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Byline: The Register-Guard

Meagan Chatwood, 15, of Eugene, will return to the Oregon Horse Center on Prairie Road this weekend as her Willamette High School equestrian team prepares for its second South Valley district meet. The 23-event competition lasts all day Friday, Saturday and up to 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. Willamette and Siuslaw are two of the prep equestrian program's newest members, and 13 of the 19 participating schools are from Lane County. Chatwood, a rider since she got her first pony at age 8, recorded Willamette's only "top three" placement in the February meet, while Meagan's sister, Lacie, was the team's top individual scorer.

Krista Weaver, of Florence, a bowler since fourth grade, will lead her Siuslaw High School team into the state high school bowling tournament at Medford this weekend as the Vikings seek back-to-back state championships. Weaver was the District 4 MVP earlier this month as Siuslaw edged Thurston by four pins for the regional title. Thurston and North Bend will join Siuslaw at the state tournament, all three schools having won the state high school girls bowling championship over the past dozen years. On the boys side, North Bend, Siuslaw and Springfield will be the local representatives. North Bend's district MVP Bobby Femling and four teammates finished among the top seven bowlers at district.

The University of Oregon Ice Hockey Club won its first-ever Pac-8 tournament championship last week at Berkeley, outscoring California 7-3 in the semifinal and edging Washington 3-2 in the final. Duck forward Nate King, a senior from Fairbanks, Alaska, scored three goals and two assists against second-seed California and was named tournament MVP. Ted Martin, Cal Brackin and Scott Tedrick also scored as Oregon twice came from behind against Cal. Meanwhile fourth-seed Washington defeated top-seed UCLA 6-4 to set up an all-Northwest final. Against the Huskies, Jason Savich and Ryan Jones gave the Ducks a 2-0 first period lead that they never lost. Martin added the winning goal and freshman goalkeeper Matt Nuernberg, who recorded 52 saves in the two games, blanked Washington in the final period for the championship victory. Oregon's Scott McCallum received Pac-8 Coach of the Year honors as the Ducks recorded their first 20-win season (22-4-2) after finishing 2-24 a year ago.

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.

Accomplishment

UO wins hockey tournament: The University of Oregon Ice Hockey Club won its first-ever Pac-8 tournament championship last week at Berkeley, defeating California 7-3 in the semifinal and edging Washington 3-2 in the final. Duck forward Nate King, a senior from Fairbanks, scored three goals and had two assists against second-seeded California and was named tournament MVP. Jason Savich, Ryan Jones and Ted Martin scored for Oregon in the final. Oregon's Scott McCallum received Pac-8 Coach of the Year honors as the Ducks recorded their first 20-win season (22-4-2) after finishing 2-24 a year ago.

Events

AAU basketball tournaments: The AAU State Championship Tournament for boys in grades three (9U), four (10U) and five (11U) will be March 11-13 at Marist High School. The registration deadline is March 4 and tournament information can be viewed at oregonaau.org. Contacts: Estelle Coreris Moore, 689-0883, or Byron Land, 461-0310 or 484-0188.

The tournament for U12, U13, U14 and U15 boys will be April 8-10 at North Eugene and Willamette high schools in Eugene. Contact: Dave King, 726-0219.

The AAU State Qualifier Tournament for girls ages 9U through 15U will be April 15-17 at Springfield High School. Contact: Diane Wenger, 485-5474 evenings only.

The tournament for U16 and U17 boys and U16 and U18 girls will be April 22-24 in Eugene. Contact: Jeff Wingate, 343-1953.

OTCM track clinic: A doubleheader is scheduled for the Oregon Track Club Masters' track and field clinic on March 6 at Hayward Field. Former UO and South Eugene High School coach John Gillespie will focus on the horizontal and vertical jumps. The high jump will be covered between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., and the long jump and triple jump will follow between 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. The sessions are free and open to those of high school age and older. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 343-3545.

Monroe H.S. dinner: The Monroe High School Dragon Pride Booster Club will hold its 10th annual dinner and auction on March 12. The event supports all athletic activities at the school, and items and services for donation to the auction are being solicited. Contact: Tracy Pugh, (541) 424-3333.

