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UO single-game tickets go on sale.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Single-game football tickets for five of Oregon football's seven home games for the 2011 season will go on sale at 10 p.m. Thursday at goducks.com.

A limited number of single reserved seats and obstructed view tickets could remain for home games against Cal on Oct. 6, Arizona State on Oct. 15, and Washington State on Oct. 29.

Seats for nonconference games against Nevada on Sept. 10 cost $58 and Missouri State on Sept. 17 costs $35.

Reserved tickets for the Thursday night California game are $81, with the Arizona State and Washington State games costing $76 each.

Tickets can be bought in person at the Autzen Stadium South Ticket Building and by phone (541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT) beginning at 9 a.m. Friday including reserved tickets for four of Oregon's five road games.

Standing room-only tickets will go on sale at a later date for any sold-out home game.

WVBA teams have mixed results at tournaments

SEATTLE - WVBA Selects Silver beat Sagebrush Hoops Northwest, 49-36, to win its bracket of the Midsummer Night's Madness Nationals and play in the semifinal today. Carmen Wright had 16 points to lead the team.

WVBA Selects Black lost 72-31 to Cal Swish Black at the Southern California Classic in Anaheim. Karissa Harbick had 10 points. In the team's second game, it beat Mayfair High, 54-30, led by Kaylee Peck's 14 points. The Black team will play for the championship in their division today.

At the same tournament, WVBA Selects White won its first game, 60-42, playing San Diego Sol Black, led by Kyrsha Witherspoon's 10 points, before beating CV Swish Blue, 46-28 later in the day.

OSU teammates tie for top at PNGA Amateur

BEND - Oregon State University teammates David Fink and Matt Rawitzer finished qualifying tied at 7-under 137 to force a playoff for medalist honors at the PNGA men's amateur championship at Tetherow on Tuesday. Fink made a birdie on the first playoff hole to earn medalist honors and the top seed going into match play. They will advance with the top 64 players out of stroke play to match play beginning today.

Fink made eight birdies to come from two shots back of first-day leader Chris Williams. Another OSU teammate, Nick Sherwood, was fourth with a 72, four shots back overall.

Other local players to advance include Oregon's Robbie Ziegler, fifth with a 68 for 142; teammate Andrew Vijarro, who shot a 71-76-147; OSU's Alex Moore at 73-75-148; Blue River's Casey King at 77-72-149, and former South Eugene golfer Bobby Monaco at 74-77-151.
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Title Annotation:Regional Roundup
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Jul 13, 2011
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