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COMMUNITY SPORTS PAGE.

Byline: The Register-Guard

District meets to cap the track and field season take place at the middle school level as well as in high school. Eugene School District's annual middle school district meet at Hayward Field is May 12, lasting all afternoon. Although Bethel School District has weekly meets this spring in place of a season-ending district meet, 16 of the region's smaller schools will gather at the Lane Community College track on Saturday for the Emerald Youth League district meet. With Willamette Christian School as host, this meet also includes Eugene's Life Lutheran and Oak Hill schools, plus Alsea, Central Linn, Crow, East Linn Christian, Falls City, Harrisburg, Lowell, Mapleton, McKenzie, Monroe, Oakridge and Triangle Lake fifth- through eighth-grade participants. Grades 5-6 compete together as do grades 7-8. Field events begin at 9:30 a.m. and running events at 11 a.m. Allie Rogers, 12, and Hayden Houser, 14, are two of Willamette Christian's athletes expected to compete for top honors. Rogers has times of 12.63 seconds for 100 meters and 30.57 for 200 meters, plus a 4-foot-4 high jump. Houser enters the district meet with bests of 2:26.31 for 800 meters, 5:00.39 for 1,500 meters, and a 5-3 high jump. Rogers and Houser are multiple-sport athletes, averaging 11.1 and 17.9 points per game, respectively, in basketball. Both plan to attend Marist High School.

NOTES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

To submit events

The deadline for community sports notes and announcements is Thursday at noon. Due to the volume of requests, announcements can appear only once. 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.

Events

Bicycle racing: Local Tuesday night bicycle racing switches from a month-long series of time trials in April to May's Hillclimb Series. The 3.5-mile climb with 800-foot elevation gain begins at the Lutheran Church off Lorane Highway at 85780 McBeth Road. Racers should arrive and register about 6 p.m., the first departure coming at 6:30. The race ends near the fire station at Fox Hollow Road and McBeth Road. Registration is $8 per week and helmets are required. For additional details, contact Sweet Sports, 334-6449.

Free track and field practice: The Oregon Track Club Masters will hold a practice session on May 11 at the South Eugene High School track from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The session will include four field events, five running events and one walking event. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 517-2398.

Mike Bellotti Golf Classic: This benefit for the Muscular Dystrophy Association takes place May 13 at the Springfield Country Club, with two flights and shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. A May 12 kickoff tailgate party opens the two days' festivities. The entry fee for individual golfers is $375, while several levels of sponsorship are available to four-member teams. Contact the MDA at 686-2753 to register or for more information.

No Sports and Fitness Expo: Kidsports announces that the Sports and Fitness Expo planned for May 14 at the Moshofsky Center has been canceled due to sponsorship shortfalls. Plans are to hold the event next year on May 13. Organizations and companies interested in participating in 2006 should contact Randy Rogers at randyr@kidsports.org.

Volleyball tournament: A coed quads volleyball tournament will be held May 21 at Churchill High School. Entry is $60 per team with cash payout to the top three teams. There will be morning pool play and afternoon bracket play. Pre-registration is required. For questions and registration, e-mail vwmonicad@yahoo.com.

Coastal golf tourney: A benefit tournament to support the Newport Symphony Orchestra will be held May 22 at Salishan Golf Resort in Gleneden Beach. Tee time is 1 p.m. for the shotgun start. Entry fees are $100 per individual, $400 per foursome, including lunch, greens fees and a cart. For details and entry, contact the BAY Music Association, (541) 574-0614.

Registration

Kidsports baseball/softball: The deadline for open registration in Kidsports baseball and softball programs, including teeball and coach-pitch variations, is Friday. This includes a one-week extension for players in grades 5-8. Starting next week players may register only for teams with space available. New this year is a pre-kindergarten teeball program for 5-year-olds. For information on all programs, call 683-2374 or 746-0403 or visit kidsports.org for online registration. The organizational meeting for baseball and softball coaches of teams in grades 5-8 will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Springfield Kidsports office. The meeting for coaches of players in grade 4 and younger will be May 11 at 7 p.m. at Jefferson Middle School.

