Community Sports: July 8

Golf Scores

McMinnville Senior Men’s Golf

Chehalem Glenn Golf Course, Newberg, Monday, June 20

KP No. 16: Frank Warren

LP No. 18: Don Penner

LD No. 17: Lynn Foster

Low Gross No. 1: Blake Williams 39

LG No. 2: John Seibel 41

LG No. 3: Jim Botten 42

LG No. 3: Lynn Foster 42

LG No. 3: Bud Calish 42

LG No. 3: Ray Yoder 42

Low Net No. 1: Don Penner 26

LN No. 2: Dallas Boatman 33

LN No. 2: Vern Farrington 33

LN No. 2: Mike Henderson 33

LN No. 3: Bill Ogilvie 34

LN No. 3: Frank Warren 34

LN No. 4: Dick Harris 35

Cross Creek Golf Course, Dallas, Wednesday, June 29

KP No. 7: Deen Reeder

LP No. 6: John Seibel

LP No. 9: Jack Miller

LD No. 8: Dennis Fritz

Low Gross No. 1: Bud Calish 40

LG No. 1: John Fricia 40

LG No. 2: Lorne Lauder 42

LG No. 2: Chas Nagely 42

LG No. 2: Jim Van Arsder 42

LG No. 2: WR Yoder 42

Low Net No. 1: Jim Botten 33

LN No. 1: Larry Peterson 33

LN No. 1: Duane Qualey 33

LN No. 2: Freeman Finnicum 34

LN No. 2: Chas Morris 34

LN No. 3: Frank Warren 35

LN No. 3: Bob Dalberg 35

LN No. 3: Vern Farrington 35

LN No. 3: Les Miller 35

LN No. 4: Mike Farley 36

LN No. 4: A.L. Six 36

LN No. 4: Bob Urwin 36

Bayou Golf Club, McMinnville, Friday, July 1

KP No. 7: Les Miller

LP No. 3: Blake Williams

LP No. 9: Rick Stocks

LD No. 8: Frank Warren

LD No. 8: Les Miller

Low Gross No. 1: Les Miller 39

LG No. 2: Jack Miller 40

LG No. 3: Wayne Weiher 41

LG No. 4: Charles Nagely 42

LG No. 5: Duane Qualey 43

Low Net No. 1: Wayne Weiher 27

LN No. 2: Les Miller 28

LN No. 3: Bob Parry 32

LN No. 3: Charles Nagely 32

LN No. 3: Jack Miller 32



Walnut City Lanes

Mixed League

Thursday Summer Seniors; June 30, 2016


High game scratch: Swingers, 495

High series scratch: Swingers, 1407


High game scratch: Mike Roberson, 189; Joe Aspromonte, 188; Hamish Densmore, 183; Gene Langue, 182

High series scratch: Gene Langue, 522; Joe Aspromonte, 508; Mike Roberson, 495; Johnnie Williams, 494


High game scratch: Dee Thommes, 204; Jacci Reed, 177; Susan Means, 174; Jenni Ramer, 165

High series scratch: Carol Shepko, 477; Susan Means, 476; Jenni Ramer, 468; Dee Thommes, 459

Star Bowlers of the Day

Bowling over Game Average

MEN: Fred Fabreth, 141 (40 pins over game average)

WOMEN: Dee Thommes, 204 (73 pins over game average)

Bowling over Series Average

MEN: Gene Langue, 522 (30 pins over series average)

WOMEN: Teresa Burres, 391 (100 pins over series average)


Wildcat Open tournament is Aug. 5

Linfield College will host the 2016 Wildcat Open golf tournament at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club in Aloha on Friday, Aug. 5. The four-person scramble tournament is the year’s largest fundraiser for Wildcat athletic programs. Registration is $200 and includes greens fees, lunch, drinks, dinner, range balls, motorized carts, prizes and more. Register online at linfieldsports.universitytickets.com.


Special Olympics  set in Newberg

Special Olympics Oregon will hold its annual summer state games July 9 and 10 at Newberg High School.

More than 2,000 athletes from around the state will compete in track, bocce ball and softball. The opening ceremonies start at 7:30 p.m., following a pre-show set for 6:30.

