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Byline: The Register-Guard

Mikayla Hurwitz, 10, of Noti, and Ezra Alltucker, 8, of Eugene, are honing their routines for this weekend's 14th annual Love to Skate ISI team competition at Lane County's Ice Center. Adult and youth skaters from throughout the Northwest will perform in four sessions Friday through Sunday. Open to the public with free admission, the sessions are Friday, 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and Sunday 8 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Hurwitz, a fifth-grader at Eugene's Village School, has been skating for half of her 10 years, practicing about 12 hours per week. She will appear in four individual and group events. Alltucker, a second-grader at St. Paul's Catholic School, has been skating for one year. He will make his Love to Skate debut in one individual and one group performance.

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

Top gymnast: Churchill High School senior Jami Lanz won the level 10 All-Around title at the Seattle Sports Festival last weekend with a 38.05 score (40.0 is perfect). The three-day meet drew approximately 1,100 gymnasts to the Seahawks Exhibition Center.

Prep bowler: Thurston High School senior Jessica Meduna bowled a 730 series last week in Timber Bowl junior league competition. The 278-206-246 series is Meduna's second effort of 700 or better, a significant benchmark for bowlers of any age.

Events

Prep bowling: The District 4 qualifying tournament for the state high school championships is Saturday and Sunday at Firs Bowl. The top two boys and girls teams, and possibly one or both third-place teams, will qualify for the March 5-6 finals at Medford. Marshfield, North Bend, Siuslaw, Springfield and Thurston are among the schools expected to battle for top honors, with the Siuslaw girls representing the district as defending state champions.

Cross country ski races: The 2005 Sun Country Criterium is Saturday at the Mount Bachelor Nordic Center. The event includes a three-kilometer race for all J3 boys and girls (age 12 and younger), a five-kilometer distance race for all females and J2 racers, and a 10-kilometer race for all male racers who are not J2 or J3s. The first race begins at 10 a.m. The entry fee is $12 for age 19 and older and $7 for age 18 and younger, plus $8 for a one-day Nordic Trail pass for those without a 10-day or season pass. Entry fees are good through 5 p.m. Wednesday, after which there is a $5 late fee. Entry forms are available online at mbsef.org. Contact: Ben Husaby, (541) 388-0002.

Registration

Amateur wrestling: The club wrestling season switches from collegiate rules to freestyle and Greco-Roman this week, allowing additional youth and adults the opportunity to join in. North Eugene Wrestling Club practices are 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at North Eugene High School. Contact coach Donovan Volk at 461-9678.

Little League baseball, softball: Emerald Valley Little League will hold two registration sessions this week, Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Awbrey Park Elementary School and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Willamette High School cafeteria. Boys and girls ages 5-15 may participate. Ages 5-6 play coed T-ball. Ages 7-8 play coach-pitch, while ages 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14 have their own leagues for player-pitch baseball or softball. Players may be age 15 as long as they are still in eighth grade. A government-issued birth certificate and proof-of-residence address are required at registration. Emerald Valley, which did not offer softball leagues last year, emphasizes that a girls program has been reinstated this year. Contact: 461-1130.

Eugene AYSO: Three registration sessions for the American Youth Soccer Association spring season will be held at Eugene Region 53's headquarters at 4070 Stewart Road, next to Euphoria Chocolate and off Bertlesen Road. Sessions are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Feb. 16, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and Feb. 26, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is $45 for the first player in a household. Sibling discounts and scholarships are available. The program is open to boys and girls ages 4 1/2 to 19. A new VIP (Very Important Player) program will begin this season for youth with disabilities. For all AYSO queries, call 484-1149 or visit EugeneAYSO.org.

Babe Ruth baseball: Junction City Babe Ruth has a limited number of openings for players ages 10-11. Those interested who live in the Junction City-Harrisburg-Monroe area should call Kurt Straube at 998-1361 before Feb. 15.

City league soccer: Registration for the City of Eugene's adult spring soccer leagues will be accepted from returning (spring 2004) teams on Feb. 22-23 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the athletics office at Amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard St. If openings are available, new teams may register Feb. 24-25. Teams must submit a completed team roster, classification sheet and the full team entry fee at the time of registration. Play begins March 28 and includes 11-a-side leagues for men's A, B and C divisions and women's B. Seven-a-side leagues are offered for men's 35-and-older, women's recreational and coed recreational. Contact for registration materials or questions: 682-5409.

