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THURSDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Duck places second in NCAA women's 10,000 meters


MLS didn't say for how much, but its Disciplinary Committee has fined Portland for actions during a confrontation in front of the Los Angeles FC bench last week at Providence Park.

The incident took place during second-half stoppage time in LAFC's 3-2 victory.

Portland midfielder Sebastian Blanco and defender Larrys Mabiala were found in violation of the MLS rule prohibiting hands to the face, head or neck of an opponent.

Timbers coach Giovanni Savarese and LAFC assistant coach Ante Razov were fined for violating the MLS bench behavior policy.

Each club was issued a warning for violating the league's mass confrontation policy for the first time.


Oregon junior Carmela Cardama Baez placed second in the NCAA women's 10,000 meters and freshman Max Vollmer was fifth in the decathlon with 7,703 points at Austin, Texas.

Ducks junior Rhesa Foster finished seventh in the women's long jump.

Four Ducks advanced to the finals: defending champion Jessica Hull in the women's 1,500; Hannah Waller in the women's 400; Susan Ejore in the women's 800, and the 4x100 relay team.


Ime Udoka, former Jefferson High, Portland State and Trail Blazers, is leaving the coaching staff of the San Antonio Spurs to become the lead assistant of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Udoka, 41, will replace Monty Williams, who has been named coach of the Phoenix Suns.


Pat O'Donnell of Happy Valley capped a wire-to-wire victory in the 55th Pacific Northwest Senior Men's Amateur at Florence Golf Links.

O'Donnell shot 71-73-71 over three days for a 1-under-par 215 total that beat runner-up Greg Sanders of Anchorage, Alaska, by two strokes.

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