Sports News & Scores, Thursday, Sept. 12th

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019

Lewis is to be watched! Somebody forgot to tell Seattle Mariner’s Kyle Lewis how hard this Major League game is for a rookie.

For the second straight night, the newly arrived 24-year-old broke up a no-hitter with a home run; this time it was a three-run shot off Reds right-hander Sonny Gray with one out in the seventh inning to help the Mariners to a 5-3 victory Wednesday at T-Mobile Park.

Lewis is just the third Mariner to homer in each of his first two career games, joining Alvin Davis (1984) and Kenji Johjima (2006), and just the 24th Major Leaguer since 1908 to pull off that feat. 

In last week’s win over Nevada, University of Oregon Ducks offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo used 32 players on his side of the ball.

Arroyo’s regular rotation in games will usually be more like 15 or 16 guys, but the 77-6 victory allowed him to rotate in several younger players who now have game film to analyze and learn from for their next opportunity, whenever it might arise.  Against Montana Saturday, the pattern could repeat itself.

Two Cascade Collegiate Conference teams sit in the Top-25 NAIA Soccer Rankings, while another picked up votes. Eastern Oregon University moved up seven spots to sit at No. 7 in the rankings, while Southern Oregon University broke into the rankings at No. 23. Northwest University dropped out of the Top-25, but is still receiving votes.

2019 NAIA Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Poll – Poll No. 1 (September 11, 2019)

RANKLAST WEEKSCHOOL [1st Place Votes]RECORDFINAL POINTS
11William Carey (Miss.) [18]4-0498
22Keiser (Fla.)2-0482
33Southeastern (Fla.)3-1450
47Martin Methodist (Tenn.)3-0449
55Benedictine (Kan.)5-1446
66Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)3-1398
714Eastern Oregon2-0-1384
816University of Northwestern Ohio3-0374
912Hastings (Neb.)2-1363
104Spring Arbor (Mich.)3-2348
1111Vanguard (Calif.)3-1345
129Midland (Neb.)2-1-1334
1319Science & Arts (Okla.)3-0321
1413John Brown (Ark.)3-1256
1523Mobile (Ala.)4-1254
1615Grace (Ind.)5-1246
178Georgia Gwinnett3-1-1232
1818Cumberland (Tenn.)3-1-1230
1910Embry-Riddle (Ariz.)2-1-2208
20NRMarian (Ind.)6-0201
21NRCentral Methodist (Mo.)5-0174
2222Trinity Christian (Ill.)4-0166
23NRSouthern Oregon3-2149
24NRCumberlands (Ky.)4-0-1140
2525Westmont (Calif.)5-1132

In last week’s win over Nevada, University of Oregon Ducks offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo used 32 players on his side of the ball.

Arroyo’s regular rotation in games will usually be more like 15 or 16 guys, but the 77-6 victory allowed him to rotate in several younger players who now have game film to analyze and learn from for their next opportunity, whenever it might arise.  Against Montana Saturday, the pattern could repeat itself.

Arroyo’s counterpart on defense, AndyAvalos, also had more evaluations than usual to do when he reviewed the postgame film. The Ducks used 38 players on defense last week, and 29 of them made the final stat sheet. For Avalos, though, employing so many players will be the norm most weeks this season.

The first opportunity to enjoy a sneak peek of the new-look Portland Trail Blazers is less than a month away.

The Blazers have scheduled their annual Fan Fest scrimmage for Oct. 6, two days before their exhibition opener against the Denver Nuggets. For the first time, the event, which will begin at 4 p.m., will take place at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Fan Fest is a free, intra-squad scrimmage held annually during training camp to give fans a taste of their new team. The event will feature first-come, first-served general admission seating and free digital tickets are available online at trailblazers.com/fanfest.

Hear the entire Trailblazer season on CBS Sports Radio The Winner, 106.5FM/1240AM, from Wynne Broadcasting. Remember too, you can click the link here on the BasinLife.com Homepage….to hear the games too.

