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KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 19th November 2014 at 08:56

Alabama jumped over the Ducks into the top spot in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Oregon is at #2, Florida State #3 and Mississippi State drops to #4…..Blazer guard C.J. McCollum will miss about a month due to a fractured finger. The Blazers host the Bulls Friday night…..The Seahawks signed center Lemuel Jeanpierre after Max Unger was ruled out for three weeks with a high ankle sprain…..The Mariners have hired Pat Listach to take over as manager of the AAA Tacoma Rainiers…..In prep bowling today, Kelso hosts Heritage and R.A. Long hosts Union, both at the Triangle Bowl. Mark Morris will compete with Skyview at the Crosley Lanes in Vancouver…..It’s an epic boys volleyball showdown Saturday night as RAL takes on MM in the Buff Puff fundraiser at 7 pm.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 18th November 2014 at 09:32

The Blazers rallied in the 4th quarter to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 102-93. Portland has won five straight…..Gonzaga defeated SMU 72-56 in college hoops. Also, TCU beat Washington State 81-54 and Oregon downed Detroit 83-66…..The prep girls bowling season opened with Kelso over Camas 1,764-1,606. Iris West had a 305 series. Skyview beat R.A. Long 1,836-1,807…..The Seahawks will be without center Max Unger for 3 to 4 weeks due to a high ankle sprain…..The kickoff for Toledo’s prep football playoff has been set for 1 pm Saturday at Centralia HS…..The LCC Athletics Spaghetti Feed is tonight, 5 pm at the LCC Student Center. It’s a chance to meet the players and hear from the coaches. The meal is free for Booster Club members, $7 for non-members.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 17th November 2014 at 08:52

The Seahawks fell to 6-4 and three games behind Arizona in the NFC West after a 24-20 loss at Kansas City Sunday. The Hawks will host the Cardinals on Sunday…..Wahkiakum was the top local team at the various State volleyball tournaments. The Mules took second after dropping the championship match to Colfax…..The high school basketball and wrestling practice sessions begin today…..The LCC men’s basketball team closed out the pre-season scrimmages with an OT victory over the Seattle Mountaineers yesterday. The Devils host Lane at 2 pm this Saturday in the season opener…..Toledo beat Concrete 65-40 in the 2B prep football playoffs Saturday. The Indians take on North Beach in the next round…..The Blazers host the New Orleans Pelicans tonight, KLOG 6:05 pm.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 14th November 2014 at 08:49

The State volleyball tournaments are underway in Tacoma and Yakima. Woodland, Kalama, Wahkiakum, Naselle and Three Rivers are all vying for a deep run through the bracket…..The State girls swim championships also begin today at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way…..The Toledo Indians have a Saturday football playoff with Concrete. Kickoff is 1:30 pm at Sedro Wooley…..The Huskies are in Tucson for a battle with Arizona tomorrow, KLOG 11:30 am…..It’s going to be cold for the Seahawks game at Kansas City on Sunday…..The LCC volleyball team will close out the season tonight against Tacoma, 7 pm at the MM Gym…..LCC infielder Michael Forgione has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Portland following his LCC sophomore season this spring.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 13th November 2014 at 08:58

The Blazers scored 84 points in the first half and went on to blow out the Nuggets in Denver 130-113. Damian Lillard led the way with 27 points. Portland hosts the Brooklyn Nets Saturday night…..More bad news on the injury front for the Seahawks as tight end Zach Miller has been placed on season-ending injury reserve with a bad ankle…..Mark Morris twins Karley and Kourtney Eaton made it official yesterday, signing a national letter of intent to play basketball at Cal-Davis…..LCC pitcher Tanner Olson signed his letter of intent to play for Sacramento State beginning next fall…..The LCC volleyball team rallied from two sets down to beat Centralia 3-2 last night. The Devils close out the season Friday night at home against Tacoma.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 12th November 2014 at 08:29

