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North Marion 2019 4A Special District 2 League Champs!

| October 26,2019

North Marion 2019 4A Special District 2  League Champs!

How big was Friday night for The North Marion Huskies? Well let’s start with the first outright league Football title, in at least 60 years. 

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2018 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 4

Jeff Drumm | September 28,2018

2018 Premature Playoff Predictions, Week 4

It's time for another season of Premature Playoff Predictions. Much has changed about Oregon high school football in the past year, but I got my spreadsheets adjusted, and (assuming I didn't make any typos) I'm ready to start guessing at what will happen.   Game predictions are based on the Freeman rankings...

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NM/Woodburn- It's Back!

| September 13,2018

NM/Woodburn- It's Back!

What is Football without a great rival? One of the best ever is back in Northern Marion County! Photo Brent DeLaPaz Woodburn Independent Fall 1986- Pictured Woodburns Kit Cummings, and North Marions Kevin Pearson. Two good friends, who simply wore different uniforms.    The Woodburn/ North Marion rivalry, is one that stretches...

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Welcome to OregonPrepSports.net's coverage of the 2018 Oregon High School Baseball season!

OSAA Playoff Brackets: 6A  5A  4A  3A  2A/1A

 


2013 2A Baseball Polls

2A Coaches Poll - 4/2/13

1 Grant Union (6-2) (6) 60
2 Regis (4-5) 51
3 Knappa (6-2) (2) 45
4 East Linn Christian (4-2) 42
5 Weston-McEwen (4-2) 35
6 Portland Christian (3-3) 35
7 Kennedy (7-3) 19
8 Riddle (6-1) 17
9 Gold Beach (6-0) 15
10 Stanfield (4-4) 5
Others: Umpqua Valley Christian 16, Union 12, North Douglas 8, Gaston 6, Monroe 5, Oakland 5, Dufur 3, Lowell 3.

Redmond And Bend Advance To 5A Semifinals

The #3 ranked Redmond Panthers (21-6) hosted the defending Class 5-A Champion Wilson Trojans in the State Quarterfinals.

 

Redmond held a 3-1 lead going to the 5th inning behind left-handed pitcher Cordell McKinney when the Panthers bats came to life, and led them to a convincing 10-1 victory in front of the home Panthers crowd for what proved to be the last home game of the 2013 season.

 

REDMOND CROWD

REDMOND EXPLODES FOR 7-RUN 5TH INNING AIDED BY A 2-RUN DOUBLE HAMMERED OUT BY BRAYDEN BORDGES TO UNSEAT THE DEFENDING CHAMPION WILSON TROJANS

2014 Oregon 4A High School Baseball All Star Series

The 2014 Oregon 4A High School Baseball All Star Series takes place this weekend at historic Legion Field in Roseburg, pitting graduated 4A All-Stars, with the teams aligned in a North / South format.

 

Saturday, there will be a 9 inning game, with first pitch at 7 PM, with a double header of 7 inning games to follow on Sunday, starting at Noon.

2014 Resers Oregon All-Star Series This Weekend

The 2014 Resers' Oregon All-Star baseball All-Star series will take place this weekend, fittingly, at Reser Stadium, on the Oregon St. campus.

 

The series, which pits 6A & 5A graduated seniors from around the state, is in its 5th year since moving to Reser Stadium, and 57th overall, organizes the players into North and South teams.

 

Saturday featuers a double header, starting at 1 PM, with a single game Sunday at 10 AM to wrap up the weekend.

 

Reserved seats in the sections behind and closest to the plate are $10, with General Admission seats everywhere else in Goss Stadium priced at $6.

 

Rangers Win in Walk Off Fashion Against Braves

ESTACADA, OR - The Rangers were ready for this matchup. They had seen the Banks Braves last season the semi-finals. It was a tough matchup, but Estacada were victorious in a walk off base hit in the bottom of the 7th inning to get the win, 4-3.

 

The scoring started early for Estacada (4-2-1), as Senior starting pitcher Andy Avants singled. He would score on an error by Banks (3-3) pitcher Thomas Cook. Senior first baseman Levi Albrecht would walk, steal 2nd and 3rd, then slid into home safely on an error by the Braves catcher Blaine Herb. After the 1st, Estacada lead 2-0.

 IMG 4156Senior catcher Kodey James (21) holds off on his swing on a pitch.

