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rent state of Oregon's races. In recent weeks, the

Ifyou look over a new map

GOP has expanded the

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his candidacy to unseat Democrat incumbent Mark Warner. Americans for Prosper-

Oregon. Powell Butte, 97753, is

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miles they go each year.

SANFORD, Fla. — Before

senators to the Affordable

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each year. The reason: the

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number of cars and trucks per

Heavy traffic flows down state Highway126 past the Country Store in Powell Butte on Friday. This tiny CrookCounty community, ZIP code97753, averages 2.5 vehicles per household — or about half a car morethan the 97702 ZIPcodethat covers part of Bend — driving anaverage of 42,624 miles every year, nearly 60 percent more than those cars in 97702. So, themain driver of Powell Butte's higher-than-average carbon footprint is, well, driving.

household and the number of

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Haley Berg was done with middle school, she had the numbersfor16collegesoccer coaches programmed into the iPhone sheprotect-

millions this month on advertising linking Democrat

responsible form ore than 50

"What we count is all the miles they

travel in a year," said Chris Jones, lead coordinating researcher at the CoolClimate Network at the University of

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She was all of 14, but Haley was already weighing

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Gen. Bryan Roberts publicly Jackson, S.C., last spring that he and the Army had "zero

Roberts himself was under investigation by the military over allegations that he physically assaulted one of his mis-

toleranceforsexual harass-

tresses on multiple occasions.

warned his troops at Fort

Martin Schweitzer, a commander with the Army's

couldn't resist tapping out

legendary 82nd Airborne Division, was respectful and

describing the lawmaker,

polite when he met a female

member of Congress to discuss matters at Fort Bragg, N.C. Afterward, however, he

emails to two other generals, Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C.,

as "smoking hot" and jokingly referring to explicit sexual acts. SeeMilitary/A4

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Egyptiall SSCSI8'tl011 — Islamist militants shot down an Egyptian military helicopter in the Sinai Peninsula with a surface-to-air missile over the weekend, raising newalarms about the terrorist insurgency that developed there in response to the military takeover last summer. Theattack — described by witnesses, documented in a video released by the militants, and confirmed by three people briefed on the Egyptian government's investigation — validated longstanding fears that such weapons would spill into Egypt and beyond after the Libyan civil war tore openMoammar Gadhafi's fearsome arsenals. TraCking prapOSal — The federal government would payfor GPS tracking devices for autistic children under legislation proposed SundaybySen.ChuckSchumerand named foraNew YorkCityboywho wandered awayfrom his school three months ago and wasfound dead in a city river. "Avonte's Law," namedfor14-year-old Avonte Oquendo, would provide $10million to pay for the high-tech device that could be worn onthe wrist, kept in a wallet or sewn into clothing. Avonte walkedawayfrom his Queens school in October and his body was found in the EastRiver earlier this month. About 200 mourners gathered Saturday for his funeral and investigators are still trying to determine how hedied. — From wire reports

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It's Monday, Jan. 27,the 27th day of 2014. Thereare338 days left in the year

HAPPENINGS Trial —C. RayNagin, the former mayor of NewOrleansand the city's face to theworld after Hurricane Katrina, is scheduled to begin a trial on federal corruption charges.

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projected cautious optimism for Bitcoin's potential.

coffee shop. Canadians are ademurepeo-

BRIDGEWATER, Va. The headwaters of the Potomac River rise amid the hills -

ple, not known to shriek or hop,

Regulation

but they approach the Bitcoin

Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del., chairman of the Senate Com-

ATM with the spooked wonder

of the George Washington National Forest in Virgin-

ia. Creeks dart past oak, pine and hickory, becoming

of those apes in "2001: A Space Odyssey." Though drab and

mittee on Homeland Security and Governmental A ff airs,

stleams that nourish farm-

utilitarian, the machine projects an aura of the future — or

dosed the hearing by saying

land and towns and create a river that courses through

that what he'd learned about

maybe of suspicion, depending on one's comfort with technology. The Bitcoin ATM, the first

of its kind, takes cash or credit

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and spits out bitcoin. Bitcoin is — well, it's a thing

After putting Canadian currency into the bitcoin ATM at Waves Coffee House in Vancouver, British Columbia, Dora Bergen uses a smart-

you read about and don't fully understand.

It'sreferred to as a "cryptocurrency," or a peer-to-peer electronic p ayment

s y stem

whose transactions are encrypted and governed by many users on a public ledger. It's not

regulatedor accepted by the government, andyet0.00553of a bitcoin will get you a mocha here at Waves Coffee House on Howe Street. So Bitcoin is definitely a thing, but its utili-

ty hinges on an agreed-upon fantasy, or at least collective

blind faith — which you might also say about traditional banknotes, right'? North Vancouver resident

Taylor Lewis feeds her credit card to the ATM, whose screen

conjures a digital code that represents an amount of bitcoin. She scans the digital code with

her smartphone and walks away from the machine with a fraction of bitcoin in her virtual

possession. Lewis came all the way into the city to get bitcoin for her brother, who lives in Toronto

and was having trouble procuring the currency from online exchanges, where people buy and sell bitcoin at rates that have rollercoastered for the

past year. Her brother asked her to buy from the ATM when one bitcoin was valued at $500 Canadian. At this point in ear-

ly January, one bitcoin is worth nearly $1,000. "So I thought, 'Oh crap, we'd better get down there and get him one,'" says Lewis, as other

coffee drinkers approach the

Bitcoin was "encouraging." "D.C. gave us the biggest green light they could possibly give to go and prove it," says

two states and the nation's

Murck, who testified in front of that committee on Nov. 18.

decades, the U.S. Forest Service identified preserving its purity as the top priority for the forest. Now, the agencyis consideringallowing George

capital. About 4 miilion people depend on that water. For

"Complaining about D.C. is easy. Actually building something that changes someone's more than 20,000 merchants exchange — where the rubber life is hard." He says 2014 will usetheir services. meets theroad and cash turns be the year of putting aside In two opinion pieces pub- into Bitcoin — you're a 'money concerns about regulation and lished within 24 hours of each services business.' You are reg- building out an infrastructure other on DealBook this week, ulated to the hilt" by an entity that makes Bitcoin relevant and Bitcoin was called: like the Treasury Department's beneficial to normal citizens all • A technology with "enor- Financial Crimes Enforcement over the world. "In the post-Colonial era, mous promise" that provides Network. an "opportunity to reimagine" there's been this idea of finanDispersed directors the global economy. cial inclusion, that certain peo• A"sign of ignorance of ecoThe foundation is head- ple in the world — especially in nomic history" that could lead quartered in the District of the Global South — should be to"crippling" financialpanics. Columbia, but, l ik e B i tcoin connected to the global econRegardless, Bitcoin now has itself, its board of directors omy, but only if we say you what most other digital coloniz- and 1,000-plus members are can," says Murck, referring to ers of thephysical worldhave: a decentralized. the costly and aggressive gatelobbyist in Washington. In August,Murck became keeping practices of traditional "It's very rare that you actu- generalcounsel and de facto banks. "That's a bull-- conceit ally get the chance to be part of spokesman for the 16-month- from the get-go and doesn't building something that could old foundation, which was empower people to bring themradically improve the lives of formed by a posse of Bitcoin selves up out of their own situpeople around the world." enthusiasts and investors to ations. Bitcoin is saying there's This is Patrick Murck, gen- present a public face for a tech- a globally connected digital eral counsel for the Bitcoin nology that is not managed or economy, and you don't have Foundation. He grew up in Dis- controlled by any single person to ask permission to be a part trict of Columbia's Friendship orgroup. of it." Heights neighborhood, got a Bitcoin brings Murck back In the short term, Murck says law degree from the Catholic to Washington at least once a that immigrants could send University of America, prac- month. And this week, while money to family in their native ticed telecom technology law, he's in town for the State of the country without the costly fees bought a house in the Wash- Net conference, he will speak associated with transfers. In ington-area suburb of McLean during an online forum titled the long term, he foresees the and grew to loathe suburban "Virtual currencies: Exploring ability to use Bitcoin to transfer life in Northern Virginia. He a potential role for postal oper- title deeds, which would benefit and his family decamped to Se- ators," hosted by the U.S. Postal homeowners in countries with attle five years ago, around the Service. Though Capitol Hill antiquated or nonexistent propsame time that the first units of isn't a bastion of Web savvy, ertyrights systems. Bitcoin were "mined" using an phone to record adigital code representingthe currency.

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Carbon

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Having looked over the

to the population hubs around Central Oregon.

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map and read scientific arti-

In contrast there are 40,483

The data used by the net- cles about the research, Colin work, a division of Berkeley's McConnaha,cli mate change Renewable and Appropriate specialist with the Oregon DeEnergy Laboratory, showed partment of E n v ironmental households in the Powell Butte Quality, said the transportaZIP code average 2.5 cars and tion figure makes a big differtrucks and drive them an aver- ence in the carbon footprint age of 42,624 miles per year. In for the different ZIP codes. As contrast the households in the a result suburban ZIP codes 97702 ZIP code, which covers on the map show a larger cara portion of Bend, average 1.9 bon footprint, more carbon cars and trucks and drive them dioxide, put off annually by an averageof26,724 milesper households. "Because those are the ZIP year. The average household in 97702isresponsible for 48 codes that people drive the metric tons of carbon dioxide most," McConnaha said. per year. Carbon dioxide is a While not suburban, the greenhouse gas that contrib- people living in Powell Butte, utes to climate change. an unincorporated communiThe network c o mpiled ty in Crook County, do drive national household energy, often. transportation and consumer

spending surveys, along with local census, weather and oth-

er data — 37 variables in allto determine about how much greenhouse gas emissions households are responsible for around the country. It divided the data by ZIP code. Jones

said the affluence of an area may also cause an increase in the carbon footprint. As peo-

The Powell Butte ZIP code

Continued from A1 David Uhrich, a o ne-star

Air Force general, kept avodka bottle in his desk at Joint Base Langley-Eustis and repeatedly drank on duty, so much so that another officer told investigators that "if he did not have his

alcohol, the wheels would come In late 2012, then-Defense off," according to the findings Secretary Leon Panetta orof an Air Force probe. The mar- dered a review of ethical ried Uhrich later sought treat- standards for senior military ment for a drinking problem, officers. Army Gen. Martin but not before he was also in- Dempsey, the chairman of the vestigated for allegedly having Joint Chiefs of Staff, responded an affair, something prohibited with a memo outlining several under military law. new training and evaluation The embarrassing episodes programs for commanders and are described in previousl y their staffs. undisclosed files of military inSince then, however, even vestigations into personal mis- m ore cases have come to light conduct by U.S. generals and and consternation has continadmirals. Along with about ued to fester at the Pentagon. two dozenothercasesobtained On Dec. 12, Defense Secby The Washington Post under retary Chuck Hagel issued the Freedom of I nformation

section of Bend. If people want to lessen their carbon footprint, Jones,

the Berkeley researcher, said people can start by switching to a more fuel-efficient car or

truck. They can also "chain" their trips by lining up errands so they're done together, and

carpool. "Just trying to reduce the

amount of miles you drive by planning your trips a little better," Jones said. State Rep. Mike McLane,

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has 2,016 people living in it, ac- concern at the moment is the cording to the U.S. Census Bu- unemployment issue in Crook reau. If they work, they likely County. "My focus is not how many drive to Bend, Redmond or Prineville to do so. diesel pickups reside in Pow"Most of them are farmers ell Butte, but w h ether my though," said Robin Story, neighbors in Powell Butte and shift leader at the Powell Butte Crook County have jobs in Country Store. order toensure their kids go The little convenience store to schooland their needs are also sells gas, she said. When met," McLane said.

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commanders of their authority to oversee those investigations, arguing that they lack legal training and are too often insensitive to the problem.

Act, the investigations add to Dempsey and the military a litany of revelations about chiefs, asking for another ethIn the April 4 edition of The misbehaving brass that have ics review, this time of how the Fort Jackson Leader, a newsdogged the Pentagon over the military teaches "core values paper published for the South past 15 months and tarnished and ethical leadership" to its of- Carolina post where the Army the reputation of U.S. military ficers. A response is due Feb. 14. conducts much of its basic "The secretary takes seriously training, Brig. Gen. Roberts let leadership. all lapses and failures in lead- it be known where he stood on String of scandals ership," said Rear Adm. John the issue. "Team Jackson,let me be Since November 2012, when Kirby, Hagel's spokesman. an adulterous affair felled DaAt the very top, the com- dear, the Army has zero tolvid Petraeus, the CIA director mander in c hief has t aken erance for sexual harassment and most renowned Army notice. and sexual assault, and so do "President Obama expects I," Roberts wrote. "I view sexgeneral of his generation, the armed forceshave struggled the nation's senior m ilitary ual harassment and assault as to cope with tawdry disdo- leaders to demonstrate the an enemy threat.... All of us sures about h i gh-ranking highest standards of ethical have ashared role in ridding conlnlanders. conduct," Caitlin Hayden, a our ranks of this cancerous The Navy has been hum- White House spokeswoman, conduct. bled by a spiraling sex-and- said in an email. "The President At the time, Roberts — the bribery scandal, as well as a has conveyed to the Secretary top commander at Fort Jackgambling incident involving of Defense and the Chairman son — was under criminalina three-star admiral who au- of the Joint Chiefs of Staff that vestigation by the Army. Two thorities say they caught using instances of senior general months earlier, a woman filed counterfeit chips at a riverfront and flag officers not living up a complaint alleging that she casino. The Air Force relieved to thesestandards must be ad- had been carrying on an affair a nudear commander after dressed effectively." with the married general for investigators said he went on The Defense Department 18 months and that the relaa drinking binge in Moscow. and thearmed services closely tionship had turned violent on The Army fired one general guard the results of their mis- four occasions, according to an for allegedly groping a wom- conduct investigations involv- investigative report from the an, forcedanother to retire af- ing generals and admirals. The Army inspector general. ter he accepted expensive gifts Air Force stamps its reports Most recently, the woman from a foreigner, and demoted "Sensitive Material" and "For told investigators, the pair got its top commander in Africa Official Use Only" and affixes a into an argument in the genafter an investigation found he warning: "Do Not Open Cover eral'squarters after she inadtreated himself and his wife to Without A Need To Know." vertently called his wife on her a $750-a-night Caribbean hotel The Washington Post filed cellphone. The woman said she suite at taxpayer expense. Freedom of Information Act slapped the general; in turn, The subject is painfully requests with the Army, Air he "bit her lip," and she sufsensitive inside the Pentagon, F orce, Nav y a n d Ma r i n e fered an eye injury. Although where many generals and ad- Corpsforreports ofinspector the woman said their sex was mirals say they are appalled general investigations into se- consensual, she added that she but reluctant to openly criticize nior official misconduct since needed medical attention after their peers. Oct. 1, 2012. After a t hree- two previous "physical alterca"It's just offensive when month review, which included tions" with Roberts, according you see people do some of an extralayer of checks from to the Armyinspector general's the things we've seen. It's just the Office of the Secretary of investigative report. completely offensive," said an Defense, the servicesreleased As Army investigators beArmy brigadier general who 30 partially redacted reports. gan making inquiries, they spoke on the condition of ano- A large majority concerned found a second woman, a subnymity. "As officers we ought generals in the Army and Air ordinate civilian employee, to be held to a higher standard. Force. who told them she, too, was inSome of this stuff you're seeing volved in a consensual sexual with folks is just completely Military example relationship with Roberts. unacceptable." Some of the probes involve I n M ay, t h e A r m y a n Martin Cook, a professor relatively minor infractions of nounced that it had suspended of military ethics at the Naval military regulations or policy. Roberts for allegedly having War College in Newport, R.I., But the most common trans- a physical altercation with a said the recent eruption of mis- gressions are related to sexual mistress, but it gave no other conduct is "frankly a puzzle or personal misbehavior. In details. In July, the Army anto everybody." One factor, he seven of the cases, investiga- nouncedthatthe general had added, may be that as officers tors determined that generals been relieved of his command climb higher in the ranks they had affairs or engaged in "in- position at Fort Jackson. become insulated and fewer appropriate" relationships. In August, after a closed dispeople are willing to challenge While the public may have ciplinary hearing, the Army or question them. become accustomedto stories found Roberts guilty of asIn his ethics classes, Cook of philandering politicians or saulting the first mistress on said, military leaders recognize ethical breaches by corporate one occasion and committing "they've got a major trust prob- leaders, such behavior is still adultery with her over a ninelem with the American people. considered intolerable inside month period. He was fined ... They're deeply ashamed of the military, especially for $5,000 and issued a written it. It's horror. 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LOCAL Ee TATE CIVIC CALENDAR TODAY

Crook County School Board — The school board is expected to meet at 6:30 p.m. at the district's administration office, 471 N.E. Ochoco PlazaDrive in Prineville. The board is scheduled to receive an update on remodeling projects currently underway in the schools, as well as the design for a new elementary school. TUESDAY

RedmondCity

Councll —In their weekly 6:30 p.m. meeting at Redmond City Hall at 777 S.W. Deschutes Ave., councilors are expected to host a public hearing to consider the saleand relocation of the old Redmond Schoolhouse. The schoolhouse, currently in the DryCanyon and owned bythe city, has long beenvacant. The city is seeking proposals for its sale and relocation, and thus far has received three.

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announcement Friday from

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microbiology at the University of Queensland, Australia,

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The Oregon State Police used aDeschutes County Sheriff's Office K-9 unit to track andapprehend awanted man Sunday evening. On Sunday afternoon, police asked LaPine residents to be aware ofa search for a wanted man who fled from avehicle near the Bi-Mart west of U.S. Highway 97. Craig Andrew Marcum, 48, was originally charged with attempt to elude police, burglary and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was also wanted on a felony warrant in Deschutes County for a conditional release violation. He was found and lodged atthe Deschutes County jail on the felony warrant.

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Morrisson has lived in Bend

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Traffic stop leads to drugarrest A traffic stop Friday afternoon led to the discovery of more than six pounds of marijuana and the arrest of a Missoula, Mont., man. Ali Reza Tabibnejad, 32, was pulled over by an Oregon State Police trooper for a lane change violation while heading north on U.S. Highway 97 north of La Pine. As the trooper approached the car, he noticed the driver was wearing a black beanie

Bend-La Pine SchOOIS —At its 6 p.m. meeting at the district's education center at 520 N.W. Wall St. in

Bend, the school board is expected to hear presentations on a recently received grant for career technical education programs, as well as from the High Desert Education Service District on its local service plan.

