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Saturday local sports news/Eastern Oregon scores late to upend Southern Oregon


Seattle 8, Portland 3

At Kennewick, Washington, the Winterhawks fell into a 5-0 hole and lost to the Thunderbirds. This was the last of six Western Hockey League preseason games for Portland (2-3-0-1).

Seattle scored power-play goals 40 seconds apart, the first with a two-man advantage, to begin its big first period. The Thunderbirds led 5-0 after the first period.

Mason Mannek scored his second of the preseason 22 seconds into the second period. Lane Gilliss and Jaydon Dureau each scored his third of the preseason later in the second period.

Dante Gianuzzi gave up seven goals on 26 shots and Lochlan Gordon saved two of the three shots he faced while playing the final 8:31 of the first period.

Seattle was 4 for 7 on the power play and Portland 1 for 5.

The Winterhawks open the regular season with home games on Sept. 21 against Tri-City and Sept. 22 against Kamloops at the Moda Center.


Eastern Oregon 24, SOUTHERN OREGON 21

At Ashland, Eastern Oregon led 17-14 at the half, and neither team scored in the third quarter.

SOU quarterback Wyatt Hutchinson ran 13 yards for a go-ahead score with 10:30 left.

But EUO came back, and Kai Quinn hit Saige Wilkerson with a 4-yard TD pass with 10 seconds left for the win.

Hutchinson finished 19 of 30 passing for 177 yards and two touchdowns. He ran 12 times for a game-high 64 yards.

Quinn was 27 of 49 through the air for 270 yards and two TDs. He ran seven times for 14 yards.

Quinn threw three interceptions. Hutchinson was intercepted two times.


PORTLAND 3, Utah State 2

Washington State 3, Idaho 0

The Pilots finished 2-1 in the North Portland Marriott Invitational at Chiles Center, winning their finale.

UP downed Utah State 25-14, 18-25, 17-25, 25-20, 15-4.

Portland (4-2 this season) 11hit .500 in the fifth set, with the Aggies (0-6) hitting minus-.062.

Shayla Hoeft (21 kills, .515) and Liz Reich (19 kills, .268) led the Pilots' attack, with Kellie Hughes setting 51 assists.

Carey Williams had 31 digs, and Grace Zilbert had 16 for Portland.

UC Davis 3, Portland State 0

The Aggies won the nonleague match 27-25, 25-21, 25-19 at Orem, Utah.

Toni McDougald led the Vikings with six kills, seven digs and four blocks. Freshman middle blocker Riely Daniel had six blocks.

PSU (2-4) was out-hit .294-.118, as UC Davis improved to 5-2.

Cal Poly Pomona 3, CONCORDIA 2

et scores were 15-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-21, 15-12.

William Peace 3, Lewis & Clark 0

Marian (Wis.) 3, L&C 1

Northwest 3, MULTNOMAH 0

Evergreen State 3, WARNER PACIFIC 0


CONCORDIA 3, Regis 1

The Cavaliers won on their home field at Tuomimen Yard, rallying with three second-half goals.

Regis scored at 45:41, but the Cavs equalized in the 62nd minute, went ahead in the 83rd and added a goal in the 86th.

Oscar Rosas scored Concordia's first goal on an 18-yard volley off a cross from Brandon McCurtain.

Nicholas Denley put the Cavaliers in front, scoring from 22 yards off Paul Sydel's through ball.

Kieran McMinn then tallied from 22 yards with an assist from Seydel.

The Cavaliers climbed to 2-0, while the Rangers dropped to 0-1-1 despite a 16-8 edge in shots. Each team put four shots on goal. Kenneth Symmes made three saves for Concordia.

PUGET SOUND 8, Multnomah 0



At Turlock, California, the Cavaliers dropped their season opener, out-shot 15-10 (8-5 on goal). Stanislaus State (1-0-0) scored in the 20th and 83rd minutes.

LEWIS & CLARK 1, Caltech 0

Junior Becca McCullough scored off a corner kick in the 96th minute to give the Pioneers a win in their home opener. Junior Kennie Beighle got the assist. It was McCullough's first career goal.

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