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The Sun, Thursday, January 31, 1980 9 / ....." Sp n gH , -, ,..: .... arta s sna aw s, - : By AIlen Hilton , Ownctribution from Frank the other hand, drops to Four players reached The Sheridan High pes. . 8-5. double figures in the (k School basketball team Hawks took a Sheridan coach Larry game. Rogers led the recovered quickly from a o4-o,z, nalftime lead Samples was very charge with Mike Ellis ~ i disappointing loss to , ou, a. not hOld !ne pleased with his team's hitting for 18 and Mark 1 t beat the MacLaren seerid stanza as a the seerid half sprint'14 Vern Willhite turned Santiam Tuesday night P rtans down in tne performance, especially,VanDenHazel pitched in Hawks Friday, 76-61. tPhessing defense gave in one of his top t i ! "ne bpartanstWeferf miaway thrugh tne league cntest but Sam- pints and a strng " by a 24 poin p - third period and they nles felt t ess 'n *h.,* ........ I"-' e, parts anpoint leadThe game was not a performances, adding 10 ii - i-r forward , , . ..... ,.a, rebounding job inside. I mance oy sen u SlOwly pulledaway for the Sr,=r*o h ....... ,4 Allen Hilton had 6 and , Rick Rogers The Hawks the win their seventh showi ,,., ,= uuuu " . -- , ng aTler the big G.H. Vorres 4 to round / ' i. were led by a 30-po,nt The Hawks record, on loss to San tiam out the Spartan scoring. ._ Dogs still look for victory JV wins mma stud h I Ed Br,ckell band r alism ents help pay for recent sc oo " , pesident. Ho,ding up You gotta g ve the end ,oos ng 8749 to mioas defense puled ] St gome ... Rounding up funds were back left, purchase order for $600 is Myra Robinson, Willamina Bulldogs visiting Sherwood on down 34 rebounds, Wilson, Forest Products club president, student body president, Pare Pond, junior class some credit --at least for Friday and then Satur- against 52 for their The Willamina Bull- Platt, re r n m fee=dent is center and p ese ting school journalis and P " " ; Tonia Shenk, activities trying, day dropping a 71-47 opponents. Robert Rapp dogs JV team had their director is left. Still looking for their decision to host Philo- placed the 'Dogs with 21first league victory over i first win, the Dogs boys math in a non-league points, the Jefferson Lions last Sports schedules Sunday mixed basketball team still goes game. Tuesday. out on the court twice a The 'Dogs are 1-4 in At Philomath Doug The Bulldogs were [hapmanSehool ('hen,awa at a, :30 p.,,. bowling week to face their op- league and 0-11 on the Shenk led the Wiliaminabehind 12-33 at half ~vi~?lr]s' basketball at p.m Girls' basketball at Feb. 1 - Varsity basketball at, _ ponents, season, scorers with 14 points, time, but with the help of t|l W' " ~ " " " ~vs'. fllamma at 4 Colton at 5:30 p.m. North Marion at 6 p.m.; MIshlers Wreck. 