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North Bend, Siuslaw run to team victories.

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Spenser Lynass, Steven Garboden and Trevor Berrian finished 1-2-3 to lead four North Bend runners in the top 10 as the Bulldogs won the team title at the 21-team Paul Marriman Timbertown Invitational in Philomath.

North Bend had 34 points, followed by Marist with 50 and Siuslaw with 132.

In the girls race, Samantha Pummer finished third to lead four runners from Siuslaw in the top 10 as the Vikings won the team title with 65 points.

North Bend was second with 68 points, followed by Marist with 85 in the 18-team meet.

Lynass won the 5,000-meter boys race in 16 minutes, 19.5 seconds, followed by Garboden in 16:27.8 and Berrian in 16:38.4. Teammate Sam Lynass was ninth.

Kyle Jackson and Jared Christian of Marist were fourth and fifth, respectively, and teammate Michael Bellamy was eighth.

Trevor Stevens and Joseph Campbell were sixth and seventh, respectively, for third-place Siuslaw and Sam Settelmeyer of Cottage Grove was 10th.

In the girls race, Jenny Elder of Scappoose won in 19:47.1, followed closely by Meghan Whalen of Marist in 19:48.1.

Pummer finished in 20:05.1 for Siuslaw and was joined in the top 10 by teammates Jennifer Hague in fourth, Nadja Warren in ninth and Raelyn Robinson in 10th.

Jessianne Heley of North Bend was fifth and Cottage Grove's Patricia Gutierrez was seventh.

Caleb Patrick and Matthew Melancon finished ninth and 10th, respectively, to lead Sheldon to second place at the 19-team PUMA Classic in Bend. Patrick was clocked in 17:00.7 and Melancon had a time of 17:02.8.

Capital of Olympia, Wash., won the team title with 75 points, followed by the Irish with 97 and Lakes of Tacoma, Wash., with 162.

Ryan Saunders and Brendan Healey, both of Capital, finished 1-2 in the individual race in 16:24.9 and 16:44.3.

In the girls meet, Taylor Wallace of Henley won in 18:25.0, followed by Ashley Baldovino of Lakeview in 18:59.2. Sheldon's Becca Eddy was 10th in 20:11.5.

St. Mary's of Portland won the team title with 116 points, followed by Summit with 128 and Capital with 156. Sheldon was ninth with 216.

Jared Bassett of Marshfield won the 5,000-meter individual race in 15:50.7 and Musa Ahmed of Central Catholic was second in 15:54.3 at the Harrier Classic in Albany.

Central Catholic had three runners in the top 10 en route to the team title with 49 points. The Rams were followed by Hidden Valley with 129 and Crescent Valley with 141.

Tim Costin was ninth in the race with a time of 16:23.3 to lead Springfield to 11th place with 286 points. Marshfield was 14th in the team competition with 343.

In the girls race, Emily Wheeler of Tualatin won in 18:57.5, followed by Priscilla Timmons of Skyview (Vancouver, Wash.) in 19:00.3.

Crescent Valley won the 15-team meet's title with 47 points, followed by Tualatin with 59 and Corvallis with 93. Marshfield was fifth with 158 and Springfield was 11th with 293.

Sydney Snook of Gold Beach was eighth in 19:38.0.


Amanda Hagstrom had tournament totals of 33 kills, 15 digs and nine blocks while leading Marist to the semifinals of the Seaside Tournament.

The Spartans won their pool by downing Stayton 25-21, 25-12; Tillamook 25-20, 26-24; and Taft 25-8, 25-9. Marist then beat Astoria 25-19, 21-25, 16-14 in the quarterfinals before losing to Estacada 25-22, 25-16 in the semifinals.

Whitney Hoff collected 95 assists and 37 digs, and Zoe Martin added 36 kills and 30 digs.


Nick Ehrich, Mirkan Schoolcraft, Jose Garibay, Keiry Spoerl and Juan Ayala scored for Creswell in a 5-0 nonleague boys win over Gold Beach.
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Title Annotation:Sports; PREP ROUNDUP
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Oct 7, 2007
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