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BAILEY HANSON, 5 of Junction City Junction City, city (1990 pop. 20,604), seat of Geary co., NE Kans., at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill rivers; inc. 1859. The rail, trade, and processing center of an agricultural and dairy area, it grew as the supply point for nearby Fort Riley, and ASHLEY LEAVITT, 13, of Springfield, represent opposite ends of Eugene Pony Club Pony Club is an international youth organization devoted to the educating youths about horses and horseback riding. Pony Club organizations exist in over 30 countries worldwide. membership. Bailey Hanson is a first-year participant at the minimum age, but is already an experienced equestrian, who has had her own pony since age 2. Having two parents who participate in the Northwest rodeo circuit may be a reason for Hanson's young involvement with horses. Ashley Leavitt, by contrast, is one of the club's senior participants with nine years' membership. The Thurston Middle School eighth-grader comes from a family which has eight horses.
Despite its name, Eugene Pony Club draws its membership largely from surrounding rural communities, including southern Benton and Linn counties, where the kids can keep their ponies on the farm or at least "in the backyard." But a few club members are "city kids" who board their ponies at local stables. Eugene Pony Club meets most Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at the Oregon Horse Center, 90751 Prairie Road (next to the rodeo arena). Membership is open to kids ages 5-17 whose pony is no taller than 14 hands (56 inches). Many of the club's older members graduate into local high school equestrian programs as they acquire larger animals. Eugene Pony Club is seeking to expand its membership, currently at about 30 kids, and may be contacted through president Cheryl Mobley at 935-5342.
STATE SWIM AWARDS - Nearly two dozen area swimmers will receive "Top 5" honors from Oregon Swimming, Inc., at a Nov. 17 awards ceremony at the Tiger Woods Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled. Center in Beaverton. Local recipients, grouped by club, include the following: Emerald Aquatics - Sarah Boam, Ian Boyd, Micaela Boyd, Christian Breeden and Chloe Thulstrup. Eugene City Swim Club - Martin Moen, Adriana Quirke and Sam Rowan. Eugene 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. Aquatic Club - Aaron Bishow, Elliot Bishow, Matthew Haynes, Tame Latu, David Lee David Lee may refer to:
CLUB VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS - Webfoot web·foot
A foot with webbed toes. Juniors Volleyball Club tryouts for ages 10-14 are today and Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Lane County Sports Complex at the fairgrounds n. pl. 1. same as fairground. . The tryout fee is $15. Parents are asked to finalize paperwork that includes Social Security number, insurance and medical history information. Club tryouts for ages 15-16 will be Nov. 17, 18 and 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and tryouts for ages 17-18 will be Nov. 17 and Nov. 19 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Contact: Cathy Nelson, 683-6938.
GYMNASTICS ACTION NIGHTS - River Road Park and Recreation District's Gymnastics Northwest program has now scheduled "Action Nights" for the third Saturday of every month, including Nov. 16. The event for boys and girls boys and girls
mercurialisannua. ages 6-12 offers four hours of supervised gymnastics, video games See video game console. and pizza dinner. Preregistration pre·reg·is·tra·tion
An early registration, as for returning college students, that takes place before general registration. at $12 per person is required. Register at River Road Park, 1400 Lake Drive Action Night takes place at the Gymnastics Northwest gym, 30043 Leghorn Leghorn: see Livorno, Italy.
Breed of chicken that originated in Italy; the only Mediterranean breed of importance today. Of the 12 varieties, the single-comb white leghorn is more popular than all the other leghorns combined; the leading Road, three blocks north of Beltline off Prairie Rd. Contacts: Kennedy Fung or Michael DeRobertis at River Road Park, 688-4052.
AFTER-SCHOOL BASKETBALL CAMP - A three-week after-school basketball camp for boys and girls will take place at the Willard School gym, 28th and Lincoln streets, beginning next week. Boys in grades 5-8 will play on Mondays and Wednesdays, and girls in grades 6-8 will play on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Each camp can accommodate 16 players. Contact: Robert Sposato, 683-2681, or email@example.com.
