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Byline: The Register-Guard

Diane "Butch" Miller is the 2005 inductee into the Eugene Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame for meritorious service. Miller began bowling in the early 1950s at U-Bowl, an eight-lane basement establishment at 29 W. 11th Ave., beneath what is now LTD's Eugene Station. In 1955 she began league play at the New U Bowl on South Willamette Street, a modern facility with automatic pin-setters instead of pin boys, that later became Webfoot Lanes and today is Southtowne Lanes. Miller, who also served as league secretary for decades, recalls bowling at Fairfield Lanes (now Strike City), Firs Bowl, Emerald Lanes and the former Y-Bowl in Junction City. But it was at the former Empire Bowl on Highway 99 North that Miller and her husband remember hours of practice on undulating lanes in a Quonset-type structure at 25 cents a line. After a half-century in the sport, Miller continues as a league bowler, but has switched from her 12 1/2 -pound "hook ball" to a 10-pound "straight ball."

Accomplishment

Golfing graduate: David Troy Price of Veneta has graduated with honors from The Golf Academy of San Diego with a degree in Golf Complex Operations and Management. He earned certificates in teaching, club repair and tournament operations.

Events

Track greats to start race: Gerry Lindgren, who beat Steve Prefontaine and Jim Ryun on the track, will join retired UO track and field head coach Bill Dellinger and current track coach Pat Tyson to kick off the Eugene Challenge Mile on Friday at Oakway Center. Lindgren, who won 11 NCAA titles at Washington State University after setting a prep record at 5,000 meters, and who was recently elected to the Track and Field Hall of Fame, will sign copies of his autobiography that will be on sale at the race. Dathan Ritzenhein, who will run against Alan Webb in the two-mile at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday, will also sign autographs Friday evening at Oakway Center. The Eugene Challenge Mile will begin with a fun race for kids at 6:45 p.m. before the featured mile at 7 p.m. Visit the Eugene Running Company at Oakway Center for entry, or visit eugenerunningcompany.com.

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

Instruction

Thurston football: Thurston High School's Football Skills Camp for players currently in grades 6-11 is June 6-9 between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. The $45 tuition includes a camp T-shirt, THS football hat, instruction by the Colt coaching staff, use of the high school weight room all summer and speed development workouts during July by sprints coach George Walcott. Register in advance at the Willamalane Memorial Building, or at THS on the first day of camp. Important fall dates for high school players to remember include Aug. 8, Colt football camp begins; Aug. 10, fall sports registration; Aug. 22, first day of practice.

BOWLING

OSWBA 62nd Annual

State Tournament

At Salem

Week 5 leaders and locals through May 24.

FIVE-PERSON TEAM, DIV. 1 - 1, Spartan Home Loans, Rogue Valley, 3,566. 9, Duck Inn, Eugene, 3,440. FOUR-PERSON TEAM, DIV. 1 - 1, Bad Pennies, Corvallis, 2,911. 2, Jax Strikers, Florence, 2,833. 5, We Have a Name, Eugene, 2,769. FOUR-PERSON TEAM, DIV. 2 - 1, Queen Bees, Salem, 2,947. 5, Northwest Awards, Florence, 2,782. 9, Holiday Bowl, Florence, 2,763. FOUR-PERSON TEAM, DIV. 3 - 1, 4-For-Dallas, Salem, 2,953. 8, Bowling Babes, Eugene, 2,839.

DOUBLES, DIV 1. - 1, Schroeder/Laughlin, St. Helens, 1,628. 9, Barbara Duer/Erin Van Curler, Eugene, 1,453. DOUBLES, DIV 2. - 1, Carter/Lockman, Prineville, 1,493. 9, Wanda Bateman/Geneva Lovell, Eugene, 1,453. DOUBLES, DIV. 3 - 1, Smith/Renton, Newport, 1,569. 8T, Mandi Forbes/Michelle Paddock, Eugene, 1,485. ALL EVENTS, DIV. 1 - 1, Karen Schroeder, St. Helens, 2,317. 2, Van Curler, Eugene, 2,269. ALL EVENTS, DIV. 2 - 1, Jennifer Myers, Astoria, 2,409. 10, Charlene Miller, Eugene, 2,214. ALL EVENTS, DIV. 3 - 1, Catrina Smith, Grant County, 2,378. 8, Dorothy Cooper, Eugene, 2,260. SCRATCH SINGLES, DIV. 1 - 1, Kathleen Alcorn, Portland, 668. 3, Candace Goble, Eugene, 617. 4, Kathi Sutherland, Eugene, 600. 8, Christine Lemhouse, Florence, 557. 10, Tracy Denson, Eugene, 550.

