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Wednesday, May 17, 1989, The Sun 11 in in things go for both Willa- Oregon Scholastic Activities Associa- at the District 3 tion and cited poor officiating on school softball playoffboth sides. r? Willamina lost the game 6-4. idea, a Corbett player "We challenged a call from the of- for throwing a bat, a ficial, but the OSAA commissioner was ejected for corn- said you cannot protest a judgement about the call that ejected call," Howard said. and Willamina as- The contoversial call came in the azh Mary Johnson was sixth inning when a Corbett runner ~talking back to an official, was running from third base to home. Willamina catcher Maria Va- more. threatened to forfeit mos was near home plate to make etwice because of outbursts the play. After catching the ball, Va- fans. Those threats were rues turned to tag the Corbett runner the direction of and in doing so the runner struck Va- Corbett fans. mos in the face with her forearm, reigned supreme as causing Vamos to drop the ball and head coach Michelle giving Corbett ~i run. protest with the "I don't want it to sound like sour grapes, but I never played in a game like that. There were questions after call despite minor injuries to her Howard said the Bulldogs played questions by coaches, fans and play- face, neck and ribs. their best game of the season Satur- ers. It (poor officiating) went both On the other side, Corbett coach day. ways," Howard said. Claudia Becker had this to say about "We made two errors but they Howard said she did not begin to the game. were just minor bobbles," Howard protest the call until after Vamos, "Well, the game did get a little said. who had "blood coming out of her out of control. As far as the officiat- Howard praised her team for their face," was all right, ing goes, not too many times do you play all season. "On a close play like that the run- have a player, a fan and a coach "Their attitude was great. I her should have been sliding,'I How- ejected from a game." couldn't ask for a better club. They ard said. Becker said that neither of the col- did a fantastic job," said the Bulldog Howard, referring to a similar type lisions represented maliciousness on coach. of play that occurred earlier in the the part of players on her team. Bec- Willamina ended the season with a game at second base, said she ker added her only real complaint 12-8 overall record, 7-5 in league. thought her players were in jeopardy about the offciating was the calling District 3 Playoff Game because of the poor officiating, of balls and strikes on her pitcher. Samrd~ylaS~em "Those two guys (the officials) Corbett lost to Amity Monday 6-5.Corl~u ................... 1601040--6110 didn't handle it (the game) correct- Amity will advance to state competi- Wilimlaa ................. ~00020--442 ly," Howard said. tion. Willamln IhttegF--Turnerand Varnos. The coach praised Vamos for con- As far as the way her team played, Loala8 PitelN--Turncr. WlUmniM tinuing to play after the controversial HiU--Maria Vamos l-for-4, Kristy Mode l-for- 4, Angle Leno l-for-3. Tbm.ld~ Game 4:: ......................... 0MI0-- 111 WUlamim ................... 