Participants completed eight weeks of training and qualified for state competition at the regional level.

Special Olympics is a non-profit serving Oregonians coping with developmental disabilities. For more information, visit www.soor.org.


SYL Foundation holds soccer camp

The See Ya Later Foundation will be holding its SYL soccer camp for children in grades 1-5 July 22-23 at Joe Dancer Park, 1450 S.E. Brooks St., McMinnville.

Cost of participation is $20, with scholarships available; enrollment is limited to the first 125 children signed up. Sessions take plance from 9 a.m. to noon for first- and second-graders and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for third- through fifth-graders.

Visit http://www.seeyalater.org for registration and other information. Contact Carmen Banke at info@seeyalater.org or 503-434-1730 with any questions.


Linfield soccer holds skills camp

The Linfield men’s and women’s soccer programs are hosting a coed soccer camp August 15-18 at the Linfield Soccer Field.

Girls and boys in grades 1-8 will receive instruction from current Linfield coaches and players. Drills and competitive games will be used to develop campers’ skills.

Sessions are from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. each day. Campers are encouraged to wear cleats or tennis shoes, T-shirts, shorts and shin guards and bring water.

Cost of participation is $75, and registration will be prior to and on the first day of camp.

Checks are payable to Linfield College, Attn: Men’s Soccer, 900 SE Baker St., McMinnville, OR 97128. Visit http://www.linfield.edu/sports/data_assets/pdfs/linfieldsoccercamp2016.pdf to obtain a registration form.

Contact men’s head soccer coach Adam Howard at ahoward@linfield.edu or women’s assistant coach Julia Vaughan at jvaugha@linfield.edu for more information.


McMinnville Turkey Trot is July 9

McMinnville’s 31st Annual Turkey Trot, which includes an 8K Run and a 5K Run/Walk, will commence on Saturday, July 9 from 8-11 a.m. at McMinnville’s Upper City Park, near the tennis courts, and will conclude at the end of Park Drive, which is the road by the Aquatic Center. Registration is available now at getmeregistered.com (search for Turkey Rama Turkey Trot), and those who register before July 1 will receive a t-shirt. Registration is also available on the day of the race, beginning at 7 a.m. at the start of the race. The admission fees for the race are $25 for both the runners and walkers, with proceeds benefitting the Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation and the McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce. This year’s run will allow the formation of teams of a minimum 10 participants, with a $3 discount provided to team members. Any information about the race is available  from  Holly Gleason at her email: hgleason@mcminnville.org or at the chamber of commerce’s website.


Mac Open tennis tourney is July 8-10

The McMinnville Boys Tennis Team will be accepting registration for the Mac Open tennis tournament to be held at Cowls Street Courts July 8-10. The events scheduled are men’s and women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles.Registration forms are available at the Community Center, at Mac Sports at 438 NE Third Street, or online at www.oregontennis.net. The cost is $15 for singles, $10 per person for doubles.

For more information, contact tennis coach Alex Martin at 503-713-8430 or alex.martin1979@yahoo.com.


Linfield Wildcats  skills camp is Aug. 15

Linfield College’s women’s basketball team is holding a basketball camp for girls in grades 2-10 on August 15-17. The event is held at Ted Wilson Gymnasium at Linfield College. Second through sixth grades will run 9 a.m.-noon; Seventh through 10th grades will run 1-4 p.m. The camp will improve fundamentals through skill development, position break down, and competitive games. T-shirts and prizes will be awarded.

Registration is available online at linfield.afford.com/paynow?storeid=1285. The cost for all ages is $120. For more information contact Head Women’s basketball coach Casey Bunn at 503-883-2412.


Mac High offers free sports physicals

Free sports physicals will be given at McMinnville High School on Wednesday, August 3rd at 6:00 p.m. in conjunction with Impact concussion testing.

OSAA and MHS require a sports physical before any athlete is able to try out or participate in any athletic activity.  All incoming freshmen are required to have a new physical after July 1, 2016.

These physicals are for any MHS athlete who is considering participating in any sport during the school year.  For questions, please call the athletic office at 503-565-4206.

— News-Register staff

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