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Byline: The Register-Guard

Regan Shattuck-Smallwood, 9, representing the River Road Swim Club, was the most successful of all local swimmers in the recent 10-and-younger and 11-to-14 age-group state championship swim meets. She won her favorite event, the 50-yard breaststroke, in 41.07 seconds, and also placed first in the 200 freestyle in a time of 2:34.46. Shattuck-Smallwood, who is home-schooled and plays the viola with the Suzuki Strings when not in the pool, also finished second in the 100 freestyle and 100 individual medley, third in the 100 breaststroke and fourth in the 200 individual medley, despite having been sick the week preceding the meet.

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 ghulin@guardnet.com or fax them to 687-6674.

Accomplishments

Tai Chi winners: Jim Madras, Lori Bosteder and Erica Anderson, members of The Natural Arts Center, a local aikado/tai chi school, recently won nine total medals while competing in the international Pacific Elite Tai Chi and Internal Arts Friendship Meet at Vancouver, B.C. The event was the first of its kind on the Pacific Coast. Madras, 37, of Marcola, is a nine-year student of tai chi and the school's instructor for the past three years. Bosteder, 46, and Anderson, 35, both live in Eugene and have been training for two years. The trio brought home four silver and five bronze medals in both individual and pairs events.

High school bowlers: Siuslaw High School's girls team won a second consecutive state championship last weekend at Medford, with Brittany Anderson earning MVP honors for the Vikings. Thurston placed second in the girls competition, and Jessica Meduna joined Anderson on the tournament all-star team. District 4's third qualifier, North Bend, placed fourth. In the boys competition, Springfield placed second with Ryan Besaw chosen to the all-star team. North Bend finished sixth in the championship bracket and Siuslaw placed second in the consolation bracket.

Event

Tennis tournament: The fourth annual Wayne Westling Memorial Tennis Tournament will be held at the Eugene Family YMCA Friday through Sunday and include singles and doubles events for juniors and adults of all ages and levels. Entry forms are available at local clubs and at Courtside Tennis. Contact: Bob, 683-1843.

Teams Forming

Kidsports Klassic Soccer spring practice begins today. Visit the kidsports.org Web site and click on "team formation practice schedule" for the latest list of practice times by high school area, age and gender. Or call Kidsports at 683-2374 or 746-0403 for practice information for your area. Two new U12 girls teams are being formed for the Churchill area by Brian Kupka (302-5986) and for the South Eugene area by T.J. Walsh (338-9066). Fifth- through eighth-grade boys and girls who do not have a team in their high school area should go to Ascot East field (Monroe Middle School) for KS United team formation Tuesday. U12 boys and girls (grades 5-6) will meet 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and U14 boys and girls (grades 7-8) will meet 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Contact Hal Williams (halw@ kidsports.org) with questions.

Eugene Southside Tsunami soccer team is seeking U12 girls (born between Aug. 1, 1992, and July 31, 1993) to play locally this spring and in competitive Oregon Youth Soccer summer tournaments and fall leagues. Contact: 686-9363 or tsunamisoccer@comcast.net.

Pro basketball tryouts: The Central Oregon Hotshots of the International Basketball League will hold a tryout at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany on April 2, just 20 days before the team's season opener. The tryout is 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. IBL plans call for 17 teams during its inaugural 2005 season, seven in Oregon, Washington and California, and 10 in the Midwest. For more information, call the Hotshots team office at (541) 350-8939 or e-mail info@centraloregonhotshots.com.

Registration

TCTC youth track: Registration for the 2005 track and field season is now open with practice to begin March 28 at Sheldon High School. Track City Track Club is open to all area youth ages 7-18 with no tryout required. Application forms and details are available online at trackcity.org or by calling 465-8885. The first 50 registrants by April 15 for the full season will receive a free team warm-up jacket.

Instruction

OTCM track clinic: Drills for distance runners will be the focus of Cathie Twomey Bellamy's Sunday clinic in the Oregon Track Club Masters weekly series. The Marist High School head track and cross country coach's presentation is from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Hayward Field and admission is free to those of high school age or older. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 343-3545.

