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4 The Sun, Wednesday, March 26, 2014 SPORTS SCHEDULE: March 26 - April I BASEBALL March 26 April 1 Apdl 1 SOFTBALL April 1 April 1 Sheridan at Gold Beach ..................................... TBA Willamina at Colton ........................................ 5 p.m. Sheridan at Dayton ........................................ 5 p.m. Sheridan at Dayton ........................................ 5 p.m. Willamina at Colton ........................................ 5 p.m. School Menus: March 31 - April 4 Free breakfast for all students. All school meals include milk or fruit juice. WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST Monday: PBJ Uncrustable, milk, fruit/juice. Tuesday: Ultimate breakfast bar, milk, fruit/juice. Wednesday: Cinnamon bun, milk, fruit/juice. Thursday: Breakfast bread, milk, fruit/juice. Friday: Blueberry loaf, cheese, fruit/juice. WlLLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH All lunches include a vegetable and fruit salad bar. Monday: Corn dogs or turkey and cheese sandwich on WW. Tuesday: Hamburger or chef salad w/rolL Wednesday: Nachos w/meat or dell sub on WW. Thursday:. Chicken Alfredo or crispy chicken salad. Friday: Pepperoni pizza or ham and cheese on VWV. FAULCONER-CHAPMAN SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, Cheezit crackers, juice, milk. Tuesday: Oatmeal chocolate chip bar, mandarin oranges, milk. Wednesday: Strawberry pancakes, apple, milk. Thursday: Chocolate chip muffin, string cheese, applesauce, milk. Fdday: Yogurt, goldfish crackers, juice, milk. FAULCONER-CHAPMAN SCHOOL LUNCH Served daily: Main dish, full salad bar, fat-free chocolate or 1% white milk. Monday: Chicken nuggets w/biscuit or beef shepherd's pie w/biscuit or ham and cheese sandwich, yogurt parfait. Tuesday: Mini corn dogs or beef enchilada or turkey and cheese sandw. Wednesday: Cheese burger or sweet and sour chicken rice bowl or PB&J. Thursday:. Chicken burger or beef taco salad w/breadstick or PB/honey sandw. Friday: Pizza or rib-a-q sandwich or tuna sandwich, yogurt parfait. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, cheese stick, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast burrito, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Whole grain muffin, cheese stick, fruit, milk. Thursday: French toast stick, yogurt, fruit, milk. Friday: Cereal bar, cheese stick, fruit, milk. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH Served daily:Nonfat/low fat milk, whole grain breads, fruits/vegetables. Mo.nday: Macaroni and cheese or ham and cheese sandwich. Tuesday: Meatball sub or turkey and cheese sandwich. Wednesday: Beef and noodles or chicken burger. Thursday: Tuna sandwich or veggie burger or PB/jelly sandwich. Fdday: Pepperoni pizza or bean and cheese burrito. SPRING SPECIAL for NEW Subscribers: MONTH Offer applies to NEW subscribers with mailing address in Yamhlll or Polk County ONLY. Good through 03-31.2014. Send in this coupon to start your FREE TRIAL subscription - or get 2 months FREE with your PAID subscription, tlzars 14 months for the price of 12 - Total savings of $13 over the news stand price! Each weekly edition comes to your mailbox filled with news from and for the West Valley communities. You'll find coverage of Sheridan and Witlamina schools, community events, city and county government, I sports, great features about local people and happenings, money- I saving shopping information ... and so much morel I I =.. my F.00E r.,A...b00ip.on. "Y p.ment enc,os,* g., I t..I Ill decide 84te 4 Weeks if I want to continue. J 1 4 months for the price of 1 2. i Name Address City State __ Zip __ Phone Emall Mailing address in YAMHILL & POLK County: 1 Year - $32.00 1 2 Years- $54.00 (SAVE $? off tlae news stand pricer) (SAVE $24 off the news stand ptice!l OUTSIDE AREA:  1 Year - $50.00  2 Years - $95.00 The Sun 136 E. Main Street P.O. Box 68 Sheridan, OR 97378 :  Phone 503-843-2312 Email: subscription@sheridansun.com ILam a mmm J Delphian .500 record so far in softball season Delphian started softball season with a 1-1 record last week. Both games were at home. Both scores were lop- sided. The Lady Dragons whipped Neah-Kah-Nie 19- 4 March 17 and lost to Scio 25-5 March 19. Their next game will be April 2 against Regis at home. DHS starts baseball with split record A split record started Delphian's baseball season last week. The Dragons clobbered Neah-Kah-Nie 14-1 March 17 in Rockaway Beach. At home March 9, they lost to Faith Bible 7-4. Their next game will be with Santiam on Tuesday in Mill City. DHS wins 3 of 8 tennis matches Delphian won three of eight matches with Blanchet Catholic on March 17 at home to start its tennis season. Doubles winners for the Dragons were Chen Xu and Aldridge Hangdaan, Jason Jin and Robyn Nysschens, and Zisong Guo and Kevin Li. "There are many on the team that have played a lot of tennis but have never com- peted at an organized level," coach Cody Seymour said, so this meet would be an inter- esting one." All-stars: DHS student among 39 honored Continued from PAGE 3 Jessup Jong: Parents: Sungwayn  Shim and Sang Jo Jong GPA: 4.0 Class ranked: unranked class of 40. SAT scores: Critical read- ing, 730; Math, 800; Writ- ing, 790. Activities: Debate Club (founder, president), student council (vice-president), varsity choir (bass section leader), j azz choir, jazz band drummer, chess team, SMART reading program, math tutoring, summer in- ternship at Seoul National University College of Phar- macy. College: University of