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10 The Sun, Wednesday, February 22, 1989 I Sheridan continued to build mo- mentum for the league playoffs as they scored their third straight one- sided win at Nestucca 73-47. Steve Samples and Mike Sisk led the Spartans with 28 and 21 points respectively. Samples hit 5 of 6 from three-point land and was 10 of 12 from the floor. Sisk hit three three-pointers. Shane Spencer con- tributed six assists, and Casey Claus grabbed 12 rebounds. The Larry Samples coached Spar- tans are now assured of second place. If Santiam Christian lost Tues- day night and Sheridan beat West- ern Mennonite, the Spartans fin- ished as league champs. If both lost or both won. Santiam is league champ based on point differential in the two meetings of the top finishers. Based on how tough Santiam Christian is at home, Sheridan is probably destined for the league's number two spot. In that case. Sheri- dan will face Western Mennonite at 8:30 p,m. Thursday at George Fox College in Newberg. The winner of that game plays Friday at 8:30 p.m. to decide the league's number one and two seeds. The loser is out. "They (Western Mennonite) have a little more depth than we do and are taller overall," Samples said Tuesday about the probable match- up. "We're playing about as well as We can play right now. Everybody's healthy, but me." Samples is fighting off a bug that's making its way through the West Valley. /~~'~-:-~lll~!~ The Sun went to press before Tuesday's games. Amity game ~ :.. ~ Sheridan s boys basketball team Willamina's Jason Pittman downs a rebound in Tuesday's game with Nestucca. The Bulldogs ended up edging the Bobcats 55-53. --Photo by Corinne Ivey ge UCCQ Nestucca took Willamina coach Jerry Buczynski's advice and may wish it hadn't. The first meeting between the two teams took three overtimes. So Buc- zynski suggested the teams try to settle matters in regulation this time, and Nestucca, down 2 points with 13 seconds left, went for 3 points and the win...and missed. That left the Bulldogs with a sa- tisfying 55-53 home win Feb. 14, number five in league play. "We're going to try and be the spoiler against Santiam Christian," Buczynski said. "I told the kids to try and have an effect on the league out- come." I said (to the Nestucca coach) let's have a good game and no over- Bowlin The following are the bowling scores for the Thursday Brunch Bunch from Feb. 16. times," Buczynski said. "l think he took me seriously, and he went for 3 at the end. I'd have gone for 2." Willamina opened a 13 point lead, but let the Bobcats back in it with turnovers. Brad Childs again led the Bulldogs with 25 points and 12 rebounds. Bue ....................................... zynski also singled out Jorma Kyl- lonen's all around court play. Santiam game Woodside Restaurant .......... 16-4 Sears of Sheridan ............ 15-5 Sheridan Drug ................ 13-7 Crazy Horse Logging .......... 13-7 Gale's Body Shop ............. 13-7 Ed's Boot and Saddlery ....... 11-9 Sheridan AG Market ........... 10-10 Hagan Hamilton Ins ........... 9-11 Number 16 .................... 9-11 Maynard Stake Mill ........... 9-11 No-Ra-Me ................... ..8-12 Felton's Insurance ........... 8-12 E & S Farms .................. 7-13 Happy Hookers ................ 7-13 T & E General Store .......... 7-13 Zupan's ...................... 5-15 League-leading Santiam Christian ................... brought its balanced scoring attack into Willamina Friday night, and it was too much for Jerry Buczynski's Bulldogs. The Eagles led from the first quar- ter and won 67-46. High series--Sharri Rettke ,602 and Nancy Merrill 550. High games- -Sharri Rettke 226, Denise Cranfill 218, Ginny Lux 210, Judy Freeman 202, Nonie Justice 201 and Terry Murrow 200. ,Letterheads .Envelopes Business Cards Rubber Stamps Brochures Ioseto AAA JV team Willamina could not handle one of the best junior varsity girls basket- ball teams in the state Thursday night. The Lady Bulldogs lost 49-43 to Oregon City in the non-league home game. Willamina played its final game of the