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by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Katie Barrons pitching, and hitting, helped Central Catholic stay close in some competitive recent softball games.
April 15, 2014

Prep Watch

by portland tribune
Benson’s baseball team broke through in a big and unprecedented way last week. The Techmen became the first team to claim a Portland Interscholastic League 5A series against Wilson. After losing…
April 15, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Tuesday, April 15 Prep baseball: In Portland Interscholastic League nonleague action, Benson faces Lincoln at Sckavone Stadium, and Cleveland is at Grant, 4:30 p.m. ... The Metro League slate…
April 15, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
PRO Blazers: It’ll be Portland-Houston in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Blazers have won 5 of 6 in April, with one regular-season game to go, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at home against the…
April 15, 2014

Two top teams, and questions

by Jason Vondersmith
Kelowna owned Portland during WHL regular season A lot of unknowns are prevalent as the Portland Winterhawks prepare to play the Kelowna Rockets in a highly anticipated Western Hockey League…
by: TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Kieran McDonagh has started at quarterback most of the past two seasons and is returning for his senior year at Portland State.
April 15, 2014

Offense has returning tools for another productive year

by Stephen Alexander
Vikings' coordinator likes stable of QBs, RBs, O-linemen Portland State’s offense has been the strength of the team since Bruce Barnum became the Vikings’ offensive coordinator in 2010. And…
April 15, 2014

National award honors local racquetball coach Ancheta

by Stephen Alexander
Teaching preps, playing show his passion for the game Brian Ancheta didn’t play racquetball until 1990. About that time, he got a job working at Cascade Athletic Clubs. In 1994, the head pro…
April 15, 2014

Timber notes

by Stephen Alexander
With the Portland Timbers yet to win a match this season, emotions are starting to boil over. Owner Merritt Paulson was involved in a fiery, Mark Cuban-esque verbal exchange with fans after…
April 15, 2014

Viking Watch

by portland tribune
The Portland State women’s golf team is preparing for the Big Sky Championships, Sunday through Tuesday at Ocotillo Golf Resort in Chandler, Ariz. “We need to focus on a few course management…
by: TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: KYLE GREEN - Ex-Portland/Houston star Clyde Drexler says he expects a 'great' series between the Blazers and Rockets.
April 17, 2014

'Worst possible series for me'

by Kerry Eggers
Drexler dissects Blazers-Rockets first-round playoff series Besides being a Hall-of-Famer, an NBA champion and a TV analyst for the Houston Rockets, Clyde “the Glide” Drexler has a vested…
April 15, 2014

PCC physics instructor honored at National Basketball Hall Of…

by Sergio Cisneros
(Oregon Public Broadcasting) — A Portland Community College physics instructor who helped develop the breakaway rim was honored Tuesday at the National Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield,…
April 14, 2014

Matthews' stamina vs. Warriors' strategy

by Corey Buchanan
Portland guard's defense cools Stephen Curry just enough to help Blazers prevail against Warriors For most of Sunday night, Stephen Curry got where he wanted, when he wanted against the Trail…
April 13, 2014

Blazers clinch no worse than No. 5 playoff spot in shootout with…

by Kerry Eggers
The Trail Blazers found out a couple of things Sunday night at the Moda Center. They learned Houston will be their first-round opponent in the playoffs. And it became clear that when it comes to…
April 13, 2014

No 'W' in Portland

by Stephen Alexander
Second-half Chivas USA goal earns 1-1 draw with winless Timbers The Portland Timbers continue to find ways not to win. Against Chivas USA on Saturday night, the Timbers looked as if they were…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Portland Shockwave QB Vernonia Ferguson gets loose on a scramble during the teams 20-14 win at the Fighting Fillies on Saturday night.
April 13, 2014

Shockwave make late stand to hold off Fillies

by David Ball
The Shockwave score on their first two possessions and never trail in a 20-14 win over the Fighting Fillies MILWAUKIE — The Portland Fighting Fillies were a few first downs away from scoring the…
April 12, 2014

Jed Lowrie healthy, and productive, for A's

by Kerry Eggers
SEATTLE — It sounds simple. Stay healthy, have a productive season. It's been easier said than done, though, for Oakland shortstop Jed Lowrie -- until last year. For the first time, the North…
HERNANDEZ
April 11, 2014

