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8 The Sun, Wednesday, January 2, 2013 PORTS Lady Bulldogs win Holiday Tourney By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Willamina was the girls' champion of the Central Linn Holiday Tournament, whipping Harrisburg 62-25 Thursday and Monroe 60-30 Friday. The Lady Bulldogs, ranked 10th in the state, placed two players, Whitney Anderson and Kyra Toney, on the all-tourna- ment team announced after Friday's win. Monroe placed second, Harrisburg third and Central Linn fourth. Playing Harrisburg, the Lady Bulldogs led all the way except when the Lady Eagles' Jordan Dorray made an early first-quarter layin for a 4-4 score. Anderson responded with an outside shot in which she drew a foul and then sank her free throw. Willamina then pulled away with a quicker of- fensive start than usual, and the period ended with the Bulldogs ahead 16-8. Anderson continued her hot shooting in the second quarter, in which both teams worked hard on defense. There was one long series of steals, but the Eagles still could not find the basket. They added only four points, and at halflime the score was 26-12. Willamina maintained con- trol through the third quarter. Anderson made two three- point shots and got scoring help from Toney and Kasey Ander- son. When the period ended, Willamina led 45-14. A trey from Toney started the fourth-quarter scoring. Whitney Anderson added two three-pointers and Toney one. Toney led all scorers with 18 points; Anderson had 16. The last period included one more three by the Bulldogs, by De- von Stackhouse. The Eagles' Samantha Day also had one. "We' re just continuing to get better," coach TomAnderson of WiUamina said. He added that he had warned his girls that Day was a capable point guard, and he said he kept working on mix- Spartsfifth at home tourney By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Justin Acuff, Jake John and Joey Hertel won first places at Sheridan's Dec. 22 wrestling tournament. Acuff came in first at 138 pounds, John at 160 and Hertel at 170. Cody Knuth placed sec- ond at 138. Acuffwon by a technical fall over Knuth in 5:13. John won by a fall over Bridger Stewart of Vemonia in :42. Hertel won by majority decision over Cody Sprague of Corbett 17-6. Sheridan totaled 82 points to finish fifth out of seven schools. Waldport was the top school at 146 points, followed by Monroe, Vemonia, Corbett, Sheridan, Jtmction City and Neah-Kah-Nie. Photo by Mike 8ritton Sheridan's Jake John holds down his opponent. ing up defenses. The Bulldogs led Monroe from the start. An outside shot by Toney started the scoring, and Toney also provided a steal in the first period. Whitney Anderson made two treys late in the quarter, which ended with Willamina ahead 16-6. Whitney Anderson also sank a three-pointer in the sec- ond quarter, in which Willamina added 10 points and the Lady Dragons only three. The halfiime score read 33-9. In the third quarter, steals by Whitney Anderson and Toney led to scores by Stackhouse, Zoey Holsclaw and Kasey Anderson. Toney had a trey. The Dragons added 10 points in the period, but the Bulldogs scored 17. The quarter ended with Wdlamina leading 50-19. Bulldog reserves played for much of the fourth quarter, in which Monroe outscored Willamina 11-10. The Bulldogs outperformed the Dragons in all aspects of the game overall. Brook Wilson, without dominating any quarter, led Willamina with 12 points. Toney and Whitney Anderson scored 10 each. Sara Staats' 11 points led Monroe. "I feel like we're starting to play. like we can," Tom Ander- son remarked. "I'm proud of them." BASKETBALL lessica Roberts Sheridan High School proudly salutes Jessica Roberts as its athlete of the week.. Jessica scored 19 points in the game against Dayton; she made three 3-point- ers in that game. Way to go, Jessica! Jan. 2- 8 BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 