Volunteers needed — Organizers of the 2013 Bend Don’t Brake road race, scheduled for May 25 in southeast Bend, are seeking volunteers. The event features six racing categories ranging from 29.7 miles for the Women’s Masters and Juniors categories to 69.3 miles for the Men’s Pro Cat 1/2 division. Volunteers are needed to serve as course marshals and drivers and to help with event registration, set-up and cleanup. Half-day volunteer shifts (morning and afternoon) include lunch. A portion of event proceeds will benefit Bend Endurance Academy, a local nonprofit that offers cycling, nordic skiing and rock climbing programs for youth, juniors and adults. For more information or to sign up as a volunteer, visit www.benddontbrake.com or call Brenna Warburton at 541-678-3865.
National team selection — Jetta Rackleff was recently named to the USA women’s senior national inline hockey team. Rackleff, 21, and her teammates will compete in the Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports World Inline Cup Championship, scheduled for July 14-22 in Anaheim, Calif. The goaltender helped the women’s senior national team to a silver medal at last year’s event. She also plays ice hockey, and her team, the Anaheim Lady Ducks, recently won the Senior B division of the USA National Senior Women’s Ice Hockey Championships in Oakland, Calif. Rackleff hails from Bend and currently resides in Irvine, Calif.
Bend athletes win — A pair of local competitors won the Up the Crooked River Duathlon on Sunday in Prineville. Bend’s Jason Adams was the top overall finisher out of 26 participants in the race, which consisted of a 5-kilometer run, a 40K bike ride and another 5K run. Bend’s Jeanne Eastwood was second overall and the top women’s finisher. For results, see Community Sports Scoreboard below.
Blues fall — The Bend Blues saw their three-game winning streak come to an end with a 42-7 loss to undefeated Clark County (Wash.) in a Rugby Oregon Club Championship division high school boys match in Camas, Wash., on Saturday. Jacob Fritz scored all of Bend’s points on a try and a conversion for the Blues. The Blues (4-3) play their final home game on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Central Oregon Community College.
— Bulletin staff reports