TENNIS LESSONS - The Eugene Swim and Tennis Club is offering tennis lessons for juniors on Tuesdays and Thursdays during November and December. Four separate classes for ages 4-7, 7-10, 10-13 and 13-17 are offered after school until 6:30 p.m. Contact: ESTC ESTC European Semantic Technology Conference
ESTC English Short Title Catalog (bibliographic database)
ESTC Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission
ESTC Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema (Portugal) at 342-4414 for details.
FC WILLAMETTE TRYOUTS - F.C. Willamette has announced premier soccer tryouts for the 2003 winter season. Girls U-15, U-16, U-17 and U-18 players will meet four times: Nov. 17, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 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. turf field; Nov. 18, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Linn-Benton Community College Linn-Benton Community College (LBCC) is a two year junior college, located in Linn County, Oregon.
The campus sits on 104 acres (421,000 m²) next to US Highway 99E, located two miles (3 km) south of Albany, Oregon and 11 miles (18 km) east of Corvallis, Oregon. ; Nov. 19, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 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. turf field; and Nov. 20, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Linn-Benton. Contact: telephone 753-4902, or visit the tryouts page at www.fcwillamette.org.
OREGON UNITED SOCCER ACADEMY TRYOUTS - Competitive soccer tryouts for U-15 to U-18 boys and girls to play in the winter OYSA OYSA Oregon Youth Soccer Association statewide leagues will be conducted by Oregon United Soccer Academy, a newly formed combination of the former McKenzie United Soccer Academy, Corvallis United Soccer Club and Oregon West programs. Tryouts begin Nov. 17. A complete schedule of 17 tryout sessions at North Eugene High School, South Eugene High School and Corvallis High School Corvallis High School may refer to:
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS SOUGHT - The Eugene Family YMCA is looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. officials for second through sixth grade winter basketball leagues This is a list of current and defunct Basketball Leagues. Current Leagues
The league names are listed below. Men's Leagues
Leagues from the U.S., Canada, Mexico
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MEN HIGH GAMES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Mike Shequin 289, Ian Gray Ian Gray is a retired professional footballer, who played as a goalkeeper for many football teams in the north of England.
He was forced into an early retirement after breaking his hand in an FA Cup 1st Round tie against Accrington Stanley while he was playing for Huddersfield Town. 279, John Jongsma 278, Mike Ewing 268, Richard Terry Richard Terry is the name of:
James Warren "Jim" Jones (May 13, 1931 – November 18, 1978) was the American founder of the Peoples Temple, which became synonymous with group suicide after the November 18, 1978 mass murder-suicide by 217, Frank Yamamoto 216, Chuck Walling 215. JUNIOR/SENIOR BOYS - Chris Vann 277, Matt Friesen Matt Friesen is President and CTO of the software company Thirdi Software Inc. based in Vancouver, BC.
He is also the founder and manager of the Rounders Hockey Team.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1979. He moved to his current residence in Vancouver, BC in 1990. 183, Derek Lewis 173, Chris Damien 168, David Ambrusko 168.
MEN HIGH SERIES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Ewing 763, Carr 730, Jongsma 716, Damien Rennie 684, Mike Hanson 682, Jit Landrum 681, Jeff True 680, Shequin 674, Kiefer 672, Ken Wick 669. SENIORS - Rodarte 642, Yamamoto 619, Lloyd Severe 603, Fleck 598, Holtze 596, Mike Henson 575, Salts 573, Dave Kelley This article or section is an autobiography, or has been extensively edited by the subject, and may not conform to Wikipedia's NPOV policy.
Please see the relevant discussion on the . 569, Jim Simmons 561, Don Anderson 561. JUNIOR/SENIOR BOYS - Vann 648, Damien 479, Friesen 462, Lewis 458, Ambrusko 454.
WOMEN HIGH GAMES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Kathy Heinz 259, Kathi Sutherland 225, Jackie Fleck 223, Melody Prutsman 223, Debbie Dequisne 214, Judy Guzman 211, Liz Anderson Liz Anderson (born Elizabeth Jane Haaby March 13, 1930 in Roseau, Minnesota) is an American Country Music Singer-Songwriter. She is also the mother of Country-Music singer Lynn Anderson.
