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HORSE RACING

Pimlico Breeders' Cup Distaff Handicap, ESPN2 ...12:30 p.m.

Black-Eyed Susan Stakes and The Very One Stakes, ESPN ...2 p.m.

GOLF

PGA Tour: The Colonial, Fox Sports Net ...1 p.m.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR Winston Cup: Winston Open qualifying, FX ...4 p.m.

NASCAR Winston Cup: Winston Open practice, FX ...6 p.m.

BOXING

Oscar Larios vs. Israel Vazquez, ESPN2 ...6 p.m.

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Atlanta at Colorado, TBS ...6 p.m.

This Week In Sports

Today

COLLEGE BASEBALL - Washington at Oregon State, 5 p.m.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL - NCAA TOURNAMENT: Oregon State v Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m., Iowa City, Iowa.

AUTO RACING - Cottage Grove Speedway (Super dirt late models, sportsman two-day challenge - mini sprints), 6:30 p.m.

MEN'S COLLEGE GOLF - Oregon at NCAA West Regional Championships, Albuquerque, N.M.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - Portland Fire v Northwest Christian College Men, Willamette High School, 6 p.m.

Prep Schedule

Today

BOYS TENNIS

CLASS 4A - State championships at Tualatin Hills Tennis Center, 8 a.m.

CLASS 3A/2A/1A - State championships at Timberhill Tennis Club, Corvallis, 8:30 a.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

CLASS 4A - State championships at Portland Tennis Center, 8 a.m.

CLASS 3A/2A/1A - State championships at Timberhill Tennis Club, Corvallis, 8:30 a.m.

BASEBALL

CLASS 4A STATE PLAYOFFS - Newberg v Churchill, Civic Stadium, 5 p.m.

BIG FIR PLAYOFFS - AT ROSEBURG'S LEGION FIELD: Yoncalla v Riddle, 6 p.m. Winner v Umpqua Valley Christian, 8 p.m.

NONLEAGUE - Philomath at Marist, 5 p.m.

SOFTBALL

BIG FIR PLAYOFFS - AT ROSEBURG'S STEWART PARK: Glendale v North Douglas, 3 p.m. Winner v Yoncalla, 5 p.m.

NONLEAGUE - Elmira at Marist, 5 p.m.

TRACK AND FIELD

CLASS 2A - State championships at Western Oregon University, Monmouth, noon

VAL-CO - District meet at Yamhill-Carlton, 2 p.m.

MIDWESTERN - District meet at Silke Field, 3 p.m.

FAR WEST - District meet at Siuslaw, 1 p.m.

The Latest Line

NBA Playoffs

SATURDAY'S GAME

Favorite Points Underdog

SACRAMENTO 2 La Lakers

SUNDAY'S GAME

Favorite Points Underdog

NEW JERSEY 3 1/2 Boston

Baseball

TODAY'S GAMES

National League

Favorite Odds Underdog

MILWAUKEE Even-6 Chicago Cubs

HOUSTON 8 1/2 -9 1/2 Pittsburgh

ST. LOUIS 6-7 Cincinnati

Atlanta 6-7 COLORADO

ARIZONA 6 1/2 -7 1/2 Philadelphia

Ny Mets Even-6 SAN DIEGO

LOS ANGELES 6-7 Montreal

SAN FRANCISCO 7 1/2 -8 1/2 Florida

American League

Favorite Odds Underdog

BOSTON Even-6 Seattle

CLEVELAND 5 1/2 -6 1/2 Kansas City

NY YANKEES 10-12 Minnesota

TORONTO Even-6 Oakland

BALTIMORE 7-8 Tampa Bay

Texas Even-6 DETROIT

Anaheim 5 1/2 -6 1/2 CHI WHITE SOX

Home Team in CAPS

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Thursday's Transactions

Baseball

AMERICAN LEAGUE

CHICAGO WHITE SOX - Signed OF Damon Buford and OF Brooks Kieshnick to minor-league contracts.

CLEVELAND INDIANS - Named Buddy Bell special minor league consultant.

