Scott Helstowski scored a 300 game in the Everything Went League at Lava Lanes.
Joe Slayton rolled 101 pins over his average for a 240 game at Lava Lanes in the Everything Went League.
Phoenix's Dan Taylor recorded a double eagle on the 18th hole at Stone Ridge Golf Course.
He hit driver on his tee shot and drained the second shot with a 3-wood from about 205 yards out on the 482-yard, par 5.
The shot was witnessed by Kristy Taylor.
Fred Moran sank his first hole-in-one with a 6-iron on the ninth hole at the Rogue Valley Country Club on March 12.
Witnesses were Doug Larson, Dave Shinn and Steve Watkins.
Tyler Cochrane of Jacksonville won the 10-11 age group all-around, helping Unlimited Sports of Grants Pass win the Level 5 state championship at Marist High in Eugene Sunday.
Cochrane claimed the all-around with a score of 89.9 points. He captured individual titles in the rings and high bar was in the top five in all other events.
Cameron Castle of Grants Pass won the pommel and parallel bars, Connor Ashmun of Medford won the vault
In the 7-9 age group, Tanner Gonzalez of Central Point won the parallel bars with a near-perfect score of 15.8. He also won the high bar.
The team goes to the Western Regionals April 10 in Tacoma, Wash.
Phoenix's Dan Bulkey, Medford's Edgar Hee and Reider Peterson of Ashland recently competed in the World Masters Cross Country Skiing Championships in McCall, Idaho.
The event, which was held in the U.S. for the first time in 10 years, drew 1,223 skiers from 23 countries.
Bulkey, the oldest skier in the M12 (ages 90-up) competition, won the 10Kf and 5Kf unopposed. In the second race, Bulkey fell and injured his shoulder, but still finished and won the event. He was unable to compete in his third scheduled race, the 15Kf.
For the ages 60-64 division, Hee finished 59th out of 67 racers in the 15Kcl, 58th out of 64 in the 10Kf and 40th out of 52 in the 30Kcl.
Peterson, in the ages 65-70 category, landed a 28th-place finish out of 35 competitors in the 15Kf, 36th out of 45 in the 10Kf and 29th out of 40 in the 30Kf.
Aaron Ghiglieri of the Superior Stingrays took home five gold medals from the Oregon State Senior Swimming Championships last weekend at Mount Hood Community College in Gresham.
Ghiglieri, who last month won a state championship for Cascade Christian 100 butterfly, was dominant in the age-group meet and didn't even swim his signature event, the 100 freestyle.
His victories were in the 50 free (21.11 seconds), 200 individual medley (1:54.36), 200 free (1:46.45), 100 butterfly (50.69) and the 100 breaststroke (58.73).
Ghiglieri had the best preliminary time in the 100 free but returned home before the event finals were held Sunday.
Teammate Sarah Fay Reierson took first in the 100 backstroke in 57.70. She, too, bypassed an event Sunday in which she was favored, the 200 backstroke, to return home.
The Stingrays compete in the Senior Sectionals in Federal Way, Wash., this weekend.