EQUESTRIAN

High School

Teams State Meet

At Central Point

CHAMPION AND TOP LOCALS

BREAKAWAY ROPING - 1, Andrew Steffin, Silverton, 8.43 (2). 7, Savannah Greer, Ros, 4.57 (1). 14, Adria Schmitt, JC, 18.94 (1). STEER DAUBING - 1, Katlyn Shaw, Coquille, 3.02. 3, Brent Neely, CG, 3.71. 13, Casey Egbert, She, 6.32. BARRELS - 1T, Tryn Espelien, Scappoose, and Travis Trotter, Ros, 15.07. 16, Ashleigh Shaw, CG, 15.66. 19, Emily Escobosa, Elm, 15.74. FIGURE 8 - 1, Trotter, Ros, 10.12. 10, Bridget Coop, CG, 10.78. 16T, Kassie Sunkler, JC, 10.91. FLAGS - 1, Trotter, Ros, 8.01. 10, Rochelle O'Conner, NE, 9.54. KEYHOLE - 1, Espelien, Scappoose, 7.22. 2, Ashley Leavitt, Thu, 7.35. 12, O'Conner, NE, 7.91. POLE BENDING - 1, Rachel Swanson, Scappoose, 21.41. 3, Escobosa, Elm, 21.84. 9, Tiffany Porter, PH, 22.83. 11, Molly McLaughlin, Wil, 23.12. 15, O'Conner, NE, 23.79. DRIVING - 1, Kendra Taylor, Hood River, 160. 3, Kierra Brotherton, JC, 143 1/2 . 14T, Meagan Chatwood, Wil, 118.

IN HAND TRAIL - 1, Caitlin Uselman, Molalla, 149. 10, Kierra Brotherton, JC, 128 1/2 . 22, Kienan Brotherton, JC, 119 1/2 . REINING - 1, Katie Vontagen, Crater, 143 1/2 . 29, Chloe Eberlein, Mar, 80. 30, Mandy Foote, NB, 78. TRAIL - 1, Kaci Sintek, Sandy, 158. 24T, Eberlein, Mar, 128. 28T, Sarah White, Thu, 125. WORKING RANCHER - 1, Kayla Edmiston, West Albany, 147 1/2 . 10T, Laci Egli, Ros, 131. 28T, Hunter, PH, 112. OVER FENCES - 1, Heather Carey, Mountain View, 130. 9, Sandi Hickok, NE, 102.

SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION - 1T, Katie Trapp, Canby, and Uselman, Molalla, 120. 7, Hickok, NE, 113. 10, Kier. Brotherton, JC, 108. 11, Miranda Sloan, NE, 107. SHOWMANSHIP - 1, Kirsten Pimentel, Elma, Wash., 152. 4T, Sloan, NE, 141. 9, Jamie Headings, Thu, 139. DRESSAGE - 1, Jill Jackson, Silverton, 343. 4, Christina Weston, Ros, 323. 9, Alex Weston, Ros, 309 1/2 . 10T, Sarah Jansen, Cre, 309. HUNT SEAT EQUITATION - 1T, Sara Gibson, Clackamas, and Emily Carter, Silverton, 137 1/2 . 3, Hickok, NE, 136 1/2 . 18, Lacey Nash, Elm, 127. STOCK SEAT EQUITATION - 1, Sintek, Sandy, 154 1/2 . 15, Sloan, NE, 130 1/2 . 24, Brittany Hunter, PH, 118 1/2 .

WORKING PAIRS - 1, Dufur (Josie Hanna, Brittany Bernbaum), 144. 13, North Eugene, (Hickok, Sloan), 133. 19, Cottage Grove (Proffit, Neely), 129. CANADIAN FLAGS - 1, Estacada, 34.67. 4, Junction City (Samantha Ankeny, Sunkler, Erica Watson, Schmitt), 35.77. 6, Cottage Grove (Natalie Liles, Neely, Shaw, Laura Smith), 36.22. BIRANGLE - 1, Cottage Grove "D" (Morgan Proffit, Neely), 25.26. 6, Roseburg "A" (Egli, Trotter), 25.96. 22, Pleasant Hill (Porter, Price), 28.09. TEAM PENNING - 1, La Pine, 199 (9 cows). 8, Cottage Grove "A", 213 (7 cows). 12, Marshfield "C", 230 (5 cows). IN HAND OBSTACLE RELAY - 1, Grants Pass, 271. 21, Marshfield (Katelyn Johnson, Ryan Eberlein, Codey Phillips, Krystle Harris), 230. 27, Junction City (Kier. Brotherton, Veronica Lloyd, Kien. Brotherton, Schmitt), 223. DRILL - 1, Forest Grove, 773. 14, Elmira, 666. 17, Pleasant Hill, 649.