Help Wanted

LCC women's soccer: Lane Community College met the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges' January deadline for adding a fall sport, but still needs to choose a head coach for the women's soccer team that will begin practice in mid-August. Prospective candidates for the part-time coaching position should contact LCC athletic director Sean Mondragon at 463-5548. The school expects to release the names of prospective players submitting letters of intent within the next month. The NWAACC will realign its divisions this year, and LCC's inaugural schedule will be released later this spring.

Instruction

Track & field officials: A level I clinic for new track & field officials will be offered Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon on the second floor of the Bowerman Building next to Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus. The training costs $30 and includes a training manual and rule book. At 1 p.m. certification will be conducted for new officials, as well as re-certification for those previously certified. This will also cost $30. Contact: Rod Wood, 942-0181.

Baseball clinics: Linn-Benton Community College is offering a Skills and Drills Clinic each Sunday in February between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. for participants ages 6-18. The cost per week is $20. Pre-registration is advised, but walk-ins are welcome. LBCC's annual Indoor Hitting Clinic includes separate morning (9 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) sessions on Feb. 19 for participants ages 8-18. The cost is $30 and kids receive a snack and a T-shirt. To register, contact head coach Greg Hawk at (541) 917-4242 or associate coach Harvey Miller at (541) 917-4295. The clinics are held at the LBCC campus gym in Albany.

BOWLING

District 4 Prep League

JAN. 30 AT LIBERTY LANES, COTTAGE GROVE

BOYS - 1, Springfield. 2, Cottage Grove. 3, Marshfield. First-place match: Springfield 374, Cottage Grove 349. Third-place match: Marshfield 413, Thurston 334. GIRLS - 1, Thurston. 2, Marshfield. 3, Springfield. First-place match: Thurston 371, Marshfield 248. Third-place match: Springfield 244, Cottage Grove 227. In the junior varsity division, Marshfield edged Cottage Grove in the boys' competition and Thurston's girls edged Springfield.

Strike City

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - John Hall 279, Stan Mallory 279, Dennis Powell 277, Pat Osterhoff 275, Aaron Fleming 269, Ed Stillman 269, Dick Schamber 268, Derrick White 268, Jim Daley 265, Ryan Laisure 259. SENIORS - Frank Fleck 232, Chuck Holtze 228, Mike Henson 226, Jim Simmons 225, Chuck Walling 224, Dave Kelley 223, Hank Perry 223, Chuck Kiefer 221.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Mallory 754, Powell 750, Hall 726, Dave Huston 726, Stillman 700, Schamber 696, Mike Ewing 692, Joe Kiefer 689, Ryan Bauman 683, Rick Guined 677. SENIORS - Walling 635, Perry 627, Kelley 622, Kiefer 618, Mike Martichuski 617, Holtze 599, Simmons 597, Earl Goodman 595.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Tracy Harto 279, Liz Anderson 259, Kathi Sutherland 249, Jayne Thompson 234, Debbie Marshall 224, Debbie Deguisne 221, Jackie Loser 216, Kathy Heinz 215, Ione Henson 209, Linda Wright 207. SENIORS - Jackie Fleck 199, Doris Forcia 194, Betty Clark 187, Carol Pruett 187, Alice Adank 183, Shirley Baker 181, Betty Sandford 179, Eleanor Kelly 178.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Harto 701, Anderson 660, Marshall 639, Sutherland 637, Heinz 602, Melody Prutsman 583, Thompson 565, Deguisne 563, Wright 555, Cathy Newton 550. SENIORS - Forcia 510, Fleck 508, Clark 493, Adank 491, Baker 470, Ruth Grim 469, Sandford 459, Susie Ingalls 457.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

JUNIOR BOYS - Zack Reed 202 game/502 series, Stephen Guined 190/500, Derek Rather 192/500, Steven Meissner /480, Tim Bohn 171/468, Aaron McGuire 173/. BANTAM BOYS - Blake Swanson 153/397, Brandon Swanson 122/309, Devon Drift 116/274, John Lind 104/251, Garrett Butler 74/216.

