continued his successful season recently by winning the Southern Oregon All-Stars Grand Finals.
Lee, the No. 2 qualifier to the finals, defeated top seed Mike Shequin, 254-248, April 26-27 at Epicenter Bowling Center in Klamath Falls.
It was his second Grand Finals win in three years.
To get to the finals, Lee downed Harral Bobbert, 244-215.
In the first match of the finals, No. 4 seed Bobbert defeated No. 5 Bob Korth, 220-160, then downed No. — seed Jason Bieghler, 257-215.
— It was one of a number of victories for Lee during the 2002-03 season.
He won a doubles event in August with Marshall Holman, a masters tournament in October at Medford Lanes, two senior tournaments and the January All-Stars tourney in Roseburg.
Rosyne Gosch, 96, bowled games of 192 and 189 for a 507 series in the Spear Pickers League at Roxy Ann Lanes on May 1.
scored a hole-in-one on the 17th hole at Cedar Links Friday. Malmgren used an 8-iron on the 126-yard hole. It was witnessed by Norm Homeier, Mike Austin, Ron Reames, Rick Dent and Steve Davis.
made a hole-in-one Sunday at Rogue Valley Country Club, acing the 150-yard fourth hole with an 8-iron. The shot was witnessed by Dick Dunbar and Matt Smith.
Track and Field
Kristen Haga, an eighth-grader at Scenic Middle School, won the middle school mile at the University of Oregon Twilight track meet Saturday with a time of 5 minutes, 41 seconds.