INDIVIDUAL POINTS, STATE WINNER AND TOP LOCALS - Espelien, Scappoose, 73. Trotter, Ros, 62. Hickok, NE, 37. Kierra Brotherton, JC, 30. Sloan, NE, 23. C. Weston, Ros, 23. Leavitt, Thu, 21. Shaw, Coq, 20. Escobosa, Elm, 18. Neely, CG, 17. O'Connor, NE, 15. Greer, Ros, 13. Keller, Ros, 12. Porter, PH, 11. Coop, CG, 9. A. Weston, Ros, 9. Egli, Ros, 8. Headings, Thu, 8. Jansen, Cre, 7. McLaughlin, Wil, 7.

TEAM STANDINGS - 1, Molalla, 249 points. 2, Scappoose, 235. 3, Estacada, 217. 6, Roseburg, 178. 14, Cottage Grove, 113. 22, North Eugene, 83 (First place among small teams). 24T, Junction City, 77. 50T, Thurston, 32. 57T, Elmira, 26 (27th among medium-size teams). 65, Pleasant Hill, 19. 69, Marshfield, 16 (32nd among medium-size teams). 78T, Willamette, 11 (37th among medium-size teams). 85, Creswell, 7 (40th among medium-size teams). 90, Sheldon, 4 (27th among small-size teams). 100T, Mohawk and North Bend, 1 each (34th tie among small-size teams).

FLYING DISC

Oregon High School

Ultimate Classic

At Churchill High School

FINAL STANDINGS

1, Churchill "A." 2, Vacaville, Calif. 3, South Eugene. 4, Crescent Valley. 5, Sheldon. 6, Summit. 7, Churchill "B." 8, Lincoln. 9, Philomath. 10, Kennedy Middle School. State of Oregon ranking is one place higher for each team below Vacaville.

CHURCHILL "A" RESULTS - Churchill "A" 15, Churchill "B" 2. Churchill "A" 15, Crescent Valley 8. Churchill "A" 15, Vacaville 5. SOUTH EUGENE RESULTS - South Eugene 13, Lincoln 7. Vacaville 14, South Eugene 13. South Eugene 13, Crescent Valley 12. SHELDON RESULTS - Vacaville 15, Sheldon 2. Sheldon 14, Lincoln 11. Sheldon 13, Summit 7.

City of Eugene

SPRING LEAGUE FINAL RESULTS

"A" LEAGUE - Championship: Free Dummy 11, Huckin' Good 10. Third place: B.O.H.I.C.A. 14, Ice Cold Gin 13. Fifth place: Jedi Masters 13, Preemptive Spike 8. Seventh place: Spin 10, Pete for Mayor 9. "B-1" LEAGUE - Championship: Johnny Cash 11, Jedi Mind Tricks 10. Third place: Smack-A-Roni 13, Touchy Feely 12. Fifth place: Roots 12, Underdog 6. "B-2" LEAGUE - Championship: Kamikaze Jalapenos 14, ULF 7. Third place: Full Circle 15, Law School Disks 0 (forfeit). Fifth Place: Monkey Brew 15, H.O.T.I. 0 (forfeit). Seventh place: Sprawl 15, The Flying Buttresses 8. "C" LEAGUE - Championship: Los Monos Locos 12, Orange SLICes 8. Third place: GGATCC 15, Scrambled Eggs & Toast 0 (forfeit). Fifth place: Hucking Filarious 15, The Flingers 5. Los Burros Bravos 15, Team Register-Guard 0.

GOLF

Men's Member Guest

At Shadow Hills Country Club

TWO ROUNDS, FINAL RESULTS

FLIGHT ONE

GROSS - 1, Bill Walter/Steve Peterson, 100. 2, Mike Babb/Billy Anderson, 97. 3, Richard Bloch/Paul Rowe, 92. NET - 1T, Roger Condos/John Noel and Gary Danner/Jon Carroll, 112. 3, Jack Mattison/Steve Skelton, 109.

