Chloe, 10, Alex, 9, Madison, 8, and Macy Kronberger, 7, are not only sisters, but also relay teammates. The Pleasant Hill quartet, along with brother Gage, 7, train and swim with Precision Swimming, probably Lane County's least-known swim club. Although each child in the home-schooled family has been swimming since age 5, only in the past eight months has Macy been old enough to allow the girls to compete as a single-family relay team. While they have entered freestyle relay events, it is in the medley relays that most of the girls swim their favorite events: Macy swims freestyle, Madison swims the backstroke, Chloe swims the butterfly and Alex, who prefers the backstroke and won that age group event for the 100-meter distance at Eugene City Swim Club's July Invitational, usually swims the breaststroke in the medley relays. Precision Swimming is not a traditional club with large group practices, but an outgrowth of coach Rick Rodriguez's private lessons. Only one person, or one family, is instructed at a time. Several other youth swimmers have joined the Precision Swimming program that began entirely with adults. Rodriguez is open to adding more students and can be reached at 513-6696.
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 email@example.com or fax them to 687-6674.
Springfield man places fifth: Larry Flanary of Springfield won seven of his last eight games to finish fifth in Class M2 at the recent 80th World Horseshoe Pitching championships at Idaho State University in Pocatello. Flanary finished with 10.5 wins and 4.5 losses, collecting 105 ringers of 600 shoes pitched for a 17.5 ringer percentage.
Four on state swim team: Four area swimmers have been named to the 2004 Oregon Swimming Zone team that will compete in the Western Zone Championships at Redding, Calif., beginning Tuesday. Included are Brandon Johnson of Eugene City Swim Club in the age 17-18 boys division, Ian Boyd and Christian Breeden, both with Precision Swimming, in the 15-16 boys division, and Denise Green of South Coast Aquatic Team in the 15-16 girls division.
North Eugene girls soccer: The NEHS girls soccer camp runs today through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon, under the leadership of Highlanders coaches, players and former all-league players. The cost is $50. Contact Brandy Wormdahl at 607-0720.
Churchill wrestling: The 2004 Churchill wrestling camp for ages 8-15 runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Aug. 16-18 in the CHS wrestling room in the gym. The fee is $35, including a camp T-shirt. Registration will be on the 16th between 8:45 and 9:15 a.m. Contacts: Randy Robinson, 343-2189, or Churchill High, 687-3421.
Irish football: Sheldon High School's eighth annual camp will be Aug. 16-19 at Ludwig Stadium on the Sheldon campus. Grades 3-8 will meet from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and grades 9-12 will meet from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost is $55 and includes a camp T-shirt. Registration will take place at the field on Aug. 16. Contact: Marty Johnson, 345-7918.
Colt conditioning camp: Thurston High School's football conditioning camp begins today for players entering grades 9-12. The two-week camp, which runs through Aug. 19, will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily and costs $25, or a maximum of $40 per family. Register at the Willamalane Memorial Building, or on site at Thurston High. A morning camp for grades 2-8 will be from 10 a.m. to noon on Aug. 16-19. That camp is $20 per player or $30 per family, and includes a camp T-shirt. Contact: Justin Starck, 744-5035.
OUSA youth and prep camps: Oregon United Soccer Academy will offer two camps the week of Aug. 16-20. A day camp for U6 to U14 boys and girls will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ascot Park fields next to Monroe Middle School. A high school conditioning camp for boys and girls will alternate between Cal Young Middle School (Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.) and Amazon Pool (Tuesday and Thursday, 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.). For details and fees, contact OUSA at 683-8845 or visit www.oregonunitedsoccer.org.
LCC basketball: Matt Swaggerty, the new men's basketball coach at Lane Community College, will offer his first Titan basketball camp from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 23-26 for boys and girls entering grades 2-9. The fee is $95. Call LCC athletic secretary Sharon Foster at 463-5599 to register.
City league soccer: Registration for the city of Eugene's adult fall soccer leagues will be accepted for returning fall teams on Aug. 17-18 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 Aug. 19-20. Teams must submit a completed team roster, classification sheet and the full team entry fee at the time of registration. Games begin Sept. 12. Fall offerings include men's A, B and C divisions, Men's 35-and-older (seven-a-side), women's B, and coed recreational (seven-a-side). Contact: 682-5409.
