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.
- Our Town: July 2019
Ava Glowacki: Power of Florence Jay Nilles: Boating Safety Megan Messmer, Chief TomTurner, Jamie Gorder: Block Party & National Night Out Nyah Vollmer, Kathy Wenzel, Jason Wood, Mary Jo Vollmar: Benefit concert Sam Johnson: New Siuslaw Head Football Coach Wendy Farley-Campbell: Accessory Dwelling Units
Athlete of the Week
The Sports Club, the Siuslaw News and Coast Radio Sports congratulate junior Viking quarterback Elijah Blankenship. Elijah led the Vikings to a comeback win on Friday night against Philomath with 318 yards passing and 129 yards rushing while connecting on two touchdown passes in the second half.
Honorable mention goes to freshman Viking Cross Country runner Samuel Ulrich whose personal record time of 17:17.1 in the 5000 meters at Saturday's Northwest Classic helped Siuslaw move into first place.
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Join us this Thursday as we catch up with Siuslaw Viking Wrestling Coach, Neil Wartnik.
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