With all of this week's big baseball and softball games going on, you just know that Pamplin Media Group's sports editors, reporters and photographers will be out in force to document the action.
Pamplin Media Group continues and builds on its role as a state leader in high school baseball and softball coverage this season, presenting its work more quickly and sharing it more broadly.
We, as a company, are now posting our high school baseball and softball stories and photos to all our websites as soon as possible following each Friday's contests.
And once they're posted, by clicking on the Prep Baseball/Softball tab that's now part of each of our websites, visitors will be able to see all the stories and photos posted by our sports reporters and sports editors, not just those particular to their home schools and home towns.
To see the Prep Baseball/Softball tab, just hover over the Sports tab at the top of the page.
Featured games from our upcoming slate of high school baseball and softball coverage will be:
Friday, April 26 games:
• No. 1 Jesuit (10-1 in Metro play, 14-3 overall) at No. 7 Westview (7-1 in Metro play, 15-2 overall), 5 p.m.
• No. 3 West Linn (10-1 in TRL play, 13-5 overall) at No. 15 Lakeridge (4-7 in TRL play, 10-8 overall), 5 p.m.
• No. 43 Reynolds (3-8 in MHC play, 9-11 overall) at No. 33 Gresham (3-8 in MHC play, 9-9-1 overall), 5 p.m.
• No. 9 Putnam (10-1 in NWOC play, 15-4 overall) at No. 15 La Salle (8-3 in NWOC play, 8-9-1 overall), 3 p.m.
• No. 10 Redmond (2-2 in IMC play, 8-4 overall) at No. 18 Crook County (3-2 in IMC play, 9-7 overall), 3 p.m./5 p.m.
• No. 43 Sandy (1-6 in MHC play, 7-11 overall) at No. 37 David Douglas (1-6 in MHC play, 6-13 overall), 4:30 p.m.
• No. 9 Gladstone (7-2 in TVC play, 13-4 overall) at No. 21 Molalla (4-4 in TVC play, 10-7 overall), 4 p.m.
To see today's complete baseball schedules, click here and then click on the classification of your choice.
To see today's complete softball schedules, click here and then click on the classification of your choice.
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