Scores From Around Cascadia – September 3rd 2016


Portland Timbers 1-3 FC Dallas

New York Red Bulls 1-0 Vancouver Whitecaps

Portland trail early while Vancouver give up a 50th minute goal for the loss. 


Los Angeles Angels 10-3 Seattle Mariners

Los Angeles answers the Mariners back for a win in Seattle. 

Pac-12 Football:

Eastern Washington Eagles 45-42 Washington State Cougars

UC Davis Aggies 28-53 Oregon Ducks

Rutgers Scarlet Knights 13-48 Washington Huskies

Washington State couged it for the second-straight season opener; this time to their neighbors Eastern Washington. 

Big Sky Football:

Central Washington Wildcats 26-43 Portland State Vikings

CWU give up a 5-point lead at the end of the 3rd quarter as Portland State score 22 unanswered points in the 4th for the win.


Reno Aces 7-2 Tacoma Rainiers

Tacoma are stopped from having their third-straight extra innings game by the bats of Reno.


Spokane Indians 5-6 Everett Aquasox

Eugene Emeralds 0-1 Hillsboro Hops

Boise Hawks 5-4 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes

Vancouver Canadians 8-0 Tri-City Dust Devils

The NWL start their final round of regular season series with a batch of one-run games…except for Tri-City. I guess you could say the recent couging in nearby Pullman floated over to the Tri-Cities. 

GNAC Football:

Western Oregon Wolves 38-30 Sacramento State Hornets

Western open their season with a win on the road over Sacramento State; holding the lead for the entire game.

Canada West Football:

Alberta Golden Bears 24-39 UBC Thunderbirds

Following an exhibition loss to Manitoba last week, UBC return home to start the regular season with a win over Alberta. 

NWC Football:

Wisconsin-Platteville Pioneers 35-0 George Fox Bruins

Central Dutch 50-49 Whitworth Pirates

La Verne Leopards 29-31 Puget Sound Loggers

Willamette Bearcats 21-35 Rhodes Lynx

Whitworth lose in OT as the Dutch successfully convert a two-point conversion while Puget Sound prevent La Verne from converting a two-point conversion with 1:14 left in the 4th that would’ve tied the game.

Frontier Football:

Southern Oregon Raiders 40-45 Eastern Oregon Mountaineers

The 2015 National Championship runner-ups lose on the road against their in-state rival Eastern Oregon.