The Eugene Emeralds scored four runs in the third, then a Jace Peterson solo home run in the fourth inning broke a 4-4 tie, lifting the Ems to a 5-4 win over the Everett Aqua Sox last night. It was the first win of the year in Everett for the Emeralds who have struggled, particularly against the Sox, down the stretch. The Spokane Indians will be in Eugene beginning this evening to begin the final five-game home stand for the Emeralds.
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Athlete of the Week
The Sports Club, The Siuslaw News and Coast Radio Sports congratulate Hector Garcia as this week's Athlete of the Week. Against a tough Hidden Valley defense on Friday night Hector racked up 176 yards and a touchdown in Siuslaw High School's first playoff in 5 years. Garcia averaged 5.3 yards per carry against the Mustangs defense.
Honorable Mention goes to senior cross country runner Hannah Rannow whose third place finish in the State Championships’ on Saturday cemented the Vikings second place finish at state.
- November Our Town – 2019
City of Florence Residential Code Informational Session: Kelli Weese/Wendy Farley-Campbell School Safety Concerns: Siuslaw School Superintendent Andy Grzeskowiak, Siuslaw High School Principal Kerry Tatum, Siuslaw School Board President Guy Rosinbaum Project Hero: Mark Gutierrez Community Support Team: Lori Severance Dune Restoration: Andy Vobora, Brian Saunders Alek Skarlatos: Running for Congress H&R Block: Alan Twombly
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Join us this Thursday as we catch up with Siuslaw Viking Wrestling Coach, Neil Wartnik.