3-4-5: Sheridan at Salem Academy Tournament, TBA Jan. 4: Willamina at Santiam Christian, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7: Willamina vs. Dayton, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7: Sheridan vs. Horizon Christian, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 3-4-5: Sheridan at Salem Academy Tournament, TBA Jan. 4: WUlamina at Santiam Christian, 6 p.m. Jan. 7: Willamina vs. Dayton, 6 p.m. Jan. 7: Sheridan vs. Horizon Christian, 6 p.m. WRESTLING Jan. 5: Sheridan at Willamina (Bob Bishop Invitational), 9 a.m. BASKETBALL Kyra Toney Willamina High School proudly salutes Kyra Toney as its athlete of the week. She scored 11 points in the game against Amity and led in Scoring against Colton with 17 points. Great job, Kyra! Bulldogs get first win over Monroe By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Wdlamina's basketball boys broke into the win column Fri- day in the Central Linn Holi- day Tournament. A day after losing 82-50 to Harrisburg, the Bulldogs edged Monroe 61-59 to end up third of four schools in the tourna- ment. Harrisburg came in first and Central Linn second. Only once in the Harrisburg game did the Eagles not lead, when a first-quarter inside shot by Brandon Hubbell tied the score at 2. Bruckner ended the game with 17 points and Femando Loera had 15. "We're undermanned now," Willamina coach Jereme Park said, "and the team is a bit young. Harrisburg plays like Amity up front." He noted, however, that his players went 7 for 7 from the free throw line. In the losers '-bracket game, the Bulldogs were behind 8-0 in the In'st quarter before Edwin Villalobos started the come- back with a three-point shot. From then on in the period, Willamina controlled the ball and found the basket well enough, with Casey Davis also hitting a trey, to trail only 12- 10 at the end of the quarter. At the start of the second quarter, an inside shot from Bruckner tied the score. The Bulldogs' shooting stayed hot through the period, including threes by Bruckner and Villalobos. The halfiime score was Willamina 31, Monroe 21. The Dragons, who had started the tournament with a 2- g record, fought back hard in the third quarter, which ended with the Bulldogs leading 44-36. Early in the fourth quarter, the Dragons closed the gap quickly. A trey from Hull-Pitcher tied the score at 46. Villalobos put the Bulldogs back on top with two flee throws, but two free throws by different Monroe players tied the score again. An outside shot by Hubbell put Willamina back ahead for good, but the game was a contest until the last few sec- onds. An outside shot by Monroe's Kendall Seitzinger went through the basket in the final second. Hubbell led the Bulldogs with 17 points. Loera had 13 and Bmckner 11. "It wasn't in convincing fashion," Park commented,' 'but a win's a win. Our game plan was to try a different zone look on them. The guys battled hard. I was pretty happy with the way the younger guys played." Bmckner, asked how he and his teammates won, said: ',We just pushed the ball. We were tight, pushing it." S SHERIDAN Sandwiches E L E C T Hot Deli Fountain Drinks MARKET Mon.- Sat. 6am- l Opm 135 S. Bridge Sunday 7am - 10pm 503-843-3374 Sheridan Clty of Sheridan 503-843-2347 Proud to support the youth in our community. Dav/son Auto Parts 503-843-2211 *' 503-472-6114 317 S Bridge A 1717N Bar Sheridan McMinnville Techtonics Tuning (503) 843.2700 www.techtonicstuning.com * "he--Sun PRINTING  PUBLISHING 136 E. Main Sheridan 503-843-2312 www.LesSchwab.com FREE ROAD HAZARD * FLAT REPAIR FREE ROAD HAZARD * FLAT REPAIR MOUNTING ROTATIONS AIR CHECKS FREE ROAD HAZARD FLAT REPAIR MOUNTING o ROTATIONS AIR CHECKS Free Lifetime Tire Free Peace of Mind & Mileage Care Tire Protection To help you get mole miles out of your tiros and more miles per gallo=l of gas rails - ally road hazarJ, wC guarantee you're protected $TMmNS AT (95/60TR-14 175/70TR-13 