MLB Scores (from Wednesday, September 11)

Cleveland Indians4Final
Los Angeles Angels3
WCarlos Carrasco (5-7)
LDillon Peters (3-3)
SAdam Cimber (1)
Los Angeles Dodgers3Final
Baltimore Orioles7
WShawn Armstrong (1-1)
LCaleb Ferguson (1-2)
Kansas City Royals8Final
Chicago White Sox6
WGlenn Sparkman (4-11)
LReynaldo Lopez (9-13)
SIan Kennedy (28)
St. Louis Cardinals1Final
Colorado Rockies2
WAntonio Senzatela (9-10)
LDakota Hudson (15-7)
SJairo Diaz (3)
Oakland Athletics5Final
Houston Astros3
WBrett Anderson (12-9)
LJosh James (5-1)
SLiam Hendriks (20)
Milwaukee Brewers7Final
Miami Marlins5
WBrent Suter (2-0)
LJose Urena (4-9)
SJosh Hader (30)
Washington Nationals6Final
Minnesota Twins2
WStephen Strasburg (17-6)
LMartin Perez (10-7)
Arizona Diamondbacks0Final
New York Mets9
WSteven Matz (10-8)
LRobbie Ray (12-8)
Atlanta Braves3Final
Philadelphia Phillies1
WDallas Keuchel (8-5)
LZach Eflin (8-12)
SMark Melancon (11)
Chicago Cubs0Final
San Diego Padres4
WChris Paddack (9-7)
LCole Hamels (7-7)
Cincinnati Reds3Final
Seattle Mariners5
WMarco Gonzales (15-11)
LSonny Gray (10-7)
SAnthony Bass (4)
Pittsburgh Pirates6Final
San Francisco Giants3
WMichael Feliz (3-4)
LLogan Webb (1-2)
SFelipe Vazquez (27)
Tampa Bay Rays9Final
Texas Rangers10
WIan Gibaut (1-0)
LColin Poche (4-5)
SJose Leclerc (12)
Boston Red Sox0Final
Toronto Blue Jays8
WTrent Thornton (5-9)
LTrevor Kelley (0-1)


Southern Oregon High School Football Schedules for this weekend, September 13-14:


9/13 (All Non-League)
6A:
McMinnville at Roseburg
Canby vs. South Medford (Spiegelberg Stadium)
Thurston at Sheldon
Summit at Grants Pass
North Medford at Jefferson (Portland)

5A:
Willamette at Crater
North Bend/Powers at North Eugene
Redmond at Eagle Point
Ridgeview at South Eugene
Wilsonville at Churchill
Springfield at Ashland

4A:
Cascade at Mazama
Cascade Christian at Klamath Union
Crook County at Cottage Grove
Newport at Phoenix
Marist at Seaside
Elmira at North Valley
Sweet Home at Banks
Gladstone at Marshfield
Junction City at Woodburn

3A:
Lost River at St. Mary’s (Medford)
Burns at Lakeview
Pleasant Hill at Hidden Valley
South Umpqua at Dayton
Douglas at Santiam Christian
Taft at Sutherlin
Brookings-Harbor at Bandon
Harrisburg vs. Blanchet Catholic (Willamette University)

2A:
Reedsport at Oakland
Illinois Valley at Gold Beach
Culver at Rogue River
Grant Union at Monroe
Coquille at Glide
Warrenton at Creswell
Lowell at Nestucca

1A (8-Man):
Hosanna Christian at North Douglas
Oakridge at Bonanza
Chiloquin at Mapleton
Days Creek at Prospect Charter
Butte Falls/Crater Lake Charter at North Lake
Glendale at Mohawk
Elkton at Myrtle Point
Camas Valley at Falls City/Kings Valley Charter
Riddle at Perrydale

1A (6-Man):
Crow at Gilchrist
Jewell at McKenzie
Alsea at Triangle Lake

9/14 (All Non-League)
4A:
North Marion at Henley

1A (8-Man):
Triad at Yoncalla

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