Kidsports Klassic soccer: The organizational meeting for Klassic (grades 5-8) and high school spring soccer coaches is March 8 at 7 p.m. in the Kidsports Springfield office. First-time coaches must attend a 6:30 p.m. orientation session. It is important for all high school spring teams to be represented even if not by the team's coach. Contact: Hal Williams, 746-0403.

Dodgeball tournament: Maximus Sports has announced a St. Patrick's Dodgeball Tournament to take place March 12 starting at 5:45 p.m. To register or for details, contact Maximus Sports at 606-9626 or info@maximus sports.com.

Ladies golf: The Hidden Valley Ladies Golf Club will hold its first meeting of the season March 23 at 9:30 a.m., with play to begin two weeks later on April 6. The Cottage Grove club welcomes new members of all skill levels. For details, contact Ruth Caloia, 942-9508, or Sue Belnap, 942-1285.

Instruction

Baseball camp: The fourth annual South Eugene High School All City Baseball Camp and Coach's Clinic is March 12-13 in the South Eugene High School gym. Ages 8-12 will attend Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and ages 13-15 will attend Sunday at the same hours. The Coach's Clinic is 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The cost for players is $35 and includes both T-shirt and lunch. The Coach's Clinic is $25. Register at the SEHS main office, 400 E. 19th Ave., between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact: camp coordinator, 687-5848.

Registration

RiverRidge women's golf: Players of all skill levels are welcome in the RiverRidge Golf Complex 2005 Women's Golf League. Registration is open and the annual membership fee is $40, including USGA handicap. The league offers a choice of nine-hole play on Monday mornings or Thursday evenings, or 18-hole play Wednesday mornings. Contact: Pat Church, 686-1229 or pchurch@riverridgeor.com.

Kidsports spring soccer: The registration deadline for Kidsports kindergarten through fourth grade recreational soccer is March 11. The organizational meeting for team coaches is March 14 at 7 p.m. at Jefferson Middle School, except that first-time coaches must report at 6:30 p.m. for additional orientation. Practice may begin March 28. Contact Kidsports at 683-2374 or 746-0403.

Teams Forming

Speedcats basketball: Tryouts for girls spring AAU teams will be held today and Tuesday at South Eugene High School. Girls in grades 5-7 will try out from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. both nights, and girls in grades 8-9 will try out from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. both nights. Spring schedules and approximate fees for the season can be found at eteamz.com/speedcats. Contact for additional information: 343-1953.

Coed masters softball: A 10-week, slowpitch softball league for men 50 and older and women 40 and older has openings for additional players. Games are played in Eugene on Sunday afternoons during the summer. Emphasis is on safety, fun and fellowship. Contact Leslie at 461-4664 or Joel at 343-0566.

Willamalane summer softball: Willamalane Park and Recreation District will hold a meeting for new men's and coed teams wishing to participate in the 2005 summer softball leagues. The meeting is March 7 at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Building, 765 A St., Springfield. Registration procedures and fees will be discussed at that time. Contact: 736-4544.

Baseball tryouts: Baseball Northwest will conduct spring tryout camps on March 13 at Oregon State University and March 20 at Lane Community College. Those graduating high school in 2006 and 2007 are invited at 9 a.m., and 2008 and 2009 graduates should attend at 1 p.m. The tryout fee is $20. For more information, call the Baseball Northwest office at (253) 536-8001.

Babe Ruth tryouts: Last week's announcement for March 5-6 Babe Ruth baseball tryouts in the South Eugene area did not include a telephone contact. Visit oregonbaberuth.com or call Gary Heeszel, 687-9538.

Notice

Youth cross country: Aaron Long, athletic director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Lane County at Florence, is forming a running club for third- through sixth-grade boys and girls. He has three races scheduled, but is seeking a fourth opponent for a 5,000-meter or shorter run in mid-April. Contact Long at (541) 902-0304.

Job opening

Volleyball officials coordinator: March 8 is the application deadline for the position of Emerald Empire Volleyball Officials Association commissioner, a job that has its heaviest workload during the fall high school season. Candidates must have basic knowledge of the sport, administrative skills, excellent communication skills and organizational abilities. Contact the association president at 968-8814 for further details.