DETROIT TIGERS - Acquired 3B Chris Truby from the Montreal Expos for INF-OF Jose Macias.

MINNESOTA TWINS - Promoted RHP Josmir Romero and LHP J.C. Contreras to Fort Myers of the FSL. Assigned RHP Sandy Tejada and LHP Jason Miller to Quad City of the Midwest League.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Activated OF Shannon Stewart from the 15-day disabled list.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS - Activated 1B Erubiel Durazo from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Alex Cintron to Tucson of the PCL.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS - Recalled RHP Brian Mallette from Indianapolis of the International League.

SAN DIEGO PADRES - Placed 1B Phil Nevin on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 12. Purchased the contract of INF Alex Pelaez and RHP Kevin Pickford from Portland of the PCL. Optioned infielder Cesar Crespo to Portland. Transferred LHP Jose Nunez and RHP Matt DeWitt from the 15-day to the 60-day DL.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

COLUMBUS CLIPPERS - Fired manager Brian Butterfield. Named Frank Howard interim manager.

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

COLORADO SPRINGS SKY SOX - Announced INF Ron Merrill was assigned to the team from Salem of the Carolina League, and RHP Chandler Martin and INF Javier Colina were assigned to the team from Carolina of the Southern League. Sent RHP Ryan Cameron and RHP Jase Wrigley to Carolina.

SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS - Placed SS Mark Ellis and RHP Allen Levrault on the disabled list. Activated OF Michael Warner from the disabled list. Assigned OF Gary Thomas to Modesto of the California League. Signed INF F.P. Santangelo.

Basketball

WNBA

MIAMI SOL - Waived G Kisha Ford.

UTAH STARZZ - Waived G Erica Routt.

Football

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

CINCINNATI BENGALS - Signed WR Chris Archie to a two-year contract.

HOUSTON TEXANS - Signed OL Max Lane.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS - Signed RB Moe Williams.

Hockey

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

DETROIT RED WINGS - Signed F Henrik Zetterberg to a three-year contract.

ST. LOUIS BLUES - Announced the retirement of assistant coach Jimmy Roberts.

HORSE RACING

NEW YORK RACING ASSOCIATION - Fined trainer Billy Mott $1,000 and suspended him for 15 days for the finding of a prohibited drug in the post race urine of Sweet Charity, after a race on January 4, 2002.

College

CENTRAL FLORIDA - Names Tom Schuberth men's assistant basketball coach.

COLGATE - Named Jenna Panatier women's volleyball coach.

DUKE - Promoted Whitney Greene to men's and women's associate head coach and associate director of aquatics.

IDAHO - Promoted assistant women's soccer coach Royce Busey to coach.

MONTANA STATE-NORTHERN - Named Shawn Huse men's basketball coach.

NORTH ILLINOIS - Announced the retirement of Jack Pheanis, men's golf coach, to become director of special projects and golf coach emeritus.

NOTRE DAME - Named Janusz Bednarski men's and women's fencing coach.

PHILADELPHIA - Named Tony Berich assistant director of athletics for media relations and Jody Roberts men's assistant soccer coach.

PLYMOUTH STATE - Announced the resignation of Keith Byrnes, men's soccer coach, to become soccer coach at Frostburg State.

PRESBYTERIAN - Named Leigh Irwin women's basketball coach.

ST. JOSEPH'S, IND. - Named Linc Darner men's basketball coach.

TENNESSEE TECH - Named DeWayne Alexander assistant football coach.

UC SANTA BARBARA - Announced the resignation of Kristen Gillespie, women's assistant basketball coach.

WINSTON-SALEM - Named Gregory Richardson football defensive coordinator.

YOUNGSTOWN STATE - Named Dolph Carroll men's assistant basketball coach.

LPGA Tour

At North Augusta, S.C.

