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KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 14th April 2016 at 08:53

On a night where the Warriors set the record for wins with 73 and Kobe Bryant closed his career with a 60 point night, the Blazers captured the #5 playoff seed with a 107-99 victory over Denver. Portland will play the Clippers in the opening round…..Dae Ho-Lee hit a 10th inning pinch hit homer to give the Mariners a 4-2 win over Texas. The M’s play the Yankees in the Bronx tomorrow…..Columbia River beat Kelso 10-0 in prep baseball yesterday. R.A. Long pounded Woodland 12-1 and Mark Morris blasted Hockinson 11-1…..In softball, R.A. Long defeated Woodland 12-0. Today, Kelso hosts River at 4 pm…..RAL defeated Woodland 3-1 in boys soccer. Tonight, Kelso visits Prairie at 7:30 pm…..Kelso’s Slate Miller gets his first Division One hit in the Huskies 12-4 baseball win over Seattle U.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 13th April 2016 at 08:48

The Mariners are 0-5 at home after an 8-0 loss to Texas last night. The M’s and Rangers play a day game today, KLOG 11:30 am…..LCC rallied from down 5-1 to beat Clark 8-7 in college softball. The second game of the twin bill was rained out…..In prep softball, Prairie beat Kelso 10-2. Today. R.A. Long is at Woodland…..Kelso was leading Columbia River 3-2 in the 3rd inning when the skies opened up. The game was suspended. Kelso is slated to plat at River today. Also, Hockinson is at Mark Morris and RAL at Woodland, weather permitting…..The Kelso boys soccer team blanked Fort 3-0 last night. RAL is at Woodland tonight at 7 pm…..The Trail Blazers close out the regular season with a home game with Denver, KLOG 6:05 pm. Portland clinches the #5 seed with a victory.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 12th April 2016 at 09:07

Texas beat Seattle 7-3 last night at Safeco Field. The M’s are 0-4 at home in the early going. The teams will play again tonight, KLOG 6:00 pm…..Jesus Alonzo Hernandez De La Garza scored two goals to lead R.A. Long to a 2-1 win over Mark Morris in boys soccer last night. Kelso hosts Fort Vancouver tonight at 7 pm…..In prep baseball, MM blasted Hudson’s Bay 16-8. Today, Kelso is at home against Columbia River at 4 pm…..The LCC softball team sits alone in first place and they are at home against Clark today at Tam O’Shanter Park. The DH starts at 3 pm…..In prep softball, Kelso is at Prairie and Castle Rock visits MM, both at 4 pm…..In track today, Kelso is at Centralia and Hockinson is at MM…..Girls tennis today includes Washougal at RAL and Ridgefield at MM.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 11th April 2016 at 07:51

The Mariners bullpen gave up solo homers in the 8th and 10th innings in a 2-1 loss to the Oakland A’s yesterday. It spoiled another great outing for Felix Hernandez who pitched seven shutout innings and struck out 10. The M’s host the Texas Rangers tonight, KLOG 6:00 pm…..Alex Torson got the win as the LCC baseball team pitched a combined 1-hitter in an 8-0 romp over Grays Harbor……The LCC softball team swept SW Oregon in Coos Bay Saturday to stay unbeaten in league…..The Mark Morris baseball team plays at Hudson’s Bay this afternoon…..In soccer, the Timbers and Galaxy tied 1-1 and the Sounders and Dynamo tied 1-1…..In boys Civil War soccer tonight, Mark Morris and R.A. Long meet in a 6 pm battle at Longview Memorial Stadium.

Friday KLOG Sports

Posted on 8th April 2016 at 09:17

The Seattle Mariners open their home season this evening when they welcome the Oakland A’s for a three-game set. Seattle is coming off of a season-opening series win in Texas, and will look to continue with their strong performance. Taijuan Walker starts for Seattle tonight, KLOG coverage starts at 6 pm…..The Portland Trail Blazers have another night off after clinching a playoff spot earlier this week. They will be hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves tomorrow night…..In local baseball, Hockinson is at Kelso today, Castle Rock is at Tenino and Woodland is at Kalama. Neah-kah-nie comes in to play Clatskanie in softball…..Winlock native and three-time state champ Rachel Archer is competing in U. S. Olympics Wrestling Trials this weekend in Iowa City IA.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 6th April 2016 at 09:22