FLIGHT TWO

GROSS - 1, Steve Harris/Marvin Cook, 92. 2, Buck Kessler/Mike Hunter, 75. 3, Cliff Pallin/Steve Zerfass, 72. NET - 1, Wayne Laut/John Bustraan, 115. 2, Tony Dechiara/Jim Steiner, 113. 3, Steve Thurn/John Fountain, 104.

Jim Mann Memorial Tourn.

At Emerald Valley Golf Course

OPEN DIVISION

GROSS - 1, Ted Whitney, 67. 2, David Victor, 77. 3, Mark Hoge, 79. NET - 1, Don Montel, 70. 2T, Bruce Stiller, Steve Morosin and Jesse Castillo, all 71.

SENIOR DIVISION

GROSS - 1, Brad Tindall, 77. 2T, Lyle Becker and Jim Mercer, both 84. NET - 1, Doug Orton, 70. 2T, Warren Edwards, Jim O'Fallon and Ron LaMarche, all 72.

Men's Club Senior Tuesday

At RiverRidge Golf Course

INDIVIDUAL STABLEFORD

1st FLIGHT - John Wilt, 26. John Robison, 24. Clark Guffey, 24. 2nd FLIGHT - Gordon Wright 26. Clayton Winkle 26. Jim Britton, 25. 3rd FLIGHT - Spike Gordon, 26. Dean McBee, 23. Gary Doroux, 23. 4th FLIGHT - Ken McCox, 26. Dale Atkins, 26. Lee Nemechek. 5th FLIGHT - Don Peterson, 43. Gene Baumgarner, 24. Jearrie Britton, 22.

Women's Wednesdays

At RiverRidge Golf Course

BEST 16 HOLES

GROSS - Pat Church, 79. Sandy Vermilyea, 83. NET - Bonnie Harper, 56. Jeanne Schmidt, 60.

Arnie's Army Tournament

At Eugene Eagles Golf Course

ARNOLD PALMER AWARD - Larry Hamilton. HOLE IN ONE - Jim Potts, on the 79-yard first hole, on Potts' first round ever at the Eagles.

Tuesday Men's League

At Oakway Golf Course

NET - Will Corotis, 21. Randy Djonne, 26. Bob Hoch, 28. GROSS - Jerry Penifold, 30. Matt Knutson, 30. Keith Barr, 31. TEAM NET - Corotis/Roy Pond, 21. Djonne/Ron Okonski, 24. Jamaal Wallace/Ken McEntire, 25.

LACROSSE

Eugene Lacrosse Club

PACIFIC NORTHWEST LACROSSE ASSOCIATION

RECENT RESULTS - Bigfoot 11, Eugene 6. Eugene 11, Multnomah 9.

FINAL STANDINGS - Giants Causeway (Tacoma) 11-1, Coopers (Seattle) 9-3, Bigfoot (Portland) 7-5, Crease Monkeys "B" (Everett) 5-7, Eugene 4-8, Multnomah (Portland) 3-9, Tentawon (Seattle) 3-9.

TOP SCORERS - Four Eugene players finished among the PNLA "B" Division's top 20 individual scorers: 7, Pete Dahl, 31 points on 20 goals and 11 assists; 9, Lionel Clemons, 29 pts., 11 goals and 18 assists; 15, Dan Shepherd, 17 pts., nine goals and eight assists; 17, Joe Kerwin, 15 pts., 14 goals and one assist.

RUNNING

Rhody Run

At Florence

10,000 METERS

MEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

All are from Eugene unless noted.

1, K.C. Taylor, 37:20. 2, Brian Stockdale, Springfield, 37:37. 3, Mike Logan, 37:42.

TOP LOCALS, MEN'S AGE GROUPS

15-19 - 1, Jess Jackson, Reedsport, 42:42. 2, Allen Gibson, Florence, 43:12. 3, Mason Keck, Florence, 46:06. 25-29 - 1, Josh Masterson, 38:29. 3, Tom Wilson, Florence, 42:58. 30-34 - 1, Ken Young, Coquille, 38:48. 35-39 - 1, Brian Stockdale, Springfield, 37:37. 2, Dave Mollers, Gold Beach, 39:17. 3, Tod Harris, 40:40. 40-44 - 1, Bob Harms, 39:59.