$1.25 MILLION ASAHI

RYOKUKEN INTERNATIONAL

(6,455-yard, par-72 Mount Vintage Plantation GC)

FIRST ROUND

Laura Davies ... 34-33-67 -5

Grace Park ... 34-35-69 -3

Janice Moodie ... 35-35-70 -2

Carin Koch ... 34-36-70 -2

Jeong Jang ... 37-33-70 -2

Dawn Coe-Jones ... 35-35-70 -2

Kim Williams ... 36-35-71 -1

Mi Hyun Kim ... 34-37-71 -1

A.J. Eathorne ... 36-35-71 -1

Yu Ping Lin ... 36-35-71 -1

Danielle Ammaccapane ... 34-37-71 -1

Rosie Jones ... 35-36-71 -1

Emilee Klein ... 37-34-71 -1

Stephanie Keever ... 34-37-71 -1

Kim Saiki ... 35-36-71 -1

Shiho Katano ... 36-36-72 E

Catrin Nilsmark ... 36-36-72 E

Joanne Morley ... 35-37-72 E

Kristi Albers ... 37-35-72 E

Angela Buzminski ... 33-39-72 E

Tammie Green ... 34-38-72 E

Wendy Doolan ... 36-36-72 E

Dorothy Delasin ... 38-34-72 E

Heather Bowie ... 37-35-72 E

Wendy Ward ... 36-36-72 E

Jenna Daniels ... 34-38-72 E

Siew-Ai Lim ... 36-36-72 E

Leslie Spalding ... 36-36-72 E

Cathy Johnston-Forbes ... 36-36-72 E

Catriona Matthew ... 38-34-72 E

Annika Sorenstam ... 36-36-72 E

Johanna Head ... 34-39-73 +1

Karen Stupples ... 37-36-73 +1

Beth Bauer ... 35-38-73 +1

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc ... 35-38-73 +1

Hee-Won Han ... 35-38-73 +1

Laurie Brower ... 37-36-73 +1

Marnie McGuire ... 36-37-73 +1

Sally Dee ... 36-37-73 +1

Betsy King ... 35-38-73 +1

Jill McGill ... 37-36-73 +1

Kris Lindstrom ... 37-36-73 +1

Michelle Ellis ... 38-35-73 +1

Audra Burks ... 37-37-74 +2

Cristie Kerr ... 38-36-74 +2

Anna Acker-Macosko ... 37-37-74 +2

Dodie Mazzuca ... 36-38-74 +2

Karen Pearce ... 36-38-74 +2

Natascha Fink ... 37-37-74 +2

Kris Tschetter ... 35-39-74 +2

Patricia Baxter-Johnson ... 36-38-74 +2

Fiona Pike ... 35-39-74 +2

Leta Lindley ... 35-39-74 +2

Jackie Gallagher-Smith ... 39-35-74 +2

Candie Kung ... 38-36-74 +2

Shani Waugh ... 38-36-74 +2

Mayumi Nakajima ... 37-37-74 +2

Val Skinner ... 37-37-74 +2

Annette DeLuca ... 37-37-74 +2

Donna Andrews ... 36-38-74 +2

Sara Sanders ... 36-38-74 +2

Laurel Kean ... 36-38-74 +2

Tonya Gill ... 38-37-75 +3

Brandie Burton ... 39-36-75 +3

Luciana Bemvenuti ... 37-38-75 +3

Clarissa Childs ... 37-38-75 +3

Kathryn Marshall ... 38-37-75 +3

Amy Fruhwirth ... 36-39-75 +3

Tracy Hanson ... 36-39-75 +3

Sherri Turner ... 35-40-75 +3

Nancy Scranton ... 37-38-75 +3

Ara Koh ... 39-36-75 +3

Karen Weiss ... 36-39-75 +3

Mitzi Edge ... 36-39-75 +3

Jung Yeon Lee ... 38-37-75 +3

Tina Fischer ... 36-39-75 +3

Jean Bartholomew ... 38-37-75 +3

Kristal Parker-Manzo ... 39-39-78 +6

PGA Tour

At Fort Worth, Texas

$4.3 MILLION COLONIAL

(7,080-yard, par-70 Colonial Country Club)

