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High school scoreboard, Oct. 6

first_img By The Columbian GO Published: October 6, 2018, 12:10am Share: High school scoreboard, Oct. 6 At McMinnville, Ore.; 5,000 metersTeam scores — 1, Jesuit 25; 4, Heritage 99, Battle Ground 127.Individual winner — Zane Fodge (McMinnville) 15:16.HERITAGE — 9, Ryan Cibart 16:29; 17, Vincenzo Robles 17:!5; 24, Justin Cibart 17:35; 25, Braedon Sitmann 17:35; 28, Kyler Spiller 17:46.BATTLE GROUND — 11, Kyle Ganoung 16:56; 23, Nate Copper 17:33; 27, Eli Kissinger 17:43; 30, Max Cunningham 17:47; 40, Beau Kissinger 18:09.GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYFLAT AND FAST INVITATIONALAt McMinnville, Ore.; 5,000 metersTeam scores — 1, Jesuit 15; 8, Battle Ground 208.Individual winner — Makenna Schumacher (Jesuit) 18:04.BATTLE GROUND — 28, Kendra Matson 21:21; 40, Alena Stevens 22:28; 50, Julia Jensen 23:39; 51, Allison Marlin 23:51; 58, Hayden Williamson 25:18.FOOTBALLWASHINGTON SCORESArchbishop Murphy 36, Lakewood 35Arlington 48, Oak Harbor 42, OTAsotin 54, Kittitas 12Auburn 37, Auburn Mountainview 29Battle Ground 31, Heritage 0Bellevue 42, Interlake 6Bellingham 41, Anacortes 0Black Hills 43, Centralia 7Bonney Lake 29, Spanaway Lake 26, OTBrewster 57, Manson 8Capital 34, Gig Harbor 7Cashmere 30, Chelan 7Castle Rock 42, King’s Way Christian School 20Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 35, South Whidbey 20Charles Wright Academy 41, Chief Leschi 20Cheney 36, East Valley (Spokane) 0Chewelah 46, Springdale 0Chiawana 34, Hermiston, Ore. 10Chief Sealth 46, Lakeside (Seattle) 31Colfax 20, Liberty (Spangle) 15Columbia River 14, Washougal 13Colville 35, Riverside 0Concrete 42, LaConner 7Curtis 28, Bellarmine Prep 7Eastlake 24, Skyline 17Eastmont 41, Davis 0Eastside Catholic 31, O’Dea 13Eatonville 23, River Ridge 20Eisenhower 20, Moses Lake 13Ellensburg 26, Prosser 14Entiat 56, Pateros 6Enumclaw 35, Kentwood 14Ephrata 37, Quincy 3Federal Way 74, Decatur 0Fife 42, Franklin Pierce 27Forks 55, Tenino 14Garfield-Palouse def. Touchet, forfeitGonzaga Prep 35, Central Valley 7Graham-Kapowsin 42, South Kitsap 0Hanford 56, Sunnyside 35Hazen 27, Kentlake 7Highland 28, Cle Elum/Roslyn 0Highline 19, Friday Harbor 6Hockinson 48, Mark Morris 7Hoquiam 14, Elma 13Hudson’s Bay 47, Fort Vancouver 14Ilwaco 20, Ocosta 7Inglemoor 42, Newport-Bellevue 41Ingraham 28, West Seattle 14Kalama 32, Toledo 13Kamiak 14, Cascade (Everett) 13Kamiakin 30, Walla Walla 10Kelso 54, Evergreen (Vancouver) 12Kennewick 7, Pasco 0Kiona-Benton 35, De Sales 6Kiona-Benton 35, DeSales 6Klahowya 46, Vashon Island 7La Salle 33, North Mason 6Lake Roosevelt 47, Oroville 0Lake Stevens 24, Glacier Peak 21Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 38, Deer Park 0Liberty 41, Lake Washington 7Liberty Christian 30, Dayton-Waitsburg 12Lincoln 61, Stadium 6Lynden 17, Burlington-Edison 14Mabton 21, White Swan 8Marysville-Pilchuck 33, Marysville-Getchell 3Meadowdale 48, Everett 14Mercer Island 23, Juanita 0Meridian 35, Lynden Christian 20Monroe 56, Jackson 14Mount Baker 55, Nooksack Valley 21Mount Si 38, Issaquah 6Mount Vernon 42, Mariner 14Mountain View 61, Prairie 0Mountlake Terrace 40, Blaine 0Mt. Rainier 21, Thomas Jefferson 19Mt. Spokane 13, Mead 10Naches Valley 41, Goldendale 18Napavine 46, Morton/White Pass 0Naselle 54, Neah Bay 0Nathan Hale 35, Franklin 20Newport 50, Medical Lake 13North Kitsap 42, Kingston 0Northport 26, Columbia (Hunters) 14Northwest Christian (Colbert) 49, Davenport 14Okanogan 42, Freeman 7Onalaska 34, Rainier 28Othello 24, East Valley (Yakima) 12Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 42, South Bend 0Peninsula 33, Central Kitsap 24Pomeroy 58, St. John-Endicott/Lacrosse 24Port Angeles 28, Bremerton 9Pullman 43, Clarkston 14Rainier Beach 