45-49 - 1, K.C. Taylor, 37:20. 2, Mike Logan, 37:42. 3, Steve DiNatale, 37:49. 50-54 - 2, Thad Kwiecinski, 44:40. 3, Tom O'Brien, Gold Beach, 47:46. 55-59 - 1, Joseph Canale, 41:36. 2, Larry Thompson, 44:11. 3, Peter Howison, Dunes City, 49:24. 60-64 - 1, Ray McCann, 51:32. 2, David West, 53:32. 70-AND-OLDER - 1, Art Dietz, Florence, 57:26.

WOMEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

1, Kirsten Daniel, Medford, 41:06. 2, Ally Manley, Coquille, 43:19. 3, Dustina Coleman, North Bend, 45:51.

TOP LOCALS, WOMEN'S AGE GROUPS

10-14 - 1, Manley. 15-19 - 1, Alisha Lacewell, Florence, 46:18. 20-24 - 1, Megan Vinther, Florence, 59:19. 2, Sharna Keppler, 1:02:10. 25-29 - 2, Casse Weaver, Coos Bay, 57:53. 30-34 - 1, Debbie Olson, Florence, 1:00:34. 3, Katie Paulson, Coos Bay, 1:07:08. 35-39 - 1, Elizabeth Fine, 53:11. 2, Becky Edmonds, North Bend, 55:38. 3, Tyana Plinski, Coos Bay, 57:33. 40-44 - 1, Coleman. 2, Marcy Dodson, Florence, 52:37. 3, Carol Holt, 59:18. 45-49 - 1, Nancy Halter, 48:20. 2, Denise Middleton, Florence, 54:54. 3, M.J. Church, Florence, 55:43. 50-54 - 1, Marilyn Nippold, 47:10. 60-64 - 1, Barbara Reese, North Bend, 56:42. 2, Kerstin Johnsen, Florence, 1:01:23. 65-69 - 1, Marjan Wazeka, Florence, 59:27.

A total of 70 runners participated.

5,000 METERS

MEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

1, Aaron Long, Florence, 17:13. 2, Jack Lindsay, Florence, 17:31. 3, Connor Vaccaro, Florence, 18:07.

TOP LOCALS, MEN'S AGE GROUPS

All are from Eugene unless noted.

1-10 - 1, Joshua Golden-Plinski, Coos Bay, 25:03. 2, Ronnie Manley, Coquille, 25:31. 3, Daniel Loza, Florence, 28:18. 11-14 - 1, Jacob Mitchell, Florence, 19:57. 2, Rivers Gage-Hunt, Florence, 22:00. 3, Henry Gray, Florence, 22:41. 15-19 - 1, Lindsay. 2, Vaccaro. 3, Aaron Mitchell, Florence, 18:53. 20-24 - 1, Matt Davidson, Florence, 19:49. 2, Andrew Ledbetter, Florence, 20:22. 3, Scott Buehrig, Florence, 24:42. 25-29 - 1, Long. 2, John Adams, Florence, 20:15. 3, Toby Gutoski, 20:16. 30-34 - 1, Stephen Cherry, Springfield, 26:57. 35-39 - 1, Robert Paulson Jr., Coos Bay, 22:32. 3, Robert Mans, Florence, 23:54. 40-44 - 1, Kalsang Phuntshog, Florence, 22:06. 2, Paul Burns, Florence, 23:18. 45-49 - 1, Keith Brown, 20:38. 2, Tim McGinnis, Florence, 21:49. 3, Scott Surkamer, Cottage Grove, 22:05. 50-54 - 1, Wayne Belmont, Florence, 23:36. 2, William Montgomery, Toledo, 25:58. 3, John Carnahan, Florence, 26:13. 55-59 - 1, Mike Johnson, Westlake, 24:51. 2, Dan Scarberry, Florence, 25:14. 3, Phillip Heer, 25:32. 60-64 - 1, Larry Bacon, Florence, 32:53. 2, Jerry Drake, Springfield, 33:24. 3, Greg Hill, Florence, 44:41. 65-69 - 1, Barry Solof, 23:52. 2, Ken Miller, Mapleton, 40:43. 3, Charles Selden, Florence, 55:29. 70-AND-OLDER - 1, Craig McMicken, Florence, 29:35. 2, Don Anhorn, 36:53. 3, David Johnsen, Florence, 38:07.

