The center of the 4A baseball world is Klamath Falls this afternoon as the Klamath Union Pelicans and Henley Hornets both host the OSAA State Championships semifinals.
It’s a two-destination doubleheader starting with Klamath Union hosting Newport at 2 p.m. at Steen Sports Park (960 the Sports Legend). The two teams have scored 25 runs apiece in their first two victories, while limiting opponents to a combined seven runs.
Klamath Union senior Jack Bell
Henley is back in the semis for the second-straight year. The Hornets won 8-7 in the state quarterfinals over Hidden Valley.
Henley junior Josh Overstreet
Sisters comes in with a 4A-best 22 wins and has scored the most runs in a postseason game by beating Astoria 17-4. The two play at 4:30 p.m. at Henley High School.
Winners move on the to state title game Saturday at Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer.