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Leaders after Final 4 in Oregon's Greatest Athlete Bracket Challenge

Published Jan 01, 0001

It's down to the final two in the Oregon's Greatest Athlete Bracket Challenge.

We've reached the championship in the Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time bracket, and it's down to Ashton Eaton and Steve Prefontaine. The following list shows which readers are in the lead. Voting opens at 7 a.m. Friday and closes at 5 p.m. Tuesday to determine the winner.

 

1 Ashton Eaton vs. 1 Steve Prefontaine

Ashton Eaton

Born in Portland, Ashton Eaton, 26, holds the world record in the decathlon, having scored 9,039 points in June 2012, and in the heptathlon, having scored 6,645 points. The multi-event star is a three-time USA outdoor champion, a 2012 USA Indoor long jump champion, a 2013 World Outdoor gold medalist, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, a two-time World Indoor gold medalist (2012, 2014), and a 2011 World Outdoor silver medalist. Eaton, who attended the University of Oregon, won three NCAA decathlon championships (2008-10), two heptathlon championships (2009-10), and is a three-time Pac-10 champion (2008-2010). 
--Erik C. Anderson

Olympic TrialsView full sizeOregon's Steve Prefontaine turns on the steam to leave the pack behind en route to his heat Victory at 5,000 meters in last Olympic Trials on July 7,1972 at Eugene, Ore. Trailing are left to right: Gerry Lindgren, former Washington Stater, who was third; Dick Buerkle, former Villanova runner, fourth; Sid Sink, Bowling Green T.C, sixth; and Cliff Clark, Air Force fifth.  
Steve Prefontaine

Prefontaine was born in Coos Bay and attended Marshfield High starting in 1965. He won cross country state titles as a junior and senior and added state titles in the 1-mile and 2-mile races as a senior. He attended the University of Oregon where he won three NCAA cross country championships and four straight 5,000-meter titles in track. He never lost an NCAA race. He was a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic team and finished fourth in the 5,000 meters. He set American records in every major distance race, but passed away in 1975 before his second chance at the Olympics in 1976. He is the most iconic American runner of the 1970s, helping spark Nike's position as global brand in the running world.
--Mike Richman

Oregon's Greatest Athlete

Standings
(as of Aug 14, 2014, 11:06 PM)

