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Wednesday, January 18, 1989, The Sun 9 I' slighter, slower and Sam- gue play and the Bulldogs are win- was outscored 31-9 in the middle tunate," Sheridan head coach Larry Willamina made a game of it less on the season, quarters. Samples said. uarter before losing 66-32 to Steve Samples, who scored 20 "I was awfully pleased with theOn the other bench, Willamina in a West Valley League points, and center Casey Claus, who way we played. Casey Claus was head coach Jerry Buczinski had only high school basketball game had 15 rebounds, both had the look great underneath for us. Everyone one thing to say about his team's night, ofacoupleofClass AAA school thor- contributed. Shane Spencer had perfortnance. Spartans are now 3-0 in lea- oughbreds as outmanned Willamina eight rebounds. We were very for- "Until we shoot better than 19 or 20 percent, we're going to have a John Siremore10.2 2, Lance Halverson 01-21. Tmm totaJm 13 5-11 32 hard time beating anybody," he S~rW, t~l said. Steve Samples 9 0.1 20 (2 3 p~s.), Canny Claus S 2-2 12, Mike Stsk $0.1 II ( I 3 pt), James Denton 3 0.0 6, Travis Moore 204) 6 (23 pts.), Jon Campos 20-06 (23 Friday's ~ pts.), Shone Spencer I I-I 3, Jason Aguayo 1 04) 2, Oa- WIIlamlnn [32] ry Smith. Keith Parades, Tumt tntalm 21 3-S 66 Jormn Kyllonen 4 2-3 10, Brad Childs 2 0-0 4, Rich WIBamlma 13 3 6 10-32 Brown I 2-4 4. Jason Pittman 2 0-3 4, Anthony Mahurin Sheddhta 17 12 19 18-66 1 I-2 3, Brad Hanneman 1 0.0 2, Denny Elmer I 0.0 2, Fouled out--none. Total ~ulS.---Willamlna 0, Shed- dan 15. Technicals---none. i rrlors poun Center Casey Claus pounded the good start and then did what we had boards for 16 rebounds and had what to do. Sometimes you play down to coach Larry Samples called his best the level of your opponent, but we all-around game as Sheridan High didn't and I'm pleased about that." punched out Amity on the road Jan. 10 in boy's basketball, ano 10mulU Steve Samples, recovering from s~,w=lea! Steve Samples q 04) 18, Coney Claus 7 0-2 14, James his career high 32 points, scored a Denton 3 2.2 8, ShaneSpeneer40-18, MikeSlsk20-05 relaxed 18 points as Sheridan opened (i 3 pt.). Gary Smith 2 I-2 S, Travis Mnore I 0.0 3 (I 3 pt.), Jason Aguayo I 0-0 2, KeRh Parade=, Jon Com- a 14 point first quarter lead and nee- pea. T.~ ~a., 28 3-S er looked back to win 63-28. Amlty 128, Ernle Huber 6 0-0 12, Senon Salina 2 0-0 $ (| 3 pt.), Coach Samples is pleased with John DeRaeve 2 04) 4, Mike Kingery I I-2 3, Adam where his team is at this point in the Berkey I 0-0 2, Larry Wnoidridse 1 0-0 2, Mike Calvert. Ryan Graham. Team totabt 13 1-2 28. season. Sh~d= 19 16 n tC~3 "I'm pleased to get a win on the Anaty s Ii 66.28 Fouled out--none. Total fouls~--Sheridnn $, Amity road," he said. "We got off to a 10. Technieals--none. rolls winless ull ~ ii~,~,,~i~,~i~I ~,~ :i~i!~ ! i!i iii i,i If its 70-49 trouncing by Gaston on Jan. 10 told the winless Willamina high school boys basketball team anything, it was that the team has a problem. Head coach Jerry Buczynski diag- nosed the Bulldog's problem this way: "We've been having a hard time getting anything to drop for us." But an optimistic Dr. Buczynski might yet find a cure for his team's ailment, or so Bulldog fans hope, be- fore the season reaches the halfway point. "We need to improve our shooting and try to stay positive. Sooner or later we'll have some good things happen to us," Buczynski said. If things keep going the same way for the Bulldogs the thoughts of Wil- lamina sports fans, who are not ac- customed to losing teams, might turn to April when baseball season starts. Guam 1701 Scan Hackney 9 0-1 20 (2 3 pts.), Home 8 2-3 18, Lira 7 I-I 18 (J 3 pts.), Yates 4 1-2 9, Rodriguez I 2-3 4, Cuff I 1-2 4. Team totem 30 6-12 70. Wlllmlna [49] Brad Childs 7 l-I IS, Jorma Kyllonen 4 I-1 10, Denny Elmer 3 0.0 6, Rich Brown I 2-3 4, Lance Halverson 0 4- 6 4, Brad Hnnnemnn 2 0.0 4, John Sizemore I I-2 3. Ao- thony Mahurtn I 0.0 2. Jason Pittman 0 I-2 !. Team tot- aim 19 10-16 49 GMton 21 IS 16 16-70 Wlllsmlna 10 12 I I 16-49 Fouled out--none. Team fouls--Gaston 13, Willa- mtna 13. Technicsls--none. Willamina wrestlin sana reak Willamina's Ariah Fasana in-- creased his streak to 46 straight match wins at the Oregon Classic, a high school