Honor Roll


Pamela Dillon used a 3-wood to drain a hole-in-one on the 119-yard fourth hole at Oak Knoll Golf Course on June 23.


Gary McCoy made his first hole-in-one on June 21 at Laurel Hill Golf Course. The ace came on the 150-yard third hole.

George Young, Matt Sheridan and Mike Stanley witnessed the shot.


Calvin Cheng sank his first hole-in-one from 154 yards out with a 7-iron on the fourth hole at Quail Point Golf Course on June 23.


Travis Treadway hit his first hole-in-one on June 24 on the seventh hole at Bear Creek Golf Course during a junior tournament. His shot took a couple of bounces, hit the pin and found the cup.

His playing partners, Austin Jeandin, Andrew Reyoso and Walker Woodman, witnessed the shot.


Ward Bebb aced the ninth hole at the Rogue Valley Country Club with a 25 degree Hybrid on June 3.

Bruce Niles, Doug Burwell and Steve Hess were present for the shot.


Gary Korepta knocked in a hole-in-one on the 13th hole with his 7-iron at the Rogue Valley Country Club.

There for the feat were Jerry Henkle, Mike Gallagher, Kermit Scott and Tim Darland.


Todd Kotler notched his first ace on June 27 at Stone Ridge Golf Course. It came on the 12th hole from 174 yards out with a 6-iron.

The shot was witnessed by playing partners Minor Matthews, Ken Lightheart and Jack Follett.


Jason Browne made his first hole-in-one on the 130-yard second hole at Stone Ridge Golf Course on June 27.

Browne's playing partners Ric Vangrehysen and Ricky Vangrehysen were present for the ace.


Shelly Anderson sank a hole-in-one from 129 yards out with a 5-iron on the eighth hole at Eagle Point Golf Club on June 28.


Dean Weitman recorded an ace on the 107-yard 15th hole at Eagle Point Golf Club on June 29.

Playing partners Larry Ryerson and M. McClain witnessed the shot.


North Medford's 14U fastpitch team won the eight-team Junior Eagle Classic in Eagle Point for the second straight year by posting a 6-0 record this past Saturday and Sunday.

North Medford beat Klamath Falls Extreme 6-3 in the championship game.

Maryssa Becker posted a 4-0 pitching record with 28 strikeouts and was 7-for-17 at the plate, while Joci Ellis went 12-for-23 and Katie Williamson was 10-for-19 with eight RBIs.

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