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KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 30th December 2015 at 07:48

North Idaho held off the LCC women 73-62 at the Lower Columbia Holiday Classic. The Devils play Lethbridge, Alberta at 1 pm today. Umpqua plays North Idaho for the title at 3 pm…..Austin Trafalet hit a three at the buzzer and scored 25 to lead the LCC Alumni team over the current Red Devils 85-83 in OT. The Devils will play at Clark tonight at 7 pm…..In boys hoops, Cabrillo beat Kelso 75-56 at the MaxPreps tournament in Palm Springs. Lake Stevens beat Mark Morris 62-45 at the San Diego Surf N Slam. R.A. Long hosts Mountain View tonight at 7 pm…..In girls hoops, Marymount downed Kelso 45-25 in Palm Springs. Astoria defeated RAL 46-30 at the Astoria tourney. Mark Morris beat Charles Best Academy 71-60. The Monarchs host Seattle Academy this afternoon at 3 pm.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 29th December 2015 at 09:02

The LCC women’s basketball team won on the opening day of their LC Holiday Classic. The Devils beat Whatcom 89-56 last night as Katie Hankins and Carissa Cannon had 16 points each. The Devils play North Idaho at 6 pm. There are also games at 12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm…..The LCC men will also be at home tonight against their Alumni team. The tip off is at 8 pm tonight…..The Kelso boys lost to Mission Vista 69-48 at the Palm Springs tournament. The Scots play against Cabrillo today. The Mark Morris boys beat Pioneer, CA 53-52 at the San Diego Surf N Slam. MM takes on Lake Stevens today. The R.A. Long boys beat Heritage 68-34 last night…..Kelso beat La Quinta 38-23 in Palm Springs. The Lassies play Marymount today. The RAL girls beat Clatskanie 49-33 in Astoria. The Jills play tonight at 7 pm. The Mark Morris girls host Charles Best Academy of Canada tonight at 7:45 pm (FM 101.5 The Wave).

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 28th December 2015 at 07:52

The St. Louis Rams snapped the Seahawks five game win streak with a 23-17 win yesterday in Seattle. The Hawks close out the regular season Sunday at Arizona…..C.J. McCollom scored 35 points to lead the Trail Blazers to a 98-94 victory at Sacramento last night. The Blazers have won two straight after upsetting Cleveland Saturday night…..The UW Huskies men’s hoop team hosts UC Santa Barbara tonight, KLOG 7:30 pm…..The Lower Columbia Holiday Classic women’s college basketball tournament begins today at 1 pm. The host LCC team plays Whatcom at 7 pm tonight…..Both Kelso basketball teams are in Palm Springs for the MaxPreps Desert Classic. The Hilanders play Mission Vista at 12 pm and the Lassies take on La Quinta at 6 pm.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 23rd December 2015 at 09:08

The Mark Morris boys defeated Fort Vancouver 69-56 last night. W.F. West held off R.A. Long 56-53 and Kalama rallied to beat Castle Rock 52-50. Tonight, Kelso hosts Hudson’s Bay and Astoria is at R.A. Long…..In girls hoops, Aberdeen needed an overtime to beat R.A. Long 51-44…..The Blazers take on the Pelicans in New Orleans later today, KLOG 4:05 pm…..In college ball, The UW Huskies beat Seattle U. 79-68 and #3 Oklahoma beat WSU 88-60 at the Diamond Head Classic. The Cougs play Northern Iowa tonight at 8:30 pm. Also tonight, Loyola is at Gonzaga and Pepperdine is at Portland, both at 6 pm…..Seven Seahawks made the Pro Bowl including Russell Wilson, Tyler Lockett, Michael Bennett, Bobby Wagner, Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 22nd December 2015 at 09:03

The Trail Blazers were without Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollom in a 106-97 loss to Atlanta. Lillard missed his first NBA game after 275 consecutive starts as he deals with a heel injury…..Oregon rallied from 12 down at the half to beat Alabama 72-68. Oregon State beat Quinnipiac 82-61 and Gonzaga over Pepperdine 99-73. Tonight the Huskies host Seattle U. (KLOG 7:30 pm) and WSU takes on #2 Oklahoma in Honolulu at 8 pm…..Mark Morris is at Fort Vancouver in boys hoops tonight…..The Mark Morris girls lost at Lebanon Oregon 58-24. Tonight, R.A. Long is at Aberdeen…..Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says his team will play healthy starters in the final two games despite clinching a playoff berth and out of contention for a division title.