 
Select Report:
Rk Entry Name Score Pick Pct. Champion
1 4GOL 660 95.2% Pre
2 TMill 645 91.9% Eaton
3 Flyinsouth 610 90.3% Eaton
4 DanaD 605 85.5% Eaton
5 Glenn Lister 600 91.9% Pre
6 Duckypoo 71 595 87.1% Eaton
6 Kwakattack 595 87.1% Pre
8 Phil 590 88.7% Eaton
8 sdstang 590 83.9% Eaton
10 Tim Beatty 585 80.6% Pre
10 fanatic66 585 87.1% Eaton
12 thechadpeck 580 87.1% Eaton
13 Pete 575 79.0% Eaton
14 KSutherland 570 80.6% Pre
14 wolf 570 85.5% Eaton
16 Mick 565 85.5% Eaton
16 Grizzlyduck 565 87.1% Eaton
16 1976 Lincoln High Grad 565 87.1% Baker
16 jmillbr 565 83.9% Eaton
16 sirspot 565 82.3% Eaton
16 BSjothun 565 82.3% Eaton
22 Slyfoxx 560 83.9% Eaton
22 TyRye 560 83.9% Eaton
22 mazajuan 560 83.9% Ainge
25 MenOfOregon 555 83.9% Eaton
25 RogerA1Duck 555 83.9% Eaton
27 Cmak10 550 77.4% Pre
27 Ant Man 550 85.5% Ainge
27 stumpspeech 550 85.5% Eaton
30 MPSmith 540 82.3% Eaton
30 GreenMango44 540 79.0% Eaton
30 FrankDuck 540 74.2% Pre
30 Webfoot1234 540 87.1% Ainge
34 JL 535 79.0% Eaton
34 Stan O. 535 85.5% Ainge
34 6th generation oregonian 535 80.6% Eaton
34 bigboypants 535 79.0% Eaton
34 misterblack 535 85.5% Baker
39 Iron 530 80.6% Ainge
39 sunduck 530 75.8% Pre
41 Jimboduck 525 82.3% Eaton
41 blitzbeer 525 82.3% Pre
41 Hyland34 525 79.0% Eaton
41 Rick Brittain 525 80.6% Baker
41 jamonito 525 77.4% Pre
41 Mark Pinder 525 77.4% Ainge
47 R&G Acres 520 74.2% Eaton
47 Big Daddy 520 77.4% Eaton
47 Akahank 520 72.6% Eaton
47 kduds 520 77.4% Pre
51 Sportsdude 515 83.9% Ainge
52 KingDuck 510 72.6% Eaton
52 Joshead 510 72.6% Pre
54 IHATELA 505 75.8% Renfro
54 Conquistador 505 80.6% Ainge
54 bbroich 505 75.8% Ainge
54 md 505 82.3% Renfro
54 Ted Grimsrud 505 79.0% Eaton
54 chuck harms 505 82.3% Eaton
54 MichaelGray 505 77.4% Eaton
61 MOOSE 500 77.4% Pre
61 Beavsfanad 500 75.8% Eaton
61 JohnEBeav 500 80.6% Baker
64 donnyboy 495 74.2% Eaton
64 Dan White 495 77.4% Pre
64 JustDoIt 495 77.4% Pre
67 Hymee 490 80.6% Baker
68 Schiewe54 485 75.8% Baker
68 RunMan47 485 74.2% Pre
68 JimB 485 74.2% Eaton
71 oscarm 480 79.0% Baker
71 Cooler 480 72.6% Eaton
71 english10 480 82.3% Reed
71 reverendandy 480 72.6% Pre
71 Mike D 480 69.4% Pre
71 ejasla 480 72.6% Eaton
77 Webfooter 470 77.4% Ainge
77 JoFro445 470 67.7% Pre
79 fortuneteller 465 75.8% Renfro
79 DN 465 74.2% Rupp
79 steve 465 69.4% Pre
79 mattmcbeth 465 72.6% Eaton
79 justin30625 465 71.0% Pre
84 ryanwilldo 460 77.4% Pre
84 GWildcat 460 72.6% Baker
84 dudehead24 460 71.0% Pre
84 JKF 460 71.0% Eaton
84 jhouston49 460 69.4% Pre
89 blueswan 455 77.4% Ainge
89 ruppfan98 455 75.8% Rupp
89 Darryl 455 64.5% Eaton
89 Craig 455 72.6% Murphy
89 Big Lion 455 75.8% Baker
89 shack64 455 69.4% Pre
95 pairadux 450 66.1% Pre
95 1 Webfoot 450 74.2% Pre
97 jorren 445 72.6% Baker
98 Delacroix 440 75.8% Eaton
98 RichardD 440 77.4% Baker
98 terrym9 440 75.8% Eaton
98 Koster 440 71.0% Eaton
102 DW82 435 72.6% Eaton
102 pac10duck 435 67.7% Pre
104 Dan 430 72.6% Eaton
105 Nihiladrem 425 66.1% Pre
105 Jogan777 425 69.4% Eaton
105 twatkins 425 74.2% Eaton
105 techmen85 425 71.0% Renfro
109 Chuckyd 420 71.0% Baker
109 Hankv 420 71.0% Baker
111 37cota 415 61.3% Eaton
111 Bob Robinson 415 71.0% Eaton
111 S. Anthony 415 66.1% Eaton
111 AnneMillbrooke 415 71.0% Ainge
111 Nativeoregonian1969 415 69.4% Pre
116 Greg J. Wobbe 410 66.1% Eaton
117 Del Norte Duck 405 64.5% Eaton
117 amf123 405 74.2% Brenner
117 Michael 405 77.4% O'Brien
120 Scott 400 67.7% Ainge
120 NA 400 66.1% Eaton
122 rcwilson08 395 77.4% Fosbury
123 LetErBuck 390 67.7% Fosbury
124 Mark 385 66.1% Ainge
124 widgeon 385 61.3% Eaton
124 Tyler Griffin 385 54.8% Pre
124 JERODGERS 385 66.1% Sixkiller
124 alk3ckwd 385 66.1% Ainge
124 M Del 385 74.2% Ainge
130 Dooglas 375 62.9% Pre
130 bob 375 69.4% Green
130 bob 375 69.4% Green
133 Patohondo 370 62.9% Renfro
133 Beaverbj 370 69.4% Baker
135 RC 360 58.1% Counts
135 Vegas Duck 360 64.5% Pre
137 Jymidageek 345 61.3% Baker
138 Jon F 340 67.7% Polamalu
138 N A Flats 340 54.8% Ainge
138 Ken Rupp 340 61.3% Eaton
141 Greg 330 62.9% Fosbury
142 bhowren 325 66.1% Reed
143 Coach Kato 320 50.0% Pre
144 johnsonc20 310 66.1% Scholl.
144 goduckies 310 54.8% Eaton
146 mike 290 58.1% Fosbury
146 TJ Young 290 51.6% Renfro
146 grimtraveller 290 59.7% Reed
149 Nicole Kielsmeier 285 53.2% Fosbury
149 rdm65 285 51.6% Green
151 Neighborneil 280 45.2% Baker
151 pistolpete 280 50.0% Love
153 War of Roses 275 51.6% Fosbury
154 Greg80 270 46.8% Ainge
155 tom m 260 53.2% Renfro
156 Steve P 250 50.0% Green
157 dreamiesmurf 245 56.5% Murphy
158 #Gobeavs 240 48.4% Baker
158 jimbo1 240 46.8% Counts
160 sammydave 230 43.5% Baker
160 hokieduck 230 51.6% O'Brien
162 Beaver Greg 215 45.2% Ainge
162 topdeckman 215 46.8% Love
164 Ray Frone 170 43.5% Green
-- Oregon's Greatest 680 100.0%  