City league summer soccer: Registration for the City of Eugene's summer adult coed soccer league will be accepted for returning teams on May 10-11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the athletics office, 2700 Hilyard St. If openings are available, new teams may register on May 12-13. Teams must submit a completed team roster, classification sheet and the full team entry fee at the time of registration. Leagues offered this summer include coed A, B and C divisions. League play begins June 7 with games on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at various city fields. Contact: 682-5409.

Instruction

Free golf lessons: Emerald Valley Golf Club participates in "PGA Free Lesson Month," and Emerald Valley PGA professionals Todd O'Neal and Andy Smith will offer free 10-minute lessons throughout the month. Contact the course at 895-2174 to schedule.

OTCM clinic: George Walcott, head track coach at Churchill High School, will focus on plyometric running training at Sunday's Oregon Track Club Masters clinic at Hayward Field. The 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. session is free and open to those high school age and older. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 517-2398.

Kidsports coaches clinics: Jackie and Jody Allard will conduct a baseball coaches clinic on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at Graham Field. Sue Doe will follow with a softball clinic from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the same site. Graham Field is located on Polk Street at 22nd, next to the Eugene Kidsports office. Baseball and softball pitching clinics for players will be offered a week or two later.

K-1 girls basketball: Royal Basketball Academy is starting a camp to help kindergarten and first-grade girls jump start their basketball skills. The year-around program meets Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Northwest Christian College's Morse Event Center, beginning May 14. The cost is $10 per month. All other RBA camp age groups are currently full. Players must pre-register at 461-9449. For more information, visit royalbasketballacademy.com.

SEHS soccer camp: Boys and girls in grades 1-8 are invited to the South Eugene Soccer Camp on June 20-24. The camp lasts from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, following an 8:30 a.m. start on Monday. The cost is $105, with a $20 discount for siblings and teams of at least six players. Each player receives a camp T-shirt and soccer ball. Camp director is SEHS boys varsity coach Colin McMillen, assisted by past and present SEHS players. Advance registration is advised. Contact: (541) 393-5161.

Notice

Batting cages open: Kick City Indoor Soccer in Springfield, 1650 28th St., has added outdoor batting cages that are open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and noon to 8 p.m. on weekends. Signed waivers are required, and batters younger than 18 must have a parent or guardian signature. Batters younger than 18 must also wear a helmet with face guard (available for loan at Kick City). Visit kickcity.com for additional requirements or call 744-2255 evenings.

BICYCLE RACING

Oregon Bicycle Racing

Association Team Standings

LEADER AND LOCAL TEAMS

AS OF APRIL 26

1, Half-Fast Velo, 2508. 2, EWEB Windpower, 1747. 9, Hutch's-Eugene, 615. 24, Paul's Bicycle Way of Life, 286. 31, Oregon Adventures, 133. 38, Hayden Frontier, 64. 41, Wheelworks, 40. 48, REI/Novara, 13.

BOWLING

Firs Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Kimberly Given 195 game/510 series, Shawna White 192/480, Tamara Zimmerman 161/428. JUNIORS - Ainsley Jackson 199/510, Chessica Hagues 184/499, Erika Jackson /449, Carli Harto 153/. PREPS - Monique Kiefer 125/316, Yvonne Couts 121/353, Vanessa Tobon /292, Brittany Farmer 106/. BANTAMS - Chelsea Lein 154/367, Shaelyn Heidecker 89/260, Carlee Farbrini 89/220.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - B.J. Baule 230/588, Jon Wilkinson 206/549, Phillip Fernandez /543, Cory Stratton 223/. JUNIORS - Justin Predko 163/470, Marcus Fike 162/464, Brandon Carnay 163/387. PREPS - Ryan Lein 147/388, Austin Howe 141/384, Kyle Ropchan /323, Zach Wedmore 130. BANTAM - Andrew Sombs 103/288. PEE WEES - Alex Diaz Simon 97, Scott Sombs 94, Jason Bray 77, Corey Sombs 71.

