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Byline: The Register-Guard

When Springfield-based National Academy of Artistic Gymnastics sends a quartet of level-10 athletes to this weekend's Junior Olympic National Championships at Ontario, Calif., 16-year-old Eryn Stubblefield will likely be the least-known member of the local contingent. Stubblefield, who has been a gymnast since age 2, lived in Colorado until three summers ago when her family moved Linn County. Already a level-10 gymnast upon arriving in Oregon, the Corvallis High School junior commutes to NAAG training in Springfield six days a week. This week's competition will be Stubblefield's third appearance at nationals, and her recent training has focused on maintaining her current skill level, while perhaps improving her score on the bars. While qualifying at regionals in Montana three weeks ago, Stubblefield scored a low of 9.025 on the bars and a high of 9.525 in floor exercise, within an all-around total of 37.025, good for third place. She would like to earn a four-year college scholarship during the coming year, and currently ranks Boise State high on her list of schools. Becky Colvin, Jami Lanz and Casey Jo Magee are the other NAAG level-10 competitors at nationals.

NOTES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

To submit events

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

Accomplishment

Boys basketball: The Oregon Quaxe U13 team, second in the Oregon AAU district championships in March, is headed to Memphis, Tenn., next month for the AAU national basketball tournament. Team members include Ryan Marshall, Hayden Rooke-Ley, Nick Lindsey, Cameron Ofner and Ahaviah Bessemer of Roosevelt Middle School, Spencer Coleman of Jefferson M.S., Reid Burton of Madison M.S., Curtis White of Cal Young M.S., Max Beebe and Mathew Lay of Fern Ridge M.S. and Jacob and Justin Iserman of Agnes Stewart M.S. A fund-raising campaign for the trip is under way. For more information, contact Larry Lawrence, 337-8588.

Events

Middle school district track meets: Both the Eugene and Bethel middle schools will hold season-ending district meets on Thursday. Athletes from the four Bethel-area middle schools will compete at Willamette High School, while qualifiers for the eight Eugene 4J middle schools will assemble at Hayward Field, where field events begin at 1 p.m. and running events at 3:30. Admission is free to both meets.

High school age tennis: All high school and A-level players are invited to the Eugene Swim and Tennis Club-Emerald Empire Tennis Association's first annual spring tennis shootout on Saturday. The 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. free event includes singles and doubles competition, with players in flights according to ability, with a round-robin format. Call ESTC at 342-4414 by Friday to register. Direct any questions to Don Paitrick.

Hershey Track and Field: Boys and girls ages 9-14 are eligible to compete in next week's local qualifying meets for the Hershey's state, regional and national track and field program. The May 17 meet at North Eugene High School has registration opening at 5 p.m., field events from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and running events starting at 5:30 p.m. The program includes four individual running events, one relay event and two field events.

The May 19 meet at South Eugene High School has all activities starting one hour earlier, with registration and field events at 4 p.m. and running events at 4:30. Participation is free and divided into three age groups: 9-10 (born in 1995-96), 11-12 (born 1993-34) and 13-14 (born 1991-92). Athletes may enter only one of the two meets. For more information, contact Michael DeRobertis, River Road Park District, 688-4052. All first-place finishers qualify for the June 19 state finals in Bend.

Junior A's tennis tournament: A USTA junior A's tournament for boys and girls will be Memorial Day weekend at Eugene Swim and Tennis Club. Singles competition in age 18, 16, 14 and 12 divisions will be offered. The entry fee is $25 and entry deadline is May 20 for the May 27-30 event. No telephone entries will be accepted; pick up entry forms at ESTC. Questions: call Don Paitrick at 342-4414.

Registration

City league summer basketball: Registration for the city of Eugene men's summer basketball program will be accepted for returning teams May 17-18 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 19-20. The team entry fee is $395. Teams must submit a completed team roster and full entry fee at the time of registration. League offerings will include men's B and C divisions and men's 40-plus for players age 40 and older. Play begins June 13 and lasts through Aug. 1. Contact: 682-5409.

