Ashland High's Casey Schein lost to Allison Bostrom of Crescent Valley, 6-1, 6-2, Friday in the semifinals of the OSAA Class 5A girls state tennis tournament at the Portland Tennis Center.




The second-seeded Schein advanced to the semis with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Charlotte Fisher of Crescent Valley, but couldn't keep pace with Bostrom, the No. — seed, who survived a three-set battle with Churchill's Brittany Banna in Thursday's opening round. Schein, a junior, will play unseeded Katie Edwards of Century in Saturday's third-place singles match.




Edwards beat fourth-seeded Barb Sneckner in the quarterfinals before losing to top-seeded Ilaria Alessi of West Albany in the semis.




Also representing Ashland on Saturday will be Casey Schein's sister, Maggie Schein, a freshman, who won two pro-set matches in the consolation bracket to advance to the consolation finals, where she will face Banna. The younger Schein beat Alisha Hansen of Wilsonville 8-2 and Whitney Lewis of Thurston 8-1.




Ashland's doubles team of Christi Gay and Chloe Deckwar won its first-round consolation match before falling in the semis to Jessica Eldridge and Hannah Hicks of Hermiston, 8-6.




Ashland Run




The 33rd annual Ashland Run, with an entrance fee of just $1.25, will be held May 24.




The race begins at the corner of Hargadine Street and Fork Street and covers 4.8 miles of "hilly" terrain. Times will be provided for all finishers and refreshments will be provided.




There will also be a drawing for prizes and trophies awarded to the top male and female finishers.




For more information call 482-4919 or 488-0504.




Basketball Camp




Brian McDermott's Boys Basketball Camps for boys in kindergarten through eighth grade will be held June 16-19 at Ashland Middle School.




The camp costs $50 for kindergarten through third-graders and $70 for the older players, with a $10 discount for a second family member.




The camp is headed up by McDermott, the head coach of the SOU men's basketball team, as well as his staff and players.




For more information call 944-8775.