High school track clinic: The Lane Community College track and field coaches and athletes invite area high school boys and girls ages 14-18 to a free spring break clinic on March 23 at LCC. The "learn by doing" instruction lasts from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and will include jumping events, throwing events, starting blocks and the pole vault. A waiver must be signed by a parent or guardian prior to student participation. Contact: 463-5550.

Junior tennis camp will be held at Willow Creek Sports Center March 22-24 from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The cost is $40. Scholarships are available. Contact: 484-7451.

BOWLING

Oregon State High School

Championship Tournament

At Medford

GIRLS

TEAM RESULTS - 1, Siuslaw. 2, Thurston. 3, North Medford. 4, North Bend.

TOURNAMENT ALL-STAR TEAM - 1 (MVP), Brittany Anderson, Siuslaw, 2.2065. 2, Kayla Tipler, North Medford, 2.1974. 3, Marissa Berry, Mazama, 2.1447. 4, Jessica Meduna, Thurston, 2.1196. 5, Christina Sudduth, Roseburg, 2.0978. 6, Chrystal Laney, Gresham, 2.0761. OTHER LOCALS WITH ALL-STAR POINTS - 10, Cassondra Bechard, NB, 1.9348. 16 (tie), Nicole Rhyner, NB, and Jena Anderson, Thu, 1.8696. 25, Amy Curtis, NB, 1.7727. 30, Dami Todd, NB, 1.7273. 31, Heidi Olson, Thu, 1.7174. 37, Tina Tillett, NB, 1.6977. 38, Miranda Little, Siu, 1.6957. 42 (tie), Krista Weaver, Siu, and Melissa Young, Thu, 1.6739. 48, Nicole Synkelma, Siu, 1.6196.

BOYS

TEAM RESULTS - 1, Rex Putnam. 2, Springfield. 3, Oregon City. 4, South Medford.

TOURNAMENT ALL-STAR TEAM - 1 (MVP), Corey Husted, Rex Putnam, 2.6196. 2, Ryan Besaw, Springfield, 2.4783. 3, Billy Gerber, Grants Pass, 2.4457. 4 (tie), Justin Lomax, South Albany, and Randy How, Rex Putnam, 2.4130. 6, Brett Brickey, South Medford, 2.3864. OTHER LOCALS IN THE TOP 50 WITH ALL-STAR POINTS - 8, Scott Ruester, NB, 2.3483. 23, Tyler Smith, Spr, 2.2174. 24, Nick Yager, NB, 2.2065. 25, Ben Smith, Spr, 2.1744. 29, Bobby Femling, NB, 2.1429. 30, Steven Meissner, Spr, 2.1413. 39, Shawn McNally, NB, 2.0676. 44 (tie), Logan Warrick and Trevor Synkelma, both Siu, 2.0543.

Timber Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Jessica Meduna 224 game/619 series, Brenda Musgrove 198/585, Melissa Young 199/529. JUNIORS - Kylie Sheldon 179/458, Blair Prater 153/424, Kellie Musgrove 150/419. PREP - Hayley Leno 96/245.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Tyler Smith 248/611, Josh Frank 195/538, Travis Bromley 241/530. JUNIORS - Steven Cantrell 123/348. PREP - Alex Graham 122/342.

Strike City

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Jean Delaney 245, Kathy Heinz 244, Kathi Sutherland 237, Debbie Marshall 234, Melody Prutsman 234, Tracy Harto 226, Sonya Prescott 215, Trena Shequin 212, Linda Wright 205, Colleen Byers 202. SENIORS - Peggy Salts 201, Joyce Clayborn 195, Doris Forcia 191, Nelda Gilbert 191, Beulah Tweedy 187, Jackie Fleck 180, Betty Clark 177.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Marshall 676, Harto 633, Heinz 628, Prutsman 596, Shequin 593, Delaney 591, Jayne Thompson 590, Sutherland 575, Prescott 545. SENIORS - Clayborn 563, Salts 546, Fleck 527, Betty Sandford 497, Forcia 494, Joan Hurley 478, Shirley Bush 465, Tweedy 461.