Timber Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Heidi Olson 224/526, Jennifer Ames 210/511, Brenda Musgrove 180/506, Melissa Young 184/440. JUNIORS - Blair Prater 160/436, Morgan Ellis 156/394, Kylie Sheldon 144/. PREP - Hayley Leno 109/287.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Joshua Goble 178/512, Stephen Miller 181/495, Ben Smith 178/465, Jason Savelich 172/459. JUNIORS - Pone Vorachith 155/409, Preston Barrett 166/385, Vince Youngquist 150/375. PREP - Alex Graham 138/368. BANTAM - Jon Huntley 81/173.

Strike City

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Jennifer Moe 247, Melody Prutsman 245, Debbie Marshall 238, Kathi Sutherland 235, Jackie Loser 231, Liz Anderson 224, Tracy Harto 215, Jayne Thompson 213, Mindy Heitzman 207. SENIORS - Dee Severe 189, Betty Sandford 181, Peggy Salts 179, Hilma Krombein 172, Beulah Tweedy 167, Lois Shelley 164, Jackie Fleck 160.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Marshall 666, Loser 661, Sutherland 651, Moe 620, Prutsman 586, Harto 579, Anderson 579, Debbie Deguisne 546, Thompson 545. SENIORS - Severe 514, Salts 496, Sandford 493, Tweedy 463, Fleck 457, Krombein 434, Shelley 425.

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - John Wells 290, Frank Phillips 278, Gary House 277, Mike McCormick 269, Stan Mallory 268, Ken Wick 267, Larry Dillon 258, Rick Guined 258, Mike Ewing 257, Loran Heidecker 257. SENIORS - Art Morton 236, Mike McIntyre 232, Bill Salts, 231, Chuck Walling 227, Frank Fleck 215, Ron Sandford 215, Ray Rexius 214, Lloyd Severe 213.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Phillips 755, House 748, McCormick 740, Mallory 731, Ewing 727, Guined 721, Wick 710, Wells 697, Derek Murray 687, Pat Osterhoff 687. SENIORS - Salts 653, Severe 621, Fleck 585, Morton 583, McIntyre 561, Walling 561, Sandford 554, Jim Wilcox 550.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

JUNIOR GIRLS - Amanda Lind 165/438, Katie Bowles 177/428, Brittney Jeffers 158/410, Kaitlyn Anderson 138/397, Siarra Fanning 154/390. BANTAM GIRLS - Nicole Denson 111/316, Brandi Yarnell 72/183.

JUNIOR BOYS - Derek Rather 256/620, Zach Reed 206/522, Shane Butler 183/521, Tim Bohn 193/512, Jay Stevenson 180/494. BANTAM BOYS - Josh Lind 147/395, Black Swanson 127/361, Devon Drift 113/251, Brandon Swanson 95/246, Garrett Butler 79/200.

EQUESTRIAN

Oregon High School

Equestrian Teams

At Eugene

SOUTH VALLEY DISTRICT APRIL RESULTS

(x = qualifies for OHSET state meet May 19-22 at Central Point.)

BREAKAWAY ROPING - 1, x-Josey Gilbert, Ros, 17.06, two catches. 2, x-Savannah Greer, Ros, 3,84, one catch. 3, x-Adria Schmitt, JC, 4.67, one catch. STEER DAUBING - 1, Schmitt, JC, 1.91/1.87. 2, x-Brent Neely, CG, 2.19/2.97. 3, Joshua Sabin, Ros, 2.27/3.14. Also qualifying for state: Travis Trotter, Ros, and Katlyn Shaw, Coq. BARRELS - 1, x-Laci Egli, Ros, 14.996. 2, Schmitt, JC, 15.037. 3, x-Bridget Coop, CG, 15.258. Also qualifying: Trotter, Ros.