Kick City fall leagues: Aug. 19 is the registration deadline for individuals and teams to sign up for Kick City indoor soccer fall leagues, which will include men's, women's and coed play at both competitive and recreational levels. For those new to the sport, the women's Thursday evening hat-draw league and Sundays adult 30-plus fitness league are opportunities to learn the game without referees or scores being kept. Contact Kick City after 5 p.m. at 744-2255, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit kickcity.com.
Strike City bowling: Winter bowling leagues are now forming at Strike City Lanes. Sunday through Friday evening leagues for three, four or five members are available for men, women and mixed groups. Saturday morning's junior league includes both teens and pre-teens. Contact: Kathi, 688-8900.
ASA fastpitch softball: Two local girls fastpitch teams will conduct joint "fill-in" tryouts over the next 10 days. The 12-and-under "B" Eugene Lightning and the 14-and-under "B" Eugene North Stars will audition prospective players at 10 a.m. Saturday at the North Eugene High School JV field (southeast corner of the campus). The second session is at 6 p.m. Aug. 18 at the same site. Contacts: call Lee at 953-4796 regarding the 12U team and Don at 915-8182 regarding the 14U team.
U12 boys soccer: A new U12 team is forming in the South Eugene High School area to play in Kidsports' Klassic league. Boys entering fifth and sixth grades seeking a team may contact Dave at 484-6665.
Rugby practice: Eugene Rugby Club practice for the fall season begins Tuesday, 6 p.m., next to the goose pond at Alton Baker Park. Call Mike at 338-9111 or visit EugeneRugby.com for details.
Dodgeball practice: Maximus Sports announces an informal dodgeball practice at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Amazon Park tennis courts west of Roosevelt Middle School on 24th Avenue. Maximus is promoting the alternative sport as requiring minimal equipment, setup and playing experience, while offering maximum social enjoyment. Maximus Sports, the promoter of the local nine-man football league, reports that "dodgeball is now safe and more enjoyable with rubber-coated foam balls, safety conscious rules and a festive tournament atmosphere." E-mail email@example.com or call 606-9626.
Football officials to meet: The Lane County Football Officials Association will meet outside at Willamette High School at 7 p.m. Aug. 17. Both returning and new officials are welcome, and the organization provides training for individuals who want to become referees for youth and high school football. Contact: Mike Whitty, 344-1224.
Kidsports fall coaches: Fall organizational meetings for football and soccer coaches will be held over the next two weeks. The tackle football meeting for coaches of grades 6-8 is at 7 p.m. Aug. 17 at the Springfield Kidsports office. The Klassic soccer meeting for coaches of grades 5-8 is at 8 p.m. Aug. 18, also at the Springfield office. Flag football coaches for grades 2-5 will meet at 7 p.m. Aug. 24 at the Springfield office and may check out equipment prior to the meeting. Recreational soccer coaches for grades K-4 will meet at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at Jefferson Middle School, and also may check out equipment at the nearby Eugene Kidsports office before the meeting. Contacts: call the Eugene office at 683-2374 or Springfield at 746-0403.
LCC golf scramble: The Lane Community College Foundation's 21st annual golf scramble will help fund student scholarships and other programs. The Sept. 24 event at Shadow Hills Country Club opens registration at 11:30 a.m. and tees off at 1 p.m. The tournament fee is $225 per player or $900 for a foursome and includes one round of golf, use of a cart, a box lunch and more. Those who register by Aug. 31 will also receive a ticket to the Oct. 29 gourmet Harvest Dinner. The tournament is limited to 128 golfers. Entry forms are available at local golf courses or by calling 463-5226.
Oktoberfest softball, golf: Mount Angel's Sept. 15-19 Oktoberfest is seeking men's and coed softball teams for festival tournaments. Contact Robert Rodriguez at (503) 845-9272 or Dick Fennimore, (503) 873-7817. Oktoberfest also includes a Saturday (Sept. 18) four-person scramble golf tournament at Evergreen Golf Club. Contact Jeremy Reeding, (503) 845-9911, or Bill Bischoff, (503) 845-6644.