Felix, Mariners rule on 'Supreme Court' night

by Kerry Eggers
SEATTLE — It was a "Supreme Court" Friday night at Safeco Field, and the man of the hour was up to the task. "King Felix" Hernandez shut down Oakland on four hits through seven-plus innings and…
ROMERO
April 11, 2014

Wilsonville's Romero living a dream with Mariners

by Kerry Eggers
SEATTLE — There may be no more grateful major-league player than Seattle's Stefen Romero. "It's been surreal," the former Oregon State star and current Wilsonville resident said Friday before…
April 11, 2014

Winterhawks move on to main event -- West finals vs. Kelowna

by Kerry Eggers
The undercards are over. Now it's on to the main event. I understand that when the Winterhawks visit Kelowna, British Columbia, for next Friday's opener of their Western Hockey League playoff…
April 11, 2014

Winterhawks wrap up Royals series, at a price

by Jason Vondersmith
Powerful Kelowna next for Portland in WHL Western Conference finals When it came to hockey, Portland easily dispatched of Victoria on Thursday at the Moda Center, 5-1, and moved on to the…
April 10, 2014

In the end, Blazers do it D-Wright way

by Kerry Eggers
It had been awhile since Dorell Wright had hit a game-winning shot. "That's my first one since high school," Wright said after hitting the 3-point shot that carried the Trail Blazers to a 100-99…
April 10, 2014

Viking Watch

by portland tribune
Portland State goes to Greeley, Colo., this week for three Big Sky softball games against Northern Colorado (noon Friday doubleheader, noon Saturday game). The Vikings have dropped six…
April 10, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
Pro Timbers: Portland gave up a penalty kick in last week’s 4-4 draw with Seattle at Providence Park. That is four PKs allowed in the five matches; the Timbers gave up five all last season.…
BARDSLEY
April 10, 2014

Bardsley prepares to take next career step to WHL GM

by Jason Vondersmith
Wilson grad learning at the right hand of a proven winner The Portland Winterhawks’ success since 2008-09 can largely be attributed to Mike Johnston, the head coach and general manager, and his…
GRIMBLE
April 10, 2014

Grimble likes the climate as OSU builds team

by Kerry Eggers
Miami transfer expected to compete for starting D-line CORVALLIS — Dylan Wynn and Jalen Grimble go way back, to their time playing as seniors for high school powers — Wynn for De La Salle in…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Central Catholics Julia Johnson makes a forehand return on her way to a 6-2, 6-3 win in No. 2 singles Wednesday.
April 10, 2014

Central Catholic sets up tennis showdown

by David Ball
The Rams knock off Gresham 6-2 to stay perfect early in the league season Central Catholic relied on its doubles teams to keep pace with St. Mary’s atop the Mount Hood Conference girls tennis…
April 10, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Thursday, April 10 Prep baseball: The Portland Interscholastic League 5A has two league games — Roosevelt-Cleveland at Sckavone Stadium, and Franklin at Madison — both at 4:30 p.m. … Also at…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Central Catholic pitcher Katie Barron finished with 11 strikeouts in Tuesday nights 3-2 loss to reigning 5A champion Sandy.
April 09, 2014

Down to their last strike, Sandy rallies to beat Central

by David Ball
The Pioneers put together three straight hits to knock off Central Catholic 3-2 SANDY — Central Catholic had the reigning 5A champs on the ropes Tuesday night in a primetime matchup between two…
by: COURTESY OF BARRY SMITH - An architect's rendering shows how a 38,000-seat Major League Baseball stadium might fit into the Rose Quarter.
April 08, 2014

MLB enthusiasts make another pitch

by Kerry Eggers
Could new plan for a Rose Quarter stadium entice A's or another club? There’s a buzz throughout major-league baseball about Montreal regaining the franchise it lost when the Expos moved to…
April 08, 2014

Thunder Notes

by portland tribune
It didn’t take coach Matthew Sauk and the Portland Thunder brass long to call an audible at the all-important quarterback position. Two games into the team’s first Arena Football League season,…
April 08, 2014