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Mike Loucks 300, Glenn Clark Jr. 290, Mike Ewing 279, Erik Penn 279, Charlie Keller 278, Derrick White 278, Larry Dillon 269, Michael Loucks Jr. 268, Bruce Dillon 267, Frank Phillips 267. SENIORS - Frank Fleck 266, Mike Henson 237, Mike McIntyre 235, Don Anderson 230, Al Fauble 224, Jim Wilcox 224, Ron Curin 213, Earl Goodman 212, Richard Rodarte 212.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - White 773, Stan Mallory 742, Clark 731, John Hall 723, Ewing 720, Mike Loucks 720, Phillips 707, Ken Wick 707, L. Dillon 704, John Wells 702. SENIORS - Henson 696, Anderson 639, Fleck 598, Mike Martichuski 593, McIntyre 584, Wilcox 584, Fauble 578, Chuck Walling 577.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

JUNIOR GIRLS - Katie Bowles 159/450, Erin Butler 141/405, Amanda Lind 147/381, Kaitlyn Anderson 131/338, Ashlee Mecseji 125/326. BANTAM GIRLS - Nicole Denson 126/333, Brandi Yarnell 62/163.

JUNIOR BOYS - Derek Rather 226/656, Stephen Guined 257/619, Aaron McGuire 208/574, Tim Bohn 187/506, Zach Reed /497, Shane Butler 175/. BANTAM BOYS - Josh Lind 111/320, Brandon Swanson 101/280, Devon Drift 84/235, Garrett Butler 84/221, Joshua Denson 73/184.

Emerald Lanes

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

Karla Holdridge 249, Candy Goble 236, Missy Caswell 234, Karen Buckingham 226, Sue Honthumb 216, Kim Zitek 214, Glynis Beyerlin 211, Tracy Denson 211, Kim Patton 211, Trish Johnson 210.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

Buckingham 644, Holdridge 643, Zitek 609, Goble 600, Carole Rhodes 595, Honthumb 583, Caswell 577, Beyerlyn 562, Kym Miner 562, Cleona Marwood 560.

MEN HIGH GAMES

Matt Fabella 267, Ed Colley 266, Bob Smith 266, Alan Newell 265, Brian Holdridge 259, A.P. Morosky 258, Ed Threatt 258, Larry Johnson 257, Greg Lutzman 257, Kevin Anderson 256.

MEN HIGH SERIES

Newell 738, Larry Lindberg 703, Johnson 701, Monte Baker 699, Ray Bertram 683, Bob Humbert 679, Pat Rigel 677, Smith 672, Colley 671.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

GIRLS - Tasha Myers 173/436, Shanelle Salazar 145/393, Lisa Mowrer 122/328, Sabrina Black 115/320, Tabatha Martin 111/300, Holli Black 99/287, Emily Hunt 98/245, Amanda Given 91/223.

BOYS - Aaron Shelton 279/726, Ryan Besaw 257/651, Tyler Smith 217/631, Kyle Raymond 195/502, Steve Meissner 168/497, Matthew Fritz /487, Trevor Baker 171/483, Robert Jackson /476, Justin Cummings 167/474, Andrew Cornford 193/468, Brandyn Salazar 191/, Nick Fosse 169/.

Firs Bowl

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Koleen Kelly 268, Robbie McCoy 268, Karen Buckingham 257, Ane McKee 256, Tonya McKay 248, Elly Bright 247, Candy Goble 245, Liz Anderson 244. SENIORS - Gladys Fontaine 220, Caren Cline 215, Peggy Salts 209, Wandra Nerdrum 208, Ruth Grim 207, Dorothy Pease 205, Phyllis Nestle 200, Alice Adank 195, Jo Bray 190.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Kelly 726, McKee 674, Buckingham 672, Joan Given 667, Bright 666, McCoy 662, Carla Tysor 660, Sondra Mullins 643, Anderson 641. SENIORS - Cline 592, Salts 562, Fontaine 541, Jeann Nichols 536, Vi Elliot 515, Nerdrum 514, Adank 514, Carole Rhodes 512, Grim 510, Connie Alexander 509.