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Mo Farah wins 10,000 meters at European Championships with efficient performance

Published Jan 01, 0001

Farah, who trains with the Nike Oregon Project, erased any concerns about his health as he led a British one-two, with Andy Vernon claiming silver.

ZURICH — Olympic and world champion Mo Farah won the 10,000 meters at the European Championships on Wednesday, erasing any worries about his health and setting him up for another long-distance sweep.

Farah, who trains with the Nike Oregon Project, led a British one-two as Andy Vernon swept past Turkey's Ali Kaya in the final meters to claim silver.

After skipping the Commonwealth Games because of a tooth infection and stomach ailment, Farah looked composed from the opening gun, performing with maximum efficiency and minimum sweat to win his fourth straight European Championship event.

He won the long-distance double in 2010 and added the 5,000 in 2012, his only race two years ago as he was preparing for his Olympic double.

Farah finished in a slow 28 minutes, 8.11 seconds, 0.55 seconds ahead of Vernon. He still has the 5,000 coming up on Sunday.

Farah said that after a training run for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow he collapsed on his bathroom floor in Park City, Utah, and had to be airlifted to hospital.

After the race, Farah went up in the VIP stands to find his friend Usain Bolt, where the two Olympic champions embraced.

It was the second long-distance gold for Britain in as many days after Jo Pavey won the women's 10,000 on Tuesday's opening day.

In the women's 100, heptathlete turned sprinter Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands claimed the first of what she hopes will be three golds, turning on the turbo late to win the women's 100 final. She finished in 11.12 seconds into a strong headwind, edging Myriam Soumare of France by 0.04 seconds. Britain's Ashleigh Nelson took bronze in 11.22. Defending champion Ivet Lalova of Bulgaria came fifth.

Schippers is also favored to win the 200 later in the week and will compete with the Dutch sprint relay team over the weekend.

