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Brought to you by Adam East - Alberta Rose Theatre - LIVE SHOWS INSIDER -


ALBERTA ROSE THEATRE - Adam EastStart your summer with a Dolly Parton tribute night and a contemporary high-octane Mexican fiddling band at the Alberta Rose Theatre.

June 25

Local musicians will belt out favorites from country music legend Dolly Parton during the evening’s Dolly Parton Hoot Night. Performers include: Lenore, Gerle Haggard Band, The Dolly Partners, Ashleigh Flynn, April Brown, Karyn Ann, Rocky Butte Wranglers, Malachi Graham. 8 p.m.

June 26

Portland-based singer-songwriter Edna Vazquez brings her fusion of Mexican traditions with modern sounds, sharing the evening with the Villalobos Brothers, a contemporary high-octane Mexican fiddling band. 7:30 p.m.

July 8

Stomp along with Austin-based high-energy bluegrass quintet Whiskey Shivers. Bohemian country music songwriter, Amanda Richards, and Dead Remedy's Aaron Baca will also perform this evening. 8 p.m.

July 10

A screening of the film Malheur: Seasons of Change includes a live performance by Skip vonKuske, who scored the film’s soundtrack. The evening highlights the release of the enhanced DVD and Live Soundtrack CD of the film. 7 p.m.

July 11

Storytelling singer-songwriter Slaid Cleaves returns to Portland to share his thought-provoking American folk music this evening. 8 p.m.

July 12

With her eclectic sound that draws from classical, folk, pop, jazz, and Americana music, pianist and singer-songwriter Vienna Teng is sure to entertain you. Justin Klump joins her for this performance. 8 p.m.

Alberta Rose Theatre

3000 NE Alberta St, Portland OR 97211

(503) 719-6055

www.albertarosetheatre.com

Brought to you by David Anchel - Elmer's Flag & Banner, Kites Too! - FLAG, BANNER, KITE INSIDER -


ELMER'S FLAG & BANNER, KITES TOO! - David AnchelIf you’ve ever seen a U.S. soldier in full uniform, you may have wondered why the flag patch on their right shoulder is affixed “backwards.”

In other words, why is the star field on the right-hand corner of the flag, rather than the left?

The answer has everything to do with the rectangular subset of the American flag that has 50 white stars and blue backing. It’s typically called the “union” or canton.

According to the flag code, when worn on either the left or right shoulder, the American flag patch should face forward (to the observer’s right). Per the Department of Defense, this “gives the effect of the flag flying in the breeze as the wearer moves forward.”

If that still doesn’t make sense, imagine a normal standard bearer marching forward while carrying the American flag. The star field would come first, followed by the red and white bars. Anything else would look absurd.

Bonus flag trivia: Can tearing an American flag ever be done respectfully? Consider the story of Robert E. Peary, the first person to reach the geographic North Pole. Like any good explorer, Peary planted a U.S. flag there.

But Peary actually made several attempts to reach the North Pole, and tore off scraps of the flag at each of his successive “farthest norths.” Thus, we remember Peary as the only man in history to be honored for ripping up an American flag.

Elmer’s Flag & Banner, Kites Too!

1332 NE Broadway Portland, OR 97232

(503) 282-1214

www.elmersflag.com

Brought to you by Dr. Ryan A. Gorger, O.D. - The Portland Clinic - MEDICAL INSIDER -


THE PORTLAND CLINIC  - Dr. Ryan A. Gorger, O.D.During this time of year, we often get out and about more frequently with the wonderful summer weather. With just a little fore "sight" and preparation, you can reduce the potential of harming your eyes.

Wearing protective eyewear. With the Fourth of July coming up, it is just as important to protect your eyes from fireworks! I routinely see eye injuries from fireworks that can have potentially sight-threatening complications. Be sure to follow the firework manufacturer's recommendations and wear safety eyewear when igniting any fireworks. If you are unsure of the proper safety eyewear for the activity, ask your eye doctor for recommendations.

Sun protection. Just as you would protect your skin from the damaging ultraviolet rays from the sun that can cause a sunburn, you should protect your eyes as well. It is important to wear sunglasses that block 99 to 100 percent of both UV-A and UV-B light rays. This will help protect you from getting a sunburn on your eyes. It can also help to prevent early development of cataracts and macular degeneration.

Annual eye exams. Having a yearly eye exam is the best way to make sure your vision and eye health is doing well. There are many eye diseases that do not necessarily have any symptoms until permanent damage is done. Early identification and intervention is the key to managing any disease and this is just as true with our eyes.

The Portland Clinic

800 SW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

(503) 223-3113

www.theportlandclinic.com

Brought to you by Marshall Smith - Parr Lumber - BUILDING MATERIALS INSIDER -


PARR LUMBER - Marshall SmithWith Father’s Day this weekend, now is the time to get the dad in your life something he will love and that will bring the family together all year round.

A new Traeger or Green Mountain barbeque grill from Parr Lumber is the perfect gift for every father.

Traeger and Green Mountain are renowned for their exceptional quality and superb food. These grills are great for cooking everything from the perfect hamburger to the best Thanksgiving turkey you’ve ever had.

With a Traeger grill, you have the freedom to cook up healthy and delicious wood-fired food every day of the week. You can smoke, bake, grill, roast, braise and barbeque almost anything on a Traeger. A Traeger grill transforms simple recipes into memorable meals.

If you want the option to control grilling time and monitor temperatures from your smart phone, Green Mountain offers Wi-Fi grills. Parr Lumber features several Green Mountain and Traeger grills for every budget.

Stop in today and speak with one of our experts to get a gift that will inspire the entire family. You can also go to parr.com to see the latest products and a schedule of the many customer appreciation barbeque cookouts that Parr Lumber will be hosting this summer.

Parr Lumber

We have 10 locations in the Portland area.

Visit our website to find one near you.

1-866-214-7277

parr.com

Brought to you by Dr. Michael Davis - Northwest Women's Clinic - WOMEN'S HEALTH INSIDER -


NORTHWEST WOMEN'S CLINIC - Dr. Michael DavisA popular method of pain control for labor is an epidural. This method is always elective, and not for everyone. However, in our patient population, just over 90 percent of our patients will have an epidural during labor.

Preparing for an epidural involves an interview with an anesthesia professional: either an anesthesiologist or a certified nurse anesthetist. The interview will include a review of your personal health information, the risks and benefits of the procedure, alternatives and answer your questions about the procedure.

Your anesthesia provider will give you an injection of lidocaine in the skin of the back. While this feels like a bee sting at first, the rest of the procedure is relatively pain free. Most patients get a button to control extra doses of the medicine as needed during labor.

The overall goal of the epidural is to differentially numb the type of nerves that carry temperature and pain messages to the brain. Ideally, the nerves that carry light touch, position and movement messages are NOT affected, or affected minimally.

Because the type of medication that is used is placed in a tiny space around the spinal column, there is very little absorption of the medication into the systemic circulation, and therefore the baby. As a result, the epidural can be used from active labor through the delivery and any needed repair after delivery.

Look for the next article: Surprising facts about epidurals.

Northwest Women’s Clinic

11750 SW Barnes Road, Suite 300

2222 NW Lovejoy St., Suite 619

(503) 416-9922

www.nwwc.com

Brought to you by Jennifer Cook-Buman - Living Right Senior Placement - SENIOR PLACEMENT INSIDER -


LIVING RIGHT SENIOR PLACEMENT - Jennifer Cook-BumanThey may be worth every penny, but the cost of a senior living community can quickly add up. Thankfully, two government programs are designed to provide health and medical services to all citizens, regardless of income level.

Read on for the key differences between Medicare and Medicaid.

Medicare

Similar to private health insurance, Medicare is great for reducing or eliminating the cost of certain prescription medications, doctor appointments and hospitalizations. After hospitalization, Medicare will usually pay for a skilled nursing for the purpose of rehabilitation, and often physical and/or occupational therapy and home health nurses to visit you at home, but only for a limited time.

Unfortunately, Medicare is intended only for short-term care, and generally does not pay for extended periods of treatment, including independent, assisted living, adult care homes or memory care communities.

Medicaid

Unlike Medicare, Medicaid can and regularly does pay for long-term senior living care, though certain requirements apply. In general, Medicaid recipients must show that they are low income, facing medical expenses that exceed their income and that they have already spent their virtually all of their savings and assets. There is a five year “look-back” period to prevent people from gifting all of their money away to be able to qualify for Medicaid.