JUNIOR GIRLS - Katie Bowles 136/399, Elizabeth Anderson 140/384, Erin Butler 145/374, Ashlee Mecseji 137/374, Jennifer Bohn 102/292. BANTAM GIRL - Nicole Denson 102/270.

Firs Bowl

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Larry Given 288, Lester Hankins 279, Mike Charboneau 279, Bob Osborne 268, Brian Tysor 267, Jeff Chapek 266, Mike Larion 266, Kerry Stapleton 265, Daniel Zaklan 263, Tim Lein 261. SENIORS - Bud Bray 279, Mike Skinner 258, Chuck Kiefer 257, Jim Simmons 256, Don Anderson 247, Larry Libby 237, Earl Goodman 227.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Hankins 739, Lein 737, Tysor 737, Jeff McKay 728, Zaklan 714, Mike Henson 707, Given 703, Charboneau 700. SENIORS - Skinner 678, Anderson 670, Kiefer 664, Bray 657, Goodman 636, Frank Williams 633, Jim Turpin 629, Simmons 620.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Kathy Heinz 289, Carla Tysor 728, Tracy Harto 258, Maryann Nassetta 246, Karen Buckingham 245, Teri Sunell 244, Pam Schmidt 236, Jessica Heidecker 236. SENIORS - Shirley Prather 210, Carole Rhodes 208, Sharon Lindquist 201, Betty Miller 200, Pat McDowell 191, Peggy Salts 188, Dorothy Pease 186, Marge Newcombe 184, Vi Elliott 183.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Harto 728, Nassetta 690, Buckingham 677, Schmidt 676, Robbie McCoy 676, Tysor 674, Heinz 658, Heidecker 654, Sunell 635. SENIORS - Rhodes 578, Donna Brant 536, Salts 530, Ruth Grim 522, Prather 519, Elliott 511, Jean Ferrand 501.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Chad Hagues 246/636, Jon Wilkinson 223/578, Darrin Allen /568, B.J. Baule 222/. JUNIORS - Chris Caley 181/494, Justin Predko 159/433, Taylor Reineke /340, Brandon Carnay 132/. PREPS - Ryan Lein 171/445, Kyle Ropchan 157/394, Austin Howe 130/348. BANTAM - Andrew Sombs 89/212. PEE WEES - Alex Diaz Simon 74, Scott Sombs 74, Corey Sombs 69.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Kimberly Weir 202/570, Ashley Zoll 148/392, Shawna White 142/379. JUNIORS - Chessica Hagues 221/546, Katie Given 199/500, Erika Jackson /455, Ainsley Jackson 182/. PREPS - Vanessa Tobon 156/384, Yvonne Couts 123/354, Brittany Farmer 116/320. BANTAMS - Chelsea 106/268, Carlee Farbrini 31/79.

Timber Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Ben Smith 224/611, Jason Savelich 200/593, Josh Frank 209/547, Travis Bromley 210/508, Stephen Miller 181/507. JUNIORS - Curtis Mitchell 190/491, Jared Painter 150/397, Preston Barrett 161/303. PREP - Alex Graham 138/395. BANTAM - Jon Huntley 72/195.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Jessica Meduna 278/730, Jena Anderson 236/584, Melissa Young 201/554, Brenda Musgrove 198/543. JUNIORS - Blair Prater 163/459, Kylie Sheldon 153/392. PREPS - Hayley Leno 113/280, Whitney Scott 102/258, Keira Wullschleger 71/196.

Emerald Lanes

MEN HIGH GAMES

Ken Lowen 279, Alan Newell 279, Tony VanGetstel 279, George Weiss 279, Mark Maahs 278, Mike Charboneau 268, Dave Ralston 268, Greg Geist 266, John Porter 266, Rob Shelton 266.