Winds knocked down some advertising panels in the late afternoon and the evening session was delayed by half an hour as stormy weather went past.

All day, rain, wind and cold temperatures hit Zurich but the men's race walkers still managed to create a thrilling finish as Miguel Angel Lopez of Spain pulled away from two Russians to win the 20-kilometer event. Aleksandr Ivanov took silver and Denis Strelkov took bronze.

A quartet of walkers entered the final kilometer together. Ivanov sought to shake off Lopez several times but the Spaniard responded and no one could match his last burst.

Lopez finished in 1 hour, 19 minutes, 44 seconds, 1 second ahead of Ivanov and another second in front of Strelkov.

-- The Associated Press

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Oregon's Greatest Athlete Final 4: Vote Ashton Eaton vs. Terry Baker and Danny Ainge vs. Steve Prefontaine

Published Jan 01, 0001

It's down to Ashton Eaton, Terry Baker, Danny Ainge and Steve Prefontaine in our quest to determine Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time.

It's down to the Final Four -- all top seeds -- in our quest to name Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time. If you're just now joining us, we've made it to this point with much debate and plenty of input from readers. Now it's time to decide which two athletes will face off in the championship matchup. You have until noon Thursday to vote.

The Final Four

1 Ashton Eaton vs. 1 Terry Baker

NOTE: Poll results included spam votes that were removed.

Ashton Eaton

Born in Portland, Ashton Eaton, 26, holds the world record in the decathlon, having scored 9,039 points in June 2012, and in the heptathlon, having scored 6,645 points. The multi-event star is a three-time USA outdoor champion, a 2012 USA Indoor long jump champion, a 2013 World Outdoor gold medalist, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, a two-time World Indoor gold medalist (2012, 2014), and a 2011 World Outdoor silver medalist. Eaton, who attended the University of Oregon, won three NCAA decathlon championships (2008-10), two heptathlon championships (2009-10), and is a three-time Pac-10 champion (2008-2010). 
--Erik C. Anderson

Terry Baker
Baker was born in Minnesota before moving to Portland and attending Jefferson High School in late 1950s. He helped Jefferson win the city title in basketball in 1959 and led the baseball team to a state title during the same season. In football, he led Jefferson to back-to-back undefeated seasons and state championships during his junior and senior seasons. He played both basketball and football at Oregon State. Baker won the Heisman Trophy in 1962 and following it up by guiding the Beavers to the Final Four. He was a consensus all-American in 1962 and won  the Maxwell Award as the nation's top football player. The Los Angeles Rams selected him first overall in the 1963 NFL Draft. He played three seasons for the Rams before spending one season with Edmonton Eskimos in the Canadian Football League in 1966. He was elected to the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1980 and Oregon State Hall of Fame in 1988.
- Mike Richman

1 Danny Ainge  vs. 1 Steve Prefontaine

Danny Ainge
Ainge was born in Eugene and was a three-sport star at North Eugene High School. He helped lead the team to back-to-back state basketball championships in 1976 and 1977, earning all-state honors in both seasons. He was a two-time all-state selection as a quarterback at North Eugene. Ainge was also one of top high school baseball players in the country. He was a Parade All-American and was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1977 amateur draft. Ainge was the youngest player in Blue Jays franchise history to hit a home run. He played three years of professional baseball before pursuing a career in the NBA. He was the 31st overall pick in the 1981 NBA Draft, joining the Boston Celtics with whom he won NBA titles in 1984 and 1986.
- Mike Richman

Steve Prefontaine
Prefontaine was born in Coos Bay and attended Marshfield High starting in 1965. He won cross country state titles as a junior and senior and added state titles in the 1-mile and 2-mile races as a senior. He attended the University of Oregon where he won three NCAA cross country championships and four straight 5,000-meter titles in track. He never lost an NCAA race. He was a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic team and finished fourth in the 5,000 meters. He set American records in every major distance race, but passed away in 1975 before his second chance at the Olympics in 1976. He is the most iconic American runner of the 1970s, helping spark Nike's position as global brand in the running world.
--Mike Richman

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Life Flight for Mo Farah; Ducks moving on from Tyler Johnstone injury: The Oregonian sports top 5

Published Jan 01, 0001

Hroniss Grasu is the lone Oregon Duck named to Sports Illustrated Preseason All-American team.