FIGURE 8 - 1, x-Coop, CG, 10.836. 2, Neely, CG, 11.089. 3, Emily Escobosa, Elm, 11.102. Also qualifying: Trotter, Ros, and Erica Watson, JC. FLAGS - 1, x-Trotter, Ros, 8.19. 2, Trevor VanOrman, PH, 8.56. 3, Jessie Gledhill, JC, 8.94. Also qualifying: Dan Kelley, JC, and Samantha Ankeny, JC. KEYHOLE - 1, x-Rochelle O'Conner, NE, 7.414. 2, x-Tiffany Porter, PH, 7.564. 3, Ashleigh Shaw, CG, 7.732. Also qualifying: Trotter, Ros, and Watson, JC.

POLES - 1, x-Ashley Leavitt, Thu, 21.739. 2, x-Escobosa, Elm, 21.895. 3, x-Greer, Ros, 22.654. DRIVING - 1, x-Kierra Brotherton, JC, 76. 2, x-Charli Paul, Elm, 72. 3, x-Meagan Chatwood, Wil, 70. IN HAND TRAIL - 1, x-Kierra Brotherton, JC, 69.5. 2, Chatwood, Wil, 65.5. 3, x-Sarah Keller, Ros, 65. Also qualifying: Kienan Brotherton, JC.

REINING - 1, x-Greer, Ros, 64. 2, Krystle Harris, Mar, 58.25. 3, Chloe Eberlein, Mar, 57.5. Also qualifying: Ashley Noel, Coq, and Mandy Foote, NB. TRAIL - 1 (tie), x-Sandi Hickok, NE, and Morgan Proffit, CG, 69.25. 3, x-Stephanie Land, SE, 68.25. Also qualifying: Sarah White, Thu. WORKING RANCHER - 1, x-Egli, Ros, 76. 2, x-Keller, Ros, 71.5. 3, Lilly Cummins, Ros, 65.5. Also qualifying: Brittany Hunter, PH.

OVER FENCES - 1, x-Hickok, NE, 146. 2, x-Christina Weston, Ros, 136. 3, Charlotte Oliphant, Ros, 127. Also qualifying: Jessica Spencer, Thu. SADDLE SEAT - 1, x-Miranda Sloan, NE, 66. 2, Katie Culberhouse-Weber, Ros, 60. 3, x-Hickok, NE, 59. Also qualifying: Kierra Brotherton, JC. SHOWMANSHIP - 1, x-Lindsay Larsson, Bro, 68.75. 2 (tie), Sloan, NE, and Proffit, CG, 68.5. Also qualifying: Land, SE, and Jamie Headings, Thu.

DRESSAGE - 1, x-C. Weston, Ros, 184. 2, Angeline Desquesnes, CG, 169. 3, x-Alex Weston, Ros, 167. Also qualifying: Sarah Jansen, Cre. HUNT SEAT - 1, x-Culberhouse-Weber, Ros, 70.25. 2 (tie), x-Sloan, NE; Lacey Nash, Elm; Sarah Whaley, Ros; and C. Weston, Ros, all 68. Also qualifying: Hickok, NE. STOCK SEAT - 1, Rebekah, Ros, 67. 2, x-Culberhouse-Weber, Ros, 64. 3, x-Sloan, NE, 63. Also qualifying: Hunter, PH.

WORKING PAIRS - 1, x-Hickok/Sloan, NE, 74.5. 2, x-Danielle Crockett/Rachelle Crockett, Coq, 67. 3, Courtni Simmons/Whaley, Bro, 64. Also qualifying: Headings/Spencer, Thu. CANADIAN FLAGS - 1, x-Cottage Grove Team A (Natalie Liles, Neely, Shaw, Laura Smith), 35.37. 2, Marshfield B, 36.35. 3, Cottage Grove B, 37.87. Also qualifying: Roseburg A (Keller, Egli,Cummins, Trotter) and Junction City A (Ankeny, Sunkler, E. Watson, Schmitt). BIRANGLE - 1, x-Proffit/Neely, CG, 24.97. 2, x-Egli/Trotter, Ros, 26.45. 3, Devon Casey/Kiki Statzer, PH, 26.52. Also qualifying: Porter/Price, PH.