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written on it, according to a news release. An investigation of the vehicle led to the discovery of the marijuana, which the OSP estimates to be worth $15,000. Tablbnejad was arrested and held in the Deschutes County jail on suspicion of unlawful possession and delivery of a controlled substance. The OSPDrug Enforcement Section is investigating the incident.

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The audience applauds as Sisters High School student Dani Rudinsky finishes playing a songbased onthe poetry of William Stafford during a performance bystudents of the Sisters Americana Project on Sunday at the Sisters Public Library.

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• Sisters studentsongwriters paytribute to 100th birthday of William Stafford, usinghisversesfor songcompositions

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illiam Stafford was known as a lot of things — poet, Oregon Poet Laureate, professor, pacifist — but in the 1980s, he was just the great writer who lived nearby in Lake Oswego to Brad Tisdel, now executive director of the Sisters Folk Festival.

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grade-school teacher, Tisdel never met of Stafford's 100th birthday, Tisdel and Stafford. But after coming back from Sisters choir teacher Rick Johnson chal- college and setting out on his own arlenged eight student singer-songwriters tistic path as a singer-songwriter, Tisdel to compose original songs drawing on decided to meet his hometown's literary Sisters High School student Sedona Baer Stafford's verses. hero. plays a song onher ukulele. The song was The students performed their songs on SeePoetryIA6 based on poetry by William Stafford. dents. As part of a statewide celebration

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SATURDAY VFW BREAKFAST: Abreakfast of bIscuits, gravy, eggs,hamor sausage; $8.50;8-10a.m.; VFW Hall,1503 N.E Fourth St.,Bend;541-389-0775. BEND INDOORSWAP MEETAND SATURDAY MARKET:Featuring arts and crafts,collectibles,antiques, children'sactivities, music andmore; free admission;10a.m.-5 p.m.;Bend Indoor SwapMeet, 679S.E ThIrd St.; 541-317-4847. "ALICEIN WONDERLAND": Bend Experimental Art Theatreproduces the playbasedonthe Lewis Carroll novel;$15, $10for students; 2 and7 p.m.; Summit HighSchool,2855 N. W. Clearwater Drive,Bend;541-419-5558 orwww.beatonlIne.org. HAVE A HEARTFORBEND: Featuring abeerandwine tastIng, buffet dinner, livemusIcand danclng,liveauctlon, raffle andmore; proceedsbenefit the foodbank atSt. V IncentdePaul; $35, $5 raffletickets; 6-10p.m.; ElksLodge, 63120N.E BoydAcres Road;541-3896643 orwww.stvincentdepaulbend.org. MORNING RITUAL:ThePortland Americana bandperforms; $10 plus fees In advance,$12at thedoor; 710 p.m.; The Belfry,302 E MainAve.,Sisters; 541815-9122 orwww.belfryevents.com. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON WINTERCONCERT:TheSingers' School,Premiereandoebutchoirs perform international folk songs;$10; 7 p.m.,doorsopen 6:30p.m.; BendHlgh School,230 N.E SIxth St.; 54I-3850470 or www.ycco.org. "ANGEL STREET": Asuspenseful play abouta man slowly driving hls gentle, devotedwife to thebrink of insanity; $ l9, $15seniors, $12students; 7:30 p.m.;GreenwoodPlayhouse,148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend;541-389-0803 or www.cascadestheatrical.org. "PICASSOAT THELAPIN AGILE":A playabout AlbertElnsteInandPablo PicassomeetIngata bar called the Lapin Agile; $19,$16students and senIors;7:30 p.m.;2ndStreet Theater, 220N.E. Lafayette Ave.,Bend;541-3129626or www.2ndstreettheater.com. THE TOKENSAND THE DIAMONDS: The twodoo-wopgroups perform; $40$50 plus fees;7:30 p.m., doors open at6:30p.m.; TowerTheatre, 835 N.W. Wall St.,Bend;541-317-0700 or www. towertheatre.org. SUNDAY MASTER-FLY: A fly-tying competition Inthe format of popular reality cookingshows; free for spectators, $5 for competitors; 11 a.m.; FIn and Fire, 1604 S.U.S.Highway 97, Suite 12,Redmond; 307-6800652or www.facebook.coml centraloregonmasterfly. NOTABLES SWING BAND: Featuring blues,Latln, rock'n' roll and waltzes; $5; 2-4 p.m.;BendSenlor Center,1600 S.E.ReedMarket Road; 541-728-8743 or www.notablesswingband.com. "ALICEIN WONDERLAND": Bend Experimental Art Theatreproducesthe play basedonthe Lewis Carroll novel; $15, $10 forstudents; 4 p.m.; Summit HIghSchool, 2855N.W.Clearwater Drive,Bend;541-419-5558 or www. beatonllne.org. Contact:541-383-0351, communitylifeO bendbulletin.com or "Submit an Event" online at www.bendbulletin.com. Entries must be submitted at least 10 days before publication.

I thought for some reason it would be a good idea," Tisdel sard.

After setting up a meeting in 1993, the poet postponed, and soon word reached Tisdel that Stafford had died. Tis-

House of Representatives. In

million. Politicaladsleuth.com, a

November 2012, the GOP caucus sel ected Walden as chair-

website run by the nonpar-

man of the National Republi-

in such a Democrat-friendly

state, she said.

Over the same period,

might become more of a competitive race than peoJeff Barnard I The Associated Press

Caspian terns, like this one photographed in 2008, have e large concentration of nests neer the

mouth of the Columbia River, where they havebeen eating millions of youngsalmoneach year.

• Seabirds' diet of juvenile salmon consideredbiggest reasonfor fish's decline

the river, so the theory was that terns could feed off a

wider variety of fish species, reducing their impact on salmonids.

By Andre Stepankowsky

In 2006, the corps adopted a long-range plan to reduce

"We're trying to reduce the colony size by reducing the available habitat."

Longview Daily News(Wash.)

LONGVIEW, Wash. — The

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has tamed mighty rivers and battled Mount St. Helens, but

it's still struggling to shoo

the number of nesting pairs at

East Sand island — estimated then to number 10,000 — to 2,500 to 3,100 by 2015. The

— Steve Helm, ArmyCorps

Caspian terns away from the

wildlife biologist

mouth of the Columbia River. The agency last week unveiled its latest effort to reduce

the graceful seabird's diet of juvenile salmonand steelhead. The corps' draftplan to reduce tern habitat on East Sand Is-

land, located near Chinook, is open for public comment. The proposal is to cut nesting habitat by about a third, from 1.58 acres currently to

1.08 acres, inhopes of decreasing the number of birds. The corps says it's responding to unexpectedly high nesting density on the island, Steve

Helm, a corps wildlife biolo-

birdswere huddled together a lot more closely than biolo-

gists ever expected, stalling an effort to disperse the colony to other locations.

Predation by Caspian terns and cormorantsis considered one of the major reasons why 13 of 20 salmon and steelhead runs in the Columbia Basin are listed as threatened or en-

dangered under the federal Endangered Species Act.

agency has created seven to eight acres of nesting habitat

bined verses from 10 of Staf-

ford's poems for her song. "His poetry is really different from what I've read, and I like having this connection to him."

the field, because it just gets expensive for them."

Though Kit Stafford was un-

Wehby's fundraising an-

$423,000 in individual contributions from within Ohio

gon and Northern California while gradually reducing the

buzz around her candidacy, in 2000. By 2010, when he besaid Duffy, who said that came speaker, only 36 percent she, like Republican strate- of his $3.2 million haul came gists, will watch the Oregon from Ohio donors. House race carefully. Majority Leader Eric Cantor, "They're going to sit back R-Va., has seen his in-state doand wait, but they aren't nor percentage drop from 66 ignoring it, like they're ig- percentin 2002 to 26 percent noring a place like Rhode in 2012. "Leaders in politics are bigIsland," she said of the GOP. "They are very interested in ger draws than rank and file," what happens (in Oregon), said Paul Herrnson, executive and they realize that noth- director of the Roper Center for ing could come of it, or they Public Opinion Research and a could get lucky." professor of political science at Candidates must submit the University of Connecticut. quarterly finance reports to "Rank and file are often not

available habitat at East Sand

Islandto 1.6 acres. vantage of sandy islands creProgress has been slower ated by corps dredging near than expected, Helm said. the river's mouth to chow Last year, for example, redown on ocean-bound salmo- searchers estimated 7,600 nids. Biologists estimate that pairs set up nests there. BioloCaspian terns gobbled down gists had projected the colony 5.5 million smolts annuallybe- should have fallen at least to tween 2000 and 2009. 4,100 pairs by now, leading C oncentric rings o f s i l t to the new project to further fencing shows how biologists reduce the amount of nesting have gradually been reduc- habitat, Helm said. "We're trying to reduce the ing habitat for Caspian terns, which nest in patches of open colony size by reducing the sand. The two white boxes are available habitat," Helm said. blinds biologists use to study If they don't have room to the birds on East Sand Island nest, the terns will look elsenear Chinook. Th e w h i te where, Helm said. In essence, blotches on the sand are nest- the corps is hoping the terns, ing terns. which migrate immense disThe corps has been trying tances in the Pacific Basin, to disperse the colony for start using the new habitat nearly two decades. Among locations created to the south. The new draft environmen-

tal assessment for the proland to East Sand Island by posed activitywill be available planting vegetation on the for public review and combare expanses of open sand ment on the corps' Portland where the birds nested. East District website. Comments Sand Island is farther down must be received by Feb. 21.

UAVs

tor in Central Oregon sprang from the ashes of the light

Continued from A5

sald.

aircraft industry that implod-

The movement received The campaign a r ound ed here four years ago, said a boost in December when UAVs would first create a hub EDCO E x ecutive D i r ector the Federal Aviation Adof businesses, academic pro- Roger Lee. "It really grew out of EDm inistration n amed t h e grams andpublicagencies to Warm Springs I n dian foster development of the tech- CO's volunteer aerospace inReservation and two other nology in Oregon, Morrisson dustry group in the aftermath Oregon locations to one of agreed. Then, the resulting ofthe Cessna closure,"hesaid. six national testing sites for products could be put to work The group gathered to answer unmanned vehicles. in Oregon. Precision agricul- basic questions, like what "My job is an economic ture is one obvious applica- next for the skilled people left development position state- tion, he said. Firefighting and behind." wide, not just Central Ore- search and rescue missions UAVs, he said, "are a natugon," Morrisson said. "The are others. ral fit." ambition is to see Oregon The effort to create an un— Reporter: 541-617-7815, as a national leader. And at a federal level, the U.S. had

sage of support and advice.

identified (unmanned aerial systems) as an industri-

"Kit wanted to say that her

dad would be very proud of you," Tisdel told the students Sunday. "She also wanted to relate something, and I hope this comes off in the right light, but when Bill had writer's block, he would just lower the bar and keep going, keep working." — Reporter: 541-633-2160, tleeds@bendbulletin.com

al sector in which the U.S.

would like to be a global

manned aerial systems sec-

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jditzler@bendbulletin.com

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leader."

Speaker J o h n Boe h n er, R-Ohio, drew 93 percent of his

nouncement helps generate

licsector,forprograms funded by the state grant, Morrisson

able to attend the performance, she sent the students a mes-

more seruor the people who

give become more eagerto give to them," said Michael J. Mablin, an expert on money in politics and a professor of political science at the University of Brown has even declared he Albany in New York. "There's will enter the race, she said. no question that in general, "When you look at the members' fundraising sources map, there really aren't oth- do change as they gain power. er Republicans they can go Contributors who are seekafter," she said. "They are ing out power look for those kind of hoping that Repub- members." licans don't (further) expand By comparison, House

the Federal Election Com-

Oregon, he said, can be a hotbed for unmanned aerial technology. The next

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mission by Friday. Other they're not that visible on the Republican c a n didates,national stage." induding state Rep. Jason The influx o f o u t-of-state Conger, R-Bend, and Port- cash doesn't mean a member land businessman Sam of Congress has become out of Callahan, have not publicly step with the concerns of the announced their fundrais- voters that elected him or her, ing totals. Herrnson said. "Generally, someone who In the race for Congress in Oregon's 2nd district, has made the party leaderneither Rep. Greg Walden, shiphasbeen re-elected many

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Dakota Wagner, 17, who com-

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The birds have taken ad-

its first actions was to relocate the birds from Rice Is-

plebelieve," she said. Democrats are largely playing defense during the 2014 cycle, which helps explain why they have already begun running ads against Republican Scott Brown in New Hampshire before

advance of the Friday dead-

middle school but had never read Stafford's poetry," said

in2010,and60in2012.

"Having said that, I also Walden's haul from individthink if t h e environment ual donors h a s b a l looned turns really bad, that this from $265,000 to more than

and cross-country skiing." Though the poet wasn't

Kit Stafford, the poet's daugh-

86 percent of Walden's contributions from individual donors

came from insideOregon, according to figures from watchdog organization the Center for on its recent history of elect- Responsive Politics. This pering Democrats in statewide centagehas decreased steadily races. Merkley "benefits over time, to 84 in 2002, 82 in immensely" from running 2004,78in 2006,75in 2008,73

their fundraising hauls in

ter, who lives in Sisters and helped students develop their songs. "I had Kit as a teacher in

first time he ran for reelection,

Duffy places Oregon in

del said he spent the next two

adapt his work, they did have access to something close-

outside Oregon. In 2000, the

the "solid Democrat" column for 2014, based in part

winters "just reading Stafford around to help the students

t h at

on hand to more than $3

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Put in layman's terms, the

"Even at that point I didn't really know who he was, but

e ned national p r ofile

can Congressional Committee, which is responsible for electin markets across the coun- ing as many Republicans as try, reported no television or possible to Congress, making radio ad buys in Oregon for him the fifth-ranking Republithe 2014 cycle as of Friday. can in the House. Oregon is "on nobody's This increased visibility, as radar right now, and there's well as his advancing seniority no reason for it to be," said on the House Energy and ComJennifer Duffy, a senior merce Committee, has allowed editor at the Cook Political Walden to broaden his appeal

location program, said Friday.

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Merkley raised $1.14 mil- comes with being part of the lion, bringing his total cash Republican leadership in the

tisan Sunlight Foundation that tracks campaign ads

gist involved with the tern re-

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56th annual GrammyAWardS —Therap duoMacklemore

By Mesfin Fekadu

& Ryan Lewis endedSunday night with four trophies, but the French electronic pioneers Daft Punk took top honors. Only about 10 of the 82awards weretelevised, but here's a brief look at some of the winners.

The Associated Press

L OS ANGELES —

Daft

Punk's electronic-funk grooves have won big at the Grammys. The French electronic duo's " Random

• RECORDOFTHEYEAR: "Get Lucky," Daft Punk • ALBUM OF THEYEAR: "Random Access Memories," Daft Punk • SONG OF THE YEAR: "Royals,"Lorde • BEST NEWARTIST:Macklemore & Ryan Lewis • BESTPOP SOLO PERFORMANCE: "Royals,"Lorde • BEST POP VOCALALBUM: "Unorthodox Jukebox," Bruno Mars • BEST RAPPERFORMANCE:"Thrift Shop," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis • BEST RAPALBUM: "The Heist," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis • BEST R&B SONG:"Pusher Love Girl," Justin Timberlake

A c c ess M e m o -

ries" won album of the year and their infectious hit, "Get Lucky," won record of the year at the awards show. The song features Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. Daft Punk, who sports helmets in public, won four

See a list of all winners at www.grammy.com. Source: www.grammy.com The Associated Press

awards, as did Pharrell Wil-

Ryan Lewis, left, and Macklemoreaccept the awardfor bestnew

liams and Macklemore &

artist on Sunday at the 56th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

Ryan Lewis. " Well, I s uppose the r o -

bots would like to thank...." cause it's been mental," she joked Williams, who also won sald. non-classicalproducer of the Macklemore & Ryan Lewyear. "You know honestly, I is won best new artist and rap bet,France is really proud of album for "The Heist," beating these guys right now." efforts from Kendrick Lamar, Daft Punk also picked up Jay Z, Kanye West and Drake. honors for best dance/electron-

" Wow, we're here on t h e

ica album for"Random Access stage right now," said MackleMemories" and pop duo/group more, thanking fans first, then performance for "Get Lucky," his fiancee and team. "I want to which earned Williams a tro- say we made this album withphy. Williams had seven nods, out a record label, we made it but competed with h i mself independently and we appreciand couldonly takehome four ate allthe support." awards, which he did. T he du o p e rformed t h e "Same While the men dominated, gay-acceptance hit Lorde was the princess of the Love," and 33 couples — some Grammys: Her hit "Royals" same-sex — got married in the won record of the year and middle in the performance as best pop solo performance. Queen Latifah officiated. Ma"Thank you everyone who donna joined in wearing an has let this song explode be- all-white suit and hat, and sang

"Open Your Heart" and some

of "Same Love" with Mary

hit songs before going into for best country song and was "Blurred Lines," which ener- nominated for new artist. gized the crowd. J ustin T i m berlake, w h o Perry sang "Dark Horse" wasn't up for any of the major in an eerie forest with fire that

awards, won three trophies,

mirrored the song's vibe, and and Katy Perry caught a bou- John Legend and Taylor Swift — who whipped her head, and quetduringthe performance. Beyonce kicked off the hair, back and forth — played Grammys with a steamy and pianos during their slow songs. smoky performance of "Drunk Pinktwirledinthe air inher sig-

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Lambert. Keith Urban cried

In Love:"She started on a chair

video for "Suit & Tie," which

nature Cirque du Soleil-form. Swift, who i s n o m inated

and then grinded in a revealing black outfit. Jay Z emerged for album of the year, lost best in a fitted suit to rap his verse, country album in a surprise upand the couple — parents of lit- set to rising singer-songwriter tle Blue Ivy — held hands and Kacey Musgraves. "Oh my goodness. Oh my danced together. Imagine Dragons and Ken- god. I can't even. I can't even," drick L amar c o llaborated said a teary-eyed, but haponstage to create an electrify- py Musgraves, whose "Same

also earned Jay Z a Grammy. Jay Z and Timberlake also won best rap/sung collaboration for "Holy Grail." "I want to thank God — I mean a little bit for this award — but mostly for all the uni-

verse for conspiring and putting that beautiful light of a young lady in my life," Jay Z said, looking at Beyonce. "I want to tell Blue that, look, 'Daddy got a

gold sippy cup foryou.'" ing performance, as the acts Trailer Different Park" won the Jay Z, keeping up the desported all-white and went honor. "I got to make a record cade-long Grammy tradition from rap song to rock song. that I poured myself into and of rappers leading in nominaRobin Thicke performed with I'm so proud of." tions, was the night's front-runChicago, singing the group's The singer also beat Swift ner with nine.