In case you missed them, these five Oregonian sports stories proved most popular with readers on Tuesday, Aug. 12. The above photo gallery was the day's most popular.

1. Oregon Ducks cornerback Troy Hill hopes to put second chance to good use

2. Mo Farah was Life Flighted to a Salt Lake City hospital after collapsing last month in Park City

3. Canzano: UO's next president will not stand in the way of Ducks athletics

4. Oregon Ducks plan to carry on with Andre Yruretagoyena following Tyler Johnstone injury

5. Hroniss Grasu is the lone Oregon Duck named to Sports Illustrated Preseason All-American team: Oregon rundown

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Leaders after Round of 8 in Oregon's Greatest Athlete Bracket Challenge

Published Jan 01, 0001

The Final Four has been determined.

We've reached the Final Four in the Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time bracket, and the top seeds have prevailed. The following list shows which readers are in the lead. Start voting at 6 a.m. Wednesday to determine which two athletes go head to head in the final matchup.

The Final Four

1 Ashton Eaton vs. 1 Terry Baker

Ashton Eaton

Born in Portland, Ashton Eaton, 26, holds the world record in the decathlon, having scored 9,039 points in June 2012, and in the heptathlon, having scored 6,645 points. The multi-event star is a three-time USA outdoor champion, a 2012 USA Indoor long jump champion, a 2013 World Outdoor gold medalist, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, a two-time World Indoor gold medalist (2012, 2014), and a 2011 World Outdoor silver medalist. Eaton, who attended the University of Oregon, won three NCAA decathlon championships (2008-10), two heptathlon championships (2009-10), and is a three-time Pac-10 champion (2008-2010). 
--Erik C. Anderson

Terry Baker
Baker was born in Minnesota before moving to Portland and attending Jefferson High School in late 1950s. He helped Jefferson win the city title in basketball in 1959 and led the baseball team to a state title during the same season. In football, he led Jefferson to back-to-back undefeated seasons and state championships during his junior and senior seasons. He played both basketball and football at Oregon State. Baker won the Heisman Trophy in 1962 and following it up by guiding the Beavers to the Final Four. He was a consensus all-American in 1962 and won  the Maxwell Award as the nation's top football player. The Los Angeles Rams selected him first overall in the 1963 NFL Draft. He played three seasons for the Rams before spending one season with Edmonton Eskimos in the Canadian Football League in 1966. He was elected to the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1980 and Oregon State Hall of Fame in 1988.
- Mike Richman

1 Danny Ainge  vs. 1 Steve Prefontaine

Danny Ainge
Ainge was born in Eugene and was a three-sport star at North Eugene High School. He helped lead the team to back-to-back state basketball championships in 1976 and 1977, earning all-state honors in both seasons. He was a two-time all-state selection as a quarterback at North Eugene. Ainge was also one of top high school baseball players in the country. He was a Parade All-American and was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1977 amateur draft. Ainge was the youngest player in Blue Jays franchise history to hit a home run. He played three years of professional baseball before pursuing a career in the NBA. He was the 31st overall pick in the 1981 NBA Draft, joining the Boston Celtics with whom he won NBA titles in 1984 and 1986.
- Mike Richman

Steve Prefontaine
Prefontaine was born in Coos Bay and attended Marshfield High starting in 1965. He won cross country state titles as a junior and senior and added state titles in the 1-mile and 2-mile races as a senior. He attended the University of Oregon where he won three NCAA cross country championships and four straight 5,000-meter titles in track. He never lost an NCAA race. He was a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic team and finished fourth in the 5,000 meters. He set American records in every major distance race, but passed away in 1975 before his second chance at the Olympics in 1976. He is the most iconic American runner of the 1970s, helping spark Nike's position as global brand in the running world.
--Mike Richman