BOWLING

Emerald Lanes

MEN HIGH GAMES

Ernie Banyard 300, Gale Eggebraaten 300, Mark Sebastian 300, Larry Dowdy 278, Jay Heatherington 269, Jim Blackburn 268, Larry Johnson 268, Jim Goble 267, Dennis Dunnick 266, Lenny Bunting 264.

MEN HIGH SERIES

Banyard 774, Forrest Cardwell 753, Bob Humbert 750, Johnson 744, Tony Corgain 741, Andrew Smith 723, Sebastian 701.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

Tracy Denson 247, Kym Miner 245, Joan Given 235, Debbie Cleverly 225, Char Copple 225, Charlie Thom 224, Kim Zitek 224, Patty Pacheco 223, Mary Curl 217, Shannon Peterson 213.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

Given 651, Cleverly 617, Miner 610, Zitek 594, Thom 571, Glynis Beyerlin 565, Meryl Hubbard, Denson 551, Colleen King 547, Candy Goble 543.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

BOYS - Aaron Shelton 258 game/678 series. Ryan Besaw 216/566, Steve Meissner 213/553, Richard Cornford 199/535, Justin Meadows 192/493, Tanner Errecart /451, Nick Fosse 161/441, Justin Lameres 174/439, Andrew Cornford 170/427, Chris Keown 164/418.

GIRLS - Tasha Myers 177/478, Sabrina Black 187/423, Shanelle Salazar 156/406, Holli Black 126/374, Lisa Mowrer 126/313, Tabatha Martin 125/291, Emily Hunt 105/271, Sarah Martin 85/229, Amanda Given 73/202.

Firs Bowl

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Tom Sombs 300, Bob Humbert 300, Lynn Knopf 290, Al Schnoor 280, Josh Lind 279, Tom Gilman 278, Ray Anderson 268, Bob Holloway 268, Loran Heidecker 267, Brian Tysor 267. SENIORS - Chuck Kiefer 300, Bob Board 278, Earl Goodman 259, Tony Cavallaro 256, Mike Martichuski 246, Mike McIntyre 245, Pete Sosa 243, Del Dickey 236.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Tysor 771 and 706, Knopf 765 and 728, Gilman 720, Schnoor 718, Brian Zientara 701, Bob Orborne 700. SENIORS - Board 737, Kiefer 709, Martichuski 691, Goodman 663, Don Anderson 655, Jim Simmons 618, Fred Warren 614, Bob Jenkins 601.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Carla Tysor 277, Kathy Heinz 268, Tracy Harto 266, Joan Given 254, Elly Bright 246, Teri Gay 244, Kathi Sutherland 239, Joan Given 234. SENIORS - Caren Cline 245, Carole Rhodes 214, Vi Elliott 214, Ramah Sherrer 207.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Given 694, Sutherland 665, Harto 663, Tysor 658, Donna Chittenden 634, Bright 631, Karen Buckingham 616. SENIORS - Cline 618, Rhodes 572, Connie Alexander 541, Pease 529, Dave 528, Ostler 523, Ruth Grim 519, Jeann Nichols 515, Elliott 513, Jo Bray 510.

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Chad Hagues 234/620, B.J. Baule 211/574. JUNIORS - Chris Caley 171/463, Justin Predko 148/432, Cody David 149/359. PREPS - Ryan Lein 162/429, Austin Howe 131/349, Kyle Ropchan 125/333. BANTAMS - Andrew Sombs 96/247, Cameron Hematyar 75/184. PEE WEES - Corey Sombs 110, Jason Bray 69, Scott Sombs 66.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Tamara Zimmerman 131/387, Kayla Couts 140/377. JUNIORS - Chessica Hagues 195/523, Ainsley Jackson 205/519, Katie Given 180/461. PREPS - Brittany Farmer 135/375, Vanessa Tobon 115/324. BANTAMS - Chelsea Lein 108/283, Shaelyn Heidecker 62/172, Carlee Farbrini 37/101.

