One of the nation’s top amateur road racing series is coming to Portland International Raceway this weekend.
The Hoosier Racing Tire Sports Car Club of America Super Tour will bring racers from across the West Coast, including a dozen from Portland, for two days of racing.
Drivers compete across 28 classes and seven race groups in cars ranging from Porsches and Corvettes to open-cockpit vessels. The Portland stop is the eighth in an 11-city national tour.
Admission is free. On-track activities begin around 9 a.m. both days. Racing occurs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Sunday.
Union lacrosse wins playoff match
Union lacrosse beat Emerald Ridge of Puyallup 16-4 in the first round of the state playoffs on Saturday.
Union was led by six goals from Nathan Lindquist, five goals from Isaiah Pratt and three goals from Parker Lindhorst. Goalkeeper Dominic Mendez had 17 saves.
In the quarterfinals, Union will play Eastlake of Sammamish on Saturday at Camas High School’s Cardon Field.
Union won the first Greater St. Helens League championship this year, which is their third league championship in three years.
Men 3.5 League
A. Kelly def J. Hill 4-6,6-1, 11-9
S.Preston def. G. Mikol 6-2, 6-1
Men 3.0 League
A. Thorburn def. C. Garcia 6-2, 2-5, 11-0
C. Vitek def. R. Law 6-1, 6-1
A. Kelly/C. Miller def. T. Brennan/J. Mills 6-3, 6-3
T. LaFrazia/D. Peto def. A. Lafrazia/Johnson (score not reported)
At Husted’s Hazel Dell Lanes
Economy — Men: Ron Kreitzer 237-200-238 675. Women: Debie Watkins 188-179-160 527.
Saturday Nite Sudsers — Men: Gary Hust 226-193-224 643. Women: Laurie Morton 213-200-196 690.
(No league name provided) — Men: Randy Perry 171-226-268 665. Women: Paige Myers 164-165-181 510.
Clark County Running Club
Homestead Park Run, 3,000 meters
1, Oscar Bauman 10:59; 2, Rolf Vellek 11:26; 3, Abby Knight 11:48; 4, Melvin Hoff 12:27; 5, John Newland 12:52; 6, Mark Staub 13:16; 7, Rob Bossert 13:29; 8, Ken Stickney 13:34; 9, Lindsay McChesney 13:55; 10, Joe Rowley 14:09.