The Blazers rallied from 23 down to beat the Charlotte Hornets 102-100. Damian Lillard led the way with 29 points. Portland plays at Denver tonight, KLOG 5:05 pm…..The Seahawks announced that defensive tackle Brandon Mebane will miss the rest of the season with a torn hamstring…..The Oregon Ducks leaped over unbeaten Florida State to #2 in the newest College Football Playoff rankings. Mississippi State is #1, followed by Oregon, FSU and #4 TCU…..WSU quarterback Luke Falk is the Pac-12 Player of the Week…..The LCC volleyball team is at Centralia tonight, first serve at 7 pm. The Devils close out the season Friday at home versus Tacoma…..The Toledo football team takes on Concrete in the 2B playoffs Saturday at 1:30 pm at Sedro Wooley HS.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 11th November 2014 at 08:51

The Trail Blazers are at home tonight against the Charlotte Hornets, KLOG 6:05 pm. Nicolas Batum will miss the game with a knee contusion. The Blazers are 4-1 at home so far this season…..Seahawks defensive lineman Brandon Mebane will miss Sunday’s game at Kansas City with a hamstring injury…..The Toledo Indians 2B football playoff game will be Saturday afternoon as they take on Concrete in a 1:30 pm kickoff at Sedro Wooley…..The Seattle Sounders advanced in the MLS playoffs after a 0-0 tie with FC Dallas last night in Seattle. The first of the two game series was a 1-1 tie in Dallas and the tiebreaker is road goals…..The Kelso Junior Hilanders Pop Warner football team is heading to Regionals in Cheney. You can help by going to http://tinyurl.com/JrhilanderHelp.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 10th November 2014 at 07:55

The Seahawks went Beat Mode Sunday in a 38-17 win over the New York Giants. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 140 yards and four touchdowns. The Hawks gained a franchise record 350 yards on the ground. The Hawks travel to Kansas City next Sunday…..LaMarcus Aldridge led a balanced Trail Blazers attack with 28 points in a 116-100 victory over Denver last night…..Aaron Brumbaugh led the locals with a 2nd place finish at the WIAA 2A Cross Country championships Saturday in Pasco…..Woodland, Kalama, Wahkiakum, Three Rivers and Naselle all advanced to the WIAA State Volleyball championships beginning Friday…..Toledo was the lone local football team to advance in the playoffs…..Black Hills edged Mark Morris 3-2 to advance in the 2A soccer playoffs.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 7th November 2014 at 09:05

The prep football playoffs begin tonight with Kelso at O’Dea, 4:45 pm on FM 101.5 The Wave and klog.com. Also, R.A. Long is at Tumwater, Woodland versus Chehalis at Kalama and Kalama against Montesano at Aberdeen, all 7 pm…..The Mark Morris girls soccer team stayed alive with a 2-1 playoff win over Washougal. MM can get to State with a win over Black Hills tomorrow…..R.A. Long beat Centralia and MM stayed alive with a win over Black Hills in the 2A District volleyball tourney, which continues tomorrow at MM. Kelso takes on Kennedy in a 3:30 pm 3A Bi-District match today at Auburn Mountain View…..The District swim meets are today, 3A at Kelso and 2A at Evergreen State…..The State cross country meets are tomorrow in Pasco…..The Blazers beat the Mavs 108-87 last night.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 6th November 2014 at 09:03

The Blazers host the Dallas Mavericks tonight, KLOG 6:35 pm…..The 2A District volleyball tourney gets underway today. At RAL, the Monarchs play Tumwater at 4 pm, followed by the Jills against Centralia at 5:30 pm. Last night, Kalama beat Castle Rock 3-0 to win a berth to State. Also, Wahkiakum eliminated Toutle Lake at the 2B District and Three Rivers advanced in 1B with a win over Tahola…..Highline defeated LCC 3-0 in college volleyball…..The MM girls soccer team faces a must-win District game at 4:30 pm against Washougal at Ridgefield…..Winlock football snapped a 38-game losing streak with a 49-14 win over Chief Leschi…..Husky football coach Chris Petersen has dismissed star CB Marcus Peters after several run-ins with coaches.