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Gary Brokaw 279, Darrel Mullins 279, Barry Loser 279, Jeff Lutz 279, Mike Larion 279, Jeff McKay 278, Sal Guerrero 277, Lester Hankins 277, Lynn Knopf 276, Glenn Clark Jr. 276. SENIORS - Jim Turpin 276, Ken Smith 244, Don Anderson 239, Stanley Clark 236, Curt Olson 236, Lynn Riggs 230, Jim Simmons 227, Earl Goodman 227, Frank Yamamoto 226.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Clark 774, Mullins 761, Brokaw 748, Larion 746, Starr Triplett 726, Bob Humbert 717, McKay 716, Tom Gilman 714, Dave Zientara 704, Larry Dillon 696. SENIORS - Turpin 692, Olson 691, Anderson 650, Goodman 648, Smith 634, Yamamoto 626, Simmons 622, Dick Upward 622, Anderson 621, Riggs 614.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Kimberly Given 206/540, Kayla Couts 167/449, Tamara Zimmerman 170/446. JUNIORS - Ainsley Jackson 207/560, Katie Given 201/557, Erika Jackson 200/518. PREPS - Vanessa Tobon 144/356, Monique Kiefer /318, Brittany Farmer 116/317, Aislinn Hematyar, 124/. BANTAMS - Chelsea Lein 139/344, Shaelyn Heidecker 102/213, Carlee Farbrini 25/73.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Phillip Fernandez 227/631, Jerry Brown /567, B.J. Baule 214/557, Chad Hagues 203/. JUNIORS - Justin Predko 208/515, Marcus Fike 190/467, Chris Caley 163/391. PREPS - Ryan Lein 175/466, Austin Howe 149/437, Kyle Ropchan 143/391. BANTAM - Andrew Sombs 138/352, Cameron Hematyar 66/182. PEE WEES - Corey Sombs 81, Scott Sombs 61, Jason Bray 53.

EQUESTRIAN

High School

At Eugene

SOUTH VALLEY DISTRICT MARCH

BREAKAWAY ROPING - 1, Josie Gilbert, Ros, 3.99. 2, Bridget Coop, CG, 6.04. 3, Trevor Van Orman, PH, 15.68. STEER DAUBING - 1, Andrew Koreiva, Coq, 3.41. 2, Travis Trotter, Ros, 4.92. 3, Casey Egbert, She, 4.96. BARRELS - 1, Laci Egli, Ros, 15.13. 2, Trotter, Ros, 15.40. 3, Coop, CG, 15.44. FIGURE 8 - 1, Trotter, Ros, 10.58. 2, Coop, CG, 10.82. 3, Emily Escobosa, Elm, 10.93. FLAGS - 1, Trotter, Ros, 8.21. 2, Ashleigh Shaw, CG, 8.94. 3, Rochelle O'Conner, NE, 9.23. KEYHOLE - 1, Trotter, Ros, 7.27. 2, Erica Watson, JC, 7.64. 3, O'Conner, NE, 7.76. POLES - 1, Escobosa, Elm, 21.63. 2, Ciara Meeks, GB, 22.46. 3, Tiffany Porter, PH, 22.51. DRIVING - 1, Kienan Brotherton, JC, 66. 2 (tie), Kierra Brotherton, JC, and Meagan Chatwood, Wil, 61. IN HAND TRAIL - 1, Kienan Brotherton, JC, 74. 2, Kierra Brotherton, JC, 73. 3, Chatwood, Wil, 70. REINING - 1, Ashley Noel, Coq, 52.5. 2 (tie), Mandy Foote, NB, and Savannah Greer, Ros, 49. TRAIL - 1, Stephanie Land, SE, 69.5. 2, Sarah White, Thu, 66.5. 3, MacKensie Nelson, CG, 65.5. WORKING RANCHER - 1, Egli, Ros, 63. 2, Fallon Hockema, Siu, 61. 3, Rachelle Crockett, Coq, 60. OVER FENCES - 1, Alex Weston, Ros, 127. 2, Jessica Spencer, Thu, 123. 3, Christina Weston, Ros, 111. SADDLE SEAT - 1, Miranda Sloan, NE, 68. 2, Sandi Hickok, NE, 67. 3, Kierra Brotherton, JC, 59. SHOWMANSHIP - 1, Lindsay Larsson, Bro, 80. 2, Jamie Headings, Thu, 77. 3, Kelsey Swanson, NB, 74. DRESSAGE - 1 (tie), A. Weston, Ros, and C. Weston, Ros, 156. 3, Kiki Statzer, PH, 141. HUNT SEAT - 1, Katie Culberhouse-Weber, Ros, 69. 2, Sloan, NE, 67.5. 3, Hickok, NE, 65. STOCK SEAT - 1, Sloan, NE, 60.5. 2, Hannah Whitsel, Thu, 60. 3, Culberhouse-Weber, Ros, 59. WORKING PAIRS - 1, Hickok/Sloan, NE, 68. 2, Morgan Proffit/Brent Neely, CG, 67. 3, Egli/Trotter, Ros, 66. CANADIAN FLAGS - 1, Cottage Grove, 35.06. 2, Roseburg, 35.81. 3, Junction City, 37.30. BIRANGLE - 1, Proffit/Neely, CG, 25.04. 2, Spencer/Ashley Leavitt, Thu, 25.70. 3, Sarah Keller/Molly Vredenburg, Ros, 26.224. TEAM PENNING - 1, Marshfield A. 2, Thurston C. 3, North Eugene A. IN HAND OBSTACLE RELAY - 1, Marshfield A. 2, Junction City A. 3, Thurston D. DRILL - 1, Pleasant Hill, 498. 2, Elmira 487. WORKING 4's DRILL - 1, Coquille, 523. 2, Thurston, 490. 3, North Bend, 481.

