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Wednesday, January 25, 1989, The Sun 9 e ! can be fina than to win in at home on Jan. 1 7. Buczynski complimented his teamter in both games last week, scoring ki emphasized the need for his team W.lwl.A 9 9 a 16 4 ~ s.s3 After losing their first three West on the positive attitude it maintained 22 against Nestucca and 15 in the to continue its momentum. Nest.~cn l0 10 S 14 4 2 2.50 Fouled out---Childs, Pittman, Madruga. E. Hagerty, on the road for that matter. Valley League games of the season, even after losing those first games-- Amity game. "Now, with a couple of wins, we DodOs Total fouls-~Willamina 23, Nestucca 24. Tech- the dust settled in the Nes- the Bulldogs seem to be on the re- games that were lost in the second Willamina went into Tuesday need to keep it going," he said. altair--none. Jam. 17 8mine High School gymnasium Fri- bound and no one is more pleased quarter, night's game against league-leading Fdday'agsme Amity [561 the Willamina boys bas- than Willamina head coach Jerry "When you can't even hit alayup Santiam Christian with heads held WlJi=,lnA[531 S. Salinas5blhll3pt.I. Kingery6Ol2. Huber50 team had a 53-50, triple over- Buczynski. it's hard to win. We're finally start- high. The results of that game will Jorma Kyllonen 8 5-0 22 II 3 pt.), Brad Childs 4 2-4 I I (l 3 pt.) OeRaeve 3 28. Berkcv 3 0 6. Shilhancks I 0 I0, Brad Hanneman 2 3-7 7. Richard Brown 2 2-3 6, 2, Wooldridge. Team ~tsls: 23 8 56 Its second win of the sea- "Early in the season we were a ing to shoot better. We're making appear in The Sun next week since John Sizemore 2 0-0 4, Denny EImer l 0-02, Jason Pitt- Wltlamlna [60] man 1 0-0 2, Lance Halverson, Anthony Mahurin. Team Kyllonen S 5 IS, Childs 4 S 13, Hanneman 4 0 8, step slow and sometimes behind the better passes," Buczynski said. the game was played after press- to~,,~012-235a Brown328, Mahurin317, EImer306, Halversonl0 first win came earlier in the play. Now we're starting to do things Bulldog Jorma Kyllonen is shoot- time. Nat*een i50] 3 II 3 pt.). Si,en,ere. Te,~ to~,, 23 13 6o Chris Gray 8 6-10 22. A. Hagerty 3 I-4 7, Madruga 2 Amity I I 13 18 14-56 :, a 60-56 decision against Amity better," the coach said. ing better. He was the top point get- In an interview Monday, Buczyns- t2 s. Deeds 21-2 s. G~,d.,a, I 2-54. M~Do,~, 20-4 Will,aiD. 9 172S 9.6O 4, E. Hagerty 1 0-0 3 (1 3 pt.), McKinlay. Team realist Fouled out--Kingery. Total fouls--Amity 24, Wills- 19 11-27 S0 mina 13. Tec-hnicals--Kyllonen. e I e e tatonly can be called a defen- scored," said Sheridan head coach appear in The Sun next week. Though Samples, Casey Claus and Western Mennonite, the fourth- Fou,ed out--McCIoud. Total fouls--Sheridan 13, Sheridan demolished Larry Samples of the Dayton game. In regard to the Santiam Christian Mike Sisk each scored more than 10 ranked Class A team in the state, on Dayton 2h. Technlcals--none. 62-30 in high school boysSteve Samples's game high 28 game, Samples blamed the loss on points for the Spartans in the Santi- the road. a=.l~am, Friday night, points complimented the defensive poor ball handling by his Spartans am game, Eagles Dustin Harrington FrldaY'allame Sheddml ISS] the Spartans were unable to play of his teammates, and strong perimeter shooting by the and Brock Baker each scored 20 Sheridan[621 SamplesY2-218(23pts.),Claus62-314.