Golf

Golf

Pamela Dillon used a 3-wood to drain a hole-in-one on the 119-yard fourth hole at Oak Knoll Golf Course on June 23.

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Gary McCoy made his first hole-in-one on June 21 at Laurel Hill Golf Course. The ace came on the 150-yard third hole.

George Young, Matt Sheridan and Mike Stanley witnessed the shot.

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Calvin Cheng sank his first hole-in-one from 154 yards out with a 7-iron on the fourth hole at Quail Point Golf Course on June 23.

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Travis Treadway hit his first hole-in-one on June 24 on the seventh hole at Bear Creek Golf Course during a junior tournament. His shot took a couple of bounces, hit the pin and found the cup.

His playing partners, Austin Jeandin, Andrew Reyoso and Walker Woodman, witnessed the shot.

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Ward Bebb aced the ninth hole at the Rogue Valley Country Club with a 25 degree Hybrid on June 3.

Bruce Niles, Doug Burwell and Steve Hess were present for the shot.

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Gary Korepta knocked in a hole-in-one on the 13th hole with his 7-iron at the Rogue Valley Country Club.

There for the feat were Jerry Henkle, Mike Gallagher, Kermit Scott and Tim Darland.

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Todd Kotler notched his first ace on June 27 at Stone Ridge Golf Course. It came on the 12th hole from 174 yards out with a 6-iron.

The shot was witnessed by playing partners Minor Matthews, Ken Lightheart and Jack Follett.

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Jason Browne made his first hole-in-one on the 130-yard second hole at Stone Ridge Golf Course on June 27.

Browne's playing partners Ric Vangrehysen and Ricky Vangrehysen were present for the ace.

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Shelly Anderson sank a hole-in-one from 129 yards out with a 5-iron on the eighth hole at Eagle Point Golf Club on June 28.

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Dean Weitman recorded an ace on the 107-yard 15th hole at Eagle Point Golf Club on June 29.

Playing partners Larry Ryerson and M. McClain witnessed the shot.

Softball

North Medford's 14U fastpitch team won the eight-team Junior Eagle Classic in Eagle Point for the second straight year by posting a 6-0 record this past Saturday and Sunday.

North Medford beat Klamath Falls Extreme 6-3 in the championship game.

Maryssa Becker posted a 4-0 pitching record with 28 strikeouts and was 7-for-17 at the plate, while Joci Ellis went 12-for-23 and Katie Williamson was 10-for-19 with eight RBIs.