TV TOOAY Bp.m. on58,"Hollywood Game Night" —In a possible homage to participating star Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother"), this new episode is called "How I Met Your Buzzer." Other celebrities taking part in this round of off-the-wall party games include Mayim Bialik ("The Big Bang Theory"), Mark Feuerstein ("Royal Pains"), Taran Killam ("12 Years a Slave"), Angie Harmon ("Rizzoli & Isles") and the Fonz himself, Henry Winkler. Jane Lynch

("Glee") hosts.

8 p.m. on(CW), "Hart ofDixie" — LaVon (Cress Williams) asks the townspeople to join forces against the merger by convincing the lieutenant governor (Dondre Whitfield) that BlueBell should be declared a historic town. Zoe and Joel (Rachel Bilson, Josh Cooke) continue their debate over where they should

live. Wade(Wilson Bethel) meets Vivian's (Lauren Bittner) son but realizes that winning him over will take some time in thenew episode "One More Last

Chance." 8 p.m. on FAM, "Switched at Birth" —Daphne's (Katie Leclerc) efforts to bond with her field hockey teammate Sharee

(Bianca Bethune)aredealt a further blow when Sharee lands in trouble at school. Hoping to get a letter of recommendation to art school, Bay (Vanessa

Marano) agrees tohelpTeresa (Sandra Bernhard) set up a gallery showing in Minneapolis. Regina (Constance Marie) feels conflicted over a business opportunity in the new episode "Fountain." 9 p.m.on10, "The Following"

— As Ryan's (KevinBacon) obsession with the Joe Carroll

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Recruiting

gatekeepers and agents for theirplayers. One of the most outspoken

Continued from A1 "When I started in seventh grade, I didn't think they would

critics of this process is Rory

now 15, said after a tournament late last month in Central Florida. In today's sports world, stu-

riott where they were staying. As the 14- and 15-year-old girls

the Preliminary SAT exams.

went down the water slide,

Coaches at colleges large and

he listed the colleges that had called himto express interest in

small flock to watch 13- and

14-year-old girls who they hope will fill out their future ros-

ters. This is happening despite

Sarah Beth Glicksteen / New York Times News Service

NCAA rules that appear to prohibitit.

Libby Bassett, an assistant coach at the University of South Carolina, watches a U15 game in December in Sanford, Fla. In today's The heated race to recruit sports world, college coaches flock to watch13- end14-yeer-old ever younger players has dras- girls who they hope will fill out their future rosters, despite NCAA tically accelerated during the rules that appear to explicitly prohibit it. last five years, according to the

coaches involved. It is generally tracedback to the profession- coaches and parents who are alization of college and youth most heavily involved, many sports, a shift that has trans- of whom worry about the psyformed soccer and other recre- chological and physical toll it is ational sports from after-school taking onyoungsters. activities into r egimens reThe NCAA rules designed to quiringstrength coaches and prevent all of this indicate that managers. coaches cannot call players unWhile women's soccer is til July after their junior year generally viewed as having of high school. Players are not led the way in early recruiting, supposed to commit to a collacrosse, volleyball and field lege until signing a letter of inhockey have been following tent in the spring of their senior and occasionally surpassing it, year. But these rules have enorand other women's and men's mous and widely understood sports are becoming involved loopholes. eachyear when coaches realize

apossibilityto get an edge. Precise numbers are difficult to come by, but an analysis

done for The New York Times by the National Collegiate Scouting Association, a com-

pany that consults with families on the recruiting process, shows that while only 5 percent

of men's basketball players and 4 percent of football players who use the company commit

to colleges early — before the official recruiting process begins — the numbers are 36 percent in women's lacrosse and 24percent in women's soccer. At universities with e l ite

teams like North Carolina and Texas,the rosters are almost entirely filled by the time offi-

cial recruitingbegins. For both girls and boys, the trend is gaining steam despite the unhappiness of many of the

on the youngest girls at the tournament, those in the eighth

ninth grader barreled down the slide. Dames said that he kept a

good relationship with those programs but that he generally refused to connect colleges with girls before their sophomore year in high school, about what college to attend.

er players, but he is not happy Once the colleges manage to about the way the practice has connect with a player, they evolved.

"It's killing all of us," he said. Dorrance's biggest complaint is that he is increasingly making early offers to players who do not pan out years later.

have to deal with the prohibi-

tion on making a formal scholarship offer before a player's final year of high school. But there is now a well-evolved process that is informal but "If you can't make a decision considered essentially binding on one or two looks, they go by all sides. to your competitor, and they Either side can make a differmake an offer," he said. "You

'It's killing all of us'

eachone. "Notre Dame, North Carolina and Florida State have calledabout her, "he said asone

and ninth grades. Dorrance is when he thinks they are too credited with being one of the young to be making decisions first coaches to look at young-

ent decision after an informal

are under this huge pressure commitment, but this happens The earlyrecruitingmachine to make a scholarship offer on infrequently because players was on full display during the their first visit." are expected to stop talking Florida t ournament, w h ere The result has been a grow- with coaches from other proHaley played alongside hun- ing number of girls who come grams and can lose offers if dreds of other teenage girls at a to play for him at North Caro- they are spotted shopping sprawling complex of perfectly lina and end up sitting on the around. Coaches usually stop mowed fields. bench. recruiting other players. A Sunday afternoon game The organizer of the Florida Most dub coaches are more between 14-year-olds from Tex- event, the Elite Clubs National cooperative than Dames and as and Ohio drew coaches from League, was set up a few years view it as their job to help faMiami, Arizona, Texas and ago to help bring together the cilitate the process, even if they UCLA — the most recent Divi- bestgirls'soccer teams from think it is happeningtoo early. sion I national champion. Mill- around the country, largely for Michael O'Neill, the director ing among them was the most the sake of recruiters. At the of coaching at one of the top storied coach in women's soc- recentevent, inan Orlando sub- clubs in New Jersey, Players cer, Anson Dorrance of North urb, an estimated 600 college Development Academy, said Carolina, who wore a dark hat coachesattended as 158 teams that he and his staff help set up and sunglasses that made him played on 17 fields over the phone calls so that his players look likea poker player as he course of three days. do not miss out on opportuniscanned the field. ties. They also tutor the players Dorrance, who has won 22 Club coaches in key role on handling the process. "You almost have to," O'Neill national championships as a The early recruiting system coach, said he was spending has given significant power said. "If you don't, you can get his entire weekend focusing to club coaches, who serve as leftbehind."

see

gan and stocked with iPads and other devices to allow

tooned with a Republican slo-

cameras,there are plenty of

strategist and a former aide

actors happyto audition." The Republican leadership in Congress is trying not to cede control to its freelance responders. In an effort led by McMorris Rodgers, members shuffling out of the House

to Speaker John Boehner of Ohio. "It used to be that congressional leadership could develop the broad outline of the party's message, and everyone else could echo it.

We're no longer in a place where members are echoing dress will be steered toward leadership. They're competone of several rapid-response ing with leadership." chamber after Obama's ad-

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Paul, R-Ky., plans to spend them to record six-second vidpart of Tuesday in a television eos through Vine. studio off Capitol Hill recordRepublican officials said ing his own unsanctioned members were being encourrebuttal to President Barack agedto focus onpushingback Obama's address that night. on Democratic daims that the His staff plans to blast the Republican-controlled House video to news outlets around has offered little of an agenda the world, and to the hun- of its own other than to opdreds of thousands of people pose the president. the senator reaches online But amid all the jockeying through Twitter, Facebook for who can have the best, andSnapchat. loudest and most effective Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, will retort Tuesday, many Repubhave top billing for the newest licans and Democrats who — and to some Republicans have been through this before the most unwelcome — post- are asking, Why bother? The State of the Union event, the response is a risky endeavor, officialTea Party response. often marred by inelegance Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, not and blunder. "There's never been a good content to wait until 'Ibesday, got rolling last week when he one," said John Feehery, who released a statement in which was an aide to Dennis Hasthe demandedthatObama an- ert, a Republican and a forsweraccusations on avariety mer House speaker. "There's of issues, including National this element of getting too Security Agency surveillance close to the sun. They think and the Affordable Care Act. they're hot stuff, and their hot He then followed up with a stuff gets melted in the glare letter to A t torney General of the lights. It's very risky." Eric Holder Jr. asking for a The practice of answerspecial prosecutor to look into ing a president's State of the accusations of political perse- Union as the opposition party cution by the Internal Reve- does today on broadcast telenue Service. vision began in 1982, when C ompeting with t h em Democrats produced a docufor the soapbox will be Rep. mentary-style program with Cathy McMorris Rodgers of ordinary citizens and memWashington, the fourth-rank- bers of Congress sounding ing Republican in the House, offon the Reagan presidency. who is to deliver the party's They stuck to this format for a official response. few years, and one year fea"There is no dear leader- tured a young, telegenic and ship in the Republican Party little-known governor from right now, no dear direction Arkansas named Bill Clinton. or message, and no way to But back then there was no enforce discipline," said Mark Twitter, no Vine and no Tea McKinnon, a veteran Repub- Party. "The message development lican strategist who has become an outspoken critic of for the party and on Capitol hisparty."Andbecausethere's Hill has been flipped," said a vacuum, and no shortage of Kevin Madden, a Republican

games, at the pool at the Mar-

dents are offered full scholarshipsbefore they have taken

booths, which will be fes-

For example, Sen. Rand

Dames, the coach of one of the most successful youth club teams, the Chicago Edipse. In Florida, Dames kept a watchful eye on his players between

talk to me that early," Haley,

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A rundown of gamesandevents to watch for locally and nationally from the world of sports:

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Sunday

Sunday

High schoolwrestling, Culver at Crook County, 7 p.m.:Twoof Oregon's longtime prep wrestling powers face off inthe annual CowdogClassic, this year being hosted by CrookCounty High in Prineville. The Class2A/1A Bulldogs will havetheir hands full with the 4ACowboys, whoare coming off an impressive victory at the Reser's Tournament ofChampions. Both teams wontheir respective classes at last week's OregonWrestling Classic.

College men'sbasketball, Southern California atOregonState, 6 p.m. (Pac12 Networks);UCLAat Oregon, 6p.m. (ESPN/ESPN2):The Beavers have played their way to respectability in the Pac-12 Conferenceand meet aTrojans teamtrying todothesamething.TheDucks,ranked No. 10 in thenation before slumping to start the Pac-12season, entertain the Bruins, a teamlooking to stay onthe heels of top-ranked Arizona intheconference race.

High schoolswimming, City ofBendHigh School Invitational atJuniperSwim& Fitness Center, 6p.m.: Thedistrict and state championships are onthe horizon, but first things first — time toseewho is the best in Bend.TheSummit girls and boys teamsclaimedthat honor last year on their way to state titles, but watch for Bend High and Mountain View togivethe Storm an intracity challenge inthe final home meet of the seasonfor all three programs.

Super BowlSundayOamRun in Prineville, 10 a.m.:For those who plan to spend the rest of the dayparked in front of a big-screen TVwith piles of munchies, this annual run offers a fit way to start this unofficial national holiday. Racedistances are 20 miles, 10 miles and 5kilometers. The event raises funds for the CrookCounty High track team. For more information or anentry form, go to www.normsxtremefitness. com or call Norm Smith at 541-416-0455.

NFL football, SuperBowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadiumin East Rutherford, N.J., kickoff at 3:25 p.m. PST(Fox): A dream matchup pits the touted defense of the NFC champion Seattle Seahawksagainst the high-octane offense of future Hall of Famequarterback PeytonManningandtheAFC champion Denver Broncos.

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ON DECK Today Boysbasketball: CulveratWaldport, 4p.m. Girls baskelbag:CulveratWaldport,5:30 p.m.

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Hall Of Famer Gola dieS at 81 —TomGola, the Hall of Fame basketball player who led LaSalle to the1954 NCAAtitle and helped the Philadelphia Warriors win the 1956NBAchampionship, died Sunday. Hewas 81. Gola's wife, Caroline, said he died at St. Joseph's Manor in Meadowbrook. Golawasseriously injured in 2003 and was in a coma for several daysafter he fell and hit his head on acurb. Gola also led LaSalle to the 1952 NITtitle and a runner-up finish in the1955 NCAAtournament. He still holds the NCAAcareer rebounds record with 2,201 andscored 2,461 points. Heandformer George Washington player JoeHolupare the only players in NCAAhistory to top 2,000 in both points and rebounds.

FOOTBALL Coaches concerned about snow on practice fieldsSuper Bowl coaches John Foxand PeteCarroll expressed concern Sunday that snow on the practice fields could hinder their preparation this week. But the NFLsaid both teams will have the ability to practice outside. The NewYork metropolitan area has been hit with snow and icy temperatures for several weeks. Fox's Denver Broncos will train at the Jets' facility in Florham Park. Carroll's Seattle Seahawks will work at the Giants' complex at the Meadowlands. Fox said Sunday he prefers the natural grass field outdoors because it "saves players' legs," and the Broncos have brought along their field experts, adding "We'll see if we have to go inside or on their artificial turf." Carroll said he "understands there's snow on the field and it's frozen and we likely could be inside most of the week."

MOTOR SPORTS ACtiOn ExpreSS takeS win in Rolex 24 at DaytOna —Joao Barbosa held off Max Angelelli on a restart with 8:23 remaining of a 24-hour race to giveAction Express Racing its second win in four years at the prestigious Rolex 24 atDaytona. Barbosa haddriven the No. 5 Corvette to a13.1-second lead onSundaywhen afull-course caution with 21 minutes remaining put the victory in jeopardy. The field was bunchedand allowedAngelelli one final chance to give Wayne Taylor Racing the win. But Barbosaeasily pulled away to get the win for teammatesChristian Fittipaldi and Sebastian Bourdais. Wayne Taylor Racing finished second for the second consecutive year. Action Express' second car finished third andChevrolet swept the podium with three Corvette teams left standing at the end of the twice-around-the-clock endurance race.

CYCLING Simon Gerranswins TourDownUnder for 3rd timeAustralian SimonGerranswon cycling's Tour Down Under byfive seconds from compatriot Cadel EvansSunday, becoming the first rider to win the ProTourevent three times. Andre Greipel of Germany won the sixth and final stage over 18laps of a 4.75 kilometer street circuit in downtown Adelaide, for the third straight year. It was Greipel's16th career stage win onthe season-opening tour. — From wire reports

Girls basketball:Trinity Lutheranat Paisley,5:30 p.m.; GilchristatNorthLake,2p.m.; Redmond vs. Bakerat PrairieCity HighSchool,1 p.m. Wrestling: Sisters, LaPine, Madrasat LaPineInvite, TBD;Redmondat Mid-Valley ClassicTournament at South Albany,10a.m. Alpine skiing:OSS Aat Mt. Bachelor, GiantSlalom, Cliffhanger,TBD Nordic skiing: OISRA skate and relay racesat Mt. Bachelor,11:30 a.m.

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INDIVIDUALSTATISTICS RUSHING —Team Rice: Forte6-31, Murray 4-25, L.Mccoy 3-14,Tolbert 3-14, Gordon1-13, A.Smith1-13,Brees2-4. TeamSanders: Charles 5-43, Lacy 7-14, Morris2-4, Newton 2-1, Luck1-0. PASSING —Team Rice: A.Smith 9-22-1-116, Rivers 8-13-2-94,Brees9-19-1-81. Team Sanders: Newton 8-17-1-95, Foles 7-10-0-89, Luck 5-7-1-80. RECEIVING— Team Rice: Gordon6-66, Graham5-51,Murray4-37, Gonzalez3-50, Forte 3-24, Jeffery2-22, Marshag1-21,LMccoy1-18, Mccluster 1-2.TeamSanders: Morris4-69,Jackson3-40, Cameron 3-27, Reece2-31,Witen 2-26,Bryant2-12, A.Brown1-39,Lacy1-9, Green1-7, Charles1-4. MISSEOFIELDGOALS—Team Rice: Gostkowski 53(WR).Team Sanders: Tucker66(SH),

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HOCKEY NHL ColeSprando,NoahAskew),1:59.53. 1gg backstroke —1,JeremyMoon,S,58.95;4, NoahAskew,S,1:16.99. 100 breaststroke — 1,ReigyKompaniet, GP, 1:07.51; 3,JoaquinSwett, S,1:20.24; 6, ColeSprando, S,1:22.61. 400 freestyle relay — 1, GrantsPassA, 3:44. 09;2,SummitA (JeremyMoon,KoalRobson, ChristianBergin,TristanTodd), 3:57.28.