Virginia, Harvard, Stanford, Duke, Dartmouth, Brown, Comell, John Hopkins, UC Berkeley. Career goal: Professor, politician, mathematician, musician, detective or writer. S00eridaoJapanese Students compete at "Oregon Battle of the Books" regionals Above: High school Battle of the Books re- gional team winnerst SJS director, Kathryn Mueller, with winning students, Katy Morrow, John Myers, Zayd Gaudet and Kyle Magness. SJS went against 2nd place team, Sprngue High. Right: Elementary Or- egon Battle of the Books Team at regionals. Almee Chan, Duncan Brown, Seth Mueller and Tucker Davis. Photo by Marguer/ts Alexander Jazelle Samp fills a bottle with sand art at the Willamina Elemetary School Family Art Night with the help of her mother, Jennifer Samp, while Ryan Hasbrouck watches. The evening event, held on March 18, included a variety of art opportunities for kids of all ages. Painting, scratch art, fused beads, spin art and a variety of craft projects were among the art activities the kids could enjoy. Three Spartans, Bulldog place first at Icebreaker By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Three athletes from Sheri- dan and one from Willamina won first places Thursday in the West Valley League Icebreaker at Dayton. Taking first for Sheridan were Miguel Diaz De Leon in the boys' 3,000 meters at 10:17.70, Payton James in the boys' pole vault at 10-6 and Mackenzie Hall in the girls' high jump at 4-9. Willamina's Riley Board- man was first in the boys' dis- cus at 133-09. All but one of the second places for the local area went to girls. For Sheridan, Shelbi Millsap took second in the 100 meters at 13.91; the 4x100 re- lay team of Linzee Campbell, Georgia Williams, Millsap and Bailey Sanchez at 55.70; and Hall in the Iriple jump at 31-10. For WtUamina, Kasey.Anderson was second in the high jump at 4-8 and Whitney Andersofl in the javelin at 93-0. Dylan Griffith of Sheridan was the one boy placing second. He threw the discus 111-3. Placing third among the boys were the Sheridan boys' 4x400 relay team of Derek Wiens, Diaz De Leon, Daniel Sandoval and James at 4:09.50; and Boardman in the javehn at 132-7. Girls coming in third were Amy Caldwell of Sheri- dan, 14:00.70 in the 3,000 meters; Campbell, 20.54 in the 100-meter hurdles; and Whitney Anderson, 99-5 in the discus. For the overall team scores, Horizon Christian led the boys and Dayton led the girls. Sheri- dan placed third for the girls and sixth for the boys. Wil- lamina placed sixth for the girls and eighth for the boys. "I think we can score even better than that, Sheridan coach Barbie Justen said, "if we con- tinue to be competitive." Boone Meyer leads Spartans to 4-1 start By Herb Swett Correspondent, The Sun Sheridan baseball had a hot start, thanks to hot hitting, es- pecially by Boone Meyer. After the Spartans started the season with a 10-6 loss to Harrisburg there March 18, hurt by seven errors, they won four straight. Playing Nestucca there March 19, Sheridan won 21-4. The Spartans then played a home doubleheader against Vemonia, they won 23-1 and 10-9. Mon- day they went to Westem Men- nonite and won 13-3. Boone Meyer won his second game of the season with no losses at Western, hit a home run and is now batting .778. He plays sec- ond base when not pitching. In the Harrisburggame, the Spartans outhit the Eagles 8-5, but their errors did them in. Matt Bushbaum, their starting pitcher, gave up eight rtms, only two earned, in his five innings. Jackson Meyer relieved him. Boone Meyer led the of- fense against Nestucca and was the winning pitcher, with nine strikeouts in his four innings. The game ended after five innings because ofthe 10-nm rule. .Also cut short at five innings was the first Vemonia game. Bushbaum struck out five Log- gers. Two seventh-inning runs in the second game gave Sheri- dan the win. Jackson Meyer was the starting pitcher, Boone Meyer followed him, and Jor- dan McKnight was the winning pitcher in relief. In the Western Mennonite game, Boone Meyer pitched the distance and the Spartans scored seven rims in the sev- enth inning. Cody Herron had four hits, and Bushbaum hit a double and a triple and scored four times. "We're excited," Spartan coach Todd Peterson said. "We have some confidence going into league play." Sheridan has one more non- league game, against Gold Beach in Eugene today, before starting West Valley League play at Dayton on Tuesday. Pi Day In celebration of Pi Day, (3.14) March 14, students at SJS engaged in a wide vari- ety of activities to work with the number. Students had a recitation contest for the digits of pi during lunch, and the classes throughout the day worked with pi in dif- ferent contexts. Some students com- pleted a scavenger hunt to explore the history of the ratio; other classes com- peted to calculate pi the most accurately Students competed to recite the digits of Pi. 8th grade using circles and radii; yet another class Simon Huff, middle school Zack Baker, 4th grade had a debate over which circle constant Aimee Chan, HS Christian Undsey and teacher Jerry is superior: pi or tau. Turner. Photo byKathryn Mueller "%n at the Beach" dinner and auction SJS held a fund raising dinner- and auction at the West Valley Community Campus on March 1. Musical entertainment was provided by SJS students and by the band headed by Bob Thornburg. Above: Amy Caldwell sings "Count on Me". Above Right: Zach Monroe and Patrick Mueller perform "Shake it Up" by The Cars. Right: Jackson Meyer, PJ Ramirez and Payton James with items on display for the auction. photos by Marguerite Alexander