2004 Speedo Long Course
LOCAL BOYS IN THE TOP 18
100 BACK - 14, Matthew Johnson, SCAT, 1:19.40. 50 BACK - 13, Johnson, SCAT, 37.39.
100 BACK - 13, Sam Rowan, ECSC, 1:14.20. 200 BREAST -17, Rowan, ECSC, 3:06.62. 400 IM - 11, Rowan, ECSC, 5:43.58. 16, Aaron Pan, EA, 5:58.87. 200 BACK - 14, Rowan, ECSC, 2:40.04. 15, Derick Thomas, ECSC, 2:47.72.
100 BREAST - 17, Pan, EA, 1:25.66.
400 FREE - 18, Eric Elligott, CGAL, 4:47.68. 100 BACK - 14, Elligott, CGAL, 1:07.15. 15, Brandon Johnson, ECSC, 1:07.21. 200 BREAST - 1, Elliot Bishow, EY, 2:27.57. 14, Dusty Snell, ECSC, 2:45.12. 100 BUTTERFLY - 11, Johnson, ECSC, 1:01.51. 16, David Lee, EY, 1:02.74. 400 IM - 18, Snell, ECSC, 5:09.44. 200 FREE - 13, Elligott, CGAL, 2:05.45. 16, Lee, EY, 2:07.33. 100 BREAST - 1, Bishow, EY, 1:08.71. 7, Christian Breeden, PS, 1:13.00. 10, Snell, ECSC, 1:13.75. 200 BACK - 3, Ben Malcolm, RRSC, 2:16.13. 11, Ian Boyd, PS, 2:22.71. 12, Elligott, CGAL, 2:22.82. 50 FREE - 7, Lee, EY, 25.86. 16, Snell, ECSC, 26.31. 200 IM - 3, Bishow, EY, 2:17.97. 15, Snell, ECSC, 2:26.43. 100 FREE - 3, Lee, EY, 55.48. 10, Elligott, CGAL, 57.09. 11, Johnson, ECSC, 57.59. 18, Snell, ECSC, 1:00.07.
400 MEDLEY RELAY - 16, Eugene YMCA (Lee, Bishow, Patrick Naleway, Matthew Haynes), 4:41.86. 17, Eugene City Swim Club (Thomas, Jerry Diamond, Johnson, Snell), 4:44.78. 200 MEDLEY RELAY - 15, Eugene YMCA (Lee, Bishow, Naleway, Haynes), 2:10.90. 200 FREE RELAY - 12, Eugene City Swim Club (Snell, Johnson, Diamond, Rowan), 1:53.35.
LOCAL GIRLS IN THE TOP 18
400 FREE - 18, Rachel Heaney, SCAT, 5:18.66. 100 BACK - 13, Kaila Lee, EY, 1:18.35. 100 BUTTERFLY - 9, Lee, EY, 1:16.26. 10, Heaney, SCAT, 1:16.34. 200 MEDLEY RELAY - 18, Eugene City Swim Club (Sylvie Peterson, Christine Perlow, Victoria Weiler, Emily Ehley), 2:37.26. 200 FREE - 18, Heaney, SCAT, 2:32.93. 50 BACK - 5, Lee, EY, 35.01. 50 FREE - 2, Lee, EY, 29.88. 14, Heaney, SCAT, 31.08. 400 MEDLEY RELAY - 12, Eugene City Swim Club (Peterson, Perlow, Weiler, Ehley), 5:47.46. 200 IM - 14, Heaney, SCAT, 2:48.82. 100 FREE - 7, Lee, EY, 1:06.51. 50 BUTTERFLY - 5, Lee, EY, 32.86. 7, Heaney, SCAT, 33.17.
200 BREAST - 13, Carly Rowan, ECSC, 3:01.86.
400 MEDLEY RELAY - 16, Eugene City Swim Club (Rachel Leighter, Rowan, Maggie Moore, Ingrid Woelfel). 5:26.58. 200 FREE RELAY - 16, Eugene City Swim Club (Rowan, Leighter, Woelfel, Moore), 2:12.90.