TEAM STANDINGS - 1, Roseburg, 600 points for March/1,319 total points for two meets. 2, Junction City, 395/846. 3, Thurston, 419/788. 4, Pleasant Hill, 375/779. 5, Cottage Grove, 418/759. 6, Coquille, 310/577. 7, Marshfield, 205/468. 8, North Eugene, 281/461. 9, Elmira, 203/416. 10, North Bend, 142/263. 11, South Eugene, 133/252. 12, Sheldon, 42/249. 13, Willamette, 144/241. 14, Brookings, 102/195. 15, Creswell 84/151. 16, Churchill 46/140. 17, Mohawk, 105/117. 18, Gold Beach, 59/100. 19, Siuslaw, 64/95.

The third and final competition of the OHSET South Valley series is April 8-10 at the Oregon Horse Center.

FLYING DISC

Winter Playoff Results

"A" LEAGUE - Championship: Cold Cuts 16, Freeze Bees 14. Third place: Slipped Disc 17, Polar Pull 12. "B" LEAGUE - Championship: Runny Nose 17, Slippery Stack 11. Third place: Tropical Dreamers 13, Cool Cloggers 11.

GOLF

Springfield Country Club

YELLOW BALL CHAMPIONSHIP

1, Don Hadley/Tricia Johnson/Robbie Johnson/Gary Johnson/Dan Mitchell, 187. 2, John Wirth/Dick Ganfield/Greg Ganfield/Dean Smith/Mike Sharp, 190. 3, Bob Holloway/Bob McClusky/Larry Smith/Mike Romig/Don Wilson, 191 (won playoff). 4, Mark Hurst/Rob Imhoff/Dave Imhoff/Jeff Fiser/Darral Imhoff, 191. 5, Eldon Ehlers/Ron Darroch/Jon Little/Terry Viohl/Dave Labrasseur, 191. 6, Frank Earls/Mike McKibben/Jeff Smith/Mark Lind-gren/Carolyn Lindgren, 194.

Men's Club

At Middlefield Golf Course

FOUR MAN TWO BEST BALL

1, Les Rhodes/Rudy Nellermoe/Tom Lem-mon/Glen Hibner, -25. 2, Dave England/Al Schwietzer/Cy Bombard/Brent McCall, -25. 3, Paul Smith/Jim Gibson/Ray Guardado/Bob Praus, -23. LOW GROSS - Don Hanly 73, Lemmon 73, McCall 74. LOW NET - Les Rhodes 57, Rich Vargas 61, England 62.

Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge

SHAMBLE

1, John Glancy/John Mahoney/Gene Baumgarner. 2, George Chung/Bob Majers/Jerry Rundt. 3, Jim Britton/Spike Gordon/Bob Pardovich.

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

Tumble by the Bay Meet

At Coos Bay

NORTHWINDS SCHOOL OF GYMNASTICS

LEVEL 4, AGES 9-10

VAULT - Samantha Hoeffliger 8.75. BARS - Hoeffliger 6.80. BEAM - Hoeffliger 6.80. FLOOR - Hoeffliger 8.40. ALL-AROUND - Hoeffliger 30.75.

LEVEL 5, AGE 11-AND-OLDER

VAULT - 2, Michaela Miller 9.40. BARS - 2, Miller 8.50. BEAM - Miller 8.15. FLOOR - 4, Miller 9.00. ALL-AROUND - 2, Miller 35.05.

LEVEL 5, AGES 7-8

VAULT - 1, Maria Bridgeford 8.80. 4, Tiffani Hutchinson 8.15. BARS - 1, Hutchinson 9.50. 4, Bridgeford 7.60. BEAM - 1, Bridgeford 8.90. 2, Hutchinson 8.30. FLOOR - 1, Bridgeford 9.40. 2, Hutchinson 9.10. ALL-AROUND 1, Hutchinson 35.05. 2, Bridgeford 34.70.

LEVEL 5, AGE 9

VAULT - Teaira Babcock 7.00. BARS - 2, Babcock 7.80. BEAM - 4, Babcock 8.10. FLOOR - 5, Babcock 7.20. ALL-AROUND 5, Babcock 30.10.

LEVEL 5, AGE 12-AND-OLDER

VAULT - 2, Emily Etzel 8.40. BARS - 1, Etzel 9.10. BEAM - 1, Etzel 8.85. FLOOR - 2, Etzel 7.65. ALL-AROUND 2, Etzel 34.00.

BOYS GYMNASTICS

Rose City Challenge

At Beaverton

NAT'L ACADEMY OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

LEVEL 4, AGES 6-7

FLOOR - Langdon Junge 8.90, Isaasc Jackson 8.70. POMMEL - Jackson 7.50, Junge 5.80. RINGS - Junge 9.00, Jackson 8.95. VAULT - Junge 9.40, Jackson 9.30. PARALLEL BARS - Junge 8.90. Jackson 8.70. HIGH BAR - Jackson 8.20, Junge 7.50. ALL-AROUND - Jackson 51.35, Junge 49.50.

LEVEL 4, AGES 8-9

FLOOR - 2, Gabriel Loges 9.40. 3, Ryan Wilson 9.30. Matthew Thompson 9.10, Matt O'Neill 8.90. POMMEL - 4, Wilson 9.30. Loges 8.70, O'Neill 8.60, Thompson 7.90. RINGS - 4, Wilson 9.55. Loges 9.10, Thompson 9.00, O'Neill 8.80. VAULT - Loges 9.60, Wilson 9.40, Thompson 9.10, O'Neill 9.00. PARALLEL BARS - Wilson 8.90, O'Neill 8.50, Loges 8.40, Thompson 8.30. HIGH BAR - 4, Wilson 8.80. Loges 8.30, O'Neill 8.10, Thompson 8.00. ALL-AROUND - 3, Wilson 55.25. Loges 53.50, O'Neill 51.90, Thompson 51.40.

LEVEL 4, AGES 10-11

FLOOR - 3, Ben Brown 9.10. POMMEL - 3, Brown 9.00. RINGS - Brown 8.10. VAULT - Brown 9.20. PARALLEL BARS - Brown 8.30. HIGH BAR - Brown 7.40. ALL-AROUND - Brown 51.10.

LEVEL 4 TEAM - Fourth place.