14 2 Willamina played two Against a much taller See sports schedule Doug Shenk, Alan L';'~wrestling at Nrthm Feb. 8 - Boy.s' basketball at Wrestling, with Sherwood at Olsens'B. Shop 12 4 games over the week- Sherwood team, Willa- for upcoming games. Burdon, and Brad IMdaVL ColtonatS:30p.m. (~:30p.m. Hun" " Sp __ S Id p K Bishop, they made a ~i nHigh School Willamina Junior High Feb. 4-Girls' basketball at Thr~'~eyms" Iz q~ comeback and ended the |gis ~,u'~s basketball Feb. I-Girls' basketball at Jefferson at bp m ; Freshman qh~[,~,,:"~"" :nu : rto n ,c ir I u m en ne 3rd quarter with a 38-38 I~res:' home at 5:30 Sheridan at 4:30 p.m." Boys' basketball with Jefferson at A'il"A;h "~" f~' lie a:]m-en basketball wrest ing at Dayton 'at 4'30 home at 6 p m .. ... ~ramp. ~ / tie. The Bulldogs in- i~., ( ,b.30 .- -- ... ~. ; . ,, ~cx =1dines ,~ / By Cheri Stevens Saturday ' a make-up Sheridan ~,arsiD, creased the margin and !. B~ ', l~.m. p.m. t'co. ~ - varsity basketball Const Ranoo ph ~ IS:3~Ys basketball at Feb. S - G~rls" ' basketball with Nestucca at home at 6~',~,Less.,.:.. The Sheridan Spartans game, while the dV s,,uplc, 14, Bargc'rS.'Crocker ended with a 56-50 [2- P.m. with Carlton at home at 4"30 p.m. " mshine Da " .. overhauled the Kennedy sneaked by the visiting 4. Bm~n 1. ('lcmn]er I, victory. "- " " " ;hi Ir /~ ~,,, t~oys' wrestlin p m ' Feb 7 Girl ' ha~kPthall ,~, " .. , Y a girls, with a much team with a 18-15 win. Parade/ I. Richard Taylor and Jr. " at Oervaig _. . , . - s ...........rlower~asKet 7 9 needed 37-19 varsity in ~ a e "' "" 7 Lopez helped the team -" s at l Feb. 8 - O~rls basketball w~th Sherwood at home at 6 Champion Int 6 l0 W The Chemawa "r v-s Colton safe,Iv b 1 st ~ 14 Hill 8 McKee with Banks at home at 4:30 p.m.; Freshman basketball at #8 " S 11 and a 32-15 JV win, last slipped y the varsity : ' . " - ' by getting a couple of |" ," Freshman bas- p.m." Wrestling at Yamhill at Sherwood at 6 p.m. Farmers' Market 4 12 Thursday Spartans by 6 points, Hill . . Smith 3. Campbell 2. ~ ~'Ith, ,b 30Chemawa at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 8 - Varsity basketballJ,,ke" "s Deh' 4 12 Sheridan coach Jeanne 43-37 last Monday. The Mu,,-,\ 4ShMri~d,aneJ,~] 8aunc steelsthe team'sand defense.keeping JimUP : pm WillaminaSenlorHigh with Dayton at home at 6 p.m. WillaminaDrug 2 14 Gann commented: "It J.V girls mastered ~ l)'S~ul/m,m ~'Jenkins 2, Givens also helped by Jan. 31 - Freshman basket- Feb. 9 - Wrestling tourna- was certainly a good Chemawa 36-27 on the Vandcnha/el 1, Hodgc I. sinking some baskets Wrestling with ball with Yamhill-Carlton at b ment at home at l l a.m. Ili,-h ilIC11'..' series - LOS feeling to win a league Braves home court. ColtonJV and pulling down the Iklkcr. 55~, ttigh mens' games game. Kennedy is a Felix ~, Engle 3. Larsen 2, needed rebounds. " . ij ; Ic,, Baker. 205: Ernie better team than they Hill 1. With one win under 1Hrnid c. 204: Ernic Schultz. showed the night we Sheridan varsity their collars the JV had a 2()1: Waxnc Weathers. 200. phayed them. Our team B,r cr 12. Samples S, Crocker Sheridan varsity bad game against Sher- Iligh ~omcn,,' series - lva played good defense and s. Warwick 5, Brown 3, Bar~er 10, Samples 8, Brown wood on Friday. The Walkt'r. 55~;. High ~omens'pressed really well. We Ikuadc/3,('lemmer2, Murray7, Warx~ick 4. Clcmmer 4, ~arm", - ('\mlt'v Panicle, 20(~; "~ ('rocker 2, D. Stutzman 2. Bulldogs suffered some are still struggling with - Kenncdvvarsity Chcmawavarsity at the Sherwood game. ha W;dkcr. 205. Splits picked our offense. We must Sc,,u 4. Annen 3, Halter 3, Racine 13. Tallbull 12. Bone- One of their big men, t{~1~ Murrox~. 