The Mapleton Sailors accumulated 628 yards total offense on the way to a 50-46 road victory Friday night over the Siletz Valley Warriors. Hunter Simington carried the ball 18 times for 301 yards and five touchdowns. He was three-for-seven passing for 122 yards, including one for a touchdown. Simington also converted on four 2-point conversions; plus he accounted for 23-tackles on defense. Dominic Wells had just one catch, but it was for a 50-yard touchdown.
The Sailors will be at home this Friday to wrap up the regular schedule against Triangle Lake.
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In Myrtle Creek, the Siuslaw Vikings fell into a hole early, losing to the South Umpqua Lancers 40-6. The final game of the year will be Friday, homecoming, against the Brookings-Harbor Bruins. Marshfield blanked Brookings 42-nothing Friday night; North Bend drilled Douglas 43-nothing.
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Despite several injuries and some nasty weather, Oregon State entered the last minute of play Saturday afternoon against Utah in Corvallis with a shot at victory… granted it was a long shot. The Utes came out on top 19-14 in a game that saw two Beaver quarterbacks on crutches.
Oregon had the weekend off. They’ll face the Cal Bears in Berkely Friday night.
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On the schedule today…
The Marshfield Pirates will host the Douglas Trojans in a volleyball match that will determine whether or not the Siuslaw Vikings are outright Far West League Champions. If Douglas wins, they’ll be co-champions with Siuslaw and face a league playoff Tuesday, 7 p.m. at North Bend High School. If the Pirates win, Siuslaw will host a first-round state playoff match later this month.
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