WOMEN'S TOP THREE FINISHERS

1, Leah Twombly, Florence, 20:28. 2, Jennifer Hague, Florence, 21:05. 3, Mercedes Smith, Florence, 21:11.

TOP LOCALS, WOMEN'S AGE GROUPS

1-10 - 1, Holli Gerkan, Florence, 32:33. 2, Olivia Scrima, Florence, 32:37. 3, Alexandra Dodson, Florence, 39:05. 11-14 - 1, Hague. 2, Clarita Twombly, Florence, 22:14. 3, Shelby Paulson, Coos Bay, 24:58. 15-19 - 1, L. Twombly. 2, Smith. 3, Sara Marroquin, Charleston, 25:41. 20-24 - 1, Erin Payne, Mapleton, 29:09. 2, Barbara Thompson, Florence, 32:11. 3, Carol Stock, Reedsport, 44:06. 25-29 - 1, Kelly Brooks, 26:08. 2, Ann Lacoutyre, Florence, 27:18. 3, Alisa Long, Florence, 29:56. 30-34 - 2, Angela Dixon, Coquille, 26:42. 3, Takako Klampe, Florence, 28:07. 35-39 - 2, Christine Wilkins, Blatchly, 25:23. 3, Dena Manley, Coquille, 26:42. 40-44 - 1, Jessica Quinlan, Charleston, 22:45. 2, Pamela Thompson, Florence, 24:09. 45-49 - 1, Terry-Lynn Lovison, 25:26. 2, Sue Davidson, Florence, 28:31. 3, Jayne Smoley, Florence, 32:07. 50-54 - 1, Pim Solof, 23:57. 2, Vera Vos, 26:55. 3, Linda Keck, Florence, 28:45. 55-59 - 1, Marci Travess, Springfield, 34:56. 2, Rae Wescott, Reedsport, 43:55. 60-64 - 1. Pat Riley, Florence, 41:38. 2, Joanna Trolinger, Mapleton, 43:40. 3, Nancy Mattice, Florence, 46:56. 65-69 - 1, Jan Pizarro, Florence, 43:29. 2, Betty Townsend, Florence, 43:30. 3, Maida Miller, Florence, 44:11. 70-AND-OLDER - 1, Sharon Parsons, 43:07. 2, Dolores Wilson, Florence, 43:34. 3, Marty Skjonsby, Westlake, 44:07.

A total of 266 runners participated.

Run/Walk Calendar

WHAT'S NEW

SATURDAY, JULY 2 - South Coast Running Club presents White Cedar Days Run to benefit the Powers Clinic. Registration is day-of-race only at the Powers Clinic in Powers. The bus to the start departs at 8:30 a.m. Events starting at 9 a.m. include a 10-kilometer run, a 2 1/2 -mile walk and a one-mile kids run. Contact: Constance Fandel, (541) 439-3057.

OTHER EVENTS

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. For registration forms and more details, visit the Eugene Running Company at Oakway Mall, go online to 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 4 - The sixth annual "Run for the Mountain" at Howard Buford Recreation Area, better known as Mount Pisgah, offers a choice of run or hike. The five-kilometer trail run, one-mile hike and the half-mile Family Adventure Hike are held on National Trails Day with proceeds benefiting Mount Pisgah's trail system. The 5K run begins at 9 a.m., the one-mile walk at 9:15, and the Family Adventure Hike, which includes five learning stations in the aboretum, at 9:30. Early registration through June 3 for the run and walk is $18 with T-shirt, $13 without. Day-of-race registration is $21/$16. The family hike early registration ranges from $10 (individual, no shirt) to $50 (family of four with shirts). Registration is open at REI, 306 Lawrence St., or online at lanecounty.org/parks. The event is limited to 350 participants. Contact: 682-2000, or laneparks@co.lane.or.us.

SATURDAY, JUNE 11 - The five-kilometer 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 five kilometer 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.

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 fundraiser 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@oregonfast.net (corrected e-mail).

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, five kilometer 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 under 19) by June 3; $22 with shirt thereafter. Contact: Pete Dawson, (541) 267-6329.

MONDAY, JULY 4 - The 32nd annual 10 kilometer Butte to Butte Run and 4.5-mile Mayor's Fitness Walk follows the traditional courses starting near Spencer Butte Middle School and finishing at Skinner's Butte Park. Shuttles are available between end points. Visit buttetobutte.org for details.

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.

