Timbers 2 fall at San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO 2, Portland 1
• San Antonio scored two late goals to beat visiting Portland 2-1 in United Soccer League action.
Portland took a 1-0 lead in the 50th minute. Augustine Williams was fouled inside the penalty area by Darnell King and converted the penalty kick.
A run and pass by Marvin Loria set up Williams to create the foul.
That put T2 in position to win, but San Antonio put away two opportunities from near the penalty spot.
Owayne Omar Gordon tied the game in the 85th minute off an assist from King.
The winner came from Alex Bruce, who reacted first to a loose ball.
The loss dropped Portland to 7-4-2 (23 points), still third place in the USL Western Conference. San Antonio is 4-3-5 (17), ninth in the conference.
Next for T2 is a June 9 game at Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, Texas.
PORTLAND 1, Los Angeles Galaxy 1
• A penalty kick by Diego Valeri — his team-high sixth goal this season — enabled the Timbers to escape with a draw at home.
Chris Pontius scored in the 20th minute.
The Timbers, who haven't lost in their last seven matches, are 6-3-3 (21 points).
The Galaxy are 5-7-2 (17).
Oregon State 14, LSU 1
• The Beavers had 15 hits and got solid-enough pitching from ace Luke Heimlich to beat the Tigers in the Corvallis regional and avenge a loss to them in last year's College World Series.
OSU scored five runs in the first three innings, all with two out, to hand Heimlich (15-1) a five-run lead.
A five-run top of the fourth made it a 10-0 OSU lead.
Heimlich worked seven innings, allowing one run on six hits and four walks. He struck out three.
The Beavers will play at 6 p.m. Sunday against the winner of the 3 p.m. game at Goss Stadium between LSU and Northwestern State. A win Sunday night would send the Beavers into the NCAA super regional round. If Oregon State loses on Sunday, the regional title would come down to a 7 p.m. Monday game.
Florida State 4, Oregon 1
• The Ducks' season ended with their second consecutive loss in the Women's College World Series at Oklahoma City.
And, for the second day in a row, Oregon (53-10) struggled in all phases of the game, making four errors, managing just five hits and pitching erratically.
Miranda Elish (25-2), who started for UO, took the loss on a night when coach Mike White used all three of his aces.
PORTLAND 6, Port Angeles 1
• The Pickles took a 2-0 lead after one inning and built it to 6-0 for the win at Walker Stadium in Game 2 of their West Coast League season.
The series is tied 1-1, with the rubber match set for 5 p.m. Sunday.
The visiting Lefties loaded the bases in the top of the ninth, but failed to score.
Gio Diaz was 3 for 3 with three RBIs for the Pickles.
SEATTLE 3, Tampa Bay 1
• The Mariners made it a tie with Houston for first in the American League West.
The M's (36-22) lead the series, 2-0. They'll play the Rays at 1 p.m. Sunday and then have a travel day before meeting the Astros at Houston at 5 p.m. PT Tuesday and Wednesday.
Former Oregon Duck Ryon Healy homered for the ninth time this season, giving the Mariners a 3-1 lead in the sixth inning on Saturday.
Other RBIs came in the third inning from Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager.
Starter Marco Gonzales (6-3) allowed up one run on five hits and two walks in 6 2/3 innings, with six strikeouts.
Edwin Diaz pitched a perfect ninth, with one K, for his 20th save.
The Rays slipped to 28-29.
• Westview captured the Oregon School Activities Association Class 6A title with an 8-4 victory Saturday over Clackamas at Volcanoes Stadium.
The Wildcats roared back from a 4-0 deficit, scoring six runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to take the lead.
The Cavaliers came into the game ranked third by the OSAA, while Westview was No. 1.
The 5A crown went to No. 3 Crater, which knocked off No. 1 Crescent Valley, 2-0, in another game at Keizer.
In the 4A final, at the same venue, No. 4 Gladstone triumphed over No. 3 La Grande, 3-2.
• Top-ranked Tualatin edged No. 2 Clackamas, 5-3, for the OSAA 6A title Saturday afternoon at the OSU Softball Complex.
The No. 1-ranked 5A team, Pendleton, downed No. 6 Putnam, 7-0, for that championship at OSU.
In the 4A final, also in Corvallis. No. 1 La Grande defeated No. 4 Henley, 6-1.