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ztorS Travis Moore | ii ~fl Writer, The Sun Ben DanJels came through in the last Friday at Sheridan to give a 6-5 victory over Sheridan started the classic high duel by putting several hits and scoring three runs in first inning. The Bulldogs got a few hits in the ~Cond and got a run back. A balk Wiilamina another run in the to cut the lead to 3-2. The Dogs scored another run in fourth I~ut left the bases loaded. Lsacfifice fly gave the Spans a run the bottom of the inning and a lead, 4-3. Willamina grabbed the lead with two runs in the fifth. But Sheridan tied the score when Virgil Salisbury knocked Jason Campos home. Neither team scored in the sixth and the teams went to the seventh tied, 5-5. The Bulldogs left a runner on base in the seventh. Sheridan put together a couple hits in the bottom of the inning to load the bases with one OUt. Willamina's Noah Fox threw a Spartan runner out at the plate for the second out. Sheridan's final batter, Daniels, took a few pitches then fouled four balls off in a row. He then lined a shot to left field to score Campos and win the game. Daniels was 2 for 4 with 2 RBI. Campos was 3 for 3 with an RBI and scored 3 runs. Dennis Erickson went 2 for 4. Sheridan coach Mike Stuck said, "We ran the bases well. We only had nine guys but they played well. Ben came through in the clutch." Willamina coach Ron Caligure said, "It was a great game for the spectators and for the winniag team. But it was a heartbreaking game for US." Campos picked up the victory on the mound for the Sparts. Dennis Phipps lost the close decision. After the game both teams were 2-1 in West Valley League play. Travis Moore Writer, The Sun Spartan boys track team won meet last Thursday outscor- their next opponent by more 50 ats. won the meet with 120 Points. St. Paul was second with Santiam Christian was third 39 1/2 and Gaston was fourth 16. ]'he Spartans won 10 events atthe ]'he winners were: 400 relay, 49.3, DeJong, Jamezz Kramer, Matt Matt Ekstrom; Greg Sigr- 1500, 4:33; Ekstrom, pole vault, Kramer, 400, 52.8; DeJong, jump, 17-1 1/2; Sigrist, 800, Manago, high jump, 5-10; 200, 23.9; Phil Watkins, 10:06; 1600 relay, 3:51, Kramer, Sigrist, Jacob Pel- The Lady Spartan team took second behind Santiam Christian. Three Lady Spartans won five events. Summer Gibbons won the javelin, shot put and discus with marks of 86-9, 33-10 and 101-7 1/2 respec- tively. Jennifer Colton won the high jump at 4-8 and Janeile Christian won the triple jump at 29-2. Second place finishers were: 400 relay, 57.0, Coiton, Susan Stinson, Christian, Rachel Stocham; Stockam, 400, 71.8, Pam Ray, javelin, 75-2; Christina Rentsch, high jump, 4-8. Third place finishers were: Eigh- mey Schouten, 1500, 6:22; Schou- ten, 400, 78.2; Stockam, 200, 29.1; Gibbons, triple jump, 26-10 1/2; Schouten, 3000, 14:30; 1600 relay, 5:07, Colton, Stockam, Stinson, Linda Repplinger. Coach Ai Ashcroft said, "The girls improved a good deal again. We had girls in almost every event. We are really starting to compete." "Greg Sigrist and Jamezz Kramer had great meets," he added. "Almost everyone scored points and that makes it nice. The kids are working hard. I can't ask for any- thing more." in summer in second were: Watkins, 4:35; Manago, 100, 11.7; Torrence, 110 hurdles, 18.6; t Repplinger, shot put, 32-7 1/2; 300 hurdles, 44.1; David triple jump, 32-6 12:,4 place finishers were: Josh discus, 96-1; Robin Hib- 110 hurdles, 22.1; Josh Simon- shot put, 32-5; Manago, 200, Repplinger, javelin, 118-10; triple jump, 30-7 1/2; Joey 3000, 11:08. Three local basketball players will Player in the West Valley League play in all,star games this summer this year. Moore was the girl's MVP and :two of the three were selected to, for the West Valley League. all-state teams. Willamina's Matt Aalto and Sher- idan's Nichol Moore were named last week to the all-state second team. Aalto was the Most Valuable Aalto and Moore will play in the class 2A-1A all-star games in June. Sheridan's Summer Gibbons will also play in the girls all-star game. Gibbons was named to the first team all-West Valley League team. Linda Repplinger passes the baton to Eighmey Schouten in the 1600 meter relay at a in Willamina two weeks ago. Wednesday, April 20, t994, The Sun 7 Sheridan's Jason Campos wars to put the tag on a baserunner in a game earlier this season. Campos scored three runs in Friday's win over Willamina.--Photos by Travis Moore. runs Little Leaguer on Sheridan's Hometown Drug team gets ready to make a play.--Photo by Corinne Ivey. Kevin Hutchins, a Sheridan High School graduate, ran in his first Boston Marathon on Monday. He finished in 2951h place out ~q 9,102 runners, completing the 26- plus mile race in two hours. 42 minutes and 45 seconds. Hutchins, 25, works as an X-ray technician at Salem Hospital. He is the son of Francis and Patti Hut- chins of Pendleton and grandson ~ff Ai Krauthoefer and Faye Hutchins of Sheridan. He ran the grueling Boston race just 19 seconds oft" his best personal time. He said he wasn't bothered by the famous Heartbreak Hill, a 230- ft. climb that comes 21 miles into the race, but will remember the loud cheering from the coeds at Wellesly College as he ran past the campus ull "11 win Amity had one big inning at Willamina on Monday afternoon to help the Warriors past the Bulldogs, 11-0. Amity started the scoring with a run in the second inning. Then the Warriors followed it up with two more in the third. Amity used six singles, a hit batter and a runner that got on base after the third strike was dropped to put the game out of reach. The Warriors scored seven runs in the inning to take a 10-0 lead. Amity added an insurance run in the fifth and shut Willamina down in the bottom of the