Timber Bowl

JUNIOR LEAGUE BOYS

MAJORS - Ben Smith 221/624, Jason Savelich 199/520, Jesse Bromley 215/500, Travis Bromley 188/490, Josh Frank 176/482, Eli Cole III 178/471, Stephen Miller 183/455. JUNIORS - Cody Sutherland 168/484, Curtis Mitchell 171/412. PREP - Alex Graham 163/447. BANTAM - Jon Huntley 70/191.

JUNIOR LEAGUE GIRLS

MAJORS - Jessica Meduna 211/596, Melissa Young 202/545. JUNIORS - Kylie Sheldon 204/481, Kellie Musgrove 167/433. PREP - Hayley Leno 86/221.

Strike City

MEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Daniel Vega 277, Ken Jones 269, Ryan Bauman 267, Otto Erhardt 267, Mike Ewing 266, Jim Gay 265, Ryan Laisure 265, Bruce Dillon 259, Derrick White 258, Glenn Clark Jr. 256, Clay Tuttle 256. SENIORS - Chuck Kiefer 234, Chuck Walling 233, Bill Salts 227, Curt Olson 225, Jim Jones 224, Don Anderson 219, Hap Ehm 216, Mike McIntyre 211.

MEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Ewing 771, John Hall 723, Bauman 718, Charlie Keller 718, White 710, Jeff True 707, Stan Mallory 704, Ken Wick 704. SENIORS - Walling 670, Salts 598, McIntyre 586, Olson 586, Kiefer 581, Boyd Snow 580, Frank Williams 580, Anderson 564.

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

OPEN - Tracy Harto 279, Kathy Heinz 257, Jennifer Moe 236, Jackie Loser 234, Debbie Marshall 228, Melody Prutsman 225, Kathi Sutherland 205. SENIORS - Joyce Clayborn 222, Doris Forcia 212, Lenett Snow 201, Susie Ingalls 188, Betty Sandford 188, Ruth Grim 184, Jo Bray 177, Lois Shelley 177.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

OPEN - Harto 742, Heinz 715, Marshall 644, Moe 643, Prutsman 616. SENIORS - Forcia 602, Clayborn 569, Ingalls 543, Grim 533, Lavonne Wilcox 497, Sandford 494, Snow 492, Bray 488.

JUNIOR LEAGUES

JUNIOR BOYS - Stephen Guined 266/659, Zach Reed 199/553, Tim Bohn 172/499, Derek Rather 178/480. BANTAM BOYS - Josh Lind 128/347, Blake Swanson 114/310, Devon Drift 115/295, Brandon Swanson 97/261, Barrett Butler 90/232.

JUNIOR GIRLS - Katie Bowles 162/406, Kaitlyn Anderson 144/381, Ashlee Mecseji 141/375. BANTAM GIRLS - Nicole Denson 98/254, Brandi Yarnell 78/222.

GOLF

Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge

THREE MAN ORANGE BALL NET

1, John Robison-Dean McBee-Dale Atkins, 122. 2, Clayton Winkle-Jerry Harrison-Curt Spanton, 124. 3, Clark Guffey-Roger Frichette-Jerry Rundt, 131.

GYMNASTICS

MAC Open

At Portland

NAT'L ACADEMY OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

GIRLS RESULTS

LEVEL 7, AGES 7-11

VAULT - Amanda Robert 9.00, Alexi Thomas 8.90, Courtney Snow 8.675. BARS - Snow 8.80, Thomas 8.525, Robert 8.10. BEAM - 8, Robert 8.925. Thomas 8.90, Snow 8.825. FLOOR - 8, Robert 9.225. Thomas 9.175, Snow 8.475. ALL-AROUND - Thomas 35.50, Robert 35.25, Snow 34.775.

LEVEL 7, AGES 12-13

VAULT - Megan Robert 8.70, Stefanie Daley 8.60. BARS - Daley 8.60, Robert 8.20. BEAM - 2, Robert 9.05. Daley 8.75. FLOOR - Daley 8.875, Robert 8.575. ALL-AROUND - Daley 34.825, Robert 34.525.

