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State basketball tournament tickets go on sale Friday

Tickets for all OSAA state basketball tournaments will go on sale online at 9 a.m. Friday at www.osaa.org.

The 5A and 6A boys tournaments are scheduled for March 7-10 at McArthur Court.

Reserved season tickets for all days of both tournaments are $95. Preferred season tickets, featuring unassigned seats on the floor and first level, are $70, and preferred session tickets are $10.

The 5A and 6A girls tournaments are also March 7-10 at the Chiles Center in Portland and preferred season tickets are $50.

The 4A boys and girls tournaments are in Corvallis those same dates, and season tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for students.

The 3A tournaments at Willamette University in Salem, 2A tournaments in Pendleton and 1A tournaments in Baker City are all Feb. 28-March 3. Season tickets are $50 for adults and $30 for students.

Tickets also go on sale online Friday for the state wrestling tournaments. The 3A and 2A/1A meets are Feb. 16-17 at the Salem Armory, while the 6A, 5A and 4A meets are Feb. 15-17 at the State Fairgrounds Pavilion in Salem.

OSAA distributes money to

reimburse schools for travel

Oregon high schools are splitting $337,763.10 in playoff travel reimbursement checks from the Oregon School Activities Association for the fall sports seasons. The money being sent out this week represents an increase of nearly $50,000 over the reimbursement from last fall.

Member schools receive travel reimbursement from the OSAA for costs associated with participating in state championship events.

The amount reimbursed to each school is based on a formula that takes into account round-trip mileage, number of participants, number of coaches and length of event.

"We are particularly pleased that both the amount of money and the number of schools receiving travel reimbursement checks has increased this year," OSAA executive director Tom Welter said.

`This is a result of our recent change to six classifications along with the continuing commitment of our generous corporate sponsors. Our association continues to work toward a day when these reimbursement checks cover 100 percent of the costs a school incurs while participating in state championship events."

Oregon high school ski season set to begin this week

The Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association is scheduled to begin the 2007 high school season Saturday with alpine and nordic races on the docket.

In the alpine division, teams in the Emerald League will compete in the giant slalom at Hoodoo Ski Bowl, while cross country skiers will head to Willamette Pass for an 11:30 a.m. competition.

The Southern League will host the nordic race, which includes a 5K freestyle event, plus a 3x1K relay.
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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Jan 10, 2007
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