LEVEL 5, AGES 7-9

FLOOR - Jacob Cytrynbaum 8.20, Grant Shurtliff 7.70. POMMEL - Cytrynbaum 9.00, Shurtliff 8.10. RINGS - Cytrynbaum 8.90, Shurtliff 7.60. VAULT - Shurtliff 8.70, Cytrynbaum 8.60. PARALLEL BARS - Cytrynbaum 8.50, Shurtliff 8.40. HIGH BAR - Cytrynbaum 8.80, Shurtliff 8.50. ALL-AROUND - Cytrynbaum 52.00, Shurtliff 49.00.

LEVEL 5, AGES 10-11

FLOOR - Caleb Morgan 7.90, Jacob Svendsen 7.90, Nick Heater 7.80. POMMEL - Svendsen 8.70, Morgan 8.20, Heater 8.00. RINGS - Svendsen 8.70, Morgan 8.50, Heater 7.00. VAULT - Morgan 9.10, Heater 9.00, Svendsen 8.90. PARALLEL BARS - Morgan 9.10, Svendsen 9.00, Heater 8.70. HIGH BAR - Heater 8.70, Svendsen 8.60, Morgan 8.50. ALL-AROUND - Swendsen 51.80, Morgan 51.30, Heater 49.20.

LEVEL 5 TEAM - Sixth place.

LEVEL 10, AGES 14-15

FLOOR - 4, Ian Skurdal 8.50. POMMEL - Skurdal 6.80. RINGS - Skurdal 8.00. VAULT - 3, Skurdal 8.50. PARALLEL BARS - 4, Skurdal 7.85. HIGH BAR - Skurdal 6.65. ALL-AROUND - Skurdal 46.30.

LEVEL 10, AGES 16-18

FLOOR - 4, Casey Chandler 8.375. POMMEL - Chandler 6.90. RINGS - Chandler 6.05. VAULT - Chandler 8.00. PARALLEL BARS - Chandler 6.30. HIGH BAR - Chandler 5.95. ALL-AROUND - Chandler 41.575.

HOCKEY

Ice Center

Hockey Leagues

"A" LEAGUE PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS - McKenzie 2, Columbia 2. Umpqua 1, Willamette 0 (forfeit).

"B" LEAGUE PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS - Mount Hood 4, Mount Bachelor 2. Black Butte 9, Mount Jefferson 2.

"C" LEAGUE PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS - Multnomah 3, Douglas 1. Clackamas Clowns 3, Cuervo Gold 2 (overtime).

RUGBY

UO Women's Club

Vs. Reed College at Portland

RESULT - Oregon 12, Reed 0. SCORING - Diana McClain and Ramey Marshall, one try each. PLAYER OF THE MATCH - McClain. RECORD - UO is now 4-0 in Pacific Northwest Rugby Football Union.

RUNNING

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

APRIL 22-24 - The ninth annual International Discovery Walk Festival includes events in 22 countries, the only one in the United States being in late April at Vancouver, Wash. The three-day festival includes a Children's Cultural Parade and Mayor's Friendship Walk on Friday, the Lewis & Clark Walk, Swim and Bike events Saturday and longer walks Sunday. Most events allow participants to choose their distance, from 5K to 42K marathon. For details, visit discoverywalk.org or call (877) 269-2009.

SATURDAY, APRIL 23 - The Oregon Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will hold its largest fund-raising event, the 17th annual MS Walk, starting at 10 a.m. at Skinner Butte Park. Registration starts at 9 a.m. Each participant will walk 3.1 miles and is asked to raise a minimum of $25. Register online at mswalkoregon.com, by calling (800) FIGHT-MS, or in person at the walk.

SATURDAY, APRIL 23 - The second annual Step Up for Kids five-kilometer run and two-kilometer run/walk starts and ends at Alton Baker Park. This fund-raiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Emerald Valley starts at 9 a.m. Entry of $15 through April 15 includes a T-shirt, post-race refreshments and a chance at random prizes. A $5 late fee is added as of April 16. Kids 12 and younger are free and also receive shirts.

