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8 The Sun, Wednesday, April 6, 1994 Willamina shortstop Noah Fox puts the tag on a Scio baserunner at second base. The Bulldogs came from behind to beat the Loggers, 5-3.--Photo by Travis Moore. By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun Who says you can't have a tie in baseball? The Sheridan baseball team had two ties last week against the same team. The Spartans hosted class 3A Toledo last Tuesday. The Boomers jumped out on top in the second inning with a run. Sheridan tied the game in the bottom of the third. Toledo jumped ahead again with run in the sixth. The Sparts tied the game again with a run in the bottom of the inning. Neither team could score in the seventh and the game was called at a 2-2 deadlock. Sheridan pitching gave up just one hit. Nathan Weide and Kevin Hand combined for the one-hitter. Virgil Salisbury led Sheridan at the plate with a 2 for 3 performance. He added a run. Coach Mike Stuck said, "I thought we should have hit the bali better. They had a slow pitcher. We didn't adjust very well." Sheridan hosted Gervais Thurs- day. The Cougars were ranked in the top 10 of the state coaches poll. Gervais scored three runs in the top of the first and never looked back. The Cougars won the contest 8-0. Sheridan managed three hits. Jason Campos was 1 for 3 with a double. Weide and Salisbury both went 1 for 3. "They deserve their ranking," Stuck said. "We had five errors. Take those away and it is probably 3-0. Our outfielders played too deep; only one guy had extra base hits for them." Sheridan travelled to Toledo Fri- day to try to get something settled. But it wasn't to be. Toledo scored first with a run in the third. Sheridan grabbed what looked like a commanding lead in the fifth with three runs. The Boomers scored two in the bottom of the fifth to knot the score at 3-3. Neither team scored in the sixth and the game was called due to darkness. The Spartans collected five hits. Ben Daniels led the Sparts at the plate going 2 for 2. Darren Wilson and Steve Manley had doubles for Sheridan. "We were way in front of their pitchers again," Stuck said. "It wasn't a bad effort. We put a rally together in the fifth. If we could have cut down our baserunning errors we could have won." The Spartans (0-3-2) will start West Valley League play this week. "We've got the potential to be a good team," Stuck said. "We've hit pretty well against some tough pitchers. We have found some good pitching in the preseason." ull By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun The Willamina softball team won two games last week and lost a doubleheader over the weekend. The Lady Bulldogs hosted a tough Regis team last Tuesday. The game was a defensive battle most of the way. The teams went to the sixth inning tied 1-1. The Lady Rams outscored Willamina 3-1 in the inning to take the 4-2 lead. Regis couldn't score in the seventh and the Lady Dogs had one last chance. Willamina scored three clutch runs in the bottom of the seventh to win, 5-4. Jill Littlejohn was 3 Ibr 4 for Willamina with a double and 2 RBI. Emmy Creel was 2 for 3 with a double, RBI and run. Anne Erick- son was 2 for 3 with with an RBI. Willamina pounded Scio on the Lady Bulldogs' home field Thurs- day, 13-3. Willamina never trailed after a 3-0 first inning lead. Three Lady Dogs had multiple hit games. Misty Cherry was 2 for 2 with 4 RBI and 2 run. Littlejohn was 2 for 3 with a double and 3 runs. Valerie Lux was 2 for 3 with a triple, RBI and 3 runs. The Lady Dogs lost a twinbill to Salem Academy Saturday, 6-0 and I0-0. Willamina couldn't manage a hit in the second game and only had Ashcroft grievance decision to come An arbitration hearing was held last Tuesday on a grievance filed by the Sheridan teacher's association against the district. The grievance was filed after A1 Ashcroft claimed he wasn't properly considered for the job of high school wrestling coach. Attorneys for both sides still have a few weeks left to submit final comments. Superintendent LeRoy Key said a decision on the case should come by the end of next month. win one in the first. Lady Crusader Beth Davis threw both games for Salem Academy. She struck out 15 in the no-hitter. Willamina (4-3) will start league play this week. April 6 April 6 April 7 April 7 April 8 April 9 April 9 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 Sports schedule High School Softball Sheridan JV vs. Willamina at Sheridan ..................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Sheridan ......................................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan at Santiam Christian ................................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. St. Paul at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Santiam Christian ............