Timbers Notes

by Stephen Alexander
The 2014 Portland Timbers made an early impression on the Seattle Sounders on Saturday. Scoring four goals on a team will tend to do that. The Sounders rallied with two goals in the final five…
April 08, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Tuesday, April 8 Winterhawks: Game 4 of the Portland-Victoria best-of-seven WHL playoff series is on the Royals’ ice, 7 p.m. (CSNNW). College baseball: The Portland Pilots visit Oregon’s PK…
April 08, 2014

Pellum had no designs on leaving

by Stephen Alexander
New coordinator pushes Ducks to be intense on defense EUGENE — Don Pellum, the Oregon Ducks’ new defensive coordinator, says he had opportunities years ago to take on that role at other schools.…
April 08, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
Pro Blazers: Portland is down to its final four games before the NBA playoffs, with the team is likely to face Houston in the first round. The Blazers’ next game is at home against Sacramento, 7…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Parkrose Highs Max Denning pumps up his teammates in a home game last week.
April 08, 2014

Broncos end long, losing baseball ride

by Kerry Eggers
New coach Fogle, Parkrose embark on improvement process Parkrose baseball is on the rise. To be clear, the program had no direction to go but up after an 0-24 season last spring. But first-year…
April 08, 2014

Beavers hope to do some scrimmaging

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — News from Monday's Oregon State practice session at Tommy Prothro Field … • Overcast skies gave way to sun as the Beavers' workout ended, bringing a smile to coach Mike Riley's face.…
by: COURTESY OF CAL ATHLETICS - Lauren Greif went from Lincoln High to the Cal Bears, where she had numerous basketball battles against perennial power Stanford. Now she works for the Cardinal.
April 08, 2014

Gig with ex-rival works for Greif

by corey buchanan
Former Lincoln star part of powerful Stanford program Sometimes you’ve got to work with the best to be the best ... even if the best is your alma mater’s biggest rival. Lauren Greif, former…
April 07, 2014

EGGERS: The latest news on Drexler, Glickman, Schonely, Miller,…

by Kerry Eggers
Bouncing between subjects as we begin another busy sports week … • Wonder how athletic directors of the southern schools feel when they see Washington, Oregon State, Washington State and Oregon…
April 07, 2014

Pelicans' Darius Miller enjoys rooting Kentucky home

by corey buchanan
New Orleans lost a tight game to the Blazers on Sunday night, but Pelicans starters Anthony Davis and Darius Miller got to see Kentucky, their college team, advance to the NCAA finals the night…
April 06, 2014

A night to celebrate (sort of) as Blazers win 50, clinch playoffs

by Kerry Eggers
There are four regular-season games yet to play and a playoff run that the Trail Blazers hope will be long and successful still ahead. Even so, Portland's 100-94 victory over New Orleans Sunday…
by: COURTESY OF JOHN LARIVIERE - Portland's Diego Chara scores the first of his two goals Saturday against Seattle.
April 08, 2014

Four goals, one point for Timbers

by Stephen Alexander
Sounders spoil Portland's offensive breakthrough For more than a month, Portland Timbers coach Caleb Porter had been saying that the Timbers would eventually open the proverbial offensive…

Don't miss the local news

by: COURTESY OF JOHN LARIVIERE - Seattle's Clint Dempsey gives a playful hug to Portland goalkeeper Andrew Weber after scoring a goal in the 85th minute that pulled the Sounders to within 3-2 against the Timbers.
Apr 06, 2014

Dempsey delivers for Sounders

by corey buchanan
Straight off a PDX runway and still recovering from a grueling international match for the U.S. national team, Clint Dempsey came into Saturday's Seattle-Portland clash facing a severe incline.…
Apr 05, 2014

Winterhawks give Victoria a Royal flush

by Kerry Eggers
I'm not sure if this is the greatest team in the Winterhawks' 38-year history. Memorial Cup championship squads of 1983 and '98, plus Western Hockey League kingpin clubs of 1982 and 2013, would…
Apr 05, 2014

Streaking Winterhawks take 2-0 series lead

by Jason Vondersmith
With Portland scoring 14 goals in the first two playoff games against one of the Western Hockey League's best defensive teams, it's hard to imagine anybody slowing down the Winterhawks. The…
Brendan Leipsic of the Portland Winterhawks celebrates a goal by Oliver Bjorkstrand in the second period.
Apr 05, 2014

