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Area high school and college sports highlights



Oregon State 4, Oregon 2: Dylan Davis and Caleb Hamilton each drove in two runs during Oregon State’s four-run eighth inning Saturday in the comeback win.

Gold, Cleavinger (8) and Chase. Moore, Reser (9), Schultz (9) and Ice. Win— Moore (4-3); Loss— Cleavinger (2-1); Save— Schultz (4). 2B— Davis (OSU).

Western Oregon 5-2, St. Martin’s 4-1: The Wolves swept a doubleheader against St. Martin’s on Saturday to win the Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular season title for the 13th straight year and secured the top seed at the GNAC tournament.

Western Oregon jumped out to a 5-0 lead in game one and weathered a St. Martin rally in the final three innings to take the win.

Matt Minnich pitched six innings and struck out 10 to lead the Wolves to victory in a defensive struggle in game two.

Puget Sound 12, Willamette 4: The Bearcats built a two-run lead, but the Logger offense warmed up and outscored Willamette 10-2 down the stretch for the win in Tacoma on Saturday.

The Bearcats fell to 22-15 with the loss.

George Fox 3-2, Corban 2-6: The Warriors split a doubleheader against the Bruins in Salem on Saturday.

George Fox put together a three-run rally in the top of the ninth to steal the win from Corban in game one.

The Warriors got there offense going, led by Marc Gallegos and Vince Gonzalez who both went 2 for 3 and combined for three RBIs and three runs scored, and rolled past the Bruins in the second game.

Mt. Hood 7-2, Chemeketa 1-6: The Saints won handily in the opener, but the Storm recovered in game two to break Saturday at home.

Linfield 21, Lewis Clark 1: Nick Fisher and Jake Wylie each hit grand slams Sunday to lead the top-ranked Wildcats.


Oregon 7, Stanford 2: Cheridan Hawkins improved to 27-3 with a dominant start as the top-ranked Ducks (46-5, 17-1 in Pac-12) completed the sweep of the host Cardinal.

Hawkins struck out eight and allowed five hits. Nikki Udria had a two-run single during Oregon’s five-run third inning.

Corban 6-11, Northwest Christian 4-1: The Warriors ended their 2014 season on a high note, winning both games of a doubleheader against visiting Northwest Christian on Saturday.

Corban was down 0-4 after 3 ½ innings but rallied in the bottom of the fourth, scoring five runs to take the lead, and then hung on for the win.

The Warriors bats got hot in game two as they scored 11 runs on 11 hits to beat the Beacons in five innings.

The Warriors went 26-20 on the year and finished in fifth place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.

Washington 10, Oregon State 2: The Huskies took and 8-0 lead after four innings and topped the Beavers.

CJ Chirichigno and Alexis Gonzalez homered in the loss for OSU.


Willamette: The Bearcats earned five individual titles and one team title at the Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships on Saturday.

Jordan Loos’ throw of 214 feet, 7 inches took the win in men’s javelin and also broke the school record of 211 feet, 11 inches set by Jim Williams in 1987.

Also winning individual titles were: Bekah Daniel for the second straight year in women’s triple jump (37 feet, 8 inches); Tom Fiechtner for the second straight year in men’s 200-meter (22.34); Michaela Freeby in the women’s 1,500-meter (4:42.49) and Taylor Ostrander in the women’s 5,000-meter (17:42.58).

The men’s 400-meter relay team of Fiechtner, Matt Paparella, Chris Luetjen and Dylan Jones won the title for the second year in a row with a time of 42.20.


Colorado 10, Oregon 9: Sarah Lautman scored the go-ahead victory for the visiting Buffaloes.

Oregon, Colorado and USC finish the season tied for third in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Oregon and USC will face each other to start the playoffs.



Thorns 3, Kansas City 1: Jessica McDonald scored twice, Allie Long added a goal and Portland won its home opener Saturday night.

— Statesman Journal

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