COMMUNITY SPORTS.Byline: The Register-Guard
Jon Higgins, 17, of Eugene is spending his summer playing American Legion baseball American Legion Baseball is a variety of amateur baseball played by teenage boys in 45 states in the USA. Purpose
According to the American Legion, the purpose of American Legion Baseball is to give young men "an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, with the Albany Rockets. After graduating from Sheldon High School Sheldon High School may refer to:
NOTES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
To submit events
The deadline for community sports notes and announcements is Thursday at noon. Submit listings to: Gil Hulin, P.O. Box 10188, Eugene OR 97440, e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to 687-6674.
Third in pole vault pole vault
Track-and-field event consisting of a vault for height over a crossbar with the aid of a long pole. It became a competitive sport in the mid-19th century and was included in the first modern Olympic Games. nationals: Lindsay Spencer of Emerald Valley Track Club competed last week in the 2004 Youth Outdoor Track & Field National Championships in Baltimore. She placed third in the intermediate girls' pole vault competition with a vault of 8 feet, 4 1/4 inches. The winning height was 10-10.
In-line hockey The City of Eugene is holding open registration for its youth in-line hockey league through July 16. Based on the number of registrations, the summer program may include novice, intermediate and advanced leagues in men's, women's and youth divisions. The league will play eight games Aug. 2-25. The cost is $35 for youth, $40 for adults, and is open to all players ages seven and older.
Nineman football The National Nineman Football League is currently registering new players and free agents at this time for the 2004 fall league season. A meeting will be held at 7 p.m. July 22 at the American Red Cross American Red Cross: see Red Cross. , 862 Bethel Drive in Eugene. For more information, contact the NNFL at email@example.com, or call 606-9626.
Senior-Masters sports festival Registration will continue through July 15 for the 2004 Senior-Masters sports festival. Information and forms are available at area golf courses, tennis centers, senior centers and Bi-Mart stores.
Major League Soccer: The Eugene Family YMCA YMCA
in full Young Men's Christian Association
Nonsectarian, nonpolitical Christian lay movement that aims to develop high standards of Christian character among its members. is co-sponsoring with Major League Soccer a choice of half-day or full-day soccer camps July 19-23. The half-day camp goes from 9 a.m. to noon and the full-day camp 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open to players ages 7-16, the camps will be at the South Eugene High School South Eugene High School is a public high school located in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It was founded as Eugene High School around 1900, and was located at Willamette Street and West 11th Avenue in a brick building that later served as Eugene's city hall. fields across from the YMCA. Register at the YMCA front desk at 2055 Patterson St. For further details, contact the Y at 686-9622.
YMCA cheerleading The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
Please [ improve this article] or discuss the issue on the talk page. camp: Girls and boys entering grades 1-8 may attend this camp, which teaches the basics of cheerleading, including jumps, stunts and dance. Campers will work on several routines and learn to create their own cheers. The July 19-23 camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon each day. Register at the YMCA front desk, or call Shannon at 686-9622 for more details.
Track and field seminar: Track City Track Club coach Aaron Lamb will discuss long jump techniques and training at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Hayward Field For other uses of "Hayward", see Hayward (disambiguation).
Hayward Field at University of Oregon is one of the most well-known historic track and field stadiums in the United States. It has been the home to the University of Oregon Track and Field teams since 1919. , just prior to the youth All-Comers meet. The presentation is free and open to all.
Fall softball meeting Willamalane Park and Recreation District will be hosting an organizational meeting for new men's and co-ed softball teams wishing to participate in the 2004 fall league. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. today, in the Memorial Building, 765 A St., Springfield. Registration and fees will be discussed at that time. Information, 763-4544.
All-Comers Youth Meet, July 7
At Hayward Field
SOFTBALL THROW - Elizabeth Prevedello, 64-3. LONG JUMP - Paige Davis Mindy Paige Davis (born October 15, 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American actress and theater arts performer living in Manhattan. Davis attended Charles H. Bird Elementary School in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin from first grade through part of fifth grade before moving to , 7-10. 100 - Karina Clark, 17.8. 200 - Clark, 38.9.
SOFTBALL THROW - Jessica Fife, 55-6. LONG JUMP - Erin Keough, 10- 1/2 . 100 - Cori Ewart, 16.5. 200 - Alexis Frey, 35.7. 400 - Megan Hass, 1:38.7. AGE 9
SOFTBALL THROW - Katelyn Riedinger, 81-1. SHOT PUT - Christina Domhice, 14-8. LONG JUMP - Danielle Krier, 9-6 1/2 . HIGH JUMP - Tiwanna, 3-0. 80 HURDLES - Haley McDonald, 13.6. 100 - Katelyn Rasmussen, 16.1. 200 - Rasmussen, 34.7. 400 - Jennifer Lavassaur, 1:24.2. MILE - Kodye Harvey, 8:13.2.
