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S Wednesday, April 3, 1991, The Sun 9 ina three wins C, allanan The Sun baseball squad did last week, posting a tie Wins in their second week the Dawgs battled 4-4 draw. The game was nine innings because of week, Regis 15-4, in their fast season. Ted Coblentz got three and walked four in seven Reliever I/.obbie up two strikeouts and a allowing no hits. Brent Kirkham and Jorma each got a base hit while Marlyn Hunt sing- W'dlamina played and though their was not up to that of game, they managed to  in 8 innings. I-Ioltz, who relieved for was the winning I-lalverson had a great 3 for 3. Ryan Burr and t well, hitting 2 respectively. James Kirkham and Jorma also contributed, each Sheridan Spartan Brian Diehl slides into third base during game last week. Spartan nine best St. Paul and Dayton last week In West VAlley league play.--Photo by "ltavis Moore. Toledo, Wil- on f'h at the plate, hits, including a home by Jim Kirkham ; by Jorma Kyllonen. also looked good with starter James reliever Robbie Holtz out the Boomers. t three strikeouts and two Holtz picked up four = While walking none. also did well with the for 3 on the day. Jorma and Jim Kirkham were l. Aaron Burr went 2 for and John Vamos were Ted Coblentz ts in well played game game ended on a squeeze bunt by to send Marlyn in the bottom of the Robbie Holtz got was the big man at the going 2 for 2 up a double. Hunt was 1 Coblentz, Bolish ,,and 1 for 3 with Bolish a double. Lady Spartan Chris Ridgeway charges into base during softball game at Dayton last Thursday. Lady Spans beat Dayton 10-4 In valley league game.--Photo by "ffavls Moore. Spartans win 39-3! The SUn softball team of play by ts opponents 49-7 in two blasted Cascade Locks beat Dayton hand- scoring two District lust two games games; all the Lady games were the Lady Pirates of 39-3 in four innings scored eight inning, 11 in the in the third and nine in pitched the com- Sheridan. She gave singles and five walks, out 10. Spartans got 13 hits. 3 for 5 at the plate, went 3 for 5, and Wendy Thomas was 2 for 6. Daniels added three RBIs, and Kim Saun- ders added two more. Ridgeway, Thomas, Daniels, Nichol Moore and Jennifer Maynard all scored five runs a piece. Sheridan took its momentum into Dayton to beat the Lady Pirates 10-4. Sheridan scored all of its runs in the last three innings, and Dayton never scored more than one run in any inning. Ridgeway pitched another com- plete game, this time a five-hitter, walking four and striking out nine. Sheridan got I0 hits in the game. Daniels went 2 for 3, and Telisha Burgos went 2 for 4. Ridgeway and Thomas also went 1 for 2 and had two RBIs each. Ridgeway scored three runs, and Daniels and Moore both added two. each. Sheridan has plowed through its competition so far without playing any pre-season games and without Schedule Wednesday, April 3 Perrydale, Santiam Christian and Dayton at Amity, 4 p.m.; 4 p.m. at Sheridan, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Aprll 4 rwis at Chemawa, 4 p.m. at St. Paul, 4:30 p.m; Willamina at Amity, varsity and JV at Taft, 4:30 p.m. Friday, April S Chdstian at Sheridan, 4:30 p.m.; Gaston at Willamina, 4:30 t , at Wdlamina, 4:30 p.m.; Willarnina JV at Sheridan, 4:30 hosts North Marion, Stayton, Banks, 4 p.m. Saturday, April 6 hosts Sherwood varsity and JV, double-headers, noon. Monday, April 8 JV hostsYamhilI-Cadton, 4:30 p.m. JV at YamhilI-Carlton, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 9 ,, 4:30 p.m.; Cascade Locks at Willamina, 4:30 p.m. at Sheridan, 4:30 p.m. Philomath, 4 p.m. practicing on a field. The Lady Sparts have been with- out a field since the beginning of the season, l The plans at the beginning of practices was to use the field at the federal prison, but it hasn't worked ouL The. field at Chapman Grade School will either have to be redone, or Sheridan won't have a home field Lady "Dogs strong m track meet Winning three track events, the Willamina gifts team placed third last Tuesday at the North Marion Invitationals. Bulldog runner Riscilla Lacno won e 200 meters in 28.3 and Tammy Morley finished first in the 1500 in 5:34 while Megan Schoen- bachler won the 300 hurdles in 53.6. The. girls team collected 47 pOintS. Sherwood won the meet with 85, followed by Banks with 81 1/2. North Marion trailed with 26. Willamina placers by event: 100 meters: Stacey Pond, 4, 13.8; Kathie Hanneman, 6, 14.0. 400: Shelley Mendenhali, 5, 1:14.9. 800:. Yam Stanton, 3, 2:47. 110 hurdles: Schoenbachler, 1, 18.1. 400 relay: Pond, Hanneman, Stanton, Lacno, 2nd. 1,600 relay: Snmton, Schoen- bachler, Morley, Lathe, 4, 4:38.0. Discus: Schoenbachler, 2, 105-0; High jump: Stanton, 5, 4-8; Hanne- man, 4-4. Long jump: Mendenhall, 5, 13-4. Triple jump: Lacno, 3, 29-9. The boys team finished last, scor- ing 48 points. Sherwood won the boys meet with 97 points followed by Banks with 64 and North Marion with 53. Willamina placers by event: 100 meters: Chris Cherry, 3, l 1.8; 200: Andy Creel, 5, 25.4; 400:. Creel, 5, 58.7; 800: Jeff Lockwood, 3, 2:27; 1,500: Chris Michael, 6, 5:01; 300 hurdles: Brad Werth, 4, 59.7. Sheridan vaulters win meet The Sheridan High School track team competed in the West Valley League Relay meet at Amity last Friday. No official individual statistics were kept. Jess Aeuff and Chad Ranes vm the pole vaalt competition with iheir combined vaults.  