KLOG Monday Sports

Posted on 21st December 2015 at 09:02

The Seahawks clinched a playoff berth yesterday. The Hawks got three TD passes from Russell Wilson in a 30-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The Hawks win with the Giants and Bucs losses means a playoff berth for the 4th straight season…..The Blazers lost at Miami 116-109 yesterday. Portland turns around and plays at Atlanta tonight, KLOG 4:05 pm…..R.A. Long’s Gunnar Blix got the start and played on the winning team as the West beat the East 21-14 in the Blue Grey All-American Bowl in Arlington, Texas yesterday…..Tonight in boys hoops, W.F. West visits R.A. Long…..In girls basketball, Kelso is at Camas and Mark Morris at Lebanon, OR…..The LCC men’s basketball team won two of three games and took third place at the Lane Crossover tournament in Eugene.

KLOG Friday Sports

Posted on 18th December 2015 at 09:11

Woodland defeated Mark Morris 59-46 in boys basketball last night. The Monarchs hope to bounce back at home tonight against Kelso, 6:45 pm on FM 101.5 The Wave. Also tonight, R.A. Long hosts Toledo…..The RAL Lumberjills beat Fort Vancouver 67-44 and Woodland beat the Mark Morris girls 42-36…..The LCC men’s hoop team defeated Peninsula 79-69 at the Lane Crossover in Eugene yesterday. The Devils take on Clark at 4 pm today…..The Blazers take on Orlando this afternoon, KLOG 3:05 pm…..Gunnar Blix is set to play for the West in the Blue Gray prep football game Saturday in Dallas…..Mark Morris beat R.A. Long by 45 pins in the Civil War girls bowling match yesterday…..The Kelso wrestling program has athletes competing in the Tri-State tournament in Coeur d’Alene.

KLOG Thursday Sports

Posted on 17th December 2015 at 08:23

Oklahoma City beat Portland 106-90 in NBA action last night. The Blazers will be at Orlando tomorrow…..The Lower Columbia men’s basketball team opens play at the Lane Crossover tournament in Eugene today with a 2 pm matchup against Peninsula…..In boys perp hoops last night, Fort Vancouver edged R.A. Long 56-55. Tonight, Mark Morris hosts Woodland (FM 101.5 The Wave 6:45 pm)…..In girls play tonight, RAL is at home against Fort, Mark Morris is at Woodland, Kalama visits Castle Rock and Wishkah Valley at Three Rivers…..The Kelso wrestling team won its home opener with a 71-10 win over Centralia last night…..The Seahawks have signed Christine Michael to help at running back. Michael is a former Seattle player who knows the playbook.

KLOG Wednesday Sports

Posted on 16th December 2015 at 07:53

The Blazers open a five game road trip at Oklahoma City tonight, KLOG 4:05 pm…..In men’s college ball last night, Elgin Cook scored 26 to lead the Ducks over UC-Irvine 78-63…..In NWAC women’s play, Clackamas downed Lower Columbia 71-57…..In boys prep hoops, Woodland beat Kelso 65-55. Tonight R.A. Long has a non-leaguer at Fort Vancouver…..In girls play, Black Hills defeated Kelso 59-35 and Hockinson cruised past R.A. Long 69-29…..The Kelso wrestling team is at home tonight against Centralia. R.A. Long visits Astoria…..In girls bowling yesterday, Kelso edged R.A. Long 1,779 to 1,763…..RAL’s Gunnar Blix is heading to Dallas for Sunday’s Blue-Gray National Football All-Star Game. There will be a send-off for the senior linebacker at 1:15 pm today.

KLOG Tuesday Sports

Posted on 15th December 2015 at 09:15

Damian Lillard scored 30 points to lead Portland to a 105-100 victory over New Orleans last night, the Blazers 7th straight win over the Pelicans…..Gonzaga took care of Division II St. Martins 86-50 last night…..The Lower Columbia women’s team hosts Clackamas in a 6 pm start at Myklebust Gym tonight…..Marcus Maryott scored 18 of his 21 points in the 4th quarter and OT leading the R.A. Long Lumberjacks to a 61-55 win over Hockinson. Woodland edged Ridgefield 57-56. The Beavers will play at Kelso tonight…..In girls play, the Kelso Lassies are Black Hills, KLOG 6:55 pm. R.A. Long is at Hockinson. Last night Prairie defeated Mark Morris 69-26…..MM will hand over the head baseball coaching reigns to Jason Mackey who replaces Bryce Richards who resigned this off season.