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Photos: Ducks vs Stanford Baseball

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Y’know what they say about rising to the level of your competition? Sometimes it works. So many times last winter the people of the Northwest were treated to Blazer wins over top-tier opponents (the Heat, the Spurs) despite struggling with the likes of the Wizards, the Hornets, etc. In a similar way, the late-arriving, but faithful crowd at PK Park was treated to a beaut of a battle between Stanford’s twice All-American Mark Appel and the lefty from Vancouver, Wash., Tommy Thorpe.

Images copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN.

Photos: Sheldon Baseball VS SEHS Axemen

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Scoring five runs in the inning, Sheldon came back from a 6-2 deficit that had seen them down throughout the entire contest. In total,the final inning saw eight batters come to the plate, with Ben Olsson, Brett Nielsen, Connor Strahm, and the Lewis brothers all coming around to score.

Images copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN
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Photos: North Eugene vs Springfield Baseball

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The Springfield Millers baseball team saw their winning streak extend to four on Monday, as they downed the North Eugene Highlanders by a score of 8-2 at Swede Johnson Stadium.

Images copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN
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Photos: Sheldon vs NEHS Track

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The Sheldon Irish track and field program saw themselves to victory over the North Eugene Highlanders in the boys, and girls, competitions, coming away with a 118-27 victory on the boys’ side and a 82-62 victory on the girls’ side.

Recording wins in 14 of the events, the Irish boys won all but the long jump, javelin, and 400 meters on Wednesday. Winning the 100 meters, 200 meters, 800 meters, 1500 meters, 3000 meters, 110 meter hurdles, 300 meter hurdles, 4×100 relay, 4×400 relay, shot put, discus, high jump, pole vault, Sheldon easily cruised to victory over North Eugene.

The Irish and Highlanders will now send competitors to the Oregon Relays that will take place at Historic Hayward Field this weekend.

All Photos Copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN.
prints from this event are available – contact [email protected] for more information.

Photo Essay: Ducks vs OSU Baseball

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Aaron Payne delivered a decisive, ninth inning blow against the sixth-ranked Oregon State Beavers to give the No. 16 Ducks a 6-3 victory in the first edition of Civil War baseball this year.

The victory vaulted Oregon’s record to 24-8 on the season while the Beavers well to 25-6. The game did have no effect on conference records as it was the first of two non-conference contest between the Beavers this year.

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Photo Essay: Pepsi Invitational Track Meet

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It was a strong outing for the men and women’s track teams in the Pepsi Invitational at Eugene’s Historic Hayward Field. The men came out strong for a first place finish with the women grabbing second place behind Texas A&M. Football stars like De’Anthony Thomas and Dior Mathis flashed their speed on the track as well. Thomas finished third in the 100m with a time of 10.61 seconds to give Oregon six much needed points.

All photos copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN

Photo Essay: Duck Lacrosse vs USC

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In what was the first-ever Lacrosse broadcast to be televised live on the Pac-12 Networks, Hayley Milner impressed Oregon fans with five goals despite their eventual loss. The Oregon Ducks Lacrosse team couldn’t find a way to produce any goals or offensive momentum in the final 10 minutes of their contest against the USC Trojans on Thursday afternoon, falling by a score of 12-10 at Pape Field.

Photo Essay: Duck Softball vs Utah

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The Ducks have managed to produce two six-inning Pac-12 Conference victories, 11-3 and 11-1. With a total of 30 hits and 22 runs, the 18 hits in the first game were a season high for the Ducks (30-5, 7-1 Pac-12). The Ducks won both games because of the eight-run rule.

Photo Essay: Ducks vs Huskies Games 2 and 3

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The University of Oregon baseball team recorded its first complete game of the season as the Ducks used an impressive effort by starter Cole Irvin to propel themselves over the visiting Washington Huskies by a score of 8-0 in the last game of the series. Scattering just four hits over the course of nine innings, Irvin’s complete game shutout also gave Oregon a sweep over Washington, forwarding the Ducks’ conference record to an impressive 8-1. They currently have three more conference wins than Oregon State, whose record in the Pac-12 stands at 5-1.

All images copyright Gary Breedlove for EDN.

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