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12 The Sun, Wednesday, March 8, 1989 In first round Sp ce ncalla Imbler Road to state Class championship "If it isn't broken, don't fix it" Tuesday afternoon while their op- was Larry Sample's coaching philo- ponents, the Eagles of Yoncalla, plan sophy Monday as he eyed the first to leave today. Perhaps Samples round of the state high school boys would like to add "it's the early bird basketball playoffs Thursday night, that catches the worm" to his philo- His Sheridan team took the Region A sophy. championship last Friday. The game is set for Thursday at The Spartans left for Pendleton 8:45 p.m. at the Pendleton Armory. C.;sey Christianson-and Zeke Holder show-their Spartan spirit b,v painting their bodies blue and gold for Friday nigh;s Hegion A championship game. --Photo by Corinne Ivey. oun Should the Spartans win the first game they'll play the winner of the Harrisburg/Pine Eagle first round game in the second round game scheduled for 8:45 p.m. Friday night. Should Sheridan lose the team will play the loser of the Harrisburg/ Pine Eagle game at 10:30 a.m. Fri- day. Fans wishing to locate a place to stay during the state tournament may pick up a list of hotels and mot- els available at the high school. The last time Sheridan won a state championship was in 1982. The last time the Spartans made it to state was in 1986 when they lost the cham- pionship game to North Clackamas. Both times Samples was coach. Samples said Monday that in prac- tice he intends for his team "to work on things they're doing well." When questioned about Yoncalla, Samples described the team as being "not very tall (their tallest player is 6-2), but good jumpers and quick, strong scorers." Yoncalla head coach Terry Duncan looks for a low scoring game, mat- ching two good defenses. The Ea- gles, who play in the Big Fir League, are 16-6 and took second place in Re- gion C. Duncan has coached at Yon- calla for seven seasons. "I heard Sheridan has a kid who's 6-7 (Casey Claus). We never faced anyone that big before. I hear there are a lot of role players on the Sheri- dan team and that (Steve) Samples is a pretty good scorer," Duncan said. Starters for the Eagles are: at cen- ter, Steve Lancaster, a 6-2 junior; forwards Jim Martini, a 6-2 junior, and Tony Waste, a 6-0 junior; and guards Bid VanLoon, a 5-10 sophom- ore, and Corin Botwinik, a 5-7 seni- or. Duncan said he regularly plays three other men. They are 6-0, senior forward Braque Hildreth, 6-2 junior center Brant Miller, and Brian St. Clair, a 5-11 senior at guard. Duncan said his team's strong points are that "the kids play pretty good half court defense." Offensive- ly, he describes the Eagles as "kind of a basic team." Today, 3 p.m. Santiam Christian Chiloquin Tonight, 8:45 p.m. Santiam Friday, 3 p.m. Loser THIRD 1 I I I I 1 Saturday, 3 p.m. Harrisburg Thursday, 3 p.m. Pine Eagle Yoncalla Thursday, 8:45 p.m. Friday, 8:45 p.m. Loser CHAMPION Saturday, 8:451 *Sheridan ope a real value ... have The Sun delivered in your r on every week of the To subscribe to The Sun simply fill out this coupon and return it with your check or money order. NAME ADDRESS CITY .STATE ....... ZIP .... [~ Sheridan, Willamina [~ All Other & Grand Ronde Postal Addresses Pos:al Addresses 1 Year -- $26 1 Year -- $17 The Sheridan and Willamina Mat Clubs traveled to Clackamas Community College last Friday and Saturday to complete at the Northwest Jr. Collegiate Wrestling Championships. The mighty matmen, ages 5 through 14, were eager to step on the mat against their opponent. Hundreds of kids compete at this regional tournament, racking up a large number of wrestlers in each weight and age bracket. Most of these little guy wrestlers had anywhere from 16 to 25 matmen in their bracket, making a full day of wrestling and some returning on Saturday. Medals were given to the top four finishers. Joshua Ashcroft, of the Sheridan Mat Club, won a 3rd place medal. Others competing in the tourna- ment from Sheridan were Mark Mahe, Scott Mahe, Joey Smith, Karl Pariier and Cody Olson. Placing from the Willamina Mat Club were John Fasana and Ben 4th. ......... Mode both placing lst; Jake Other participants from Willamina McKnight, 2nd;. Alvin Butler, 3rd; were Jason Butler, Ray Carpenter, Joey Smith, 3rd; Joe Mercier, 4th; Jake Justin, Daniel Mooney, Kevin Brian Osborn, 5th; Danny Willis, Osborn, Kaylon Richardson, Kelsy 5th; Manny Mercier, 6th; Ricky Richardson, Noah Talmedge and Reznicsek, 6th and Paul Hasslen, Nick Willis. i We're offering you a special "business kit" to cover your basic printing supplies. 249 S. Bridge St. P.O. Box 68 Sheridan, OR 97378 ,,o Fishing Report The following report was pro- vided by Harry Olmstead of Har- ~'s Rod and Reel in Willamina. River conditions are bad be- cause the water level raised 2 feet Sunday night. However, Three Rivers, Drift Creek and other small streams are fishable. On the coast, jetty and rock fishing are pretty good for sea bass, sea perch and kelp. Also an- glers may have luck with clams and sand shrimp Harry's steelhead contest ends on April 1. The largest fish so far is a 24-pounder. For the latest fishing information call Harry at 879-5111. Bow~in The following are the bowling scores reported from Feb. 23. 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