Coach AI Ashcr(fft said, "We a looking for a third IP, rson to be competitive down the mad in the vault." He added: '.'The 1600 relay team was the bright spot for us this mee, t." Rich Tomliuson, David Morey, Lucas Crump and Jeremy White combined for the win with an unofficial time of 3:42. White won the race after being down 20 yards going into the last leg. His 400 meter split time recorded by the Spartan coaches was 51.9 seconds. The Sheridan sprint relay team placed second. Tomlinson ran a 200, then Crump ran a 200 and White ran a 400. By this time the Spans had a sizable lead but lost it in the last 800 meter leg. Ashcroft said Andy Jordan did well in the javelin. Jordon got second individually in the event. "For the girls I was very happy with Mandy Boekhoff," Ashoroft said. "She got SOnd individually in the girls javelin." Spartan bats hot in St. Paul wins By "Itavls Moore Correspondent, The Sun The Sheridan baseball team opened its season last week by winning both of its games by a total of 22-I0. The Spartans played SL Paul twice, and beat the Buckaroos 11-5 both times. The f't game on Wexlnesday had both teams jump out of the gate with three runs in the fwst inning. Sheridan's starting pitcher Jon Campos gave up four walks in the last, and two Spartan errors led to SL Paul's early runs. The Spans went ahead for good in the fourth inning, scoring four runs and pushing their lead to 7-3. Sheridan finished strong at the plate by scoring four more runs in the last two innings, while the Buckaroos could only get two. Paul Widdison went 2 for 3 for the Spans and Jeremy Yoder went 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI. Campos scovexl three runs. Campos pitched four innings for the win, striking out 10 SL Paul batters. Travis "lhylor finished .the game, which went only five innings because of darkness. Sheridan had seven hits, but St Paul helped the Spartan cause by committing six errors. St. Paul got only one hit, but Sheridan had five en'ors. The second game on Friday had another first inning scoring explo- sion. The Spans led 4-3 after one inning. Taylor started on the mound for the Sparts, and Campos look over in the second inning. Campos pushed his record to match his team's at 2- 0, giving up only two runs in four innings. The Spartans scored in buhches for the win. The Sparts got three runs in the third and collected four more in the fifth. This game was also stopped after five innings because of darkness. Campos got 10 more strikeouts in Friday's game at SL Paul. Sheridan pitching gave up only one hit for the second game in a row. Sheridan got its 11 runs on 11 hits. Campos went 2 for 4 at the plate with four RBI and two runs Sophomore Darren Johnson went 2 for 2 with three RBIs and a run scored. "Ihylor and Zeke Holder scored two runs a piece. Sheridan coach Mike Stuck said he was pleased with the two games, but he said he thought St Paul didn't have the kind of talent most teams will have that face the Spar- taus this year. Sheridan starts its league play this week, with games against Nestucca and Santiam Christian. Lady "Dogs win 2 but fall to Taft By Shawn Callanan Cormsponnt  SUn The Willamina softball program had a bumpy ride last week, win- ning by 17, then wiuning by 13, then losing by The most lopsided win for the Lady Bulldogs came last Tuesday against Westsido Christian. Wdla- miua crushed its OPlXaW. scoring an average of four runs an inning and putting up at least o| run in all five. It was 11-2 until Willamina's nine run fifth inning, which sealed West- side Christian's fate,. Ansie Hunt was the winning pitcher. Jill Littlejohn was 2 for 2 on the day. Jadee Elmer, "IIna Irmuches and Emmy Creel all went 2 for 3 with Littlejohn and Konehes picking up doubles. Angie Hunt, Crystal Car- penter and Jody Beasley each had a single for the Bulldogs. How do you score 14 runs off just two hits?. All you need is some wild pitching on the mound. That's tbe way the Lady Bulldogs did it, any- way, last Thursday against St. Paul. Willamina basically closed it in the first inning, scoring 8 runs, 7 due to wild pitches. Angie Hunt was the winning pitcher with Jody Bcasley relieving. Together, they held St. Paul to just four hits on the day. Hunt and April Fredrickson provided the only two Rope a realvalue .. only $19 a hits for Wdlamina. On Friday, Willamiua didn't have that intensity against Taft, and ended up defeating themselves by committing 10 errors while not getting a single hit. Taft scored four runs in the first and at least one in every inning after {hat to hand the Lady Bulldogs their first defeat of the seas. -. i , NAME Bulldogs ranked No. 7 in state The Willamina baseball squad is ranked No. 7 in last week's Class 2A coaches' poll. Grant Union of John Day, which deleted the Bulldogs in last year's championship game, is rank Nx ' 1. Also ranked are: Regis, 2; Vale, 3; Knaplm, 4; Oakridge, 5; Riddle, 6; Monroe., 8; North Douglas, 9; and Scio, 10. Clip and return this coupon with your check or money order to have THE SUN delivered in your mail every week of the year! ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP Please enclose check or money order. AII Other Postal Addresses 1 Year - $26.00 [ Sheridan, Willamina & Grand Ronde Postal Addresses 1 Year - $19.00