AGES 15-AND OLDER
1,500 FREE - 1, Kimberly Jasmer, SCAT, 17:43.54. 4, Chloe Thulstrup, ECSC, 18:43.07. 17, Heidi Tilicki, EA, 19:42.47. 400 FREE - 12, Adriana Quirke, ECSC, 4:43.14. 14, Thulstrup, ECSC, 4:45.94. 100 BACK - 7, Denise Green, SCAT, 1:10.83. 15, Quirke, ECSC, 1:12.62. 100 BUTTERFLY - 2, Jasmer, SCAT, 1:05.00. 10, Michele Rice, 1:06.65. 200 FREE - 1, Jasmer, SCAT, 2:08.37. 10, Quirke, ECSC, 2:13.28. 100 BREAST - 13, Andria Breeden, ECSC, 1:20.20. 200 BACK - 10, Green, SCAT, 2:31.22. 13, Quirke, ECSC, 2:34.29. 50 FREE - 1, Jasmer, SCAT, 27.63. 2, Rice, ECSC, 28.03. 11, Green, SCAT, 28.87. 200 IM - 6, Jasmer, SCAT, 2:29.67. 10, Sarah Boam, ECSC, 2:32.30. 100 FREE - 1, Jasmer, SCAT, 59.14. 800 FREE - 13, Thulstrup, ECSC, 10:00.28. 15, Laura Fay, ECSC, 10:01.95.
800 FREE RELAY - 12, South Coast Aquatic Team (Green, Sarah Brown, Heaney, K. Jasmer), 9:29.92. 400 MEDLEY RELAY - 13, Eugene City Swim Club (Boam, Breeden, Rice, Thulstrup), 4:51.91. 18, South Coast Aquatic Team (Brown, Michelle Jasmer, K. Jasmer, Green), 5:02.52. 200 MEDLEY RELAY - 12, Eugene City Swim Club (Fay, Breeden, Rice, Boam), 2:16.91. 400 FREE RELAY - 11, Eugene City Swim Club (Thulstrup, Boam, Quirke, Rice), 4:20.23. 200 FREE RELAY - 9, Eugene City Swim Club (Sarit Gluz, Quirke, Rice, Sarah Snyder), 2:00.33. 13, South Coast Aquatic Team (Heaney, M. Jasmer, Green, K. Jasmer), 2:03.38.
Road Run/Walk Calendar
SATURDAY - The 30th annual Scandia Run follows a flat and fast 10-kilometer course in and around Junction City during the Scandinavian Festival weekend. The 10K run begins at 8 a.m., and a 4.4-mile walk begins five minutes later. Registration through today is $15 with shirt, $10 without; children 11-and-younger $8. Late registration is $20 with shirt, $15 without. Contacts: call Paul Breese at 998-2410 or visit goodrace.com.
SATURDAY, AUG. 28 - The Bandon Library Bookwalk and Runs to benefit the Bandon Public Library include a 10-kilometer run and walk, 5-kilometer run and walk and 1-mile run and walk. Entry is $7, and shirts are available for purchase. Contact: Myra Lawson, (541) 347-5157.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 11 - The 26th annual Sublimity Road Run and Walk includes 10- and 3-kilometer events as part of Marion County's Sublimity Harvest Festival, 12 miles southeast of Salem. The entry fee is $7, racing begins at 9 a.m. and awards will be made in seven age groups. Contact: Mike Bauer, (503) 769-2650.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 - Registrations are now being accepted for the 25th annual Prefontaine Memorial Run, a 10,000-meter road race in downtown Coos Bay, starting at 10 a.m. Nike is sponsoring the grand prize, an expense-paid trip to Myrskyla, Finland, to compete in the Lasse Viren Run in September 2005. A drawing among the top five finishers in the men's and women's divisions who are 18 years or older on race day will determine the winner. Steve Prefontaine ran against Lasse Viren, Finland's four-time Olympic gold medalist, in the 1972 Olympics at Munich, Germany. Numerous awards will be given in five-year age groups, wheelchair and high school and collegiate team divisions. All race entrants will receive a T-shirt. Entry is $15 prior to Sept. 14. Online registration is available at www.prefontainerun.com, or forms are available from Prefontaine Memorial Run, P.O. Box 1380, Coos Bay, OR 97420.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 - Eat and Run, a new event to benefit the Albany Public School Foundation, features a 5-kilometer run and walk. All participants will receive a T-shirt. Registration through Sept. 11 is $17, $20 thereafter. Youths 14-and-under are $12. Contact www.goodrace.com or 343-7414 for more information.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 - The annual Oktoberfest celebration at Mount Angel offers a 10-kilometer run and 5-kilometer run and walk. Registration and packet pick-up begins at 8 a.m. and the runs start at 9 a.m. For information and registration visit www.oktoberfest.org/saturday.html or call Matthew Bauman at (503) 910-7061 or Sarah Belleque at (541) 206-3208.
