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The Ashland Rowing Club earned four gold medals, finished second overall and repeated as the top fundraising rowing club at the 16th annual Row for the Cure regatta Sunday in Portland.

Ashland shared second place with Washington's Vancouver Lake Crew and captured the Ed Offchiss trophy for the fourth consecutive year as the top fundraiser. The team raised $8,849 for the Oregon and Southwest Washington Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Ashland crews won the men's junior and masters' single sculls and the women's junior double and quadruple sculls.

In men's events, Tyler Sell won the junior single with a 5-kilometer time of 19:56.76, and Robert Lombardi won the masters' single in 18:43.84.

In women's events, Ashland completed the junior quadruple in 21:16.49 and the junior double in 22:28.04.

Other Ashland finishes included second in the women's masters' four with coxswain, second and third in the men's masters' quadruple sculls and third and seventh in the women's masters' eight.


Wayne Jones recorded his first hole-in-on on the seventh hole at Stewart Meadows Golf Course Thursday. The Central Point resident used a 7-wood from 140 yards.

Witnessing the ace were Floyd Jones, Neal Roberts and Tom Cook.