season Tuesday night on the road against Dayton. Since the 'game was played after deadline, the results will appear in next week's Sun. Before the Dayton game, the Lady Bulldogs, coached by Dan Halter, were 4-7 in the West Valley League, 6-14 overall. Against Oregon City, Willamina's Spring Hall was top point getter with 12 and Dawn Howard led the team in rebounds with eight. Ore~ City JV 149J Individual and team statisttcs iio: available Wllbm'da~ [43} Spri,R Hall 12, Lacno 8. Cranfill 7, Turner 6. Howard 4. Mendenhall 4. Thornhill 2. Stanton. Talmndge. Mor- le?,'. Logan. ~Ieam tot=Is: 14 14-25 43 gee, 00" J~,' 10 19 0 14-49 WIIhu~aa 615 10 12-43 grabbed a share of first place in style Feb. 15 by crushing Amity 82-33 at home. The Spartans and Santiam Christi- an are both 10-2 entering their last two games. Amity trailed by 15 after one and went to a delay game. The unusual strategy was tailor-made for Shed- dan's quick guards as Amity repeat- edly turned the ball over and was outscored 19-2 in the quarter Casey Claus ripped down a season high 16 rebounds, and Steve Sam- ples dished a season high nine as- sists. Long ball artist Mike Sisk, who sank the Spartan's biggest shot of the season against Santiam Christi- Though three of its players scored in double figures, Sheridan was handed a 61-41 loss at home by Nes- Office Forms BCatalogs .Circulars Handbooks You name it PRINTERS PUBLISHERS 249 S. BRIDGE ST., P.O. BOX 68 SHERIDAN, OREGON 97378 (,.%03) 843-231 ;2 tucca Thursday night in high school girls basketball. The night before, Sheridan was handed another blow to its winless an, stroked tour consecutive three- pointers and led the balanced scor- ing with 20. Sheridan shot 73 percent from the field. Dayton game Balanced scoring led the way as Sheridan opened a 12 point haiftime lead and then coasted to a 64-40 home court win over Dayton on Feb. 14. "I was pleased that players score." Spartan Samples said. Casey Claus had 15 boards. Steve Samples had a six assists. Shane Spencer six. The win put made and tied in the loss columnt gue leader Santiam lost at Western ~T - ~..~.~;: ~ ~.~, ~ ~.~:. :~ ~ Gary Smith goes one on one with an Amity Wednesday night. The Spartans overwhelmed the 82-33 in that game. --Photo by season on the road against league champion Amity. The Lady Warriors defense kept the Lady Spartans in check. The final score was 64-19. Sheridan's Jennifer Berger shows great form on this jump shot against the Lady Bobcats of Nestucca Thursday. It was the Lady Spartans' last home game of the season. --Photo by Corinne Ivey Delta Road Max Blackwall - Radial - Tubeless Profile 60 P185160SR14 -- $58.45 P195 / 60SR14 -- $60.45 P195160SR15 -- $62.83 P205/60SR15 -- $65.03 Kumho 60,000 Mile P155/80R13 -- $43.63 P165/80R13 -- $46.72 P175/80R13 -- $48.52 P185/80R13 -- $50.55 P185/75R14 -- $54.25 P195/75R14 -- $54.97 P205/75R14 -- $58.17 P215/75R14 -- $81.48 P205/75R-15- $59.85 P215 / 75R-15 -- $62.63 P225/75R-15 -- $65.93 P235/75R15 -- $68.67 Thursday's game was l final home game of the girls finished the Western Mennonite to the Lady Pioneers Since that game was press time, the results next week's Sun. Susie Chapman was for Sheridan in the with 11 points. Saunders and Carol scored 10 points in a ant end-of-season effort. Christa Mills led the tans in rebounds Meighan Holder had High scorer Chapman to her credit. Following the Amity dan head coach left with just seven to pull three girls up varsity tO play the Lady Against undefeated dan found itself out Lady Warriors scored figures. The Lady S why Amity was the state in last Madonna Hebert led scoring with 10 points. in the rebound de Thursda.~ 's g~ut~e Neamcea 1611 Individual and team statistics Sherld~ 1411 u VSS ~ S sie Chapman 11 (I 3 pt.l.L. Stansfield 10. Daniels 3. Rodney 3 Berger. Ridgeway. Mahe. Negtuc.e~ 14 22 18 7-61 Sherld~m 8 7 9 17-41 W~lae~l~y'a g~ Sheridan 119J Madonna Heber~ 10, Chapman 4 2. Betger, Morrison. Stansfield. 5-14 19 Amid {M} Cheri Berkev 13 Heather StepP 10. Joy Johnson ]0. Henning 8. pies 2. 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