It got kind of heated toward the end, but the M’s even the season at 1-1 with a 10-2 win over the Texas Rangers. Seattle broke it open in the 8th, ending up with four HR’s in the game. It also included a shouting match between the managers, after former M Tom Wilhelmsen plunked a Seattle hitter. The series wraps up with a day game, KLOG coverage at 10 am…..The Trailblazers beat Sacramento 115-107 last night, keeping the 6th playoff spot in the NBA Western Conference. The Blazers host the Oklahoma Thunder tonight at the Moda Center…..Rainier got a five-inning 10-1 win over Gervais in baseball yesterday. In local sports today, LCC Baseball is at Centralia, LCC softball travels to Clackamas, Clatskanie travels to Taft for baseball, and Rainier track heads to Oregon Episcopal.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 4th April 2016 at 09:49

Excellent seasons for the Oregon State and Washington women’s basketball seasons came to inglorious ends yesterday, as both teams got smoked in their NCAA Final Four games. OSU became another number in UConn’s march to a record fourth consecutive championship, losing 80-51, while Syracuse ran away from the Huskies, 80-59……The Mariners travel to Texas to open the season, with King Felix making his 8th consecutive Opening Day start, KLOG coverage starts at noon, with the first pitch at 1:05 pm…..The LCC diamond sports teams got league play kicked off over the weekend. The Red Devil baseball team lost to Pierce 4-3 on Saturday, then they bounced back and beat Green River 9-1 yesterday. The Lady Devils swept Highline 9-4 and 9-0 on Saturday.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 1st April 2016 at 06:31

Al-Farouq Aminu scored a career-high 28 to lead Portland over Boston 116-109. The Blazers host the Miami Heat tomorrow night…..The Mariners take on the Rockies in spring training action tonight, KLOG 7:00 pm…..R.A. Long hosts Mark Morris in a Civil War baseball game today. Also, Kelso is at Prairie…..The LCC baseball team opens league play at Pierce tomorrow, then will host Green River Sunday at 1 pm…..The LCC softball team hosts Highline at 12 pm tomorrow. The Devils dropped two tough ones at Bellevue yesterday 8-7 and 4-3…..In prep softball, MM over Fort 16-9 and Mission Oak California over RAL 3-0. The Kelso softball team hosts Fort today…..Kelso tied W.F. West 1-1 in boys soccer. Tonight, RAL at Bay and MM at Ridgefield.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 31st March 2016 at 09:21

Felix Hernandez gave up four first-inning runs in his final spring training start as the Padres beat the Mariners 7-5 yesterday. The M’s have today off…..The Trail Blazers host the Boston Celtics tonight, KLOG 6:05 pm…..The Kelso baseball team pounded Fort Vancouver 25-4 yesterday. R.A. Long dominated Hudson’s Bay 15-2…..In softball today, Lower Columbia is at Bellevue in college action while the high school slate includes Fort at Mark Morris and RAL against Mission Oak at Fresno…..Woodland beat Mark Morris 2-0 in boys soccer. Kelso plays at W.F. West tonight at 7 pm……In girls tennis, Kelso beat Columbia River 4-2. Kelso hosts Hudson’s Bay today…..The RAL girls golf team competes with Battle Ground at the Cedars course today.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 30th March 2016 at 09:20

The Mariners send Felix Hernandez to the mound today in a spring training game against the Padres, KLOG 12:00 pm. Last night Cleveland beat Seattle 4-1…..The Mt. Hood Saints swept the LCC baseball team 8-2 and 7-6 last night. The Devils now prepare for the West Region opener Saturday at Pierce…..Kelso pounded Fort Vancouver 23-1 in perp baseball yesterday. The teams play again this afternoon at Fort. Also today, R.A. Long is at Hudson’s Bay…..Evergreen outlasted Mark Morris 10-9 in girls softball yesterday…..The Kelso boys beat Prairie in track action yesterday. Prairie defeated the Lassies…..In girls tennis, W.F. West defeated R.A. Long 5-1. Today, River is at Kelso…..The MM boys soccer team hosts Woodland in a 5 pm match today at Northlake Field.