If there were sports today ...
This would have been the final day of the NCAA Division I women's basketball Portland regional. The winner at Moda Center would be going to the Final Four.
• The Trail Blazers would have been wrapping up a six-game trip with their second game in as many nights. This one would have been at Brooklyn, and it would have been game No. 76 of 82.
• The Portland Winterhawks would be in the Western Hockey League playoffs.
• The Portland Timbers would be coming off their third of 34 scheduled MLS regular-season games, a Saturday clash at home against the Philadelphia Union. Next up on the original 2020 schedule: a trip to play the Houston Dynamo on April 4.
• The Portland Thorns would be coming off their first preseason game.
• Portland Timbers 2 would be prepping for a Sunday, April 5 game against San Antonio at Hillsboro Stadium.
• The Seattle Mariners would be opening their second series of the MLB season, welcoming the Minnesota Twins to Safeco Field for the first of three games.
• College baseball would have had the Washington State Cougars facing the Portland Pilots at Concordia.
• Oregon State's men's golf team would be playing in the Redhawk Invitational at Tacoma, Washington. The Concordia men would be at the Hanny Stanislaus Invitational at Turlock, California.
The Portland State women's golf team would be in the first day of the Fresno State Classic.
• Monday would have been the start of post-spring break play for many high school baseball and softball teams.
At Ron Tonkin Field, Central Catholic and Century would have met in baseball — barring a rainout. Cleveland had a home game scheduled against David Douglas at Powell Park. Wilson was at Gresham, Franklin at Centennial, and Roosevelt at home against McKay.
Nonleague softball action also was on tap, with Central Catholic facing Liberty at Delta Park, Cleveland playing host to Century at Woodstock Park, and Lincoln at South Eugene.
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