Liz Anderson was a successful Country singer in her own right. 207, Joyce Kiefer 202, Betty Howard 202, Betty Kinports 201, Sharon Hudson 201, Rachel Dunlap 201. SENIORS - Letha Dave 212, Shirley Bush 193, Dee Severe 191, June Chauran 191, Ruth Schreiner 184, Eleanor Jenkins 181, Alice Adank 180, Sue Suchy 180. JUNIOR/SENIOR GIRLS - Kim Beeley 201, Becky Jeffers 191, Brittney Jeffers 190, Jenna Beard 136, Jesse Brumback 130.
WOMEN HIGH SERIES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Heinz 670, Sutherland 610, Kiefer 564, Anderson 554, Dequisne 549, Karen Buckingham 544, Howard 546, Guzman 539, Fleck 538, Cathy Newton 536. SENIORS - Severe 548, Schreiner 518, Adank 509, Jenkins 506, Bush 504, Dave 504, Suchy 496, Chauran 472, Kinports 460. JUNIOR/SENIOR GIRLS - Beeley 487, Br. Jeffers 473, Be. Jeffers 467, Beard 361, Brumback 357.
JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS
BANTAM - Zachary Bromagem 68 game/164 series. PREP - Steven Bromagem 115/288. JUNIORS - Eli Cole III 184/491, Travis Bromley 187/482, Josh Frank 208/478, Joshua Goble 210/471. MAJORS - Tyler Smith 252/634, Jesse Bromley 237/633, Josh Mathews 224/553, Jerry Millier 212/537, Ben Smith 191/511.
JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS
BANTAM - Hayley Leno 74 /186 . PREPS - Shanelle Salazar 130/322, Jessica Radiske 60/153. JUNIORS - Kylie Sheldon 173/466, Kristiena Radiske 141/334, Blair Prater prate
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To talk idly and at length; chatter.
To utter idly or to little purpose.
n. 141/319. MAJORS - Amberle Mathews 195/552, Jessica Meduna 198/499.
JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS
BANTAMS - Andrew Sombs 135 game/322 series, Kyle Ropchan 95/271, Ryan Lein 83/236, Zach Wedmore 78/204, Dylan Rice 54/150, Christopher Almasie 66/148, Jeremy Zoll 59/127. PREPS - Matt Nassetta 147/416, Brad Wile 168/404, Justin Predko 134/352, Marcus Fike 112/317, Chaz Stednitz 106/283, Cody Walborn 115/278. JUNIORS - Jake Charlson 207/569, Chad Hagues 174/500, Cory Stratton 143/415, Kenny Alvord 158/403, Josh Gukenberger /395, Jared Coats 144/338. MAJORS - Peter Nassetta 231/626, Steven Dickenson 225/595, Jason Sprague 236/586, Ryan Toy 225/575, Ryan Charboneau 225/574, Robert Barnett 216/543, Darrin Allen 214/537.
JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS
BANTAMS -Chelsea Lein 87/206, Monique Kiefer 82/202, Chalene Parmelee 41/76. PREPS - Chessica Hagues 141/405, Ericka Jackson 156/386, Jessica Zoll 92/246, Cecilia Tobon 95/223, Vanessa Tobon 66/162. JUNIORS -Ainsley Jackson 158/451, Shawna White 161/424, Katie Given 141/368, Ashley Zoll 117/317. MAJORS - Kimberly Weir 243/595, Lynzi Tracey 183/437, Deann Allen 146/417, Andrea Stone 136/373, Alya Velkinberg 153/369.
MEN HIGH GAMES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Joe Kiefer 279, Larry Thomason 265, Mike Garrison 250, Jim Christensen 245, Eric Kelly Eric Kelly (born January 15, 1977 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a former National Football League cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings from 2001-2003. He was drafted round 3, pick 7 in the 2001 draft. 236, Tim Young Tim Young may refer to:
MEN HIGH SERIES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Kiefer 729, Thomason 687, Mike Bamer 664, Garrison 650, Flory 630, Kelly 623, Christensen 617, Lay 619.
WOMEN HIGH GAMES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Brandi Strong 222, Tori White 213, Fay Thomason 210, Cathy Flory 205, Koleen Kelly 200, Jody Gilmore 193, Debra Alford 190, Sondra Mullins 178, Joyce Kiefer 175.
