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The Beaverton baseball team, hosting top-ranked Roseburg in the quarterfinals of the Class 6A state playoffs on Friday, pushed the Indians right to the limit before Roseburg scratched across two runs to end the Beavers' season with a 2-0 defeat.
To the rest of the state's chagrin, Roseburg's two University of Oregon-bound pitchers have been as good as advertised through three rounds of the state playoffs...Senior catcher Boog Leach led off the fifth inning and scored on a Kody Matthews
The News-Review Graham Dr. Stewart's coach Scott Shaver continues to be encouraged by the way Josh Graham is swinging the bat. He hasn't needed to look any further than the first inning, either, to see the evidence of a hot hitter. Graham hit a two-
After a seemingly endless string of physically and emotionally taxing games, Dr. Stewart's got an easy one in its American Legion Northwest Regional Tournament opener Thursday. The Docs routed Wausau, Wis., 14-0 in seven innings at Patterson Field in
The Docs won their first state title since 1986 on Sunday, upsetting favored Medford 9-6 and 8-7 at Kiger Stadium in Klamath Falls. The Mustangs were the reigning national runners-up and had won state titles in 2007 and '08. Wausau (30-17) defeated
In 1986, not a single player on the Dr. Stewart's roster was born yet. The current coaching staff, then ranging from little leaguers to T-ballers, watched the Docs beat Klamath Falls for the American Legion state championship. Since that summer,
If the sometimes ugly slugfests that seem to occur when Dr. Stewart's visits Klamath Falls prove anything, it's that those kind of games don't favor the visitors. When the score stays low at Kiger Stadium, however, Dr. Stewart's odds go way up.
Rather than letting that large goal be a distraction, the Docs used gems from pitchers Brandon Jackson and Josh Graham, errorless defense and just enough offense to wear down the Eugene Challengers, 4-0 and 4-2. Now Roseburg needs to at least split
A back and forth slugfest with an Area 3 power on the road may have given Dr. Stewart's deja-vu on Monday, only this time Roseburg came out with a win. Stinging from a loss the previous night in Corvallis to Richey's Market, the Docs belted Salem
Instead of riding the momentum from a 5-4 win in 11 innings, the Docs fell flat in the second game of the Area 4 doubleheader, falling to the Falcons 6-3. The loss was the third for Roseburg in its last four league games, all of which they held leads.