BASKETBALL Men's College Standings

Pacific-12 Conference AU timesPST

Conference Overall W L W L 7 0 20 0

Arizona UCLA 5 2 16 4 Summit atAshlandThree-Way California 5 2 14 6 SaturdayResults Washington 5 3 13 8 (AU events inyards) ArizonaSt. 4 3 15 5 GIRLS Stanford 4 3 13 6 Team dual-meet results — Summit 160, Colorado 4 4 15 6 GrantsPass114; Summit 169,Ashland79; Grants OregonSt. 3 4 11 8 Pass151,Ashland88. Oregon 2 5 14 5 Individual Utah 3 5 14 6 (Winners, otherSummitplacers) SouthernCal 1 6 10 10 200 medleyrelay —1, Summit A(GiannaBel- WashingtonSt. 1 7 8 12 za, AliEpple,ErinTyler,AbbySorlie),2:06.11;4, SumSunday'sGames mit B (MikaylaGrover, EricaLargent, PaigeSimoneau, Stanford79, USC71 TrinleySherpa),2:24.76. Oregon71,Washington St.44 200 freestyle — 1, Christi Drevets,GP,2:21.00; Arizona65, Utah56 3, CatironaSmith, S, 2:26.01; 4,AudreyParks, S, UCLA76,California 64 2:30. 85;5,JennaWimmer,S,2;37.21;6,AshleyTimWednesday'sGames mers, S, 2:39.53. ArizonaatStanford, 6p.m. 200 individualmedley —1, GraceConnelly, ArizonaSt.at California, 8p.m. GP,2:36.08;2,MikaylaGrover,S,2:36.90;4,Paige Thursday'sGames Simoneau, S, 2:57.42; 6, AlondraHungerford, S, UCLA at Oregon, 6p.m. 3:18.65. t., 6 p.m. gg freestyle — 1,AdaLawson, A,26.62; 2, Gi- USCatOregonS Saturday'sGames annaBelza,S,27.90;4, AbbySorlie, S,28.00;6, Laura Utah atColorado, 11a.m. Robson, S,28.81;9,AshleyTimmers,S,30.62. ArizonaSt.at Stanford,1 p.m. 100 butlergy — 1,Ali Epple,S, 1:04.57; 2, Erin Washington atWashingtonSt.,3 p.m. Tyler,S,1:10.96;3, Catriona Smith, S,1:20.88. SCatOregon,5p.m. 1gg freestyle —1, AdaLawson, A, 59.31;2, U Arizona at C al ifornia, 7:30p.m. Abby Sorlie, S,1:01.12;6, EricaLargent, S,1:08.86; Sunday'sGames 7, Jenna Wimmer, S,1:10.79; 8, AlondraHungerford, UCLAat OregonSt., 11:30a.m. S, 1:12.73. 5gg Ireesfyle — 1,LauraRobson, S, 6:05.87; Sunday'sSummary 4, CamilleStilwell, S, 7:18.87;5, PaigeSimoneau,S, 7:19.42;6, HaleyJoyner, S,7:23.94. 200 freestyle relay — 1,AshlandA, 1:53.64; Oregon 71, Washington St. 44 3, Summit A (LauraRobson, Alondra Hungerford, OREGON (14-5) JennaWimmer, CatrionaSmith),2:02.39; 4, Summit 8 Moser3-8 2-29, Carter2-72-2 6, Artis 2-4 2-2 (Madel ineShaw,LisbethRamos,KacieBohme,Hannah Cam el), 2:40.62. 7, Young 3-92-210, Dotson3-61-1 8, Armstead1-1 0-02,Lucenti0-00-00,Loyd1-20-02,Friedman 100 backstroke —1,Ali Epple, S,1:07.16; 2,GiannaBelza,S, 1:10.64;4, MikaylaGrover, S,1:15.22; 0-0 0-0 0, Calliste8-10 0-020, Amardi1-3 1-23, Abdul-Bassit1-5 0-0 2,Austin1-1 0-0 2,Cook0-1 6, Audrey Parks, S,1;19.57. 1gg breaststroke — 1,GraceConnegy,GP, 0-00. Totals26-57 10-1171. WASHINGTON ST. (8-12) 1:23.39; 2, ErinTyler, S, 1:23.45; 3, EricaLargent, Shelton2-7 0-0 6,Railey 0-1 2-42, Oilorio 0-2 S,1:24.15; 5,CamileStigwell, S,1:30.43; 8,Kacie 0-0 0, Woolridge1-5 2-5 4,Johnson3-10 0-0 9, Bohme, S,1:33.45. 4gg freestyle relay — 1,Sum mit A (Gianna Iroegbu1-7 4-4 7, Kernich-Drew0-2 1-2 1, Hunter Belza,AbbySorlie, ErinTyler,Ali Epple), 4:15.29;4, 0-0 0-0 0, Longrus0-1 3-4 3, Baffard0-0 0-0 0, Summit B(AshleyTimmers, AudreyParks, Camile Hawkinson1-24-6 6, Boese2-3 0-06. Totals 104016-25 44. Stillwell,HaleyJoyner), 4:50.92. Halftime —Oregon30-17. 3-Point Goals—Oregon BOYS Team dual-meet results —GrantsPass134, 9-22 (Calliste4-6, Young2-7, Artis1-1, Dotson1-3, Summit86; Summit 109,Ashland86; GrantsPass Moser 1-4,Abdul-Bassit0-1), WashingtonSt. 8-26 130, Ashland 74. (Johnson3-9, Boese2-3, Shelton2-5, Iroegbu1-6, Dilorio 0-1,Longrus0-1, Kernich-Drew0-1). Fouled Individual Out—None. Rebounds—Oregon 43 (Carter, Moser (Winners, otherSummitplacers) 200 medley relay — 1, GrantsPassA,1:48.76; 9), WashingtonSt.24(Johnson5).Assists—Oregon 2, Summit A(Koal Robson, Joaquin Swett, Tristan 15 (Loyd5),WashingtonSt.8(Iroegbu, Kernich-Drew Todd,JeremyMoon), 2:00.17. 3). Total Foul— s Oregon 19, Washington St. 11. 200 freesiyle — 1,JoeDrevets, GP , 1:56.81; 3, A—3,866. KoalRobson,S,2:21.53. 200 individualmedley —1, DanielSloan,GP, Sunday'sGames 2:24.26;2, ChristianBergin, S,2:28.12. East gg freestyle —1, ColeHarding,A,22.84;2,Jer- Canisius78,Marist 65 emyMoon,S,23.95;5, NoahAskew,S,29.64;6, Cole Cincinnati80,Temple76 Sprando,S,31.19;7, Cathal Doyle, S,31.88. Harvard80,Dartmouth50 100 buftergy — 1,CamMerker, GP , 1:00.40; 2, lona 71,St. Peter's 63 TristanTodd,S,1:06.31. NewHampshire61, Mass.-Lowell 32 1gg freestyle — 1, Reily Kompaniet, GP , 52.81; Princeton84,Kean54 5, Koal Robson, S,1:04.14; 6, Joaquin Swett, S, Quinnipiac90, Manhattan86, OT 1:05.17;9, Cathal Doyle, S,1:12.84. Rider77,Monmouth(NJ) 71,OT 500 freestyle — 1, ColeHarding,A, 5:05.23; Siena64,Fairfield 56 5, ChristianBergin, S,5:57.51; 6, TristanTodd, S, StonyBrook79,Maine61 6:14.11. UMass90,Fordham52 200 freestyle relay — 1, GrantsPassA, Vermont72,Binghamton39 1:38.73;4, Summit A(Christian Bergin, Cathal Doyle, South

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Thursday Boys basketball: RogueValley Adventist atGilchrist, 7p.m. Girls baskelbaU: RogueValley Adventist atGilchrist, 5:30p.m. Wrestling: CrookCountyat Ridgeview,7 p.m.; Redmond atBend,7 p.m.; Summit at Mountain View, 7p.m. Swimming:HenleyatMadras,4:45p.m. Friday Boys basketball: CrookCountyat Bend, 7p.m.; Summit atRidgeview,7 p.mc Mountain Viewat Redmond, 7 p.mc Sisters at CottageGrove,5:45 pm.;JunctionCityatLa Pine,545p mcGladstone at Madras,7p.m. Girls baskelbag:RidgeviewatSummit, 7 p.m.; Bend at CrookCounty,7 p.mcRedmond at Mountain View, 7p.m.;Sistersat CotageGrove,7:15 p.m.; Junction City at LaPine, 7:15p.mcMadrasat Gladstone,7p.m.;TriadatTrinity Lutheran,4p.m. Swimming: Bend, Mountain View, Summit at Bend City MeetatJuniperSwim8 FitnessCenter, TBO; SistersatSweet Home/Stayton,4 p.m. Nordic skiing:OHSNOat Mt. HoodMeadowsNight Race,Freestyle, TBD

kick), 9:05. SAN —Newton1run(Tucker kick),5:42. RIC—Gordon 10 passfromRivers (Gostkowski kick),:36. Fourth Ouarter SAN —Cameron12 passfromFoles (Tuckerkick), 4:41. RIC—Murray20 passfromA.Smith (Tolbert run), :41. A—47,270.

Wednesday Boys basketball:WesternMennonite atCulver, 6:30 p.m. Girls basketball: WesternMennoniteat Culver,5 p.m. Wrestling:Culyervs.CrookCountyat CowdogClassic in Prinevile, 7p.m.

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Tuesday Boys basketball: Ridgeview at Bend,7p.mc Summit at Redmond,7 p.m.; CrookCounty at Mountain View, 7p.m.;Sistersat JunctionCity, 5:45p.m.; Elmira at La Pine,5:45p.mcMadras at LaSalle, 7p.mcNorthLakeatCentral Christian, 6:30p.m. Girls basketball: RedmondatSummit, 7p.m4Bend at Ridgeview, 7 p.mcMountainViewat Crook County,7p.m.; Sistersat JunctionCity, 7:15p.m.; Elmiraat LaPine,7:15 p.mcLaSalle at Madras,7 p.m.; Crane atTrinity Lutheran,5 p.mcNorth Lake at CentralChristian,5p.m.

Boys basketball: Gilchrist atNorthLake,5:30 p.m.; Redmond vs. Baker at Prairie CityHighSchool, 7

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NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AU TimesPST

Memphis80,South Florida58 NC St ate80,GeorgiaTech78,OT NorthCarolina80, Clemson61 Midwest Evansville 66Bradley60 Green Bay62, Detroit 52 Indiana 56, glinois 46 Nebraska 82, Minnesota78 Toledo81,KentSt. 78 W. Michigan 62,Ball St.53 Southwest SMU75,Houston 68 Far West Arizona65,Utah56 Oregon 71,Washington St.44 Stanford79,SouthernCal71, OT UCLA76,California64

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Tampa Bay Toronto Montreal Detroit Ottawa Florida Buffalo

Sunday'sGames East Canisius75,Siena66 Drexel55,Northeastern52 Fairfield61,Quinnipiac52 lona66,St.Peter's 54 Monmouth (NJ)75, Manhattan70 NewHampshire75,Mass.-Lowell68 PennSt.83,Minnesota53 SaintJoseph's75, Dayton 63 St. John's66, Georgetown63 StonyBrook65, Maine49 Syracuse 84,Virginia 75 Uconn81,SouthFlorida 53 Vermont65, Binghamton 57 WakeForest56, Boston College50 South Alabama 69,Georgia66 Clemson 60,Miami52 Coll. ofCharleston68, Delaware66

Duke111,Pittsburgh67 Florida87,Auburn69 FloridaSt.70,Virginia Tech54 James Madison 77,UNCWilmington41 Kentucky68,Arkansas58 LSU66,Mississippi 56

Louisyille88,Memphis 61 MississippiSt.69,Missouri62 NC State80, GeorgiaTech73 SouthCarolina61,Vanderbilt 57 UNCAshevile 73,Charleston Southern 48 William 8Mary69,Towson60 Midwest Akron101,E.Michigan79 BowlingGreen57, N.Illinois 44 Buffalo73,Ball St.69 Drake97,Bradley77 Michigan60,Wisconsin 44 MichiganSt.82,OhioSt. 68 N.Iowa70,LoyolaofChicago59 Northwestern63, Nebraska59 S. Illinois66,Evansville 57 Southwest Baylor69,OklahomaSt. 66, OT Tennessee 76,TexasA&M55 Far West ArizonaSt.68,Colorado66 California69,UCLA53 Denver 87, W.Illinois 83 Oregon 101,Washington 85 Oregon St. 72,Washington St.57 Utah60,Arizona57

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NFL NATIONALFOOTBALL LEAGUE

Playoff glance AU TimesPST

SuperBowl Sunday, Feb.2 Af East Rutberlord, N.J. Denvervs.Seatle, 3:30p.m.(Fox) Sunday'sSummary

Team Rice22, TeamSanders 21 0 14 0 8 — 2 2 7 7 0 7 — 21 First Ouarter

SAN —Jackson 36 pass from LuckPucker kick), SecondQuarler

57 135 144 54 147 165 4 9 127 158 3 5 97 144

DEALS

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Metropolitan Division GP W L OT PlsGF GA P ittsburgh 52 36 14 2 7 4 168 128 N .Y.Rangers 54 28 23 3 59 139 138 C olumbus 51 2 6 21 4 5 6 150 145 P hiladelphia 53 25 22 6 5 6 142 158 C arolina 51 2 3 1 9 9 5 5 131 145 NewJersey 53 22 20 11 55 127 132 W ashington 52 23 21 8 5 4 148 154 N.Y.tslanders 54 21 25 8 50 154 179 WesternConference Central Division GP W L OT PlsGF GA Chicago 54 32 10 12 76 190 149 St. Louis 5 1 35 11 5 75 177119 Colorado 5 1 32 14 5 6 9 149 134 Minnesota 5 4 28 20 6 62 129 133 Dallas 5 2 24 20 8 56 151 153 Winnipeg 5 4 25 24 5 5 5 152 158 Nashville 5 4 23 23 8 54 132 163 Pacific Division GP W L OT PlsGF GA A naheim 5 4 3 9 1 0 5 8 3 182 130 S anJose 5 2 3 4 12 6 7 4 165 125 L osAngeles 53 29 18 6 64 132 113 V ancouver 53 27 17 9 6 3 135 134 Phoenix 52 2 4 1 8 10 58151 160 C algary 52 1 8 2 7 7 4 3 119 165 E dmonton 54 1 6 32 6 3 8 140 188 NOTE: Twopoints for a win, onepoint for overtime loss. Sunday'sGames Florida 5,Detroit 4,SO N.Y.Rangers 7,NewJersey3 Winnipeg 3, Chicago1 Edmonton 5, Nashvile1 Vancouver5,Phoenix 4, OT Today'sGames BostonatN.Y. Islanders,4p.m. Columbus at Carolina,4 p.m. BuffaloatPittsburgh, 4:30p.m. ColoradoatDalas, 5:30p.m. Edmonto natVancouver,7p.m. Los Angeleat s SanJose, 7p.m. Tuesday'sGames Florida atBoston,4 p.m. TampaBayatToronto,4p.m. Detroit atPhiladelphia,4 p.m. Ottawaat Columbus, 4p.m. Washingtonat Buffalo, 4:30p.m. Carolinaat Montreal, 4:30p.m. NewJerseyatSt.Louis,5 p.m. Nashville atWinnipeg,5p.m. LosAngelesatPhoenix,6p.m. ChicagoatCalgary,6:30 p.m. MinnesotaatAnaheim,7p.m.

Women's College

TeamRice Team Sanders

EasternConference Atlantic Division GP W L OT PlsGF GA 5 0 32 15 3 67 147 110 5 2 31 16 5 67 155 128 54 27 2 1 6 6 0 155 168 5 2 27 20 5 59 128 134

BASEBALL NationalLeague MILWAU KEEBREWERS— Agreedto termswith 2B JoeThurstonandOFJeremy Hermida on minor leaguecontracts. FOOTBA LL National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS— NamedDennisHickeygeneral mana ger. WASHIN GTONREDSKINS—Named Randy Jordan running backscoach. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague DETROIT REDWINGS— ReassignedRW Mikael Samuelsson to GrandRapids (AHL). FLORIDA PANTHERS—Activated DAlex Petrovic from injuredreserveandassignedhimto SanAntonio (AHL). COLLEGE FLORIDA STATE—Announced QBJacob Coker will transferto Alabama.

NHL ROUNDUP

Late start doesn't slow Rangers in7-3 victory over Devils The Associated Press NEW YORK — Too much sun

forced the boys of winter to wait to play at the ballpark in the Bronx. Once clouds filled the skies over Yankee Stadium and snow began to fall — hockey weather for sureHenrik Lundqvist and the New York

Rangers got the best of the New Jersey Devils. Rick Nash scored for the fifth straight game during New York's four-goal middle period, and the Rangers rallied for a 7-3 victory over the Devils on Sunday. Sun reflecting off the ice delayed the start of the first hockey game at Yankee Stadium forabout an hour. The wait was expected to be longer,

so Lundqvist took a nap. Cloud cover took care of that problem more

quickly than expected. on 21 shots and was replaced by Cory that happens. It was just one of those Suddenly the All-Star goalie was Schneider at the start of the third. nights," Brodeur said. "You rely a lot on instinct, and awakened and told warm-ups would Nash has seven goals in his streak take place in 30 minutes. He put on poise, and I couldn't close my glove, it and 18 this season. his pinstripe pads, but still looked was so cold," said Brodeur, who along A day after the Los Angeles Kings groggy in the first period when New with Rangers coach Alain Vigneault and AnaheimDucks played in 60-deJersey took a 3-1 lead. criticized the chippy ice that required gree weather at Dodger Stadium, the "I was half asleep, mentally some- repairs. NHL returned to conditions more fitwhere else, but then I regrouped and N ew York got w i t hi n on e b e - ting for hockey. "Within 16 hours, two of t he I am happy with how I finished," fore the first intermission and then most-revered venues in sports welLundqvist said. swarmed Brodeur. "I'm not going to lie, when they Dominic Moore and Marc Staal comed more than 100,000 fans to scored the third one, I had a bad feel- had goals in the first for the Rang- sit under the sky and enjoy two of ing about it. My first thought was, ers, then Mats Zuccarello scored two the fiercest rivalries in the National 'Am I going to be able to finish this straight to put New York ahead for Hockey League," NHL Commissiongame'? Then you kind of regroup and the first time. Carl Hagelin and Nash er Gary Bettman said in a statement. tell yourself, 'I need to stop the next found the net, too, behind the belea- "The games were spectacular, the shot. That's it. There is no other way guered Brodeur, who angrily swatted images were unforgettable, and the to do this.'" the puck away after one of the tallies. sheer energy our sport creates was "Most of their goals went in off Devils counterpart Martin Brodeur unmistakable." had no such luck. He allowed six goals our players, or a stick or skate, and Also on Sunday:

Panthers 5, Red Wings 4: DETROIT — Nick Bjugstad scored in a shootout and Tim Thomas denied Detroit three times, lifting Florida to

a win over the Red Wings after trailing by two goals twice in regulation. Jets 3, Blackhawke 1: CHICAGO

— Al Montoya made 34 saves, Andrew Ladd scored his 150th goal and Winnipeg rallied to beat slumping Chicago. Canucks 5, Coyotes 4: VANCOUVER, British Columbia —

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Bieksa scored his second goal of the game at 2:15 of overtime, lifting Vancouver to a victory over Phoenix.

Oilers 5, Predators1: EDMONTON, Alberta— Ryan Smyth had a goal and an assist, and Edmonton snapped

a season-high six-game losing streak with a victory over Nashville.


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NBA ROUNDUP

Hot shooting Ducks ur ea s Warriors over 8 azers

dominateCougars OREGON

The Associated Press PULLMAN, Wash. — Or-

egon moved out of the cellar of the Pac-12 standings after dismantling Washington State 71-44 on Sunday night. "We desperately needed that," Oregon coach Dana Altman said. "It was a little

not you can't compete."

