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eridan to host is--if no rain Moore The Sun High School base- Will try to break a long Seasons around the .500 1 a young roster. have only one enior to this year's line- returns after win- pitching honors last coach Mike Stuck said of the 25 players who are freshmen. Six returning players, the three starting spots last year. "lhylor at catcher, at first base and hitter, Chuck Berrier at Holder at outfield and at outfield are the a strong outfield Stuck said. "Lucas be in the outfield too. SOme people who can play out there." The wet weather hasn't helped the Sparts' practices. "Practices have been going pretty well, but we've been in the gym because of the weather," Stuck said. "Plus we've got about four or five guys gone at the state basketball tournament." Stuck said he though Willamina would be one of the top teams in the league again this year because of all of the Bulldogs' returning players. Sheridan has seven pre-season games before it gets into league play. "Our pre-season is going to have to be our practice," Stuck said. "We've got more games than prac- tices before league starts. "We are awfully young. We've got to fill our positions with quite a few underclassmen. With our inex- perience I'm going to do a lot of looking in these pre-season games." Sheridan's first scheduled game is at home today, weather permit- ting. Sparts want make playoffs MOore The Sun softball team is take the next step this Coming only one game the playoffs last year. Spartans lost three last year's team but Grauer thinks her the positions. Twenty- out for softball. have gone pretty but we've had some Mth the high school gym been fun to be outside "Grauer said. thinks she has a pretty back. returns at pitcher, Lady Sparts' main Year. Monika Vollman is Dawn Daniels will will take over at third. Jennifer Maynard and Telisha Burgos will both return this year in the outfield. Two freshmen will also probably make the varsity team. Nichol Moore will play first base or in the outfield and Wendy Thomas will be in the outfield. Sheridan's league has a new look this year. St. Paul, Wahtonka and Western Christian have been added to the league. "I think Amity will be good this year," Grauer said. "They are always good. Dayton should be good; they got a few transfers. I never underestimate anytxxly in this league. It is crazy every year. "We are usually strong at the plate. I think we'll probably be good at hitting and pitching. I think we have a pretty good chance to be in Sherldan's Jeremy White soars above high jump bar during practice last week. Spartan coach AI Ashcroft expects another good year this season. First meet Is scheduled for Thursday at McMinnvllle.--Photo by "ll'avis Moore. Spartan track teams look strong By "i}'avis Moore Correspondent, The Sun The Sheridan High School track team will try to get back in top form by the end of the year to make a run for its fourth straight West Valley League boys title. Sheridan lost some big point production from last year in Andy Rodney, Jason Aguayo and Steve Samples, but coach AI Ashcroft says that everyone who placed for the Sparts last year is back this year. "We are pretty young," Ashcroft said. "We have a lot of freshmen out, mostly boys. About half the team is freshmen and the other half is returners." Ashcroft singled out Russell Pot- mr as one of Sheridan's top retur- ners. "He won the district in discus last year," he said. "Now he's teaching the younger kids." events he is going to compete in." Other strong returners for the boys that the coach talked about were Rich Tomlinson and Lucas Crump in the sprints, David Morey in the 800 and Chad Ranes and Jess Acuff in the pole vault. Ashcroft also said there are four or five two-sport athletes who will help the boys. The Spans have one of the biggest girls teams in years this season. The 13 Lady Spartans include Carla Rodney. Rodney missed last year with an ankle injury after having a good freshman year. 'Tm happy to see Carla back out here," Ashcroft said. "She wants to compete so bad, but I'm not totally sure her injury is healed." He added: "We haven't won a girls dual meet since I've been coaching. Our goal this year is to win a dual meet. I think we have a good chance." Ashcroft said Wendy Woodcock Stephanie Aaron. "we aren't very strong in the hurdles and distance," Ashcroft said, "and we always ask people in the community to come and help us in the field events." Ashcroft said Santiam Christian and Nestucca will be the strongest in the league. He also mentioned Dayton and Willamina as the league's top competitors. "We're not quite as strong as we were last year," Ashcroft said, "but if we get people to fill our weak spots, we have so many boys (30), it's hard not to be optimistic for a fourth league title in a row." Sports schedule Wednesday, March 13 Softball: Sheridan at YamhilI-Cadton, 4 p.m. Baseball: Regis at Sheridan, 4 p.m. Thuraday, March 14 Baseball: Willamine at Colton, 4 p.m. Track: Willamina and Sheridan at Grizzly Bear Open, McMinnville, 3:30 p.m. Softball: Santiam Chdslian at Willamine, 4 p.m. Friday, March 15 Softball: Yamhill Carlton at Sheridan, 4 p.m.; Willamina varsity and JV at Gervais, 4 p.m. Baseball: Sheridan at Regis, 4 p.m.; Willamina JV at Amity, 4p.m. Saturday, March 16 Baseball: Monroe at Willamina (double header), noon. Monday, March 18 Baseball: Western Mennonite at Sheridan, 4 p.m. this year after starting the running for the playoffs at the The coach also singled out Jer- and Teresa Snyder should help the .......... .... team. Also back are the school Kim Saunder end of the year." emy White. "He's a four event star record holders in the triple jump, Complete Printing Serwce. THE SUN I = = for us,' he said. "He is such a good Heather Hill, and in the 400 meter, 249 S. Badge Street-. Sheridan. 843.2312 ] alumni lrnurn00_v _qOlr athlete; he can just pick an m,v,, .... ,I ,,,v,= event and he'll be good at it. He is " ........... __ " ....... still making decisions on which -Ni  High School will hold the tournament Will sla.r[ up basketball tournament again at 10 a.m. Saturday at both   aturday. . schools with the finals set for 4:15   . p.m. at the middle school. 77alumni will play me A $10 registration fee will be .. , n at 6 p.m. at the high charged each player, according to I " " cl by the 1973 and coach Jerry Buczynski. Players are I A ki against the 1989-90 required to bring a black shirt and :tie of oldest vs. young- white shirt to all games and teams I ... , v. .. will be responsible for providing the middle school on referees. I ALL Lawn Mowers 1985-86 team willbavx For more information call Buc- I I /'0/ fJ Squad at 6 p.m. fo, ow zynski at 876-9122.. [==  I U--/O i-!- 80 team vs. the 87-88 Proceeds will go to fund the * h els freshman basketball program. I -. Riding modeb re League tryouts to for Tri-Cities Little Sisig';'edySPg=rsfarcan sPdllY'sim;r I --  JC rni g AP il 17/ s will be held March 23 :cording to Krista Pom- calling Pomeroy at 843-2389. J i] O n r President. Tri-Cities Little League is open to I iil,'lWall _ _ _ ill be held at Chapman youngsters from Sheridan, Willa- I CATALOG STORE I Home and Garden Edition / ol on March 23 starting mina and Grand Ronde. I 132 S. 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