3-v-3 soccer tournament: Registration is open for Oregon United Soccer Academy's Fast-N-Furious three-a-side soccer tournament to be held at Roosevelt Middle School on May 21. Ages U6 through U18 may participate, and entry is $80 per team. For complete details, call 683-8845 or visit oregonunitedsoccer.org.

Instruction

OTCM clinic: George Walcott, head track coach at Churchill High School, will discuss getting the body prepared for practice and competition through the use of drills 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 of high school age and older. Contact: Mike Vermillion, 517-2398.

Boys basketball camp: The West Eugene Basketball Camp will be held on Thursdays from June 30 through Aug. 4. Camp sessions will focus on fundamentals, shooting and scrimmages. Cost of the camp is $20, and it will be limited to 24 boys in grades 3-6. Contact: Brian Brands, 607-8958.

NCC volleyball camp: The Beacons Girls Volleyball Camp for players entering grades 3-9 next fall will be June 27-30 at Northwest Christian College's Morse Event Center. Sessions for grades 3-6 will be 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and for grades 7-9 will be 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., featuring individual instruction from NCC coaches and local high school players. The cost is $50, and registration is limited. Pick up a form at the Morse Event Center, 828 E. 11th Avenue, or call coach Dale Weigandt at 684-7340 or 688-4052.

Teams Forming

18-and-older baseball: The Eugene Spartans collegiate wood bat team is finalizing its 2005 team roster. Current high school seniors through graduated college seniors are eligible. League play lasts from early June through July. Contact: Ted Norman, 345-5269; ted@sewonembroidery.com.

12U fastpitch softball: The Willamette Rebels, a Eugene-area ASA 12-and-younger softball team, seeks three to five additional players for a 24-game schedule, with full uniforms provided. Contacts: Mike Nicholsen, 343-6924 (days), 689-8521 (evenings) or Kelly Holmes, 607-1702 (evenings).

OUSA U11 openings: Oregon United Soccer Academy has some openings on its U11 girls team. Contact: Mac Wilson, 953-2344, or oregonunitedsoccer.org.

BASEBALL

Kidsports

Jackie Robinson Leagues

FIFTH THROUGH EIGHTH GRADES

SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE

(First practice and coach information)

CHURCHILL - Grades 5-8: today, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Graham North field. Kent Hardin, 346-3139.

NORTH EUGENE - Grades 5-8, today, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Howard Elementary School. Jessica Heidecker, 607-1571.

SHELDON - Grades 5-8: Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Ascot NW field. Jackie/Jody Allard, 343-1464.

SOUTH EUGENE - Grades 7/8: Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Washington Park North field. Jerry Christensen, 344-3656. Grades 5/6: Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Spencer Butte Main field. Greg Wasil, 342-1095.

SPRINGFIELD - Call Kidsports at 746-0403.

THURSTON - Call Kidsports at 746-0403.

WILLAMETTE - Call Kidsports at 683-2374.

FASTPITCH SOFTBALL

Kidsports

Jackie Robinson Leagues

FIFTH THROUGH EIGHTH GRADES

SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE

(First practice and coach information)

CHURCHILL - Grades 5-8: today, 6 p.m., Kennedy Northeast field. Bob Bury, 954-6001.

NORTH EUGENE - Grades 5-8, today, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Awbrey Park. Dave Miller, 688-4848.

SHELDON - Grades 5-8, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Ascot SE field. Sue Doe, 344-4282.

SOUTH EUGENE - Grades 7/8: Tuesday, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Washington Park NE field. Gil Hulin, 344-6858. Grades 5/6: today, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Kincaid North field. Will Shortt, 302-3130.

WILLAMETTE - Grades 5-8: today, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Danebo School. Terry Duke, 689-0720.

SPRINGFIELD - Call Kidsports at 746-0403.

THURSTON - Call Kidsports at 746-0403.