Que Johnson had nine points for Washington State (8-12, 1-7), all coming from behind the arc, and no other Cougar scored more than

M i k e M o s er State to within one at 13-12.

chipped in nine points and nine rebounds to help Oregon (14-5, 2-5) end a fivegame skid. Oregon dominated nearly

But it would be all Oregon from that point forward. The Ducks finished the

half on a 17-6 run, as Calliste scored the final six points to

give Oregon a 13-point halftime lead. from the field (26 of 57) and Young and Moser comevery statistic in the game. The Ducks shot 46 percent outrebounded Washington State 43-24. Oregon ended

OAKLAND, Calif. — Golden State

Warriors coach Mark Jackson has been pleading with his players to improve their defensive effort and efficiency for most of

way to make some shots, if

bit bigger than a monkey. seven points. It turned into a gorilla. I felt Washington State only good for the guys. We got us made two field goals inside a win and now, hopefully, we of the 3-point line, going 10 can build off of that." of 40 from the field, 8 of 26 Jason Calliste came off the from behind the arc. The bench and scored 20 points, Cougars also made just on 8-of-10 shooting, and 64 percentof their 25 freemade all six of his field goal throw attempts. attempts to give the Ducks I ke Iroegbu hit a t h r ee their 30-17 first half edge. midway through the first Joseph Young added 10 half to bring Washington p oints an d

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the past two weeks. They finally answered his call. Stephen Curry had 38 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, and the Warriors used a smothering defense to beat day night. "Justwhat the doctor ordered," Jackson sald.

Curry, the Western Conference's newly elected All-Star starting point guard,

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shiny gold shoes to carry the offensive load. The Warriors did it all on defense together, though, building a 22-point lead midway through the fourth quarter to put the game outofreach. Golden State outshot Portland 41.8 per-

cent to 33.7 percent and forced 15 turnovers while committing only nine. It was

a season low in points and shooting percentage and it tied the largest margin of defeat for the Blazers, who entered aver-

aging an NBA-best 109.5 points. "Just the will to win," Curry said. "We understand that's been one of our prob-

lems — just letting teams kind of cake walk around on the offensive end doing whatever they want to do early in the

Oregon points of the second

the night shooting 10 of 11 half as the Ducks extended

game." Damian Lillard had 16 points and four

from the free-throw line.

assists, and Wesley Matthews scored 21

their lead to 39-19.

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bined to score the first nine

"Oregon has a lot of talOregon led by 34 points ent, but we have to be able (69-35) with 3:06 remaining to score points, we can't win before the Cougars closed scoring 44, 49 points," Wash- the game by making free ington State coach Ken Bone throws and two Brett Boese said. "We just need to find a 3-pointers.

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for the Blazers, who had a quick turnaround after beating Minnesota in Portland on Saturday night. The Blazers had not been held below 40 percent shooting all season. The defeat

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5 for Portland's most lopsided margin. "That was a rough game," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. "The first half

both teams played pretty well, but the second half we didn't have much going at the offensive end. Golden State did a nice job

with its defense. It was just one of those nights where we just didn't have enough at the offensive end."

David Lee added 17 points and 12 rebounds while playing with a sprained left shoulder, and Klay Thompson scored 17 for a Warriors team that had lost three straight at home.

Jackson has been waiting for his team MarcioJose Sanchez IThe Associated Press to correct its defensive deficiencies of Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodaia dunks past Portland Trail Biazers' Nicolas Batum late, even after victories. Golden State

during the second half of Sunday night's game in Oakland, Calif. Golden State won103-88.

allowed an average of 92.8 points during a 10-game winning streak before dropping five of its last seven overall, allowing

quarter, when it quickly turned the game

Knicks 110, Lakers 103: NEW YORK-

into a rout. "What I like is we paid attention to detail," Jackson said. "We didn't have any

Carmelo Anthony followed his 62-point

108.4 points in those contests, including

an average of 115 in the five losses. The Warriors never let the Blazers get

comfortable. LaMarcus Aldridge, who game-planbreakdown. We battl ed. We finished with 11 rebounds and 10 points competed. We made multiple-effort plays on 2-of-14 shooting, didn't score until 2:18 and we continued it all night long." remainedinthesecond quarter. Golden State started the final quarter "Just one of those nights where I on a 12-2 run to take control. Lee's layup couldn't get going and I didn't find a put the Warriors up 91-69 with 7:18 rerhythm," Aldridge said. maining, leaving little drama late. And the only time Aldridge started to In other games on Sunday: get going, the Warriors responded. Heat 113, Spurs 101: MIAMI — Chris Andrew Bogut got into a skirmish with Bosh scored 24 points on 9-of-10 shooting, Aldridge after the whistle in the third LeBron James added 18 points and Miami Dean Hare/The Associated Press

Oregon forward Mike Moser (0) shoots overWashington State guard Dexter Kernich-Drew (10) during the second half of Sunday'sgame inPullman, Wash. Oregon won 71-44.

No.1 Arizona beats Utah for 20th win The Associated Press TUCSON, Ariz. — Aaron Gordon went on wild, fruit-

less drives to the basket, repeatedly shook his head in frustration and shot a free throw that had a better

TOP 25 ROUNDUP less defensive pressure and a dominating performance on the glass. Also on Sunday: No. 13 Massachusetts 90,

chance of bouncing off the

Fordham 52:

floor into the basket.

Mass.— Chaz Williams had 18 points and eight assists

The talented freshman never stopped h ustling, though, and came through with some of the biggest plays of the night. Gordon overcame a difficult night on the offensive

AM H E RST,

and Massachusetts rebound-

ed from a loss earlier this week. No. 15 Cincinnati 80, Tempie 76:

PH I L A D ELPHIA

— Sean Kilpatrick scored a season-high 29 points and providing top-ranked Arizo- Cincinnati staved off a Temna with a huge boost down plecomeback to remain unend with his relentlessness,

the stretch of a 65-56 victory

defeated in th e

over Utah Sunday night that

Athletic Conference. No. 23Memphis 80,South

extended the Wildcats' winning streak to a school-re-

A m erican

Florida 58:MEMPHIS, Tenn.

cord 20 games. — Chris Crawford scored "I'velearned from ayoung 15 points and converted five age that when it's not going of Memphis' season-high 10 your way, you have to try to 3-pointers. turn the tide and make it go Stanford 79, Southern your way," Gordon said. "The California 71: LOS ANGEball wasn't going through the LES — C h asson R andle rim tonight, but I picked up scoredseven ofhis 17 points my play in other aspects." in overtime, and Stanford It's a good thing for the beat Southern California to Wildcats that he did. avenge two close losses to Arizona (20-0, 7-0 Pac-12) the Trojans last season. struggled early, falling into UCLA 76, California 64: an early 10-point hole as they LOS ANGELES — D avid struggled to figure out Utah's Wear scored a career-high variety of defenses. 18 points, Kyle Anderson The Wildcats eventually finished with 17 points, 12 remanaged to decipher what bounds and five assists and the Utes were doing and UCLA never trailed en route wore them down with relent- to a victory over California.

quarter, then Aldridge tossed the ball at

rolled past San Antonio in an NBA Finals

the Warriors center. Officials called a technical foul on both players.

rematch from last season. Nets 85, Ceitics 79:BOSTON — Andray

game with 35 more, and New York beat

Los Angeles. Peiicans 100, Magic 92: NEW ORLEANS — Anthony Davis had 22 points,

a career-high 19 rebounds and seven blocked shots, and New Orleans beat Orlando to win its second straight game.

Suns 99, Cavaliers 90: CLEVELAND — Markieff Morris scored 27 points and Phoenix rallied from an 18-point halftime

deficit to defeat Cleveland. Mavericks 116, Pistons 106: DALLAS — Dirk Nowitzki scored 28 points and

Devin Harris had a season-high 14 for the second straight game to carry Dallas past Detroit.

Blatche scored 17 points to lead Brooklyn Nuggets 125, Kings 117:SACRAMENrun, with Curry connecting from outside to victory in the first visit by Paul Pierce TO, Calif. — Ty Lawson scored 27 points, and Lee cleaning up on the inside. Golden and Kevin Garnett to Boston since they Wilson Chandlerhad 20 and Denver deState held a 76-67 lead entering the fourth were traded last July. featedshort-handed Sacramento. The Warriors responded with a 16-2

NBA SCOREBOARD Standings

Summaries

All TimesPST

Sunday'sGames

EasternConference NI L Pct GB d-Indiana 34 9 .791 d-Miami 32 12 ,727 2'/2 Atlanta 23 20 .535 0 d-Toronto 22 21 .512 12 Chicago 22 21 .512 12 Washington 21 22 .488 13 Brooklyn 20 22 ,476 13i/2 Charlotte 19 27 .413 16'/2 Detroit 17 27 .386 1P/2 NewYork 17 27 .386 1P/2 Cleveland 16 28 ,364 18i/2 Boston 15 31 .326 20'/2 Philadelphia 14 30 .318 20'/2 Orlando 12 33 .261 23 Milwaukee 8 35 .186 26 WesternConterence W L Pct GB d-Oklahoma Cit y 35 10 .778 d-SanAntonio 33 0 .750 1'/2 Portland 33 12 .733 2 d-LA. Clippers 31 15 .674 4'/2 Houston 29 17 ,630 6 i/2 Golden State 27 18 .600 8 Phoenix 25 18 .581 9 Dallas 26 20 .565 9'/2 Memphis 22 20 .524 u'A Denver 22 21 .512 12 Minnesota 21 22 .488 13 NewOrleans 18 25 .419 16 LA. Lakers 16 29 .356 19 Sacramento 15 28 .349 19 Utah 15 29 ,341 19i/2 d-divisionleader

Sunday'sGames

Miami 03, san Antonio101 NewYork110,LA. Lakers103 NewOrleans100,Orlando92 Phoenix99, Cleveland90 Brooklyn85,Boston79 Dallas116,Detroit106 Golden State103, Portland88 Denver125,Sacramento117

Today'sGames Phoenixat Philadelphia,4 p.m. TorontoatBrooklyn, 4:30p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 5p.m. Atlantaat OklahomaCity,5 p.m. LA. ClippersatMilwaukee,5 p.m. Sacramentoat Utah,6 p.m. Nesday's Games NewOrleansatCleveland, 4p.m. OrlandoatDetroit, 4:30p.m. BostonatNewYork,4:30 p.m. SanAntonioat Houston, 5p.m. Memphisat Portland,7p.m. Washingtonat GoldenState, 7:30p.m. Indianaat LA. Lakers, 7:30p.m.

Warriors103, Blazers 88 PORTLAND I88) Batum1-43 45,Aldridge2-146610, Lopez47 2-210, Lillard5-164-616, Matthews5-149-0 21, Freeland 4-40-08, Wiliams3-90-07, McCollum2-7 1-26, Robinson2-61-25, Watson0-00-00, Barton 0-20-00. Totals28-8326-33 88. GOLDEN STATE(103) Iguodala5110012, Lee6165617, Bogut 2 3 0-0 4, Curry13-237-10 38,Thompson6-21 3-317, Barnes2-52-2 6, Crawford 2-60-05, Green1-40-0 2, Speights0-00-00,Bazemore0 00-00, Brooks1-2 0-0z Totals38-9117-21 103. Porlland 22 33 12 21 — 88 GoldenState 28 26 22 27 — 103 3-Point Goal— s Portland 6-21 (Matthews2-6, Lillard 2-7, Williams 1-2, McCollum1-4, Barton 0-1, Batum0-1), GoldenState 10-25 (Curry 5-8, Iguodala2-3, Thompson 2-9, Crawford 1-2, Barnes 0-1, Green0-2). FouledOut—Green. ReboundsPortland 65(Robinson, Aldridge11j, GoldenState 54(Lee12).Assists—Portland16(Lillard 4), Golden State 22(Curry 8j. TotalFouls—Portland19, Golden State 2t Technicals—Aldridge, Bogut A—19,596 (19,596).

Mavericks116, Pistons106 DETROIT (106)

Smith 10-24 5-7 25, Monroe 9-13 2-4 20, Drummond 2-50-24,Jennings10-184-826,Cald-

well-pope4 701 9,simgler 4 0 009, stuckey30 5-611, Harrellson1-20-02, Mitchell0-00-00.Totals 43-9116-28106. DALLAS (116) Marion4-90-08, Nowilzki 10-165-5 28, Dalembert 3-50-2 6,Calderon7-82-217, Ellis4-83-311, Carter4-8 4-613, Blair 4-91-2 9,Wright 2-24-48, Harris 4-74-414, Crowder1-2 0-0Z Totals 43-74 23-28116. Detroit 25 21 35 25 — 106 Dallas 28 28 28 32 — 116

Nets 85, Celtics79 BROOK LYN(85) J.Johnson2-71-26, Pierce2-102-26, Garnett 3-6 0-0 6, Livingston4-81-2 9, Anderson4-100-0 11, Blatche 6-155-617, Wiliams3-81-27, Teletovic 4-110-09, Kirilenko4-63-40, Terry1-30-03.Totals 33-8413-1885. BOSTON (79) Green2-13 3-4 8, Bass 6-6 5-6 17, Sullinger t-7 0-0 2, Rondo5-141-1 13,Wallace4-8 2-212, Pressey2-8 0-04, Humphries 2-52-2 6, C.Johnson 4-62-212,Olynyk1-61-23,Faverani1-1 0-0z Totals 28-7416-1979. Brooklyn 11 24 24 26 — 85

Boston

17 17 19 26 — 79

Pelicans100, Magic92 QRLANDQ I92) Afflalo 9-146-8 25, Harris7-143-3 17,G.Davis 4-101-1 9,Nelson6-141-1 15,Oladipo6-126-618, Moore370-06,0' Quinn0-40-00,Harkless1-20-0 2,Lamb0-00-00,Nicholson0-00-00.Totals3677 17-19 92.

NEw0RLEANsI100)

Aminu2-43-47, A.Davis9-214-622, Aiinca0-1 0-0 0, Roberts6-92-215, Gordon6-171-214, Evans 7-139-0 23, Miler3-40-09, Rivers2-42-26, Morrow1-20-0 2, withey1-60-0 z Totals37-81 21-27100. Orlando 21 23 25 23 — 92 New Orleans 27 2 7 21 25 — 100

SIIns 99, Cavaliers90 PHOENIX (99)

Tucker5-142-213, Frye5-92-216, Plumlee1-3 1-2 3, Dragic6-142-215, Green4-14 2-212, Mark. Morris8-1610-1227,Len0-00-00, Barbosa2-61-2 5, Smith0-21-21, Marc.Morris 3-41-2 7. Totals 34-82 22-2899.

CLEVEL AND(90) Deng7-184-618, Thomp son 6-95-717, Vareja01-90-3 2, Irving 8-238-8 24,Miles 5-110-012, Waiters2-5 0-0 4,Zeller 1-10-0 2, Jack3-80-0 8, Clark1-2 0-0 3,Dellavedova0-0 0-00. Totals 348617-24 90. Phoenix 22 21 25 31 — 99 Cleveland 29 32 6 23 — 90

Knicks110, Lakers103 LA. LAKERS (103) Young5-113-413, Kelly2-2 0-0 5, Gasol 8-15 4-6 20, Marshall 5-110-012, Meekst-13 2-2 24, Johnson 3-80-06, Harris 6-94-418, Hill 2-31-25, Sacre 0-30-00. Totals39-7514-18103.

NEWYORK(110) Shumpert2-70-0 5,Anthony14-31 5-635, Chandler 5-113-313,Felton8-102-220, Prigioni 0-30-0 0, Smith 6-122-416, Aldrich1-2 0-0 2, Hardaw ay Jr.7-12 0-1 18, Tyler 0-2 1-2 1. Totals 43-90 13-18 00. LA. Lakers 25 22 34 22 — 103 NewYork 22 29 32 27 — 110

Heat113, Spurs101

9-10 5-5 24,Chalmers6-8 2-2 16, Allen3-5 2-2 10, Wade 3-8 2-28, Cole4-92-211, Andersen3-4 2-28, Beasley5-82-212,0den1-31-23, Mason Jr. 1-2 0-0 3,Lewis0-10-0 0. Totals 43-741920 113. SanAntonio 28 2 2 21 30 — 101 Miami 34 24 33 22 — 113

Nuggets125, Kings117 DENVER (125) Chandler6-165-620,Faried7-121-215, Hickson 2-4 4-8 8,Lawson9-158-10 27, Foye4-132-2 12, Mozgov5-5 4-414, Fournier2-44-4 9, Q.Miler 3-4 0-0 8, Robinson 4-8 3-4 1z Totals42-81 31-40 125. SACRAM ENTO(117) Williams 3-5 6-7 12, Thompson5-7 3-4 13, Gray 3-4 0-0 6, Thomas7-21 7-8 22, Thornton 8-13 3-319,Acy2-3 0-0 4, Landry1-44-4 6, McLemore6-12 4-618, Outlaw4-7 2-210, Fredette 3-50-0 7,McCallum 0-00-0 0.Totals42-81 29-34 117. Denver 30 35 30 30 — 125 Sacramento 31 2 8 34 24 — 117

Leaders Through Saturday's games Scoring G FG FT PTS AVG Durant,OKC 44 440 394 1367 31.1 Anthony,NYK 40 381 242 1080 27.0 James,MIA 42 401 243 001 26.2 Love,MIN 42 341 260 1040 24.8 Aldridge,PO R 44 446 190 1083 24.6 41 336 168 974 23.8 Curry,GO L Harden,HOU 40 281 295 948 23.7 George,IND 43 345 212 1009 23.5 Griffin LAC 46 389 265 1051 2z8 Cousins,SAC 40 327 248 902 2z6 DeRozan, TOR 43 331 234 936 21.8 Irving,CLE 40 316 151 856 21.4 Nowitzki,DAL 43 329 181 905 21.0 Lillard,POR 44 292 201 917 20.8 Afflalo,ORL Wall, WAS Thomas,SAC Ellis, DAL

Gay,SAC Martin, MIN

Jordan,LAC Love,MIN Drummond,DET SANANTONIOI101) Belinelli 4-9 4-5 12,Duncan9-13 5-5 23, Diaw Howard,HOU 6-10 0-015, Parker4-92-211, Joseph2-6 2-2 6, Cousins,SAC Gimobili1-71-1 3,Ayres3-31-2 7, Mills1-6 0-03, Aldridge,PO R Jeffers2-31-25,Bonner1-30-03,Baynes3-30-06, Noah,CHI De Colo2-43-47.Totals38-7619-23101. Randolph,MEM MIAMI (113) Varejao,CLE James 8-15 1-1 18, Battier 0-1 0-0 0, Bosh Bogut,GO L

40 282 43 304 42 278 45 333 39 291 41 270

169 812 20.3 201 859 20.0 199 839 20.0 199 897 19.9 149 773 19.8 183 802 19.6

42 159 40 131 43 133 43 08

320 479 0.4 297 428 10.7 312 445 10.3 327 445 10.3

Rebounds G OFF OEF TOT AVG 46 194 439 633 13.8 42 138 409 547 13.0 43 223 327 550 1z8 46 158 419 577 Iz5 40 124 338 462 0.6 44 111 394 505 0.5


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OMMU1VITY P O RTS NORDIC SKI DIAMONDLAKERACE: Citizens' CrossCountry Ski Race at Diamond Lake Resort; Feb. 16,10:30 a.m.; 20K, 10K and 5K skate races and 10Kand 5Kclassic races; $15 by Feb. for adults, $2 and above for children; Reider Peterson at 541-488-8830 or Dan Bulkley at 541-535-5979. COMPETITIVENORDIC PROGRAM: Through May1; for athletes14 and over; five or six days a week; $2,200; or $1,500 from Nov. 19-May1; www.

bendenduranceacademy.org. HIGH SCHOOLNORDIC TEAM: Through March19;additional training for nordic athletes who are still involved with high school skiing; one to three days aweek, Wednesday through Sunday; starts at $375;

www.bendenduranceacademy.org.