WOMEN HIGH SERIES
LEAGUE TOP 10 - Strong 588, Kelly 579, White 570, Flory 551, Kelley Washburn 544, Kiefer 525, Gilmore 523, Thomason 522, Mullins 504.
City of Eugene
"A" RESULTS - Huckaholics 15, Jedi Masters 12. ICE COLD GIN 13, Celebrate 9. STANDINGS - Huckaholics 5-1, Ice Cold Gin 5-1, Superfly 2-4, Jedi Masters 2-5, Celebrate 2-5.
"B" RESULTS - The Fury 15, Monkey Brew 7. Underdog 14, Kamikazie Jalapenos 11. Captain "T" 15, Law School Disc 7. Johnny Cash Noun 1. Johnny Cash - United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
John Cash, Cash 15, Jedi Mind Tricks For the concept in Star Wars, see .
Jedi Mind Tricks (JMT) is a hip-hop duo from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey. The group is composed of high school friends Rapper Vinnie Paz (born Vincenzo Luvineri, formerly known as Ikon the Verbal Hologram) 8. FINAL STANDINGS - Johnny Cash 7-1, Captain "T" 7-1, Jedi Mind Tricks 5-3, The Fury 5-3, Underdog 5-3, Law School Disc 3-5, Roots 2-6, Kamikaze kamikaze (kä'məkä`zē) [Jap.,=divine wind], the typhoon that destroyed Kublai Khan's fleet, foiling his invasion of Japan in 1281. Jalapenos 1-7, Monkey Brew 1-7.
"C" RESULTS - Full Circle 15, Ultimate Groove 10. Irish 12, KDI KDI Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence (NSF)
KDI Korean Development Institute
KDI Kernel Debug Interface
KDI Kernel Downloadable Image (LynxOS)
KDI Kosovo Democratic Institute 9. Ultimate Liberation Front 15, School House Rockers 3. FINAL STANDINGS - Ultimate Liberation Front 8-0, Full Circle 5-3, Irish 5-3, Ultimate Groove 4-4, School House Rockers 2-6, KDI 0-8.
Pop Warner Pop Warner refers to
The Titans will play the Rogue Valley The Rogue Valley is a farming and timber-producing region in southwestern Oregon in the United States. located along the middle Rogue River and its tributaries in Josephine and Jackson counties, the valley forms the cultural and economic heart of southern Oregon near the California champions Sunday at 1 p.m. at Churchill High School's Floyd Halvorsen Field for the Oregon State Pop Warner championship. The Titans defeated the Jaguars 18-12 in overtime on Sunday to win the Willamette Valley championship. In semifinal games a week earlier, the Jaguars outscored the Eugene Ravens 47-20 and the Titans nipped the Pleasant Hill Broncos 7-6.
National Nineman Football League
ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL
RESULTS - Dawgs 20, Fightin Squirrels 0. Wildcats 20, Rough Riders 6. Brown Hornets 33, Intestellar Overdrive 6. Duck Inn 38, Grenardier 6. STANDINGS - Duck Inn 4-0, Brown Hornets 3-0, Wildcats 3-0, Dawgs 2-2, Fightin Squirrels 1-3, Rough Riders 1-3, Grenardier 1-3, Intestellar Overdrive 0-4.
At Riveridge Golf Course
RED, WHITE, BLUE RESULTS
FIRST FLIGHT - Low gross: 1, Dennis Roberts 75; 2, Bill Gass 77. Low net: 1, Clark Duffey 67; 2, John Robison 67.
SECOND FLIGHT - Low gross: Curt Spanton, 93; 2, Jerry Harrison 93. Low net: 1, Foy Wall 68; 2, Jim Green 75.
Beleaf It or Not
At Grants Pass
NAT'L ACADEMY OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
LEVEL 5, Child 7-8
VAULT - 1, Alexi Thomas 8.50. 2, Amanda Robert 7.60. 3, Sophia Jackson 7.45, Jodie Beechem 7.00. BARS - Robert 8.60, Thomas 8.40, Jackson 8.10, Beechem 7.65. BEAM - 2, Robert 8.75, Jackson 8.45, Beechem 8.25, Thomas 8.15. FLOOR - 3, Thomas 8.85, Beechem 8.75, Robert 8.60, Jackson 8.00. ALL-AROUND - 2, Thomas 33.90, Robert 33.55, Jackson 32.00, Beechem 31.65.
