Eric Bray and Darrell Cordonier both rolled 300 games on Oct. 15 in the Medford Evergreen League at Lava Lanes.


Vi Hartwell, averaging 156 in the Lava Lanes Seniors League, bowled a 256 on Oct. 15.


Tracey Armitage knocked in a hole-in-one with a 5-iron on the eighth hole at Rogue Valley Country Club on Oct. 16.

Jim Morris witnessed the shot.


Gerrie Rudisle aced the No. 11 hole at Rogue Valley Country Club with an 11-wood on Oct. 21.

Witnesses were Dick Rudisle and Jean Hull.


Jim Palazollo's had a hole-in-one on Oct. 22 on the 11th hole at Rogue Valley Country Club. He made the shot with a 6-iron.

Steve Boldish, Buck Brigham and Steve Rietmann were his playing partners.


Six taekwondo students from ATC Taekwondo in Medford claimed 10 gold medals from at the Friendship Taekwondo Championships and Oregon State President Cup Championships in Portland Saturday.

Alexa Lowe, 11, won gold in sparring and bronze in poomse forms competition for the black belt division. Four competitors brought home gold for both disciplines: Ian Grunwald, 9, for 10-12-year-olds in the blue/purple belt division; Saul Mondragon, 11, (13-15, orange/green belt); Joshua Mondragon, 8, (8-9, green) and Teighlor Traistor, 10, swept the orange belt division.

Also, Jerah Moore, 15, captured gold in the women's forms competition. She also brought home silver in sparring after being forced out of the final round because of injury.

Track and Field

Marty Burns of Ashland won multiple medals in the Las Vegas Senior Olympics recently.

For the 60-64 age division, Burns won the gold in the men's doubles and a silver in mixed doubles for tennis. In paddle tennis, he grabbed a silver in Group A men's doubles, and silver in both the badminton singles and doubles.

The following week, Burns picked up three more medals in the Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George, Utah.

He earned golds in the men's doubles and mixed doubles for badminton and secured a silver in mixed doubles for pickleball.

Also at the Huntsman games, Phoenix resident Dan Bulkley brought home a slew of gold medals.

In the 90-94 age division, Bulkley won gold in the 50-, 100-, 200-, 400-, 800-meter events and another in the triple jump. His 400 time was a meet record.

Bulkley finished with golds in men's singles and doubles for badminton, then earned a silver in mixed doubles.

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