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Queen City wins Cup series opener.

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It won't be easy for the Eugene Generals now.

REGIONAL ROUNDUP

Queen City scored the first four goals on the way to a 4-2 win over the Eugene Generals in the first game of the Junior-B Northern Pacific Hockey League Cascade Cup championship on Friday at Lane County Ice.

The two teams will play the second game today at 7:35 p.m. before the series moves to Helena, Mont., for the remaining three games of the series.

Lucas Romero scored in the second period to draw Eugene within 4-1 and Ben Tikko added a goal in the third period for the final score.

Parazoo wins two

Alpine ski events

Sutherlin's Tory Parazoo won individual titles in both slalom and giant slalom at the 2006 Oregon Interscholastic Ski Race Assocation state championships at Mount Hood Ski bowl last weekend.

Parazoo bested a field of 106 Alpine skiers with the fastest overall times in both races. He clocked 1:21.81 for two slalom runs and 2:26.53 in two giant slalom races.

Churchill's Jesse Pierson was fifth in slalom and 11th in giant slalom to place fourth overall, while Pleasant Hill's Scotty Deletas finished seventh after placing eighth in giant slalom and 12th in slalom.

South Eugene's Matt Johnson and Will Mattson placed 21st and 23rd, respectively, while the Axemen were 15th in the team standings.

On the girls side, McKenzie's Ashley Miller was the top local finisher with a 15th-place performance. Miller was 12th in slalom and 18th in giant slalom.

Three area runners

entered in NACAC meet

Three distance runners with Oregon ties will compete in the second annual North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) cross country championships in Clermont, Fla., today.

This year's event will feature more than 140 athletes representing 16 national federations, including Bend's Max King, a member of Team XO, the Eugene-based post-collegiate track and field club.

King, who has recently recorded third-place finishes in the open men's 12K at the USA cross country championships and USA men's half-marathon championships, placed third in the NACAC senior men's 8K race last year.

Oregon recruit Andrew Acosta, the reigning Foot Locker national prep cross country champion, will compete in the junior men's 6K race, along with former Jesuit runner Michael Maag, who currently runs for Princeton University.

Castillo will issue ruling

in OSAA case Monday

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Susan Castillo is scheduled to issue a ruling on Monday regarding the Oregon School Activities Association classification and redistricting plan, state officials said Friday.

Castillo's ruling deals with responses by the Eugene School District, the Salem-Keizer School District and the OSAA to a proposed order written by a hearings officer two weeks ago that determined the OSAA violated state laws during its reclassification process.

May leads Ducks

to lacrosse victory

FARMVILLE, Va. - Jen May had three goals and three assists to lead Oregon to a 13-11 nonconference women's lacrosse victory over Davidson on Friday.

Alison Leiner added two goals and two assists for the Ducks (3-2).

OSU softball team

wins 21st straight game

FRESNO, Calif. - Adrienne Alo hit a two-run home run in the first inning to lead Oregon State to a 6-1 victory over Ball State in the Bulldog Classic college softball tournament Friday.

It was the 21st consecutive victory for the Beavers (21-2), just one short of the school record.

OSU routs New Mexico

for baseball victory

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Shea McFeely was 4-for-5 with two triples and four RBIs to lead 12th-ranked Oregon State to a 10-4 nonconference baseball victory over New Mexico (13-5) on Friday.

Bill Rowe was 4-for-4 with a double and a triple for OSU (11-4).

NCC women will play

for third place

TULSA, Okla. - Southern Virginia beat Northwest Christian College 68-48 in the semifinals of the USCAA national women's basketball tournament Thursday to send the Beacons into today's third-place game.
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