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A-10 - SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2004 SPORTS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Classic Continued from PageA-9 This year's Leprechaun Classic did not see as large a field as previous years, with many schools opting to attend an Analy-hosted meet on Saturday instead. "That killed us attendance-wise," said Ukiah track and field coach Jerry Drew. "We probably had 21 to 22 school last year. This year we had 14." Still, Drew's crew was able to put on a successful meet. "You can't forget all the people that volunteer to help put this on," Drew noted. "Mickey Mack, Jamie Connerton, Mike Mathews and Jim Hatfield are some of those who have been helping out for years and they're still out here doing it. They need to be recognized for that." Next up for Ukiah is a trip to the March 27 Stanford Invitational, to which Drew says he will take roughly eight or nine athletes. Digest Continued from Page A-9 Department's 2004 men's softball league season will begin soon. An informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on March 18 at The Pub in Ukiah. League play is scheduled to begin May 3. Team fees are $450 for the sponsor fee and $25 per player (checks payable to the City of Ukiah). Registration forms are available at the Ukiah Civic Center. The priority registration deadline for returning team sponsors is March 26 and the general deadline is April 16. Player fees will be collected from team managers at the first game. Register early, as space is limited. For additional information, call 463-6713. Sports Attic ^"""" basketball tourney •','r .'".•<'.. " ' • The nth annual Sports Attic Basketball Tournament is scheduled for March 19-21. at the Ukiah High School gym. All teams are assured two games and the entry fee is $175. Proceeds benefit the Ukiah High School basketball program. To register, send a check for $175 along with a team roster to the Sports Attic (108 W. Standley Street, Ukiah, Calif., 95482) by March 11. Call Rick (463-1706) at the Sports Attic for more information. Puma soccer coaches needed The Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer League is currently accepting letters of application for competitive team coaches for the 2004-2005 playing season. These teams travel outside of the Ukiah area and are for players in under 10 through under 19 ATMENDOCINO COLLEGE BOYS RESULTS Tom *corM 1. Tamalpsla 124, 2. Ukiah 86. 3. Casa Grande 72, 4. Lower Lake 63, 5. Novato 42, 6. Fortuna 34. 7. Del None 33, 8. South Fork. 14, 9. K«l««yvllle 12, 10.WIIIRS 4, 1 1 . Laytonvllle 0, 1 1. Eureka 0, 11. FerndaleO. 100— 1. Green (NOV) 1 1.59, 2. Shawn Stone (U) 1 1 .62, 3. Foster (TAM) 1 1 .88, 4. Simeon Sesooms (U) 1 1 .85, 5. Andy Guli'ory (U) 1 1 .94; 200-1 . McCuan (LL) 23.93, 2. Stone (U) 24.04, 3. Foster (TAM) 24.06. 4. Buckley (CG) 24.22, 5. Larson (KELS) 24,41; 400— 1. McCuan (LL) 52.8, 2. A Ekunwi (NOV) 53.08, 3, Buckway (CG) 53.32, 4. Ishlhara (KELS) 54.48, 5. Gleco (TAM) 55.14; 800— 1. Tim Quiroga (U) 2:04.52, 2. Becker (CG) 2:07.99; 3. Gianni Greco (TAM) 2:08.78, 4. Robertson (DN) 2:09.02, 5. Wheeler (CG) 2:11.04; 1,600— I.Tim Oulroga (U) 4:31.68, 2. Glbbs (JAM) 4:37.42. 3. McGrath (TAM) 4:40.65, 4. Becker (CG) 4:44.26, 5. Brown (TAM) 4:45.85; 3,200—1 . Glbbs (TAM) 10:13.79, 2. McGrath (TAM) 10:36.54, 3. Brown (TAM) 10:43.59, 4. Palmer (FORT) 11:13.66. 5. Wheeler (CG) 11:17.28; 110H— 1 . Mlldbrandt Noel (LL) 44.07, 3. Lockwood TAM) 44.72, 4. Kalk (TAM) 45.15, 5. Rico (KELS) 47.33; 400 rally—1. Ukiah 45.88,2. Lower Lake 46.36. 