Cinco de Mayo Tournament

At Junction City

OREGON STORM 14U

(PLAYING IN 16U OPEN DIVISION)

POOL PLAY - Storm 15, Newberg/St. Paul 0. Storm 16, Albany Fireballs 1. Storm 3, Stayton Whomp 2. BRACKET PLAY - Storm 15, Fireballs 0. Whomp 3, Storm 1. Oregon Storm places second.

BICYCLE RACING

Eugene Hill Climb Series

MEN

CAT 1/2 - 1, Zach Winter, Guinness, 11:22. 2, Nick Skenzick, Hutch's, 12:31. 3, Andrew Vaughn, OSU, 12:55. CAT 3 - 1, Brad Ritter, Collins, 12:15. 2, David Roth, Paul's, 12:15. 3, Richard Sweet, Paul's, 12:17. CAT 4/5 - 1, Boyd Piebenga, Paul's, 12:18. 2, Mike Cleary, 12:26. 3, Martin Anderson, UO, 12:39. JUNIOR - 1, Alex Reightly, EWEB, 15:35. MASTERS 30+ - 1, Alexander Lehnert, Paul's, 13:08. 2, Steve Anderson, EWEB, 14:13. M40+ - 1, Phil Randall, Hutch's, 13:13. 2, Paul Duncan, EWEB, 13:32. 3, Scott Metzler, 14:13. M50+ - 1, Eric Selker, EWEB, 14:17. 2, Mark Armstrong, EWEB, 15:54. 3, Jeff Rose, Hutch's, 17:09. MTB - 1, Adam Mangrich, Collins, 14:57. SINGLE SPEED - 1, Russell Hunt, Wheelworks, 15:11. 2, Ted Wade, Paul's, 17:45. TANDEM - 1, Michael/Sam Rosenberg, Hutch's, 16:55.

WOMEN

W30+ - 1, Jaini Crawford, Paul's, 15:50. 2, Tracy Norris, 17:32. W40+ - 1, Erin Luckhardt, Hutch's, 15:19. 2, Heike McNeil, 15:20. 3, Karissa Whitsel, 15:56. W50+ - 1, Ruthy Kanagy, Bike Friday, 23:49.

BOWLING

Emerald Lanes

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

Karla Holdridge 290, Yolanda Hagues 266, Tracy Daenson 248, Sue Honthumb 236, Mo Tow 234, Chris Hall 230, Joan Given 226, Teri Sunell 226, Sheila Blackburn 223, Linda Doerner 222.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

Hagues 642, Sunell 641, Holdridge 635, Hall 613, Daenson 603, Linda Mellor 602, Karen Buckingham 596, Charlie Thom 586, Honthumb 577, Kim Patton 570.

MEN HIGH GAMES

Jim Hornsby 298, Tony Corgain 280, Kevin Alvis 278, Rick Guined 278, Joe McMahon 278, Bob Newcombe 278, Rich Harrison 277, Ray Bertram 269, Rexx Eckley 269, Ty Hershberger 269.

MEN HIGH SERIES

Corgain 752, Ron Cogburn 746, Alvis 737, Forrest Cardwell 729, Brad Marks 721, Eckley 716, Mike Stevenson 702, Larry Johnson 701, Kevin Cunningham 699, Emerson Caswell 696.

Strike City

WOMEN HIGH GAMES

Tracy Harto 267, Jackie Loser 245, Kathi Sutherland 234, Kathy Heinz 224, Jennifer Moe 215, Liz Anderson 203.

WOMEN HIGH SERIES

Harto 721, Loser 653, Sutherland 604, Moe 589, Heinz 576.

MEN HIGH GAMES

Earl Brumback 299, Stan Mallory 299, Keith Beeley 289, Dennis Powell 279, Erik Penn 278, Ben Burkeen 269, Ryan Bauman 268, Rick Guined 259, Jim Gay 258, Joe Kiefer 258, John Wells 258.

MEN HIGH SERIES

Beeley 812, Bauman 740, Clay Tuttle 740, Powell 737, Wells 726, Gay 716, Derrick White 714, Mallory 710, Penn 707, Guined 703.

