the Huskies visit Colorado, WSU at Utah, Oregon at UCLA and OSU at USC…..The Mariners traded backup catcher Jesus Sucre to Tampa Bay for a player to be named later or cash.

Wednesday KLOG Sports

Posted on 8th February 2017 at 09:35

The lead changed hands six times in the final minute, but it was C. J. McCollum with the game-winner, hitting a runner with 0.9 seconds left, giving the Trail Blazers a 114-113 win over Dallas. McCollum finished with 32 points, while Damian Lillard had 29…..Marcus Maryott went the length of the floor and then hit a 16-footer as time expired, giving the R. A. Long Lumberjacks a 61-59 win over Hockinson. The win puts RAL in a tie with Columbia River for the 3/4 seed in this weekend’s district playoffs…..Mark Morris takes its 17th straight league title with a 60-47 win over Ridgefield, heading into district as the #1 seed…..Kelso looks to advance in the 3A Bi-District, taking on Gig Harbor tonight at Timberline, with KLOG coverage starting at 5:55 pm, tipoff at 6 pm.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 7th February 2017 at 08:44

The Trail Blazers are in Dallas for a game with the Mavericks tonight, KLOG 4:35 pm…..The GSHL 2A regular season concludes tonight with double headers. The Mark Morris girls are at Ridgefield at 5:30 pm followed by the MM boys at Ridgefield at 7 pm, FM 101.5 The Wave at 6:45 pm. R.A. Long hosts Hockinson tonight with the girls at 5:30 pm followed by the boys at 7 pm…..The 2B District basketball tournament begins tonight. Among the boys games at 7 pm is Kalama at Raymond, Valley at Toutle Lake and NW Christian at Toledo. In girls 2B District play at 7 pm is Pe Ell at Wahkiakum, NW Christian at Kalama and Toutle Lake at North Beach. Toledo is at Raymond at 5:45 pm…..In girls 1B District, Three Rivers Christian hosts Wishkah Valley at 6 pm tonight.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 3rd February 2017 at 09:00

Brooklyn Boudreau of Mark Morris won the WIAA 2A/1A Individual State Bowling Championship with a pin total of 1,202. MM leads the team completion heading into today’s final round at the Narrows Plaza Bowl in Tacoma…..The Kelso boys closed out the regular season with a 16-4 record after a 70-52 win last night. Tonight, the Mark Morris boys visits Hockinson and the R.A. Long Lumberjacks host Ridgefield…..In girls play, the Kelso Lassies downed Hudson’s Bay 38-21. Kelso ends tied for 2nd with Evergreen and Mt. View and a coin flip will decide seeding. The MM girls host Woodland tonight, 6:45 pm on FM 101.5 The Wave…..Nigel Williams-Goss had 33 to lead #1 Gonzaga to an 85-75 win at BYU…..The LCC men host Multnomah in a non-league hoop game Saturday at 1 pm.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 2nd February 2017 at 08:46

A tough loss for the LCC men’s basketball team as they squandered a 24 point lead and lost 75-74 in OT to South Puget Sound. The LCC women blasted SPSCC 84-49…..In Pac-12 men’s action USC beat Washington 82-74 and UCLA downed the WSU Cougars 95-79. Tonight, #1 Gonzaga is at BYU…..The Kelso boys beat Mountain View 61-57 last night. The Scots host Hudson’s Bay tonight with a new start time of 6 pm…..The Kelso Lassies also beat Mt. View 45-26. The Lassies are also at Bay tonight, also with a new 6 pm start time. The Mark Morris girls are at Hockinson tonight with and adjusted start of 6 pm. The R.A. Long Lumberjills are at Ridgefield, regular start of 7 pm…..Kelso Babe Ruth has on-line registration underway at its website: kelsobaberuth.siplay.com.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 1st February 2017 at 09:00

The Blazers beat the Hornets 115-98 last night. Damian Lillard had 27 to lead Portland to its fourth win in five games…..The LCC basketball teams host South Puget Sound tonight. The women’s game is at 6 pm and the men’s game tips at 8 pm, both on KLOG at 5:55 pm. The men’s game features two teams 6-0 in league play…..In boys hoops, Mark Morris beat Washougal 81-48. Tonight, Kelso travels to Mountain View at 7 pm…..In girls plat last night, R.A. Long collected its first league win with a 53-43 victory over Ridgefield. Also, Wahkiakum beat Kalama 56-53 in that big 2B clash…..The MM wrestling team is at home tonight (5pm) against RAL, Ridgefield and Woodland…..The 3A and 2A Sub District boys swim meets are today at Propstra Pool in Vancouver.