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Lions Deliver From Outside

Allan Classen | March 21,2014

West Linn cruised to the 6A boys championship with three straight wins by double-figure margins. There was never much doubt that they were going to repeat as state champs.   They had four starters back from the 2013 team, a foursome that brought a total of seven seasons prior experience as starters....

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Oregon prep basketball players on NCAA tournament rosters

Andrew Millbrooke | March 16,2014

Oregon prep basketball players on NCAA tournament rosters

  Grant’s Moser and Newberg’s Braun ready for swan song in NCAA tourney   Seven former Oregon prep boys basketball players are currently on rosters of teams that qualified for the upcoming NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Two seniors, Oregon’s Mike Moser and North Dakota State’s Taylor Braun, are poised to play a big...

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Philomath Jumps On La Salle Early, Holds On For 4A State Title

| March 15,2014

Philomath Jumps On La Salle Early, Holds On For 4A State Title

Warriors Back Up Early Blitz By De Saulnier With Team Defense   Ben DeSaulnier showed why he's the best athlete in the state at the 4A level, and one of the best at any level, with a performance that led Philomath to as much as a 15 point lead in the first...

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Welcome to OregonPrepSports.net's coverage of the 2013 Oregon High School Baseball season!

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

Baseball Polls: none available yet

Please add your team's roster for 2013!

 

 


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.

Read more: 2013 2A Baseball Polls

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

Read more: Redmond And Bend Advance To 5A Semifinals

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.

 

Read more: South Claims Resers' Oregon All-Star Series

2012 Baseball All-State Teams

Below are all of the all-state teams for the 2012 season. Congratulations to all who were selected!

Read more: 2012 Baseball All-State Teams

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.

Read more: 2013 6A Baseball Polls

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.

Read more: Wilson-Dallas Baseball Rivalry Builds

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.

Read more: Dallas Survives Scare from Eagle Point

2012 4A Baseball All-Star Series

The 2012 Oregon 4A Baseball All-Star series will be played this weekend on Legion Field at Stewart Park in Roseburg, OR, the weekend of June 16 & 17.

 

There will be a 9 inning game Saturday night, beginning at 7 PM. Two more 7 inning games will follow on Sunday, with first pitch at noon.

 

Ticket prices at the stadium are $5.00 for high school students and adults, and $3.00 for elementary and middle school students.

 

Read more: 2012 4A Baseball All-Star Series

2013 3A Baseball Polls

3A Coaches Poll - 5/9/13

1 Glide (19-1) (6) 60
2 Cascade Christian (18-4) 48
3 Pleasant Hill (19-4) 47
4 Horizon Christian (17-3) 42
5 Valley Catholic (17-4) 38
6 Santiam Christian (18-5) 34
7 Bandon (13-4) 21
8 Blanchet Catholic (15-8) 12
9 Dayton (13-6) 11
10 Rainier (14-8) 8
Others: Clatskanie, Burns, Harrisburg

Read more: 2013 3A Baseball Polls

North Sweeps Reser’s 6A/5A Series

The North captured all three games last weekend in the Reser’s 6A/5A All-Star series played at Goss Stadium on the Oregon St. University campus in Corvallis.

 

Two prospective Oregon State baseball players made themselves comfortable in their future home in the nine inning series opener Saturday, as Jace Fry from Southridge tossed four shutout innings on his way to picking up the win, and shortstop Riley Wilkerson from West Linn drove in an insurance run in the eighth inning, as the North shutout the South 4-0.

 

Both have signed letters-of-intent to play at Oregon St, though it's not certain they'll be teammates come September. Wilkerson was not selected in last week’s major league draft, but Fry was taken in the ninth round by the Oakland A’s, and is still considering signing.

 

Read more: North Sweeps Reser’s 6A/5A Series