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV vs. Taft at Willamina ................................... noon Willamina vs. Taft at Willamina ........................................ noon Sheridan at Gaston .................................................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Amity at Willamina .............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Amity .............................................. 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Gaston ............................................. 4:30 p.m. April 7 April 7 April 7 April 8 April 8 April 9 April 9 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 13 April 13 April 13 High School Baseball Sheridan JV at Santiam Christian ............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Y-C at Willamina ...................................... 4 p.m. Willamina JV vs. Y-C at Willamina ................................. 4 p.m. Willamina vs. St. Paul at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan at Santiam Christian ................................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Taft ........................................................ noon Willamina at Taft ............................................................. noon Sheridan at Gaston .................................................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Amity at Willamina .............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Amity .............................................. 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV vs. Gaston at Sheridan ......................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Regis .............................................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Regis at Willamina .............................. 4:30 p.m. April 7 April 7 High School "llrack Sheridan at Willamina meet .......................................... 4 p.m. Willamina hosts meet .................................................... 4 p.m. April 12 April 12 April 13 Middle School Track Chapman at Amity relay meet .................................. 3:30 p.m. Willamina at Amity relay meet .................................. 3:30 p.m. Willamina hosts meet ............................................... 3:45 p.m. with each series of group lessons ($20 value) * Lesson by PGA Professional John McComish, 6 year PGA tour play- er and winner of the Oregon Open and Staff Lesson groups forming now... call 378-0344 for appt. 6335 Hwy. 22 378-0344 I ONE RANGE TOKEN I Purchase One Range Token (40 Balls) and Receive Second Range Token (40 Balls) FREE at Our 11 Acre Driving Range Covered Tee Area BTarget Greens One Coupon Per Person - With Coupon Only Expires 4-30-94 m OAKKNOLL Golf Course 6335 Hwy. 22 378-0390 COLUMBIA REGION Tiilamook District streams: Are in good fishing condition. Pressure is light. Success is poor. Check synopsis for special fishing regula- tions. District lakes have been stocked with legal rainbows. Tilla- meek Bay rockfish and perch fish- ing is poor. North Coast District streams: Low and clear; a few fresh, wild steel- head available for catch and re- lease angling in lower reaches. All district streams closed March 31. Vernonia Ponds and Sunset Lakes have been stocked with catchable size rainbow trout. Coffenbury Lake has also been stocked with cutthroat trout. tower Columbia River: Salmon fishing was best in the Westport/ Aldrich Point area this past week- end. Sturgeon fishing was good in the gorge this past weekend. tower Willamette River--Effort for salmon increased again this past weekend. Success for salmon was best for boats in the Oregon City and St. Johns/Upper Mult- nomah Channel area. Water con- ditions at Willamette Falls on March 28 were 13,000 cfs flow, 51 E, and 3.2 feet visibility. Cumula- tive counts at Willamette Falls as of March 25 were 2,550 winter steeihead, 206 summer steelhead and four spring chinook. Clackamas River--Favorable water conditions early in the week. A few summer steelhead and an occasional spring chinook are present in the lower river. Weekend checking showed one spring chinook and one steelhead kept for three boats and one steelhead kept for 13 bank rods. Eagle Creek--Weekend check- ing showed no catch for 11 bank rods. Benson, Dorman, Faraday, Halde man, Mr. Hood College Pond and Roslyn LakeiGood prospects for recently stocked rainbow trout. NORTHWEST REGION Lincoln District rivers-- Angling prospects for winter steelhead continue to slow down. Anglers are reminded that all streams except the Siletz River closed to steelhead angling in April. Big Creek and Oialla reservoirs- Angling prospects for stocked trout are fair to good. Most winter steel- head fishing concluded March 31. North Santiam River--First summer steelhead recorded two weeks ago. Most winter steelhead are wild and must be released. Freeway, Walling Pond and Walter Wirth Lake--Scheduled for stocking with catchable rainbow. Molalla River--Should