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Byline: The Register-Guard

Juniors Whitney Bigbee and Emily Moser, sophomore Natalie Harbour and freshman Kira Millard comprise the entire Mohawk High School equestrian team. But in a sport where team size rather than school enrollment is considered for some end-of-the-season awards, 121-student Mohawk competes head to head with teams from Sheldon, North Eugene, Churchill, Siuslaw and North Bend. All four girls compete in various individual events, with Bigbee's fourth-place finish in "Showmanship" being the group's best result at last month's South Valley Oregon High School Equestrian Teams (OHSET) meet. This weekend will be the third and final local competition of the season, with 19 teams from Junction City to Brookings gathering Friday through Sunday at the Oregon Horse Center on Prairie Road. Admission is free. It is in the pairs or team events that Mohawk is most likely to qualify riders for the state championships to be held in May near Medford. Bigbee and Moser team up for the "birangle" event, while all four riders spend much practice time perfecting their "working fours" drill team routine.

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

Local weightlifters win: One male and five female weightlifters representing Iron Works Gym in Creswell were very successful last week at the National Masters Weightlifting Championships in Baton Rouge, La. The local contingent returned with four individual championships, one second place, one third place and the women's team title. Gay McKinlay (65-69 age group, 75 kg. weight class), Sally Painter (50-54, 63 kg.) and Nadine Powell (50-54, 69 kg.) each won her category, while Elaine Weiss and Sara Ferris (40-44, 63 kg.) placed second and third, respectively, in their division. In the men's competition, Chris Hansen (55-59, 85 kg.) won his second national title. Iron Works coach Gene Joseph notes that this is Oregon's first national team championship in the sport and predicts that "we'll have an even stronger team next year."

Events

Golf tournament: Churchill High School will host its second annual Four-Man Scramble Golf Tournament on April 30 at Diamond Woods Golf Course near Monroe. The $80-per-person entry includes an 8 a.m. shotgun start, 18 holes of golf, lunch, tee prize and cart use. There is a limit of 120 players. Register at the CHS main office by April 16. Contacts: B.J. Goldsberry, 521-6185, or Randy Robinson, 343-2189.

Instruction

OTCM clinic: Sunday's seventh session of the Oregon Track Club Masters series of track and field clinics will feature national age-group champion pole vaulter Dan West sharing the secrets to successful vaulting. The 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. clinic at Hayward Field is free and open to those of high school age and older. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 343-3545.

Softball clinic: Churchill High School will offer a softball clinic to girls in grades 4-8 on April 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will emphasize key skills in pitching, catching, hitting, throwing and more. Contacts: Eric Leyba, 228-1787, or Mark Lessel, 485-5043.

Registration

City league women's rec soccer: Registration will be accepted through Friday for the City of Eugene's women's rec seven-a-side hat draw spring soccer league. Register through 6 p.m. at the Athletics office, 2700 Hilyard St. The league is designed for beginning players with an emphasis on fun and safe recreational soccer. Individuals must submit a completed form and the full individual fee of $25 at the time of registration. The season begins with an instructional clinic Wednesday, followed by games the following seven Wednesdays at the Petersen Barn small soccer field. Contact: 682-5409.

Teams Forming

Youth track and field: Unsettled weather last week slowed the turnout for the area's two youth track clubs. As a result, both Emerald Valley Track Club and Track City Track Club are extending their offer of one free week's participation to youth ages 7-18 who turn out this week. Track City practices are held Monday through Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., on the Sheldon High School track. Emerald Valley practices are Monday through Thursday, also at 5:30 p.m., on the South Eugene High School track. Both clubs meet rain or shine. For more information, contact EVTC at 868-1689 or visit emeraldvalleytrackclub.org; contact TCTC at 465-8885 or visit trackcity.org. Upcoming events include a mini-meet at Sheldon on April 16 and a full-fledged developmental meet at Willamette University in Salem on April 23.