GOLF

Men's Club

At Emerald Valley Golf Course

FOUR-MAN WALTZ

GROSS - 1, Ray Mahoney/Greg Mott/Craig Winter/Spencer Crawford, 148. NET - 1, Greg Carter/Geoff Malecha/Jack Geoghegan/Fred Scaife, 125. 2, Marv Brenneman/David Clyde/Doug Orton/Bob McBride, 130.

Men's Club Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge Golf Course

TWO OF FOUR BEST BALL

1, Bill Gass/Roger Frichette/John Mahoney/Dale Kinley, 133. 2, John Robison/Spike Gordon/Scotty McFall/Ed Threat, 135. 3, Gordon Wright/Ken McCoy/John Greene/Gene Baumgarner, 136.

Women's Club Wednesdays

At RiverRidge Golf Course

ONE GROSS/TWO NET TEAM

GROSS - 1, Lois Kingsford/Annette LeRoux/Diane Conrad, 79. NET - 1, Arlene Slattery/Ilona McClory/Jeann Nichols/Sally Quigley, 63.

Oakway Women's Golf Club

CHAPMAN TOURNAMENT

1, Birgit Hillis/Lorraine McDonald. 2, Mary Egger/Joyce Montgomery. 3, Marj Gossler/Juretta Nidever.

Tuesday Men's League

At Oakway Golf Course

GROSS - Brad Jackson, 30. Joe Bunch, 31. Jerry Penifold, 32. Scott Sherman, 33. Rick Huffman, 34. NET - Farren Brown, 26. Jim Dickason, 27. Gary Ingram, 27. Will Corotis, 28. Donovan Volk, 28. TEAM NET - Volk/Mitch McCauley, 24. George Aaron/Ron Ranit, 25. Corotis/Roy Pond, 25. Paul Griffiths/Dominic Sachet, 25. Brown/Greg Wirth, 25.

HOCKEY

Ice Center

Adult Spring Leagues

"A" LEAGUE

RESULTS - Yellow 13, Black 4. Red 4, Grey 3. STANDINGS - Yellow 5-0, Red 2-2-1, Black 1-2-2, Grey 0-4-1.

"B" LEAGUE

RESULTS - Grey 8, Black 5. Yellow 6, Red 0. Teal 4, White 0. STANDINGS - Gatorade Division: Grey 3-2, Black 2-2-1, Red 1-4. Pepsi Division: Teal 4-0-1, Yellow 2-2-1, White 1-3-1.

TONIGHT'S GAME - 8:30 p.m., White vs. Yellow.

KARATE

Third Annual Chelan

Kubudo Tournament

At Chelan, Wash.

EUGENE SCHOOL OF KARATE RESULTS

CHRIS BYERS - 17-And-Younger Black Belt Divisions: first, Long Weapon Sparring; second, Short Weapon Sparring; second, Short Weapon Kata (forms); third, Long Weapon Kata.

COURTNEY ROY - 17-And-Younger Black Belt Divisions: third, Long Weapon Sparring; fourth, Short Weapon Sparring.

NATHAN COOK - Adult Black Belt Divisions: first, Short Weapon Sparring; second, Long Weapon Kata.

DAVID SHAPIRO - Adult Black Belt Divisions: third, Sword Kata; fourth, Short Weapon Kata; fourth, Long Weapon Sparring.

Byers and Cook participated in the grand championship divisions, which was a personal best for Byers.

LACROSSE

Eugene Lacrosse Club

SCHEDULE

SATURDAY - Eugene (3-6) vs. Coopers (7-3, Seattle), 1 p.m. at Ascot Field (Monroe Middle School). SUNDAY - Eugene vs. Bigfoot (5-6, Portland), 1 p.m. at Ascot Field. NEXT WEEK - Eugene closes its Pacific Northwest Lacrosse Association "B" Division season May 22 against Multnomah (2-5) at Portland's Delta Park.