MEN HIGH SERIES

Shelton 746, Weiss 745, Matt Fabella 741, Larry Lindberg 720, Newell 708, Ralston 707, Larry Johnson 701, Thor Burgett 699, Nathan Goble 699, VanGetstel 699.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

Kim Charboneau 246, Bambi Duncan 246, Judy Guzman 246, Yolanda Hagues 236, Karen Buckingham 225, Debbie Cleverly 225, Alice Marks 225, Peggy Wright 225, Shannon Neubig 223, Ellen Hansen 220.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

Hagues 652, Buckingham 634, Charboneau 630, Kim Patton 624, Duncan 609, Hansen 600, Carole Rhodes 599, Candy Goble 598, Tracy Denson 595, Neubig 593.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

BOYS - Chris Keown 243/585, Ryan Besaw 210/561, Justin Meadows 194/548, Aaron Shelton 238/547, Richard Cornford 209/536, Robert Jackson 178/493, Justin Cummings 173/474, Matthew Fritz /472, Kyle Raymond /458, Jesse Ferreira 179/428, Trevor Baker 179/, Brandyn Salazar 176/.

GIRLS - Tasha Myers 171/446, Shanelle Salazar 139/393, Sabrina Black 152/392, Tabatha Martin 156/332, Lisa Mowrer 125/314, Holli Black 132/275, Emily Hunt 97/256, Sarah Martin 210.

GOLF

"It's Still Winter Tourney"

At RiverRidge Golf Course

GROSS - 1, James Rice-Seth Raleigh, 72. 2, Steve Erickson-Hunt Holsapple, 72. 3, Tony Perkin-Gary Johnson, 73. NET - 1, Dave Johnson-Mike Calvert, 64. 2, Phil Mitchell-James Borlin, 64. 3, Don Allen-Chaim Hertz, 65.

Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge Golf Course

THREE-MAN SUPERDRIVE

1, Ron Ross-Gary Dourous-Jim Britton-Curt Spanton, 120. 2, Bob Neet-Dean McBee-Chuck Wallace-Dale Atkins, 120.

GYMNASTICS

Seattle Sports Festival

NAT'L ACADEMY OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

LEVEL 8, ALL AGES

VAULT - 3, Aliza Vaccher 9.125. 4, Allison Davies 9.10. Chelsea Tang 9.00, Jeanine Menzies 8.55. BARS - 4, Tang 9.35. Vaccher 9.175, Davies 9.05, Menzies 8.20. BEAM - 3T, Davies and Tang 9.225. 8, Menzies 8.90. Vaccher 8.525. FLOOR - 1, Vaccher 9.50. 3, Tang 9.35. 4, Davies 9.30. Menzies 9.05. ALL-AROUND - 1, Tang 36.925. 2, Davies 36.670. 5, Vaccher 36.325. Menzies 34.70.

TEAM SCORE - NAAG, first place, 110.30.

LEVEL 10, ALL AGES

VAULT - 3, Jami Lanz 9.40. Becky Colvin 8.95, Casey Jo Magee 8.70, Autumn Fargher 8.35, Eryn Stubblefield 7.60. BARS - 2, Lanz 9.375. 5, Magee 9.10. Colvin 8.15, Stubblefield 7.375, Fargher 6.85. BEAM - 1, Lanz 9.55. 4, Magee 9.40. 9, Colvin 9.10. Stubblefield 9.00, Fargher 8.375. FLOOR - 1, Lanz 9.725. 5, Magee 9.45. 9, Colvin 9.275. Stubblefield 9.175, Fargher 8.825. ALL-AROUND - 1, Lanz 38.05. 5, Magee 36.65. Colvin 35.475, Stubblefield 33.15, Fargher 32.40.

TEAM SCORE - NAAG, second place, 110.175.

HOCKEY

Ice Center

Hockey Leagues

ADULT WINTER "A" LEAGUE

No results available.

ADULT WINTER "B" LEAGUE

RESULTS - Mount Bachelor 5, Mount Jefferson 0. Black Butte 4, Mount Hood 2. STANDINGS - Black Butte 10-5-0-20 points, Mount Bachelor 8-5-2-18, Mount Hood 8-7-0-16, Mount Jefferson 2-11-2-6.

ADULT WINTER "C" LEAGUE

RESULTS - Douglas 3, Multnomah 0. Clackamas Clowns 6, Cuervo Gold 4. STANDINGS - Multnomah 8-3-4-20 points, Cuervo Gold 10-5-0-20, Clackamas Clowns 5-6-4-14, Douglas 3-12-0-6.