LEVEL 7, AGE 14-AND-OLDER

VAULT - Sammi Poppe 9.25. BARS - 8, Poppe 9.025. BEAM - 6, Poppe 8.425. FLOOR - 1, Poppe 9.55. ALL-AROUND - 5, Poppe 36.25.

LEVEL 8, AGES 12-13

VAULT - 1, Aliza Vaccher 9.40. 2, Chelsea Tang 9.30. 3, Allison Davies 9.20. 5, Connie Ferchland 8.975. BARS - 2, Vaccher 9.25. 3, Tang 9.175. 4T Davies and Ferchland 9.15. BEAM - 1, Ferchland 9.675. 3, Tang 9.475. 4, Davies 9.45. 5, Vaccher 9.30.FLOOR - 1, Tang 9.50. 3, Davies 9.20. 7, Vaccher 8.925. 8, Ferchland 8.85. ALL-AROUND - 1, Tang 37.45. 3, Davies 37.00. 4, Vaccher 36.875. 5, Ferchland 36.65.

LEVEL 8, AGES 14-15

VAULT - 6, Jeanine Menzies 8.60. BARS - Menzies 8.35. BEAM - 5, Menzies 9.125. FLOOR - 1, Menzies 9.225. ALL-AROUND - 6, Menzies 35.30.

LEVEL 10, AGES 15-16

VAULT - 2, Becky Colvin 9.40. 5, Eryn Stubblefield 9.10. BARS - 4, Colvin 9.00. Stubblefield 7.30. BEAM - 4, Colvin 9.275. 6, Stubblefield 9.075. FLOOR - 2, Colvin 9.375. 3, Stubblefield 9.30. ALL-AROUND - 3, Colvin 37.05. 9, Stubblefield 34.775.

LEVEL 10, AGE 17-AND-OLDER

VAULT - 6, Autumn Fargher 8.55. 7, Kira Oldham-Curtis 8.45. BARS - 5, Oldham-Curtis 7.55. 6, Fargher 7.45. BEAM - 3, Fargher 8.875. 7, Oldham-Curtis 8.05. FLOOR - 4, Oldham-Curtis 9.175. 7, Fargher 8.15. ALL-AROUND - 6, Oldham-Curtis 33.225. 7, Fargher 33.025.

BOYS RESULTS

LEVEL 4, AGES 6-7

FLOOR - Isaac Jackson 8.30, Langdon Junge 8.10. POMMEL - Jackson 8.20, Junge 7.50. RINGS - Junge 8.90, Jackson 8.80. VAULT - Jackson 9.20, Junge 8.90. PARALLEL BARS - 4, Junge 8.60, Jackson 8.45. HIGH BAR - Jackson 8.50, Junge 7.30. ALL-AROUND - Jackson 51.45, Junge 49.30.

LEVEL 4, AGES 8-9

FLOOR - 2, Ryan Wilson 9.10. Gabriel Loges 8.70, Matthew Thompson 8.40, Matt O'Neill 8.20. POMMEL - 4, Loges 9.00. Wilson 8.20, Thompson 8.00, O'Neill 7.40. RINGS - Thompson 8.90, Wilson 8.90, O'Neill 8.80, Loges 8.70. VAULT - O'Neill 9.30, Loges 9.10, Wilson 8.90, Thompson 8.80. PARALLEL BARS - Loges 8.70, Wilson 8.40, O'Neill 8.20, Thompson 8.10. HIGH BAR - Loges 8.80, Wilson 8.70, O'Neill 8.50, Thompson 8.30. ALL-AROUND - Loges 53.00, Wilson 52.20, Thompson 50.50, O'Neill 50.40.

LEVEL 5, AGES 7-9

FLOOR - Jacob Cytrynbaum 8.10, Grant Shurtliff 8.10. POMMEL - Cytrynbaum 8.40, Shurtliff 8.30. RINGS - Cytrynbaum 8.50, Shurtliff 7.40. VAULT - Shurtliff 9.20, Cytrynbaum 9.00. PARALLEL BARS - Shurtliff 8.50, Cytrynbaum 8.00. HIGH BAR - Cytrynbaum 8.00, Shurtliff 6.90. ALL-AROUND - Cytrynbaum 50.00, Shurtliff 48.40.