TEAM PENNING - 1, Junction City A (Sunkler, E. Watson, Schmitt). 2, Marshfield C. 3, Elmira A. Also qualifying: Cottage Grove A (Proffit, Liles, Neely) and Roseburg A (Keller, Egli, Trotter). IN HAND OBSTACLE RELAY - 1, x-Marshfield A (Katelyn Johnson, Ryan Eberlein, Codey Phillips, Krystle Harris). 2, x-Junction City A (Kierra Brotherton, Kienan Brotherton, Lloyd, Schmitt). 3, Brookings A. Also qualifying: Pleasant Hill A (Mikala Starr, Leah Ordonez, Hunter, Porter).

DRILL - 1, x-Elmira, 557.5. 2, x-Pleasant Hill, 529.5. WORKING 4's DRILL - 1, x-North Bend, 550.25. 2, x-Coquille 546.75. 3, x-Thurston, 512.25.

TEAM SCORES - Roseburg 679, Cottage Grove 457, Junction City 401, Thurston 308, Coquille 304, North Eugene 290, Elmira 289, Pleasant Hill 283, Marshfield 233, Mohawk 138, Brookings 137, North Bend 120, Willamette 101, South Eugene 92, Creswell 90, Sheldon 69, Siuslaw 56, Churchill 48, Gold Beach 14.

SOUTH VALLEY DISTRICT

SEASON RESULTS

TEAM SCORES - Roseburg 1,995, Junction City 1,248, Cottage Grove 1,246, Thurston 1,091, Pleasant Hill 1,042, Coquille 881, Elmira 766, North Eugene 756, Marshfield 647, North Bend 387, Brookings 378, Willamette 364, South Eugene 346, Creswell 285, Mohawk 276, Sheldon 220, Siuslaw 174, Churchill 144, Gold Beach 116.

YEAR-END AWARDS

100 CLUB - Bridget Coop, CG; Chantelle Henrikson, Ros; Brittany Hunter, PH; Stephanie Land, SE; Lindsay Larsson, Bro; Brent Neely, CG; Mackensie Nelson, CG; Rochelle O'Conner, NE;Morgan Proffit, CG; Jessica Spencer, Thu; Alex Weston, Ros; Christina Weston, Ros. 150 CLUB - Kierra Brotherton, JC. Savannah Greer, Ros. ALL AROUND - Emily Escobosa, Elm, Sarah Keller, Ros, and Sarah White, Thu.

PERFORMANCE HIGH POINT - 1, Katie Culberhouse-Weber, Ros. 2, Sandi Hickok, NE, and Miranda Sloan, NE.

ROOKIE FRESHMAN HIGH POINT, TIMED - Travis Trotter, Ros. ROOKIE FRESHMAN HIGH POINT, VERSATILITY - Laci Egli, Ros. ROOKIE SOPHOMORE HIGH POINT - 1, Meagan Chatwood, Wil. 2, Dan Kelley, JC. ROOKIE JUNIOR HIGH POINT - 1, Fanny Artner, PH. 2, Brianna Price, JC. ROOKIE SENIOR HIGH POINT - 1, Josie Gilbert, Ros. 2, Lacey Roberts, Elm.

TIMED HIGH POINT - 1, Ashley Leavitt, Thu. 2, Erica Watson, JC. VERSATILITY HIGH POINT - 1, Kienan Brotherton, JC. 2, Rachelle Crockett, Coquille.

GOLF

Men's Club Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge Golf Course

RED, WHITE & BLUE

FIRST FLIGHT - Gross, John Glancy, 75. Net, Bill Gass, 69. SECOND FLIGHT - Gross, John Robison, 84. Net, Ed Higgins, 68. THIRD FLIGHT - Gross, Jerry Harrison, 84. Net, Gary Douroux, 71. FOURTH FLIGHT - Gross, Curt Spanton, 87. Net, Joe Schaffeld, 65. FIFTH FLIGHT - Gross, Gene Bumgarner, 95. Net, Ken McCoy, 65.