FIRST ROUND

Bob Estes ... 32-33-65 -5

Esteban Toledo ... 32-35-67 -3

Scott Verplank ... 34-33-67 -3

Steve Jones ... 35-32-67 -3

Bob Tway ... 34-33-67 -3

Brandt Jobe ... 34-33-67 -3

Frank Lickliter II ... 33-34-67 -3

Joel Edwards ... 33-34-67 -3

David Duval ... 36-31-67 -3

Steve Lowery ... 35-32-67 -3

Bob Burns ... 36-32-68 -2

Vijay Singh ... 32-36-68 -2

Tom Watson ... 33-35-68 -2

Per-Ulrik Johansson ... 33-35-68 -2

Peter Lonard ... 33-35-68 -2

Steve Flesch ... 32-36-68 -2

Joey Sindelar ... 35-33-68 -2

Carl Paulson ... 35-33-68 -2

Mark Brooks ... 33-35-68 -2

Jeff Maggert ... 34-34-68 -2

Corey Pavin ... 35-33-68 -2

Billy Andrade ... 36-32-68 -2

Skip Kendall ... 34-34-68 -2

Jay Haas ... 35-34-69 -1

K.J. Choi ... 36-33-69 -1

Jesper Parnevik ... 35-34-69 -1

Jerry Kelly ... 35-34-69 -1

Olin Browne ... 34-35-69 -1

Glen Day ... 37-32-69 -1

Brandel Chamblee ... 33-36-69 -1

Hal Sutton ... 34-35-69 -1

Lee Janzen ... 35-34-69 -1

Nick Price ... 35-34-69 -1

Matt Gogel ... 34-35-69 -1

Phil Tataurangi ... 36-34-70 E

John Rollins ... 33-37-70 E

Jeff Sluman ... 34-36-70 E

Loren Roberts ... 36-34-70 E

Justin Leonard ... 34-36-70 E

Ian Leggatt ... 34-36-70 E

Billy Mayfair ... 34-36-70 E

John Cook ... 35-35-70 E

Stuart Appleby ... 34-36-70 E

Kenny Perry ... 33-37-70 E

John Huston ... 33-37-70 E

Kirk Triplett ... 36-34-70 E

Scott McCarron ... 36-34-70 E

Jose Coceres ... 35-35-70 E

Davis Love III ... 34-36-70 E

Brian Gay ... 37-33-70 E

Jay Don Blake ... 35-36-71 +1

Craig Parry ... 37-34-71 +1

Duffy Waldorf ... 35-36-71 +1

Brad Faxon ... 37-34-71 +1

Tom Lehman ... 37-34-71 +1

Mike Weir ... 34-37-71 +1

Neal Lancaster ... 33-38-71 +1

Cameron Beckman ... 35-36-71 +1

David Toms ... 34-37-71 +1

Brett Quigley ... 35-36-71 +1

Briny Baird ... 35-36-71 +1

Dan Pohl ... 36-35-71 +1

PETER JACOBSEN ... 36-36-72 +2

Paul Stankowski ... 32-40-72 +2

Brent Geiberger ... 35-37-72 +2

Rocco Mediate ... 35-37-72 +2

Chris DiMarco ... 38-34-72 +2

Mark O'Meara ... 37-35-72 +2

Kevin Sutherland ... 35-37-72 +2

Tom Pernice, Jr. ... 37-35-72 +2

Brian Watts ... 39-33-72 +2

J.J. Henry ... 39-33-72 +2

Rod Pampling ... 35-37-72 +2

David Frost ... 35-37-72 +2

J.L. Lewis ... 38-34-72 +2

Greg Chalmers ... 34-38-72 +2

Pat Perez ... 34-38-72 +2

Shigeki Maruyama ... 37-35-72 +2

Ben Crenshaw ... 35-37-72 +2

Stewart Cink ... 38-34-72 +2

Craig Stadler ... 39-33-72 +2

David Peoples ... 36-36-72 +2

Chad Campbell ... 35-37-72 +2

Greg Kraft ... 38-35-73 +3

Harrison Frazar ... 36-37-73 +3

Jonathan Byrd ... 36-37-73 +3

Rory Sabbatini ... 37-36-73 +3

Jim Furyk ... 37-36-73 +3

Fulton Allem ... 38-35-73 +3

Robert Allenby ... 36-37-73 +3

Garrett Willis ... 36-37-73 +3

Tim Herron ... 38-35-73 +3