LEVEL 5, AGES 10-11

FLOOR - Nick Heater 8.45, Caleb Morgan 8.25, Jacob Svendsen 8.10. POMMEL - Svendsen 8.20, Morgan 8.10, Heater 7.70. RINGS - Svendsen 8.50, Heater 8.50, Morgan 8.30. VAULT - 3 Morgan 9.60. Heater 9.50, Svendsen 9.10. PARALLEL BARS - Svendsen 8.70, Heater 8.50, Morgan 8.40. HIGH BAR - Svendsen 8.40, Morgan 8.30, Heater 8.05. ALL-AROUND - Svendsen 51.00, Morgan 50.95, Heater 50.60.

LEVEL 6, AGE 12-AND-OLDER

FLOOR - David Sekiguchi 8.30. POMMEL - Sekiguchi 7.90. RINGS - Sekiguchi 8.25. VAULT - Sekiguchi 9.30. PARALLEL BARS - Sekiguchi 8.90. HIGH BAR - Sekiguchi 8.80. ALL-AROUND - 5, Sekiguchi 51.45.

HOCKEY

Lane Amateur Hockey

Meltdown Tournament

(Results of the Lane Amateur Hockey Association Lightning "Squirts" (8-10-year-olds) team in the recent regional tournament at Lane County Ice.)

POOL PLAY - Lightning 5, Kent, Wash. 0. Lightning 4, Seattle 2. Lightning 10, Vancouver 0. Lightning 6, Portland 1. CHAMPIONSHIP - Lightning 5, Seattle Bulldogs 1.

Ice Center Adult Leagues

"A" RESULTS - McKenzie 3, Umpqua 2. Columbia 8, Willamette 6. "C" RESULTS - Douglas 3, Cuervo Gold 2. Clackamas Clowns 5, Multnomah 2.

RUGBY

UO Women's Club

VS. WESTERN WASHINGTON AT BREMERTON

RESULT - Oregon 39, Western Washington 0. SCORING - Krista Gust, 3 tries; Ramey Marshall, 2 tries.

Eugene Women's Club

ROUND ROBIN AT PORTLAND

RESULTS - Oregon Rugby Sports Union 74, Eugene 0. Western Washington University 14, Eugene 10.

RUNNING

Couples Classic

At River Road Park

5,000 METERS

MEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

1, John Mackay, 14:52. 2, Juan Carlos Trujillo, 15:11. 3, Esteban Trujillo, 15:52.

WOMEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

1, Tiffany Beechy, 17:24. 2, Emily McMahon, 18:40. 3, Kelsey Greydanus, 18:42.

AGE GROUP RESULTS

Catagories and rankings are based on the combined ages and combined times of the couples.

1-29 - 1, Jacob Leighter (20:24) and Heather Thomson (24:02), 44:26. 30-49 - 1, J.C. Trujillo and Beechy, 32:35. 2, E. Trujillo and Marmeriel Hartling (19:25), 35:17. 3, Kevin Sully (16:40) and Chelsea Manesh (19:21), 36:01. 50-69 - 1, James Hiebert (16:55) and Courtney Smith (21:50), 38:45. 2, Scott Mooney (18:57) and Sasha Rich (22:02), 40:59. 3, Leigh Clarke (20:20) and Christi Duhaimes (20:45), 41:05. 70-89 - 1, Michael Caley (20:57) and Heike McNeil (18:44), 39:41. 2, Gordon Sayre (21:42) and Marsha Ginsberg (22:01), 43:43. 3, Dale Dodge (21:18) and Kim Price (22:35), 43:53. 90-109 - 1, Rick Russell (20:19) and Trisha Kluge (19:43), 40:02. 2, Daniel Wojcik (16:42) and Viasha Wojcik (25:25), 42:07. 3, Marv Rexius (22:00) and Allison Shephard (21:10), 43:10. 110-129 - 1, Tom Heinonen (19:59) and Janet Heinonen (27:40), 47:39. 2, Tom Balcom (21:38) and Joanne Balcom (58:24), 1:20:02. 3, Phillip Foster (44:28) and Chris Foster (44:27), 1:28:55. 130-200 - 1, Bill McChesney (25:26) and Jane Dods (28:37), 54:03. 2, John Heppner (22:19) and Becky Sisley (32:10), 54:29. 3, Jim Lawson (27:11) and Myra Lawson (41:21), 1:08:32.

