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.
More in Sports:
- Vikings Out-Batted Against Sutherlin; Lady Viks Softball; Ducks and Beavers Advance to Sweet 16; Ducks Eliminated; Beavers Sweep Cal; Ducks Can’t Stand the Heat March 19, 2018
- Vikings Host Sutherlin; NCAA Women’t Tournament; Ducks Play Sunday in Round 2 of the NIT; Beavers and Bears Start 3 Game Diamond Series March 16, 2018
- Vikings Play First Pre-Season Game; Ducks Scheduled to Meet Marquette in NIT March 15, 2018
Our Town – February 2018
- Our Town February 2017
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
Coast Radio Sports congratulates Abby Coday as this week’s Athlete of the Week. Abby and the Siuslaw Viking bowling team took second in the state competitions over the weekend where she earned the title of State MVP garnering the highest point total of all bowlers. Coach Dusty Anderson said that all the bowlers contributed to the successes this year and were all MVP’s in his mind.
Faith Coday receives Honorable Mention for her performance during the Championship run where she struck out in two important matches.
(for all of you baseball fans...striking out in bowling is a good thing)
Viking Sports Talk
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Join us this Thursday as we catch up with Siuslaw Viking Wrestling Coach, Neil Wartnik.