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Four Eugene players rank among the league's top 15 scorers through May 6: 7, Pete Dahl, 27 points (18 goals, 9 assists). 8, Lionel Clemons, 25 points (9 goals,16 assists) 12, Dan Shepherd, 17 points (9 goals, 8 assists). 13, Joe Kerwin, 15 points (14 goals, 1 assist).

RUNNING

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SATURDAY, JUNE 18 - The South Coast Running Club presents its 11th annual Catching Slough Classic to benefit the Jennifer Turman Scholarship Fund. The event includes a 10-mile run/walk, 5,000-meter run/walk and a one-mile kids' run. The 10-mile walk starts at 7:45 a.m. and the other events at 8:30 a.m. near Coos Bay. Entry fee is $18 with T-shirt, $8 without ($6 for students younger than 19) by June 3; $22 with shirt thereafter. Contact: Pete Dawson, (541) 267-6329.

SATURDAY, JUNE 18 - The third annual Cape Mountain 10-Mile Trail Run starts at 10 a.m. following check-in between 8 a.m. and 9:30. The run takes place at Horse Creek trailhead 13 miles northeast of Florence. The loop course includes 1,850 feet of elevation gain with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Entry is $35 with T-shirt, $25 without. This fund-raiser for the Siuslaw High School track and cross country program includes numerous overall and age-group awards. Contact: Jim Archer, (541) 991-6021 (evenings) or jand@oregonfact.net.

OTHER EVENTS

SATURDAY, MAY 14 - The HIV Alliance 5,000-meter RiverRun and 19th annual RiverWalk start at 9 a.m. at Alton Baker Park. The fund-raiser 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.

RUNNING

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 or call (541) 997-8086.

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, 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. It's 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. CONTACT: 343-7414 OR VISIT GOODRACE.COM.

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. The 8 a.m. event 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 is $15 with T-shirt through June 11, $20 thereafter. A pancake breakfast for $5 will be available. Contact: 736-9826 or visit goodrace.com.

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.

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

Spring Results

MEN

"A" - Darigold 13, FC Roseburg 7. Revolution United 9, FC Pontifex 4. "B" - Hands Free 9, Beer Buddies 2. IBEW-280 11, Traffic Cones 4. Farm Team 9, Lane Titans 8. "C" - The Team 10, Landsharks 1. ICE 7, Madd Scientist 4. Pen-15 12, Get Er Done 6. Titans 11, OHN 9.

WOMEN

+30 (MICRO) - Off the Wall 2, Orange Crush 0. Tie Dyes 7, Sharpshooters 6. Team Green 11, Lightning Strikes 4. Grape Apes 8, Mia Want 2 B's 6. Two Left Feet 7, BAB 7. White Sharks 9, Diamond Dogs 3.

COED

COMPETITIVE - Tribe 4, Koffler Boats 4. FC Gunners 12, The Tater Tots 1. REC GREEN - Harding Electric 13, South Valley 10. Boyberts 4, Has Beens 3. Shurumuco 11, The Fury 3. REC YELLOW - The Bypassers 4, Guadalajara 4. The Coed's 4, The Ball Kickers 2. Dazzling Ducks 12, Alias 4. The Relics 15, Raging Llamas 2. The Spyders 5, Crag Rats 1. +35 (MICRO) - M&M 20, Dolphins 9. Ballsnatchers 12, FC Arthritics 10. Just For Fun 17, Old But Slow 8. Los Campeones 8, Sudden Impact 2.

Spring Fling Tournament

At Bend

U10 GIRLS - Springfield Razz, first place, 3-0. U12 GIRLS GOLD - North Eugene Strikers, first place, 3-0.