MALE OPEN CLASS - 1, Mike Mortemore (26:57) and John Mortemore (26:58), 53:55. FEMALE OPEN CLASS - 1, McMahon and Greydanus, 37:22. 2, Natalie Flindt (20:34) and Kristin Brenner (20:58), 41:32. 3, Gina Walker (23:39) and Ginny Berg (29:40), 29:40.

A total of 244 runners participated.

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SUNDAY, MARCH 20 - Joe's Half Marathon, a 13.1-mile casual event, begins at 8 a.m. at Alton Baker Park. Pre-registration is required and forms are available at several Eugene running stores. Cost is $16 with T-shirt/$10 without. Contacts: Matthew Bauman, 431-1774, marhondo@hotmail.com, or Sarah Belleque, batgirl62002@hotmail.com or 206-3208.

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 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.

OTHER EVENTS

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.

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.

SOCCER

2005 Eugene Cup

MEN'S TOURNAMENT RESULTS

FINAL POOL PLAY ROUND - Eurotrash 1, Flying Burritos 1. Grassroots 3, Smith Family Bookstore 0. Flying Dogs 6, Borden 1. Wingnuts 2, The Tribe 2. UO Club 3, Tactics Boardshop 2. OHM Boys 4, Mount Hood 2. SEMIFINAL SCHEDULE - Friday, 6:10 p.m. at South Eugene High School, Wingnuts vs. Grassroots; 6:10 p.m. at Churchill High School, UO Club vs. Flying Dogs.

Kick City Indoor Soccer

Winter II Results

MEN

"A" - FC Pontifex 7, Darigold 5. Sierra 8, Smith Family Bookstore 7. Euro Trash 8, Tribe United 7. FC Roseburg 9, Hooligans 6. Revolution United 18, Flying Burritos 3. "B" - Up & Back 10, Coconut Monkeys 5. Hooligans 16, Das Boot FC 7. Nag Champa 13, Traffic Cones 7. Los Mochilas 10, Cottage Grove 4. "C" - Borden 11, Landsharks 3. Get Er Done 11, Pencil Pushers 2. 342-Homers 16, The Team 1. Cosa Nostra 10, Dynea 1. ICE 13, Collateral Attack 4. Orsini 3, Beer Buddies 3.

HIGH SCHOOL GREEN - Marist 11, R.F.S. 9. Millers White 13, Churchill 5. Pleasant Hill 4, Cottage Grove 2. HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW - Marist 13, Thurston 11. Millers Blue 8, North Eugene 5. South Eugene 5, Iispin Laochra 1. Elmira Falcons 11, Thurston 3. U14 - Bethel United 10, Southside 4. Eugene Blues 12, Tiburons 11. Pumas 7, North Eugene 5. Fire 6, Rebels 1. U12 GREEN - Crew Red 9, Thurston 2. Flames 11, Red Devils 2. U12 YELLOW - Crew White 6, OUSA Independents 3. Knights 9, Yellow Jackets 1. Pumas 5, Titans 4.

WOMEN

OPEN - T.E.A.M. 14, Lackadaisies 3. Direct Kick 8, Brew Crew 0. +30 GREEN (MICRO) - The Mix 6, Flash 1. White Sharks 9, Diamond Dogs 6. +30 YELLOW (MICRO) - Two Left Feet 11, Off the Wall 2. Tie Dyes 12, Grape Apes 1. Team Green 8, WHS 4. SharpShooters 15, Lightning Strikes 2. Mia Want 2 B's 8, Experiment-626 3. BAB 7, Orange Crush 3.

HIGH SCHOOL - Millers 2, Churchill 1. Millers II 6, North 0. Pleasant Hill 11, Blue and Purple 5. U14 - SE Spitfire 2, Saints United 1.
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