2-": Tcrr\r become more confident Kirsh 3. Corson 2. Ebner 2. shirt 6. O'Bennick b. Pcrdash Chuck Smith, hurt his Mul'v,,~. 3- I0: tkl Elkins. with our shooting." lracger I. 4, Elkins knee and one of their 4.U: ha Walker. 2-7 and 5-6: The Spartans will play Sheridan JV Shcridan JV guards was ill. .h,Annc Marq~all. 3-10: Vi each league team one D. Slut/man 8. Clemmer 6, An(lcrson 8. Hodgc 7,R. The JV team has been Wa hbm'n. Rob Allen.more time beginning Mur,'ay 6. C. McKee 4, r. Stu,/m,n 3. Murray 3. having a hard time this 1-~): I c-~i', Itack~orth. 5-(~; today (Thursday) with S utzman 3. Anderson 2, Moroncv3. McKee 3, Jenkins year. They first started .ludx Scgcr. l)cnnis Regis on the girls home Baunc 1. D. McKec I. 2. McKcc 2. Baunc 2, out with 12 guys and now S;mcc. 3-10: l.ora Weathers,court. M,,roney I. V;mdcnha/cl 2. Kcnnedy JV Chemawa JV they have 10 and two of ~, ~: Waxnc Weathers. 3-10. The Colton varsity Schicldler 2. Teem 3. Verboort Rcxcy 8. Portland b, Rtmning the 10 were brought from destroyed the Spartan 2. Schmitz 2. Beyer 2. Vallejo 4. Elkins 4. Dauphina 3. Ward the freshman team. Brunch bunch girls in a 39-29 victory,I. Diram I. 2. Printed from your favorite color nega- tive or slide. Heavy simulated wood- grain frame, perfect for desk or wall hanging. Offer ends Feb. 14 mlna 212 N.E. Main, Willamina 876-2112 Pharmacy 876-8652 Mac Aulo Wreck. 8-0 Sheridan Drug 7-1 Bennett's Plunlhing 6-2 l.. ~.~: B. Dist. 6-2 ttare Hut 5-3 Sears of Sher. (ineom.) 4-0 Dominico's 4-4 Shaklee 4-4 Royal Printing 3 '/:-4 %. Flower Basket 3-5 Superior Ambulance 3-5 Willanfina Rocket 3-5 l)ecr Park 2-0 Kricgcr Painting I-7 Valentine's Texaco '/:-7~ ~ Bm'ch (;ravel (incom.) 0-4 Itigh scries-Vi Washburn 502. high game-Vi Washburn 202. splits picked up-Judy Flkins and Terry Murrow 5-10. .lea. Vcllman 3-10. Donna tA'cI/',lehl 2-7, Sharon Paync 5-~-I0. Donna Wilson b-lO-8. Mildred Cook 5-7-9. and Opal ltamillm~ 4-5-7. ~qS0 STOCK NOW ARRIVING.-- Sound systems for your car and home by famous name manufacturers MoMinnville's Complete Stereo Center TOWN CENTER SHOPPIN6 CENTER Iours - M-F 10-7, Sat. 10.5, SUNDAY 12-5 IN THE SPARTAN Lcft to right: Pam Hostetlcr, Davida Wart, Traey Oglevle. Left to right: Cindy Clemmer, Josie Hebert, Gary Stuck, Chris Paradez. The Yearbook Staff at Sheridan High School is working daily on the 1979-80 annual. This year's annual advisor is Gayle Pierce. Her goal for the Yearbook is to have "at least two pictures of every student in the annual and to cover all of the school activities." Staff members are responsible for taking all of the photographs for the annual. They also plan the layouts, write copy and have full responsibility for acquiring the advertisements in the Yearbook. Ads for this year's annual are being sold Wednesday, Feb. 6, 1980. We take genuine pleasure in bringing you the Spartan Spotlight each week! Monday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. SERVICE H O U RS: Sat. a a.-,. to S p.-,. 251 S. BRIDGE ST. SHERIDAN 843-2512