RUNNING

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SATURDAY, MARCH 12 - Sheldon High School's 28th annual Run for the Shamrock at Alton Baker Park includes a five-kilometer fun run and walk at 9:30 a.m. and the featured 10-kilometer race at 10 a.m. Entry fee is $13 with T-shirt and $7 without, through March 10. Add $1 for late registration. Register at Shamrock Flowers & Gifts in the Sheldon Plaza. All proceeds benefit Sheldon athletics. Contact: Erin Regali, 687-3381 or 345-3285.

SATURDAY, APRIL 2 - Oakland Nuts for a Cure presents a five-kilometer run/walk and silent auction as a benefit for the American Cancer Society-Roseburg Relay for Life. The event starts and finishes at Oakland City Park and winds through the Douglas County historical community. Registration through March 25 is $15 with T-shirt, $10 without. Call or e-mail for a registration form. Contact: Janice Bartholomew at NutsForACure@msn.com or (541) 459-2314.

OTHER EVENTS

SATURDAY/SUNDAY, FEB. 12-13 - The 2005 USA Cross Country Championships and World Cross Country Team Trials will be at Fort Vancouver in downtown Vancouver, Wash. Even if you are not a national-caliber runner, anyone may compete in the four-kilometer Fun Run that kicks off the weekend at 9:15 a.m. Saturday on the same course as the U.S. championships. Registration is $8 through today and $12 Tuesday through Saturday. USATF membership is not required for the Fun Run. Contact the USATF Oregon Association office at (541) 504-1077.

SUNDAY, FEB. 13 - The eighth annual Truffle Shuffle, a four-mile run and two-mile run/walk, takes place at Alton Baker Park in Eugene. Every paid entrant receives a long-sleeve T-shirt and a truffle. Early registration by Feb. 6 is $18 (students $15). Jerry's Kids Fun Run is free. The event benefits Bolder Options, a running and skill-oriented mentoring program for at-risk adolescent youth.

SUNDAY, FEB. 13 - The first Valentine Fanconi Anemia five-kilometer run/walk starts at Waterfront Park in Portland at 8 a.m. The flat, winding course follows the Willamette River. All proceeds go to Fanconi Anemia research. Registration ($35) is available online at RaceCenter.com (click on "calendar") or on the morning of the race.

SATURDAY, FEB. 19 - The 28th annual five-kilometer Couple's Classic starts and finishes at River Road Park. Runners and walkers may compete as individuals or two-person teams, with awards based on combined times and ages. Entry is $15 per person with T-shirt through Feb. 15, $8 without shirt through race day. See goodrace.com for a printable entry form.

SATURDAY, MARCH 5 - The Run of Two Cities, a 10-kilometer run and five-kilometer run/walk sponsored by South Coast Running Club, will start at 9 a.m. at Mingus Park in Coos Bay. The entry fee is $5 and all proceeds benefit Oregon Special Olympics. Contact: Tim Wall, (541) 269-5169.

SOCCER

Kick City Indoor Soccer

Winter II Results

MEN

"A" - Euro Trash 6, Hooligans 6. Tribe United 10, Smith Family Bookstore 4. FC Pontifex 7, Revolution United 6. FC Roseburg 8, Flying Burritos 7. Darigold 10, Grassroots Crew 2. "B" - Nag Champa 9, Up & Back 7. The Corporation 11, Cottage Grove 2. Hooligans 11, Traffic Cones 6. Das Boot FC 8, Los Mochilas 3. "C" - Pencil Pushers 6, Iispin Laochra 5. Beer Buddies 9, The Team 3. Borden 12, 342-Homers 6. Orsini 7, Dynea 4. Cosa Nostra 7, Collateral Attack 7. Get Er Done 2, Landsharks 0.

HIGH SCHOOL GREEN - R.F.S. 11, Pleasant Hill 6. Millers White 7, Cottage Grove 7. Churchill 14, Marist 6. HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW - North Eugene 13, Elmira Falcons 2. Marist 2, South Eugene 0. Millers Blue 6, Thurston 0. U14 - Pumas 10, Eugene Blues 7. Tiburons 6, Rebels 2. North Eugene 7, Southside 1. Ice 12, Bethel United 3. U12 GREEN - Flames 12, Thurston 1. Crew Red 13, Crew White 9. U12 YELLOW - Yellow Jackets 3, Titans 0. OUSA Independents 8, Pumas 1. Knights 1, Red Devils 1.

