Dietl notches first 300 game
Two years after coming within a pin of perfection, Medford's Don Dietlgot his first 300 game Thursday night at Medford Lanes.
Dietl's perfect game came in Supermixed Reno League play. Dietl, whocarries a 193 average, added game of 190 and 201 for a 691 series.
In recognition of his feat, Dietl, who has been bowling for 15 years,earned a ring from the American Bowling Congress (ABC). He also earned awatch from ABC for bowling a game 100 points above his average.
Olmstead nabs five-mile win
MOUNT SHASTA, Calif. Medford's Dan Olmstead won the 18th AnnualMountain Runners Fourth of July Walk/Run on Friday.
Olmstead covered the five-mile course in Mount Shasta in 25 minutes,47 seconds, just 20 seconds off the course record. He competed in the 20-29age group.
Olmstead won the Providence-Mail Tribune 10K in May and finished secondin the Pear Blossom 10-mile run in April.
North slates boys hoop camp
Advanced elementary and high school boys basketball players are invitedto a basketball skills camp at North Medford High School. The first sessionis Monday through Thursday; the second is July 14-17.
The fee for week one is $20 and the fee for week two is $35. For information,call Andy Pierson at 776-3448.
Colts, Hawks divide twin bill
The South Medford Colts split an American Legion A doubleheader withthe Klamath Falls Hawks on Thursday at South Medford High.
The Colts, who are 8-10-1, 3-7 in Zone 4 play, rallied from a 6-0 deficitto take the lead 8-7 in the fifth inning of the opener. But Klamath Fallstied the game in the sixth and won it 9-8 with a run in the ninth.
In the nightcap, Graham Foster and Ryan Bock both had a pair of doublesand drove in two runs to power the Colts to a 6-2 win in a game called afterfive innings because of darkness. Bock went 3-for-3 and Foster, who wasthe winning pitcher, went 2-for-2.