3. Tamalpals 46.82,4. Fortuna 47.31,5. Casa Grande 47.57; 1,600 relay—1. Ukiah 3:39.44, 2. Tamalpals 3:47.64, 3. Del Norte 3:49.08, 4. Lower Lake 3:54.96. 5. Wllllts 4:08.56; SP—1. Jacob Chavez (U) 45-8 3/4, 2. A Houtby (FORT) 44-8 1/4, 3. Plnkerton (FORT) 43-6 3/4, 4. Oulncy Vau (U) 40-5 1/4, 5. McLlntock (CG) 40-1;DISC—I.Vau "' ' ;(U) 140-4, 2. Wllhelm (LL wll(CG) 118-1 1/2,4. 118-8 1/2, S.Campell McLinlock (CG) 1 f4-6'l/2, 5. Hatby (FORT) 114-4 1/2; PV—1. Sun (TAM) 11 -0, 2. Moore (SF) 11 -0, 3. August (SFn 0-0,4. Phllson (CG) 9-0, 5. Erlnds (WIL) NR; TO—1. Padgett (TAM) 39-10 1/2, 2. Robertson (DN) 37-11 3/4, 3. Green (NOV) 36-11,4. Freeman (LL) 36-6 1/2, 5. Sun (TAM) 35-1 1/4; HJ—1. Moon (ON) 6-2, 2. Ekunwe (NOV) 6-0, 3. Taylor (CG) 5-.10), 4. Crockett (TAM) 5-10, 5. Kamfar (KELS) 5-8; LJ—1. Green (NOV) 20-2, 2. Padgett (TAM) 190 1/2, 3. Freeman (LL) 18-6, 3. Robertson (DN) 18-6, S.Tkachenko (KELS) 17-7 1/2, 6. Domlnguez (CG) 17-1. QIRLS RESULTS Teem icorei 1. Casa Grande 142, 2. Novato 78,3. Fortune 72,4. Kelseyville 42, 5. Ukiah 34, 5. Del Norte 34, 7. Eureka 28, 7. Tamalpals 26, 9. Lower years old. Include in the letter the age and gender of the group(s) you are interested in coaching, an outline of any playing and coaching experience that you have, and any licenses held (CYSA, USYSA, NSCAA, referee). All coaches must apply by March 20. Questions can be directed to the Soccer Hotline at 467-9797 or to Susan Graham at 467-0593. The application may be sent to: Ukiah Puma Committee, P.O. Box 1142, Ukiah, Calif., 95482. Mendocino County Sheriffs PAL Martial Arts Program The Mendocino County Sheriffs Police Activities League (PAL), in cooperation with the Redwood Health Club of Ukiah, is sponsoring youth martial arts programs (karate, •self-defense) for local youth. Spring 2004 classes start this month, March 20. Ages 4 through 6 years old (Lil' Dragons), 6 through 12 years old (Karate Kids), and 12 years through adult (Teen/adult). For more information, call the PAL Voice Mail at 468-4288 and leave your name and number or call the Redwood Health Club at 468-0441 and ask for Kathy. You can also drop in for the class. Youth classes at the Redwood Health Club meet on Saturdays, beginning at 2:30 p.m. There is a $5 yearly insurance fee for PAL Programs. Girls softball clinic The city of Ukiah and the Ukiah High Wildcats would like to announce the beginning of registration for a girls softball clinic supervised by the Ukiah High School softball coaching staff, players and other local coaches. The clinic will be held on Saturday, April 3, from 9 a.m. j 'j\ -zss tiJuplzj y £ Mondays 10am to tlpm $ Saturdays ttnoon to 11pm 0 Drawings for *0Q * 2pm until 10p.m. with an *600 Prawlng at 11:00p.m. Hors d'oeuvres & oake will be served Lunch *1.50 * Four *100 Prawlngs • 1pm to 4p.m. (No Drawings on the 14th) Ux J^^j-fyjiyjC''^ .I^y J-^/DJ'jjuxlijj'j 7-fbur Leaf Clover Prawlngs Cash prizes from $50 to $100 Herman Magdaleno/The Dally Journal Left, Ukiah's Tim Quiroga won the 1,600-meter run at Saturday's Leprechaun Classic. Right, Shelby Leland placed second in the girls 1,600. (NOV) 2:45.22; 1,600— 1. LeSisur (CG) 5:13.24, 2. Shelby Leland (U) 5:14.08, 3. Beare (EUR) 5:46.17, 4. Glbbs (TAM) 5:45.58, 5. Carter (NOV) 5:50.64; 3,200—1. Slegeer (NOV) 13:15 , 2. Larson (EUR) 13:21.3, 3. Trowbrldge (NOV) 13:22.06, 4. Olsen ITAM) 13:24.23, S.Waldman (WIL) 14:02.17; 100H—1. Fix (CG) 15.64, 2. Mary-Kameko Shibata (U) 15.97, 3. Schaerges (KELS) 17.07, 4. Low (FORT) 17.15, 5. Whife (EUR) 17.58;300H— 1. Shibata (U) 47.56, 2. Roscoe (CG) 49.02, 3. Sheperd (WIL) 50.34, 4. Fletcher (FORT) 50,56, 5. Schaerger (KELS) 51.01; 400 relay—1. Casa Grande 51.47, 2. Novalo 52.52. 