SUNDAY, JULY 17 - Run in the Country is designed by runners for runners and includes a half-marathon walk at 6 a.m., a half-marathon run at 7 a.m., a five-mile run at 8 a.m. and a Kids' Fun Run at 9:30 a.m. There is also a two-mile walk with starting time not specified. All of this takes place near Coburg, with net proceeds going to the Coburg Kids Trust. Entry fees range from $5 to $27 depending on event. Options including shirt close July 9. There is no race day registration. Visit goodrace.com for the menu of options.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 - The 32nd annual Circle the Bay, South Coast Running Club's premier event each year, includes a 30 kilometer walk and 30 kilometer three-person relay walk, beginning at 6:30 a.m. from Ferry Road Park in North Bend. The 30 kilometer run and 30 kilometer relay run begin at 8 a.m. Individual run or walk entry fees are $18 through July 20, $22 betwee4n July 21 and Aug. 1, and $30 thereafter. For both relays team fees are $42, $51 and $75. Contact: Susan Ottemiller, (541) 756-2972.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 - Runners from 25 states, Canada, Germany and Iceland have already registered for the 30th annual Crater Lake Rim Runs and Marathon. Participants have a choice of four events: 6.7-mile walk, 6.7-mile run, 13-mile run and the 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.

TRACK & FIELD

Bethel School District

Middle School Track Meet

At Willamette High School

SIXTH GRADE GIRLS

SHOT PUT - 1, Katie Johnson, Shasta, 24-9. 2, Vanessa Tobon, Sha, 22-3 1/2 . 3, Mary Martin, Cascade, 21-7 1/2 . DISCUS - 1, Logan Crabb, Sha, 52-7 1/2 . 2, Johnson, Sha, 52-6. 3, Ivy Simpson, Sha, 44- 3/4 . HIGH JUMP - 1, Martin, Cas, 3-6. 2, Tobon, Sha, 3-2. LONG JUMP - 1, Samantha Hamacher, Sha, 10-4 1/2 , 2, Simpson, Sha, 9-7. 3, Elea Ingman, Prairie Mountain, 9-6.

100 - 1, Samantha Hamacher, Sha, 15.39. 2, Simpson, Sha, 15.44. 3, Lauren Mathiesen, Sha, 15.58. 200 - 1, Katelynn Stone, PM, 31.80. 2, Hamacher, Sha, 32.41. 3, Simpson, Sha, 32.48. 400 - 1, Hamacher, Sha, 1:18.73. 2, Martin, Cas, 1:20.76. 3, Ingman, PM, 1:22.38. 800 - 1, Hamacher, 3:33.73. 2, Emily Van Domelen, Sha, 3:34.06. 3, Ingman, PM, 3:41.20. 4x100 RELAY - 1, Shasta, Team Hamacher, 1:05.08. 2, Shasta, Team Walter, 1:07.61. 3, Meadow View, Team Stowell, 1:07.83.

SIXTH GRADE BOYS

SHOT PUT - 1, Jacob Aguilar, Cas, 28-3 1/2 . 2, Chris Bollen, Cas, 23-0. 3, Justin Jones, PM, 21-6. DISCUS - 1, Aguilar, Cas, 92- 1/2 . 2, Dillon Peters, Sha, 53-0. 3, Jones, PM, 46-5. HIGH JUMP - 1, Travaun Dixon, Sha, 4-0. 2T, Troy Norris, MV, and Nic McDowell, Sha, 3-8. LONG JUMP - 1, Christian Hawks, PM, 9-9 1/4 . 2, Jones, PM, 9-7 1/4 . 3, Bollen, 8-6 3/4 .

100 - 1, Noah Smith, PM, 14.18. 2, Norris, MV, 14.47. 3, Dixon, Sha, 14.54. 200 - 1, Aguilar, Cas, 29.89. 2, Dixon, Sha, 30.65. 3, Alex Hernandez, Cas, 31.97. 400 - 1, Aguilar, Cas, 1:14.79. 2, Peter Mingus, PM, 1:17.67. 3, Tyke Picollo, Sha, 1:19.65. 800 - 1, Picollo, Sha, 3:02.81. 2, Hernandez, Cas, 3:03.25. 3, Aguilar, Cas, 3:10.20. 4x100 RELAY - 1, Shasta, Team Dixon, 1:02.29. 2, Prairie Mountain, Team Smith, 1:03.77. 3, Prairie Mountain, Team Doe, 1:15.69.
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