Kidsports boys' soccer: At least five teams need additional players for the spring season. Willamette H.S. boys should contact Charles Miller at 461-7844 and other high school boys may contact Paul Griffiths at 683-3076. Springfield U14 (7th/8th grade) boys should contact Bryce Jessen at 744-1431 and Eugene U14 boys may contact Gene Mowery at 485-1359; any U12 (5th/6th grade) boys may contact Dave Taube at 484-6665.

BOWLING

Firs Bowl

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Brian Tysor 300, Doug Scott 287, Brian Zientara 280, Barry Rheindel 277, Al Schnoor 269, Kevin Brown 267, Larry Given 267, Ryan Laisure 265, Kenneth Howlan 264. SENIORS - Mike Martichuski 288, Jim Turpin 279, Earl Goodman 247, Chuck Kiefer 243, Mike Skinner 238, Jim Jones 237, Dick Upward 235, Curt Olson 235, Mike McIntyre 235.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Tysor 788, Schnoor 787, Lynn Knopf 746, Jim Humbert 735, Zientara 725, Laisure 711, Mike Henson 711, James Jeffers 708, Jim Gay 705, Darrell Mullins 701. SENIORS - Martichuski 683, McIntyre 670, Turpin 669, Goodman 658, Skinner 650, Kiefer 635, Ken Hale 631, Clint Danker 624, Jim Simmons 615, Olson 611.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Karen Buckingham 278, Carla Tysor 277, Char Noyes 265, Joan Given 259, Sue Evens 258, Kathy Heinz 248, Tracy Harto 247, Kathi Sutherland 247, Joyce Clayborn 245. SENIORS - Peggy Salts 206, Kay Damme 200, Carole Rhodes 199, Barbra Knowlen 199, Betty Sandford 193, Connie Alexander 193, Ruth Grim 191, Esther Renstrom 191.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Buckingham 714, Heinz 707, Tysor 694, Given 672, Clayborn 671, Harto 651, Koleen Kelly 643, Elly Bright 642, Linda Hogan 641. SENIORS - Damme 561, Salts 551, Rhodes 542, Gladys Fontaine 514, Sandford 505.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Darrin Allen 237 game/630 series, Chad Hagues 234/618, Jon Wilkinson /597, Phillip Fernandez 245/. JUNIORS - Marcus Fike 203/513, Chris Caley 165/440, Justin Predko 167/421. PREPS - Austin Howe 154/431, Ryan Lein 192/425, Cole Brown n.a./332, Zach Heidecker 138/n.a. BANTAM - Andrew Sombs 103/299. PEE WEES - Scott Sombs 85, Alex Diaz Simon 74, Jason Bray 69, Corey Sombs 66.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Kimberly Given 186/503, Shawna White 153/406, Tamara Zimmerman 144/362. JUNIORS - Ainsley Jackson 208/557, Erika Jackson 191/529, Chessica Hagues 179/491. PREPS - Vanessa Tobon 156/384, Brittany Farmer 127/352, Monique Kiefer 123/320. BANTAMS - Chelsea Lein 117/285, Shaelyn Heidecker 92/249, Carlee Farbrini 73/192.

Timber Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Josh Frank 227/636, Stephen Miller 277/630, Tyler Smith 212/599, Travis Bromley 210/562, Ben Smith 212/547. JUNIORS - Cody Sutherland 203/550, Pone Vorachith 185/481. PREP - Alex Graham 150/417.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Jessica Meduna 182/508, Melissa Young 192/506, Brenda Musgrove 182/475. JUNIORS - Kellie Musgrove 138/399, Ashlay Sutherland 146/380, Morgan Ellis 131/318. PREP - Hayley Leno 98/248.