LEVEL 5, Junior 9-11
VAULT - 1, Mariah Villa 9.05. 2, Alexandra Hogan 9.00. 3, Sydney Clark 8.70, Megan Robert 8.00, Stefanie Daley 7.80, Holly Reeves 7.45, Destiny Eklund 6.90. BARS - 1, Villa 9.35. 2, Robert 9.00. 3, Hogan 8.70, Eklund 8.65, Clark 8.30, Reeves 8.25, Daley 7.85. BEAM - 1, Hogan 9.45. 2, Robert 9.40. 3, Clark 9.25, Villa 9.00, Reeves 8.85, Daley 8.60, Eklund 6.70. FLOOR - 1, Robert 9.40. 2, Clark 9.35. 3, Villa 9.30, Hogan 9.25, Daley 9.00, Reeves 8.45, Eklund 8.35. ALL-AROUND - 1, Villa 36.70. 2, Hogan 36.40. 3, Robert 35.80, Clark 35.60, Daley 33.25, Reeves 33.00, Eklund 30.60.
LEVEL 5, Senior 12-AND-OLDER
VAULT - 1, Stephanie Bellissimo 8.25. 2, Sammi Poppe Poppe is a surname, and may refer to:
This page or section lists people with the surname Poppe. 7.75, Brittney Walker 6.90. BARS - 1, Poppe 9.15, Bellissimo 8.00, Walker 6.60. BEAM - Walker 8.60, Poppe 8.05, Bellissimo 8.00. FLOOR - 1, Poppe 9.10, Bellissimo 8.15, Walker 8.00. ALL-AROUND - 1, Poppe 34.05, Bellissimo 32.40, Walker 30.10.
Lane Amateur Hockey Assn.
PEEWEES - Mountain View Mavericks 3, LAHA LAHA Living Away from Home Allowance (construction) Lightning 0. LAHA Lightning 3, Mountain View Mavericks 0.
Ice Center Hockey Leagues
ADULT WINTER "A" LEAGUE
RESULTS - Red Dog Right 9, Yellow 6. Gray 4, Blue 2. STANDINGS - Red Dog Right 3-0-1, Blue 1-2-1, Yellow 1-2-1, Gray 1-2-1.
ADULT WINTER "B" LEAGUE
RESULTS - Bandits 5, Black 3. Lite Green 6, Ice Holes 2. STANDINGS - Bandits 3-1, Lite Green 3-1, Ice Holes 2-2, Black 0-4.
ADULT WINTER "C" LEAGUE
RESULTS - Emerald Green 4, Maroon 2. White 4, Cyclone on Ice 0. STANDINGS - White 4-0, Emerald Green 2-1-1, Maroon 1-3, Cyclone on Ice 0-3-1.
The Eugene Rugby Football Club travels to Ashland on Saturday for nonleague games against Southern Oregon University Bachelors and master's programs are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, and School of Education. History
SOU began as Ashland Academy in 1869 in Ashland by the Methodists. and the Redding Redding, city (1990 pop. 66,462), seat of Shasta co., N central Calif., on the Sacramento River; inc. 1872. A principal tourist center for a mountain and lake region, it also has lumbering, food-processing, and diverse manufacturing. (Calif.) Rugby Club. Eugene's scheduled Pacific Northwest Rugby Football Union The Rugby Football Union (RFU) is the rugby union governing body in England. Among the Union's chief activities are conferences, organising international matches, and educating and training players and officials. Their publications include handbooks and guides for coaches. match against Peninsula RFC (Request For Comments) A document that describes the specifications for a recommended technology. Although the word "request" is in the title, if the specification is ratified, it becomes a standards document. of Bremerton, Wash., a week ago was postponed until spring, when Eugene will seek to qualify for the Pacific Coast Regionals in Arizona.