650h--1181 WillamiM Battery--Turner and Vamo6. Pitclter--Brenda Turne~. Wihmim Hilat--K_risty Mode, 3-for-3; J.J. Aulto, 2-for-3; Kendall, l-for-l; Howard, l-for-3; Vamoe, l- for-4. Extra Brae lilt--Double: Howard. RBI--Vamos, Howard, Ec.kenrodc. Rmm--Kcrri Cmaffll, 2; Dawn Howard, 2; Brenda Turaer, 2; Aalto, 2. Culled after 4V2 Innlap, lama ink. May 10 Game Amity ..................... 0DM00--461 ................. 000 001 i --247 WlllamlM Batte~--Turner and Vamm. Whmhq Pitcher--Brenda Turner. WlMam~ liil~--Brenda Turner, 2-for-3; Howard, l-for-3; Mode, l-for-3. Extra ~ tnI--Double: Turner. RBI--Cranfill. RmB--Turner, Hunt. Valley League high neman will compete in the javelin. and field meet FridayThe running events are set to be- marked a triumph for gin at 2:30 p.m. on Friday and 1 p.m. Spartans. on Saturday. head coach AI Competing for Sheridan on the his boys team to a track will be the boys 1,600-meter re- with 95 points. If lay team (featuring James Denton, enough the coach has Rich Tomlinson, Shane Spencer and one girl going on to Noah Magnuson), Jeremy White and this weekend in ten girls earned a re- place overall with 28 other teams compet- go as boys team ended up in se- with 75 points and the a disappointing third behind Nestucca and under head coach have five boys and three to state competition athletic director Larry said Tuesday that every- except for a recall in 200-meter run Saturday. over who came in was quioidy cleared saw a videotape of Samples said. one of the few track no athlete was prevented | to state because of a dis- I," Samples said. it is off to Springfield near Eugene for the ~d Willamina state quail- ~i:~ ~: ~ .... ~i:i:~ ~iii!~ i= = action begins at 1:30 p. ...... Willamina's Ed Fox and ::~ .... Chad Ranes will compete ........... finals. 1:30, Sheridan's Steve compete in the high p.m., Willamina's Ted compete in the long Gotham, also from will compete in the dis- 0ntinues Saturday at noon Mike Sisk competes and Willamina's Brad competes in the triple noon, Sheridan's Carla in the high ina's Dawn Logan ha the javelin. Wiflamina's Brad Han- Andy Rodney in the ll0-meter hur- dles, and Stephanie Aaron in the 100-meter run. Competing on the track for Willa- mina will be the boys 400-meter re- lay team (comprised of Ed Fox, Aar- on Menbdenhall, Andy Creel and Brad Hanneman), and Tammy Mor- ley in the l,S00-meter run. [ ~: ~ i ~ ...... Sheridan's Mike SIsk took first place In the shot put Saturday with s throw of 4S feet, 8 Inches. --Photo by Mike Petrovsky Sheridan hurdlers Jason Aguayo (far left), Andy Rodney (center) and Jeremy White compete in the 110-meter hurdles Saturday. Rodney and White made It to the state meet this Saturday In Springfield. --Photo by Mike Petrovsky Wlllamina's Dawn Logan Just missed s spot at the state meet in discus Saturday. She finished third In that event with a throw of 100 feet, 3 inches. --Photo by Corinne Ivey i!~i ii !!i!~!!i: ii ~ !~ii i ii =~i~;:: i ~i iili ........ ................ Friday md Saamlay Boy's Team St'ot~ Sheridan 95, W"hunlna 75, Santiam Christian 68, Dayton 60~A, Neatuca 579~, St. Paul 50, Amity 42, Gaston 42, Pen'ydale 20, Western Mennonite ! 7. Sheridan --d Wlllamlaa ~ IN Meten--3, Brad Ham~man, W~ 11.65.6, Andy Creel, Willamina, 12.16. ~ 5, Share Spencer, Sheridan, 24.64. 