Friday sports in a nutshell
Portland beats Colorado 1-0 at Jeld-Wen Field.
MF Diego Valeri scores in the 13th minute.
Valeri, Ryan Johnson and Darlington Nagbe lead Portland with eight goals apiece this season.
TIMBERS THIRD IN MLS WEST
Seattle 49 points (seven games remaining)
Real Salt Lake 38 (five left)
Portland 46 (five left)
Colorado 45 (four left)
L.A. 44 (six left)
FC Dallas 40 (six left)
Vancouver 38 (six left)
San Jose 38 (five left)
Chivas USA 26 (five left)
Saturday: Real Salt Lake at San Jose, L.A. at Seattle, Montreal at Vancouver.
Sunday: New York at Dallas.
WINTERHAWKS ROLL IN OPENER
Defending WHL champs crush Prince George 9-2 before 9,139 at Moda Center.
Portland outscores Cougars 5-0 in second period to lead 6-1.
Two goals each for Chase De Leo and Presten Kopeck.
Four assists for Oliver Bjorkstrand, three for Nic Petan.
Seven Hawks score at least one goal; 11 Hawks notch at least one assist.
Brendan Burke makes 29 saves in the win.
Next: Portland at Seattle, 7 p.m. Saturday. Season-opener for Thunderbirds.
Central Catholic 4-0 after 45-31 win at Jesuit (2-2).
Grant wins first game on its new artificial turf. Generals edge Barlow 22-20. Bruins fail on 2-point conversion with 36 seconds left. Grant 1-3.
Lincoln falls to 2-2 with 49-24 home loss to Canby.
Parkrose 3-1 after 43-24 victory over visiting Sandy. Broncos soar to No. 1 in OSAA 5A rankings.
Roosevelt 2-0 in PIL 5A, 2-2 overall. Riders rout Wilson 47-27, outscoring Trojans 27-0 in second half at Wilson (1-3).
Jefferson 3-1 overall, 1-0 in PIL 5A after 26-6 home win over Cleveland (1-3).
Franklin downs visiting Redmond 41-32, improves to 3-1.
Madison beats Benson 26-12 at Marshall. Senators are 2-2, Techmen 0-4.
2A Portland Christian goes to 4-0 with 26-22 win at Rainer (1-3).
Oregon State (2-1) prepares to play San Diego State (0-2), 4:30 p.m. Saturday (CBS Sports Network).
Portland State (2-1) wraps up nonconference play at UC Davis (0-3), 6 p.m. Saturday.
Lewis & Clark's home opener is 1:30 p.m. Saturday vs. Wisconsin-Plateville at Griswold Stadium.
Linfield, ranked No. 3 in D-III, also opens at home. Wildcats (1-0) take on rival Cal Lutheran (0-1, No. 22), 12:30 p.m.
Concordia University's volleyball team, No. 21 in NAIA, gets first win at Southern Oregon since 2002. Cavaliers (11-2, 5-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference) win 26-24, 26-24, 25-13. SOU drops to 5-6, 2-2.
Concordia's women's soccer team, No. 4-ranked, scores 2-0 home victory over Carroll College in Cavalier Cup at Tuominen Yard. Cavs climb to 5-1-1, Carroll 3-2-0.