3. Kelseyville S3.68, 4. Fortuna Lake 14, 10.WIIIII8 11, H.Ferndale 10, 12. South Fork 2,13, Laytonvllle 0. Individual result* 100—1. Klllingsworth (FERN) 12.65. 2. Stranzl (CG) 12.9, 3. Guyton (NOV) 13.07, 4. Smith (NOV) 13.08, 5. Shannon (KELS) 13.32; 200— 1. Stranzl (CG) 26.76, 2. Smith (NOV) 26.87, 3. Guyton (NOV) 27.81, 4. Shannon (KELS) 28.18, 5. Keyss (CG) 28.32; 400—1. MacDonough (CG) 1:04.28, 2. Patmore (FOHT) 1:06.13, 3. McMullin (LL) 1:07.29, 4. Array (KELS) 1:08.81, 5. Zapata (KELS) 1:09.26; 800—1. LeSisur (CG) 2:28.33, 2. Glbtae (TAM) 2:36.39, 3. Carter (NOV) 2:38.5, 4. Roy (DN) 2:39.83, 5. Cook 54.04, 5. Del Norte 54.21; 1,600 relay—1. Casa Grande 4:19.21, 2. Fortuna 4:29.5, 3. Novato 4:32.47, 4. Ukiah 4:36.01, 5. Del Norte 4:36.6; _ . _ . lasquez(NOV) 2-5: DISC5—1. Evemeyer (NOV) 90-8, 2. Bishop (FORT) 88-11, 3. Abernathy (ON) 88-3, 4. M. Enert (FORT) 87-7, 5. Ross (FORT) 74-2; PV— 1. Breaunach (CG) 9-3, 2. Ross (FORT) 9-0, 3. Kassls (CG) 8-6, 4. Mlramontes (U) 8-0, 5. until noon at the Ukiah High School softball fields and is open to girls 10 to 14 years old. The cost is $25 per player. Pre-registration is required and can be done at the city of Ukiah. Rain date is April 12. Call Gina Greco at the Ukiah Community Services Department (463-6201)' for more information. Bocce Spring League sign-ups Brutocao Schoolhouse Plaza in Hopland is taking team and individual applications for its spring league, which begins April 5 and runs 10 weeks. For more information, call 459-5300 or 744-1066. Healdsburg United Inferno Girls U17/18 competitive soccer tryouts Class I. tryouts for the Healdsburg United Inferno U- 17/18 girls will be on April 6 and 8 at Foss Creek from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Foss Creek School in Healdsburg. (Directions: 101 South, exit Dry Creek and turn left, left at second light (Healdsburg Avenue), school will be on the left (1557 Healdsburg Ave)). The Real Estate Corner Tim Mathias Broker llB@rMrtwianally.roii Slieri Hansen Agent skrfi@rudHTiirfaltj.ioi Anderson Valley & Ufciafc WHO SHOULD USE AN "ARM"? Are you on a career path where your income is likely to rise considerably over the next few years? Are you planning to purchase a "starter" home, then buy a larger one a few years from now? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) may be an attractive financing option for the purchase of your new home. Typically ARMs start out at a lower interest rate than you could obtain on a thirty-year fixed loan, substantially increasing the amount of the mortgage for which you can qualify. The rates for late years can and usually do increase, although virtually all ARMs have limits on how high they can go. If you want to stretch your buying power, and if you are reasonably sure your income will expand to meet the possibility of higher payments, you might consider an ARM. Because ARMs usually save you money for at least the first few years of the loan, they are a good value for buyers who think they may be moving in a few years. For solid advice on buying or selling real estate, call the professionals at Rancheria Realty, 462-7246 The Inferno is a good option for those willing to train at a high level and those who wish to prepare for the high school season and for those who are considering playing at the college level. For more information, or if unable to make the tryout dates posted, contact the head coach, Brad Pirrung, at (707) 799-0382 or ' e-mail bpirrung@comcast.net. Spring Break Basketball Camp The city of Ukiah is hosting a week-long spring break basketball camp at Pomolita Gyui April 12-16. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-12. Each day of camp is filled with fundamental skills, progression drills, easy- to-understand instruction, as well as games and competitions. The camp needs a minimum of 25 campers so make sure you pre-register at the city of Ukiah. Lunch is not provided. Bring a sack lunch each day to camp. Tuition is $190 per camper. Need-based fee scholarships are available through the City of Ukiah. For more information, call Gina at 463-6201. Indoor soccer league Lake County Roller Rink and Indoor Sports Arena is hosting a co-ed indoor soccer league starting April 14. Sign-ups are on or before March 24 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the co-ed adult league. There is also a youth co-ed league. Individual sign-ups are welcome. The fee is $50 per individual and $450 per team (11 players or more). Call (707) 263-4000 for more information. Pee-wee roller hockey Lake County Roller Rink and Indoor Sports Arena is hosting a pee-wee division roller hockey league. Roller hockey players iO years and younger are eligible to sign up. There are free hockey clinics on Fridays at 6 p.m. Games are held on Mondays. Call (707) 263-4000 for more Parker (FORT) 7-6; TJ—1. Nomura (DN) 33-11 1/2, 2. Perkins (LL) 32-7 1/2, 3. Roscoe (CG) 31-3 1/4, 4. Alaroon (TAM) 29-11 1/4, 5. Blcknell (TAM) 29-10 1/4; HJ—1. Brown (EUR) 4-10, 2. Huffacer (CG) 4-8, 3. Schaerges (KELS) 4-6, 4. Paker (FORT) 4-4, 5. King (KELS) 4-2; U-1. MacDonough (CG) 15-0 1/4, 2. Nelson (CG) 143 3/4, 3. Nomura (DN) 14-3 1/4, 4. Padgett (TAM) 14-1, 5. Weeks (SF) 14-1. information. 'Bowl for Kids' Sake' events Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Mendocino County is hosting a pair of "Bowl for Kids' Sake" events locally. One is slated for April 17 at Yokayo Bowl in Ukiah. Another is set for April 3 in Fort Bragg. Call 463-4809 for more information. Ukiah Dolphins The Ukiah Dolphins Swim Team offers year-round training and competition for all pool-safe swimmers under the age of 18. For more information, contact Coach Lee Panttaja at 4623707. -To place an annonncement in the "Community Sports Digest." contact The Ukiah Daily Journal Sports Department by phone at 468-3518. You mov also mail mar listing to 590 S. School Street. Ukiah, Calif.. 95447. e-mail it 10 mljsporls@pacific.nel. or fax it to us al46S- 3544. Because the "Community Sports Digest" is a FREE service, no guarantees can he made on the frequency of a listing's appearance in The Daily Journal. To assure your event maximum puhlicitv, please contact either our classified (468-3535) or display advertising (46835101 departments. Ukiah Fitness Center & Tanning Salon OPEN HOUSE March 20, 2004 9:00am-5:00pm Offering: Fitness Evaluation by Gael Blanchard Certified Personal Trainer Sample Massages by Ruth Strader and Jani Creel-Tollow Supplements by Europa, Nathan Kircher Sports drinks and Supplements by NorCal Tanning Products by Tan America, Amy Ross Water by Alhambra Nutrition Information by Sharon Bortz Healthy Diet by Weight Watchers Samples + Handouts * Raffles •EIIIH- Come enjoy the fun and see all the new improvements. *Try us out for one full week FREE. March 20 th - 26th ^Sample our Tanning Beds, one FREE Tanning Session. Look for future ads for your Free Pass on 3/10/04 & 3/12/04 Passes are also available at Ukiah Fitness Center ^Passes good for first time users only and for the week of March 20 - 26, 2004. Health Week: March 20 th - 26 th Hours: M-F 5:00am - 9:00pm Sat 7:00am-5:00pm Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm 462-1255 677 North State Street

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