$iskS0-I Steve Samples 11 2-4 28 (2 3 pts.), Casey Claus 3 0-3 12 (2 3 pts.), Smith 1 2-2 6, Denton l 0-0 2, Spencr I o- same earlier in the week The win against the Pirates putthe Eagles. points or more. 6. JamcsDenton3 0-1 6, ShaDe Spencer 1 4-66, Mike 22, Moore t 0-0 2. Aguayo10-02. Tumtotalm231b10 Santiam Christian. They lost Spartans at 4-1 on the season with "We had more turnovers against slsk 1 3-6 5, Gary Smith 0 5-6 5, Jon Campos 2 0-0 4. 58 Travis Moore 0 2-2 2, Jason Aguayo0 I-2 I, Keith Pars- SantlAm Chdstlan {78] Eagles 78-58 on Jan. 17. Both two games to go before the midway Santiam Christian than we had our The Spartans will get another de, 0 I-5 I. Team totala, 1218-3562 DustinaarringtonO6-824, Brock Baker 7 2-3 20 (2 3 Were played on the road. point, last two or three games," said the crack at Santiam Christian at home Dayton 1301 pts.L Templeton 4 2-2 12 (2 3 pts.). Hoerauf 4 3-6 II, Chad Troutman 4 0-4 9 (I 3 pt.), Closser 2 2-2 6, Scott 22-66, M. Baker I 2-25(I 3 pt.), VanDyke. Tam our best defensive effort of Sheridan played the first of those coach, on Feb. 10. The way its shaping up McCIoud I 2-2 $ (13 pt.), Stoltenberg I 2-44. Fisher 2 torah, 28 17-23 78 andwewere still able to win games against Nestucca on TuesdayA six-point g~ip in the secondthat game could determine the West 0-04, Czekalskil0-32, Fergus, Jacobs. Temntot,dstll $heHdml II 1513 19-55 6-11 30. S. Christian 18 20 20 20-78 than 30 points. We had a night, but since the game was played quarter was the closest the Spartans Valley League championship. Sheddan 121917 14-62 Fouled out--n ....Total fouls--Sheridan 18, Sinai- night. Everyone on the team after press time the results will came to catching the Eagles. But this Friday Sheridan faces VtwtonSSTlO'30 am Christian 12. Technicals--none. Lysa Saunders steals ball from Dayton player. Jennifer Berger is there to assist. /~iiiii i. /:i~ .... ~ i~ ~ ~i~ ~~ii~'i~i~ ~i~iiii~!~i~iii!iii~ili~/i~ ~i~/~i i Susie Chapman's passing helped Sheridan keep it close on Jan. 16, but the Lady Spartans fell short at night's end as , , ,,,,i ,,, Sheridan lost Dayton. --Photo by Corinne Ivey In girls basketball Madonna ii,'~ , ..,,~ ,/'/''H Hebert puts in two for the Lady Spartans In Jan. 16's Dayton game. earl A determined Meighan Holder during the Dayton game. ns [e scoringrally Monday's Game The Sheridan girl's basketball Sheddanl411 team was outscored 12-5 in the first Stansfield 12. Morrison 12. Sanders 3, Holder 4, Hebert S, Chapman 6. Berger I, Rldgeway. Mills, quarter and went on to lose 66-41 at na,~cts. Nestucca Tuesday. Team totals= 13 15-31 41 Stansfield and Morrison led Sheri- Ne,to~a I~l Eichelberg 22. Fitch 8. Nelson 4, White 4, Ehlers 14. dan with double figure scoring as the Warren 4, Mor~an 3, Robinson I, Birdwell 2. Paris 4. Tenm totAlat 26 14-27 66 Spat'Cans were unable to overcome Sheridan5 14913-41 the early deficit. Ne,~.~, !~ 19 IS ~o.~ rmln les The Willamina girls basketball well in a pressure game." team lost its half-time lead in the Willamina is 2-3 in league play middle of the third quarter, but and 4-9 on the season. righted itself and went on to score a ThursdAy's Game 50-46 win Thursday over Nestucca. Neatueen[46] Willamina coach Dan Halter cre- Eichelbergl8, Fitchl4, MorganS, PArks2. Ehlers2. Warren 2, White, dited low turnovers as instrumental Wlllamlnnl501 sara ThornhUl 18, Howard I0. Turner 8, Mendenhall in the win. s, Lacno 2, Cranflll 2, Hall 2. Logan, "We had only 13 turnovers," he s.t~,~nVl~151z.46 said. "Our previous low was 2!. We WlllAmI.A 10 tab 14.so Fouled out--Howard, Laeno. Total fouls--Nestucca played a good game. We responded lI.Willamtna21,Technicals--none. 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