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Wednesday, January 4, 1989, The Sun 9 menu 1'b.mday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sheridan at Gaston, 6 p.m. Willamina at Western Menno- nite, 6 p.m. Priday BOYS BASKETBALL: Gas. ton at Sheridan, 6 p.m. West- ern Mennonite at Willamina, 6 p.m. WRESTLING: Sheridan at Scio Tournament, 5:30 p.m. WiUamina at LaPine, (time not available) Saturday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Wil- lamina at Gaston Jamboree, (time not available) Monday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Ami- ty at Sheridan, 6 p.m. WiUa- mina at Gaston, 6 p.m. Tlilsldly BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Amity, 6 p.m. Gaston at Willamina, 6 p.m. WRESTLING: Sheridan at Dayton, 7 p.m. II Ise =+, :; Shane Spencer makes a fast break against visiting Central Linn Friday night. Photos by Corinne Ivey +- . # I, pla +',u s tart Sheridan shut down Central Linn a non-league high school- basket- Spartanssharedhalftheball game Friday night outscoringSteve visiting to take most Samples as team aeach 68-39 point 36-15 scored and victory, honors in Mike the 16 for points, second Sisk the ,~' Shane Spencer was also in the dou- ~ ........ ble digits against the Cobras. He scored I0 points for his Sheridan team. In pre-season action Sheridan, coached by Larry Samples, is 4-2. The Spartans host Gaston Friday night in the first West Valley League game of the season for both teams. Junior varsity actions begins at 6 p. m. (~nlrml Ll.. I~1 Jason Williams 4 0,O 12 (4 3 pts.), John Welch 3 0-8 12, Nile Reese l 3+7 5, Adam Henrk'k 2 O-O 4, ~rty Northern 2 0-0 4, Brad Brewer I 0-1 2, John Dummer, Job Dezurney. Team loillilli 13 9-17 39 $hcrkUm Itl Sieve Samples 7 l-I tO It 3 pt.), Mike Sisk 5 5-0 Ib (i 3 pl.), Shine Spencer 2 6-6 10, Casey Claus 3 2-$ B, Ga- ry Smilb I 4+7 6, Trivia Moore 2 I-2 6 (I 3 pt+L games De.ton I 2-2 4, Jason Agaayo 0 2-2 2. Jon Campos. Kehh Paradez. Tam Iotllill 21 23-~q) (dl Cemlral ~ 14 1O 7 B.,~9 SheddM 17 IS 21 13-68 Fouled oul--none+ Total fouls--Central /.inn 21, Sheridan 14. Technlcals--norte. Spartan Steve Sample goe for a layup. This year The Oregon Scholastic Activities Association (OSAA) is ex- perimenting with a "coaching box" rule for high school basketball games. The rule requires coaches to stay within a six-fcot long box during a game. The rule, however, is less re- strictive than the eight.year-old rule it replaces. That rule required the coaches to remain seated during play. "I was just getting used to it (staying seated). The first two years it was hard," said Willamina head coach Jerry Buczinski. Prior to this year if a coach would leave his or her seat when the ball was in play, he or she would be as- sessed a technical foul. "I'm glad (about the rule change) because you can get up and get a kid's attention in a noisy gym and give him some instructions. Before it was hard to get a kid's attention if you couldn't stand up," Buczynski said. Sheridan head basketball coach Larry Samples expressed a similar reaction. "It's a real good change. It was tough to sit there under the old rule. The coaching box relieves a lot of pressure. I hope it's a rule change that stays," Samples said. Under the experiemental rule a coach must sit down immediately af- ter talking to a player or else face a technical foul. The only time a coach may leave the box is to go to the scor- ers table to correct an error. Fishin Casey Claus attempts this distance shot Friday night. New Year's Day anglers started catching fish at Three Rivers. Both Nestucca (Little and Big) and Salmon rivers were too high for fishing success. Tuesday the rivers lowered to about 5.5 feet. Anglers should start catching fish and Three Rivers will get better. As far as Harry's Rod and Reel steelhead contest goes, the lar~p est fish is still 19 pounds. Harry Olmstead predicts this coming weekend to be pretty good for anglers. For more information call Harry at 879-5111. Save $ 7 Night Mexico CruiN on the Carnival Fun 8hip "Tropic, ale" from S799 p.p.dbl. _ incl. free air from Portland Jan. 15 - March 12 Save $ on Spring Summer orulm, Jan. 31 for $ laving