AT AT STAIlTING A T 8 The Sun, Wednesday, January 2, 2013 PORTS Lady Bulldogs win Holiday Tourney By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Willamina was the girls' champion of the Central Linn Holiday Tournament, whipping Harrisburg 62-25 Thursday and Monroe 60-30 Friday. The Lady Bulldogs, ranked 10th in the state, placed two players, Whitney Anderson and Kyra Toney, on the all-tourna- ment team announced after Friday's win. Monroe placed second, Harrisburg third and Central Linn fourth. Playing Harrisburg, the Lady Bulldogs led all the way except when the Lady Eagles' Jordan Dorray made an early first-quarter layin for a 4-4 score. Anderson responded with an outside shot in which she drew a foul and then sank her free throw. Willamina then pulled away with a quicker of- fensive start than usual, and the period ended with the Bulldogs ahead 16-8. Anderson continued her hot shooting in the second quarter, in which both teams worked hard on defense. There was one long series of steals, but the Eagles still could not find the basket. They added only four points, and at halflime the score was 26-12. Willamina maintained con- trol through the third quarter. Anderson made two three- point shots and got scoring help from Toney and Kasey Ander- son. When the period ended, Willamina led 45-14. A trey from Toney started the fourth-quarter scoring. Whitney Anderson added two three-pointers and Toney one. Toney led all scorers with 18 points; Anderson had 16. The last period included one more three by the Bulldogs, by De- von Stackhouse. The Eagles' Samantha Day also had one. "We' re just continuing to get better," coach TomAnderson of WiUamina said. He added that he had warned his girls that Day was a capable point guard, and he said he kept working on mix- Spartsfifth at home tourney By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Justin Acuff, Jake John and Joey Hertel won first places at Sheridan's Dec. 22 wrestling tournament. Acuff came in first at 138 pounds, John at 160 and Hertel at 170. Cody Knuth placed sec- ond at 138. Acuffwon by a technical fall over Knuth in 5:13. John won by a fall over Bridger Stewart of Vemonia in :42. Hertel won by majority decision over Cody Sprague of Corbett 17-6. Sheridan totaled 82 points to finish fifth out of seven schools. Waldport was the top school at 146 points, followed by Monroe, Vemonia, Corbett, Sheridan, Jtmction City and Neah-Kah-Nie. Photo by Mike 8ritton Sheridan's Jake John holds down his opponent. ing up defenses. The Bulldogs led Monroe from the start. An outside shot by Toney started the scoring, and Toney also provided a steal in the first period. Whitney Anderson made two treys late in the quarter, which ended with Willamina ahead 16-6. Whitney Anderson also sank a three-pointer in the sec- ond quarter, in which Willamina added 10 points and the Lady Dragons only three. The halfiime score read 33-9. In the third quarter, steals by Whitney Anderson and Toney led to scores by Stackhouse, Zoey Holsclaw and Kasey Anderson. Toney had a trey. The Dragons added 10 points in the period, but the Bulldogs scored 17. The quarter ended with Wdlamina leading 50-19. Bulldog reserves played for much of the fourth quarter, in which Monroe outscored Willamina 11-10. The Bulldogs outperformed the Dragons in all aspects of the game overall. Brook Wilson, without dominating any quarter, led Willamina with 12 points. Toney and Whitney Anderson scored 10 each. Sara Staats' 11 points led Monroe. "I feel like we're starting to play. like we can," Tom Ander- son remarked. "I'm proud of them." BASKETBALL lessica Roberts Sheridan High School proudly salutes Jessica Roberts as its athlete of the week.. Jessica scored 19 points in the game against Dayton; she made three 3-point- ers in that game. Way to go, Jessica! Jan. 2- 8 BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 3-4-5: Sheridan at Salem Academy