The Estacada Junior American team won a Memorial Day baseball tournament, going unbeaten in their five games. The Rangers surrendered only five combined runs through their first four games before beating Clackamas 13-11 in the championship game. Estacada trailed by five runs midway through the championship game before rallying to tie the score 11-11 in the sixth inning and winning the title with two runs in the ninth.

The team includes Dylan Adcock, Mateo Burgos, Kenny Clark, Nathan Hagel, Daniel Hunt, Nicholas Keller, Josh Kramer, Jeremiah May, Charles Narozniak, Austin Nelson, Bryan Ruffing, Kaden Settle and Jose Vazquez.

Berg finishes second at Blue Lake

Matt Berg, 40, of Troutdale finished second overall at the Olympic-length triathlon at Blue Lake on Sunday. He was the leader through the half-mile swim, coming out of the water in 19:30 — almost 20 seconds ahead of anybody else. He finished the three-phase race in 1 hour, 56 minutes, 59 seconds — hitting the line just seven seconds behind winner Blair Bronson, 25, of Corvallis.

Ann Davidson, 49, of Portland won the women’s race in 2:13:33.

? Craig Dean, 38, of Portland won Saturday’s sprint triathlon in 1:02:01 with Jason Schroeder of Boring coming in fifth. Portland’s Sara Cannon, 44, was the top women’s finisher in the shorter event with a time of 1:07:42.

Timbers U23s rally to earn draw

The Timbers U23s got second-half goals from Saad Abdul-Salaam and Mark Sherrod to earn a 2-2 draw with the Kitsap Pumas on Saturday. Portland midfielder Jose Ribas assisted both goals within a five-minute span, getting the tying goal with about 25 minutes to play.

The Timbers held an 11-4 edge in shots taken.

Portland (5-1-2) moved ahead of Victoria by one point for first place in the Premier Development League. The Timbers U23s play Kitsap at 7 p.m. Friday at Alder Creek Middle School in Clackamas.

Chinooks knock off reigning champs

The Portland Chinooks defeated reigning International Basketball League champion Bellingham 121-113 on Tuesday, getting a team-high 29 points from Kevin Ford who shot 13 for 17 (.765) from the field. Teammate Jared Cunningham added 25 points, while David Lucas poured in 21 in the victory.

The Chinooks exploded for 40 points in the second quarter to turn an early one-point deficit into a double-digit lead by halftime.

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