Women's Club Wednesdays

At RiverRidge

ODDS & EVENS

Karen Brady/Pat Church, 91 gross/67 net. Lois Kingsford/Dianne Conrad, 100 gross/70 net.

HOCKEY

Ice Center

Adult Spring Leagues

"A" LEAGUE

RESULTS - Black 7, Red 7. Yellow 10, Grey 1.

STANDINGS - Yellow 4-0, Black 1-1-2, Red 1-2-1, Grey 0-3-1.

TONIGHT'S GAME - 8:30 p.m., Red vs. Grey.

"B" LEAGUE

RESULTS - White 0, Teal 0. Black 2, Yellow 2. Grey 6, Red 2.

STANDINGS - Gatorade Division: Black 2-1-1, Grey 2-2, Red 1-3. Pepsi Division: Teal 3-0-1, White 1-2-1, Yellow 1-2-1.

RUNNING

CASA - Voices for Children

At Corvallis

10,000 METERS

WINNER AND ALL LOCALS

1, Timothy Vandervlugt, Albany, 34:11. 4, Brian Stockdale, Springfield, 38:50. 10, Keith Brown, Eugene, 42:42. 23, Kyle Walker, Eugene, 47:29. 45, Renee Irvin, Eugene, 56:41. 51, Matt Olson, Eugene, 1:01:33.

5,000 METERS

WINNER AND LOCALS IN THE TOP 65

1, Jessica Carmona, Corvallis, 18:53. 4, Toby Gutoski, Eugene, 21:09. 8, Derek Snelling, Eugene, 21:44. 36, Henry Snow, Eugene, 28:13. 39, Benjamin Cooper, Eugene, 29:43. 62, Jodie Smith, Junction City, 41:52.

Churchill High School

Run for the Gauntlet

5,000 METERS

TOP 20 FINISHERS - 1, Ryan Erickson, 17:38.72. 2, Alex Maske, 18:58.23. 3, Russell Drummond, 19:13.29. 4, Paul Goetze, 19:58.78. 5, Joe McFadden, 20:04.28. 6, Andrew Price, 21:05.42. 7, Christopher Maske, 21:31.80. 8, Jeremy Bowman, 21:49.85. 9, Kris Cunningham (top female), 22:18.31. 10, Derek Manwill, 22:19.36. 11, Luke Manwill, 22:19.36. 12, Mark Whittier, 23:05.04. 13, Ashley Rochholz, 23:24.78. 14, Ted Drummond, 23:29.89. 15, Chad Crutcher, 24:08.11. 16, Mark Zima, 24:08.38. 17, Ray McCann, 24:17.26. 18, David Larson, 25:06.88. 19, Tim Rochholz, 25:52.25. 20, Forrest Hertzel, 26:37.20.

THREE-FOURTHS MILE KIDS RUN - 1, Hope Zima (age 10).

Boys and Girls Clubs'

Step Up for Kids

At Alton Baker Park

2,000 METERS

All runners are from Eugene unless noted.

1, Chris Maske, 8:50. 2, Cameron Parker, 8:53. 3, Bryan Beals, 9:12. 4, Remo Gruber, Florence, 9:39. 5, John Johnson, Florence, 9:45. 6, Gwen O'Connell, Springfield, 10:26. 7, Sara Kilday, Cottage Grove, 10:47. 8, Sean Lupton, Florence, 11:26. 9, Holli Gerkan, Florence, 12:07. 10, Alexa Lindholme, Florence, 12:08. 11, Alexandra Gerkan, Florence, 12:09. 12, Samantha Charroll, 12:50. 13, Daniel Loza, Florence, 13:10. 14, Krystina Leon, Florence, 13:16. 15, Nicole Libby, Florence, 13:17. 16, Tyler Payne, Florence, 13:22. 17, Tara MacFarlane, Florence, 13:37. 18, Anna Warnecke, West Lake, 13:59. 19, Jaron Kilday, Cottage Grove, 15:39. 20, Jim Trench, 17:01. (Note: 17 of the top 18 finishers were age 12 and younger.)