At this point, Medicaid benefits can pay for long-term care, as well as alternatives like in-home care or assisted living. Not every senior community has a contract with Medicaid, so it’s important to know what your financial situation is, as well as if the community has the contract, if you anticipate the need.

Want more information? Placement professional Jennifer Cook-Buman can help anyone hack through the red tape and discover their new home. Contact Living Right Senior Placement today for a free consultation.

Living Right Senior Placement

P.O. Box 534, West Linn, Oregon 97068

(503) 780-7353

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Brought to you by Griffin Hampson - Cartridge-Network - PRINTER, INK & TONER INSIDER -


CARTRIDGE-NETWORK - Griffin HampsonAny inkjet printer with four or more “tank” ink cartridges has a separate printhead. Cartridges lock into the printer’s carriage feeding ink to the printhead.

This differs from the two-cartridge system; a black and a tri-color cartridge, where the printhead is a physical component of each cartridge.

Guess what? Tank-style printheads clog up. Lots of use, little use or general use. They clog up.

So, all Brother, Epson, Canon and HP printers with four or more cartridges have a printhead which needs to be cleaned periodically.

At Cartridge Network’s store we ask customers purchasing tank-style cartridges if they clean their printer’s printheads. Maybe 15 percent say they do. Ten percent know about it but don’t and 75 percent look at us as if we’re nuts.

We go over a handout with short instructions for each type of printer and give it to them. Come in or call us for a copy.

One can clean the printhead directly from the printer or from one’s computer. A test page is the first step indicating if all the nozzles are printing correctly or clogged. If clogged, do a “deep clean.” If they are severely clogged, you may have to repeat the process many times.

If they become too clogged you will be looking for a new printer. Really? We recycle several printers daily which are old or have clogged printheads. We probably have a good new printer waiting for you.

Why do we go to these lengths explaining printhead clearing? Because so many people come in with print quality samples or their actual printers. Most are astonished by the process. So easy. Once they’re aware and clean periodically, everyone’s life is easier.

Yes, you will use a little ink, but doing so sure beats having a poor print when you are actually trying to print something.

As a full-service independent, non-franchise operation located in Raleigh Hills, on the Portland – Beaverton border, Cartridge Network sells and services printers and copiers. “We stock several dozen different printer models (inkjet and laser) and copiers too. We focus on a buyer’s needs and then explore alternatives to best meet their needs.” We stock several thousand different cartridges. Shipping is free.

Cartridge-Network

6800 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland, OR 97225

(503) 246-0665

www.cartridge-network.com

Brought to you by Jan Nielsen - Nielsen's Jewelers - JEWELRY INSIDER -


NIELSEN'S JEWELERS - Jan NielsenTraditional views of pearls are shifting, and with good reason. New shapes, colors and affordable prices mean that the pearls at Nielsen’s Jewelers can fit anyone’s style.

Much like amber, coral and ivory, pearl is a naturally occurring organic gem. Unlike mineral gems, pearls require no cutting or polishing to uncover their brilliance. Pearls are produced by mollusks (such as oysters, clams or mussels) and are actually meant as a defense mechanism. Today, most pearls are cultivated on pearl farms.

At Nielsen’s, we hand pick our pearls for luster, natural brilliance and three-dimensional glow. Any pearl that appears too chalky or dull indicates low quality.

Pearls will always be a great complement to “girly” attire, but their versatility makes them appropriate in almost any setting. We tell our customers all the time, “forget the country club stigma and find your own pearl look.”

For the Bohemian look, try layering your pearls with other materials, like a silver or gold chain—or stack them with our Leather Story wrap bracelets. For a more whimsical style, try a strand of Nielsen’s unique square or petal pearls, available in natural hues of purple, pink, orange and gold. For a chic look, try our long strand of black Tahitian pearls mixed with sparkling black spinel.

Pearls can take you from the boardroom meeting to the downtown nightclub, and everywhere inbetween. Stop by Nielsen’s for a look at our incredible collection today!

Nielsen’s Jewelers

825 NE Multnomah St # 280, Portland, OR 97232

(503) 234-1614

www.nielsensjewelers.com

Brought to you by Laura Bitts, M.D. - The Portland Clinic - MEDICAL INSIDER -


THE PORTLAND CLINIC - Laura Bitts, M.D.After two decades of increasing use of OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin and other opioid pain medicines in the United States, new studies are finding that these drugs are associated with far more harm than previously understood. In Oregon, the majority of drug-overdose deaths are now linked to prescription opioids.

Short-term use of opioids can be helpful for acute pain, but the research to date has found no good evidence that opioids improve pain or function when used long term. In addition to these risks of addiction and overdose, opioids can have far-reaching effects on your body and brain. They may cause or worsen depression, sleep problems, cardiovascular disease and low testosterone. They may reduce your ability to function socially or at work. And for many people, they actually increase sensitivity to pain.

Some people—particularly those with a history of depression, trauma or addiction to alcohol or other substances—are at especially high risk. One study found that 47 percent of people on opioids for 30 days will still be on them three years later. Addiction is a serious health issue, not a personal failing, that can and should be treated.

Your doctor can help you explore the approaches that might work best for you depending on your individual pain issues. Three that work very well for many people are non-opioid pain medications, physical therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. It’s well worth a conversation with your doctor.

The Portland Clinic

800 SW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

(503) 223-3113

www.theportlandclinic.com

Brought to you by Marshall Smith - Parr Lumber - BUILDING MATERIALS INSIDER -


PARR LUMBER - Marshall SmithWith weather warming up and summer just around the corner, it’s time to start planning to repair, stain or build a new fence. Fences provide security, safety and curb appeal. There are many options for fences and accessories and your local Parr Lumber store has the products, displays, expertise and resources to make this project a summer breeze.

Parr Lumber’s western red cedar fencing is beautiful, affordable and easy to install. Cedar boards are available in multiple styles like square top or the attractive notched “dog-ear” fencing and also come in multiple sizes and several quality grades. Cedar is sustainably harvested and requires very little maintenance. Although not required, most people choose to stain their wood fences with a high-quality stain like the Superdeck or Penofin brand. Protecting your fence with a high-quality wood stain will increase the life of your fence and maintain the look.

Although wood is the most common, there are other options for a fence depending on your specific need. Decorative iron fences by Fortress or chain link barriers are also very common when superior strength and security are the main objective.

Building or replacing a fence at your home will increase the value of the home and provide instant privacy. Come see an expert at Parr Lumber today, they will help you make your new fence project easy and something you will be proud to show the neighbors.

Parr Lumber

We have 10 locations in the Portland area.

Visit our website to find one near you.

1-866-214-7277

parr.com

Brought to you by Julia and Mike Werner - Advanced Energy Services - WINDOWS, DOORS & SOLAR INSIDER -


ADVANCED ENERGY SERVICES - Julia and Mike WernerWhat if you could change the look and feel of your home, save a ton of money on your heating and cooling bills and, best of all, get the government to subsidize the cost? It may sound like a fantasy—but it’s really true!

It works like this. Over the past few years, window manufacturers have developed new quadruple-coated Low-E glass (the “e” stands for emissivity). In essence, Low-E glass reflects thermal energy, allowing visible light in while keeping heat out, all thanks to a special veneer.

Now the Energy Trust of Oregon was already paying consumers about $1.75 per square foot of glass to install energy-efficient windows in their homes and businesses. But these new windows are even more efficient, bumping up your rebate to $4 per square foot. In the typical home, this can amount to $1,000 to $1,200 in reduced costs! When you factor in the savings over time on your utilities, installation literally pays for itself.

But before you rush off to go hire a contractor, remember that who installs your windows matters just as much as the make and manufacturer. I’ve had my contractor’s license since 1977, and I’ve overseen more than 20,000 installations throughout my career. At Advanced Energy Services, we provide our customers with professionally trained window experts that ensure the highest level of quality, knowledge and professionalism.

So why wait? Schedule your free in-home consultation with Advanced Energy Services today!

Advanced Energy Services

9150 SW Pioneer Ct, Suite D, Wilsonville, OR 97070

(503) 825-0335

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Brought to you by Ken Mitchell-Phillips - The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips - LEGAL INSIDER -


THE LAW OFFICES OF KEN MITCHELL-PHILLIPS - Ken Mitchell-PhillipsAn experienced business attorney is crucial for creating a strong foundation for your business partnership. Without a written partnership agreement, your business will lack a clear outline of what roles, obligations and rewards are due to each partner.

