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IN THE BACK BUSINESS Ee MARIKT NEWS W Scoreboard, C2 Sports in brief, C2 MLB, C3

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THE BULLETIN • WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014

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PREP BOYS SOCCER

GOLF Bend'sWhitcomd captains Ij.S. win

Out awsrace ast E mira

PERTHSHIRE, Scot-

land — TheU.S. Junior Ryder Cupteam, captained by Bend's Brian Whitcomb, claimed a 16-8 victory Tuesday over the Europeanteam.

Bulletin staff report SISTERS — Allowing a goal in the first 10 seconds, Rob Jensen

Jensen said. "Anyone can come out said with a sarcastic tone, is alwith 20 minutes of energy and play ways an ideal way to start a game. with anybody. Just shake it off. Fortunately, the Sisters coach con- Keep playing. We'll get ours." tinued, it was not a 20-minute conAfter its goal in the opening test. The Outlaws' matchup against seconds, Elmira (0-2 Sky-Em, 3-2-1 Elmira on Tuesday was a regulation overall) clung to a 1-0 lead for most

After taking a7t/2-4/2

lead on the opening day of the Junior Ryder Cup on Mondayat Blairgowrie Golf Club, the U.S. team on Tuesdayearned

80 minutes. Jadon Bachtoldscored twice,

8t/2points in 12 singles

matches (six boys and six girls) to secure the win. The U.S. won its fourth consecutive Junior Ryder Cupand now has a5-3-1 all-time record in the event. But for Whitcomb, the twoday tournament meant more than just who won or lost. "It's heartwarming to see these two unbelievably gifted teams conduct themselves sowell and play at such ahigh level in front of1,500 or 2,000 children," said Whitcomb, the owner of Lost Tracks Golf Club in Bend whoearned captain honors as a former PGAof America president. "Thatonly sets the stage for these kids to grow up to be playing the game of golf and adding to our society," W hitcomb added."The fact that we won is great, and that's what we came to do. But to leave Scotland, the home of golf, with the game in better hands

"I always tell my guys that the first half isn't really the truth,"

Joe Kline I The Bulletin

Sisters' AndrensPedersen passes to nteammate duringthe second half against Elmirn onTuesday afternoon at Sisters High School.

of the first half. But in the 39th

Andreas Pedersen had a goal and

minute, after the Outlaws (2-0,3-2) had four shots hit the goalposts and

an assist, and Sisters scored three

another 10 attempts saved, Malachy

times in the second half en route to a 4-1 Sky-Em League boys soccer vlctory.

Sundstrom ripped a shot from 30 yards out to even the score at 1-1. See Outlaws/C4

PACIFIC AMATEUR GOLFCLASSIC

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Moore By Chris Hnnsen The (Eugene) Register-Guard

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EUGENE — Jim Moore arrived atOregon in 2005

as a coaching nomad, a guy who had held four jobs in the previous 11 years but with a reputation for revitalizing programs at every stop. Ten years later, the rebuilder is about to become the

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— Bulletin staff report

record-holder. With a 3-0 win'Ittesday

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against Seattle in the nonconference finale at Matthew

Knight Arena, Moore tied Karla Rice's Oregon volleyballrecord of196career wins. He has a chance to set the new standard tonight in

Tokatee pro hits 63 at BrokenTop

two-day total. The tournament continues today at Black Butte Ranch's Glaze Meadow.

»'

the Pac-12 opener at home

against Oregon State. »

FOOTBALL

Riley: It's the same oldUSC Despite Southern California having a new coach in Steve Sarkisian, OregonState coach Mike Riley expects the sametype of team the Beavers faced last season. Also, a look at what the Oregon Ducks are doing on their bye week,C4

Moore is 195-98 with the Ducks, who are ranked No.

13 in the AVCA coaches poll and 9-0 this season, one win away from their fifth unde-

feated nonconference season since 2006. "I don't know what it means," Moore said with a

laugh. "I guess it means I've been around a little bit, and Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

Colleen Moulton taps in her putt on the ninth hole ns Kathy Nichols,left, nnd Judy Knight watch while playing in the second round of the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic nt Lost Tracks Golf Club on Tuesday.

• Women makeup asmall part of the overall field, but they're having just as muchfun By Zack Hall

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•Scheduleoftheweek'sevents,C4 • Tuesday's results, Scoreboard,C2

Diane Greenwood just felt comfortable after the second round of the Pacific

Amateur Golf Classic. A 47-year-ol dfrom Eugene, Greenw ood seemedgenuinely happy to be among a like group of women at Lost Tracks Golf Club in southeast Bend.