Junior - Adult League
WOMEN - Jo Zaklan 190 game/536 series. MAJOR GIRLS - Natalie Cardoza 245/645, Jessica Meduna 276/588, Brenda Musgrove 191/507, Shayla Douglas 189/466. JUNIORS - Melissa Young 133/374, Kori Dysert 120/340, Jessica Radiske 115/293. PREPS - Kellie Musgrove 173/469, Morgan Ellis 128/358, Stefanie Corbin 124/354.
MEN - Mark Bromley 248/605, Wayne Smith 210/602, Jim Goble 215/596, Lew Bible 214/578, Ryan Toy 202/533, Ray Meduna 216/524. MAJOR BOYS - Josh Frank 251/687, Ben Smith 219/571, Steven McIntire 193/530, Joshua Goble 192/473, Bobby Crossley 200/472. JUNIORS - Derek Lewis 169/449, Stephen Miller 169/447, Preston Barrett 146/341. BANTAM - James Corbin, 99/228.
(TWO WEEKS' RESULTS)
WOMEN HIGH GAMES
Carole Rhodes 244, Cathy Newton 226, Tina Guerrero 212, Lynn Jones 201, Cathi Sutherland 201, Donna Bowles 189, Tammy Bohn 181, Dee Severe 177, Lori Maloy 174, Laverne Rupe 164.
WOMEN HIGH SERIES
Rhodes 581, Sutherland 557, Newton 530, Jones 524, Severe 499, Bohn 463, Betty Clark 453, Maloy 436, Ginny Glassman 421, Rupe 419.
MEN HIGH GAMES
Bill Salts 258, Daniel Vega 256, Ed Brett 254, Michael Harrison 244, Dewey Hill 236, Randy Hill 228, Dave Kelley 226, Ken Rhodes 224, Glenn Clark Jr. 223, Lloyd Severe 220.
MEN HIGH SERIES
Vega 712, Harrison 666, D. Hill 655, Salts 639, Brett 637, Randy Hill 637, Don Anderson 607, Kelley 604, Rhodes 603, Chuck Kiefer 577.
JUNIOR GIRLS - Brittney Jeffers 222/538, Becky Jeffers 177/484, Katie Bowles 156/379, Ashley Zoll 143/356, Jessica Zoll 116/347.
BANTAM GIRLS - Jennifer Bohn 97/259, Chylene Freeman 91/255, Avalon McCormick 86/203, Brandi Yarnell 68/172. JUNIOR BOYS - Zach Reed 166/426, Nelson Zaludek 155/425, Michael Mecseji 176/420, Weston Zaludek 149/393, Timothy Bohn 153/391. BANTAM BOYS - Devon Drift 96/233, Kevin English 47/128, Cameron Ritchey 47/101.
At Emerald Valley Golf Club
GROSS - 1, Scott Larsen, 149. 2, Bob Edgar, 152. 3, Joe Heisler, 155. NET - 1, Craig Winter, 143. 2, Chris Huiard, 144. 3, Dave Cox, 146.
GROSS - 1T, Don Montel and Rick Olson, 146. NET - 1, Phil Ellis, 137. 2, Ken Weber, 141. 3, Bob Kennedy, 147.
Women's Golf Club
Spring Handicap Tourney
At Oakway Golf Course
CHAMPIONSHIP - Faye Sadowsky. RUNNER-UP - Vivian Oswald. 1ST DROPDOWN FLIGHT - 1, Shirley Smart. 2, Juanita Thorsted. 2ND DROPDOWN FLIGHT - 1, Arlene Mayfield. 2, Bernie Price. MEDALIST - Donna Splonskowski.
