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Volcanoes split wins, losses

Volcanoes split wins, losses

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Aug. 15: Volcanoes 13, Hawks 5 Resuming their powerhouse attack, the Volcanoes ended their series at Boise with a win that included five home runs. Mac Williamson hit two homers and Joe Rapp, Stephen Yarrow and Andrew Cain one each. The Hawks, who were ahead 4-3 after four innings, […]

Indian surge topples Volcanoes in 9-8 loss

Indian surge topples Volcanoes in 9-8 loss

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A seesaw game Aug. 10 that included five Salem-Keizer errors ended with the Volcanoes losing to Spokane at home 9-8. Many in the crowd of 4,242, who before the game watched Striking Out Meth in Marion County ceremonies featuring many law officers, must have figured after two innings that […]

Volcanoes can’t overcome fifth inning onslaught

Volcanoes can’t overcome fifth inning onslaught

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes The Volcanoes never recovered from a five-run blowout in the Eugene half of the first inning Saturday and lost the second game of their home series 11-6. Despite outhitting the Emeralds 13-12 and showing life in the ninth inning, the Volcanoes failed to get rallies going at other times […]

Volcanoes evade sweep in 7-6 win

Volcanoes evade sweep in 7-6 win

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A 7-6 victory in 10 innings closed out The Volcanoes’ five-day road series with the Tri-City Dust Devils Monday, preventing a sweep. Salem-Keizer scored the first run of the game in the first inning on a bases-empty home run by Joe Rapp, his sixth, but fell behind 5-1 after […]

Bears’ claws come out, stymy Volcanoes

Bears’ claws come out, stymy Volcanoes

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Tough Yakima pitching and a few big hitting blows held the Volcanoes scoreless Saturday at home, with the Bears winning 4-0 before a Cancer Awareness Weekend crowd of 3,464. Kendry Flores, Salem-Keizer’s starting pitcher, took the loss for a 1-2 record despite slightly lowering his season earned run average […]

Volcanoes pick up 5-3 win

Volcanoes pick up 5-3 win

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Long balls from Joe Rapp and Dashenko Ricardo and the strong pitching of Joan Gregorio led the Volcanoes to a 5-3 win July 6 in the last game of the home series with Vancouver before a crowd of 3,320. Preceding the game was the final night of the patriotic […]

Volcanoes can’t avoid sweep by AquaSox

Volcanoes can’t avoid sweep by AquaSox

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes It took the strongest club in the Northwest League 11 innings, but the Everett AquaSox beat Salem-Keizer 4-2 Saturday at Volcanoes Stadium to sweep the three-game series. Everett scored the first run of the game in the third inning, the Volcanoes went ahead by one in the fifth, and […]

Hot bat, pitching can’t hold off Ems

Hot bat, pitching can’t hold off Ems

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Rafael Rodriguez’s big bat and effective work from the Volcanoes’ last two pitchers were not enough to keep visiting Eugene from beating Salem-Keizer 10-7 Monday. Rodriguez tripled in the third inning, driving in Matt Duffy and Chuckie Jones, and scored on a double by Brennan Mergenthaler. In the seventh, […]

Volcanoes need extras to claim season debut

Volcanoes need extras to claim season debut

BY HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A 12-inning 3-2 victory over visiting Boise opened the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes’ 2012 season Friday, June 15 before a crowd of 3,256. One of last year’s Volcanoes pitchers, Matt Graham, won the game in relief. The winning run was scored by Sam Eberle shortly after he singled in his first […]

Volcanoes return June 15

Volcanoes return June 15

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Tom Trebelhorn, manager of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, has his eye on the draft for this season. Last year’s Volcanoes finished in the cellar of the Northwest League West, although they had a better win-loss record than the East division’s Yakima Bears. Starting pitching was the big problem, but Trebelhorn […]

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