SUNDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Plus, short recaps of Oregon State. Portland Pickles and Seattle Mariners baseball


• Former Oregon Ducks star Wyndham Clark tied for 27th in the

Rex Hospital Open at Raleigh, North Carolina.

Clark shot a par-71 in the final round for a 10-under 274 total.

Joey Garber won with a 266, one better than Scott Langley.


Oregon State 12, LSU 0

• OSU is in the NCAA super regionals and will play host to Minnesota.

The Beavers, who beat the Tigers 14-1 on Saturday night, thumped them again on Sunday night to finish 3-0 in regional play at Goss Stadium.

LSU stayed alive on Sunday afternoon, downing Northwestern State, 9-5.

But with Kevin Abel blanking the Tigers over eight innings and Kyle Nobach driving in four runs, Oregon State stayed hot before a crowd of 3,915.

Steven Kwan homered in OSU's first at-bat and wound up 3 for 4.

Cadyn Grenier also hit a home run.

Nick Madrigal was named Most Outstanding Player of the regional.


PORTLAND 2, Port Angeles 0

• The Pickles improved to 2-1 after their first series in the West Coast League.

Before a crowd of 2,017 at Walker Stadium, three Portland pitchers held the Lefties to two hits, a pair of singles.

Starter Damon Treadwell and Brad McVay (1-0) each worked four innings, and Brad Bonnefant closed in the ninth.

Doubles in the fourth inning by Daniel Lopez and Joey Cooper gave Portland a 1-0 lead. The Pickles added a run in the seventh on Jace McKinney's two-out, RBI single.


SEATTLE 2, Tampa Bay 1

• Felix Hernandez (6-4) went eight innings, holding the Rays to one run on five hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts, as the Mariners completed a three-game sweep at Safeco Field.

Edwin Diaz got his 21st save.

Seattle rallied with two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. Denard Span and Dee Gordon had RBI singles, accounting for half of the Mariners' four hits.

Seattle (37-22) stayed in first place in the American League West, a half-game ahead of Houston, pending the Astros' night game versus Boston.


Victoria Gailey of Tigard and Ian Siebers of Bellevue, Washington, won Pacific Northwest Section Junior PGA Championship age 16-18 titles at the OGA Course in Woodburn.

Gailey and Lauryn Nguyen of West Seattle will represent the section at the girls national tournament next month in Lexington, Kentucky.

Siebers and Preston Bebich of Gig Harbor, Wash., will go to the Boys Junior PGA Championship in Louisville, Kentucky.

Siebers had a two-round total of 7-under 137, and Bebich was second at 140.

Gailey shot 148, and Nguyen came in with a 154 total.

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