33, Garfield 0Reardan 24, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 14Renton 31, Lindbergh 12Republic 42, Cusick 8Richland 55, Southridge 7Ridgefield 14, R.A. Long 0River View 15, Wahluke 7Rogers (Puyallup) 42, Emerald Ridge 0Royal 42, Connell 0Sedro-Woolley 54, Bainbridge 42Sehome 33, Cedarcrest 0Selah 49, Wapato 0Sequim 28, Olympic 9Shorewood 42, Lynnwood 21Snohomish 41, Edmonds-Woodway 35Squalicum 28, Ferndale 14Stanwood 31, Shorecrest 23Steilacoom 49, Evergreen (Seattle) 0Stevenson 27, La Center 21Sultan 38, Coupeville 6Sunnyside Christian 60, Colton 42Taholah 84, Oakville 6Tekoa/Rosalia 50, Selkirk 24Timberline 42, Shelton 0Toppenish 13, Grandview 7Tri-Cities Prep 30, Columbia (Burbank) 12Tumwater 61, Aberdeen/Wishkah Valley Co-op 3Union 21, Skyview 15University 14, Shadle Park 13W. F. West 41, Rochester 0Warden 52, College Place 0Washington 12, Foster 0Wellpinit 58, Waterville/Mansfield 38Wenatchee 50, West Valley (Yakima) 31West Valley (Spokane) 41, Lakeland, Idaho 13White River 39, Foss 6Wilbur-Creston 42, Kettle Falls 0Wilson 28, Mount Tahoma 0Winlock 36, Mossyrock 7Woodinville 17, Bothell 10Woodland 47, Montesano 13Yakama Tribal 80, Bridgeport 40Yelm 48, North Thurston 0Zillah 48, Granger 0OREGON SCORESAdrian/Jordan Valley 56, Powder Valley 12Amity 50, Willamina 14Astoria 25, Tillamook 12Bandon 52, Illinois Valley 7Banks 55, Valley Catholic 0Barlow 28, Sandy 12Beaverton 38, Mountainside 20Bend 40, Summit 23Brookings-Harbor 19, Douglas 18Burns 38, Umatilla 12Cascade 30, Sisters 7Cascade Christian 52, South Umpqua 0Central Catholic 42, Centennial 19Chiawana, Wash. 34, Hermiston 10Churchill 61, Eagle Point 40Clackamas 51, Gresham 8Clatskanie 55, Taft 12Coquille 50, Reedsport 12Cottage Grove 45, Elmira 13Crane 20, Cove 0Crater 41, Ashland 13Crescent Valley 38, South Albany 3Dufur 56, Imbler 14Echo 39, McKenzie 19Eddyville 58, Jewell 24Elkton 48, Oakridge 22Enterprise 58, Arlington/Condon 8Estacada 28, North Marion 20Falls City 34, Siletz Valley 22Forest Grove 26, Hillsboro 21Gaston 29, Portland Christian 8Gladstone 14, Crook County 6Glendale 56, Myrtle Point 22Glide 64, Rogue River 8Grant Union 32, Stanfield 8Harper 54, Mitchell/Spray/Wheeler 6Harrisburg 33, Sutherlin 7Heppner 38, Irrigon 2Hood River 43, Putnam 12Ione 42, Sherman 22Jefferson 41, Regis 14Jesuit 36, Sheldon 32Joseph 27, South Wasco County 16Kennedy 61, Gervais 20Klamath 29, North Valley 3Lake Oswego 41, West Linn 28Lakeridge 38, Canby 14Lebanon 41, Central 21Liberty 58, Glencoe 0Lowell 68, Mapleton 28Madison 30, Franklin 24Madras 24, Blanchet Catholic 7Marshfield 49, Junction City 8Mazama 14, Marist 6McKay 17, Corvallis 15McNary 21, Sprague 14Milwaukie 61, Benson 19Mohawk 44, Crow 12Monroe 42, Central Linn 21Neah-Kah-Nie 38, Knappa 14Newberg 56, Century 35North Bend 62, Redmond 7North Douglas 30, Yoncalla 28North Medford 37, Grants Pass 29Oakland 18, Creswell 12, OTParkrose 26, Wilson 18Pendleton 62, La Salle 14Pilot Rock 54, Union 24Pleasant Hill 19, La Pine 12Powers def. Gilchrist, forfeitPrairie City 67, Huntington 22Rainier 32, Dayton 8Reynolds 67, David Douglas 14Riddle 42, Days Creek 16Ridgeview 49, Springfield 21Roosevelt 28, Lincoln 21Salem Academy 36, Corbett 8Santiam 74, Chemawa 6Santiam Christian 32, Siuslaw 6Scio 46, Yamhill-Carlton 0Seaside 36, Molalla 7Sherwood 38, McMinnville 27Silverton 23, Dallas 8South Eugene 28, North Eugene 0South Medford 33, Roseburg 12Southridge 55, Mountain View 48St. Helens 48, Cleveland 0St. Mary’s 34, Hidden Valley 16St. Paul 70, Waldport 12Sunset 35, Aloha 12Sweet Home 32, Philomath 14The Dalles 14, Woodburn 13Thurston 61, Willamette 0Tigard 62, Oregon City 27Toledo 68, Gold Beach 12Tualatin 48, Westview 16Vale 20, Nyssa 10Wallowa 58, Pine Eagle 16Warrenton 42, Vernonia 18West Albany 34, North Salem 0West Salem 