SATURDAY, APRIL 30 - South Coast Running Club presents Run For The Kids, a five-kilometer run, one-mile kids run and one-mile noncompetitive walk to benefit the Children's Advocacy Center. The event starts at 10 a.m. at John Topits Park (Empire Lakes) in Coos Bay. The entry fee, including shirt, is $15 ($10 for kids 10 and younger) for those registered by April 15. Contact: (541) 266-8806.

OTHER EVENTS

SUNDAY, MARCH 20 - Joe's Half Marathon, a 13.1-mile casual event beginning at 8 a.m. at Alton Baker Park. Preregistration is required and forms are available at several Eugene running stores. Named in honor of legendary author and running coach Joe Henderson, the event's registration is $16 with T-shirt/$10 without, for the public. Contacts: Matthew Bauman, 431-1774, marhondo@hotmail.com, or Sarah Belleque, 206-3208, batgirl62002 @hotmail.com.

SATURDAY, APRIL 2 - Oakland Nuts for a Cure will present a five-kilometer run/walk as a benefit for the American Cancer Society-Roseburg Relay for Life. The event starts at 9 a.m. at Oakland city park. The course winds through the historic Douglas County town and over a few rolling hills. Registration through March 25 is $15 with T-shirt, $10 without. Fees increase by $5 after March 25. Call or e-mail for a registration form: Janice Bartholomew, (541) 459-2314, or NutsForACure@msn.com.

SATURDAY, APRIL 2 - South Coast Running Club presents the Salmon Creek Run, a 10-kilometer run and five-kilometer run/walk beginning at 10 a.m. at the Powers Hotel in Powers. The entry fee is $4 ($2 for students under 19). Contact: Joe Hallett, (541) 439-4485.

SATURDAY, APRIL 16 - The 28th Roseburg to Coos Bay Relay, a 67-mile run for five-person relay teams (three legs per runner) and a 23-mile walk for four-person relay teams (two legs per walker), will benefit Camp Millennium, a summer camping experience for children living with cancer. The preregistration deadline is April 1, and no registrations are accepted after April 11. For details and an entry form, call (542) 267-6329 or 759-3261 or write to the South Coast Running Club, P.O. Box 187, Allegany, OR 97407.

SATURDAY, APRIL 16 - The CASA Voices for Children Fun Run includes a one-mile kids run at 8:30 a.m., a 10-kilometer run over a new course at 9 a.m. and a five-kilometer run/walk at 9:30 a.m. The events begin and end near the Benton County Fairgrounds in Corvallis. Early registration with T-shirt is $16 through April 11, $20 thereafter. Contact: (541) 753-5838 or e-mail casa@peak.org.

SOCCER

2005 Eugene Cup

RED CROSS TSUNAMI RELIEF TOURNAMENT

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - Flying Dogs 4, Grassroots 3.

Kick City Indoor

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"A" - Euro Trash 10, FC Pontifex 3. Flying Burritos 5, Smith Family Bookstore 5. Sierra 7, Hooligans 4. Grassroots Crew 13, Tribe United 4. Darigold 12, FC Roseburg 9. "B" - Up & Back 7, Traffic Cones 3. Coconut Monkeys 10, Das Boot FC 7. Nag Champa 14, Cottage Grove 4. Hooligans 16, The Corporation 8. "C" - Pencil Pushers 8, The Team 5. Borden 12, Dynea 4. ICE 13, Landsharks 4. Cosa Nostra 8, Orsini 2. 243-Homers 5, Collateral Attack 4. Get Er Done 8, Beer Buddies 7.

HIGH SCHOOL GREEN - Churchill 8, Marist 2. Cottage Grove 7, Millers White 4. Pleasant Hill 9, R.F.S. 1. HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW - Elmira Falcons 2, South Eugene 0. Ispin Laochra 6, North Eugene 0. Ispin Laochra 9, Millers Blue 4. North Eugene 22, Marist 2. U14 - Tiburons 8, Southside 1. Ice 10, Rebels 0. Eugene Blues 12, North Eugene 7. Fire 6, Pumas 1. Bethel United 11, Rebels 3. U12 GREEN - Crew Red 9, Crew White 2. Flames 10, Thurston 2. U12
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Title Annotation:Recreation
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Date:Mar 14, 2005
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