Road Run/Walk Calendar
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 - "The Civil War Relay" 50-mile team relay between Autzen Stadium in Eugene and Linn linn
1. A waterfall.
2. A steep ravine.
[Scottish Gaelic linne, pool, waterfall.] Benton Community College near Albany starts at 6:30 a.m. Teams consist of five runners and there are many categories, allowing for a lot of flexibility in forming teams. Contact: Jack Spaulding, 343-7414, or www.goodrace.com.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 - The Thanksgiving Day "Turkey Stuffer" 5K run and family fun walk begins at 8:30 a.m. and loops through a Thurston residential neighborhood. Registration includes a free swim at the Splash wave pool. Early registration through Nov. 27 is $16/$11 with/without a long-sleeve T-shirt. Day of race sign-up is $6/$4 additional. Contact: Jack Spaulding, 343-7414, or www.goodrace.com.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 - South Coast Running Club presents the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Fun Run and Walk to benefit a south coast food bank. It begins at 9 a.m. at Empire Lakes in Coos Bay. Contact: (541) 269-1097.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 - South Coast Running Club presents Mac's Run, a 10K run and 5K run/walk beginning at 10 a.m. at Sunset Bay State Park near Coos Bay. The entry fee is $4. Quarter zippered zip·pered
1. Having or equipped with zippers or a zipper: a coat with zippered pockets.
2. Closed or fastened with or as if with a zipper. sweatshirts are available for purchase. Contact: Rex Miller, (541) 269-1199.
City of Eugene
B-1 RESULTS - Grassroots Inc. 5, Earthquakes 0. Eurotrash 3, The Starz 0. Absolute Wellness Center 6, Quackers 0. STANDINGS - Absolute Wellness Center 6-1-2, The Starz 6-1-2, Eurotrash 6-2-1, Earthquakes 2-6-1, Grassroots, Inc. 2-7, Quackers 1-6-2.
B-2 RESULTS - Ohm Boys 4, Terrapin terrapin (tĕr`əpĭn), name for several edible turtles of fresh or brackish water.
Any omnivorous aquatic turtle of the family Emydidae, especially the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin). Flyers F.C.1. TNT TNT: see trinitrotoluene.
in full trinitrotoluene
Pale yellow, solid organic compound made by adding nitrate (−NO2) groups to toluene. F.C. 2, Equilibrium 2. Wingnuts 1, Smith Family 1. STANDINGS - Smith Family 5-0-4, Ohm Boys 4-1-4, Wingnuts 4-2-3, Equilibrium 4-4-1, TNT F.C. 2-4-3, Terrapin Flyers F.C. 0-8-1.
C RESULTS - Flying Monkeys 3, Roma Kings 3. PH United 3, Borden 3. Central Lane Lasso 2, The Unforgettables 0. Pleasant Hill F.C. 6, The South Side Hoods 3. STANDINGS - Pleasant Hill F.C. 8-0-1, Central Lane Lasso 6-1-2, The Unforgettables 4-3-2, Borden 3-3-3, Roma Kings 3-4-2, PH United 2-4-3, Flying Monkeys 0-5-4, The South Side Hoods 1-7-1.
35-AND-OLDER FINAL STANDINGS - Athletico 7-1, Black & Blue 5-3, M.P. United 4-4, Newtonians 4-4, Mudlarks 3-5, Artful Codgers 1-7.
RESULTS - Papa's Pizza 3, Infusion 1. DAWTGABATG 6, Harding Electric 0. Chambers 6, Jitters jitters 'Butterflies' Psychology An episode of nervousness or anxiety that often precedes a public event; jitters is a type of performance anxiety which may affect actors in a stage production–stage fright or soloist musicians; it may respond to anxiolytics 4. Oregon Club 4, Albatross albatross (ăl`bətrôs), common name for sea birds of the order of tube-nosed swimmers (Procellari-iformes), which includes petrels, shearwaters, and fulmars. Pie 0. Direct Kick 8, The Ginkos 1. STANDINGS - Direct Kick 8-0-1, Oregon Club 7-1-1, Chambers 6-2-1, DAWTGBATG 6-2-1, Jitters 5-4, Papa's Pizza 4-5, Albatross Pie 3-6, Infusion 3-6, Harding Electric 1-8, The Ginkos 0-9.
Jim Waters Invitational
LOCAL GIRLS IN TOP THREE
(All listed compete for Emerald Aquatics, the only local club participating.)