Strike City

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Charlie Keller 289, Marlin Brown 277, Bruce Dillon 273, Pat Osterhoff 268, Rick Guined 267, Ryan Laisure 267, John Sells 267, Mike Ewing 259, Wes Miller 257, Mike Sciacqua 257. SENIORS - Mike Martichuski 286, Mike McIntyre 267, Earl Goodman 249, Don Anderson 247, Bill Salts 246, Tony Cavallaro 237, Chuck Walling 232, Frank Yamamoto 232.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Keller 733, Jim Humbert 721, Ewing 714, Laisure 714, Frank Phillips 708, Dave Huston 705, Osterhoff 704, John Wells 701, Guined 693, Brown 689. SENIORS - Martichuski 721, McIntyre 717, Anderson 624, Salts 621, Cavallaro 617, Yamamoto 595, Goodman 582, Chuck Kiefer 571.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Debbie Marshall 232, Colleen Byers 226, Tracy Harto 224, Melody Prutsman 219, Marty Martin 215, Jennifer Moe 211, Kathy Heinz 210, Kathi Sutherland 210, Linda Wright 202, Cathy Newton 200, Trena Shequin 200. SENIORS - Jackie Fleck 213, Doris Forcia 195, Ruth Grim 194, Peggy Salts 194, Joyce Clayborn 193, Susie Ingalls 189, Jo Bray 181, Shirley Bush 178.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Harto 615, Prutsman 603, Heinz 572, Moe 572, Wright 559. SENIORS - Clayborn 536, Forcia 528, Fleck 517, Grim 504, Dee Severe 493, Betty Sandford 492, Peggy Salts 487, Shirley Baker 473, Ingalls 473.

GOLF

Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge

TWO MAN: LOW GROSS, LOW NET

LOW NET - 1, Bob Neet/Harry Nakata, 56. 2, Jim Britton/Gene Baumgarner, 57. Individual, Baumgarner, 68. LOW GROSS - Individual, Britton, 77.

Men's Club

At Emerald Valley Golf Course

FOUR-MAN SCRAMBLE

GROSS - 1, Russ Thoms/Randy Thoms/Marvin Cook/Rick Auriema, 60. 2, Carl Nicholson/Jim Mercer/Dennis Grice/Scott Larson, 61. 3, Tyler Daniels/Mike Fritchman/Jon Carroll/Jim Poverman, 64. NET - 1, Bill Harkleroad/Gene Skinner/Rob Hoover/Jim McCown, 53.5. 2, Bruce Stiller/Rick Albin/Scott Barkovic/David Clyde, 54.75. 3, Doug Orton/Ken Weber/Jim O'Fallon/Fred Scaife, 56.5.

Men's Club

At Middlefield Golf Course

FOUR-MAN: TWO-MAN BEST BALL

Bob Boggs/Al Schwietzer/Brent McCall/Larry Brissette, 22. Don "Jake"/Dick Hawley/Ed Prunkl/Dale Harper, 18. Jake Coy/Denny Tefft/Don Arnold/Bob Thomas, 17. Mark Bendele/Mike Perino/Bob Armour/Tom Turnbull, 17.

BOYS GYMNASTICS

2005 Oregon State Meet

At Redmond

NAT'L ACADEMY OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

LEVEL 10, AGES 14-15

FLOOR - Ian Skurdal 8.40. POMMEL - 4, Skurdal 7.90. RINGS - Skurdal 6.60. VAULT - 4, Skurdal 8.40. PARALLEL BARS - 3, Skurdal 8.40. HIGH BAR - Skurdal 6.80. ALL-AROUND - 4, Skurdal 46.50.

LEVEL 10, AGES 16-18

FLOOR - 3, Casey Chandler 8.50. POMMEL - 5, Chandler 7.00. RINGS - Chandler 5.40. VAULT - Chandler 8.00. PARALLEL BARS - Chandler 7.00. HIGH BAR - 4, Chandler 6.00. ALL-AROUND - 7, Chandler 41.90.

HOCKEY

Ice Center Adult

Spring Hockey Leagues

SCHEDULE - "B" League games tonight at 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. complete the first round of The Ice Center's nine-week spring hockey league. Games are played each Sunday starting at 4:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. in addition to the Monday evening slots. Admission is free.

LACROSSE

Eugene Lacrosse Club

RESULTS - Giants Causeway (Tacoma) 9, Eugene 3. Eugene is now 1-3 in Pacific Northwest Lacrosse Association "B" Division play.