YOUTH PROGRAM: MBSEFStevenson Youth Program; ages 7-11; through March; www.mbsef.org. MIDDLESCHOOL PROGRAM: MBSEF middle school program; ages11-14;through March;www.mbsef.org. HIGH SCHOOLPROGRAM: M BSEFhigh

school program;ages14and older; through March;www.mbsef.org. MASTERS PROGRAM:M BSEF maste rs program; ages 21 and older;through March;

www.mbsef.org.

HOME-SCHOOL NORDIC: Ages11-18; through Feb. 18, Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.; $100; www.bendenduranceacademy.

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SHE'S ONSKIS:M ountBachelor'swomen's only nordic program;Wednesdays or Saturdays;six-week and 12-week programs available; at the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center; www.mtbachelor.com. DAWNPATROLS:Nordic dawn patrols with Dave Cieslowski; Wednesdays, 1011:30 a.m.; through March 5;limited to 15

advancedskiers; sfoster©mtbachelor.com.

BABES IN SNOWLAND: Mt.Bachelor program for kids ages 4-5;Sundays, 9-10 a.m.; four different four-week sessions, the first started Dec.4.; at Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center; $105 clinic only, $125 clinic and rentals; sfoster©mtbachelor.com.

K'S FOR KIDS: Ages6-8; Sundays,10:3011:30 a.m.; threefour-week sessions, first session started Dec.4; at Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center; $105 clinic only, $125clinic and rentals;

sfoster©mtbachelor.com. INTRO TO SKATESKIING: Skate skiing clinics; Wednesdays, Fridays urSaturdays;fourweeksessions starting in December; $120for clinic and trail pass; $160for clinic, trail pass andrentals; at Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center;

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INTRO TO CLASSIC SKIING:Classic skiing clinics;Fridays orSundays;four-week sessions startedin December; $120for clinic and trail pass; $160for clinic, trail pass andrentals; at Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center; sfoster©mtbachelor.com.

RUNNING SUPER BOWLSUNDAY DAM RUN:20-mil e, 10-mile or 5K runsfrom Prineville to Bowman Dam; $30with T-shirtor $20without;Feb. 2, 10a.m.; chili and hot chocolate to follow run; www.NormsXtremeFitness.com. RUN FOR CHOCOLATE: 5Krun/walk; at Sunriver Resort;Feb. 15,10a.m.;$25; entry fee includes chocolate aidstation, chocolate treats and post-race food; benefits La PineHigh School's Future Business Leaders ofAmerica club and athletic department; www.sunriver-

resort.com.

SHOERELEASEPARTYAND RUN:Shoe brand Hoka releasesthe"Conquest"; at FootZone;Feb. 3,5:30 p.m.; free; 3-5 mile run; pizzaandbeer post-run; RSVP to angela© footzonebend.com. WINE RUN:Three-mile run from Footzone to Naked Winery tasting room in OldMill; Feb.10, 5:30 p.m.; discounted wineandfree cookies and cheesefollowing run; RSVPto angela©

footzonebend.com. ADVENTURE RUNNING:Runsfrom 3.5to 5 miles long over trails, roads, parks at10- to 12-minute-mile pace; firstand third Wednesdays of each month, 6p.m.; runlocation changes, email laura©footzonebend.com.for locations; dress warmandbring aheadlamp. PROPER FORMCLINIC:Good Form Running clinics;Feb.13 andMarch13, 5:30 p.m.;drills and videos to work onform; RSVPto angela@ footzonebend.com.

COMMUNITY BRIEFS

class for runners;Thursdays,5:30 p.m.;Jan. 30-March 20;$96; info©reporegon.comor 541-419-8208. SNOWSHOERUNNINGGROUP: Saturday morning snowshoe running group;through March 15;3-6 miles; SnowshoeWithLaura@

gmail.com. REDMOND OREGON RUNNINGKLUB (RORK):Weekly run/walk; Saturdays at 8 a.m.; all levels welcome; free; for more information and to be added to a weekly email list, email Dan Edwards at rundanorunf9©yahoo.com; follow Redmond Oregon Running Klub on Facebook. REDMONDRUNNINGGROUP: Weekly runsonTuesdays at6:30 p.m.;meetat314 S.W. Seventh St. in Redmond for runs of 3-5 miles; all abilities welcome; free; pia© runaroundsports.com; 541-639-5953. M OVE IT MONDAYS: Mondays at5:30 p.m.; carpool from FootZone to trailhead when scheduled (first and third Mondays of each month); all other runs start and finish at FootZone, downtown Bend; 3-5 miles; paces 7-12 minutes per mile; melanie© footzonebend.com; 541-317-3568. PERFORMANCE RUNNINGGROUP: 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays;with Max King; locations vary; interval-based; all ability levels; max@ footzonebend.com; 541-317-3568. REFLECTIVERUN:Group run of 3-5 miles; Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m.; bring lightsand reflective gear, leaves from Fleet Feet; free. NOON TACORUN: Wednesdays atnoon; meetat FootZone, downtown Bend; order a Taco Stand burrito before leaving and it will be ready upon return; teague© footzonebend.com; 541-317-3568 LEARN TORUN GROUP RUN:Wednesdays, 5:30p.m.;meetatFootZone,downtown Bend; conversational-paced runs of 2-3 miles; beginners and all paces welcome; 541-317-3568. GROWLERRUN:Group run of 3-5 miles; Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.; leavefrom Fleet Feet and finish with a shared growler of beer from Growler Phil's; free.

Brian Bainwonthe second performance atthe National Western Stock Show Rodeo inDenveronJan. 17with an 83-point ride. Terrebonneroper Russell Cardozaplacedsecond inthe tie-down roping event during the rodeo's third performance,turning in atime of 9.2 seconds.

Continued from B1 "The longer they are," Kolb saysabouthisrides,"fewerpeople show up." So when Kolb posted his newest and boldest route, what he has dubbed "The Oregon Outback" — a 360-mile gravel

WEIGHTLIFTING

epic that starts in Klamath Falls in far Southern Oregon and

Bain, CardOZa in the mOneyin DenVer —Culver barebackrider

Summit grad to lift at national junior championshipsJosh Brandt, a 2012graduate of Bend's Summit High, will compete at USA Weightlifting's 2014 National Junior Championships on Sunday in Denver. Now asophomore at Boise State University, Brandt is one of 24 competitors in his 85 kilogram (187pounds) weight class.

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PERMORMANCE ANDBIOMECHANICS STRENGTH:Rebound Physical Therapy's westside Bend clinic hosts strengthening

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ends at Oregon's northern border, the Columbia River — he figured he would have a hard time getting 50 other adventurous souls to ride the pathhe and photographer Gabriel Amadeus blazed last summer.

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CORK WEEKLYPERFORMANCE RUN: Thursdays; 5:30 p.m.; locationsvary; call Roger Daniels at 541-389-6424 for more information. FUNCTIONALSTRENGTH FOR RUNNERS: Thursdays; 6:15 p.m.; WillPowerTraining Studio,155 S.W. Century Drive, Suite 110, Bend; weekly workouts for runners, triathletes and cyclists; $5; 541-350-3938. SATURDAY GROUPRUN: Leave from Fleet Feet; 5-7mile runs; Saturdays, 8:30 a.m.;

MASTERSPROGRAM: MBSEFalpine masters ski racing program;through March; www.mbsef.org.

SUNDAYGROUPRUNS: Leave from Fleet Feet;Sundays, 2 p.m.; free. FUNCTIONALSTRENGTH FOR ENDURANCE RUNNERS: Produced by FootZone and Athlete Wise Performance Coaching;Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15 p.m. and Thursdays, 7:15-8:15 a.m; atFootZone;$5;

SOFTBALL

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SENIOR EVENTS Bend awarded 20140regOn Seniar GameS—Registrationis now openfor the2014OregonSenior Games,which will be staged in Bend June19-22. TheOlympic-style event is opento athletes whoare 50 or older. Sports at the2014senior gamesinclude swimming, trackand field, pickleball, tennis, archery, racquetball, tabletennis, andbowling, to namea few. Go towww.visitbend.com/seniorgamesfor moreinformation.

FOOTBALL Raider fan grauP tOhelP veteranS —TheBendOregon Raider Nation (B.O.R.N.) will be volunteering Feb. 8 atNewport Market from10a.m. to 5 p.m., collecting donations for the Central Oregon Veterans Outreach. B.O.R.N. isaccepting non-perishable foods and campinggear,suchastents,tarps,sleepingbags,backpacksand small camping stoves.

GYMNASTICS ACroviSian bOyS Standaut in Eugene — Acrovision's boys team producedtwo individual all-around winners at theWinter Invitational in Eugene onJan. 18.ZaneViles wasthe all-around champion in the boys Level 5,7-8 year old division and NathanVezina took first in the all-around in theboys Level 5, 9-10year old event. With Viles and Vezina leading theway, Acrovision's Level 5 boys placedfirst as ateam. — Bulletin staff report

bikers emailed Kolb that they could not get their cyciing kits on fast enough to join him. Welcome to the next big thing in biking. Gravel grinders, dirt road touring, bikepacking — call it

RimrockLanes, Prineville Week 19 50+

Team highs — Scratchseries: Fireballers,1,758; Scratchgame: HotShots, 597; Handicapseries: A &AEnterprises,2,374;Handicapgame:Easy4,82a Men's highs — Scratch series: BobFreeman, 538; Scratchgame:Matt Hawes, 183; Handicapseries: Chris Worthington,633; Handicap game: Paul Asman,213 women's highs —Scralchseries; Slela Oja 466; Scra tchgame:SusanLee,170;Handicapseries:Andrea Hoff man,623;Handicapgame:cheriGoodman,2ta Week20 GrizzlyMountainMen'sLeague Team highs — Scratchseries: KBWEngineering, 3,063 ;Scratchgame:NoBoundri es,980;Handicap series:Kiler WhaleAudio, 3,296; Handicapgame: Cougar Cuts,1,118. Men's highs — Scratch series: MarkHansen, 696; Scratch game:BuckBuck,256; Handicapseries:Geoff Jones,715; Handicapgame:JohnRickard,275. Week14 FridayuigMSpecial Team highs — Scratchseries: AlmostThere, 2,326;

Scratchgame:TheGrayMayers, 789; Handicapseries: TGIF, 2,824;Handicapgame:A&AEnterprises,949. Men's highs —Scratchseries: Gene McKenzie, 699; Scratchgame: Milt Hatzke,267;Handicapseries:Kelly Barner,743;Handicapgame:WesTreihaft,305 Women'highs s —Scratchseries:AmandaAldridge, t60; Scratch game:YulondaPlatt, 203;Handicapseries :KayJordan,697;HandicapgameJessCain,268.

RECREATIONALDOWNHILL RACING: Hoodoo hosts City League racing; five Fridays,Jan. 31 through Feb. 28;open to men and women, boys and girls of all

REDMOND AREAPARKAND RECREATION DISTRICT FAMILYSWIM NIGHT:7:25-8:25 p.m., Tuesdays,Cascade Swim Center, Redmond;adultmustaccompany anyone under age 18; $10 per family; 541-548-7275,

ages; for moreinformation, go towww. BendSkiClub.net. MBSEF RACEPROGRAMS: Runsthrough March;www.mbsef.org. DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM:MBSEF development for freeskiers and snowboarders;through March;www. mbsef.org. COMPETITIONPROGRAMS: MBSEF competition programs for freeskiers and snowboarders;through March;www. mbsef.org. FREESKIERAND SNOWBOARD PROGRAMS:MBSEFfull-time program for freeskiers and snowboarders;through April; www.mbsef.org. FULL-TIMEALPINE PROGRAM: MBSEF winter and full-time program for alpine ski race program;through March;www.mbsef. org. COMPETITIONPROGRAMS: MBSEF freeride and snowboard competition programs; through March; www.mbsef.org

Lava Lanes,Bend League leadeasandhigh scores Jan. 13-19 casino Fun— UpsandDowns;Raycamacho224/eir Teresa Mcoonald189/507. His asdHers— GoDucks!;JakeMcClennen256/750; Brand iMcclennen202/604. Guysasd Gals— Pinsn'Tonic;MikeCaisse278p24; JanetGettling196/542. LavaLanes Classic— Team 12;Dave Grimes 300/8 00;MoniqueMccleary209/551. Reject s— AlleyOops!;DougGray268P39;SueSnedden 222/527.

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Tolbert conversion gives TeamRicewin By Oskar Garcia

Nick Foles threw a 12-yard

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touchdown to Cleveland tight

HONOLULU Dallas running back DeMarco Murray caught a 20-yard pass for a touchdown and Carolina running back Mike Tolbert plunged into the end zone for a 2-point conversion with less than I minute to give Jerry Rice a win over Deion Sanders

in the first schoolyard-style Pro Bowl on Sunday. Baltimore's Justin Tucker

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Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (29) of Team Rice runs with the football in the first quarter.

Orleans tight end Jimmy with some big hits and fewer Graham and Cleveland wide shenanigans. end Jordan Cameron with less receiver Josh Gordon caught Jackson caught the game's than 5 minutes to play to give touchdowns for Team Rice. first touchdown pass f r om Sanders a 21-14 lead. The Pro Bowlers were split Indianapolis qu a r terback The touchdowns by Camer- up by the NFL greats in a new Andrew Luck. L uck t h r ew on and Murray were the only draft format meant to improve the ball 36 yards into double scoresof the second halfin a the game. The picks made coverage in the end zone on game that had eight turnovers earlier in the week created a flea flicker, where Jackson — including six interceptions matchups that pitted usual wrestled it away from Titans — and nine sacks. teammates against each oth- cornerback Alterraun Verner. Foles was the only quarter- er and challenged Rice and Graham caught an 8-yard back of six in the game to not Sanders to compare the allfade in the second quarter throw an interception. He was stars against one another. from teammate Drew Brees, named offensive MVP. The result was a game turning around Brees' slow Philadelphia wide receiver that appeared more com- s tart. Graham dunked t h e DeSean Jackson and Caroli- petitive than in years past, ball over the crossbar in celena quarterback Cam Newton bration, but San Diego safety also had touchdowns Eric Weddle jokingly for Team Sanddefended the

missed a 67-yard field goal on the game's final play after missing a 66-yarder earlier in the game. The touchdown and conversion gave Rice a comeback after Philadelphia quarterback ers.

New

attempt.

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(+/- 25t/2 times) Prop dets, on the Ield andotf One of the grand traditions of the Pro Bowl is all the

prop bets. Thereare the standard point totals and yards and scores at theend

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of the half, but what about

the coin flip? (+/- $110on a $100 bet). Howmany times will Peyton Manning

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By Jayson Jenks The Seattle Times

yell "OMAHA!" (+/- 25t/2

RENTON, Wash. — Safety Earl Thomas has no problem

times). How long will it take to sing the National Anthem? (You knowyou

admitting he can be a jerk. "I'm an ass during practice because I push my teammates," he said. " I'll be i n

their ear like I'm a coach. If they mess up, I'll be like, 'Damn, man, let's go!' " Quarterback Russell Wil-

want to take the over at 2

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minutes, 29 seconds.) Here are some prop bets from America's Line: PEYTON MANNING Passing yards:+/- 292t/~ Completions:+/- 25t/2 TD passes:+/-2 t/2

son isn't as d emonstrative,

but his quiet intensity produces thesame effect.

Passing attempts:+/- 37t/t How many times will he

"I spend a lot of time with

Russ," receiver Phil Bates said, "and he drives me to be

The sound of Peyton Manning barking "Omaha! Omaha!" is picked up by a tiny microphone in an offensive lineman's pads so it can

in there with him."

be broadcast to the world. In an age of enormous high-definition televisions and games streamed to tablets and smartphones, audio

The Seahawks are in the Super Bowl for many rea-

seems almost quaint. Yet TV executives have made it a major focus in recent years, for the exact reason so many people are fascinated by the Broncos quarterback's audibles — and it is now a proposition bet for the Super Bowl

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sons, but part of the equation

is rooted with Thomas and Wilson. In some ways, they arelikethepacecarduring a race. Because of the way they prepare, because of their intensity, they help set the tone.

orts oo s 00 astt e ame

"Whenever you're talking

about a t r u e c ompetitor, a true champion, a true foot-

ball player who is passionate and loves his job and does everything he can to help his team win," cornerback Richard Sherman said, "if you're not talking about Earl Thomas and Russell Wilson then I don't know what you're

talking about." Wilson is 25 but only in his second season. Thomas is in

his fourth year but only 24. " But when t w o

of y our

best players are your hardest-working," veteran linebacker Heath Farwell said, "you can do nothing but follow it."