inning to win by way of the 10-run rule. James Reardon threw three innings for the Bulldogs giving up seven runs on five hits, three walks and three hit batters. He struck out four. Trevor Johnson finished the game for Willamina. The Dogs one hit in the game came off the bat of Tony Montgo- mery who went 1 for 3. Coach Ron Caligure said, "We just had no hitting and everything fell apart in the fifth inning." Willamina will host Gaston on Friday. By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun The Willamina baseball team won two West Valley League contests last week against Nestucca and St. Paul. The Bulldogs blasted Nestucca last Monday, t3-2. Dogs with multiple hits were: Tony Montgomery, 2-3, 3 runs, 3 RBI; James Reardon, 2-4, run, 4 RBI; Dan Reid, 2-3, run; Trevor Johnson, 2-2, 3 runs, RBI. By Travls Moore Staff Wnter, The Sun Sheridan put together two big innings last Thursday at home against WiUamina for 13-3 West Valley League softball victory. Sheridan scored first with a second inning rally. The Lady Spar- tans loaded the bases and basically went station to station until they had scored five runs. Willamina scored three in the third after putting together a couple base hits. Sheridan added another run in the third. The Lady Spartans exploded in the fourth, scoring six runs Willamina played St. Paul on Wednesday. The Bulldogs scored 12 runs in the second inning and cruised to the easy victory, 25-6. Dogs with multiple hits wcrc: Montgomery, 2-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI: Noah Fox, 2-3, 5 runs, 3 RBh Seth Morley, 2-4; 5 runs, 5 RBI: Reardon, 2-4, 3 runs, 5 RBI; Ron Cornwelt, 2-3, run, 3 RBI. Coach Ron Caligure said. "'St. Paul gave up 15 walks and we hit the ball. It wasn't much of a game." mostly off Willamina errors. Sheridan's Mandi Kadcll knocked Lisa Prough home m the fifth to end the game by way of the ! 0-run rule. Kadeli and Wendy Thomas led the Lady Spartans at the plate going 2 for 4. Carmen Olds didn't have a hit but had three RB1. Kadell won the game with tour strikeouts and two walks. Sheridan coach Carol Graucr said, "Everybody played heads up softball finally. We are progressing evry game like we should." Sheridan was 2-2 in WVL play after the game. na's Trevor Johnson hurls the ball toward the plate Sclo. April 20 April 20 April 21 April 21 April 21 April 25 April 26 April 26 April 26 April 27 April 20 April 20 April 22 April 22 April 22 April 22 April 25 April 25 April 26 April 26 April 26 April 27 April 27 April 21 April 21 April 21 April 27 April 27 I Sports schedule High School Softball Willamina JV vs. Sherwood at Willamina .................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Sherwood at Willamina ....................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV vs. Gaston at Willamina ...................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan vs. St. Paul at Sheridan ............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Gaston at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Amity ................................................ 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV vs. Dayton at Willamina ....................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Dayton at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan vs. Amity at Sheridan ................................ 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV vs. Dayton at Sheridan ......................... 4:30 p.m. High School Baseball Willamina JV at Sheridan ......................................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV vs. Willamina at Sheridan ..................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Gaston ............................................ 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Gaston at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Delphian School ............................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan vs. St. Paul at Sheridan ............................. 4:30 p.m. Willamina at Regis ................................................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV vs. Amity at Sheridan ........................... 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV at Dayton ............................................ 4:30 p.m. Willamina vs. Dayton at Willamina ........................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan vs. Amity at Sheridan ................................ 4:30 p.m. Willamina JV vs. Sheridan at Willamina ................... 4:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Willamina ......................................... 4:30 p.m. High School Track Sheridan at Willamette University meet ......................... 4 p.m. Willamina at Willamina (Host: Amity) ............................ 4 p.m. Middle School lYack Chapman st Amity meet ........................................... 3:45 p.m. Willamina at Sheridan meet ..................................... 3:45 p.m. Chapman hosts meet ............................................... 3:45 p.m. I III I I I I I I Dennm Phlpps Baseball The Willamina Bulldogs proudly salute Dennis Phipps as their athlete of the week. Dennis pitched 12 innings last week for 12 Strikeouts, 3 Walks and a 3.5 Earned Run Average. Congratulations Dennis/ We salute Spartan Jamezz Kramer Track The Sheridan Spartans salute Jamezz Kramer as their athlete of the week. Jamezz is the leading scorer for the Spartan Track Team. He runs on the 400 & 1600 relay team and individually in the 200 & 400. Jamezz is also an outstanding student with a 3,3 G.P.A. I I the Athletes of the Week! RESTAURANT 518 South Bridge Street (across from the High School) Hours: Monday-Saturday 6 am - 8 pm Sunday 7 am -7 pm