Community Sports

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), June 5, 2006 | Go to article overview

Community Sports


Byline: The Register-Guard

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Co-captains Aaron Bell and David Berney Needleman led Ego, the University of Oregon Ultimate frisbee team, to a fifth-place finish in the club sport's national championship tournament last week in Columbus, Ohio. The UO squad, which won the regional qualifier a month ago when it downed Stanford 15-10 in the championship game, was eliminated by Stanford 15-11 in the national tournament's quarterfinal round. Needleman and Bell are among the seven players selected to the Northwest All-Region Team and Bell was a runner-up for the Callahan Award, the sport's highest collegiate honor.

NOTES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

To submit events

The deadline for community sports notes and announcements is Thursday at noon. Due to the volume of requests, announcements may appear only once. Submit listings to: Gil Hulin, P.O. Box 10188, Eugene OR 97440, e-mail them to ghulin@guardnet.com or fax them to 687-6674.

Accomplishments

Rowers to nationals: Oregon Association of Rowers' Junior Women's Quad boat, an "uncoxed" crew including Jamie Hinton, Megan Hooley, Brittany Horn and Erin Moran, has been chosen to represent the Northwest in the U.S. Rowing National Youth Championships this weekend at Cincinnati, Ohio.

The Eugene Fireballs, a U10 girls basketball team based in the Bethel area, placed second in the AAU Super Regional tournament at Reno, Nevada, last week. The local girls won three out of four games against California opposition before dropping the championship game in overtime, 50-47 to Solano Elite.

Paul Burningham, of Eugene, won the USA Racquetball National Singles Championship for the men's 24-and-younger "C" division, defeating Ross Dusenburg of Arlington, Texas, 15-13, 15-10 a week ago in Houston, Texas.

Camps and Instruction

Basketball camp: Royal Basketball Academy's summer camp for boys and girls age 7-17 offers four 90-minute sessions per month during June, July and August. Cost is $95 for 12 sessions and includes a new uniform. Call 689-4889 or visit royalbasketballacademy.com for details.

Beacons' Girls Volleyball Camp will be held at Northwest Christian College, June 26-29. Sponsored by NCC and the YMCA, the camp at Morse Event Center includes 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. sessions for girls entering grades 3-6 and 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. sessions for grades 7-9. The cost is $80 and includes T-shirt, motivational awards, daily competition and individual instruction from NCC coaches and local high school players. Register in person at the Eugene Family YMCA or call 686-9622 for more information.

Willamette boys basketball camp will be June 19-23 at Willamette High School. Boys entering grades 4-8 will meet 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and those entering grades 9-12 will meet from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $50 before June 10 and $60 thereafter, and includes a regulation size basketball, reversible jersey, games, contasts and prizes. Walk-ins are welcome. Contact Coach Hedberg at 968-1223 or e-mail coachhedberg@yahoo.com.

The 9 to 5 Soccer Camp at Cottage Grove High School offers sessions for boys and girls entering grades K-4 from 9 a.m. to noon and for grades 5-12 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Camp dates are June 26-30. The cost is $50 for K-4 players and $60 for grades 5-12, and includes a T-shirt and appropriate-size ball. Brochures are in all Cottage Grove schools, or families may call Sharon Tobiasson, 942-7029, for information.

Registration

Eugene Family YMCA still has space in its Itty-Bitty T-Ball Clinic for ages 3-5 that begins Thursday. The sign-up deadline has been extended to Tuesday. Call 686-9622 for details.

Events

Senior tennis: There is still space for additional participants in the informal tennis play that takes place 10 a.m. to noon, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the Westmoreland Courts at 20th Avenue and Polk Street. …

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