The Eugene Emeralds continue their late season struggle against the Everett Aqua Sox. Eugene managed just six hits in a 7-nothing shutout loss in Everett last night. The Sox had 13 hits in all to improve to 18-9 in the second half of the season, four games ahead of the Emeralds, who are 14-13, in the West Division. The two teams wrap up their three game series this evening.
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Our Town – February 2018
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Our Town for the Month of February features 5 guests including Florence Mayor Joe Henry, Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp, Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch, Western Lane Emergency Operations Group Megan Messmer, and Publisher of the book The Essential Marilyn Monroe, Joshua Greene. Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp Florence Mayor Joe Henry Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch […]
Doc Talk – March 2018
Athlete of the Week
The Sports Club, The Siuslaw News, and Coast Radio Sports congratulate Ryan Rendon-Padilla as Coast Radio Sport's Athlete of the Week. Ryan took first place and set a personal record in the Javelin this past week with a throw of 167 ft 6 in. The fifth best throw in school history.
Honorable mention goes to Brea Blankenship who scored a victory in the 800m with a time of 2:41.51
Viking Sports Talk
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Join us this Thursday as we catch up with Siuslaw Viking Wrestling Coach, Neil Wartnik.