SOFTBALL THROW - Laura Grube, 109-4. DISCUS - Grube, 43-6. SHOT PUT - Jamie Whisler, 13-10. LONG JUMP - Olivia Houser, 12-10. HIGH JUMP - Kaitlyn Moore, 3-2. 80 HURDLES - Kristin Clarke, 13.3. 100 - Jalen Tims, 15.1, Houser, 15.1. 200 - Tims, 33.5. 400 - Houser, 1:12.9. MILE - Whisler, 7:39.4.
SOFTBALL THROW - Hailey Peterson, 77-10. LONG JUMP - Iris Anderson, 13-8. 100 - Maria Kropf, 13.4. 200 - Anderson, 30.7. 400 - Jessica Harper, 1:13.8. MILE - Peterson, 7:31.3.
SOFTBALL THROW - Michelle Mudder mud·der
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Noun 1. mudder - a racehorse that runs well on a muddy racetrack
bangtail, race horse, racehorse - a horse bred for racing , 99-6. LONG JUMP - Taylor Thompson Taylor Marie Thompson (born February 24, 1992) is an American singer from Santa Maria, California. She is the older sister of fellow singer Tori Thompson, and in 2003 they both won a spot on the FOX television show American Juniors which was a spin-off of , 12-7. HIGH JUMP - Jana Whisler, 3-10. 100 - Megan Keough, 15.0. 200 - Abigail Metcalf, 32.2. 400 - Thompson, 1:11.5. MILE - Breanna Hartshorne, 6:50.6.
SOFTBALL THROW - Nick Gibson, 74-0. LONG JUMP - Hank Forret, 8-6 1/4. 100 - Gibson, 16.8. 200 - Clay Whipp, 37.9. 400 - Whipp, 1:30.7. MILE - Truett Hanes, 7:26.2.
SOFTBALL THROW - Casey Chubbfertal, 106-6. LONG JUMP - Spencer Traxtle and Andrew Park, 10-3 1/2 . HIGH JUMP - Tyler Abrahamson, 3-4. 100 - Traxtle, 15.6. 200 - Traxtle, 33.7. 400 - David Bellamy David J. Bellamy OBE (born 18 January 1933) is an English botanist, author, broadcaster, environmental campaigner, and a global warming sceptic. Background
Bellamy was born in London. He was brought up as a strict Baptist. , 1:19.8. MILE - Tyler Church, 7:30.9.
SOFTBALL THROW - Kyle Giublini, 102-0. LONG JUMP - Jesse Fix, 10-5. 100 - Fix, 15.7. 200 - Mitch Horning horn·ing
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See shivaree. See Regional Note at shivaree.
[Probably because horns are blown at the shivaree.] , 34.7. 400 - Dylan Weber, 1:21.4. MILE - Weber, 7:19.6.
SOFTBALL THROW - Jake Lindland, 123-5. DISCUS - Lindland, 36-8. SHOT PUT - Joe Clem, 22-7 1/4. LONG JUMP - Jordan Wiley, 11-3. HIGH JUMP - Donovan Rubio, 4-6. 80 HURDLES - Gregory Park, 12.9. 100 - Rubio, 14.6. 200 - Rubio, 31.0. 400 - Jacob Stoudhammer, 1:19.9.
SOFTBALL THROW - Derek Smith Derek Smith can refer to any of the following people
SOFTBALL THROW - Garret Horning, 179-5. DISCUS - Caleb Sundholm, 72-8. SHOT PUT - Michael Sherman, 24-1 1/2 . LONG JUMP - Matt Saylor, 11-9. HIGH JUMP - Matt Fife, 3-8. 80 HURDLES - Dylan Singer, 11.9. 100 - Lex See yacc.
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Road Run/Walk Calendar
SUNDAY, AUG. 1 - Bark in the Park Bark in the Park is an annual festival for dogs and their owners in the San Jose, California, Naglee Park neighborhood, held on the third Saturday in September.
It is a fundraising event hosted by the Naglee Park neighborhood's Campus Community Association (CCA). is a five-kilometer run and two-kilometer walk starting at 9 a.m. at Island Park in Springfield. It is a major fund-raiser for Greenhill Humane Society A humane society is a group that aims to stop animal suffering due to cruelty or other reasons. Examples
Examples of humane societies include: The Humane Society of the United States, Peninsula Humane Society, American Humane which was founded in 1877 as a network of . Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. prior to the race. Contact: Alisa, 689-1503.
JULY 16-17 - The Willamette Valley The Willamette Valley (pronounced [wɪˈlæ.mɪt], with the accent on the second syllable) is the region in northwest Oregon in the United States that surrounds the Willamette River as it proceeds northward from its Relay, an approximately 140-mile walk-only event, travels from Champoeg State Park near St. Paul, to Eugene's Alton Baker Park Alton Baker Park is located in Eugene, Oregon, United States, near Autzen Stadium. It features duck ponds, bicycle trails, and a dog park, and directly touches the Ferry Street Bridge. using back roads. Walking relay teams of eight to 12 participants pay a team entry fee of $725 and must provide three volunteers. For more information or to register, call (503) 282-1677 or visit www.wondersofwalking.com.
