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Area golfers win, reach Oregon Am quarterfinals.

Byline: The Register-Guard

REGIONAL ROUNDUP

PORTLAND - Two Sheldon High School teammates, two golfers with University of Oregon ties and one from Oregon State University advanced to the quarterfinals of the Oregon Amateur at Portland Golf Club on Thursday.

In the men's division, Class 4A state co-medalist Jack Dukeminier of Sheldon beat Class 3A winner Jesse Schutte of Florence 3 and 2 to advance past the third round.

Dukeminier will be joined in the quarterfinals by Irish teammate Chris Polski and Oregon State's Mitch Gillis.

In the women's division, former University of Oregon women's golf coach Lara Tennant of Portland and former Duck golfer Johnna Nealy of Grants Pass cruised into the quarterfinals by scores of 8 and 6 and 7 and 6, respectively.

Challengers sweep Legion doubleheader

The Bi-Mart Challengers swept Alpenrose Dairy of Portland in an American Legion baseball doubleheader Thursday at Swede Johnson Stadium, winning the first game 12-2 and the second 13-3.

Dan Winterstein was 4-for-4 with two RBIs and Kyle Haskin was 3-for-4 with two RBIs for the Challengers (18-5) in the first game to back Mike Dickman, who allowed seven hits in six innings.

Winterstein knocked in four runs on two hits in the second game, and Shawn Peterson was 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Michael Ward struck out 12 for the victory.

Titans split a pair at Roseburg tourney

ROSEBURG - The Springfield Titans split two games Thursday at the Doc Stewart's Tournament.

The Titans beat Richey's Market of Corvallis 5-4 in eight innings before falling 10-0 to the tournament's host team.

Joaquin Lopez allowed one earned run in seven innings, and Grant Dahlgren picked up the win in relief for the Titans in the first game.

Thomas Briones and Jesse Westbrook each had two hits for Springfield.

Chargers fall to fourth place in IBL West

AURORA, Colo. - The Aurora Cavalry leapfrogged the Eugene Chargers in the IBL's West division standings Thursday with a 151-148 win.

Larry Morinia's 42 points led the Chargers (11-7), who are a half-game behind the third-place Cavalry.
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Date:Jun 23, 2006
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