This week’s Athlete of the Week Honors goes to sophomore Distance runner Hannah Rannow. Hannah continues to break her personal-best records finishing the 5,000 meters in Saturday’s Paul Mariman Invitational in a time of 19:39.56. Hannah’s third place finish helped to propel the girls to a second place finish in the meet.
Honorable Mention goes to freshman Brea Blankenship who finished sixth in the field of 76 runners in the 5,000 meters also with a personal best time of 20:42.02.
Far West League Volleyball pits the Lady Viks against the Bulldogs in North Bend…. Mountain West League Volleyball pits Mapleton against visiting Eddyville Charter.
Hall Humbled to Helm Beavers
Following yesterday’s announcement of the resignation of Head OSU Football coach, Gary Anderson, Oregon State University’s vice president Scott Barnes held a press conference where he introduced interim coach Cory Hall to the media. Hall said he was humbled by the opportunity to coach the remainder of the season in an interim position.
201: “I can assure Beaver Nation that I will do everything in my power to move these young men forward in a positive manner. My first order of business will be to get back on the field and preparing for our game against Colorado this Saturday.”
Hall says he promises the fans and the players his best. He says that’s what the players deserve, and that is why he does what he does. Barnes told reporters that the decision that was mutually agreed upon was difficult since he and Anderson had not only worked together, but have been friends for many year.