Winterhawks 8, Royals 2

by portland tribune
The Portland Winterhawks took a 1-0 lead in their playoff series with the Victoria Royals on Friday. The Hawks won 8-2 at Memorial Coliseum. Game 2 of the best-of-seven Western Hockey League…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Portlands Hollie Petrie gets loose on a scramble for a first down during the first half Saturday.
Apr 06, 2014

Fighting Fillies get off to a flying start

by David Ball
Portland puts up three touchdowns in the first half on its way to a 37-0 win over Utah MILWAUKIE — The Portland Fighting Fillies faced little resistance Saturday night in a 37-0 win over the…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: PARKER LEE - Winterhawks goalie Brendan Burke turned away 25 shots during the teams 8-2 win over Victoria to open the Western Conference semifinals Friday night.
Apr 08, 2014

Winterhawks pummel Royals

by Parker Lee
The Winterhawks pound Victoria 8-2 to take Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals Not even a nine-day lay-off could cool off the red-hot Winterhawks. Portland showed no signs of rustiness…
Apr 04, 2014

Its 'Green Week' in NBA, and Gerald proves it against Blazers

by Kerry Eggers
The Trail Blazers seem likely to face either the Houston Rockets or the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Good thing the first-round opponent won't be the Phoenix…
by: COURTESY OF BRYAN HEIM - Paul Bittner, from Crookston, Minn., gives the Winterhawks some size on a forward line loaded with quickness and skill, and Bittner, 17, figures to have an even bigger impact on the team in years to come.
Apr 03, 2014

Hawks' Bittner shows big potential

by Jason Vondersmith
Young forward has matured, wants to make it to the NHL His linemate and coach say the same thing about second-year forward Paul Bittner of the Portland Winterhawks: He’s good now, he’ll only get…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ  - Wilson shortstop Brendan Freeman fields the ball as Lincolns Nate Ostmo slides into second base at Gabriel Park. Lincoln won Mondays nonleague PIL game 10-6.
Apr 03, 2014

Prep Watch

by portland tribune
Lincoln High got the better of Portland Interscholastic League rival Wilson 10-6 Monday in a nonleague baseball game at Gabriel Park. Fifth-year Lincoln coach Roy Herder says the Cardinals, are…
by: COURTESY OF BETH MUMFORD - Malachi Madson of Portland Christian is back in the game one year after he was critically injured and his father was killed when a car hit them on their motorcycle. Madson spent two months (right) in hospitalized recovery.
Apr 03, 2014

After traumatic year, Madson is back in game

by Kerry Eggers
Portland Christian outfielder has 'amazing' recovery from crash that killed dad Malachi Madson was doing his thing with Portland Christian High on its annual spring baseball trip to Arizona last…
Apr 03, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
Pro Blazers: Five of Portland’s six remaining regular-season games are at home, and the road game is at Utah on April 11. The finale is April 16 against Golden State. Winterhawks: Portland and…
by: COURTESY OF KARL MAASDAM - Oregon State running back Chris Brown will get a serious look at future playing time during the Beavers spring camp.
Apr 03, 2014

Greater depth at running back could give OSU bigger edge

by Kerry Eggers
Spring ball will give Beavers chance to test four prospects CORVALLIS — There may be no more competitive position during spring practice at Oregon State than at running back. And the battle for…
Apr 03, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Thursday, April 3 Prep baseball: Roosevelt at Franklin, Jesuit at Tualatin, David Douglas at Parkrose, 4:30 p.m. ... Central Catholic at West Linn, 6:30 p.m. Prep softball: Wilson-Cleveland at…
by: JEFF GOODMAN / FILE - Canby resident Roger Moore, 85, set a world bench-press record for his age group and weight class March 15 in Portland during a sanctioned weightlifting competition.
Apr 03, 2014

Roger Moore, 85, breaks world record in bench press

by Jeff Goodman
When the weightlifting competition was over, Roger Moore could call himself something he could never before: a world record-holder. The 85-year-old Canby man set a new standard for his age group…
by: COURTESY OF SCOBEL WIGGINS - Oregon State center fielder Jeff Hendrix has been a key player this year for the Beavers.
Apr 02, 2014

