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10 The Sun, Wednesday, February 15, 1989 me II men I II ogs is rlc The Willamina High School wres- tling team has what are shaping up to be two top contenders for the state crown in their respective weight divi- sions, Ariah Fasana extended his win- ning streak at home last Friday to 26- 0 on the season and an even more impressive S1-0 record going back to last season. Fasana should have no problem taking the ll2-pound weight class this weekend at the dis- trict tournament. Tom McKnight has a 28-0 season record in the 130,pound class. At last Friday's home tournament McKnight won his 101 st match of his high school career. The Bulldogs are coached by Bob Bishop. WiJJamlnR Tounlnmerd Witi:.~ilm ['mish rs: 112 I. Arla|l Fasana; | |9 2. Jer- ~:n~x If !~,,It; i25 4. Don Edd:,; 130 I. 'h*m McKnighl; I/iS K,ti Mcnclcy; 140 3. Ra) Roselll; J45 I. Doug St,.,, a,,~: 17t 2.7racy Cavan; 189 3. John Andrew; tlwt i~1~v Ei=keby. I~ ~'i~ .~,.'es: Sti,L74, Co|ton 73, Wl|im,nlna 64, Cheo At 140 pounds, Ray Roselli ended home school Friday night. up third at a high school wrestling tournament at hls --Photo by Mike Petrovsky. lo0 e me Sheridan High School wrestling ~oach AI Ashcroft hopes his team will take fourth overall at the district touruament this weekend. "We don't have enough bodies to win the tournament," Ashcroft said. Spartans looking to do well at the district tournament include Chad Ranes at 112 pounds. He is the num- ber two wrestler at that weight class going into the competition. Number one is the undefeated Ariah Fasana from Willamina. Ranes, though, is an impressive 16-5 on the season. Also looking to do well for Sheri- dan is Andy Jordan. He is the top seed at 152 pounds going into the district competition. He has a match record of 18-2 this season. Impres- sive. At heavyweight, the Spartans are blessed with the number two conten- der, Chris Acuff. Acuff is 18-3 on the season. /i~rdsbur$! To |r~ amt a' Lhtrid;n finlshccs: |12 I. Chad Ranes; l|9 4. Gres Wilson: 130 3. Jason laylor; 135 Mike Blake tdldn'! place); 145 O. Travis Tayh,r; 152 I. Andy Jordan: IO0 6. l|rian ('rowe; 171 2. Sbane Errand; 159 4. Scott McCc~d: Hwt I. Chris Ac,ff. ]cam places: I. Oakridgc. 2. Dayton. 3 Waldport. 4. Sherhlan, 5. Harrisburg. h. Alsca. 7. (.row. LQ ull The WiUamina High School girls basketball team's playoff hopes may still be alive, provided they win their remaining game and get help from a few other West Valley teams. A 47-45 loss to Ncstucca on the road Monday might spell doom tor the Lady BulIdoc'~. "~ ',." played '~ ~:!I ~uT wt: just came , " ~aid Willamina head ~h~, h .... b~:~ *,he story for Willa- mina all ~eason. menu Tonight BOYS BASKETBALL: Ami- ty at Sheridan, 6 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sheridan at Amity, 6 p.m. Thursday GIRLS BASKETBALL: Nes- tucca at Sheridan, 6 p.m. Friday WRESTLING: Wiilamina and Sheridan at district meet in Chemawa,'Salem, 2 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Nestucca, 6 p.m. Santi- am Christian at Willamina, 6 p.m. Saturday WRESTLING: Sheridan and Willamina at district meet in Chemawa, Salem, 11 a.m. Tuesday BOYS BASKETBALL: Sher- idan at Western Mennonite, 6 p.m. Dayton at Willamina, 6 p.m. GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sheridan at Western Menno- nite, 6 p.m. Willamina at Dayton, 6 p.m. SPRING ! r ' Pratt & I ;lvl j Lambert paintsJ Complete line J --of painting I supplies i I 146 S. Bridge St., Underneath, we're really great guys. See The Doctor ! 2600 McDonald Lane McMinnvllle 472-1146 ogs OU On Thursday the Lady Bulldogs 32-48, Cranfil121-2S, Hal120-!4. tt,ga~'O-O't.h,r- nerO2-3 2. Morley, Mendenhall. Teem totnls: 17 11-25 had their playoffs hopes rekindled by 45 beating the Lady Greyhounds of Gas- N.~.. 147i Fitch b 5*7 17. Eichelherg 5 4-4 I S (I 3 pl.), Birdwell 2 ton in another close game. Wilta- 2.4 h. Morgan 2 0-1 4, Ehlers I 0-0 2, Parks I 0-3 2. mina pulled off a 29-27 victory at Whi*~ 0 I ~ l, Rohl ...... r.m *oad~, |7 ~2-Z4 47 WIIlamlnm 1O 12 6 17-45 home. Nestueca J6 J5 7 9-47 "We started playing instead of F,,.led, rot.I,i.a 2~. he,- lucca 22. Technicals---none. watching," Halter said. Wednesday night the Willamina Thur~a) 'a resolls girls had no chance against league-c,.,.. 1271 leading Amity. The Lady Warriors A. Rios39-1115, Allen20-44. Guarniar20-24, Gay 2 0-5 4, Hartford, Youns, N. Rios. Team totals, 9 9.22 outscored the Lady Bulldogs 56-31. z7 Monday'a results Wlllmmlna 1291 Sara Thornhill 4 3-6 I I, }Jail 3 2-5 8, Howard I I-2 3, Willamlna 1451 [ aloe I 0-3 2. Turtler I 0-2 2, Cranfill I 0-3 2, Logan 0 I- l'~a~ n Howard ~, 2-) 1 2. gala "rh,,rnhill .1 4-6 10. l a,':)n Fishing report 2 I. Mrndcnhall. learn Iotads: I1 7-2J 29 Gaslon 9 6 4 8-27 WIIlamlna 7 8 8 6-69 Fouled out--A. Rios. ]Jail. Tolal fouls--Gaston 22. Willamina 16. Technicals--'Ihoruhill. Wedne~day'~ results Amity 1561 Heather Slepp S 3-3 Iq, Joy Johnson 5 0-0 10. Be,key 2 3-4 7. Temple 3 0-0 6, Sheldon 2 04) 4, Halch I 2-5 4, Hayes I 0-0 2. Ralston. Kelchner. Team total~t 24 8-12 56 WIIlamlnm 1311 Sara Thornhill 6 0-0 12, Howard 3 2-4 8. lacno 2 I-2 5, Logan 2 0-0 4, ('ranfill I 0-2 2, Turner, Hall, Menden- hall, Slanton. Talmadge, Morley. ream totals: 14 3-9 31 Atoll) 15 18 13 10-56 Wlllamlna 7 4 I~ 6-31 Fouled out--Lacno. Total fouls--Amity 10. Willa- mina q. Technicals--m,ne. 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Best Rated Company wholly owned by Life Investors Inc. a Willamina's Denny Elmer attempts a shot and ference from an Amity player. --Photo by Mike March 22, The Sun's annual "FarmFest" special section will be published March 22, 1 This well. read annual section will include special feature stories about farmers an lots of informative articles of interest to the farming community. You can reap the benefits of targeting your advertising message to area farme in this "FarmFest" section. The deadline for advertisements is WednesdaY, March 15. Just give us a call at 843-2312. L 249 S. Bridge St., P.O. Hours: M-F 9-12, 1-5 843-2312 Sheridan, OR