The Eugene Emeralds trailed by six going into the ninth inning last night in Yakima… they mounted a rally but managed only four runs, falling short against the Bears 9-7. Despite the loss, Eugene still maintains a one-game advantage over Everett in the West Division of the Northwest League… the Aqua-Sox lost to Spokane. The Emeralds will close out the regular season in Yakima tonight and tomorrow.
- 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
Hannah Rannow - Jonathan "jj" Neece/h4>
The Sports Club, the Siuslaw News and Coast Radio Sports congratulate Siuslaw High School junior Hannah Rannow and Mapleton sophomore JJ Neece. Last night at a ceremony at Siuslaw High School the two athletes were named Athletes of the Year for the 2018 and 2019 School year. Rannow capped her season with a state championship in the 1500 meters and a second place finish in the 800 meter. Neece was a three sport athlete and competed in 4 state championship events including the 100 meters, long jump, triple jump and the Javelin. Neece also was a stand-out football player on offense and defense earning a 1st team all league honors as linebacker on defense.
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Join us this Thursday as we catch up with Siuslaw Viking Wrestling Coach, Neil Wartnik.