Walk-on Hendrix in the center of things at Oregon State

by Kerry Eggers
If Oregon State is to make it to the College World Series for the fifth time in a decade, Jeff Hendrix will play a major role. It's an amazing statement about a walk-on from Class 3A Santiam…
Apr 01, 2014

QB Del Rio makes impression at Oregon State

by Kerry Eggers
Beavers learning a lot from new offensive coordinator John Garrett CORVALLIS -- From Monday's first day of spring football practice at the Truax Center … • Quarterback Luke Del Rio threw his…
Apr 01, 2014

Injuries take toll on Pilots baseball

by Kerry Eggers
Chris Sperry slumped into a chair in his cubbyhole office at the Chiles Center Tuesday night. Sperry has suffered a lot of losing during his 17 years as the University of Portland's baseball…
Apr 01, 2014

Thunder Notes

by Steve Brandon
The plan is for quarterback Nathan Enderle to get his first start and for ex-Oregon Duck star Darron Thomas to come off the bench when the Portland Thunder visit the Los Angeles KISS at 7 p.m.…
Apr 01, 2014

Winterhawks Notes

by portland tribune
The Victoria (48-20-1-3, 100 points) vs. Portland (54-13-2-3, 113 points), best-of-seven Western Conference playoff series starts 7 p.m. Friday at Memorial Coliseum and 7 p.m. Saturday at the…
Apr 01, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Tuesday, April 1 Blazers: Portland had Monday off before taking on the faltering Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center. The Lake Show and Utah Jazz are basically at the bottom of the Western…
Apr 01, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
Pro Blazers: Pundits had Portland free-falling out of the NBA playoffs just one week ago, forgetting all about LaMarcus Aldridge, as well as the up-and-down nature of just about every team in…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAN BROOD - Central Catholic High sophomore Sam Muskat delivers a pitch against Tigard.
Apr 01, 2014

Prep Watch

by portland tribune
Baseball and softball are off to promising starts at Central Catholic High. The baseball team, young but experienced, took a 3-1-1 record into the week. The softball squad, which also has a mix…
HOLLINS
Apr 01, 2014

Hollins keeps life, NBA in perspective

by Kerry Eggers
Life is uncomplicated for Lionel Hollins these days. The former Trail Blazers guard and NBA head coach is working as a studio analyst for NBA-TV and hosts a two-day-a-week NBA talk show on…
by: TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Trail Blazers center Joel Freeland defends Orlando Magic shooting guard Victor Oladipo during a game in early January at Moda Center. Freeland, who has been sidelined since Feb. 11 with a sprained knee ligament, has pushed back his probable return until the NBA playoffs.
Apr 01, 2014

Freeland eyes playoff return

by Kerry Eggers
Second-year center is no longer a bit player in Blazers' offense In recent weeks, Joel Freeland has told those who asked that he hoped to return to active duty with the Trail Blazers over the…
Mar 30, 2014

Blazers moving in right direction as playoffs approach

by Kerry Eggers
Don't look now, but it appears as if the Trail Blazers might be coming together at just the right time. Portland's trending in the right direction continued with its easier-than-it-sounds 105-98…
by: COURTESY OF MEG WILLIAMS - Robinson Cano takes over at second base this season for the Seattle Mariners.
Mar 30, 2014

Reynolds' call: Tigers over Nationals in WS

by Kerry Eggers
Fox Sports analyst sees fierce AL East, better M's Harold Reynolds' new gig starts Saturday, when he teams with Joe Buck and Tom Verducci for Fox Sports' telecast of the 1 p.m. Los Angeles-San…
Mar 29, 2014

EGGERS: A few questions and comments for Bob De Carolis…

by Kerry Eggers
I suppose we could all take at face value what Bob De Carolis had to tell Beaver Nation about Craig Robinson in his Friday statement. Or we could shrug our shoulders and say the Oregon State…
by: COURTESY OF BRYAN HEIM - Adam Rossignol (right), taking a faceoff, is one of the Portland Winterhawks three 20-year-old players, but he sees much less playing time than most of his younger teammates.
Mar 27, 2014

