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PDX Sports

Thursday, June 19

Basketball: It’s the final week of the International Basketball League regular season, and the Portland Chinooks face the Salem Sabres at 212 Sports in Clackamas, 7 p.m.

Track and field: The USA Track and Field state of Oregon Junior Olympics begin at Willamette University with the first day of the multi-day events.

Friday, June 20

Track and field: The two-day multi-event competition concludes in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics state meet at Willamette University.

Saturday, June 21

Les Schwab Bowl: Kickoff is 1:30 p.m. at Hillsboro Stadium for the annual high school all-star football game, North vs. South. Doors open at noon. The North won last year 21-14.

Thorns: Portland travels to the Maryland SoccerPlex to meet the Washington Spirit in a National Women’s Soccer League game, 3:30 p.m. PT.

Timbers U-23s: Portland’s Premier Development League team collides with Victoria Highlanders FC at Alder Creek Middle School, 7:30 p.m.

Track and field: The USA Track and Field Junior Olympics state championships begin at Willamette University.

Basketball: The Portland Chinooks of the IBL visit the Olympia Reign.

Monday, June 23

Tennis: The Adidas Open Championships are at the Irvington Club.

Sports birthdays

June 23, 1988: Alex Green (age 26), 6-2, 220-pound NFL running back from Benson High and the University of Hawaii. The third-round 2011 pick (Green Bay Packers) was with the New York Jets in 2013-14.

Oregon sports history

June 19-23, 1984

High jumper Joni Huntley from Sheridan High and Oregon State makes the U.S. Olympic team at the trials in Los Angeles, where she will go on to win the bronze medal at the Summer Games.

In Portland, the Cascade Run Off takes place on Sunday morning, June 24, with Simeon Kigen of Kenya emerging as the winner.

In Seattle, Mariners owner George Argyros says he isn’t threatening to move but is unhappy about home attendance, which is averaging 12,398 per game.