FRIDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Seahawks select USC defensive lineman Green; Oregon running back Freeman goes to Broncos in third round of NFL draft


• Portland has signed defender Kelli Hubly, 5-9, age 23, and from DePaul University and Elk Grove, Illinois. She has played all 360 minutes this season as a roster replacement for forward Hayley Raso, who was away on international duty.


• Seattle picked 6-4, 275-pound defensive lineman Rasheem Green of USC with its second choice in the 2018 NFL draft — in round 3 and No. 79 overall, after trading the 76th pick to Pittsburgh in exchange for Nos. 79 and 220 (seventh round).


• Former Oregon running back Royce Freeman went seventh in the third round of the draft, No. 71 overall, to the Denver Broncos.


• Caroline Inglis, a former Pac-12 champion for the Oregon Ducks, was tied for 27th midway through the Mediheal Championship at Daly City, California.

Inglis shot a 1-over-par 73 on Friday for a 1-under 141 after 36 holes.

The leader by one, Jessica Korda, had a 67 for a 9-under 135.


•  Former UO golfer Ben Crane, from Beaverton, and Alex Cejka combined for a 2-over 74 and were tied for 25th after two rounds of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. At 6-under 138, they trailed leaders Michael Kim and Andrew Putnam by seven shots.

Aaron Wise, former NCAA champion for the Ducks, and playing partner Brian Gay missed the cut after a 74 left them at 4-under through 36 holes.


• In the United Leasing & Finance Championship at Newburgh, Indiana, rookie Wyndham Clark from the University of Oregon was tied for fourth through two rounds.

He carded a 3-under 69 on Friday for a 36-hole total of 5-under 139.

Scott Harrington, from Jesuit High, had a Friday 73 and was tied for 24th with a 145 total.

The leader, Maverick McNealy, was at 137 after a 73.


CLEVELAND 6, Seattle 5

• The Mariners' rally fell just short and they dropped to 1-1 in the four-game series and 14-11 overall, while the Indians improved to 14-10.

The teams will meet at 1 p.m. PT Saturday and 10 a.m. PT Sunday.

In Friday's game, Erasco Ramirez (0-2) started and took the loss, giving up nine hits and six runs in five innings.

Mitch Haniger of Seattle hit a two-run home run (his ninth HR of the season) in the seventh to cut the Tribe's lead to 6-2, and the M's scored three times in the ninth, but they would up with only six hits to Cleveland's 13.

Corey Kluber (4-1) worked 8 2/3 innings for Cleveland.

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