Tuesday, Aug. 19

Golf: It’s WinCo Foods Portland Open week at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. The Tour event includes today’s conclusion of the two-day Nature Valley Pro-Am, which tees off at 7:30 a.m. at Witch Hollow, with play also in the afternoon at both Witch Hollow and Ghost Creek. ... Today is round two of the 54-hole Northwest Open Invitational at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, Wash.

Wednesday, Aug. 20

Golf: As part of the WinCo Foods Portland Open, a stop on the Tour, Nike Golf sponsors a junior golf clinic free to all juniors and parents, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. Meanwhile, competing pros play practice rounds on the Witch Hollow course throughout the day.

Baseball: The Class A Hillsboro Hops open a five-game homestand and series with the Spokane Indians. Game one starts at 7 p.m. at Ron Tonkin Field. ... The Tri-City Dust Devils visit the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in another Northwest League game. First pitch at Volcanoes Stadium in the opener of a five-game set is at 6:30 p.m.

College women’s soccer: Warner Pacific plays at Menlo in Atherton, Calif., 11:30 a.m.

College volleyball: Warner Pacific takes part in the Super Scrimmage at Pacific University in Forest Grove, 9 a.m.

Sports birthday

Aug. 20, 1941: Rich Brooks (age 73). It’s Rich Brooks Field at Autzen Stadium, an honor bestowed on the former Oregon Ducks football coach, who was head coach in Eugene from 1977-94. Brooks also guided the NFL St. Louis Rams in 1995-96 and the Kentucky Wildcats from 2003-09. He is a member of the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame.

Aug. 20, 1944: Scott Eaton (age 70). The former Oregon State defensive back from Medford made the New York Giants as an eighth-round pick in 1967, then played five seasons with the NFL club, intercepting 11 passes.

Aug. 19, 1987: Patrick Chung (age 27). A former UO defensive back and native of Kingston, Jamaica, Chung has been in the NFL since 2009 and currently is on the roster of the New England Patriots.

Oregon sports history

Aug. 20, 1995

The Portland Timbers honor their original players at PGE Park and manage a 1-1 draw with the Seattle Sounders in a United Soccer Leagues First Division game. Attendance is 8,242. A halftime ceremony salutes Timbers from 1975-82, along with the team’s first owner, John Gilbertson. Players from that era on hand include Tony Betts, Willie Anderson, Jimmy Kelly, Mick Hoban, John Bain, Jimmy Conway, Bernie Fagan, Brian Gant and Bill Irwin.

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