5,000 METERS

1, Aaron Long, Florence, 18:08. 2, Ari Winbush, 19:07. 3, Mark Tribe, 20:20. 4, Toby Gutoski, 20:37. 5, Dennis Staples, Cottage Grove, 21:00. 6, Meghan Kahn, Springfield, 21:01. 7, Allison Lombardi, 21:05. 8, Anthony Clem, 21:07. 9, Randy Robinson, 21:31. 10, Steve Pfaffle, 21:32. 11, Adam Thomas, 21:39. 12, Randy Free, 21:53. 13, Chris Butler, 21:58. 14, Ross Robertson, 22:12. 15, Christopher Coke, 22:17. 17, Shawn Henderson, Cottage Grove, 22:35. 18, Jay Baughman, 22:37. 19, Jesse Martin, Springfield, 22:37. 20, Jerry Stromme, Cheshire, 22:46.

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SATURDAY, JUNE 4 - The 13th annual Vitality run/walk at Alton Baker Park is a benefit for Meals on Wheels in Lane County. Events include a two mile run, two mile walk and a four mile run the morning of the Prefontaine track meet. There will be age group and gender awards and the entry fee includes T-shirt and two-week guest pass to the Downtown Athletic Club. Advance registration is $15, increasing to $20 on race day. Contacts: Paul Steenkolk, 338-3331, or goodrace.com.

SATURDAY, JUNE 11 - The 5,000 meter Steep Hill Chase is billed as a challenge for the best and fun for the rest. Its a 9 a.m. cross country run through the outback of Alton Baker Park to benefit Lane County Special Olympics. Advance registration at $15 includes a new improved hat. Day of race registration is $20.

SATURDAY, JUNE 18 - Liv's Fun Run/Walk is a 5,000 meter course beginning and ending at Trent Elementary School in Pleasant Hill and meandering through Elijah Bristow State Park. It is a fundraiser for Pleasant Hill Pre School and named for Olivia McCurdy who was killed on Highway 58 two years ago at age two-and-a-half. Entry details will be printed when available.

FRIDAY/SATURDAY, JULY 15-16 - Registration is now open for the 2005 Willamette Valley Relay, billed as the Northwest's premier long-distance walking event. The event takes walkers of all levels on a scenic and challenging 135-mile journey from Champeog State Park north of Salem to Alton Baker Park in Eugene. Walking teams of eight to 12 participants may register until May 15 for $725. An additional $100 late fee applies after that date. Visit wondersofwalking.com for information, course maps, discounted lodging and training details.

OTHER EVENTS

SATURDAY, MAY 7 - The Oregon Twilight Meet at Hayward Field will include separate Middle School Mile races for boys and girls. Youths in grades six, seven and eight will run together, starting about 6 p.m. or later. There is no entry fee, but participants must register by e-mail to Tom Heinonen at heino@uoregon.edu or call (541) 344-0498. Suggested entry standards for 1500 meters are 5:45 for boys and 6:30 for girls.

SATURDAY, MAY 7 - The CASA Champions for Children 8,000-meter run/walk and two-mile family fun walk begins at 8:30 a.m. at Marist High School. The proceeds benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates, a non-profit organization that trains volunteers to help abused and neglected children in Lane County. Registration is $20. Runners and walkers can register online at goodrace.com, in person at CASA of Lane County, 174 Deadmond Ferry Rd., Springfield, or on race day at Marist. Contact: 984-3132.

SATURDAY, MAY 7 -Splint and Sprint, a 5,000-meter run/walk and one-mile fun run/walk to benefit the Lower Umpqua Hospital Foundation, will start at 10 a.m. at the hospital in Reedsport. Entry fees for this South Coast Running Club-sponsored event are $12 with T-shirt (if still available), $5 without. Contact: (541) 271-9700.

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. Information and registration at goodrace.com.