Here are five things you can do to protect yourself when forming a business partnership.

Put everything in writing. When it comes to revenue sharing, intellectual property rights and start-up cost repayment, don’t assume a “handshake” deal will be honored years or even decades later. Use a trusted business attorney to create a legally-binding partnership agreement.

Have a long-term plan. Disagreeing on (or not even discussing) the long-term goals of your business partnership is practically failure by design. Having a comprehensive growth strategy helps you prepare for the future—and anticipate future headaches.

Consider a limited partnership. In a traditional partnership agreement, both partners assume liability (read: responsibility) for the actions of the other. A limited partnership narrows your liability to your own actions.

Make it uneven. Every business needs a boss, including business partnerships. A 60-40 or even 70-30 ownership split ensures that deadlocks will be broken and final decisions made.

Create an exit strategy. In the case of a break up, your partnership agreement should stipulate procedures for buying out a partner, splitting company property and sharing closing expenses.

For more information on drafting partnership agreements, contact The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips today!

The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips, P.C.

1217 NE Burnside Rd, Suite 801, Gresham, OR 97080

1-888-335-0161

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TURGEON
June 30, 2016

Turgeon has much to say on Layman

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS Notes, quotes and observations about our sporting world … • Maryland coach Mark Turgeon is hardly an unbiased observer. But if you’re asking for a read on former Terrapin forward Jake Layman — the Trail Blazers’ recent…
COURTESY: JERRY ALLEN - Jerry Allen, voice of the Oregon Ducks, says it's 'pretty cool 'to be involved in college sports.
June 30, 2016

ANSWERING CALL TO ACTION

by Kerry Eggers
Duck, Beaver on-air announcers bring color to games/ Jerry Allen and Mike Parker are legends in the state’s sportscasting lore. Allen, 68, has been the University of Oregon’s play-by-play radio announcer for football and basketball since 1987 and…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Mike Johnston, who will be back behind the bench next season as coach and general manager of the Portland Winterhawks, says the team will need some retooling.
June 30, 2016

Winterhawks coach finds life after Penguins

by Kerry Eggers
Mike Johnston says his job now is about rebuilding Portland/ Mike Johnston admits to having had mixed emotions as he watched the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the San Jose Sharks in six games to claim the NHL’s Stanley Cup. Johnston coached the Penguins…


June 30, 2016

'Young guys' lead Galaxy to win over Timbers

by Ryan Clarke
Having 18,000 fans at a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match isn’t common in MLS, but the Portland Timbers achieved that much against the Los Angeles Galaxy on Wednesday. Unfortunately for most of the 18,164 fans who packed Providence Park, the Galaxy won…
June 30, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 30 Track and field: U.S. Olympic Trials, Salem, 20-kilometer men’s and women’s race walk, 10:30 a.m. Pickles: Sacramento at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners: Baltimore at Seattle, Safeco Field, 7 p.m. Hops: Salem-Keizer at…
June 30, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 30 LPGA Tour: Cambia Portland Classic, 6 p.m., Golf Channel Track and field: U.S. Olympic Trials, Salem, 20-kilometer men’s and women’s race walk, 10:30 a.m. Mariners: Baltimore at Seattle, Safeco Field, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910…
CRUZ
June 30, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
July 3, 1962 Charlie Sitton (age 54) The former Oregon State basketball star from McMinnville was a 6-8 small forward for the Dallas Mavericks in 1984-85. July 1, 1980 Nelson Cruz (age 36) The Seattle Mariners slugger was born in Monte Cristi,…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JIM CLARK - CLARK
June 30, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 30-July 4, 1992 The Trail Blazers and Portland city officials reach a handshake agreement on a deal to build a $179 million, unnamed sports and entertainment complex, with nearly 20,000 seats, next to Memorial Coliseum. Plans for the arena…
June 29, 2016

Pickles sweep - in 13 innings

by Portland Tribune
In the longest Great West League game to date — this is the wood-bat baseball league’s first season — the Portland Pickles made it three in a row on the road against the GWL leaders. Stefan Panayiotou’s RBI single to center field in the top of the…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Fanendo Adi of the Portland Timbers heads the ball toward the Los Angeles Galaxy goal.
June 29, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Galaxy brings Timbers down to earth

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup fourth-round match Wednesday night at Providence Park. The Portland Timbers fell 1-0 to the Los Angeles Galaxy. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: DAVID BLAIR _psEmbed("http://tribunephotography.photoshelter.com");
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Darlington Nagbe sends a pass into the box for the Portland Timbers in their 1-0 loss Wednesday night at home to the Los Angeles Galaxy.
June 29, 2016

Timbers' Open Cup run ends early

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
Over the last 80 minutes of Wednesday night’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup round of 16 match, the Portland Timbers looked like the dominant team. But they couldn’t overcome their slow start against the Los Angeles Galaxy. Midfielder Raul Mendiola’s goal…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Allen Crabbe of the Trail Blazers dives for a loose ball at Moda Center last season.
June 29, 2016

Blazers in position to match; David Adelman hooks on with Magic; Hops, GreyWolves win late

by Portland Tribune
WEDNESDAY SPORTS NEWS/Pilots sign Serbian junior star; PSU adds basketball assistant Skinkis// The Trail Blazers have extended qualifying offers to guard Allen Crabbe and forwards Moe Harkless and Meyers Leonard. The moves will give the team the…
June 29, 2016

Pirates jump on Mariners

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle Mariners ran out of pitching on Wednesday, even before they ran out of pitchers. Visiting Pittsburgh jumped on starter Wade Miley, activated off the 15-day disabled list, for five runs in four innings, then pounded reliever Donn Roach…
June 29, 2016

Pickles clinch series at Marysville

by Portland Tribune
Don't look now, but the Portland Pickles have just rattled off two straight wins against the team with the best record in the Great West League. The Pickles (9-10) beat Marysville 4-2 on Tuesday, notching their second consecutive victory on the road…
June 29, 2016

Wednesday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, June 29 Mariners Pittsburgh at Seattle, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops Salem-Keizer at Hillsboro, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB New York Mets at Washington, 4 p.m., ESPN2 ... San Francisco at Oakland, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM)…
June 29, 2016

Wednesday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, June 29 Pickles Portland at Marysville, 7 p.m. Mariners Pittsburgh at Seattle, 7 p.m. Hops Salem-Keizer at Hillsboro, 7 p.m. GreyWolves Gresham at Kitsap, 6:30 p.m. Timbers U-23 Portland at Lane United FC, Willamalane Center for Sports…
June 28, 2016

Iwakuma, Mariners back above .500

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle Mariners are back over .500 after a 5-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Safeco Field on Tuesday night. Right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma (7-6, 4.34) picked up the win, allowing six hits and two earned runs in 6 1/3 innings. Second…
COURTESY: OGA - CIERA MIN
June 28, 2016

Min leads U.S. Women's Am qualifying; Oregon Junior Am begins match play; Winterhawks draft 2;…

by Portland Tribune
TUESDAY SPORTS NEWS/ GOLF Ciera Min of Hilo, Hawaii led five qualifiers for the U.S. Women’s Amateur at the OGA Golf Course in Woodburn on Tuesday. Min, who plays for Gonzaga, went around in 5-under-par 67, making seven birdies, to take medalist…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Shaine Boyle of the Portland Steel cuts through the Philadelphia Soul kickoff team on his way to a toucdown return Monday night at Moda Center.
June 28, 2016

Second half sinks Steel in AFL loss to Soul

by Ryan Clarke
For a half, the Portland Steel were poised for an upset of the Philadelphia Soul. But a 31-28 halftime lead quickly turned into an insurmountable deficit, as the Steel offense stalled at Moda Center. Philadelphia (10-3) dominated on both sides of…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Portland Steel center John Collins (left) celebrates with Rashaad Carter after one of the receiver's three touchdown catches Monday night at Moda Center.
June 28, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Steel melting point comes in second half

