It was another disappointing night for the Eugene Emeralds as they struggle to come back to form following last week’s All-Star break. The Ems committed a couple of errors on the night but it was the offense of the Boise Hawks that staggered the Ems. The Hawks scored 10 runs on eleven hits. Alex Lange got tagged with the loss for Eugene after pitching just one and two thirds innings and giving up 4 runs. Eugene scored twice on the night including one in the ninth as they tried to mount a comeback but fell short. Final score on the night was 10 -2 Hawks. The final game of the 3 game series is this evening at 6:15. The Emeralds return home Friday for the first of five games against the Spokane Indians at PK Park in Eugene.
- 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.