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Junior infielder Allison Michel, who helped the Glide High softball team to a share of the Mountain Valley Conference title and a berth in the quarterfinals of the OSAA Class 3A softball playoffs, was among the players selected to the all-state first team.
Three central Douglas County small-school female athletes will continue their primary sports at two Oregon colleges this fall.
North Douglas beat the odds and won the OSAA Class 2A/1A softball title, 3-1 over Pilot Rock at the OSU Softball Complex in Corvallis on Friday.
MT. ANGEL — No one carried the North Douglas Warriors Tuesday. Every player brought something to the table, and the result was an upset victory on the road.
HALSEY — Nicki Derrick has certainly been a difference-maker in her first two state playoff games with the North Douglas High softball team.
DRAIN — Kalli Frieze started and ended the game with RBI singles for the North Douglas Warriors, who shut out Waldport 10-0 in five innings Wednesday in the first round of the Class 2A/1A softball playoffs.
GLIDE — Team from start to finish defined the Glide Wildcats as they defeated Grant Union 8-6 in the first round of the OSAA Class 3A softball playoffs on Wednesday at Coplin Field.
ALBANY — The Roseburg High softball team didn’t turn in a good performance on the road Monday in the first round of the OSAA Class 6A playoffs.
CORVALLIS — Nick Madrigal hit and a home run and drove in five, Michael Gretler recorded a career-high three RBIs and the top-ranked Oregon State baseball team set a new conference record with its 27th Pac-12 win after defeating Washington State, 14-3, on Sunday at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.
DRAIN — The North Douglas Warriors earned the No. 1 seed out of Special District 3 for the Class 2A/1A softball playoffs after beating Monroe 5-3 on Thursday at Howard Hooker Field.
DRAIN — Tyler Warden hit a two-run home run and Monroe scored four unearned runs in the sixth inning to top Oakland 4-3 in a Special District 3 softball playoff game on Thursday.