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from Monday night at Moda Center, where the Portland Steel took on the Philadelphia Soul in an Arena Football League game. Philadelphia won, 59-38. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL _psEmbed("http://tribunephotography.photoshelter.com");
June 28, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 28 Mariners: Pittsburgh at Seattle, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops: Salem-Keizer at Hillsboro, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB: Oakland at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) WNBA: Dallas at Los Angeles, 7 p.m. ESPN2 Swimming:…
June 28, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 28 Pickles: Portland at Marysville, 7 p.m. Mariners: Pittsburgh at Seattle, 7 p.m. Hops: Salem-Keizer at Hillsboro, 7 p.m. GreyWolves: Gresham at Yakima Valley, 7 p.m. Track and field: All-comers meet, 5:30 p.m. registration, 6 p.m.…
OWENS
June 28, 2016

Sports birthday

by Portland Tribune
June 28, 1949 Tom Owens (age 67) Born in The Bronx, Owens was a 6-0, 215-pound ABA and NBA center out of South Carolina. A fourth-round draft pick in 1971, he joined the NBA in 1976 and played through 1983, including a 1977-80 run with the Trail…
CHARLES
June 28, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 28-29, 1991 At the University of Portland, work crews are putting the finishing touches on 4,300-seat Herry A. Merlo Field. The installation of permanent seats will be completed in time for the nation’s No. 1-ranked men’s team, the Pilots, to…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Diego Valeri (right) is greeted by teammates after scoring the winning goal Sunday against Houston on a penalty kick in stoppage time. The Timbers beat the Dynamo 3-2 after falling behind 2-0 in the first half and rallying in the second.
June 26, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Timbers drop Dynamo

by Pamplin Media Group
The Portland Timbers got a penalty-kick goal from Diego Valeri in stoppage time to pull out a 3-2 win Sunday over the Houston Dynamo at Providence Park. Valeri also had an earlier PK score, while Lucas Melano scored first for Portland after the…
June 28, 2016

Pickles win at Marysville

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Pickles beat the Marysville GoldSox 7-4 Monday in Great West League baseball action at Marysville, Wash. The Pickles moved to 8-10 and Marysville fell to 17-5. The teams play again at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday. A three-run first inning put the…
BARNARD
June 27, 2016

Winterhawks open Sept. 24

by Portland Tribune
MONDAY SPORTS NEWS WINTERHAWKS Portland will begin the 2016-17 Western Hockey League season at home against Seattle on Saturday, Sept. 24. The regular season ends on Sunday, March 19, with a home game versus Spokane. Thirty of Portland’s 36 home…
RASO
June 27, 2016

Thorns stay unbeaten with two late goals at Orlando

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Thorns kept their bid for an undefeated season alive on Sunday, rallying for a 2-1 win at the Orlando Pride. The Thorns are first in the National Women’s Soccer League with a 6-0-5 record and 23 points. Their unbeaten streak is the…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - With two late penalty kicks from Diego Valeri, the Portland Timbers beat the Houston Dynamo 3-2 Sunday at Providence Park.
June 27, 2016

Timbers walk Porter's talk

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
For the first time in their MLS play, the Portland Timbers on Sunday overcame a two-goal second-half deficit to win. Midfielder Diego Valeri recorded two penalty-kick goals and an assist in the second half to lead the Timbers to a 3-2 victory over…
June 27, 2016

Pickles' bats quiet in 4-0 getaway loss to Chico

by Ryan Clarke
The Portland Pickles came into Sunday’s game against the Chico Heat as winners of three straight, eyeing their first series sweep in franchise history. Unfortunately for the Pickles and the 1,867 fans who packed Walker Stadium, the Chico Heat…
June 27, 2016

Monday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Monday, June 27 Steel Philadelphia at Portland, 7 p.m. Pickles Portland at Marysville, 7 p.m. Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m. GreyWolves Gresham at Yakima Valley, 7 p.m. Golf Bob Norquist Oregon Junior Amateur, Willamette Valley Country Club…
June 27, 2016

Monday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Monday, June 27 Steel Philadelphia at Portland, 7 p.m., CSNNW, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB Houston at Los Angeles Angels, 7 p.m., ESPN ... Oakland at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) College…
June 27, 2016

Cardinals crush Seattle's pitching

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle Mariners were no match for St. Louis’ six home runs on Sunday, as the Cardinals avoided a series sweep at Safeco Field with an 11-6 victory. Seattle, which had won the first two games, gave up 17 hits. The Mariners led 3-1 through four…
June 26, 2016

Steel receiver Truesdell back for Monday home game

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Steel have activated wide receiver Nick Truesdell for Monday night’s Arena Football League game at Moda Center against the Philadelphia Soul. Truesell was injured in Portland’s April 1 season opener against the Arizona Rattlers. The…
HILL
June 26, 2016

Portland's Hill helps U.S. women beat China in Grand Prix volleyball; PSU's Cook 3rd in Junior…

by Portland Tribune
SUNDAY SPORTS NEWS VOLLEYBALL Portland’s Kim Hill helped lead the way Sunday as the No.-1 ranked United States women defeated No. 2 China in three sets to cap a nine-match World Grand Prix preliminary round at Hong Kong. The U.S. beat the Chinese…
COURETSY: OREGON GOLF ASSOCIATON - Oregon Amateur champions Conner Barr (left) and Krissy Peterson show off their hardware Saturday at Black Butte Ranch.
June 25, 2016

PSU's Peterson upends Stoll; Barr wins Oregon Am men's crown; Hops fall; Winterhawks' Abols…

by Portland Tribune
SATURDAY SPORTS NEWS GOLF Fatigue was Portland State’s Krissy Peterson friend in the end Saturday at Black Butte Ranch. The former Canby High player, who is entering her senior year with the Vikings, staged a dramatic finish to upset an Oregon prep…
June 26, 2016

Pickles pitch third win in a row

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
For the first time, the Portland Pickles have won three games in a row. On Sunday, they’ll go for their first series sweep. Three Pickles pitchers combined to give up one run on five hits on Saturday as Portland cooled down the Chico Heat 4-1 before…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Bryce Dickey of Clackamas and the North all-star team upends South running back Tucker Barry of North Medford during the Les Schwab Bowl.
June 26, 2016

SLIDESHOW: South 16, North 14 in Les Schwab Bowl

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from the Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium on Saturday. The South beat the North 16-14 in the 69th annual high school all-star football game. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: DAVID BLAIR _psEmbed("http://tribunephotography.photoshelter.com");
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - South quarterback Matt Struck of Crater looks for room to run during Saturday's Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium.
June 26, 2016

South kicks North in Schwab Bowl, 16-14

by Ryan Clarke
HILLSBORO — It wasn’t pretty, but the South emerged victorious over the North in the 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl. The South squeaked by 16-14 on Saturday night thanks in large part to the right foot of Mountain View High kicker Zach Emerson, who hit…
June 26, 2016

Sunday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, June 26 Timbers Houston at Portland, Providence Park, 3 p.m. Thorns Portland at Orlando, 2 p.m. Pickles Chico at Portland, Walker Stadium, 5 p.m. Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 1 p.m. Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 1 p.m. GreyWolves Wenatchee…
June 26, 2016

Sunday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, June 26 Timbers Houston at Portland, Providence Park, 3 p.m., ESPN2, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 1 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 1 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB Los Angeles Dodgers at San…
June 26, 2016

Mariners edge Cardinals again

by Portland Tribune
So far, the Seattle Mariners have the St. Louis Cardinals’ number. For the second night in a row, the Mariners edged the Cardinals by one run at Safeco Field, winning 5-4 on Saturday. Nathan Karns (6-2) picked up his first victory in nearly a month,…
CAIN
June 25, 2016

Cain looks able; Rupp, too, on eve of Trials

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS I was at Mount Hood Community College Thursday night for the Stumpton Twilight distance-running meet, with particular interest in watching three of the competitors — Mary Cain, Galen Rupp and Edward Cheserek. Cain is the…
June 25, 2016

Pickles handle Heat, 6-2

by Ryan Clarke
In front of a raucous crowd of 1,507 at Walker Stadium on Friday, the Portland Pickles handled the Chico Heat, 6-2. Rian Bassett (Clark College) got the start on the mound for the Pickles, but it was University of Oregon signee Declan Kearney (1-0)…
June 25, 2016

Saturday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, June 25 Prep football Les Schwab Bowl, 5 p.m., Hillsboro Stadium Pickles Chico at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 7 p.m. Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m. GreyWolves Wenatchee at Gresham, Mt. Hood CC, 7…
June 25, 2016