AGE 10 AND YOUNGER
200 FREE RELAY - 2, Emerald Aquatics (Laura Ross, Dani Bernhardt, Amber Vincelli, Rebecca Barber), 2:43.08. 200 MEDLEY RELAY - 2, Emerald Aquatics (Bernhardt, Vincelli, Ross, Barber), 3:05.50.
100 BACK - 2, Micaela Boyd, EA, 1:06.22. 200 BACK - 1, Boyd, 2:21.93.
200 FREE RELAY - 3, Emerald Aquatics (Boyd, Sarah Boam, Heidi Tilicki, Andria Breeden), 1:51.73. 200 MEDLEY RELAY - 3, Emerald Aquatics (Tilicki, Breeden, Boyd, Boam), 2:03.29.
100 BREAST - 1, Breeden, 1:14.60. 200 FLY - 3, Boam, 2:29.94.
50 FREE - 3, Boam, 27.52. 200 BREAST - 2, Breeden, 2:37.31.
LOCAL BOYS IN TOP THREE
100 BREAST - 1, Jerry Diamond, 1:09.69. 200 FLY - 3, Diamond, 2:39.92. 200 BREAST - 1, Diamond, 2:29.63.
100 BREAST - 2, Christian Breeden, 1:09.13. 100 BACK - 3, Ian Boyd, 1:04.39. 200 FLY - 2, Boyd, 2:31.31. 3, Breeden, 2:33.32.
200 FREE RELAY - 2, Emerald Aquatics (Breeden, Boyd, Diamond, Colin Stevens), 1:52.77.
200 BREAST - 3, Breeden, 2:33.70.
City of Eugene
COED co·ed or co-ed Informal
A woman who attends a coeducational college or university.
1. Of or relating to an education system in which both men and women attend the same institution or classes;
SUNDAY B-1 RESULTS - Weekend Warriors d Storm Chasers 15-13, 9-15, 22-15. Jacuzzi Bunch d Net Monkeys 15-12, 16-14, 15-25. Young Masters d Net Scapegoats 15-6, 15-7, 25-17. STANDINGS - Young Masters 5-1, Storm Chasers 3-3, Jacuzzi Bunch 3-3, Weekend Warriors 3-3, Net Monkeys 3-3, Net Scapegoats 1-5.
SUNDAY B-2 RESULTS - Net Prophets d Go Getters 15-11, 15-1, 25-4. Ace Bandits d D.O.A. 12-15, 15-12, 25-23. Gators d We Aim to Serve 15-8, 15-10, 19-21. STANDINGS - Go Getters 5-1, Gators 4-2, Ace Bandits 3-3, Net Prophets 2-4, D.O.A. 2-4, We Aim to Serve 2-4.
SUNDAY C-1 RESULTS - To Serve with Love d Storm 15-11, 15-2, 25-14. J&R d Net Returns 15-2, 15-7, 25-22. Second Season d Trolls 15-2, 15-8, 25-10.
STANDINGS - Second Season 6-0, J&R 5-1, To Serve with Love 4-2, Net Returns 2-4, Storm 1-5, Trolls 0-6.
SUNDAY C-2 RESULTS - Building Blocks d Castaways 15-10, 7-15, 24-20. True Grit d Donkey Punch 15-3, 15-2, 25-16. Still Playing d Odd Ones Out 15-12, 15-8, 6-1. STANDINGS - Still Playing 6-0, True Grit 5-1, Castaways 3-3, Odd Ones Out 2-4, Building Blocks 1-5, Donkey Punch 1-4.
SUNDAY C-3 RESULTS - To Serve or Not to Serve d Spotted Owls 15-6, 15-10, 25-10. One Hit Wonders d Groovy groov·y
adj. groov·i·er, groov·i·est Slang
Very pleasing; wonderful.
groovi·ness n. Gravy 15-12, 12-15, 14-12. Valai Lamas d Passing Fancy 15-11, 15-5, 25-22. STANDINGS - Valai Lamas 5-1, To Serve or Not to Serve 4-2, One Hit Wonders 4-2, Passing Fancy 3-3, Spotted Owls 2-4, Groovy Gravy 0-6.
SUNDAY C-4 RESULTS - No games were played Nov. 3.
