Baseball/Softball; Track and Field; College Baseball


The Siuslaw Vikings on Friday won both games against Elmira after trailing in the 7th inning. In game one.

Max Reynolds at the plate, there’s the pitch, solid drive over second base, base h it the Vikings win.  Max Reynolds, outstanding comeback for the Vikings.”

Wayne Sharpe and Jay Nilles with the call and a 10-9 win.  The drama was tense in game two. Elmira tied the game in the top of the 7th inning when starting pitcher Jacob Mann came to the plate in the bottom of the 7th with runners in scoring position.

“and there’s a ball hit down the  third base line it’s a fair ball the Vikings win again 6-5.

The Vikings improved to 6-3 in league play capturing the series from Elmira with three exciting games. The Vikings move into second place in the league and will have an out of conference game on Thursday against Cottage Grove.

Siuslaw softball falls to 1-7 on the season losing Friday to Elmira 12-6 and 12-1.

Track and Field

At Friday’s Coquille Twilight the Siuslaw track and field team did well in competition with he boys taking first place and the girls taking second place.  Charles Nelson came in 4th in the 100 meter with a PR of 11.96.  Junior’s Wesley Nicholls and Ray Brito-Xilot were neck and neck in the 200 with Nicholls squeezing out the win with a PR 23.48 and Brito-Xilot just a half second behind.

They repeated the order in the 400 meter taking the top two spots with Nicholls in first. In the 800 meters it was Dylan Jensen at the top at 2:05.0. sophomore Camden Linton took second in the 800 meter and Talan Ross took 5th.  in the 3000 meters it was  the Senior Braydon Linton followed by the sophomore Linton in the top two spots. Derrick Vanduch took first place in the 300-meter hurdles and junior Korbyn Marley took 4th.  The 4×100 and 4×400 relays were won by Siuslaw. On the field it was freshman Caleb Gray with a third-place finish in the javelin.  3 Vikings took the top three spots in the High Jump with sophomore Kale Jensen in first with a 5’10” jump followed by freshman Davian Frazier and junior Justin Allen. Will Johnson took the honors in the pole vault at 11’6”. He also won the long jump at 20’1.5” with Kale Jensen in second. Johnson also won the Triple Jump.

For the girls junior Maya Wells took second in the 800 meters and first in the 1500.  The 3000 meter race was dominated by Siuslaw taking the top three spots in order sophomore Alison Hughes followed by Macy McNeill and Abigail Jones. Siuslaw came in second in the 4×100 relay. In the shot put it was the Lacoutures in the top two positions with Danin in first with a 35’5” throw and Jane with a 34’ even throw. Danin took 3rd in the discus followed by sophomore Madison Carnahan in 4th. Jane Lacouture and Mia Snider took 5th and 6th in the javelin. Sophomore keira Johnson took 4th in the pole Vault.

College Baseball

Duck baseball took two of three from USC, losing Sunday’s game 4-2.  The Oregon State Beavers took two of three from Stanford losing yesterday 11-10.