Saturday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, June 25 Prep football Les Schwab Bowl, 5 p.m., Hillsboro Stadium, KFXX (1080 AM) Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB San Diego at Cincinnati, 1:15 p.m.,…
LIND
June 24, 2016

Lind's HR in 9th ends Seattle skid

by Portland Tribune
The streak is over, and the Seattle Mariners did it Friday night in the kind of dramatic fashion other teams had enjoyed against them. After giving up three runs in the top of the eighth inning to St. Louis to fall behind 3-1, Adam Linn golfed a 1-1…
COURTESY: UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND - EARLE M. CHILES
June 24, 2016

Earle M. Chiles dies at 83; Stoll-Peterson final set at Oregon Am; Hops explode for 12 runs,…

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY SPORTS NEWS PORTLAND PILOTS Earle M. Chiles, longtime supporter of the University of Portland, has died at 83 after a lengthy illness, the school announced Friday. Chiles had been on the Board of Regents since 1975, and his contribution was…
June 24, 2016

Friday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Friday, June 24 Pickles Chico at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 7 p.m. Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 1 p.m. GreyWolves Wenatchee at Gresham, Mt. Hood CC, 7 p.m. Roller derby Wreckers vs. Sis-Q Rollerz, 8 p.m., Oaks…
June 24, 2016

Friday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Friday, June 24 Mariners St. Louis at Seattle, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops Hillsboro at Vancouver, 1 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB Philadelphia at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) College baseball College World Series, noon, ESPN2, 5…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: RYAN CLARKE - Wilson High football players (from left) Emmett Burby, Steffen Jacobsen and Riley Tindell are getting into football shape for Saturday's 5 p.m. Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium.
June 23, 2016

PREPS: Regaining football form an adjustment for Wilson High trio

by Ryan Clarke
FOREST GROVE — Football is as physically demanding as team sports can be, and after six months of not playing, it can be a rough adjustment trying to get back on the gridiron. Wilson High graduates Emmett Burby, Steffen Jacobsen and Riley Tindell…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: RYAN CLARKE - Luke Davis, from Grant High, prepares for the North-South all-star football game, the Les Schwab Bowl, which will take place Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium.
June 23, 2016

PREPS: Grant High's Davis could have political football in his future

by Ryan Clarke
FOREST GROVE — After the final whistle at the Les Schwab Bowl on Saturday, Grant High graduate Luke Davis will trade in his helmet and pads for something dressier down the road, perhaps a suit and tie. Davis will be on his way to Baylor University…
June 23, 2016

Too wet Thursday for Pickles

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
The Portland Pickles’ home game against the Medford Rogues on Thursday night was postponed until July 8, when the two teams will play a 5 p.m. doubleheader at Walker Stadium. Thursday’s game was scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. After delaying the first…
DRUZ
June 24, 2016

Another day, another way to lose for Mariners

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle Mariners (36-37) fell below .500 with a 5-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers (38-35) on Thursday, continuing a brutal stretch of games in the last month. Seattle has dropped six consecutive games and 19 of its last 27. This loss came in an…
June 23, 2016

Blazers take second-round forward Layman; Stoll makes Oregon Am semis; Hops lose on road;…

by Portland Tribune
THURSDAY SPORTS NEWS BLAZERS The newest roster candidate for Portland is a 6-9, 210-pound small forward from the University of Maryland. The Blazers acquired the rights to Jake Layman via an NBA draft night trade with the Orlando Magic. Layman went…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHASE ALLGOOD - The Portland Pickles rush the field after beating the Medford Rogues 13-1 Wednesday night for their first win at Walker Stadium.
June 23, 2016

Pickles pick apart Medford for first home win

by Ryan Clarke
The Portland Pickles dominated the Medford Rogues 13-1 on Wednesday, breaking the curse of Walker Stadium in grand fashion by scoring a season high in runs. Pickles manager J.J. Altobelli said it felt good for the first-year club, after an 0-4 home…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHASE ALLGOOD - Mascot Dillon poses with young Portland Pickles fans Wednesday night at Walker Stadium, as the home team defeats the Medford Rogues 13-1.
June 23, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Bats come alive as Pickles win at Walker

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from Walker Stadium on Wednesday night, as the Portland Pickles played host to the Medford Rogues in a Great West League wood-bat baseball game. Portland won 13-1. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: CHASE ALLGOOD ​
June 23, 2016

Mariners slip again

by Portland Tribune
This is starting to have the tune of a June swoon. The Seattle Mariners lost their third game in a row at Detroit on Wednesday, falling 5-1 and slipping to .500 for the season — 2-7 on a 10-game trip. Steven Moya hit two of the Tigers’ three home…
June 23, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 23 NBA: Draft, Brookyln, N.Y., 4 p.m., ESPN Mariners: Seattle at Detroit, 10 a.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) MLB: San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 9:30 a.m., KUIK (1360 AM) Hops: Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) College…
June 23, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 23 NBA: Draft, Brooklyn, N.Y., 4 p.m. Track and field: Stumptown Twilight, Mt. Hood CC, 6:45 p.m. Pickles: Medford at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners: Seattle at Detroit, 10 a.m. Hops: Hillsboro at Vancouver, 7 p.m.…

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Jun 23, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
June 26, 1990 Jake Gleeson (age 26) A 6-3, 200-pound goalkeeper for the Portland Timbers, Gleeson was born in Palmerston North, New Zealand. June 27, 1997 Colton Veloso (age 19) The Portland…
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Jun 23, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 23-27, 1994 P.J. Carlesimo becomes coach of the Trail Blazers, replacing Rick Adelman. He signs a five-year contract worth about $1.5 million per year. Carlesimo comes from recent success…
FILE PHOTO - Learn to fish for steelhead on the Sandy River during a workshop Saturday, July 23, at Oxbow Regional Park.
Jun 23, 2016

Learn to fish for steelhead at Sandy River workshop

by Pamplin Media Group
People who want to master the art of successful steelhead fishing are invited to a workshop at Oxbow Regional Park near Sandy on from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 23. Sponsored jointly by…
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Jun 23, 2016

Biggest year of steeplechaser Evan Jager's life

by Kerry Eggers
It’s no stretch to say this is the biggest year of Evan Jager’s life. Three monumental occasions highlight what Jager hopes is the year that was: • An opportunity to claim a fifth straight…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - The Portland Thorns' Katherine Reynolds heads the ball against the Chicago Red Stars.
Jun 23, 2016

Thorns manage a big win

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
The Portland Thorns have yet to lose this year, and now they're back in first place in the National Women's Soccer League. Behind two first-half goals and a solid defensive effort, the Thorns…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - The Portland Thorns' Mallory Weber reacts after narrowly missing a goal against the Chicago Red Stars.
Jun 22, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Thorns 2, Red Stars 0

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from Providence Park on Wednesday night, as the Portland Thorns played host to the Chicago Red Stars in a National Women's Soccer League game. Portland won, 2-0. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: JONATHAN…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: RYAN CLARKE - Lincoln High players suiting up this week for the North in the annual Les Schwab Bowl are (from left) Blake Long, Tom Laverde and Michael Angyus. The North-South rivalry resumes at 5 p.m. Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium.
Jun 22, 2016

PREPS: Banter, bonds big for Lincoln trio in Schwab Bowl

by Ryan Clarke
FOREST GROVE — For three players from Lincoln High, the Les Schwab Bowl provides an opportunity to rock the red, black and white one last time. It’s also an opportunity to talk trash, bond and…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: RYAN CLARKE - The state champion Jesuit Crusaders are represented in this year's Les Schwab Bowl by North offensive lineman Griffen Marler (left) and kicker Dylan Baluyut. The North and South are working out at Pacific University for the 5 p.m. Saturday all-star game at Hillsboro Stadium.
Jun 22, 2016

PREPS: Crusaders feel chemistry going into Les Schwab Bowl

by Ryan Clarke
FOREST GROVE — Going into Monday’s first Les Schwab Bowl practice at Pacific University, Griffen Marler and Dylan Baluyut hadn’t worn a jersey and pads since Dec. 5. That day, Marler, Baluyut…
BACON
Jun 22, 2016