APRIL 9-10 SCHEDULE - Saturday, Tentawon (Seattle) vs. Eugene at Ascot Park (Monroe Middle School), 3 p.m. Sunday, Multnomah (Portland) vs. Eugene at Ascot Park, 1 p.m.

RUGBY

Eugene Rugby Football Club

RESULTS - Bend Roughriders 15, Eugene 13. EUGENE SCORING - Justin Vaughn and Jason O'Connor, one try each; Jon Sowins, one penalty kick. NEXT UP - Eugene travels to Bremerton on Saturday to play Peninsula.

RACQUETBALL

USRA 2005 National

Collegiate Championships

At Tempe, Ariz.

MEN'S RESULTS - 1, Colorado State-Pueblo. 2, Alabama. 3, Brigham Young. 4, New Mexico. 5, Oregon State. 7, Oregon. WOMEN'S RESULTS - 1, Brigham Young. 2, Alabama. 3, Utah. 4, Oregon State. 16, Oregon. COMBINED TEAM STANDINGS - 1, Alabama. 2, Brigham Young. 3, Colorado State-Pueblo. 4, Oregon State. 9, Oregon.

RUNNING

April Fools Run

At Alton Baker Park

15,000 METERS

WINNING MALE AND FEMALE

AND LOCALS IN THE TOP 24

All are from Eugene unless noted.

1, Dylan Mason, Bend, 41:40. 2, Craig Godwin, 41:50. 7, Sarah Raitter, Bend, 50:21. 8, Bob Harms, 51:55. 11, Galen Martin, 53:47. 12, Joe Canale, 54:02. 13, Keith Brown, 54:26. 14, Craig Winetrout, 54:56. 15, Eric Gough, 55:11. 17, Steve Cooper, 57:38. 20, James McClenaghan, Springfield, 59:11. 21, John Bowden, 59:21. 22, Larry Thompson, 1:00.12. 23, Mike Shaver, 1:00.28. 24, Robert McQueen, Springfield, 1:01.57.

5,000 METERS

WINNING MALE AND FEMALE

AND LOCALS IN THE TOP 15

1, Juan Martinez, Salem, 17:32. 2, Alexander Maske, 20:34. 3, Christi Duhaime, 22:02. 4, Aaron Huntala, 23:06. 5, Scott Lawrence, 23:14. 6, Tamara Starodubtsev, 23:22. 7, Karen Church, 24:31. 10, Matt Olson, 29:14. 11, Emily Hough, 29:32. 12, Debi Starr, Springfield, 30:33. 13, Bryan Cole, 31:49. 14, Jim Origliosso, Pleasant Hill, 31:56. 15, Bill Dietz, 32:27.

"Nuts for a Cure"

At Oakland, Ore.

5,000 METERS

TOP MALE - Brent Halse, Roseburg, 18:49. TOP FEMALE - Chelsea Spencer (age 11), Oakland, 20:30.

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SATURDAY, APRIL 16 - The Oregon Track Club Masters present the Oregon Marathon Relay. Individual marathoners and walkers start from the EWEB Plaza at 8 a.m. and marathon relay teams start at 9 a.m. Entry forms are available at all local running stores. Contact: Randy Hilliard, 686-0527.

SUNDAY, APRIL 24 - The third annual "Run the Gauntlet" will be held at Churchill High School. A three-fourths mile kids' cross-country run starts at 1:45 p.m. and a 5,000-meter run and two-mile fitness walk begin at 2 p.m. The adult events are $16 with T-shirt/$10 without, and the kids' run is $10/$6. There are awards for male and female overall winners, age group winners and ribbons for all kids finishing. Register at Run Pro, Coaches Athletic or Churchill High School. Contact: Randy Robinson, 343-2189.