 

Rangers Shine Badges on Cardinals Wings

 Sittner pitches almost perfection, Avants has 5 RBI’s in rout of Corbett

 

CORBETT, OR - The scoreboard was turned off during the 4th inning due to the score. It was an embarrassment to the home team and their fans, as the Rangers handled their business in the best way possible, a 19-0 shutout of league rival Corbett.

 

The scoring started very early for Estacada (8-3, 3-1 Tri-Valley Conference), as senior Levi Albrecht got an RBI groundout that allowed senior Andy Avants to score. Three more Ranger runs crossed the plate in the 2nd, as Avants singles and Albrecht tripled to deep center field, giving Estacada a 4-0 lead.

 

IMG 4672Senior Levi Albrecht (11) beats out the tag by Corbett's Matt Kreiger (9)

2013 6A Baseball Polls

6A Coaches Poll - 4/16/13

1 Clackamas (13-1) (6) 59
2 North Medford (12-2) (1) 49
3 Sheldon (11-3) 41
4 Lake Oswego (10-5) 36
5 Jesuit (9-4) 25
6 Westview (9-3) 24
7 Roseburg (10-3) 23
8 Thurston (10-3) 15
9 North Salem (11-3) 11
10 Grants Pass (11-3) 10
Others: West Salem 13, South Salem 5, South Medford 4, Tualatin 4, Tigard 3, Reynolds 1.

Wilson-Dallas Baseball Rivalry Builds

Wilson and Dallas are building a baseball rivalry, and this may be Dallas’ turn on top. The Dragons beat Wilson 5-1 on the road April 6, boosting their record to 9-1 as the defending 5A champions fell to 4-5.

 

Dallas scored in each of the first four innings while the Trojans were stymied by big righthander Jaret Peterson. Peterson hit two batters in the first inning but was in control the rest of the way, allowing three singles in five innings. He surrendered an unearned run in the fifth.

 

Peterson’s bat was also a factor as he singled twice and drove in two runs.

 

Wilson opened the season with four straight losses in a Scottsdale, Ariz., tournament and now has a 4-5 record.

 

Of course, last year the Trojans also dropped the first four games of the season before going on a tear and finishing 23-8. One of the losses was in extra innings to Dallas.

South Claims Resers' Oregon All-Star Series

The South All-Stars claimed the Oregon baseball All-Star series, sponsored by Resers', and hosted at Goss Stadium by the Corvallis Knights this past weekend. The series pits the top 5A and 6A graduated seniors from the metro Portland and Columbia Gorge areas as the North against those from the rest of the state as the South, in a best of three format.

 

The South won Saturday's first game 7-2, behind 3 scoreless innings pitched by Corvallis' Luher Ellenson. The South scored 3 runs in the 3rd inning to take a 4-2 lead, and then added 3 insurance runs in the 6th inning. Tualatin's Andrew Schlottman had a pair of hits, and scored once, and Jake Dufault of South Salem and John Carroll from Mt. View added doubles. Six different players had RBIs for the South.

 

Ellenson had 2 strikeouts in his 3 scoreless innings, and escaped a bases loaded jam with no outs in the 6th inning enroute to the win. South starter J.D. Abbas from Redmond allowed 2 unearned runs in 3 innings, and Tanner Hamilton from North Salem threw a scoreless 7th inning to close out the victory.

 

No one for the North had more than one hit.

 

Dallas Survives Scare from Eagle Point

The Dallas Dragons saved the best for last May 16 in pulling out a 6-5 victory against Eagle Point in a 5A baseball play-in game.

 

With Dallas trailing 5-3 with two outs in the bottom of the sixth, Eagle Point issued an intentional walk to put the tying run on base with Scott Schepige coming up. The big designated hitter drove a fastball over the leftfield fence to give Dallas its first lead of the day.

 

Schepige also drove in a run in the third inning, accounting for all of Dragons’ RBIs.

 

The lead looked short-lived when the lead-off batter in the top of the seventh singled and moved to third on a wild pitch. Reliever Josh Havig then struck out pitcher/leadoff hitter Brandon Wilson for the first out. Eagle Point tried a suicide squeeze, but Havig threw an outside pitch that the batter couldn’t put his bat on. Catcher Bret Moskal caught the pitched and ran down the runner trying to return to third base. It was a strikeout-tag-out, game-ending double play.