Oregon's Greatest Athlete

Standings
(as of Aug 12, 2014, 8:48 PM)

 
Select Report:
Rk Entry Name Score Pick Pct. Champion
1 4GOL 580 95.0% Pre
2 TMill 565 91.7% Eaton
3 Glenn Lister 560 93.3% Pre
4 Phil 550 90.0% Eaton
5 fanatic66 545 88.3% Eaton
6 misterblack 535 88.3% Baker
7 Flyinsouth 530 90.0% Eaton
8 DanaD 525 85.0% Eaton
8 jmillbr 525 85.0% Eaton
8 Grizzlyduck 525 88.3% Eaton
8 1976 Lincoln High Grad 525 88.3% Baker
12 mazajuan 520 85.0% Ainge
13 Sportsdude 515 86.7% Ainge
13 Kwakattack 515 86.7% Pre
13 MenOfOregon 515 85.0% Eaton
13 Duckypoo 71 515 86.7% Eaton
17 stumpspeech 510 86.7% Eaton
17 Ant Man 510 86.7% Ainge
17 sdstang 510 83.3% Eaton
20 Conquistador 505 83.3% Ainge
20 Tim Beatty 505 80.0% Pre
22 GreenMango44 500 80.0% Eaton
22 Webfoot1234 500 88.3% Ainge
22 thechadpeck 500 86.7% Eaton
25 Stan O. 495 86.7% Ainge
25 6th generation oregonian 495 81.7% Eaton
25 Pete 495 78.3% Eaton
28 wolf 490 85.0% Eaton
28 KSutherland 490 80.0% Pre
28 Iron 490 81.7% Ainge
31 BSjothun 485 81.7% Eaton
31 Jimboduck 485 83.3% Eaton
31 Rick Brittain 485 81.7% Baker
31 Mark Pinder 485 78.3% Ainge
31 Hyland34 485 80.0% Eaton
31 sirspot 485 81.7% Eaton
31 Mick 485 85.0% Eaton
31 blitzbeer 485 83.3% Pre
39 oscarm 480 81.7% Baker
39 kduds 480 78.3% Pre
39 TyRye 480 83.3% Eaton
39 english10 480 85.0% Reed
39 Slyfoxx 480 83.3% Eaton
44 RogerA1Duck 475 83.3% Eaton
45 Cmak10 470 76.7% Pre
45 Webfooter 470 80.0% Ainge
47 chuck harms 465 83.3% Eaton
47 bbroich 465 76.7% Ainge
47 md 465 83.3% Renfro
47 IHATELA 465 76.7% Renfro
51 MOOSE 460 78.3% Pre
51 FrankDuck 460 73.3% Pre
51 MPSmith 460 81.7% Eaton
51 JohnEBeav 460 81.7% Baker
55 JL 455 78.3% Eaton
55 bigboypants 455 78.3% Eaton
55 Big Lion 455 78.3% Baker
55 blueswan 455 80.0% Ainge
59 Hymee 450 81.7% Baker
59 sunduck 450 75.0% Pre
61 jorren 445 75.0% Baker
61 Schiewe54 445 76.7% Baker
61 jamonito 445 76.7% Pre
64 Akahank 440 71.7% Eaton
64 R&G Acres 440 73.3% Eaton
64 Big Daddy 440 76.7% Eaton
64 Cooler 440 73.3% Eaton
64 reverendandy 440 73.3% Pre
64 RichardD 440 80.0% Baker
70 Joshead 430 71.7% Pre
70 KingDuck 430 71.7% Eaton
72 fortuneteller 425 76.7% Renfro
72 techmen85 425 73.3% Renfro
72 MichaelGray 425 76.7% Eaton
72 DN 425 75.0% Rupp
72 Ted Grimsrud 425 78.3% Eaton
72 steve 425 70.0% Pre
72 justin30625 425 71.7% Pre
79 Chuckyd 420 73.3% Baker
79 Beavsfanad 420 75.0% Eaton
79 dudehead24 420 71.7% Pre
79 GWildcat 420 73.3% Baker
79 ryanwilldo 420 78.3% Pre