Thomas always looks on edge. At practice, while his teammates joke on the sideline, he's usually staring straight ahead at the players on the field. During TV timeouts at games, while the rest

of the defense is dancing on the field, Thomas is usually pacing in the background. "I've never seen nothing

like that before," defensive back DeShawn Shead said. "I always felt like I was super focused and locked in, but that's a different leveL To see

that focus, you always want to try to reach that. And just by even trying to reach that, even if you ain't all the way there, it's going to be higher

• YoucanbetonTDs,completions, length of the NationalAnthemand more By Erik Matuszewski

we're wearing," Manning joked. "So it varies, really, play to play, so there's your answer to that one." B efore t h e A FC

titl e

The Las Vegas Hotel's SuperBook is the biggest sports book in Nevada and will issue more than 300 Super Bowl props. An over/ under on how many times Manning barks Omaha will

game against the New EnBloomberg News Rutherford, N.J. (over/under gland Patriots, eight OmaSome Super Bowl bettors of 34 degrees). Yet the Man- ha-based companies, innot beamong them. "We'll only have props will pay more attention to ning-Omaha prop might be cluding ConAgra Foods, what Peyton Manning says among the most unusual. Mutual of Omaha Insurance that you can look up the at the l in e o f s c r i mmage If a bettor chooses the and Omaha Steaks Interna- result in the box score, not than what he does after the "over" and Manning says tional, pledged donations to something that we'll have to ball is snapped. O maha 28 times or m o r e Manning's Peyback Foun- rely on TV," assistant manOnline sportsbook Bovada on the Fox T V b r oadcast, dation for each time he agerJeffSherman said. .lv is taking wagers on the the bettor he would win the said the city's name. ManProps account for about number of times the Den- same amount wagered. The ning said Omaha 31 times 30 percentofthe money waver Br oncos' q u arterback bettor would lose the bet in against the Patriots, result- gered on the Super Bowl at yells "Omaha" as one of his the same situation if Man- ing in donations of $24,800 Bovada, which is based in pre-snap calls during the ning said Omaha 27 times for his foundation. Kahnawake, Quebec. More NFL's Feb. 2 championship or fewer. Kevin Bradley, sports- than $10 billion is projected game against the Seattle Manning, a fo u r -time book manager at Bovada, to be bet on the Super Bowl Seahawks. NFL MoMV P i n h i s 1 6th said his research consist- worldwide, legally and ilThe over/under is 27 t/2 season, constantly audibles ed of looking at how many legally, according to handand is among a series of at the line of scrimmage, times Manning said Omaha icapping information webmore than 400 proposition changing plays to adjust to in relation to the number of site Pregame.com. bets, or props, released this the opposing defense. plays he runs, while considB rown sai d t h a t w h i l e week by Bovada. Among his most frequent ering that the novelty of that he will not be wagering "I guess it goes to show calls in the postseason has call might have worn off. any money, he and his colbeen "Omaha," which he "I went a t o u c h l o w er leagues at the Greater Omathat people will bet on almost anything," said David shouted 44 times in a sec- than he has said in the last ha Chamber of Commerce Brown, the president of the ond-round win over the San two games," Bradley said in a re rooting for t h e M a n Greater Omaha Chamber of Diego Chargers. Manning, an email. "For outrageous ning-Omaha prop to pay off Commerce in Nebraska. 37, was coyabout its meanprops like this and our ex- the over. "We've enjoyed all the Other Super Bowl props ing before last week's AFC perience doing them, we try include the length of op- title game. to put up the number we feel attention," Brown s aid. "I "Omaha is a run play, but will get the most two-way know I hope he tops the era singer Renee Fleming's rendition of the national anit could be a pass play or a action but at the same time n umber of O m a has f r om them before the game (over/ play-action pass depending once we see how m o n ey the last two games. I think under of two minutes, 30 on a couple things: the wind, comes in on it, the line can this is the closest Omaha seconds) and the tempera- which way we're going, the move down to 20 or up to 40. will get to being in the Super ture at the time of kickoff quarter and the jerseys that You just never know." Bowl." at MetLife Stadium in East

say Omaha:+/- 25t/2

How many times will they show Eli Manning:+/-3 t/~

How manytimeswill they showArchie Manning:+/-3t/~ RICHARD SHERMAN Will he get a pass interference penalty: No -$180 vs. Yes+$160 Will he get a taunting penalty: No-$600vs. Yes +$400 RUSSELLWILSON Passing yards:+/-197 t/2 Total completions:+/-17 t/t

Total TD passes:+/-1 t/~ Passing attempts:+/- 25t/t

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The Lazy Song.............12/1 PREGAME How long will it take Renee Fleming to sing the National Anthem:+/- 2:29 What will the temperature be at the opening kickoff: +/- 30 degrees Will Knowshon Moreno cry during the National Anthem: No -$600 vs. Yes +$400 Will the coin toss land onheads or tails: Heads -$110 vs. Tails -$110 Who will win the coin

toss: Broncos -$110vs. Seahawks -$110

FIRSTSCORE Touchdown ................... Field Goal ...................... Other............................

because he's on a whole different level. It took me a while

to get used to it, but then I finally realized that's Earl just

being Earl." Coach Pete Carroll called Thomas as "serious a com-

petitor as you could ever hope to be around." Cornerback Byron Maxwell agreed. "That's just in him, man," Maxwell said. "It's just some-

thing God blessed with him. I've never seen anybody else like that. It's crazy how he

gets like that every day. I'm not like that. I'm a playful guy. When I get out of whack, he's always there. You need that."

Even it hewins, Manningnot readyto retire with a ring By Dennis Waszak Jr.

the games, and everybody's going to Super Bowls with two teams, an ac- be excited to play in the Super Bowl. "But I think when you still enjoy JERSEY CITY, N .J. — Peyton complishment that seemed a bit of a Manning might have a few years left long shot after he underwent two ca- the preparation, I think you probably in his record-breaking right arm. reer-threatening neck surgeries two still ought to be doing that." Riding into retirement with anothyears ago. Manning is the favorite to win his "I still enjoy playing football," fifth league MVP award, and is the er Super Bowl ring? Well, that's not next Sunday's Super Bowl. It's hard to blame him after a sea- Manning said. "I feel a little better indisputable face of this year's Super even a thought for the Denver Broncos quarterback. son in which he set NFL records than I thought I would at this point Bowl — the first in which the Bron"If I can't produce, if I can't help the with 55 touchdown passes and 5,447 coming off that surgery, and I still en- cos have played since John Elway team, that's when I'll stop playing," yards while leading the league's top- joy the preparation part of it, the im- won the second of consecutive titles Manning said Sunday. "If that's next ranked offense. Manning is trying to portant part of it. Everybody enjoys in 1999. The Associated Press

year, maybe it is, but I certainly want

to continue to keep playing." Manning, ata news conference aboard the Cornucopia Majesty cruise ship docked outside the team hotel, said he has no plans beyond

become the first starting QB to win


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ta in sra ies r om e i n to win at Torre The Associated Press

Jordan Spieth, Pat Perez and

so many others who squandered a good chance to win. Torrey Pines, 222 yards from Woodland appeared to have the front of the green, needing the best chance to catch Stalla birdie to give himself a shot ings. He was one shot behind at outright victory Sunday in — with plenty of length to the Farmers Insurance Open. reach the 18th in two — until That's when his caddie told he chose fairway metal off him, "Let's see what you've the tee on No. 17 and hooked got." it into the canyon. He felt he Above a l l , he had had to make his 45-foot par experience. putt to have any chance, and One year and one week ago, three-putted for double bogey. Stallings was in a similar sit- Woodland, who had a oneuation at the Humana Chal- shot lead going into the final lenge. He hit a 6-iron from 220 round, missed an easy birdie yards, forgetting to account attempt on the 18th and closed for a hanging lie until the ball with a 74. "This will be hard to swalsailed left and bounded into the water, the final mistake on low," Woodland said. "I felt a day he blew a five-shot lead. like I kind of gave one away He didn't make the same today." SAN DIEGO — Scott Stallings was in the 18th fairway at

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As the sun warms upthe course, Dennis Brockman, of Redmond, tees off onthe12th hole while golfing at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville on Friday morning.

• Lack of rain has local courses teeming with golfers

mistake twice.

M arc Leishman o f A u s tralia had the last chance to

S tallings h ammered a 4-iron that narrowly cleared the water and set up two putts

Greens at Redmond is no rarity during the golf season.

Lakes. "The years like this are definitely a minority," he adds while reviewing a spreadsheet that tracks business at the course since 1998. "We have had other

On recent sunny days it looks downright typical to see good ones, but it's definitely rare." the tiny lot filled to capacity as parked cars spill into the adjacent street.

The unexpected boost has some downsides, though. This past fall, a hard freeze shortly after Thanksgiving froze the turf at courses across Central Oregon, Huffer

These are no ordinary summer days, however. This is January in says. Since then, a steady run of seausually frostbitten Central Oregon. And brisk business at The Greens is not unique among area golf

sonably cold nights but relatively mild days has thawed a thin layer of soil while keeping the ground underneath frozen. That leaves the grass root systems vulnerable, forcing Crooked River

courses. While playable days are expected during the winter here, the last six weeks or so have been wholly different for the region's courses

Ranch to restrict golf carts to cart paths, Huffer says. In addition, the increased play can

w ear on adormant golfcourseovertim e. "The golf courses take somewhat of a beating in these conditions," Lampert

that remain open during the winter months.

says. "The positives outweigh the negatives. But there is definitely some repair

Instead of being open sporadically top 15 or 20 percent" in his tenure. during December and January, a largely With more than 30 years of experisnow-freerun of weather since early Deence, Wattenburger is accustomed to cember haskept many courses consis- swings in Central Oregon weather. tently open for business. Juniperhas been closed as few as four

that we have to do in the springtime."

"We're well up t hi s w i nter season

overthe past several, " says Pat Huffer, the head professional at Crooked River Ranch. "It's been a boon period for us."

Busy golf courses in January? Maybe this region really is turning into the Palm Springs of the Pacific Northwest.

Last winter Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville and Crooked River Ranch — two of the region's most

winter-friendly facilities — were open a combined two days through the first 19 days of January as snow blanketed the

courses. So far this month each of those cours-

es has been closed just three days. (Two of those closed days came last week as a result of frost.) Bruce Wattenburger, the head professional at Juniper Golf Club in Redmond since 1983, estimates that in terms of playable weather this winter is "in the

Craig Melott, the head professional at The Greens and a longtime pro in Central Oregon, says he has come to expect

occasional weather warm-ups. Usually, though, nature has a way of one stretch during a particularly snowy balancing the scales eventually. And he winter in the early 1990s, the course shut expects that to happen again soon. "I always feel that we will always get down for 120 consecutive days, Wattenburger recalls. paid backsomehow when we leastex"Yeah, it's unusual to not have much pect it," says Melott. "But we just take (snow) in December and January, but I what we can get." can't say it surprises me," Wattenburger Ultimately, most in the golf business says. would welcome some precipitation. Runs like this one, though, yield a boAfter all, a healthy mountain snownus for golf courses. pack is good for everybody, includHuffer says that on sunny, mild days, ing golf courses that rely on irrigation Crooked River Ranch can host as many during the golf season. "Obviously the mountains are screamas 100 rounds of golf — even during winter days when daylight is limited and ing and yelling for more moisture, and frost delays are expected. And Meadow we hope they get it because that helps Lakes is on pace to host more than 1,000 our water in the spring and thesummer," rounds this month, up from 400 in Janu- Wattenburgersays. "It's just another goofy Central Oreary 2013. "You don't budget on having these gon year is a good way to say it."

birdie gave him a 71. Stallings finished at 9-under

thought about 18 at Humana

279.

the whole time on 18 today.

Jason Day (68) and Graham DeLaet of Canada (68)

Not that I was like, 'Oh, don't hit it in the water.' But it was,

days during the winter months, and in

good winter months, but when you do

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get them it sure is a nice boost," says

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Scott Stallings pitches to the sixth green of the South Course at Torrey Pines during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open

on Sunday.

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By Zack Hall

• Business levels f o r

proach on our irrigation sys- a huge change on our ninth

rience has been the mantra.

The Bulletin

• last year w e re s olid

tem, Mike was able to make

I don't expect this philoso-

ment of a weeklyTee To

during the off-peak season remarkable changes to the months and remained flat for turf quality of each hole.

Green feature in which we check in via email with Cen-

the peak summer months. Weather was a c o ntribut-

tral Oregon golf facilities for

ing factor in both areas, of

an offseason update.

course.

hole on the left side to give

This week we contacted Troy Eckberg, director Were any changes of of golf at River's Edge Golf • note made to the facilCourse in Bend. ity during the last year? Eckberg came to River's • Last year we made a Edge in 2003 and was named • management change the club's director of golf with our turf grass profesoperations and head profes- sional and immediately ex-

our golfers a sense of ease phy to change anytime soon when they visit our course. for River's Edge. We have been widening Are any changes and/ fairways at River's Edge for Are the local golf fa• or improvements to the last six years and have • cilities doing enough the facility scheduled for heard nothing but positive to attract and foster local 2014? comments. play? If not, what more can • The focus for River's be done'? • Edge for the last few After a recession that • I believe the golf facilyears has been to give the • began in 2 0 07, how • ities locally do a great golfer a more enjoyable ex- have your golf operations job to encourage local play. perience each time they play changed in recent years'? We continue to offer golfers our golf course. Widening • Beginning in 2008 we the opportunity to play here fairways, different mowing • realized very quickly at a deeply discounted rate

sional in 2006.

perienced positive results.

patterns, detailed customer

This is what he had to say about the current business of golf and about River's Edge: How was business in

The green complexes were service will be issues that a huge focus for our super- management will address intendent, Mike Kisic, and every week. This year, we they improved dramatical- plan to open up the left side ly. And with a detailed ap- of our second hole and make

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each made birdie on the last

'Just make sure you pay atten- hole to tie for second. So did tion to everything that's going Perez, the San Diego native Onr e who grew up at Torrey Pines His final birdie capped off and whose father is the longa wild day at Torrey Pines, time starter on the first tee at one that didn't include Tiger the Farmers Insurance Open. Woods or Phil Mickelson for Perez missed a 10-foot birdie the first time in two decades. chance on the 17th. He closed Nine players had a share of the with a 70. "It's great and bad," Perez lead at one point. Eight players still had a reasonable chance said about his runner-up finish. "This is the one I want to in the final hour. Stallings emerged the win- win more than anything in the ner with one big shot, and world, and I came up short.... now he's headed back to the I thought today would have Masters. been my day. I would like to be K.J. Choi had the best score in that position again." of the week on the South Also on Sunday; C ourse with a 6 6 and w a s Bahamas LPGA Classic: among five players who tied PARADISE ISLAND, Bahafor second. The pins were set mas — Jessica Korda won up in favorable positions for the season-opening Bahamas birdies, making the course LPGA Classic for her second play the easiest it had all week. tour title, holing a 6-foot birdBut that didn't make it easy ie putt on the final hole to beat — not for Gary Woodland, Stacy Lewis by a stroke.

easonu a e: iver'S e This is the latest install-

side of the hole, and a tap-in

happen without the other," Stallings said. "I actually

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Oregon landsanother USGAchampionship —TheUnited

Bode Miller makes5th Olympic team

States Golf Association announced last weekthat Waverley Country Club in Portland will host the 2017U.S. Senior Women's Amateur Championship. The tournament will mark the 35th USGAchampionship that an Oregoncoursehashosted,includingthe2007U.S.SeniorWomen'sAmateur at Crosswater Club in Sunriver. BandonDunes Golf Resort in Bandon will host the inaugural U.S.Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship in 2015, and the 2015U.S. Women's Amateur will be held at Portland Golf Club. Thedates for the Senior Women's Amateur, which will be theseventh USGAchampionship held at Waverley, are Sept. 9-14. — Bulletin staff report

By Pat Graham The Associated Press

There were really no surprises when the U.S. Ski Team announced its squad

for the Sochi Olympics: Mikaela Shiffrin was on the list and, of course, Lindsey Vonn was not.

GOLF SCOREBOARD The Bulletin welcomescontributions to its weekly local golf results listings and events calendar. Clearly legible items should be taxed to the sports department, 541-3350831, emailed to sports@bendbulletin.com, ormailedtoP.O.Box6020;Bend,OR 97708.

Club Results DESERTPEAKS ThursdayMen'sClub, Jan. 16 Blind Draw 1, RobEarnest/Ken Sonthwick, 151.2, Val Paterson/Dean Hunt, 152. KP — RobEarnest. LD — JoeKirkwood. SundayGroupPlay,Jan. 19 Stroke Play Gross: 1,DennyStory,76.2,ChuckSchmidt,80. Net:1(tie), RichVigil, 71; JimManion,71. KP — DennyStory. LD —DennyStory.

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tenrs.Costincludesgrossand netskins competitions. Cart costs extra. Affplayers must sign npbynoonon the We dnesdaybeforetheevent. Toregisteror for more information,call PatHuffer,head proat CrookedRiver Ranch,at 541-923-6343or email himat crrpat@ crookedriverranch.com.