18-year-oldtournament, includingthe chance to meet newpeople while compet-

ingin anet tournament on some of thebest golf courses Central Oregonhas to offer. "You probably don't see anybody

"A lot of these women are better than

a lot of these men," said Greenwood on an overcast Tuesday at Lost Tracks. "You don't have to act. You can just let

your golfball to the talking. We don't feel threatened, because we're not even

that's a good thing."

At Oregon, it has meant so

much more. When Moore was hired to replace Carl Ferreira, the

Ducks were in a 10-year tailspin, with a combined overall record of 86-209 and

Well, it turns out many of the same draws for men attract women to the

playing with them (men)." The 46 women represent a small miwith a frown on their face, even though nority of the more than 400 golfers in the we scored poorly," said Linda Kueny, a field at this year's Pac Am. In fact, just 63-year-old from Norwalk, California, two of the 18 flights in the tournament playing in her third Pac Am. are specifically for women. The Pac Am is but one tournament Yet many of the women in this year's for Dorothy Walker, a 67-year-old from field are returnees. Lakewood, Colorado. What keeps them coming back? SeePac Am/C4

— Bulletin staffreport

COLLEGE

photos from Tuesday's match at Sisters, and prep events throughout the season, visit bendbnlletin.com/ sports/hlghschool

for coach

was all about."

the pro with the lowest

• Sisters volleyball sweeps Sutherlin in Sky-Em play, Prep roundup,C4

Record in sight

— that's what this week

Casey King, anassistant pro at Tokatee Golf Club in BlueRiver, shot a flawless round of 9-under-par 63 Tuesday to dominate the second round of the FallTour Invitational. King, a former Oregon State golfer, carded seven birdies andeagled the par-4 ninth hole at Broken TopClub. Tim Fraley, the head professional at Awbrey Glen Golf Club in Bend, finished in second place after firing a 67.King's 63, which was oneshot off the competitive course record, gave King the 36-hole win at the Fall Tour. The Fall Tour is a pro-am played at four Central Oregon courses. The tournament is split into four one-round events and includes club professionals andamateurs. The low pro each day wins $500 andan additional $500 goesto

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GOLF: RYDER CUP

When losinghurtsworsethanwinning feelsgood

a conference record of 13-167 between 1995 and 2004. The team Moore inherited was thin on both talent

and hope, a toxic combo that needed an immediate

remedy. "The administration was so great," said Stacy Metro,

Moore's wife and Oregon's top assistant the past 10 years. "They allowed us to make the changes we needed to make. Those first couple

years were really difficult because we had to remove some people who were local people, kids that just weren't good enough, and that's hard to do. "But at the same time, we needed to win and it wasn't acceptable to be last."

SeeMoore/C2

a half-point against Furyk that won the Ryder Cup. Pandemonium broke out on the 18th green at The Belfry. European captain

sprayed me — and then he real-

Nextup

Iop Ducks

ized it was me. He immediately

40th

25 years to experience both ends of emotion in that moment the Ryder

Sam Torrance wasclose to tears.

said, 'Sam, look, it's OK. You all

McGinley was mobbed by his

Cup is over. He knows how empty

teammates.

deserve to celebrate. I know it was an accident. You allhave a good

Jim Moore's195-98 career record at Oregon is both the second-most wins and second-bestwinning percentage in school history, both behind Karla Rice. K arla Rice 1 9 86-77 1 9 6 Jim Moore 2 0 05-Pres 195 C hris Voelz 1978-85 1 8 6 G errt Gregory 1986-97 1 1 5 Carl Ferreira 2000-04 43 Cathy Nelson 1995-99 43

By Doug Ferguson The Associated Press

GLENEAGLES, Scotland — Jim

Furyk is the only player in the last

And he has been soaked in a celebrationofchampagne. Oddlyenough,both happened in the same match.

"I'm trying to go over and shake hands," Furyk said. "Sam Torrancehad a bottle ofchampagne in his hand and he was spraying everyone. He had his back turned

It was in 2002 when Paul McGinley made an 8-foot par putt for

to me. He saw someone come up from behind and he turned and

it feels to lose the decisive game.

put the bottle down and said, 'Oh my God, Jimmy, I'm so sorry.' I

time tonight.' "

Furyk eventually got his day. Six years later, he defeated Mi-

guel Angel Jimenez on the 17th hole at Valhalla that clinched victory for the Americans.

SeeRyder Cup/C4

Ryder Cup When: Thursday through Sunday TV:Golf,

CBS


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