SUNDAY D-1 RESULTS - Out of Service d All Set 18-16, 11-15, 17-10. Accutel I d Adventures 8-15, 15-7, 25-12. Crash Action d gLAs Menagerie 7-15, 15-4, 25-16. STANDINGS - Crash Action 5-1, Accutel I 4-2, Out of Service 3-3, gLAs Menagerie 2-4, All Set 2-4, Adventures 2-4.
SUNDAY D-2 RESULTS - 5 "D's" and a "B" d Team Set 15-5, 15-9, 25-14. KDI Court Jesters d Bones-R-Us 9-15, 15-4, 25-23. In Side Out d Digital 15-11, 15-9, 25-18. STANDINGS - In Side Out 6-0, KDI Court Jesters 5-1, 5 "D's" and a "B" 4-2, Digital 2-4, Bones-R-Us 1-5, Team Set 0-6.
SUNDAY E RESULTS - Accutel II d Dr. Mike's Medical 15-12, 15-6, 17-25. Let's Play d Hopeful Hitters 15-13, 15-13, 25-12. STANDINGS - NaCL 5-1, Let's Play 4-2, Held Accountable 3-3, Accutel II 3-3, Hopeful Hitters 2-4, Dr. Mike's Medical 1-5.
RESULTS - Rusty's d Young Masters 16-14, 15-12, 15-9. Wildcard See wild cards and wildcard mask. d Herd of Turtles 15-11, 15-12, 19-10. Rusty's d Hitmen (forfeit). STANDINGS - Wildcard 6-1, Rusty's 5-2, Herd of Turtles 4-3, Young Masters 2-4, Hitmen 0-7.
TUESDAY A-1 RESULTS - Quick Hitters d Whamo 14-16, 15-12, 11-10. Smith Family Bookstore d Selectemp Spikettes 15-13, 15-10, 22-25. Crush d Papa's Pizza 15-8, 15-12, 19-25. STANDINGS - Crush 6-0, Smith Family Bookstore 5-1, Quick Hitters 4-2, Papa's Pizza 1-5, Selectemp Spikettes 1-5, Whamo 1-5.
TUESDAY A-2 RESULTS - Chick Squad d Whatever Works 8-15, 15-10, 18-15. Belly Button belly button Medtalk Umbilicus, navel d Blockheads 15-1, 15-12, 18-25. Diving Devils d Dream Team 15-13, 15-6, 25-23. STANDINGS - Whatever Works 5-1, Chick Squad 4-2, Blockheads 3-3, Belly Button 3-3, Diving Devils 3-3, Dream Team 0-6.
TUESDAY B-1 RESULTS - Net Gliders d Relco Roof & Floor 15-7, 15-11, 25-23. Grape Crush d Down-N-Dirty 15-13, 15-8, 25-23. Lady Diggers Diggers, members of a small English religio-economic movement (fl. 1649–50), so called because they attempted to dig (i.e., cultivate) the wastelands. They were an offshoot of the more important group of Puritan extremists known as the Levelers. d Volleygirls II 15-11, 14-16, 15-9. STANDINGS - Lady Diggers 5-1, Grape Crush 4-2, Down-N-Dirty 4-2, Net Gliders 3-3, Volleygirls II 1-5, Relco Roof & Floor 1-5.
TUESDAY B-2 RESULTS - Ladybugs d Girls Night Out 15-12, 3-15, 26-24. Trend Setters d Net Monkeys 15-6, 15-0, 25-11. Papa John's d Pretty Funny 15-4, 10-15, 25-12. Net Set d Spiked Punch 8-15, 15-6, 25-5. STANDINGS - Net Set 6-0, Papa John's 5-1, Spiked Punch 4-2, Trend Setters 3-3, Pretty Funny 3-3, Ladybugs 3-3, Girls Night Out 0-6, Net Monkeys 0-6.
TUESDAY B-3 RESULTS - Adventures d Spike Girls 19-17, 15-13, 25-17. Can You Dig It? d Court Jesters 15-4, 15-3, 25-22. Red Hots d Brashers Brats 16-18, 15-2, 25-15. Reds d Better With Age (forfeit). STANDINGS - Red Hots 5-1, Can You Dig It? 5-1, Adventures 4-2, Court Jesters 3-3, Better With Age 3-3, Spike Girls 2-4, Reds 1-5, Brashers Brats 1-5.
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