Archive for the Category ‘Salem-Keizer Volcanoes’

Treb returns for season five with Volcanoes

Treb returns for season five with Volcanoes

The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes have announced that Tom “Treb” Trebelhorn will return to the Volcanoes as Field Manager in 2012. Trebelhorn’s return marks his fifth season with the Volcanoes, the longest tenure for any Volcanoes manager since the team’s inception in 1997.  The Volcanoes won the Northwest League’s Western Division Title in 2008 and 2009, and […]

The year in sports

The year in sports

Mat Men The McNary varsity wrestling team started the year with a Top 10 finish out of 32 teams at the Northwest Duals and followed it up with a first place trophy at the Don York Invite. The mat squad took sixth place in the Reser Tournament of Champions and set themselves to become the […]

Run production lags as Volcanoes’ season ends

Run production lags as Volcanoes’ season ends

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes The Volcanoes, in their final game, again outhit the opposition but lost. The opposition was the Tri-City Dust Devils, who have clinched the East Division championship of the Northwest League. Tri-City won 3-1 on Saturday despite a 9-6 edge in hits for Salem-Keizer.  The Volcanoes finished third in the […]

Volcanoes snatch defeat from the jaws of victory

Volcanoes snatch defeat from the jaws of victory

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes What began as a promising end to the regular home season for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes turned out to be a sloppy defeat. After leading 2-0 at the end of one inning, the Volcanoes fell to the Boise Hawks 9-2 before a crowd of 2,765, leaving 12 men on base […]

Volcanoes swept by Emeralds

Volcanoes swept by Emeralds

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Manager Tom Trebelhorn stirred things up, and so did his players by taking Saturday night’s game to 11 innings, but the Volcanoes lost 5-4, giving the Emeralds a sweep of all the 2011 games the two clubs played in Eugene. Trebelhorn put several reserves in his starting lineup, including […]

Volcanoes sweep Indians

Volcanoes sweep Indians

The Volcanoes completed a five-game sweep of the Spokane Indians on Saturday, with Cameron Lamb and Cody Hall combining for a two-hit 1-0 victory. A crowd of 3,428 on the last day of Cancer Awareness Weekend saw not only the Volcanoes Stadium rarity of a pitchers’ duel but also some excellent fielding plays. In the […]

Sloppy play plagues Volcanoes

Sloppy play plagues Volcanoes

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes The Volcanoes tied a club record with six errors Sunday on their way to a 9-5 home loss to the Eugene Emeralds. It was the first of a three-game home series with the Emeralds, and the crowd of 2,645 saw Salem-Keizer ahead 2-0 after two innings, with starting pitcher […]

Bears halt Volcanoes eruption

Bears halt Volcanoes eruption

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Yakima ended the Volcanoes’ four-game winning streak Saturday with a 9-2 pounding. The Bears, who have been one of the weaker-hitting Northwest League clubs this season, had 16 hits including four doubles and were ahead 7-0 until Salem-Keizer scored its two runs in the fourth inning. The Volcanoes had […]

Bears halt Volcanoes eruption

Bears halt Volcanoes eruption

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Yakima ended the Volcanoes’ four-game winning streak Saturday with a 9-2 pounding. The Bears, who have been one of the weaker-hitting Northwest League clubs this season, had 16 hits including four doubles and were ahead 7-0 until Salem-Keizer scored its two runs in the fourth inning. The Volcanoes had […]

Volcanoes erupt: Seven-win surge

Volcanoes erupt: Seven-win surge

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Everett’s response to five successive losses to the Volcanoes Saturday was, “We’re erupting, and you’re not.” In the last of a three-game series in Everett, the AquaSox won 14-2 and were ahead 10-0 after four innings before Salem-Keizer scored its first run. The AquaSox scored eight runs, only four […]

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