PSU player pleads guilty, gets probation; Oregon Am match play…

by Portland Tribune
WEDNESDAY SPORTS NEWS COLLEGE FOOTBALL Troy Bacon, a Portland State football player who pleaded guilty to impersonating a police officer, was sentenced Wednesday in Washington County Circuit…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CHASE ALLGOOD - Laurie Jenkins, who teaches physical education at Liberty High in Hillsboro, talks about the Liberty Fit running program for which she won a Hall of Fame award from Foot Traffic West during a ceremony Saturday in Cedar Mill.
Jun 22, 2016

Jenkins grabs Hall of Fame award for her influence on local…

by Nancy Townsley
Liberty Fit director one of six nominees for Foot Traffic West honor It was all about women's running Saturday morning, June 17, at Foot Traffic West in Beaverton's Cedar Mill area, when Liberty…
Jun 22, 2016

Wednesday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, June 22 Thorns: Chicago at Portland, Providence Park, 7 p.m. Pickles: Medford at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners: Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m. Hops: Eugene at Hillsboro, Ron…
Jun 22, 2016

Wednesday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, June 22 Mariners Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops Eugene at Hillsboro, Ron Tonkin Field, 1 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) MLB San Francisco Giants at Pittsburgh, 4…
DOI
Jun 22, 2016

No sweet taste of home victory yet for Portland Pickles

by Steve Brandon
NINTH-INNING SURGE LIFTS MEDFORD TO 8-5 WIN IN SERIES OPENER AT WALKER STADIUM/ Home has not been totally sweet home yet for the Portland Pickles. While the crowds and enthusiasm have been good,…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - Oregon Sports Awards host Neil Everett (left) of ESPN SportsCenter presents awards at this year's show to Tom Welter (center), executive director of the Oregon School Activities Association, and recently retired TV sportscaster Joe Becker.
Jun 21, 2016

ESPN's Everett embraces family aspect of Oregon Sports Awards

by Kerry Eggers
The theme of the 64th annual Oregon Sports Award — the 16th under the Nike/Etzel Agency umbrella — was “family.” Family, as in everyone who calls themselves Oregonians. ESPN’s Neil Everett —…
COURTESY: ETZEL AGENCY - The Tiger Woods Center awaits the 64th Oregon Sports Awards show on the night of June 6.
Jun 21, 2016

Behind-the-scenes work a must for Oregon Sports Awards show to…

by Christopher Keizur
Two hours before the 64th Oregon Sports Awards, Portland Timbers defender Nat Borchers received a pronunciation lesson for one of the state’s most beloved athletes. “Mario — like the Mario…
COURTESY: UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS - CROUSER
Jun 21, 2016

Ryan Crouser ready for shot at Rio Olympics

by Kerry Eggers
There’s no better indication of Ryan Crouser’s readiness for the U.S. Olympic trials than his performance Sunday during a qualifying meet at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista,…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sam Crouser won two NCAA javelin titles while an Oregon Duck.
Jun 21, 2016

Despite injury, Sam Crouser takes javelin aim at U.S. Olympic…

by Kerry Eggers
There is an element of both good and bad to Sam Crouser’s bid for a berth on the U.S. Olympic team that will compete at Rio de Janeiro in August. The good part is the national prep javelin…
Jun 22, 2016

Tigers pull through, down Mariners, 4-2

by Portland Tribune
The Detroit Tigers beat the Seattle Mariners in the late going for the second day in a row on Tuesday. Detroit scored the final four runs, all in its last three at-bats, to win 4-2 at Comerica…
COURTESY: OREGON GOLF ASSOCIATION - Gigi Stoll of Beaverton secured the top seed in match play at the Oregon Amateur hosted by Black Butte Ranch.
Jun 21, 2016

Hops win; GreyWolves lose in ninth; Raza, Stoll medalists at…

by Portland Tribune
TUESDAY SPORTS NEWS/ HOPS The Hillsboro Hops evened their home record to 1-1 by beating the Eugene Emeralds 4-1 Tuesday night at Ron Tonkin Field. The Hops had various stars before a crowd of…
Jun 21, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 21 Pickles: Medford at Portland, Walker Stadium, 7 p.m. Mariners: Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m. Hops: Eugene at Hillsboro, Ron Tonkin Field, 7 p.m. GreyWolves: Gresham at Cowlitz,…
Jun 21, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 21 Mariners: Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) Hops: Eugene at Hillsboro, Ron Tonkin Field, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM) WNBA: Phoenix at Dallas, 5 p.m., ESPN2…
COURTESY: FRANK PETERS - Local legend Frank Peters (left), with the help of friend and ex-teammate Ed Fredenburg, has created a baseball board game.
Jun 21, 2016

Peters pitches Pickles, board game

by Kerry Eggers
Portland icon to give 'Nickelball' to 50 fans at Walker Stadium Wednesday Reputations can soften as time marches on. “When I was younger, I was considered a pain in the pass,” says Frank “The…
TRIBUNE PHOTO :CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Portland Steel receiver Rashaad Carter (left) gets congratulations from Tom Gilson after a touchdown catch last week against the Cleveland Gladiators.
Jun 21, 2016

Status report

by Portland Tribune
Trail Blazers: Heading into the week, Portland had no picks in the NBA draft, set for 4 p.m. Thursday (ESPN) in Brooklyn, New York. Winterhawks: Portland coach and general manager Mike Johnston…
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Jun 21, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 23-27, 2001 The Trail Blazers are looking for a successor to coach Mike Dunleavy. After Minnesota’s Flip Saunders breaks off talks with Portland, Blazers President Bob Whitsitt interviews…
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Jun 21, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
June 22, 1962 Clyde Drexler (age 54) “The Glide” was born in New Orleans, grew up in Houston and starred for the Trail Blazers from 1983-95. June 21, 1982 Dae-ho Lee (age 34) The Seattle…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Xander Perkins looks for the owner of a lost pomeranian as he carries him up the hill at Roger Tilbury Park in Beaverton. This photo won first place in lifestyle photography for a non-daily news source in the 2016 Northwest Excellence in Journalism awards.
Jun 20, 2016

Pamplin newspapers win top honors in regional contest

by Pamplin Media Group
Three first-place wins and a total of seven awards for Northwest news Pamplin Media Group newspapers won seven awards from the Society of Professional Journalists Region 10 contest. The…
Jun 21, 2016

Tigers roar in 12th to beat Mariners

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle-Detroit series began with a bang Monday night at Comerica Park. And the Tigers made the biggest, and final, noise. Justin Upton hit his second home run of the game to lead off the…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CHASE ALLGOOD - Hillsboro Hops infielder Manny Jefferson (right) puts a tag on the Eugene Emeralds' Robert Garcia at second base during Monday night's Hops home opener at Ron Tonkin Field.
Jun 20, 2016

Local caddies receive Chick Evans Scholarships; Hops blanked in…

by Portland Tribune
MONDAY SPORTS NEWS Three students from Portland Interscholastic League schools and six from the metro area are among 10 Oregon recipients this year of Chick Evans Scholarships. The Evans…
Jun 20, 2016

Monday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Monday, June 20 Mariners Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m., Root Sports Hops Eugene at Hillsboro, Ron Tonkin Field, 7 p.m. GreyWolves Gresham at Yakima Valley, 7 p.m. Golf Oregon Amateur, Black Butte…
Jun 20, 2016

Monday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Monday, June 20 Mariners Seattle at Detroit, 4 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) MLB San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) ... Washington at Los Angeles Dodgers, 7 p.m., ESPN…
Jun 20, 2016

Pickles head home after loss at Lodi

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Pickles are back in town for their second home series at Walker Stadium, after going 1-2 over the weekend at the Lodi Crushers. The Pickles, a member of the new six-team Great West…
Jun 19, 2016

Boston beats Mariners, 2-1

by Portland Tribune
David Price’s pitching and Mookie Betts’ seventh-inning home run propelled Boston to a 2-1 win over Seattle and 2-1 series victory Sunday at Fenway Park. Price (8-4) scattered eight hits over…
Jun 20, 2016

Timbers 2, U-23 teams fall

by Portland Tribune
Portland Timbers 2 dropped a road game Sunday afternoon 1-0 to the Vancouver Whitecaps 2. Vancouver scored in the 87th minute at Thunderbird Stadium. Portland coach Andrew Gregor said he was…
Jun 20, 2016

