RECAP: Gardner blisters 100 field; Eaton second in decathlon


6 p.m. — At Hillsboro Stadium, top graduating seniors compete in the annual high school all-star football game.

The South team can even the 66-year series with a victory. The North's lead was down to 31-30-4 after last year's 21-0 South win.

Four players from Central Catholic are on this year's North roster: receiver-safety Beau Duronslet, kicker Mitch Seeley, defensive lineman Adam Canales and lineman Mitch Williams.

Jesuit and Wilson each have two players on the North. The Crusaders are represented by center Doug Brenner and offensive lineman Ryan Brown. The Trojans will have running back Cory Hincks and linebacker Zachary Wildgrube in uniform.

Other Portland area players suiting up for the North: Grant defensive back Kyrell Bishop, Lincoln quarterback John Williams, Franklin defensive lineman Jahmian Howard-Carey and David Douglas defensive end Samson Ebukam.


4 p.m. PT — Portland vs. Sky Blue FC in a battle of leaders.

Halfway through the 22-game regular season, both teams are 8-2-1 and have 25 points, seven clear of the third-place Western New York Flash (5-2-3).

Sky Blue beat Portland 1-0 at Jeld-Wen Field on May 16.

Sky Blue's home is Yurcak Field, the 5,000-seat home for Rutgers soccer and lacrosse in Piscataway, N.J.


All day — The national championships continue at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa.

Among the finals: the men's and women's 1,500 meters and women's steeplechase.

Men's 1,500 finalists include Matthew Centrowitz, Andrew Wheating, Mac Fleet and Lopez Lomong.

The women's 1,500 has Mary Cain and Treniere Moser.

The women's steeplechase finals list includes locals Bridget Franek, Carrie Dimoff, Kimber Mattox and Julia Webb.

Also Saturday, NCAA sprint champion English Gardner from the University of Oregon runs in the first round of the women's 200.

In Friday's action:

English Gardner was the star, winning the 100 in a 2013 world-leading 10.85 seconds.

“I am not going to say I shocked the world, but I definitely shocked myself," she said.

Octavious Freeman of Central Florida was second in 10.87. She also placed second to Gardner in the NCAA meet.

Portland steeplechaser Evan Jager advanced to the finals with the seventh-fastest qualifying time, 8:45.45.

In the men's 800, Nick Symmonds and Oregon Track Club Elite teammate Tyler Mulder finished 1-2 in one heat to advance to Sunday's finals. Symmonds met the world championships qualifying standard with his 1:45.22. Mulder ran 1:45.24.

Elijah Greer, the NCAA champ from Lake Oswego and Oregon, also advanced, placing third in his heat in 1:45.16.

Oregon's Laura Roseler made the 800 women's final, placing fourth in her heat in a personal-best 2:00.54.

In the decathlon, Ashton Eaton was in second place after the first five of 10 events. His 4,405 points trailed Gunnar Nixon (4,449) of the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Eaton was nursing some left leg tendinitis concerns and settled for only clearing two heights (6-2 3/4 best) in the high jump and making only two attempts in the long jump.

"I was trying to play it safe rather than increase the irritation," Eaton said.

In the men's 400 semifinals, Oregon's Mike Berry was disqualified for a lane violation after placing third.


5 p.m. — First game of a doubleheader as Hillsboro meets the Everett AquaSox at Everett, Wash.

The Hops are coming off an 6-5, 11-inning loss to Everett on Friday.


All day — The men's and women's 36-hole finals are set in the 104th Oregon Am at Eugene Country Club.

Thomas Lim, an Oregon Ducks signee from Moorpark, Calif., and defending champion Nick Chianello from Oregon State and Centennial High will play for the men's title, teeing off at 8:15 a.m.

Beaverton High's Gigi Stoll and Kendall Prince, a former Lakeridge High standout now at Arizona, will compete for the women's crown, starting at 8 a.m.

On Friday:

Medalist Lim got to the semis with a 3 and 2 morning victory over Brian Jung of Corvallis and OSU. Lim then beat Justin Kadin of Corvallis/University of Idaho 6 and 5..

Chianello, from Centennial High and Oregon State, moved into the final four with a 1-up victory over Bobby Monaco of Eugene and Santa Clara University. In the semis, Chianello edged UO golfer Rak Cho 1 up.

Stoll won her quarterfinal match 3 and 1 over medalist Caroline Inglis of the Oregon Ducks and then scored a 5-and-4 victory over Kimberly Santiago, a USC player of Lynnwood, Wash.

Prince ousted UO golfer Cassy Lim Isagawa 2 and 1 in the morning. Later, she knocked off Monica Vaughn of Reedsport High 2 and 1.


7 p.m. — Wheels of Justice, Portland's all-star team, faces the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls from Denver in a bout at Oaks Park.

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