Mike Sposa ... 35-38-73 +3

Dudley Hart ... 33-40-73 +3

Jim Carter ... 37-36-73 +3

Phil Mickelson ... 37-36-73 +3

Jonathan Kaye ... 39-34-73 +3

Steve Pate ... 38-35-73 +3

Luke Donald ... 34-39-73 +3

WTA Tour

At Rome

$1.224 ITALIAN OPEN

THIRD ROUND - Serena Williams (4), United States, d Denisa Chladkova, Czech Republic, 6-1, 6-2. Justine Henin (5), Belgium, d Anne Kremer, Luxembourg, 6-2, 6-4. Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spain, d Anna Kournikova, Russia, 6-3, 6-2. Amelie Mauresmo (7), France, d Ai Sugiyama, Japan, 6-0, 6-2. Kim Clijsters (3), Belgium, d Tatiana Panova (16), Russia, 6-3, 6-7 (6), 6-1. Sandrine Testud (8), France, d Silvia Farina Elia (9), Italy, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. Anastasia Myskina, Russia, d Jelena Dokic (6), Yugoslavia, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3. Jennifer Capriati (2), United States, d Mary Pierce, France, 6-0, 6-0.

ATP Tour

At Hamburg, Germany

$2.578 MASTERS SERIES-HAMBURG

THIRD ROUND - Gustavo Kuerten (2), Brazil, d Guillermo Canas, Argentina, 7-5, 6-2 Max Mirnyi, Belarus, d Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 Roger Federer (11), Switzerland, d Adrian Voinea, Romania, 7-5, 6-4. Lleyton Hewitt (1), Australia, d Jiri Novak (14), Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-3 Julien Boutter, France, d Andy Roddick (13), United States, 6-3, 7-5. Maret Safin (6), Russia, d Juan Ignacio Chela, Argentina, 7-6 (6), 7-5. Tommy Robredo, Spain, d Tommy Haas (7), Germany, 6-4, 6-4. Stefan Koubek, Austria, d Younes el Aynaoui (16), Morocco, 7-6 (6), 6-2.

College

Albuquerque, N.M.

NCAA WEST REGIONAL

(7,368-yard, par-72 South Champions Course)

FIRST ROUND

TEAM - 1, Texas 285. 2, San Diego St. 289. 3, (tie) Fresno St.; Minnesota; UNLV 290. 6, Washington 291. 7, (tie) Arizona; Pepperdine 292. 9, New Mexico 293. 10, (tie) Pacific; USC 294. 12, Ohio State 295. 13, UCLA 296. 14, Texas Tech 298. 15, Nevada 299. 16, OREGON 300. 17, (tie) BYU; Illinois St. 301. 19, (tie) Detroit; Washington St. 302. 21, Stanford 303. 22, Arizona St. 304. 23, UC Irvine 307. 24, California 308. 25, Central Connecticut St. 313. 26, Colorado St. 314. 27, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis 315.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Jason Hartwick, Texas, 68. 2, (tie) Jason Allred, Pepperdine; Brandon Askew, UNLV; David Morgan, Minnesota, 69. 5, (TIE) AARON BYERS, OREGON; DAVID YARNES, OSU; Ricky Barnes, Arizona; Jonathon Echols, Fresno St.; Matt Hansen, Pacific; Dustin Smith; Fresno St.; Justin Smith, Minnesota; Russell Surber, Texas; J.J. Wall, Texas, 70.

OTHER OREGON FINISHERS - 77, (tie) John Ellis; Brandon Harnden 76. 105, (tie) Mike Sica; Chris Carnahan 78.

