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Mustangs win in tournament

BELLEVUE, Wash. ­ Brian Fachet continued to wield the hot bat onSunday as the Medford Mustangs completed a disappointing run in the VernBean Classic base-ball tournament with a 6-4 victory over Curtis BaseballClub.

Fachet, who hit a two-run homer Saturday, blasted his 11th home run ofthe season Sunday, hitting a two-run shot that capped a four-run fifth inningand provided the margin of victory for Medford (30-5). He went 3-for-4 onthe day and hit an RBI double in the fourth.

The Mustangs, who won the tour-nament last year, failed to advance totoday's championship round be-cause of two losses Saturday. They finishedthird in their division of pool play.

Against Curtis, K.C. Rumrey made his first pitching appearance in a month,striking out six and walking six in five innings for the win.

Kevin Follett and Rich Dorman had RBI doubles for the Mustangs, whileteammate Shawn Walker drove in a run with a sacrifice fly.

The Mustangs return to Zone 4 action Tuesday when they entertain EugenePepsi in a 6 p.m. doubleheader at Miles Field.

KENNEWICK 5, NORTH JACKSON 2 ­ At Kennewick, Wash., the North JacksonRoyals gave up three runs in the top of the seventh inning before registeringan out and lost to Kennewick in the champion-ship game of the eight-teamDusters' Bowl Tournament.

The Royals (22-10) made two errors, gave up three hits and a walk beforegetting an out in the seventh as the Dusters took control for good.

Mike Newmann had an RBI single for North Jackson, which struggled againstKennewick starter John Goodman. Goodman finished with nine strikeouts andjust one walk.


OREGON CITY ­ Erica Brosterhous' potential game-tying free throwrimmed out and the Southern Oregon all-stars lost 54-53 to OGDL of Los Angeleson Sunday in the 64-team Oregon City girls basketball tournament.

Brosterhous finished with 11 points and was the player of the game. CarynRoss lead Southern Oregon with 15 points, while Dolinda Meeker added nine.Southern Oregon plays Golden State of Oakland for eighth place today.


Mark DeBoer and Dave Boals combined for a two-day score of 6-under-par134 to win the Rogue Valley Insurance Chapman Golf Tournament, which concludedSun-day at Cedar Links Golf Club.

Brad Bills and Kelly Rafmussen tied for second place at 137 with DougOlson and Jerry Anderson.

In the net division, Al Hartwell and Rob Hartwell were the winners witha score of 124.

Chapman gross

1, Mark DeBoer-Dave Boals 134 2 (tie), Brad Bills-Kelly Rafmussen andDoug Olson-Jerry Anderson 137; 4, Sean Gorg-Ron Gorg 140; 5, Bryan Schlasky-SteveWood 142; 6 (tie), Ken Dealy-Bob Harrell and Glenn Clark and Bob Cox 143.

Chapman net

1, Al Hartwell-Rob Hartwell 124; 2, Bill Maentz-Todd Dixon 125; 3, DanDixon-Terry Anderson 126; 4, Steve Knutson-Terry Regan 127; 5 (tie), TimMort-Greg Sorenson and Al Raduski-Jim Falk 128; 7, Bill Berry-Sixto Rodriguez129.