At RiverRidge Golf Course
INDIVIDUAL STROKE PLAY
1ST FLIGHT - Gross: Bob Neet 76, John Glancy 77. Net: Dick Buck 62, Luke Barber 65. 2ND FLIGHT - Gross: Ron Harrison 85, Bob Magers 87. Net: Bob Pardovich 64, Lee Nemechek 65. 3RD FLIGHT - Gross: Joe Schaffeld 88, Wally Weja 97. Net: Jerry Rundt 64, Gene Baumgarner 69.
TWO-MAN BETTER BALL
1ST FLIGHT - Gross: Glancy-Terry Platt, 72. Net: John Wilt-Jim Britton, 60. 2ND FLIGHT - Gross: Dean McBee-Ed Higgins, 77. Net: Spike Gordon-Harrison, 60. 3RD FLIGHT - Gross: Curt Spanton-Rundt, 87. Net: Schaffeld-Leja, 61.
Salem United Soccer Club
2004 Waterfront Tourney
U12 BOYS - 2, OUSA Fire. U19 BOYS - 2, FC Willamette Albion. U10 GIRLS - 1, Glitter Girlz. U12 GIRLS - 1, FC Willamette Prestige. U13 GIRLS GOLD - 2, FC Willamette Pride. U13 GIRLS SILVER - 2, OUSA Charge. U16 GIRLS - 2, Eugene SSC South.
Kick City Indoor Soccer
Summer Season Results
"B" - Up and Back 7, Morelos 2. ASF United 10, Pumas 7. Guadalajara 6, Milan SP 6. "C" - ICE 18, Almost High-N-Wide 10. Orsini 13, Traffic Cones 10.
COMBINED - Italia 9, The Relics 2. The Fury 7, Crag Rats 6. Koffler Boats 20, Sudden Impact 1. +35 (MICRO) - M&M 20, Dolphins 12. FC Arthritics 10, Los Campeones 8.
+30 GREEN (MICRO) - White Sharks 11, Christian Futures 6. Diamond Dogs 8, BAB 8. +30 YELLOW (MICRO) - Mia Want 2 B's 7, Orange Crush 2. Tie Dyes 10, Hurricanes 3. Off the Wall 6, Team Green 6.
Sonitrol Emerald Empire
At Willow Creek
MEN'S EVENT WINNERS
SINGLES - Class 4.5, Jeff Cook. Class 4.0, George VanVleet. Class 3.5, David Thomas. Class 3.0, Dale Kern. DOUBLES - Class 4.5, Kevin Knode-Matt Siegmund. Class 4.0, Brett Hazell-Chuck Wetherald. Class 3.5, Jack Giles-Brian Brown. Class 3.0, Mike Backus-Glen Vandavender.
WOMEN'S EVENT WINNERS
SINGLES - Class 3.5, Paula DuChateau. DOUBLES - Class 4.0, Chris Young-Sheree Lloyd. Class 3.5, Debbie Hazell-Jackie Klein. Class 3.0, Judy Evenson-Cathy Stoppell.
MIXED DOUBLES WINNERS
Class 4.5, Stephanie Chandler-Bob Chandler. Class 4.0, Chris Young-Will Price. Class 3.5, Connie Clark-Jeff Kurtz. Class 3.0, Linda Martin-Preston Martin.
Eugene Community League
RESULTS - Late for Dinner 12, Oregon Woods 7. Young Guns 13, Oregon Woods 12. Odd Sox 14, Comedy Club 11. Karmic Colliders 20, Terrific Titans 3. Club Dave Renegades 14, Happy Campers 5. Flaming Martyrs 17, Who's on First 14. Late for Dinner 22, Stumbling Bums 9. Aging Heros d Whitebird Whales (forfeit). Hit Parade d Part of the Problem (forfeit).
Adult Summer League
RESULTS - White 10, Green 3. Black 3, Orenge 2. Yellow 5, Lite Blue 3. Orange 9, White 7. Lite Blue 13, Green 9. Black 7, Yellow 5.
STANDINGS - Lite Blue 6-2-1, Black 5-3-1, Yellow 5-4, Green 3-5-1, Orange 3-5-1, White 3-6.
RESULTS - Cardinals 10-12, Mariners 0-9. Dodgers 8-0, Diamondbacks 4-18. Indians 15-8, Giants 4-4. STANDINGS - Diamondbacks 12-2, Cardinals 12-4, Mariners 10-6, Indians 5-11, Giants 3-9, Dodgers 2-12.
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