Vikings Play Hard Despite Loss; Lady Viks Fall to Bulldogs; Far West League JV Meet; Beavers Take Ducks

Bulldogs Take Vikings

A display of resilience.  That is what coach Tom Shinn said about yesterday’s defeat at the hands of North Bend.  A 6 run third inning for the bulldogs could have made it easy for the boys to quit, but Shinn says they continued to scrap and work hard.  North Bend put up 13 runs overall in the win.  The Vikings managed two runs on 5 hits.  Caleb Hennessee records the loss for the Vikings with 3 innings pitched and 7 earned runs.

It was also a tough day for the Lady Vikings on the diamond as they traveled to North bend.  The Lady Bull Dogs put up 22 runs against the Vikings for a 22-2 win.


Vikings Strong Showing at FWL Meet

It was a JV event on the track yesterday for the Far west league in North Bend, but senior Trent Reavis who is still rehabbing from surgery was cleared to compete and took the opportunity to do so.  Reavis hurled the shot put at 47-2.75 for a first place finish.  KC Tatum finished second with a 42-7 toss.  Tatum also finished first in the discus with a distance of 127-01.

Ryan Jennings finished first in the 400 meters with a time of 58.28 and a third place finish in the 300 meter hurdles.

In the javelin freshman Skyler Loomis finished first with 143-01 toss and Trent Reavis posted third with 134-09.

Junior Korbin English finished second in the long jump with 18-09 and Kyle King took the triple jump with a distance of 39-11.5

On the ladies side Gracie Freudenthal won the 200 meter race in 27.18 a personal record for her.  Lainey Goss took second in the 1500 meters.  In the shot put freshman Andrea Osbon took first with a 34-00.5 toss and Madison Reynolds came in second at 33-06.5.  Osbon also finished second in the javelie with a personal record toss of 88-08.

Beavers Take Ducks

The Beavers visited PK stadium last night to take on the Ducks.  Beavers won 4-3