6, Rich Tomlinson, Sheridan, 24.157. 400--3, Noah Maanuson, Sheridan, 52.81. 4, Aaron Mendenhull. Wilhunimt. 53.52. 5, Slume Spencer, Sheridan, $4.26. M~--4, Noah Maanuson, Sheridan, 2:17.90. 1,~---6, James Denton, Sheridan, 4:46.76. 110 llmdim---I, Jer~ny White, Sheridan, 17.$$. 2, Andy Rodney, Sheridan, 18.06. 300 liar,s---4, Andy Rodney, Sheridan, 47.23.5, Jon C.ampm, Sheridan, 47.78.4~ Re4ay---2, Willamina, team of Ed Fox, Aaron Mendenhall, Andy Creek aad Brad Hanneman, 46.34. 4, Sheridan, Team of Noah Magnuson, Shane Spencer, Andy Rodney and Rich Tomlimon, 46.76. I,M0 Pa~y--l, Sheridan, team of James Denton, Rich Tomlinson, Shane Spencer aad Noah Magnuson, 3:40.51. 4, Willamina, team of Aaron Mendenhsll, Martin Wienzck, Matt Gotham and Andy Creel, 3:49.46. Disem--3, Matt Gorham, Willamina, 124-10. 4, Mike Sisk, Sheridan, 119-9. l.liak Jami~--2, Steve Samples, Sheridan, 6-0. 3, Paul Aulto, Willamina, 5-10. Javdll--l, Brad ~, Willamina, 171-0. 6, Aaron Mendenhall, Wilhunina. 141-4. Lmql J~--2, Ted Guardiola, Wilhunina, 19-6. Pole Vmdt--l, l/d Fox, Willamina, 11-6. 2, Chad Ranes, Sheridlm, 10-6. 4, Jess Aeuff, Sheridan, 104). 6, Tony Bass, Willamina, 10.0. ~tot Pat---l, Mike Si~, Sheridan, 45*8. 3, Chris Acuff, Sheridan, 43-3. Tn~ map--I, Brad Hanneman, Willamina, 39-3.6, Steve Sampler, Sheridan, 37-10V~. G/~a Tema Seeem Nestucca 156, Dayton 70, Willamina 65, St. Paul 45, Western Mennonite 44, Sheridan 28, Amity 27, Perrydule 27, Gaston 2, Santlam Christian I. Sherkl~ mM W~ Place~ 100 Meten--2, Stephanie Aaron, Sheridaa, 13.89. 200--3, Stephanie Aaron, Sheridan, 28.63. 6, Desiree Mahurin, Willamina, 30.07. 400---3, Desirce Mahurin, 1:05.10. 5, Carla Rodney, Sheridan, 1:06.22. NO--3, Ym Stanton, Willamina, 2:40.59. 5, Tammy Morley, Willamina, 2:52.33. 1,~---2, Tammy Morley, Willamina, 5:24.95. 4, Sara Thornhill, Willamina, 5:33.14. 3,000---3, Sara Thornhill, Willamina, 12:45.18. 400 ~--5, Sheridan, team of Stephanie Aaron, Edith Duck, Tanya Fritz and Carla Rodney, 54.59. 1,600 Md~--4, Sheridan, team of Tanya Fritz, Edith Duck, Carla Rodney and Stephanie Aaron, 4:36.~0. 5, Willamina, team of Desiree Mahurin, Shelley Mendenhall, Tammy Morley and Yam Sumton, 4:40.74. Did'm--3, Dawn Logan, Willamina, 100-3. Jump-- 2, Carla Rodney, Sheridan, 4-10. 3, Yara Stanton, Wiilamina, 44. Javdbt--2, Dawn Logan, Willmnimh I~-5. 4, Sara Thornhill, Willamina, 84-8. Loq Jump--6, Yara Stanton, Willamina, 14-0. ~ Pint--34-9. 3, Dawn Logan, Wiilamina, 31-9~. Top two placers in each event advance to rage meet in SprinafieidS_a_ turday. i/ii i di!i!!:~i! ~: iili:i ii :~ ~!%1~/i!!i i ! ~:i ~ii~i~ !~i: ii ~ ~ .... ii~!II/~ ~ii! ~ iiil~iiiil ~ i i! ~ii!i~!!!~i~ili/~:!'! ii!!'~ i!~! i! iii~!i!i i if! i~i~!~: ended up taking second place in the 400-motor relay Saturday. fourth. Pictured above is the final baton pass in the race, Wlllsmine and Sheridan runners shown from Creel, Rich Tomlinson, and Andy Rodney. left are Brad H nnemen, Andy --Photo by Mike Petrovsky menu Friday BASEBALL: Santiam Chris- tian at Sheridan, 4:30 p.m. Dayton at Willamina, 4:30 p.m. TRACK: Sheridan and Wil- lamina at state Class A meet at Springfield, 1:30 p.m. Satunl y TRACK: Sheridan and Wil- lamina at state Class A meet at Springfield, noon.