SUNDAY, MAY 1 - The Salmon Run and walk are part of the 2005 Tree Planting Festival at Oakridge. The 10,000-meter run begins (9 a.m.) and ends at the U.S. Forest Service Rigdon Ranger Station outside of town but runs through town and along Salmon Creek. The 8:30 a.m. two-mile walk is entirely along maintained forest trails. Pre-registration through April 28 is $14 for the run, $5 for the walk. Race day registration is $18/$8. T-shirts are $10. Brochures are available from Run Pro, The Step Beyond or from cmnty@bredjelaw.org.

SATURDAY, MAY 14 - The HIV Alliance 5,000-meter RiverRun and 19th annual RiverWalk start at 9 a.m. at Alton Baker Park. The fundraiser for HIV Alliance is $20 through May 8 including T-shirt and AIDS/HIV bracelet, $25 thereafter.

SATURDAY, MAY 21 - The 27th annual Rhody Run held in conjunction with the 98th Rhododendron Festival at Florence includes both 10,000-meter and 5,000-meter runs and will follow new courses with views of rhodys, homes and water. Details of the 9 a.m. event to be announced.

SATURDAY, MAY 21 - Philomath Montessori School is sponsoring the Love of Learning Road Race, including a 10,000-meter run, 5,000-meter run/walk, 2,500-meter walk and a kids' dash. Events start at 9 a.m. at Philomath City Park, 23rd and Applegate. The course has been praised as being fast, flat and accurately marked. Obtain an entry form from Ed Bomber, (541) 758-4685, or find an online form by visiting philomathmontessori.org/events.htm.

FRIDAY, JUNE 3 - Registration is now open for the Eugene Challenge Mile, a public race to begin and end at the Oakway Mall. As part of the USATF-Oregon eight-event Grand Prix road race series, the Eugene Challenge Mile will include a fun kids' race at 6:45 p.m. before the featured event at 7 p.m. Participants must be 2005 USATF-Oregon members and prize money will be awarded. Visit the Eugene Running Company at Oakway Mall for registration forms and details, or call Michael Black days at 344-6399.

OTHER EVENTS

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 pre-registration deadline is Friday 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 10,000-meter run over a new course at 9 a.m. and a 5,000-meter 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 10, $20 thereafter. Online entry is available at goodrace.com. Contact: (541) 753-5838 or e-mail casa@peak.org.

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 on Saturday and longer walks on Sunday. Most events allow participants to choose their distance, from 5K to 42K marathon. For details visit discoverywalk.org or call 1-877-269-2009.

SATURDAY, APRIL 23 - The Oregon Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will hold its largest fundraising 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, although the average is more than $160. Register online at mswalkoregon.com, by calling 1-800-FIGHT-MS, or in person at the walk.

SATURDAY, APRIL 23 - The second annual Step Up for Kids 5,000-meter run and 2,000-meter run/walk starts and finishes at Alton Baker Park. The 9 a.m. fundraiser for Boys and Girls Club of Emerald Valley uses bike paths along the Willamette River. Early registration through April 15 is $15 including T-shirt. Beginning April 16 entry is $20. Kids 12-and-younger are free. Visit bgcev.org and/or goodrace.com for registration information, or pick up a form at the Club. 1545 West 22nd Ave., Eugene.

VOLLEYBALL

Eugene Women's

Volleyball League

RESULTS - Smack d Peak Performance 13-15, 15-4, 15-10. American Realty d Re-Runs 15-8, 15-6, 15-6. Track Town Pizza d Frontier Resources 15-2, 15-2, 15-4. Patterson Cutting d Simple Plan 15-12, 4-15, 15-12. Nash Co. d Rough Riders 7-15, 15-12, 13-12. Papa's Pizza d Lorig Management, forfeit. Cafe Yumm d We're Back, forfeit.

POINT STANDINGS - Nash Co. 44, Simple Plan 40, Rough Riders 38, Lorig Management 32, Cafe Yumm 36, Patterson Cutting 26, American Realty 26, Track Town Pizza 26, Smack 22, Papa's Pizza 22, Peak Performance 10, We're Back 8, Re-Runs 6, Frontier Resources 0.
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