SUNDAY, MAY 15 - Ready...Set...S.T.A.R.T. is a 10,000 meter run and 5,000 meter run/walk at Alton Baker Park, the races starting at 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., respectively. All levels of fitness are invited to participate in this event for Willamette Family's teen program, Project START (Supporting, Teaching and Advocating for Recovering Teens). Advance registration is $15 adults, $12 students, with fees increasing to $20/$15 on race day. For more information or to register, call 343-2993 or visit goodrace.com.

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, starting at 9 a.m. near Siuslaw High School and ending on the track. Entry through May 18 is $18 with T-shirt, $10 without. Day of race entry is $15 without shirt and takes place from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at Siuslaw Middle School. See goodrace.com for printable race brochure.

FRIDAY, JUNE 3 - The Eugene Challenge Mile is an open race beginning and ending at the Oakway Mall the evening before the Prefontaine track meet. A kids' fun race at 6:45 p.m. precedes the featured event at 7 p.m. Runners of all skill levels and and new runners in particular are welcome in the event that benefits the Committed Partners for Youth mentoring programs. Visit the Eugene Running Company at Oakway Mall in person for registration forms and details, online at eugenerunningcompany.com or call Michael Black days at 344-6399.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 - Registration is open for the 30th annual Crater Lake Rim Runs and Marathon. Registration brochures are available at running stores or by sending an SASE to: Rim Runs, 5830 Mack Ave., Klamath Falls, OR 97603. The field is limited to 500 total entries.

SOCCER

Kick City Indoor Soccer

Spring Results

MEN

"A" - FC Roseburg 5, FC Pontifex 3. Darigold 7, Revolution United 4. "B" - Lane Titans 8, Traffic Cones 5. IBEW-280 7, Hands Free 3. Beer Buddies 4, Farm Team 3. "C" - The Team 7, Collateral Attack 5. Madd Scientist 7, Titans 5. OHN 10, Get Er Done 6. ICE 14, Landsharks 4.

WOMEN

+30 (MICRO) - Diamond Dogs 11, Grape Apes 4. White Sharks 17, Two Left Feet 6. BAB 7, Lightning Strikes 3. Off the Wall 7, Tie Dyes 4. Team Green 6, Orange Crush 5. SharpShooters 7, Mia Want 2 B's 2.

COED

COMPETITIVE - Tribe 9, The Tater Tots 6. Koffler Boats 8, FC Gunners 3. REC GREEN - Harding Electric 8, Shurumuco 4. Has Beens 18, South Valley 5. The Fury 9, Boyberts 1. REC YELLOW - Raging Llamas 11, Alias 4. The Bypassers 13, The Ball Kickers 8. Guadalajara 14, The Spyders 5. Dazzling Ducks 13, The Relics 9. PFCU 7, Crag Rats 3. +35 (MICRO) - Los Campeones 9, M&M 8. Dolphins 12, Sudden Impact 6. FC Arthritics 14, Just For Fun 7. Ballsnatchers 19, Old But Slow 10.

VOLLEYBALL

Eugene Women's

Volleyball League

RESULTS - We're Back d Frontier Resources 15-13, 15-0, 15-8. Track Town Pizza d Cafe Yumm 10-15, 16-14, 10-8. Papa's Pizza d Re-Runs 15-8, 15-8, 15-2. American Realty d Papa's Pizza 15-5, 15-5, 16-14. American Realty d Peak Performance 15-4, 15-7, 15-7. Patterson Cutting d Peak Performance 15-11, 13-15, 15-6. Patterson Cutting d Track Town Pizza 15-6, 15-11, 14-11. Lorig Management d Smack 15-5, 15-6, 15-5. Cafe Yumm d Lorig Management 15-11, 15-8, 10-11. Rough Riders d Re-Runs 15-5, 15-9, 15-4. Simple Plan d We're Back 15-4, 15-4, 15-6. Simple Plan d Rough Riders 15-8, 10-15, 8-7. Nash Co. d Frontier Resources 15-2, 15-1, 15-1. Nash Co. d Smack 15-6, 15-11, 15-1.

POINT STANDINGS - Nash Co. 66, Simple Plan 60, Rough Riders 52, Cafe Yumm 48, Lorig Management 48, American Realty 4
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