TRACK & FIELD

Oregon Twilight Meet

At Hayward Field

MIDDLE SCHOOL MILE RESULTS

(All runners represent Eugene-Springfield schools except as noted)

GIRLS

1, Calli Dowdy, Madison, 6:04.76. 2, Michelle Nyman, Stoller (Beaverton), 6:05.35. 3, Kenzie Stuart, Monroe, 6:05.73. 4, Lauren Graebner, Roosevelt, 6:06.52. 5, Becca Eddy, Monroe, 6:09.56. 6, Devin Stuart, Monroe, 6:21.95. 7, Kate Arbogast, Roosevelt, 6:24.84. 8, Rachel Parker, Roosevelt, 6:28.28. 9, Amelia Hemick, Spencer Butte, 6:36.80. 10, Maddi Lewis, Spencer Butte, 6:36.83. 11, Cara Rauhut, Springfield, 6:41.19. 12, Colleen Walsh, O'Hara, 6:44.48. 13, Jillian Moehle, McKenzie (Blue River), 6:50.82. 14, Alex Adams, Stoller, 6:53.58.

BOYS

1, Eamonn Kerr-Daly, Roosevelt, 5:05.21. 2, Sammy Kirtner, Roosevelt, 5:12.95. 3, Chris Solares, Springfield, 5:13.65. 4, Michael Sherman, McKenzie, 5:14.38. 5, Ashlin Aronin, Spencer Butte, 5:23.66. 6, Brant Holaday, O'Hara, 5:37.38. 7, Christopher Coke, Monroe, 5:38.50. 8, Dusty Jarvis, Springfield, 5:46.66. 9, Cory Flemming, McKenzie, 5:46.97. 10, Mario Gaddini, Spencer Butte, 5:48.76.

11, Danny Bellisimo, Roosevelt, 5:56.71. 12, Carter Thallon, Roosevelt, 5:59.31. 13, Mark Whittier, Kennedy, 5:59.36. 14, Mark Sheridan, Kennedy, 5:59.61. 15, Shane Patton, McKenzie, 6:10.00. 16, Christopher Maske, Jefferson, 6:15.09. 17, Bayunt Ollek, Spencer Butte, 6:17.24. 18, Ken Schindler, Spencer Butte, 6:21.59. 19, A.J. Huskey, Springfield, 6:24.38. 20, Taylor Haynes, Briggs, 6:34.54.

Developmental Youth Meet

April 23 at Salem

EMERALD VALLEY TRACK CLUB RESULTS

GIRLS

PRE-BANTAM - Zoe Ervin, 400m, 1:46.29. BANTAM - Isabella Diaz, 100m, 18.94; long jump, 7-7. Shannon Walsh, 100m, 15.66. MIDGET - Grace Diaz, 100m, 17.45. Adrian Knorr, long jump, 9-6. Colleen Walsh, 800m, 3:10.4. Nora Wilson, 400m, 1:13.4; high jump, 3-8. Relays: 4x100m (Walsh, Diaz, Sandy Diaz, Knorr), 1:08.6. 4x800m (Wilson, Walsh, Becca Eddy, Rachel Parker), 11:58.27. YOUTH - Alix Saxon, pole vault, nh. INTERMEDIATE - Kailie Ilkard, 100m, 16.13.

BOYS

BANTAM - Tyler Abrahamson, long jump, 10-5; 100m, 16.16. Brett Garrett, 100m, 17.69; 400m, 1:20.42. MIDGET - Danny Bellisimo, 100m, 14.32; 400m, 1:07.16. Darby Wright, long jump, 13-1. YOUTH - Vince Delgaro, 400m, 1:15.1; Javan Gray, shot put, 35-0; discus, 88-0; javelin, 110-0; Alex Ikard, 100m, 14.63; Kyle Johnson, 400m, 1:16.35. Relay: 4x100 (Bellisimo, Delgato, Johnson, Ikard), 55.82.

