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Brian Hughes to play for Oregon Amateur title

WOODBURN, Ore. — Brian Hughes continued to tear up the field at the 94th Oregon Amateur Championship and with a pair of victories Friday. The Centralia native finds himself in the championship this morning.

Hughes was to tee off against 2002 Junior Champion Ryan Gilmour at 7 a.m. in the title match.

Hughes, who was the medalist in the 36-hole opening round, had to come from behind in both of his matches Friday.

He trailed Jay Poletiek by one after four holes and the match was tied after eight, but Hughes then won five of the next six holes to post a 5 and 4 victory in the quarterfinals.

The semifinal was similar as Hughes fell behind Sean Deacon on the second hole, tied it on the third and never trailed after the fourth in the 4 and 3 victory.

Hughes has yet to play beyond 15 holes in his four match-play wins.

TCYF golf tourney set to go

There are still openings available in the Robert L. Mikalson Twin City Youth Football Golf Tournament to be held Sunday and Monday at Riverside Golf Club.

The cost to play 18 holes in the main fund-raiser for TCYF is $45 for one day or $80 for both. If you choose to play just 18 holes, they can be played either day you choose.

Gross and net prizes will be awarded and a cash prize of $2,500 will be awarded on a specified hole-in-one hole.

For information, call Riverside at 748-8182.

Grays Harbor College will be hosting a Girls Basketball Camp at Oakville High School June 23-27.

The camp, which runs from 1-4 p.m. daily, is open to all area girls in grades 7-12 and the cost is $30 per player.

For information, call Lyle DeLaurier at 273-7314.

There were a pair of holes-in-one recorded at Riverside Golf Club last week.

Kelly Ross of Chehalis aced the 150-yard 15th hole with a 9-iron, while Jeff Randich aced the 165-yard sixth hole with a 6-iron.

It was the first hole-in-one for both golfers.

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