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The Oregon State Beavers’ profitable streak is now at 23, as they defeated LSU 13-1. They are only one win away from the College World Series finals.
Amy Read / Statesman Journal

COLLEGES

BASEBALL

Oregon State: Head coach Pat Casey gained the Slats Gill Award for prime Sportsperson of the Year within the state of Oregon. Casey is presently guiding the top-ranked Beavers within the College World Series.

CROSS COUNTRY

Oregon: Edward Cheserek gained the Bill Hayward Award as prime male newbie athlete of the yr on the Oregon Sports Awards on Sunday night time.

SOFTBALL

Corban: The Warriors have been one among six groups acknowledged because the George Pasero Team of the Year for the state of Oregon.

The award goes to groups from Oregon, no matter degree of competitors, which have gained a nationwide championship and/or achieved nationwide recognition for the 2016/17 educational yr.

Other winners of the award included the University of Oregon Cross Country and Track & Field groups, Oregon Men’s Golf and Oregon Men’s Basketball.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Oregon State: Sydney Wise gained the Bill Hayward Award as prime feminine athlete of the yr on the Oregon Sports Awards on Sunday night time.

AROUND OREGON

NWL

Tri-City Four, Salem-Keizer Three: The Volcanoes gave up the go-ahead run within the prime of the eighth as they fell to the Dust Devils on Sunday night time.

Kelvin Melean went 2-for-Three with two RBIs to steer the offense, nevertheless it wasn’t sufficient as they staff was unable to money in on their alternatives as they left 4 runners on base in scoring place within the recreation.

John Timmons took the loss after permitting a run in two innings of aid. The Volcanoes fall to 1-Three on the season as they appear to finish the collection towards Tri-City with a victory on Monday night time.

NWSL

Portland Thorns: Midfielder Tobin Heath was named the 2016-17 Female Professional Athlete of the Year on the Oregon Sports Awards in Beaverton at Nike World Headquarters.

Heath guided the Thorns to their first-ever NWSL Shield in 2016 because the Thorns posted the leagues greatest document of 12-Three-5. She set a league report with 10 assists within the season. She can also be a standout member of the U.S. Women’s National Team.

TRACKTOWN YOUTH LEAGUE

Salem: Twelve athletes from the Salem group positioned within the prime 4 on the TrackCity Youth League Championship on June 10.

The following boys positioned on the occasion: Mickey Covert within the 9-10 age group (1st place, 100 meters, 13.87), Evan Henkel within the 13-14 age group (1st place, 1500 meters, Four:25.68), Treyson Chaney within the 7-Eight age group (2nd place, 100 meters, 16.12), Evan Gonzalez within the 13-14 age group (2nd place, 400 meters, 56.91), JJ Herrera within the 7-Eight age group (2nd place, lengthy bounce, 10’6.75), Andrew Lovely within the 9-10 age group (2nd place, lengthy leap, 12’00), Evan Gonzalez within the 13-14 age group (2nd place, 1500 meters, Four:32.76), Kenya Johnson within the 9-10 age group (third place, 1500 meters, 5:30.97) and Quinn Burrow within the 9-10 age group (third place, 100 meters, 14.94).

The following women positioned on the occasion: Alison Calvin Stupfeel within the 11-12 age group (1st place, 100 meters, 13.87), Desta Jamison within the 7-Eight age group (2nd place, 400 meters, 1:18.82), Alison Calvin Stupfeel within the 11-12 age group (2nd place, 400 meters, 1:09.62), Sophia Buswell within the 9-10 age group (2nd place, 1500 meters, 5:30.64), Desta Jamison within the 7-Eight age group (third place, 100 meters, 16.44), Emmy Pfankuch within the 11-12 age group (4th place, wheelchair 100, 34.02) and Emmy Pfankuch within the 11-12 age group (4th place, wheelchair 400, 2:09.08).

-Statesman Journal