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Ben Sheckler, who worked seven innings.The Hops' run came when Tra'mayne Holmes hit a double and later came home on Camden Duzenack's sacrifice fly. The five-game series, which the Dust Devils lead 3-1, concludes at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. Hillsboro will return home to face the Eugene Emeralds for three games, 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday at Ron Tonkin Field. Elsewhere in the Class A Northwest League on Monday, Eugene lost at home against Spokane, 2-1; Boise fell at home against Everett, 9-8; and Salem-Keizer lost 7-4 at Vancouver. The results left the NWL South Division standings looking like this in the second-half race: Boise, Eugene and Hillsboro tied for first, all 9-10, and Salem-Keizer 7-11. View the discussion thread. (Portland Tribune)
The theft took place over the June 17-18 weekend, according to coalition founder Steve Holmes.“My intern went over and noticed that we had a shed inside the storage area and someone busted the lock off,” Holmes said in an interview. “They just picked through all of our stuff.”Several pairs of bolt cutters and an air compressor used to fill cart tires were among the items stolen, as well as team leader packs filled with first-aid kits and food items handed out to volunteers at creek cleanups.“They took the packs to put all the stuff in so they could climb back out,” Holmes said, adding that the thieves probably got in by scaling over a fence.He said the storage area also was vandalized with graffiti.Besides the challenge of replacing the stolen tools with a limited budget, Holmes said he’s worried they can be used for criminal activity.“One of the things that’s scary for the community is they probably stole four sets of the bolt cutters, and we had a pretty robust pair in there,” he added. “These guys are thieves, and the last thing they need are those sort of tools in their hands. That’s not good for the community.”With so much of the coalition’s equipment gone, fewer local wa... (The Mercury News)