and junior high school wrestling tournament held Friday and Saturday at the University of Portland's Childs Center. Fasana's winning streak goes back to last season. Overall the Willamina high school wrestling team ended up with a 1-1-1 record at the Classic. The Bulldogs defeated Vernonia 39-27 in their first meet, and then lost to Waldport 38- 25 in their second, and then tied Cor- bett at 35. Beside Fasana, who wrestled in the 119-pound weight class, four other Willamina wrestlers were un- defeated at the Classic. They were Tommy McKnight at 130 pounds, Chirs Rupp at 160 pounds, Tracy Ca- van at 171 pounds and Shawn Eben- steiner. Ebensteiner wrestled atboth 189 pounds and heavyweight. The Bulldogs are coached by Bob Bishop. Sheridan wrestling lamina's Rich Brown strains for the rebound in Friday outscoring the winless Bulldogs 66-32. game with Willamina. The Spartans won the game --Photo by Corinne Ivey ogs spli rnes insma Sheridan High School wrestling coach AI Ashcroft insists there are no standouts on his team, but he is proud of everyone of them. After getting off to a rocky start at the beginning of the season, the team has shown improvement as evi- denced by there win over Willamina two weeks-ago and winning a four- way tournament at home Thursday. "Things are going great. The prou team is showing a lot of improve- ment. They've done a real super job," Asheroft said. In that tournament Sheridan took first place over Oakridge, Colton and Yamhill-Carlton. Sheridan finishers: 112 I. Chad Ram; il9 4. Ureg Wilson; 1254. Charles Nelson; 1302. Jason Taylor; 135 2. Mike Blake; 1402. Travts Taylor; 145 I. Ken Holson- back; 152 I. Andy Jordan; 171 2. Shone Errand; 159 1. Monte Lauer; Hwt. !. Chris Acuff. Team results: Sheddm 37, OakridB 31. Colton 24, Yamhill Carlton ! I Willamina girls basketball handily defeated Sheridan night, but could not fend Warriors of Amity Men- despite a strong comeback Second half. Sheridan, the Lady Bulldogs I~pressive beating the Lady 51-33. But in Amity Willa- lOoked like a different team Only five points in the first y losing 58-40. Sheridan the girls played ex- They passed the ball well on the number of fouls. also cut down on the amount of We only had eight turn- said Willamina head coach Report s report provided to The Sun Olmstead of Harry's and Reel in WiHamina. are mighty scarce. The are still too high. The slow, meaning , enough anglers are trying lr luck. Three Rivers area and Sheridan was coact~ed by Michelle LaRue. Wlllamlnn |40} Dawn Howard 17, Brenda Turner 8, Sara "l~hornhill _7, Amber Lacno 4, Kerri Cranfill 2, Dawn Logan 2, Tammy Morley. Shelley MendenhaU, Spring Hall. Amity I581 Heather Stepp 23, Berkey 9, Johnson 7, MeMullen 4, Lambert 4. Tampon 4, Hatch 4, Sheldon 3, Ralston, Henning ~Wlllamlna 4 I 16 19-40 Amity 14 25 I1 ~-58 Fouled out--none. Total fouls--Willamina 16, Amity I I. Technicals--none. That'=day's game $]N~ddno [33] Hehert 6, Chapman 6, Ridgeway 6. Morrison 6, Saunders S, Stansfield 4, Holder. Mills, Berger. Team totals: 14 5-9 33 WUlamlna ISI] Cranfill 11. Lacno 10. Turner 10, Thornhili 9, Men- denhall 4. Hall 3, Howard 2, Morley 2. Talmadge. Start- ton, Logan. Hayes. Tern ta~dm 24 3-9 Sl sheridan 4 8 12 9-3~J Wllhunlua 12 18 14 7-51 Fouled out--none. Total fouls--Sheridan 11, Willamina 13, Technicals--none, Drift Creek seem to bc the best bet for anglers because they're short. Anglers are also experienc- ing some success bottom fishing. The fish to beat at Harry's Rod and Reel steelhead contest is still the 19 pounder caught last year. For more information on fishing conditions call Harry at 879-Sl11. A Lady past a Spartan attempts to hustle the ball Lady Bulldog Thursday night, Willamina beat Sheridan in that game 51-33. --Photo by Corinne Ivey menu Thumday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Day- ton at Sheridan, 6 p.m. Nes- tucca at Willamina, 6 p.m. Frlday BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Dayton, 6 p.m. Willa- mina at Nestucca, 6 p.m. WRESTLING: Sheridan at Waldport, TBA. Saturday WRESTLING: Sheridan at Waldport, TBA. Monday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sheridan at Nestucca, 6 p.m. Santiam Christian at Willa- mina, 6 p.m. Tuesday BOYS BASKETBALL: Nes- tucca at Sheridan, 6 p.m. Wil. lamina at Santiam Christian. 6