Diamond Sports: OIT blows lead to fall to La Sierra

Hand in Baseball Glove Catching Ball

 

ATHERTON, Calif. – The Oregon Tech Owls baseball team was on the road for a non-league match with La Sierra Thursday night. With OIT leading 7-2 through seven, La Sierra scored seven runs in the final two innings to win 9-8.

Tech’s Dylan Rogers homered for the first time this season in the game.

Oregon Tech plays an NAIA West doubleheader on Saturday against Menlo.

High School Diamond Sports

Baseball
D’Evelyn (Colo) 9, Henley 1 – Coach Bob National Invitational in Arizona
Gold Beach 7, Bonanza 0
Gold Beach 10, Bonanza 9

Softball
Bonanza 12, Gold Beach 2
Bonanza 16, Gold Beach 14
Tulelake 7, Princeton 1
Princeton 11, Tulelake 4 

Pac-12 Baseball

A two-run home run by Ryon Healy helped the Oregon Ducks to a 5-3 extra innings victory over Washington in the series-opening game between the two at PK Park Thursday night. After Healy hit a two-out single in the eighth to tie the game, Healy hit the 10th inning home run to win it.

It was the first walk-off homer for an Oregon player since baseball was reinstated at Oregon in 2009 and the first for Healy in quite a while.

Oregon junior infielder Ryon Healy (Courtesy: GoDucks.com)

In San Diego, a Kavin Keyes solo shot in the fourth inning gave second-ranked Oregon State a one-run lead, but the University of San Diego scored the final four runs of the game to beat the Beavers 7-4 on Thursday night. It was Keyes first home run of the year, but couldn’t help OSU overcome five errors in the series-opening loss.

Oregon State is playing non-league games this week, but enter Friday’s play tied with Oregon and UCLA at 5-1 to lead the Pac-12 Conference. UCLA lost 4-1 to Arizona State on Thursday.