TRACK CITY TRACK CLUB RESULTS

GIRLS

PRE-BANTAM - Alison Hamilton, long jump, 5-0. BANTAM - Ceria Canter, 100m, 18.63; long jump, 6-6. Aimee Hamilton, long jump, 5-0. Cassidy Roberts, 100m, 16.96; 400m, 1:23.61. Rebekah Rust, 100m, 21.44; turbo javelin, 39-5; shot put, 11-0. Alyssa Sanders, 400m, 1:21.20. Tayler Ediger, 400m, 1:39.34. Daniel Krier, high jump, 3-2. MIDGET - Meagen Hamilton, 100m, 17.83; 200m, 34.54. Tara Lovell, 100m, 17,01; long jump, 10-8. Katie Jones, shot put, 13-9. Kaitlyn Moore, 100m, 18.16; high jump, 3-2. Katie Tena, 100m, 17.0; 200m, 30.82.

BOYS

BANTAM - Carlos Hunnicutt, 800m, 2:59.11; long jump, 9-1. Spencer Traxtle, 100m, 16.16; 400m, 1:20.38; long jump, 10-10 3/4 . Nathan Moore, long jump, 9-5. Graysen Hansen, long jump, 6-5. MIDGET - J.J. Julifs, 80m hurdles, 15.27; high jump, 4-6. Justin Canter, turbo javelin, 52-11; shot put, 19-0; discus, 39-8. Dillon Roberts, shot put, 37-1. YOUTH - Cody Roberts, shot put, 25-2; discus, 53-10.

April 30 at Sandy

TRACK CITY TRACK CLUB RESULTS

GIRLS

PRE-BANTAM - Alison Hamilton, 100m, 22.74; 200m, 51.40; turbo javelin, 11-10; shot put, 7-1. BANTAM - Ceria Canter, long jump, 7-6 1/2 . Aimee Hamilton, 400m, 19.91; long jump, 5-9 1/4 . Cassidy Roberts, 100m, 16.03; 400m, 1:37. Rebekah Rust, turbo javelin, 38-9; shot put, 10-9. MIDGET - Meagen Hamilton, 100m, 15.57; 200m, 34.54. Katie Jones, 100m, 20.07; long jump, 5-11; shot put, 14-10. Katie Tena, 100m, 14.36; 200m, 30.82; long jump, 11-3.

BOYS

BANTAM - Carlos Hunnicutt, 100m, 16.56; 400m, 1:16.16; 800m, 2:54. Spencer Traxtle, 100m, 15.05; 400m, 1:18.88; long jump, 11-11. MIDGET - Justin Canter, turbo javelin, 65-8; shot put, 19-5; discus, 42-6 1/2 . Dillon Roberts, turbo javelin, 52-0; shot put, 23-3; discus, 49-0. YOUTH - Cody Roberts, shot put, 24-8; discus, 61-6.

TRIATHLON

Sprint Triathlon

At Albany

WINNER AND LOCAL INDIVIDUALS

(All are from Eugene unless noted)

1, Tim Dodson, Portland, 1:03:39. 5, Scott Metzler, 1:12:38. 8, Susan Fox, Corvallis, 1:13:21 (top female). 10, Mike Engelmann, 1:14:23. 11, Scott Shine, 1:14:56. 12, Mark Johnson, 1:15:22. 15, Megan Banks, 1:16:15 (top local female, third overall). 19, Josh Masterson, 1:18:35. 22, Takeo Nishimura, 1:19:45. 34, Kay Bork, 1:23:05. 37, Michael Shaver, 1:23:36. 43, Natalie Flindt, 1:24:32. 50, Kirstin Rice, 1:25:58. 56, Josh Wagner, North Bend, 1:27:12.

61, Lisa Turnbull, Springfield, 1:28:40. 72, Bill Hubbard, 1:30:37. 73, Gregory Hoard, 1:30:39. 75, Gina Koehler, 1:31:09. 82, Rod Ralls, 1:32:50. 83, Gretchen Miller, 1:33:15. 87, Jenny Bayn, 1:33:43. 97, Lon Tiniakos, 1:35:54. 98, Craig De Garlais, Cottage Grove, 1:36:06. 99, Bill Parsons, Cottage Grove, 1:36:07. 111, Shannon Bell, 1:39:16. 114, Sam Haworth, 1:39:48. 126, Janet Camus, Springfield, 1:44:51.
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