Thursday, Aug. 7

Baseball: The Class A Northwest League resumes second-half play after its All-Star Game. The Hillsboro Hops are at home for the first of three games against the Eugene Emeralds, 7 p.m. ... The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes also are at home, facing the Boise Hawks, 6:30 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 8

Baseball: Hillsboro takes on Eugene at Ron Tonkin Field, 7 p.m. ... Salem-Keizer welcomes Boise to Volcanoes Stadium, 6:30 p.m.

Volleyball: The 33rd annual Seaside Beach Volleyball Tournament is today through Sunday. More than 1,300 amateur teams are expected to compete in various men’s, women’s and coed divisions.

Saturday, Aug. 9

Timbers: Portland plays host to Chivas USA in an MLS regular-season game at Providence Park, 7:30 p.m. (KPTV 12).

College soccer: Portland State’s women take on Concordia, the defending NAIA champion, in an exhibition at Hillsboro Stadium, 10 a.m.

Disc golf: The PDGA (Professional Disc Golf Association) Pro World Championships begin an eight-day run in Oregon. Go to for information.

Baseball: A pair of three-game NWL series wrap up, with Eugene at Hillsboro, 5 p.m., and Boise at Salem-Keizer, 6:30 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 10

Thorns: Portland’s National Women’s Soccer League looks to clinch a playoff spot in its next-to-last regular-season match. The Thorns are at Harvard Stadium to play the Boston Breakers, 3:30 p.m. PT.

Baseball: Hillsboro and Salem-Keizer open a NWL South three-game set. Today’s game is at Hillsboro, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 11

Baseball: The Hillsboro Hops travel to Volcanoes Stadium to face Salem-Keizer, 6:30 p.m.

Golf: The PNGA (Pacific Northwest Golf Association) Junior Boys’ Amateur is today through Friday at Emerald Valley Golf and Resort in Creswell, and the PNGA Junior Girls’ Amateur is today through Thursday at Olympia (Wash.) Country and Golf Club.

Sports birthdays

Aug. 7, 1945: Tom Oberg (age 69), the safety from Portland State and Clackamas High played for the Denver Broncos in 1968-69, intercepting three passes.

Aug. 9, 1965: Chris Miller (age 49), a former Sheldon High and UO star quarterback, he spent 10 years in the NFL, completing 1,580 of 2,892 passes (54.6 percent) for 19,320 yards and 123 touchdowns.

Aug. 9, 1977: Ime Udoka (age 37), born in Portland and a graduate of Jefferson High and Portland State, Udoka is an assistant coach for the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. He played seven seasons in the NBA, including 2006-07 with the Trail Blazers.

Aug. 9, 1984: Matt Moore (age 30), the ex-Oregon State QB, who joined the NFL in 2007, is a member of the Miami Dolphins. He was born in Van Nuys, Calif.

Aug. 8, 1986: Cyrus Hostetler (age 28), the javelin thrower from Newberg High, who lives in Eugene and competed for the Oregon Ducks, made the U.S. Olympic team in 2012

Aug. 13, 1987: Allie Long (age 27), the Portland Thorns midfielder was born on this day in Huntington, N.Y.

Aug. 11, 1988: Patty Mills (age 26), the Spurs point guard and former Blazer (2009-11) was born in Canberra, Australia, and grew up there before attending Saint Mary’s College (2007-09).

Oregon sports history

Aug. 7-11, 1956

Eddie Machen, the eighth-ranked heavyweight in the world, arrives in Portland to train at the Police Athletic League gym for the first of three 1956 fights in the Rose City. He spars with Portland heavyweight Amos Lincoln.

Maureen “Marvelous Mo” Murphy, a 17-year-old who competes for Multnomah Athletic Club, earns a spot on the U.S. Olympic swim team with her second-place finish in the 100-meter backstroke at the Trials in Detroit.

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