Love wins; Hops, GreyWolves lose; Ducks sign top women's hoopster

by Portland Tribune
SUNDAY SPORTS NEWS NBA Kevin Love, from Lake Oswego High, had 14 rebounds, nine points and some stellar defense to help the LeBron James/Kyrie Irving-led Cleveland Cavaliers reach the pinnacle…
Jun 19, 2016

Sunday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, June 19 Mariners Seattle at Boston, 10:30 a.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) MLB San Francisco at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m., KUIK (1360 AM) ... Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 5 p.m., FOX (12) U.S.…
Jun 19, 2016

Sunday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, June 19 Pickles Portland at Lodi, 6 p.m. Mariners Seattle at Boston, 10:30 a.m., Root Sports Hops Hillsboro at Salem-Keizer, Volcanoes Stadium, 5 p.m. GreyWolves Kelowna at Gresham,…
CASEY
Jun 18, 2016

Why Pat Casey talked to Texas -- and why he chose to stay at…

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS/ On Wednesday, Pat Casey attended the Bothell, Washington, funeral of Chris Morrison, the father of Oregon State shortstop Trever Morrison, who died recently of cancer. On…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Portland Steel quarterback Shane Austin launches a pass against Cleveland.
Jun 19, 2016

Steel still struggling; Cleveland wins, 58-49

by Steve Brandon
The game “film” from Saturday night is going to look painfully familiar to the Portland Steel. The Steel fell behind early, then couldn’t make the stop or stops they needed to catch up. Final…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Fans go for the ball on an extra-point kick during Saturday nights Arena Football League game at Moda Center.
Jun 19, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Arena Football League action

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from the Portland Steel vs. Cleveland Gladiators Arena Football League game Saturday night at Moda Center. Cleveland won 58-49. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL…
Jun 19, 2016

Timbers good, but just off in 2-2 draw at RSL

by Portland Tribune
Another game, another result that could have, should have been better for the Portland Timbers. Real Salt Lake gained a 2-2 draw at home Saturday night, tallying the equalizer on a penalty kick…
Jun 18, 2016

Red Sox bounce back vs. Mariners

by Portland Tribune
The Boston Red Sox evened their series with Seattle on Saturday, beating the Mariners 6-2 at Fenway Park. Rick Porcello (8-2) won his sixth straight game at home to help Boston (38-29) stay one…
Jun 19, 2016

Pickles prevail at Lodi, 7-5

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Pickles’ bullpen has run into trouble at times this season, and Saturday night was no exception. But the Pickles were able to hold on in the ninth inning for a 7-5 win over the Lodi…
Jun 19, 2016

Hops lose; GreyWolves win with huge rally; Stember second in…

by Portland Tribune
SATURDAY SPORTS NEWS The Hillsboro Hops fell to 1-1 this season with a 14-3 loss at the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes on Saturday night. Salem-Keizer (1-1 in the Class A Northwest League) broke it open…
Jun 18, 2016

Saturday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, June 18 Steel Cleveland at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m., KUFO (970 AM) Timbers Portland at Real Salt Lake, 7 p.m., Root Sports, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) Mariners Seattle at Boston, 1…
Jun 18, 2016

Saturday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, June 18 Steel Cleveland at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m. Timbers Portland at Real Salt Lake, 7 p.m., Root Sports Pickles Portland at Lodi, 7 p.m. Mariners Seattle at Boston, 1 p.m.,…
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Jun 17, 2016

Calabro: Blazers sought me out (and timing was right to take…

by Kerry Eggers
Kevin Calabro had hoped he would be back calling games for an NBA team again some day. His first preference was for that to happen in Seattle, where he served 21 years doing radio and television…
Jun 17, 2016

Sinclair's goal sparks unbeaten Thorns to road win

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Thorns (4-0-5) remain undefeated after a 2-0 road victory over the Western New York Flash (5-4-0) on Friday. Forward Christine Sinclair scored in the 48th minute, scooting the ball…
Jun 18, 2016

Lodi crushes Pickles 9-2 in series opener

by Portland Tribune
It wasn't pretty on either side of the plate for the Portland Pickles on Friday. The Pickles (3-7 in the Great West League) fell 9-2 on the road to the Lodi Crushers (5-8), committing three…
Jun 17, 2016

Calabro replaces Barrett; Hops, GreyWolves win; Masoli in line…

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY SPORTS NEWS That didn’t take long. The Trail Blazers have replaced Mike Barrett with Kevin Calabro. Calabro will do TV play-by-play for the team, starting next season. Chris McGowan,…
Jun 18, 2016

Gutierrez slugs Mariners past Boston

by Portland Tribune
There was plenty of offense to go around at Fenway Park on Friday, and Seattle had more than Boston. The Mariners (36-31) defeated the Red Sox 8-4 thanks in part to an impressive performance…
Jun 17, 2016

Friday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Friday, June 17 Mariners Seattle at Boston, 4 p.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) MLB San Francisco at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) U.S. Open golf: 7 a.m., FS1, 2 p.m. FOX (12) LPGA Tour…
Jun 17, 2016

Friday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Friday, June 17 Thorns Portland at Western New York, Sahlen’s Stadium, 4 p.m. Pickles Portland at Lodi, 7 p.m. Mariners Seattle at Boston, 4 p.m., Root Sports Hops Hillsboro at Salem-Keizer,…
WILKINS
Jun 16, 2016

'Multiple Mac' Wilkins stays on career track

by Kerry Eggers
It’s been 40 years since Mac Wilkins began his run of making four U.S. Olympic teams by bagging gold at Montreal. The shaggy-haired, bearded behemoth from Beaverton High and the University of…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Arena Football League veteran quarterback Shane Austin will lead the Portland Steel into battle Saturday night at Moda Center against the Cleveland Gladiators.
Jun 16, 2016

Time for Steel to show their mettle, with AFL playoffs on the…

by Steve Brandon
It’s a six-game "preseason" now for the Portland Steel — the pre-playoff season. And here's how things stand: • The Steel and Tampa Bay Storm, both 1-9, share the seventh-best record in the…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Catcher Andrew Garcia lets his Portland Pickles teammates know there are two outs during the Great West League team's home debut last week at Walker Stadium in Lents Park.
Jun 16, 2016

Pickles packed for early trip to Lodi

by Steve Brandon
If you want to say bon voyage to the Portland Pickles, you’ll have to get up early Friday. Or stay up very late. Portland’s new college wood-bat summer baseball team departs at 4 a.m. for…
Jun 16, 2016

Mariners snap skid

by Portland Tribune
First baseman Dae-Ho Lee came up big again for the Seattle Mariners in a 6-4 road victory over Tampa Bay on Thursday. Lee's 2-for-3, three-RBI performance helped Seattle (35-31) break its…
Jun 16, 2016

Timbers set next Open Cup match; Winterhawks add assistant…

by Portland Tribune
THURSDAY SPORTS NEWS/ TIMBERS In the round of 16 of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, the Portland Timbers will face off against the Los Angeles Galaxy on June 29 at Providence Park. The match will…
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Jun 16, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 16-20, 1990 A banquet at the Hilton Hotel, honoring boxers Muhammad Ali, Michael Spinks and Archie Moore and promoter Butch Lewis, draws 700 to downtown Portland and raises an estimated…
ADELMAN
Jun 16, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
June 16, 1946 Rick Adelman (age 70) The former Trail Blazers guard and coach was born on this day in Lynwood, California. He joined the NBA in 1968 as a seventh-round draft pick of the Houston…
Jun 16, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 16 Mariners: Seattle at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m., Root Sports GreyWolves: Gresham at Victoria, 12:30 p.m. Motocross: Thursday Night, Portland International Raceway, 4 p.m. Friday, June…
Jun 16, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, June 16 Mariners: Seattle at Tampa Bay, 10 a.m., Root Sports, KMTT (910 AM) NBA: Golden State at Cleveland, Game 6, 6 p.m., KATU (2), KFXX (1080 AM) U.S. Open golf: 7 a.m., FS1, 2 p.m.…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Mike Barrett (left) and Mike Rice wont be back behind the mike as Trail Blazers broadcasters.
Jun 15, 2016

A dark day for Blazers; now, what's next?