79 JKF 420 71.7% Eaton
85 JustDoIt 415 76.7% Pre
85 ruppfan98 415 76.7% Rupp
85 donnyboy 415 73.3% Eaton
85 Craig 415 73.3% Murphy
85 Dan White 415 76.7% Pre
85 shack64 415 70.0% Pre
91 1 Webfoot 410 75.0% Pre
92 RunMan47 405 73.3% Pre
92 amf123 405 76.7% Brenner
92 JimB 405 73.3% Eaton
92 Michael 405 80.0% O'Brien
96 Koster 400 71.7% Eaton
96 terrym9 400 76.7% Eaton
96 ejasla 400 71.7% Eaton
96 Delacroix 400 76.7% Eaton
96 Mike D 400 68.3% Pre
101 rcwilson08 395 80.0% Fosbury
101 DW82 395 73.3% Eaton
103 LetErBuck 390 70.0% Fosbury
103 JoFro445 390 66.7% Pre
103 Dan 390 73.3% Eaton
106 Jogan777 385 70.0% Eaton
106 mattmcbeth 385 71.7% Eaton
106 twatkins 385 75.0% Eaton
106 M Del 385 76.7% Ainge
110 Hankv 380 71.7% Baker
110 jhouston49 380 68.3% Pre
112 Nativeoregonian1969 375 70.0% Pre
112 Bob Robinson 375 71.7% Eaton
112 S. Anthony 375 66.7% Eaton
112 AnneMillbrooke 375 71.7% Ainge
112 Darryl 375 63.3% Eaton
117 Beaverbj 370 71.7% Baker
117 Patohondo 370 65.0% Renfro
117 pairadux 370 65.0% Pre
117 Greg J. Wobbe 370 66.7% Eaton
121 NA 360 66.7% Eaton
121 Scott 360 68.3% Ainge
123 pac10duck 355 66.7% Pre
124 Jymidageek 345 63.3% Baker
124 Mark 345 66.7% Ainge
124 JERODGERS 345 66.7% Sixkiller
124 Nihiladrem 345 65.0% Pre
124 widgeon 345 61.7% Eaton
124 alk3ckwd 345 66.7% Ainge
130 N A Flats 340 56.7% Ainge
130 Jon F 340 70.0% Polamalu
132 bob 335 70.0% Green
132 Dooglas 335 63.3% Pre
132 bob 335 70.0% Green
132 37cota 335 60.0% Eaton
136 Greg 330 65.0% Fosbury
137 Del Norte Duck 325 63.3% Eaton
137 bhowren 325 68.3% Reed
139 RC 320 58.3% Counts
139 Vegas Duck 320 65.0% Pre
141 johnsonc20 310 68.3% Scholl.
142 Tyler Griffin 305 53.3% Pre
143 Ken Rupp 300 61.7% Eaton
144 grimtraveller 290 61.7% Reed
144 mike 290 60.0% Fosbury
144 TJ Young 290 53.3% Renfro
147 Nicole Kielsmeier 285 55.0% Fosbury
147 rdm65 285 53.3% Green
149 Neighborneil 280 46.7% Baker
149 Coach Kato 280 50.0% Pre
151 War of Roses 275 53.3% Fosbury
152 goduckies 270 55.0% Eaton
152 Greg80 270 48.3% Ainge
154 tom m 260 55.0% Renfro
155 dreamiesmurf 245 58.3% Murphy
156 #Gobeavs 240 50.0% Baker
156 pistolpete 240 50.0% Love
156 jimbo1 240 48.3% Counts
159 sammydave 230 45.0% Baker
159 hokieduck 230 53.3% O'Brien
161 Beaver Greg 215 46.7% Ainge
161 topdeckman 215 48.3% Love
163 Steve P 210 50.0% Green
164 Ray Frone 170 45.0% Green
-- Oregon's Greatest 600 100.0%  

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