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MONDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Prince Albert defeats Vancouver in OT for WHL title; Ducks, Beavers off the pace in NCAA men's golf regional


Defender Ellie Carpenter and forwards Caitlin Foord and Hayley Raso have been named to Australia's team for the Women's World Cup.

It is the first World Cup for Carpenter, 19, who has made 31 appearances for Australia.

This will be the third World Cup for the 24-year-old Foord, who was named the best young player at the 2011 World Cup. She has played in 71 matches for Australia, scoring 16 goals. She played in all five games for Australia at the 2015 tournament.

Raso, 24, was on Australia's roster for the 2015 World Cup but did not play.

All three are expected to be available for Portland's 4 p.m. PT Saturday road game against the Washington Spirit before departing for World Cup preparation.

The Women's World Cup is June 7 through July 7 in France.


Dante Hannoun scored with 1:35 left in the first overtime to end a dramatic seventh game and lift the Prince Albert Raiders to the Western Hockey League championship with a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Giants.

Hannoun scored on a back-door finish off a feed through the crease from Noah Gregor, who scored the other two Raiders goals in the decisive game.

It is the second title for Prince Albert, which won in 1985.

Prince Albert was the top-ranked WHL team all season. The Raiders will represent the league at the Memorial Cup tournament, May 17-26 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Vancouver won consecutive games to force Monday's Game 7 after Prince Albert had won three in a row to take a 3-1 lead.


Former Portland Winterhawks forward Cody Glass scored a goal to help the Chicago Wolves eliminate the Iowa Wild in the Calder Cup playoffs.

Glass joined Chicago, the Vegas Golden Knights' American Hockey League affiliate, after the Winterhawks were eliminated from the WHL playoffs. He has four goals and three assists in 11 playoff games.

Glass and the Wolves advanced to the Western Conference finals against former Hawk Chase De Leo and the San Diego Gulls.

De Leo, a Winterhawk from 2011-15, scored his fifth goal of the playoffs 46 seconds into Monday's clinching win for the Gulls, who ousted ex-Hawk Caleb Jones and the Bakersfield Condors in six games.

The best-of-seven conference finals series starts Friday at Chicago.


Jesuit's boys were first and the Crusaders girls second after the first day of the two-day Oregon School Activities Association Class 6A tournament.

The Jesuit boys took a 14-stroke lead over Metro League rival Mountainside through 18 holes at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis. The Crusaders shot a 5-over-par 289. Central Catholic was third at 27-over 311. Lincoln was ninth out of 14 teams at 321.

Westview's girls came in at 12-over 300 at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks to lead Jesuit by 15 strokes. West Linn was third, nine shots behind the Crusaders. St. Mary's Academy was sixth at 353. Cleveland was 12th at 395, and Wilson was 14th at 406.

Three 6A boys were tied for first at par 71: Lincoln senior Nate Stember, Jesuit junior Andrew Reinhardt and Crusaders freshman Ethan Tseng. One shot back was Mateo Fuenmayor, a junior at Mountainside.

Westview junior Alexa Udom fired a 5-under 67 to lead Summit senior Olivia Loberg by one shot. Jessica Ponce, a Westview junior, was third at 71, and Central Catholic sophomore Elise Deschaine was fourth with a 74.

• In the 3A/2A/1A boys tournament, Oregon Episcopal School took the midway lead with a 58-over 346 at Emerald Valley Golf Club in Creswell. Bandon was four strokes back, and Riverdale was third at 82-over 370. Portland Adventist Academy was sixth out of 12 teams at 395.

Portand Christian sophomore Kameron Gomez was in a three-way tie for first at 80 with La Pine junior Tommy Rohde and Rogue River junior Evan Mengershausen. OES sophomore Hudson Hale was fourth at 82, and sophomore teammate Nic Nautiyal was tied for fifth at 83.

• Riverdale sophomore Yvonne Vinceri was third after one round of the 4A/3A/2A/1A girls tournament at Eagle Crest Ridge Course in Redmond. She shot a 4-over 76 to trail two players from St. Mary's (Medford), sophomore Baylee Hammericksen (69) and freshman Riley Hammericksen (74).


Oregon and Oregon State were tied for seventh and 10th, respectively, after the first round of the NCAA Division I Myrtle Beach regional at Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

The Ducks shot a 1-over-par 289 while the Beavers shot 296. Illinois took a commanding lead with a 279. Ohio State was second at 284 while Wake Forest and Florida State finished at 286 to tie for third. California and UNLV shared fifth at 288.

Senior Edwin Yi was the top finisher for the Ducks with a 3-under 69. Yi shot a 4-under 32 on the front nine, with birdies on Nos. 5-8. He started the back nine with a double-bogey 6 and made a bogey 5 on No. 11, but earned birdies on 14 and 16 for a back-nine 37.

Oregon freshman Yin Ho Yue from Hong Kong was tied for eighth with a 70. The Ducks had two golfers, freshman Craig Ronne and redshirt senior Ryan Gronlund, tied for 48th at 75, and sophomore Donald Kay was tied for 61st at 77.

Junior Kyosuke Hara and sophomore Spencer Tibbits had Oregon State's low rounds, both shooting 37-34—71.

The Beavers had no other golfers inside the top 50. Junior Shawn Lu was tied for 54th with a 76, while freshman Sean Kato was 65th at 78. Freshman Nolan Thoroughgood was the highest scorer for Oregon State; he was tied for 68th at 80.

The second round begins at 4:30 a.m. PT Tuesday.

The top five teams after Wednesday's third round will advance to the NCAA championships.

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