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS/ After Wednesday’s somewhat stunning palace coup of the broadcasting team of the Trail Blazers, what next? And why? Let’s address the latter first. Television play-by-play…
COURTESY: UCSB - UC Santa Barbara coach Andrew Checketts (second from left), from West Linn High and Oregon State, has guided the Gauchos to a surprise appearance in the College World Series.
Jun 15, 2016

Checketts takes UC Santa Barbara on 'magical' ride to College…

by Kerry Eggers
Two days into his first visit to Omaha, Nebraska, for the College World Series, Andrew Checketts was having the time of his life. “It’s been just great,” the UC Santa Barbara coach said as he…
Jun 15, 2016

Mariners lose a tough one at Tampa Bay, 3-2 in 13 innings

by Portland Tribune
The Seattle Mariners' 10-game road trip definitely has not got off to a positive start after Wednesday's game at Tampa Bay. A night after blowing two leads, Mariners gave up another early lead…
Jun 15, 2016

Stackhouse will play as pro in LPGA Portland Classic; Hops set…

by Portland Tribune
WEDNESDAY SPORTS NEWS GOLF Mariah Stackhouse is slated to make her LPGA debut at the Cambia Portland Classic later this month. Stackhouse received a sponsor’s exemption into the tournament at…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: TAL VOLK - Liam Ridgewell attempts to score for the Portland Timbers.
Jun 15, 2016

Timbers nearly perfect

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
Things could not have gone much better for the Portland Timbers on Tuesday night. Behind a youthful attack and a near-perfect defensive effort, they defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 2-0 before…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: TAL VOLK - Teammates celebrate after Timbers forward Jack McInerney's goal against San Jose.
Jun 15, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Timbers on course for another crown

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Timbers made it into the round of 16 of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with their 2-0 fourth-round win Tuesday night against the San Jose Earthquakes at Providence Park. TRIBUNE…
Jun 15, 2016

Wednesday events, TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
EVENTS Mariners: Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m., Root Sports GreyWolves: Gresham at Victoria, 6:30 p.m. Golf: Oregon Open Invitational, Brasada Canyons, Powell Butte, round two of three TV,…
COURTESY: OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY - STANSBURY
Jun 14, 2016

AD Stansbury on state of OSU athletics: 'It's important we stay…

by Kerry Eggers
Nearly a year ago, Todd Stansbury was hired to succeed Bob De Carolis as athletic director at Oregon State. After an official Aug. 1 start, Stansbury, 55, brought in three top-level…
Jun 14, 2016

Slow start costs Timbers 2 vs. Seattle

by Nathanel Meadowcroft
The sun came out after halftime, and so did the Timbers 2 attack, but a dominant second-half performance wasn’t enough to overcome an early 2-0 deficit as Seattle Sounders 2 beat Portland 2-1…
Jun 14, 2016

Mariners blow two leads, lose 8-7 at Tampa Bay

by Portland Tribune
In the end, it wasn't a positive beginning to the Seattle Mariners' 10-game road trip on Tuesday. The Mariners blew leads of four runs and three runs, lost starting pitcher Taijuan Walker to an…
Jun 14, 2016

Four new Ducks in All-America softball game; Poletiek leads…

by Portland Tribune
TUESDAY SPORTS NEWS COLLEGE SOFTBALL Four incoming University of Oregon softball freshmen have been selected for the PGF (Premier Girls Fastpitch) High School All-America game. Three of the four…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Steven Chavez gives high-fives to Portland Pickles teammates during pregame introductions Friday at Walker Stadium.
Jun 14, 2016

Pickles pack in fans for home debut

by Steve Brandon
Despite losses to Gold Sox, Walker Stadium a hit with local crowd/ Here’s a tally from the Portland Pickles’ first home weekend: 30 innings of baseball, about 5,250 fans and three defeats. Other…
Jun 14, 2016

Status report

by Portland Tribune
Timbers: Portland returns to action tonight for a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup home match against MLS foe San Jose. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at Providence Park. It’s a doubleheader at the stadium, as…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - ALLEN
Jun 14, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
June 14, 1990 Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen sits “glassy-eyed,” one report says, as the Detroit Pistons rally in the final two minutes to beat Portland at Memorial Coliseum and claim the NBA…
DOLEAC
Jun 14, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
June 15, 1977 Michael Doleac (age 39) Ten days after the Trail Blazers won their only NBA championship, Doleac was born in San Antonio, Texas. He moved to Portland and was a standout basketball…
Jun 14, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 14 Timbers: San Jose at Portland, Providence Park, Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup fourth round, 7:30 p.m. Mariners: Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m., Root Sports GreyWolves: Gresham at…
Jun 14, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, June 14 Timbers: San Jose at Portland, Providence Park, Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup fourth round, 7:30 p.m., KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) Mariners: Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m., Root Sports,…
COURTESY: CAMBIA PORTLAND CLASSIC - Defending champion Brooke Henderson of Canada will come to Portland this month with a head of steam after her playoff victory over Lydia Ko at the KMPG Women's PGA Championship last week at Sammamish, Wash.
Jun 13, 2016

Only 18, Brooke Henderson already a major deal in women's golf

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS If timing is everything, Brooke Henderson has a pretty good grip on it right now. As defending champion, the 18-year-old Canadian was scheduled to be in Portland on Monday…
Jun 13, 2016

Cavaliers still alive, after 82 from James, Irving

by Portland Tribune
MONDAY SPORTS NEWS NBA Fueled by dominant performances from Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers extended the NBA finals to a sixth game. Cleveland defeated Golden State 112-97…
Jun 13, 2016

Not again -- Gold Sox beat Pickles in 10

by Portland Tribune
In a way, it all figured Sunday night at Walker Stadium. Big crowd. Ten innings of baseball. And the Marysville Gold Sox coming through at the end, again. The Gold Sox, who already are all but…
Jun 13, 2016

Monday events, TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
EVENTS Cycling Cyclocross-style short track Mountain Bike Series, Portland International Raceway infield, 4 p.m. … Monday Night Race Series, 5:30 p.m., PIR TV, RADIO NBA Cleveland at Golden…
Jun 12, 2016

Thorns hold on for draw at Chicago

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Thorns played on the road and came up with a point — not a bad Sunday in staying unbeaten through eight games. Christine Sinclair scored her first goal of the season, and the Thorns…
Jun 12, 2016

Texas beats Seattle, leads by five games in AL West; Mariners'…

by Portland Tribune
For the Seattle Mariners, home has not been where the winning record is. To the contrary, the Mariners have one of the worst home records among good teams, and they now find themselves five…
Jun 12, 2016

Starring moments for Penguins, Bjorkstrand, Rupp, Anderson

by Portland Tribune
SUNDAY SPORTS NEWS NHL The Pittsburgh Penguins won the NHL's Stanley Cup Final on Sunday, beating San Jose in Game 6, 3-1. There are two local ties to the Penguins' title. Mike Johnston, the…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Shamier Little of Texas A&M celebrates winning the 400-meter hurdles in the NCAA track and Field championships at Hayward Field on Saturday.
Jun 12, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Ducks speed to second on NCAA track

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from Saturday at Eugene's Hayward Field, where the Oregon Ducks outscored everyone to surge to a second-place finish behind Arkansas on the final day of the NCAA track and field…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Sasha Wallace of the Oregon Ducks takes off in the NCAA 4x100-meter relay Saturday at Hayward Field.
Jun 12, 2016

Oregon runners make Ducks runners-up

by Howie Stalwick
EUGENE — The Oregon Ducks do not take kindly to losing track meets at Hayward Field. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it hurts to the bone. If it’s any consolation to the consolation…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Ariana Washington, an Oregon Ducks freshman, wins the NCAA 100 meters Saturday at Hayward Field.
Jun 12, 2016

A star is born on UO women's track team

by Kerry Eggers
EUGENE — Over the past few seasons, Oregon’s stable of women sprinters has been deeper than Hillary Clinton’s email woes. From Amber Purvis to Keshia Baker to English Gardner to Phyllis Francis…
Jun 12, 2016

Timbers 2 give up late equalizer

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
BARMBY AMONG FIRST-TEAMERS TO GET A RUN IN USL MATCH Portland Timbers 2 settled for a 1-1 draw with San Antonio in front of 1,784 fans at Merlo Field on Saturday night. A late equalizer from San…
OSTMO
Jun 12, 2016

Pickles suffer carbon-copy loss

by Steve Brandon
The Portland Pickles promoted two “home openers” for their three-day debut weekend at Walker Stadium: the Friday and Saturday games, both with fireworks to cap the night. The games played out…