SUNDAY, JULY 18 - Run in the Country is a USATF-certified half-marathon course on flat, fast and scenic country roads around Coburg. Events include the half-marathon run and walk, a five-mile run, two-mile walk and Kids Fun Run. Net proceeds Net Proceeds
The amount received after all costs are deducted from the sale of a piece of property or security.
In the case of an investor selling a security, net proceeds represent the proceeds from the sale minus any trading costs (i.e. commissions). go to the Coburg Kids Trust. Entry fees range from $27 for the half-marathon with T-shirt down to $3 for the Kids Run without shirt. There is no day of race registration. Contact: call 343-7414 or visit www.goodrace.com.
SUNDAY, AUG. 1 - Nike's Run Hit Wonder Tour makes its downtown Portland debut at 8:15 a.m. with five-kilometer and 10-kilometer runs and up to 10,000 participants. To register or learn more, visit www.nikerunhitwonder.com.
SATURDAY, AUG. 7 - The third annual Community Classic, featuring a five-kilometer run/walk course in southwest Eugene, starts at 8:30 a.m. and finishes at the Eugene Faith Center on 13th Avenue. Details and fees to be announced To be announced (TBA)
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SATURDAY, AUG. 7 - South Coast Running Club presents the 31st annual Circle the Bay Run, Walk and Relays. The 30-kilometer walk and three-person walk relay begin at 6:30 a.m. from Ferry Road Park in North Bend. The run and run relay begin at 8 a.m. Individual run or walk entry fees are $18 through July 21, $22 between July 22 and Aug. 2, and $30 thereafter. For both relays the team fees are $42, $51 and $75. Contact: Pete Dawson, (541) 267-6329.
SUNDAY, AUG. 8 - The Spirit of Springfield Run is Lane County's only 12-kilometer (7.46 miles) race. Accompanying it will be a five-kilometer run/walk and a kids' run, all in conjunction with the 15th annual Springfield Filbert filbert: see hazel.
Any of about 15 species of deciduous trees and shrubs that make up the genus Corylus, in the birch family, native to the northern temperate zone; also, the edible nuts they produce. Festival. Both runs loop through East Alton Baker Park and finish at Island Park, site of the Festival. All participants receive a complimentary breakfast. Early registration is $16 with T-shirt, $11 without shirt. Day of race fees are $22/$15. Contact Jack Spaulding at 343-7414 or visit www.goodrace.com.
AUG. 13-14 - The fifth annual American Cancer Society American Cancer Society,
n.pr established in 1913, this national volunteer-based health organization is committed to the elimination of cancer through prevention and treatment and to diminishing cancer suffering through advocacy, scholarship, research, Relay for Life Relay For Life (often shortened to Relay) is a fundraising event of the American Cancer Society, and is now held in many other countries. It is an overnight event designed to spread awareness of cancer prevention, treatments and cures, celebrate survivorship and raise money will take place from Friday noon until Saturday noon at Miller Park in Florence. The fund raising event last year included participation by Mapleton, Reedsport and Yachats residents. Further details will be announced.
SATURDAY, AUG. 14 - The 30th annual Scandia scan·di·a
See scandium oxide.
[From scandium.] Run follows a flat and fast 10-kilometer course in and around Junction City during the Scandinavian Festival weekend. The 10K run begins at 8 a.m. and a 4.4-mile walk begins five minutes later. Entry details to be announced later.
SATURDAY, AUG. 21 - A fund-raiser for the North Eugene High School North Eugene High School is a public high school of about 1,200 students in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It is located at 200 Silver Lane near the Santa Clara area of Eugene. North Eugene's mascot is the Highlander. cross country program, the five-kilometer Community Fun Run starts and finishes at River Road Park and loops through residential streets. Entry is $5 and there are no T-shirts. Day-of-race registration only from 7:15 to 7:55 a.m. Contact Michael, 688-4052.
JULY 30-AUG. 1 - The third annual Co-Motion Classic Tandem stage race will be held in and around Eugene. The three-day, four-stage event includes a hill climb prologue, two road races and a time trial in "A" and "B" categories, each split into three fields. The two categories are limited to 50 tandems each with an entry fee of $125 before June 30 and $150 in July. Contact Co-Motion Cycles at 342-4583 for information or to register, e-mail race director Sal Collura at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.co-motion.com/CCTandemRace.html.
At RiverRidge Golf Course
FIRST FLIGHT - 1, Bob Kendall-Chuck Wallace. 2, Bob Neet-Jim Britton. SECOND FLIGHT - 1, John Robison-Duck Buck. 2, John Wilt-Spike Gordon. THIRD FLIGHT - 1, Bob Pucillo-Lee Nemechek. 2, Gary Douroux-Bob Pardovich. FOURTH FLIGHT - 1, Bob Lagerquist-Jerry Rundt. 2, Dale Atkins-Gene Baumgarner.
Adult Summer League
RESULTS - Black 3, Lite Blue 3. Orange 7, Green 7. Yellow 7, White 6. STANDINGS - Yellow 3-0, Black 2-0-1, Lite Blue 2-0-1, Green 0-2-1, Orange 0-2-1, White 0-3.