Professional PBATour FarmersInsuraneOpen Sunday s-TorreyPines, SouthCourse (7,698 yards,par72) n-Torrey Pines,North Course (7,052 yards,par72) San Oiego Purse: $6.1million Final S. Stallings(500), $1,098,00072s-67n-72-68—279 K.J. Choi(167), $366,000 74s-70n-70-66—280 G. DeLaet(167), $366,000 70n-73s-69-68—280 JasonDay(167), $366,000 66n-73s-73-68—280 Pat Perez(167), $366,000 67s-71n-72-70—280 M. Leishman(167), $366,000 66n-71s-72-71—280

C. Hoffman (85), $190,117 69s-70n-75-67—281 Ryo Ishikawa(85), $190,117 72s-70n-69-70—281 W. MacKe nzie (85),$190,117 72s-69n-70-70—281 T. Immelman (64), $135,217 68n-74s-71-69—282 Seung-YulNoh(64), $135,21768n-73s-72-69—282 RussellKnox(64),$135,217 71s-67n-74-70—282 Jnstin Thoma s(0), $135,217 68n-73s-72-69—282 BradFritsch(64), $135,217 69n-70s-72-71—282 GaryWoodland(64), $135,21765n-73s-70-74—282 H. Matsuyam a(54), $97,600 72n-72s-70-69—283 KAH-NEE-TA KeeganBradley (54), $97,600 69n-72s-71-71—283 M. Ho ff mann(54),$97,600 72s-66n-72-73— 283 Central Oregon Winter Series, Jan. 17 Erik Comp ton (51), $76,555 69n-69s-74-72—284 Triple Six R obert Streb (51), $76,555 73s-69n-70-72—284 1st Flight —Gross:1, Rosie Cook/BobStirling, N. Colsaerts(51), $76,555 69n-67s-75-73—284 68. 2 (tie),Kelly Wechter/Colin Mecey,69; TonyBlasius/DonDlson,69; Charlie Rice/TimCecil, 69.Net: JordanSpieth(51), $76,555 71s-63n-75-75—284 (46), $54,290 71s-68n-75-71—285 1,BobGorham/StephenChenoweth,62.4.2,John J.B. Holmes Smallwood/Todd Goodew, 64. 3, Brett Morelock/Tim Billy Horschel(46), $54,290 70s-67n-77-71—285 Booher,64.6. 4, Daniel Hostetler/RonaldHostetler LukeGuthrie (46), $54,290 76s-68n-71-70—285 65.6. 5, PatHnffer/RigoMonte, 66.6. 6 (tie), Kevin BubbaWatson(46), $54,290 70n-73s-73-69—285 Story/MattPinkerton,67.6;PatOG ' orman/LesBryan, RorySabbatini(46),$54,290 74s-68n-69-74—285 StewartCink(39),$38,023 64n-71s-79-72—286 67.6. 2nd Flight —Gross:1, MarkGarcia/Matt Bur- JamieLovemark (39),$38,02372s-67n-76-71—286 gess,75.2, Pa ul Nemitz/Robert Holloway.77.3,Hank JustinLeonard(39), $38,023 74s-69n-73-70—286 Mccauley/Ray Schadt, 79.4 (tie), MarkScott/Roger Sang-MoonBae (39), $38,02367n-76s-71-72—286 Palmer,80;TomWimberly/Jerry Harris, 80. Neh1, RobertGarrigus(39),$38,023 71n-71s-72-72—286 Paul Klotz/KenSchofield, 64.8. 2,TimSwope/Reed BrendanSteele(39),$38,023 76s-67n-74-69—286 Sloss,65.8.3, Bil Beckley/ScottHakala,66.2. 4,Kory Y.E.Yang(39), $38,023 76s-67n-74-69—286 Callantine/Dave Ratzlaff, 67.4. 5, Phil Garrow/Daryl ChadCoffins(39),$38,023 78s-66n-73-69—286 Hleresen,68.2. 6, Dewe y Springer/George Lienkae- BrianStuard(39), $38,023 70s-73n-69-74—286 Brendon Todd (32), $26,840 69n-73s-72-73—287 mper,69. KPs —0-12handicaps: SueBoyle, No.3;Mark Martin Laird(32),$26,840 69n-71s-74-73—287 lPutnam (32),$26,84069n-73s-75-70— 287 Garcia,No.10.13andhigher: PaulKlolz, No.8; Michae KevinTway(32), $26,840 69s-70n-73-75—287 DennisBrockman, No.16. l (32),$26,840 70n-72s-70-75—287 Skins — Gross:Beckley/Hakala, No.10.Net: C. HowelIII Callantine/Ratzlaff, No. 3; Lemp/Ha gstrom, No. 7; T. VanAswegen(32), $26,840 66n-76s-76-69—287 StuartAppleby(27), $20,740 74s-69n-72-73—288 Beckley/Hakal,No.10;Zangari/Brockman,No.16. Jnstin Hicks (27), $20,740 71s-68n-75-74—288 Bill Haas(27), $20,740 74s-70n-71-73—288 Albatross Report Matt Jones(27), $20,740 75s-65n-77-71—288 JohnMerrick(21), $15,479 69n-74s-72-74—289 Jan.3 Jim Herman (21), $15,479 66n-75s-74-74—289 EAGLECRESTRIDGE LeeWestwood(21), $15,479 73s-68n-75-73—289 Tom Ryan,Bend Pnnlter(21),$15,479 75s-67n-71-76—289 No. 4 477 yards d r iver, 5-iron lan DavidLingmerth(21), $15,47972s-70n-75-72—289 KevinChappell(21), $15,479 73s-66n-73-77—289 Hole-in-One Report HunterMahan(21), $15,479 72n-72s-73-72—289 AndresRomero(21), $15,479 72s-72n-67-78—289 Jan. 17 M. Calcavecchia(15), $13,84770n-74s-71-75—290 EAGLECREST CHALLENGE DavidLynn(15),$13,847 68n-73s-75-74—290 Chet Evenson,Redmond T Ridings(15),$13,847 73s-70n-73-74—290 No. 5 94 yards 9-iron Bag lakeAdam s(15), $13,847 75s-69n-72-74—290 Victor Dnbuisson (0), $13,17672n-69s-74-76—291 C hris Wi l iams(0), $13,176 71n-72s-72-76—291 Calendar D.A. Points(9), $13,176 67n-74s-75-75—291 The Bulletin welcomes contributions to Jhonattan Vegas(9), $13,176 68n-75s-74-74—291 its weekly local golf events calendar. Items NickWatney(9), $13,176 70n-74s-74-73—291 should bemailedtoP.O.Box6020,Bend,OR HarrisonFrazar(9), $13,176 68n-74s-77-72—291 97708; faxed tothesporls department at 541- D.H. Lee(9), $13,176 7 3s-71n-75-72—291 385-0831; oremailed tosportsdgbendbuttetin. CameronTringale (5), $12,62771s-71n-76-74—292 com. Matt Bettencourt(5),$12,627 71n-73s-74-74—292 TOURNAME NTS BenCrane(3),$12,383 77s-67n-73-76—293 Jan. 31: CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat Jonathan Byrd(3), $12,383 70n-72s-77-74—293 MeadowLakes Golf Coursein Prinevile. Aggregate BryceMolder(1), $12,200 77s-65n-77-75—294 shamble tournament begins with an11a.m,shotgun. N. Thomp son(1),$12,017 72s-70n-76-77—295 Two-person teamswith nomorethanoneprofessional Charlie Wi(1), $12,017 72n-70s-77-76—295 allowedperteam. Cost is $30for professionals, $50 GregOwen(1), $11,834 70n-74s-74-82—300 for amateurs.Costincludesgrossand net skinscomMade cut; did not finish petitions.Cartcostsextra.Affplayersmust sign upby AaronBaddeley(1), $11,712 71n-73s-76—220 noon on theWednesdaybeforethe event. Toregister CamiloVilegas(1),$11,346 72s-71n-78—221 or for moreinformation, call PatHuffer,headpro at BriceGarnett(1), $11,346 75n-68s-78—221 Crooked RiverRanch, at 541-923-6343oremail him Tim Herron(1), $11,346 7 0 n-74s-77—221 at crrpat©crookedriverranch.com . StevenBowditch (1), $11,346 68n-76s-77—221 Feb.1:SuperBowlScrambleatMeadow Lakes Will Claxton(1), $11,346 71n-73s-77—221 Golf Course in Prinevile. Scrambleis for four-person BobbyGates(1), $10,919 69n-72s-81—222 teamsandteesoffwith an11a.m.shotgun. Costis TigerWoods(1),$10,919 72s-71n-79—222 $80 per teamplus $25per-persongreenfee. To regis- MichaelBlock(0), $10,736 74s-69n-86—229 ter orfor moreinformation, calltheMeadowLakesgolf shop at541-447-7113. LPGATour' Feb. 14: CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat Bahamas Classic CrookedRiver Ranch. Better-ball tournament begins Sunda y with an11a.m.shotgun.Two-personteams with no At OceanClubGolt Course morethanone professional allowedperteam.Cost is Paradise Island ,Bahamas $30 forprofessionals,$50foramateurs. Costincludes Purse: $1.3million grossandnetskinscompetitions. Cartcostsextra. All Yardage:6z644; Par:73 play ersmustsignupbynoonontheWednesdaybefore Final the event.Toregister orformoreinformation, call Pat JessicaKorda,$195,000 69-66-72-66 —273 Huffer,headproat CrookedRiver Ranch, at 541-923- StacyLewis,$120,655 69-71-68-66—274 6343 or email himatcrrpat@crookedriverranch.com. Pornanong Phatlnm, $63,581 71-69-69-67—276 Feb. 28: CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat PaulaCreamer,$63,581 71-65-71-69—276 EagleCrestResort in Redmond. Shambletournament LizetteSalas,$63,581 72-67-66-71—276 beginswithan11 a.m.shotgun.Two-person teams Na Yeon 70-68-66-72 —276 Choi, $63,581 with nomorethan oneprofessional allowedperteam. ChristelBoellon,$31,543 71-67-73-66—277 Cost is$30for professionals,$50foramateurs. Cost SandraGal,$31,543 71-69-71-66—277 includes grossand net skins compe titions. Cart LydiaKo,$31,543 68-70-71-68—277 costsextra.All playersmustsign upbynoonon the PK. Kongkraph an,$31,543 69-69-71-68—277 Wednesday before theevent. Toregister or for more Morgan 70-73-69-66—278 Pressel, $23,945 information,call PatHnffer,headproat CrookedRiv- Thidapa Suwannapura,$23,945 70-71-68-69—278 er Ranch,at 541-923-6343oremail himat crrpat© BrittanyLincicome,$19,289 70-71-71-68—280 crookedriverranch.com . ChellaChoi,$19,289 73-69-67-71—280 March 1: PolaBear r Openat MeadowLakesGolf MichelleWie,$19,289 72-65-72-71 —280 Course in Prineviffe.Individual stroke-playtourna- AmeliaLewis,$19,289 69-73-66-72 —280 mentteesoffwith a10a.m,shotgun, Costis $20per JennySuh,$19,289 71-66-71-72 —280 teamplus$25per-persongreenfee.Toregister orfor AlenaSharp,$15,220 75-69-70-68—282 moreinformation,call theMeadowLakesgolf shopat KristyMcPherson,$15,220 73-71-69-69—282 541-447-7113. HeeYoungPark,$15,220 69-72-72-69—282 March1:RotaryClubofJefferson Connty's Cherry SandraChangkila, $15,220 71-72-68-71—282 TreeOpenis afour-personscrambletournament held AzaharaMunoz, $15,220 70-71-69-72—282 at Kah-Ne-Ta e HighDesert Resort nearWarmSprings. HaruNomura, $13,344 73-74-70-66—283 Shotgunstart at10 a.m.Cost is $60perpersonand Jodi EwartShadoff, $13,344 75-68-71-69—283 includesnetandgrossprizesandhole-in-onecontest. AngelaStanford,$12,386 73-73-69-69—284 Auctionanddinnerbeginsat 6p.m.Tournament open LauraDiaz,$12,386 74-69-70-71—284 to first120 golfers,andregistration deadlineis Feb. LineVedel,$11,230 73-74-70-68—285 21. Individualhandicapslimited to 26.Formore inforMoriyaJutanugarn, $11,230 74-72-70-69—285 mationorto register, call 541-923-8110. GerinaPiler, $11,230 71-75-68-71—285 March 13:Central OregonWinterSeries event at PerniffaLindberg,$9,975 70-71-74-71—286 JuniperGolfClubin Redmond. Triple-six tournament KarineIcher,$9,975 74-73-67-72—286 beginswithan11a.m.shotgun,Two-personteamswith TiffanyJoh,$9,975 73-74-66-73—286 no more thanoneprofessional allowedper team.Cost is Mirim Lee, $7,531 69-77-72-69—287 $30 forprofessionals,$50foramateurs. Cost includes Ayakouehara, $7,531 72-74-72-69—287 grossandnetskinscompetitions. Cartcosts extra. All AustinErnst,$7,531 69-74-74-70—287 play er smustsignopbynoonontheWednesdaybefore Se RiPak,$7,531 72-73-72-70—287 the event.Toregister orfor moreinformation, call Pat BrittanyLang,$7,531 69-78-69-71—287 Huffer,headproat Crooked River Ranch, at 541-923- AmyYang,$7,531 71-69-76-71—287 6343 oremail himatcrrpaOcrookedriverranch.com. JulietaGranada,$7,531 73-71-71-72—287 March 21: CentralOregonWinter Seriesevent KatherineKirk,$7,531 73-69-73-72—287 at PronghornClub's Nicklaus Coursenear Bend. Meena Lee,$7,531 68-76-71-72—287 Scrambletournament begins with an11a.m.shotgun. SarahJaneSmith, $7,531 72-73-69-73—287 Two-person teamswith nomorethanoneprofessional DanielleKang,$7,531 73-69-71-74—287 allowedperteam. Cost is $30for professionals, $50 CarolineMasson, $5,128 75-72-72-69—288 for amateurs.Costincludesgrossandnet skins comMindyKim,$5,128 77-70-71-70—288 73-69-76-70—288 petitions.Cartcostsextra. Affplayersmust signupby SnnYoungYoo,$5,128 noon on theWednesday beforethe event. Toregister Mi JungHnr,$5,128 75-68-74-71—288 or for moreinformation, call PatHuffer,headpro at PazEcheverria, $5,128 70-73-73-72—288 Crooked RiverRanch, at 541-923-6343oremail him Kathleen Ekey,$5,128 75-69-72-72—288 at crrpat@crookdri everranch.com. Hannah Jun,$5,128 73-72-71-72—288 74-71-71-72—288 March29:CrossCountry tournamentat Meadow EricaPopsnn,$5,128 LakesGolf Coursein Prinevile. Individualstroke-play Rebecca Lee-Bentham,$4,162 74-70-76-69—289 Jennifer Song,$4,162 70-76-72-71—289 tournament forcesgolfers to takea newpath around 76-71-70-72—289 MeadowLakesover12 holes. Teetimesbeginat8a m. KellyTan,$4,162 74-69-72-74—289 Flightedfield includesbothgrossandnet payoutsand MiHyangLee,$4,162 75-72-72-71—290 KP compe titions. Costis$20plus reducedgreenfee SeonHwaLee,$3,765 69-74-75-72—290 of $15.Formoreinformation or toregister, call the Danah Bordner,$3,765 Mo Martin,$3,386 70-76-76-69—291 Meadow Lakespro shopat 541-447-7113. 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The 18-year-old Shiffrin is having quite a season, too, winning three World Cup slalom races. She will be heavily counted on to help the Americans try to top their record eight-medal haul in Vancouver four years ago. Too much pressure for someone so young? "I'm not worried about the Olympics, that it's going to overwhelm her," U.S.

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Bode Miller wins the alpine ski men's World Cup super-G in Kitzbuehel, Austria, on Sunday.He was one of20 named to the U.S.Olympic Team. you know when you train with her and

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you're close, that you're probably going to be close to being on the podium." But they're picking up steam with Sochi drawing near. Mancuso definitely feels ready after

women's coach Alex Hoedlmoser said.

finishing seventh over the weekend in a downhill in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.

last February. She was ahead of sched-

confidence, and I think I have that now,"

MElfi Skier Hometown David Chodunsky Crested Butte, Colo. Erik Fisher Middleton, Idaho Travis Ganong Squaw Valley, Calif. Jared Goldberg Holladay, Utah Tim Jitloff Reno, Nev. Nolan Kasper Warren, Vt. Ted Ligety Park City, Utah Bode Miller Franconia, N.H. Steven Nyman Sundance, Utah Marco Sullivan Squaw Valley, Calif. Andrew WeibrechtLake Placid, N.Y.

"There's nothing else she wants right "This puts me in a good spot for the now except success. It was no different Olympics," said Mancuso, who captured than when Lindsey was her age. She two silver medals in Vancouver. was the same way." Same with Stacey Cook, who finished Vonn was trying to get back to the tied for fifth in Cortina. "You can believe that you're skiing slopes in time for Sochi after tearing two ligaments in her knee during a high- well for a long time but until there are speed crash at the world championships results you don't have that next level of ule, too, before re-injuring her surgically repaired ACL in a crash during training

said Cook, who made her third Olympic squad. "It's good timing." in November. Miller is rounding back into form as Undeterred, Vonn rested the knee and well, taking second during a super-G still hoped to make it back, but sprained race in Kitzbuehel, Austria, on Sunday. her MCL racing a downhill in France on Miller was away from competition for Dec.21.She laterdecidedto undergo an- 20 months as he recovered from micro-fracture surgery on his left knee. othersurgery. It's an injury that could've ended his Losing Vonn has been a big jolt to the team. Not only because she's a four-time career, but he will be in the starting overall World Cup champion and has gates in Russia, with the intention of skiwon 59 races on the circuit, but because ing numerous events. He's coming off the U.S. speed team members use her to his most successful Olympics, winning measure their progress. She's their most a medal of every color in Vancouver. "I don't think Bode ever doubted that dynamic training partner and when she missed most of the early season prepa- he'd be at this point right now and I

WOMEN Stacey Cook Mammoth Mtn Calif Julia Ford Holderness, N.H. Julia Mancuso Squaw Valley, Calif. Megan McJames Park City, Utah Laurenne Ross Bend Mikaela Shiffrin Eagle-Vail, Colo. Leanne Smith North Conway, N.H. Resi Stiegler Jackson Hole, Wyo. Jacqueline Wiles Aurora

ration period to rehab her knee, it may have contributed to the team's slow start

don't think he ever contemplated that

this season.

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dent of the U.S. Ski and Snowboarding Association. "We believed in him and believed he could make an effective return from his injury. I think Bode is very cognizant of

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Ross

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Stanislas Wawrinka celebrates a point won against Rafael Nadal in the men's singles final at the Australian Open on Sunday. Wawrinka won 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3.

Wawrinka tried again, and didn't fail this time By John Pye The Associated Press

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Extras, r e Estate of: FRANCES obo. 541-480-3179 c eipts, exc. m p g . KATHRYN CAD908 (photo for iiiustration onlyl $6300 obo WELL, Deceased. I nternational Fla t Aircraft, Parts CR - V E X- L 541-390-6004 Case No.: 13PB0149. Bed Pickup 1963, 1 Honda 2007, a uto, 4 W D , & Service NOTICE TO INTERton dually, 4 s pd. moon roof, leather, Audi TT 2005 like new ESTED P ERSONS. trans., great MPG, alloy wheels, privacy 33k, always garaged NOTICE IS HEREBY could be exc. wood glass. Vin ¹123594 $18,500. 541-280-1746. GIVEN that the unGMC 8 ton 1971, Only hauler, runs great, $19,999 dersigned has been $10,500! Original low new brakes, $1950. iNyay Buick CX2005 appointed personal mile, exceptional, 3rd 541-419-5480. silver, 61,000 miles, representative. All owner. 760-985-4016 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. good condition. 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