25, South Salem 0Wilsonville 41, Scappoose 20center_img Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: SATURDAY’S SCHEDULEVOLLEYBALLRidgefield, Woodland at Burlington-Edison Invitational, 8 a.m.CROSS COUNTRYUnion, Mountain View, Woodland at Harrier Classic, Bryant Park, AlbanySkyview at Bowmen Raceway Invitational, 10 a.m. at Portland International RacewayHudson’s Bay at Harvest Classic, 8:45 p.m. at LongviewHockinson, La Center at Nike Hole in the Wall Invitational at Lakewood HSGIRLS SWIMMINGWashougal, Battle Ground, Camas, Columbia River, Evergreen, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Hockinson, Heritage, La Center, Mark Morris, Mountain View, Prairie, R.A. 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Lecture looks at how Canadians and Americans are becoming alike

A renowned author and journalist will visit Brock on Thursday to present a Canadian Studies guest lecture on how Canadians and Americans are becoming more alike.Andrew Cohen, professor of journalism and international affairs at Carleton University, will speak to students and guests on March 31 from 2 to 3 p.m. in Thistle 325.His talk is entitled, “Our Converging Continental Character: How Canadians and Americans are Becoming More Alike.”The event is free, everyone is welcome to attend and no tickets are required.Cohen is author of the best-selling book While Canada Slept: How We Lost Our Place in the World and more recently Extraordinary Canadians: Lester B. Pearson. He was also Washington correspondent at the Globe and Mail.In his 30-year career, he also worked at home and abroad for The Ottawa Citizen, United Press International, Time, The Financial Post, Saturday Night and The Globe and Mail, where he was a foreign correspondent in Washington. read more

Ohio State Heisman winner Hopalong Cassady dies at 85

Heisman Trophy winner Howard ‘Hopalong’ Cassady (No. 40) played for OSU from 1952–55 and is one of the gridiron greats featured in ‘Rare Football Films: The Newsreels’ on Aug. 23, 2013. Cassady died at age 85 Friday in Tampa, Florida. Credit: Courtesy of Wexner Center for the ArtsHoward “Hopalong” Cassady, winner of the 1955 Heisman Trophy as a halfback at Ohio State, died Friday morning at age 85 in Tampa, Florida.Cassady played from 1952-55, earning All-America honors in his final two seasons. Cassady was part of two Big Ten Championship teams and won a National Championship in 1954 under head coach Woody Hayes. Cassady was just the third Buckeye to win the Heisman Trophy, with a 958-yard, 15-touchdown season in his senior year.“We’ve lost not only a legendary Buckeye, but also a wonderful person in Hop Cassady,” athletic director Gene Smith said in a university press release. “He was an all-time great Buckeye in every way. We will have the Cassady family in our thoughts and in our prayers.”His 2,466 career rushing yards were the most in program history at the time, and Cassady is still No. 19 all-time. He was also the leader in all-purpose yardage and scoring after his four seasons at Ohio State.Cassady was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1979, and the Ohio State Sports Hall of Fame in 1997. His jersey was retired by the Buckeyes in 2000.The Detroit Lions selected Cassady as a first-round draft pick, and he’d go on to play seven seasons with the organization, capturing an NFL Championship in 1957. Cassady also played a season each with the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns.Playing three years of baseball at Ohio State, Cassady was inducted into the Columbus Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005, and spent more than 40 years working for the New York Yankees organization.Cassady will be honored at Ohio State’s game against Miami (Ohio) Saturday, according to the release. read more