Taking a look at Coast Radio Sports

12 September 2014

Viking Volleyball goes the distance for two wins

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On the volleyball court last night, the Siuslaw Vikings came away with a pair of five-game wins. Junction City went up two games to one early in the opener, but the Vikings battled back and took the next two sets. Elyssa Rose had 15 kills; Brittany Long had 12 kills and three stuff blocks.

Newport surged to a two game lead in the nightcap, but the Vikings turned around and swept the next three for the victory. Rose added 20 more kills in that match for a total of 35 on the night.

Coach Angie Herring said Halee Richards played great defense, serving three aces and had seven kills.

Viking Volleyball has the weekend off; they’ll be at home against Creswell Tuesday.

Mapleton Football wins opener

On the gridiron, Chris Free caught a pair of touchdown passes and ran for two more scores and the Mapleton Sailors started their season off with a convincing 40-8 victory over the Creswell JV.

The Siuslaw Vikings will be on the gridiron this evening in Linn County where they’ll take on the Scio Loggers. Airtime on Coast Radio Sports is at 6:45; kickoff at seven.

Harriers headed for Molalla

Siuslaw Cross Country will be at the Highland Tree Farm Invitational tomorrow in Molalla.

Number Two Ducks host the Cowboys

Turning back to the gridiron… there’s just one college football matchup locally tomorrow… the Oregon Ducks have an early call against the Wyoming Cowboys. Airtime on KCST is at 9:30 with kickoff at Autzen Stadium at 11 o’clock.

The Beavers have the weekend off.