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Holmes tourney

slated next Saturday

The Alan Holmes Scholarship Golf Tournament is next Saturday at noon at Rogue Valley Country Club.

The event, open to men and women, is a two-person scramble. There are prizes in gross and net divisions.

Entry fee is $75 per person, and includes dinner. Entry forms are available at local golf courses.

The tourney is held each year to raise monies for the Alan Holmes Scholarship Fund. In eight years, the fund has grown to more than $80,000. It has awarded nine college scholarships valued at $8,500 for this school year.

skating event

Sunday at The RRRink

The first annual Southern Oregon Ice Skating Institute Competition will be Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at The RRRink.

The event is admission free.

For more information, call The RRRink at 770-1153.

Valley softball

outfit captures title

An all-star girls softball team from the Rogue Valley won the championship at the Julie Smith Gold Medal Fall Classic in Reno, Nev., last weekend.

The ASA fastpitch team, known as the Southern Oregon Black N' Blue, won all six of its games by a combined score of 37-4.

Southern Oregon defeated USA Glory of Sonoma, Calif., 5-2 in the championship game. An extraordinary catch in the outfield by Rachel Baker helped to seal the win.

Pitchers Jenni Bittle, Janelle Cristofara and Mallorie Hoover all had strong outings in the tournament. Cristofara also homered in Southern Oregon's quarterfinal victory over the Napa (Calif.) Express.

wins in

All-Stars bowling

KLAMATH FALLS

-- There were some outstanding bowling performances in the second of eight Southern Oregon All-Stars bowling tournaments Sunday at Hanscams' Bowling Center.

But when all the pins stopped falling it was Medford's Chuck Eilenberger at the top.

Eilenberger recorded his sixth career S.O. All-Stars triumph when he defeated Randy Cochran of Grants Pass 279 to 214 in the championship game of the stepladder finals.

Eilenberger rolled one of three 300 games in the tournament. It was the 15th sanctioned perfect game for the veteran Medford bowler. Greg Hafner of Grants Pass and Bill Brickey of Medford also produced 300 games.

Brian Tinsley of Klamath Falls registered an 800 series, including a 290 game.

In the stepladder finals, Eilenberger defeated Jesse Dobson 233-190, Hafner 247-205 and, to advance to the title match, Brickey 234-217.

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

1, Chuck Eilenberger, Medford, $525; 2, Randy Cochran, Grants Pass, $375; 3, Bill Brickey, Medford, $325; 4, Greg Hafner, Grants Pass, $275; 5, Jesse Dobson, Bend, $250; 6, David Warrick, North Bend, $220; 7, Steve Mead, Ashland, $195; 8, Brian Tinsley, Klamath Falls, $175; 9, Ric Donnelly, Roseburg, $160; 10, Blaise Bedolla, Roseburg, $150; 11, Guy Sutherlin, Grants Pass, $145; 12, Andy Magerle, Medford, $140; 13, (tie) Greg Newtson, Klamath Falls, and Jeff Cox, Klamath Falls, $132.50; 15, Bob Busby, Medford, $125; 16, Rick McCrea, Coos Bay, $120; 17, Kevin Rhodes, Myrtle Creek, $100; 18, Bart Worrell, Klamath Falls, $91.

hoops

sign-ups are under way

Sign-ups are under way for winter 5-on-5 basketball at Superior Gym and Fitness.

Play begins Nov. 28.

Leagues will be held in upper, lower, recreational and 40-and-over divisions.

Games will be played on Sundays and Wednesdays for the upper league, Sundays and Mondays for the lower and recreational leagues and Wednesdays and Thursdays for the 40-and-over league.

Superior members don't have to pay fees. The cost to non-members is $36 per player.

For more information, call Manny Crump at 774-1070 or 734-9709.

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Super Seniors tourney

A Super Seniors golf tournament will be held on Monday at StoneRidge Golf Club in Eagle Point.

Competitors must be 60 years old or older. Entry fee is $15.

The format for the tourney is a two-man best ball with two flights based on combined handicap for the scoring.

Tee time is 10 a.m.

Prizes go to gross and net winners. There will also be putting and closest-to-the-pin contests.

Olympics honor

Southern Oregonians

Three Southern Oregon residents were recently honored for participation in Special Olympics Oregon at the group's annual volunteer recognition banquet.

Howard Zelich, David Andrews and the Sewell family each walked away with the top honors for Southern Oregon.

Zelich was named outstanding coach of the year for his exploits in soccer, basketball, volleyball and golf.

Andrews was recognized as athlete of the year for his efforts in alpine skiing, culminating in a near-perfect run at the State Winter Games.

The Sewell family of Sharon, Rick, Patrick and Katie were honored as outstanding family of the year. They have attended six of the seven Special Olympics Family Camps, and last year cooked a holiday meal for all of the athletes and coaches in the swimming program.