WOMEN

OPEN - UO Club 6, Direct Kick 5. Brew Crew 9, Lackadaises 3. +30 GREEN (MICRO) - White Sharks 15, Diamond Dogs 5. The Mix 14, Flash 6. +30 YELLOW (MICRO) - Off the Wall 11, Lightning Strikes 4. WHS 15, Grape Apes 3. Team Green 8, Orange Crush 4. BAB 8, Mia Want 2 B's 4. Two Left Feet 12, Experiment-626 5. Tie Dyes 9, SharpShooters 6.

HIGH SCHOOL - Millers II 6, Churchill 2. Millers 13, Sheldon Irish 2. Millers II 6, Blue and Purple 3. Pleasant Hill 6, North 3. U14 - Saints United 2, SE Spitfire 0. OUSA Freedom 4, Thurston Lightning 0. SharpShooters 10, Blue Lightning 1. U12 GREEN - OUSA Spirit 3, SharpShooters 2. FCW Pursuit 8, Thurston Lightning 3. U12 YELLOW - OUSA Power 2, Churchill Bread Crumbs 1. U10 - Cheetahs 5, Line-inators 3. OUSA Courage 14, Thurston Thunder 1.

COED

COMPETITIVE - Eurotrash 9, FC Gunners 3. Koffler Boats 11, The Tribe 3. REC WHITE - Jat Hai FC 10, The Puffer Fish 4. Collateral Attack 13, The Fury 5. REC GREEN - South Valley 5, Raging Llamas 4. Harding Electric 9, Ballsnatchers 3. Shurumco 13, The Relics 4. REC YELLOW - Guadalajara 7, The Spyders 3. Enviro Pros 3, Slow Pokes 3. Crag Rats 8, Sudden Impact 7. Cottage Grove 9, Berzerker 2. +35 (MICRO) - Ballsnatchers 2, M&M 0. FC Arthritics 17, Just For Fun 3. Los Campeones 11, Old But Slow 5.

VOLLEYBALL

Eugene Women's

Volleyball League

RESULTS - Re-Runs d Frontier Resources 15-5, 15-8, 15-2. We're Back d Peak Performance 15-10, 15-10, 3-15. American Realty d Smack 15-7, 15-3, 16-14. Lorig Msanagement d Patterson Cutting 14-16, 15-11, 7-5. Simple Plan d Cafe Yumm 5-15, 15-10, 15-5. Rough Riders d Papa's Pizza 15-9, 15-5, 15-8. Nash Co. d Track Town Pizza 15-11, 15-12, 15-10. POINT STANDINGS - Nash Co. 18, Rough Riders 18, Simple Plan 16, Cafe Yumm 12, American Realty 10, Lorig Management 10, Patterson Cutting 8, Papa's Pizza 6, Peak Performance 6, Re-Runs 6, Smack 6, We're Back 6, Track Town Pizza 4, Frontier Resources 0.

WRESTLING

Oregon Youth Wrestling

State Championships

At Clackamas High School

NORTH EUGENE WRESTLING CLUB RESULTS

STATE CHAMPIONS - Dave Tena Jr., 70-pound novice. Dalton Pachano, 95-pound midget. FOURTH PLACE - Travis Stephens, 100-pound novice. FIFTH PLACE - Justin Tollen, 95-pound cadet. SIXTH PLACE - Derick Tollen, 45-pound bantam. Jackson Hoyt, 95-pound school boy.

McKENZIE RIVER MAT CLUB RESULTS

SECOND PLACE - Brogan Miner, 55-pound bantam. SIXTH PLACE - Joey Gardner, 80-pound school boy.

OSPREY WRESTLING CLUB RESULTS

SECOND PLACE - Tanner Harvey, Elkton, 60-pound bantam. FOURTH PLACE - Adam Sprague, Lowell, 130-pound school boy. FIFTH PLACE - Lincoln Casarez, Lowell, 75-pound midget. Drew Erickson, Lowell, 119-pound cadet.
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