Seldom-played oldie is a goodie

by Jason Vondersmith
Rossignol a rarity: Overage player used sparingly by Hawks A year ago, the Portland Winterhawks rode the play of several players to the Western Hockey League championship, and none more than…
Mar 27, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Thursday, March 27 Blazers: Portland's next-to-last stop on an Eastern Conference road trip is at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m. PT, (CSNNW). Prep baseball: Wilson is at Sierra in San Mateo, Calif., 4 p.m.…
Mar 27, 2014

Quakers want repeat of smashing success

by Steve Brandon
Defending PIL 5A champs open with victory over Wilson Advantage, Franklin. Again. The Quakers’ boys tennis team is picking up where it left off last year, when Franklin captured its first…
by: COURTESY OF JOHN LARIVIERE - Shae Nelson, a Portland State freshman, shifted to the left side of the plate as a hitter while at Southridge High, transferred from Oregon State to PSU earlier this school year and has moved from shortstop to second base as a full-time starter for the Vikings.
Mar 27, 2014

Three switches, one big hit

by Stephen Alexander
Freshman second baseman adds some punch to PSU 'family' Throughout her career in youth softball, Shae Nelson was just like most of the other players — she threw right-handed and batted…
Mar 27, 2014

EGGERS: Get well wishes to Harry Glickman

by Kerry Eggers
Knocking things about a bit on the sports front ... • Trail Blazers patriarch Harry Glickman is recovering nicely at Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon from the March 7 stroke that has affected…
Mar 25, 2014

Winterhawks

by portland tribune
Portland leads Vancouver 2-0 in their first-round Western Hockey League playoff series, after winning 4-3 and 3-0 on home ice last weekend. The best-of-seven series continues at 7 p.m. Tuesday…
Mar 25, 2014

PDX Sports

by portland tribune
Tuesday, March 25 Blazers: Portland is on a five-game, eight-day Eastern Conference trip, and game No. 2 is at Orlando, 4 p.m. PT (CSNNW). It follows a Monday night game at Miami. Winterhawks:…
Mar 25, 2014

Status Report

by portland tribune
Pro Blazers: Portland went into the week still without injured forward LaMarcus Aldridge, but that could change soon, as the Blazers attempt to hold on to the No. 5 playoff spot and a potential…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Lincoln High's Maggie Clapp makes a run for home after a missed throw to third base by Beaverton. The Cardinals won the nonleague game 13-11 at Delta Park last week.
Mar 25, 2014

PrepWatch

by portland tribune
Coming off the best softball season in school history, the Lincoln Cardinals have a new coach but plenty of experience. Lincoln got off to a 1-1 start last week under former Cards all-PIL second…
by: COURTESY OF DAVE NISHITANI - Michael Conforto's bat and overall play continue to be one of the strengths for Oregon States baseball team, but the little things the Beavers failed to execute cost them a home series last week against Arizona State.
Mar 25, 2014

Casey: 'We'll find out how tough they are'

by Kerry Eggers
After dropping ASU series, Beavers say losing unacceptable CORVALLIS — Starting pitching is not an issue for Oregon State. Nearly everything else is as the Beavers head into a busy week that…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: PARKER LEE - Portland QB Nathan Enderle fires a pass out of his own end zone during the Thunders 40-36 home loss to Iowa on Monday night.
Mar 25, 2014

Thunder fall in final minute

by Parker Lee
Portland Thunder quarterback Darron Thomas got the situation every signal caller dreams about – a chance to lead a winning drive in the final minute. Thomas and the Thunder had 48 seconds to go…
Mar 23, 2014

ASU pulls out series win over Beavers

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — Oregon State is looking for a number of things after losing a Pac-12 series at home to unranked Arizona State. Coach Pat Casey had a checklist that included fundamentals, hitting,…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Brendan Leipsic scores the Portland Winterhawks' first goal of the 2014 Western Hockey League playoffs. A late third-period goal by Oliver Bjorkstrand lifted the Hawks to a 4-3 win against the Vancouver Giants on Friday night at Moda Center.
Mar 21, 2014

Hawks avert disaster, score late to claim playoff opener

by Kerry Eggers
The puck can bounce funny in a hockey game. Sometimes they go your way. Sometimes they don't. The Winterhawks had a little of both Friday night, but got one when they needed it most in a 4-3…