High School

Class 2A Coaches' Poll

Team Pts

1, Willamina (3) ... 66

2, Gold Beach (4) ... 65

3, Corbett ... 49

4, Regis ... 43

5, Dayton ... 38

6, Monroe ... 28

7, Pilot Rock ... 25

8, Yoncalla ... 20

9, North Douglas ... 15

10, Kennedy ... 11

ALSO RECEIVING VOTES - Santiam Christian 8, Harrisburg 7, Cascade Christian 3, Warrenton 3, Chiloquin 3, Heppner 3.

Hole-in-One

At Tokatee Golf Club

JOE BARSS of Medina, Wash., on the 116-yard 17th hole with an 8-iron. His third in 50 years of golfing.

College

NCAA Division I Regionals

THURSDAY'S RESULTS

SEED 1

At Columbia, S.C.

UCLA 3, Liberty 0

Georgia 2, Maryland-Baltimore County 1

South Carolina 2, Eastern Kentucky 1, 8 innings

Maryland-Baltimore County 7, Liberty 1, Liberty eliminated

SEED 2

At Minneapolis

Arizona 4, Boston University 1

DePaul 3, Penn State 1

Minnesota 2, Princeton 1

Penn State 5, Boston University 1, Boston University eliminated

SEED 3

At Lafayette, La.

LSU 3, Northwestern State 2, 10 innings

Arizona State 4, Mississippi State 1

Massachusetts 5, Louisiana-Lafayette 3, 13 innings

SEED 4

At Fresno, Calif.

Cal State Fullerton 3, Evansville 0

Stanford 7, Pacific 0

California 1, Fresno State 0

Pacific 6, Evansville 0, Evansville eliminated

SEED 5

At Norman, Okla.

Texas 4, Army 0

Oklahoma 6, Utah 0

Texas A&M 6, Arkansas 2

Army 2, Utah 1, Utah eliminated

SEED 6

At Ann Arbor, Mich.

Washington 8, Oakland, Mich. 0

Michigan 5, Canisius 0

SEED 7

At Iowa City, Iowa

Nebraska 1, Illinois-Chicago 0

Oregon State 1, Wisconsin 0

Notre Dame 3, Iowa 2

Illinois-Chicago 2, Wisconsin 0, Wisconsin eliminated

SEED 8

At Tallahassee, Fla.

Chattanooga 3, Florida Atlantic 0

Georgia Tech 3, Alabama 1, 10 innings

Florida State 2, Auburn 1

Florida Atlantic 2, Alabama 1, Alabama eliminated

PWBA Tour

At St. Clair Shores, Mich.

ST. CLAIR SHORES CLASSIC

1, Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y., 211 (1 game), $10,000. 2, Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., 404 (2 games), $5,500. 3, Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., 433 (2 games), $3,800. 4, Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Texas, 181 (1 game), $3,000. 5, Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., 170 (1 game), $2,500.

PLAYOFF RESULTS

MATCH ONE - Macpherson d Dorin-Ballard and Terrell 237-181-170. MATCH TWO - Adler d Macpherson 200-196. CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH - Feldman d Adler 211-204.

United States

THURSDAY'S RESULT

United States 5, Jamaica 0

SUNDAY'S GAME

United States vs. Netherlands at Foxboro, Mass., 11 a.m.

Sky-Em League All-Stars

FIRST TEAM - Pitchers: Alicia Cook, soph., Elmira; Lacey Wade, sr., Junction City; Caley Peterson, jr., Marist. Catchers: Lydia Foster, sr., Elmira; Taysa Price, sr., Pleasant Hill. Infielders: Chelsey Siltanen, sr., Marist; Alicia Campbell, sr., Elmira; Janet Freerks, jr., Pleasant Hill; Amy Croll, soph., Glide; Morgan Koons, soph., Marist. Outfielders: Stephanie Singer, jr., Marist; Katy Garcia, jr., Elmira; Tiffany Vaughn, sr., Junction City; Sasha Moore, sr., Junction City.

