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10 The Sun, Wednesday, January 25, 1989 Sheridan matman gets bested ,4 P ,q ,q ~ Sheridan High School wrestling ~oach Al Ashcroft said both he and ;'his team were disappointed with its ~erformance at the Alsea Bay Classic ~Friday and Saturday in Waldport. ,, , The Spartans fimshed fifth among ~)7 teams competing. by a Central Linn wrestler in a home meet on Jan. 17. en upse --Photo by Corinne Ivey lnlS Alsea Bay Clalslc "We lost several close matches "It looks like he's got a good shot Top Sheridan finishers: 103 6. Nathan Ha, man; 112 and that made us think we were outat state. But it's still too early to 2 Chad Ranes; 130 5. Jason Taylor; 152 I. Andy Jor- dan: 171 3. Shone Errand; Ilwt. 2. Chris Acuff. of shape," Ashcroft said. tell," Ashcroft said. AX,o competing for Sheridan: 119 Greg Wilson; 125 The coach liked the performance The Spartans will travel to Willa- Cha~le~ Nelson; 140 Travis Taylor; 145 Ken Holsen- bach; 160 Brian Crowe; 189 Monte Lauer. of Andy Jordan who won the tourna- mina Friday where they will compete Team s ...... Waldport 202, ~ .... IS2, com- ment championship in the 152-pound in the West Valley League Tourna- hett 163, Dayton nS. S~dt* .4, 12 other t ..... weight class, ment. osana wins Who says life isn't great after 47. dual wrestlers shined for the Bull- ~'~ Not Ariah Fasana. The 112-pound dogs. Tom McKnight, Tim Mooney, ;~Villamina wrestler increased his Bubba Cavan and Chris Rupp each ~'~igh school winning streak in a home pinned his opponent, while Ray Ro- b . . ~eet against North Marion on Jan. selli, Doug Stewart, and John An- , i;7 by pinning his opponent in three drew each won decisions. Willamina is coached by Bob Bi- I, . ~amutes and 17 seconds, shop and will host the West Valley Despite a 40-28 team loss, indivi- League Tournament Friday night. Fishing Report,, er ers arn The Willamina Booster Club will host a Trailblaz~ Alumni basketball game tonight. The game begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Willamina Middle School nasium. Admission is $2.50 for adults, $1.50 students and senior zens and children under 6-years-old are admitted free. Trailblazers/Safeway Alumni squad is composed of former land Trailblazers team members. All proceeds will benefit High School athletics. The local team will be made up of residents from Willamina, Ronde and Sheridan. The locals will be coached by Willamina School basketball coach Jerry Buczynski. There will also be a raffle at halftime. The raffle features donated by local merchants, tickets to an upcoming Portland blazer game and a Trailblazer basketball autographed by the current team. po menu Thursday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Western Mennonite at Sheri- dan, 6 p.m. Dayton at Willa- mina, 6 p.m. WRESTLING: Willamina at Gervais, 7 p.m. Friday WRESTLING: Sheridan and Willamina at West Valley Lea- gue Tournament in Willamina, 5:30 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Western Mennonite, 6 p.m. Willamina at Dayton, 4 p. m. Monday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Gas- ton at Sheridan, 6 p.m. West- ern Mennonite at Wiilamina, 6 p.m. Tuesday BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Gaston, 6 p.m. Willa- mina at Western Mennonite, 6 p.m. | How about letting us that chill at VOIGT'S We offer: Hot Breakfast Hot Lunches Hot Sandwiches Hot Home made Sou Hot Specials (Daily) Hot Dinners Friendly, warm with every visit at 518 S. Bridge St., 843-4357 This report is provided to The Sun Russ Ashwell of Willamina is the by Harry Olmstead of Harry's Rodnew leader in Harry's Steelhead No.h M..o. 40, .t W,'.ml.. 2a and Reel in Willamina. Contest. He landed a 24 pounder last 112 Ariah Fasana (W) pinned Bill Christianson (3:1 7) ; 119 Barry Reber (NM) pinned Jeremy Huber (2:44); Fishing is picking up locally. Sal- week which outdoes the old mark by 125 Stegall (NM) pinned Dan Eddy (1:58): 130 Tom mon, Nestucca and other local rivers five pounds. McKnighl (W) pinned Artie Fyock (5:45); 135 Dan An- derson (NM) dec. Jeremy Roselli, 8-5; 140 Ray Roselli are at the perfect depth. Fishing was Along the coast, ocean perch or twj dee. Eri~ Reich, 26-1h: n4S Do~s Ste~'a. iW) dec. poor to fair as of Tuesday morning, red tail are starting to bite. For more Tony Terap e. 14-10; 152 Tim Mooney (W) pinned Na- than Ryden (0:30); 160 aubba Cavan (W) pinned Vance but unless something drastic hap- fishing information call Harry at 879- Coreo~'an (1:46); 171 Chris Rupp (W) pinned LaCountpens like a huge rain storm the rest 5111. Reber (3:1 I): 189 John Andrew (W) dec. Keith Thomp- son, l I-0; Hwt. Randy Lambert (NM) pinned Tony Kir- of the week should be perfect. keby (1:35). We've go[ See The Do, 2600 McDonald McMinnville 472-1146 WE GIVE YOUR RETURN PERSONAL ATTENTION No assembly line tax preparation here--we give your return the kind of personal attention that ensures you pay only what you owe. Individual State Business Out-of-state Corporate Tax planning Federal Bookkeeping Certified Public Accountant 104 IVest Main Street" Sheridan, Oregon 973 78 (503) 843-2992 Monday-Friday 9-5 "Serving you is our only business." Just one example of the quality printing jobs available at The Sun. No job is too big or small ... 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