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Basketball

SPRING 5-ON-5 LEAGUES ' Manny's Basketball Association. April 5-June 7. Registration deadline is April 3. Maximum of eight teams in each league. First-come, first-served registration. Leagues are: adult upper and lower; 35-and-over; women; high school; 7th-8th grade; 5th-6th grade; 3rd-4th grade. Free-agent list available. Call Manny at 734-9709.

SPRING WOMEN'S LEAGUE ' The Rogue Valley YMCA is taking registration for its spring women's league. The season begins April — and ends May 29. Cost is &

36;250 per team. Dues must be paid by March 28. Call David Douglas at 772-6295.

YMCA ' The Rogue Valley Family YMCA is taking registration for its 7-12 grade boys and girls basketball league. Games begin Saturday. Registration ends Friday. For more information call 772-6295 (ext. 215).

Football

BEAVER BREAKFAST ' March 19, 7:30 a.m., Red Lion Hotel. Cost is &

36;15. RSVP by March 17. New football coach Mike Riley will be available via speakerphone. Call 245-3123 or e-mail Nathan.pine@oregonstate.edu to RSVP.

YMCA PEE WEE ' The Rogue Valley Family YMCA will begin taking registrations for Pee Wee flag football Monday. For first- and second-grade girls and boys. Season is April 26-May 31 and costs &

36;15 for YMCA members, &

36;30 for non-members. Call Wes Towne or David Douglas at 772-6295.

CENTRAL POINT POP WARNER ' Organizational meeting and early sign-ups Thursday at Scenic Middle School in Room 701 from 7-9 p.m. Sign-ups are for ages 7-11. Cost is &

36;100. Call Mike Johnson at 855-1503 or David Martin at 664-1400.

Golf

NORTH MEDFORD TOURNAMENT ' Fund-raiser for Black Tornado baseball. April 6, Cedar Links Golf Course, 10 a.m. Cost &

36;55 per person or &

36;220 per four-man team. Check-in is 9 a.m. Call Mark Williamson at 734-3241 or Mike Running at 732-1783.

HELMET TOURNAMENT ' The Helmets' open tournament May 17 at Cedar Links. Former players, opponents, friends and families welcome. Format is four-man scramble. Cost is &

36;50 and includes green fees, cart and barbecue. Call Jay Klemp at 664-5324.

LAUREL HILL LADIES CLUB ' Will meet March 31 at 10 a.m. for sign-ups and potluck brunch with golf to follow. Tournament year starts April 7. Call 474-9712, 899-1489 or 846-6468.

LADIES TWILIGHT GOLF ASSOCIATION ' Season kicks off March 18 with a Post Patty's Party at the Bella Union restaurant in Jacksonville. No-host cocktails begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner to follow. Cost: &

36;10. Women of all abilities with an interest in golf are invited to attend. LTGA tees off at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at Cedar Links, beginning April 8. RSVP for dinner by March 11. Contact: Marlene Cash, 776-1211, or Marie Resler, 899-5222.

DAY ON THE GREEN TOURNAMENT ' Eighth annual tournament to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. April 6 at Stewart Meadows Golf Course, with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Blind draw, five-man scramble teams. Auction, barbecue and raffle at Pier 21 immediately following. Cost: &

36;35 per person, sign-up at Pier 21. Contact: Terry or Mac, 776-3263.

Hockey

ROBBY GLANTZ POWER SKATING CLINIC ' At The Rrrink, April 28-30. Ages 5-10 from 5:15-6:15 p.m. with cost of &

36;85. Ages 11-14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with cost of &

36;115. Ages 15-up from 8:45-10:45 p.m. with cost of &

36;115. Skaters must be able to skate forward and backward in full gear. Each group limited to 35 participants. Registration deadline is April 7. Call 770-117 or visit Web site at or LEAGUE PLAY '

At The Rrrink, adult league and in-house leagues. Adult play through April 27; games at 5:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.; cost &

36;200 per player, &

36;125 for goalies. Practice days Monday and Thursday, games Saturday; cost &

36;140. Call 770-1177 or visit for sign-up information.

Ice Skating

THE RRRINK LEARN-TO-SKATE PROGRAM ' Lessons offered for ages — through adult. Group size limited to 10 students per instructor. &

36;70 for six-week session ages 6-adult (&

36;80 if not pre-paid and registered); &

36;50 for six-week session ages 3-5 (&

36;60 if not pre-paid). Six-week sessions include six half-hour group lessons, 15 minutes of practice prior to each lesson and free admission to one public session on day of class. Call Tami Kuechel, skating director, at 770-1177.

Running

PEAR BLOSSOM RUN ' Registrations are available for the Mayor's mile, 2-mile, 5K and 10-mile runs. Final registration closes Saturday. Forms are available in Medford at the visitor's bureau, YMCA, Parks & Recreation at City Hall, RVMC and at the mall. In Ashland and Grants Pass at each city's respective visitor's bureau, YMCA and Parks & Recreation.

SHAMROCK RUN ' Saturday, at Crater High, 9 a.m. Includes 5- and 10-kilometer races. Cost is &

36;5 (&

36;14 with T-shirt) if pre-registered and &

36;8 on race day (7:30-8:30 a.m.). All divisions including wheel chair. Sponsored by Southern Oregon Sizzlers. Call Mike Barrett at 779-1214.

Rowing

ASHLAND ROWING CLUB ' Learn about rowing at the free introductory afternoon Sunday from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the Ashland Middle School. For more information call 482-5998 or go online at Ashlandrowingclub.org.

Softball

ROGUE VALLEY SENIOR SOFTBALL ' Slow-pitch team being organized to compete in the 70-plus League. To be eligible, players must be age 69 this calendar year. Contact: Tony Scafani, 772-3048.