SECOND TEAM - Pitchers: Meghan Meyer, jr., Glide; Kayley Saxon, jr., Pleasant Hill; Andrea Sconce, freshman, Elmira. Catchers: Angela Thomas, soph., Glide; Mae Swisher, soph., Junction City. Infielders: Erica Boggs, sr., Elmira; Lindsey Smith, jr., Junction City; Shannon Stacy, soph., Marist; Kasey Sconce, jr., Elmira; Holly Onove, sr., Marist. Outfielders: Ashley Hayden, sr., La Pine; Kassi Smith, sr., Creswell; Amy Perkins, freshman, Marist; Tiffany George, soph., Sutherlin.

HONORABLE MENTION - Pitchers: Krissy Meier, jr., Glide; Ashley Taylor, jr., Creswell; Crystal Tait, sr., Sutherlin. Catchers: Melissa Ladd, jr., Cottage Grove; Kim Winslow, jr., Creswell; Betty McClellan, soph., Marist; Lanea Hyland, soph., Sutherlin. Infielders: Kristi Parks, sr., Junction City; Connie Farnsworth, sr., Pleasant Hill; Megan Gutierrez, sr., Pleasant Hill; Darci Williamson, jr., Creswell; Angela Cutright, soph., Cottage Grove; Makayla Weaver, jr., Sutherlin; Alisson Malone, jr. Glide; Sierra Russell, sr., La Pine; Shandi Isaacson, sr., La Pine. Outfielders: Danielle Mitchell, jr., Cottage Grove; Heather Roberts, jr., Cottage Grove.

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER - Chelsey Siltanen, Marist.

COACH OF THE YEAR - Pam Cook, Elmira.

SPORTSMANSHIP - La Pine.

High School

Sky-Em League All-Stars

FIRST TEAM - Catcher: David Fox, sr., Marist. Pitchers: Marshal Looney, sr., La Pine; Curt Neill, sr., Pleasant Hill; Dane Butler, sr., Marist. First base: Josh Brown, jr., Elmira. Infielders: Noah Breslaw, sr., Pleasant Hill; Chris Hendrix, sr., Marist; Sky Manon, sr., Glide; Tyler Norman, jr., Marist. Outfielders: Taylor Skinner, jr., Glide; Josh Breslaw, jr., Pleasant Hill; Ethan Puchaty, sr., Marist. Designated hitter: Sean Mascolo, sr., Marist. Utility: Barry Humphrey, sr., Pleasant Hill.

SECOND TEAM - Catcher: Jed Capouch, sr., Glide. Pitchers: Patrick Cooley, jr., Marist; Brandt Pederson, soph., Glide; Russ Walker, jr., Elmira. First base: Trenton Haselip, sr., La Pine. Infielders: Sean Martin, jr., Elmira; Nathan Morelock, sr., Cottage Grove; Keith McCracken, sr., Sutherlin; Nick Keith, sr., Pleasant Hill. Outfielders: Justin Martin, sr., Pleasant Hill; Brian Parnell, sr., Sutherlin; Jesse Hansen, sr., Marist. Designated hitter: Brandon Lee, jr., La Pine. Utility: Steven Gibbons, sr., Sutherlin.

HONORABLE MENTION - Catcher: Sonny Jones, soph., Sutherlin. Pitchers: Brad Morris, jr., Glide; Mike Bauman, jr., Junction City; Russ Blum, jr., Cottage Grove. Infielders: Kris Williams, jr., Cottage Grove; Scott Cole, sr., Junction City; Josh Martin, sr., Junction City; Michael Fowler, soph., Sutherlin. Outfielders - Nick Grillo, jr., Cottage Grove; Jon Paull, sr., Junction City; Travis Webster, jr., La Pine; Coley Long, sr., Elmira; Ryan Major, sr., Sutherlin. Designated hitter: Nathan Burden, sr., Junction City; Utility: Jason Wilborn, sr., La Pine.

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER - Marshal Looney, La Pine.

COACH OF THE YEAR - Phil Dube, Marist.

SPORTSMANSHIP - Pleasant Hill.
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