Tournament, TBA Jan. 4: Willamina at Santiam Christian, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7: Willamina vs. Dayton, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7: Sheridan vs. Horizon Christian, 7:30 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL Jan. 3-4-5: Sheridan at Salem Academy Tournament, TBA Jan. 4: WUlamina at Santiam Christian, 6 p.m. Jan. 7: Willamina vs. Dayton, 6 p.m. Jan. 7: Sheridan vs. Horizon Christian, 6 p.m. WRESTLING Jan. 5: Sheridan at Willamina (Bob Bishop Invitational), 9 a.m. BASKETBALL Kyra Toney Willamina High School proudly salutes Kyra Toney as its athlete of the week. She scored 11 points in the game against Amity and led in Scoring against Colton with 17 points. Great job, Kyra! Bulldogs get first win over Monroe By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Wdlamina's basketball boys broke into the win column Fri- day in the Central Linn Holi- day Tournament. A day after losing 82-50 to Harrisburg, the Bulldogs edged Monroe 61-59 to end up third of four schools in the tourna- ment. Harrisburg came in first and Central Linn second. Only once in the Harrisburg game did the Eagles not lead, when a first-quarter inside shot by Brandon Hubbell tied the score at 2. Bruckner ended the game with 17 points and Femando Loera had 15. "We're undermanned now," Willamina coach Jereme Park said, "and the team is a bit young. Harrisburg plays like Amity up front." He noted, however, that his players went 7 for 7 from the free throw line. In the losers '-bracket game, the Bulldogs were behind 8-0 in the In'st quarter before Edwin Villalobos started the come- back with a three-point shot. From then on in the period, Willamina controlled the ball and found the basket well enough, with Casey Davis also hitting a trey, to trail only 12- 10 at the end of the quarter. At the start of the second quarter, an inside shot from Bruckner tied the score. The Bulldogs' shooting stayed hot through the period, including threes by Bruckner and Villalobos. The halfiime score was Willamina 31, Monroe 21. The Dragons, who had started the tournament with a 2- g record, fought back hard in the third quarter, which ended with the Bulldogs leading 44-36. Early in the fourth quarter, the Dragons closed the gap quickly. A trey from Hull-Pitcher tied the score at 46. Villalobos put the Bulldogs back on top with two flee throws, but two free throws by different Monroe players tied the score again. An outside shot by Hubbell put Willamina back ahead for good, but the game was a contest until the last few sec- onds. An outside shot by Monroe's Kendall Seitzinger went through the basket in the final second. Hubbell led the Bulldogs with 17 points. Loera had 13 and Bmckner 11. "It wasn't in convincing fashion," Park commented,' 'but a win's a win. Our game plan was to try a different zone look on them. The guys battled hard. I was pretty happy with the way the younger guys played." Bmckner, asked how he and his teammates won, said: ',We just pushed the ball. We were tight, pushing it." S SHERIDAN Sandwiches E L E C T Hot Deli Fountain Drinks MARKET Mon.- Sat. 6am- l Opm 135 S. Bridge Sunday 7am - 10pm 503-843-3374 Sheridan Clty of Sheridan 503-843-2347 Proud to support the youth in our community. Dav/son Auto Parts 503-843-2211 *' 503-472-6114 317 S Bridge A 1717N Bar Sheridan McMinnville Techtonics Tuning (503) 843.2700 www.techtonicstuning.com * "he--Sun PRINTING  PUBLISHING 136 E. Main Sheridan 503-843-2312 www.LesSchwab.com FREE ROAD HAZARD * FLAT REPAIR FREE ROAD HAZARD * FLAT REPAIR MOUNTING ROTATIONS AIR CHECKS FREE ROAD HAZARD FLAT REPAIR MOUNTING o ROTATIONS AIR CHECKS Free Lifetime Tire Free Peace of Mind & Mileage Care Tire Protection To help you get mole miles out of your tiros and more miles per gallo=l of gas rails - ally road hazarJ, wC guarantee you're protected $TMmNS AT (95/60TR-14 175/70TR-13 AT AT STAIlTING A T