be a few" early summer steelhead available: Anglers are reminded that un- marked steelhead must be released. Florence area lakes--Most lakes in the Florence area have been stocked with legal size trout. Some good catches of bass have been reported from Siltcoos, Tahkenitch and Mercer lakes continue with waters in all lakes warning. Woahink and Mercer Lake are producing excellent catches of yellow perch. Siuslaw River--All streams closed for trout angling March 31. Angling on the Siuslaw jetties for surf perch, greenling and rockfish has been good. Buck, Erhart and Carter lakes-- Angling for brood rainbow is slow. All district lakes were stocked with legal size rainbow; angling is fair. Woahink and Mercer lakes--- Are producing good catches of yellow perch up to 14 inches. Most lakes and a few in eastern Lane County are open for angling all year. Check the regulation book for specific information. Many ponds in the local area contain bluegill, crappie and bullheads. Angling for these fish is improv- ing as the weather warms. McKenzie River below Hayden Bridge--Trout fishing should be good. Barbless flies or barbless lures are required and all trout that are not finclipped (wild) must be released. Hills Creek Reservoir--Prospect fair for 10-inch rainbow. Bank anglers should do well with bait. Middle Fork Willamette below Dexter, Fall Creek and Little Fall Creek---A few winter steelhead are available. Water conditions good. Only steelhead with finclips may be kept. Middle Fork Willamette between Hills Creek Reservoir and Lookout Point Reservoir-Barbless flies or barbless lures are required. All trout must be released; however, whitefish may be kept. Carmen Reservoir, Trail Bridge Reservoir and Delta Ponds--Sched. uled to be stocked with catchable trout. Junction City Pond--Recently stocked with catchable trout. A few carryover large rainbow brook trout are available. Anglers are urged to consult synopsis for specifics on new regulations which became effective on Jan. 1. Bag limit has been reduced. Wi41amina Pond and EE Wilson Pond--Angling prospects for stocked trout are fair. MARINE Recent good weather has al- lowed many people to enjoy good fishing in the ocean. Boaters fish- ing near shore reefs have been catching lingcod and rockfish. Anglers fishing from rocky coas- tal shore areas reported good success for greenling and black rockfish. Open coast beach areas have producing good catches of surfperch. Estuaries have been good for shore and boat anglers fishing for greenling and cabezon in the lower bays. Bowling scores Thursday Brunch Bunch Won Lost Mainstreat Books ........................... 35 17 Maynard Stake Mill ................... 32-1/2 19-1/2 Country Companies Ins .................. 31 21 T&E General Store ......................... 31 21 Mac Club ........................................ 29 23 E&S Farms ..................................... 29 23 Debby's Flower Shoppo ................. 29 23 HomeTown Drug ............................ 29 23 Gale's Towing ................................. 25 27 G&F Logging ............................ 22-1/2 29-1/2 Hagan Hamilton Ins ................. 21-1/2 30-1/2 Canfield's Insulation ....................... 21 31 Shari's ...................................... 18-1/2 33-1/2 Sunshine Cafe ............................... 10 42 High series: Karen Be11--558. High games: Bey Thompson--219, Karen Bell--202. Sunday Mixed Won Lost Select Market ................................. 4t 11 Kustom Kuts ............................. 33-1/2 18-1/2 Bonzai Bowlers ........................ 31-1/2 20-1/2 Sheridan Family Restaurant ........... 31 21 Happy Campers ............................. 30 22 Automated Office Systems ............. 28 24 D Stake Mill .............................. 27-1-2 24-1/2 Abalone Apts .................................. 24 28 D Steel ..................................... 23-1/2 28-1/2 Diamond Pools & Spas, In ............ 22 30 Stuck Electric ................................. 21 31 Ban-CaYo Saw ................................ 20 32 Mac Club ........................................ 17 35 L. Jepson & Sons Logging .............. 16 36 High men's series: Ernie Turnidge--652. High men's games: Mike Reed---248/223, Craig Bennett--257/201, Emie Turnidge-- 246/212, Marc Daniels---240, Pat Wrens223/ 200, Ed Brickell---225, Kelly Lux--210, Doug Karlin--207/200, Chris Vermillion--201. High women's series: Ginny Lux--559. High women's games: Ginny Lux--214, Cindy Brick- o11---212, Bev Thomspon~211, Karen Bell-- 204. Splits picked: Cindy Brickell, 3-10/5-10; Walt Walker, 5-7-9; Kathy Bennett, 3-6-8-10; Ginny Lux, 3-9-10; Pat Wren, 5-7; Kevin ScoW Glencla Payne, 3-10. m oon - a.m= Hwy. 18 in Grand Ronde 136 E. Main Street, Sheridan - Phone (503) 843-2312 li If= you eaw your plor, ure in the newepaper and would IRe a repdr Jue , our Offl and ondor youre o ayl 136 PRINTERS PUBLISHERS E. Main Street - Sheridan (503) 843-2312