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12 The Sun, Wednesday, May 24, 1989 i;ii~!i )i ii:ii~i!i ~ i= ; :ii:!:~i~i il ; i ~iii~i~ =; 'i ~% i/!ii: .... 7 Wlllamlna's Brad Hanneman threw the javelin 168 feet at the state Class A track meet in Springfield Saturday afternoon. His throw was not far enough to advance to the finals. --Photos by Mike Petrovsky Fis:hinc report The following report vided by Harry of and Reel in Wiilamlna. Springers are showing Nestucca, Trask and ers. Also showing are a and winter steelhead tion. Opening season for trout 0 coastal streams is day. Local lakes are out trout. They include ke, Hebo Lake, and even mina Pond has a few left. On the coast, anglers getting ocean perch ~aff the jetties and the Clamming and crabbin to good. For more information ry at 879-5111. Little Stuck Electric 19, First played: May 16. Team record: Electric 39 batters, 8 hits, 17 27 batters, 4 hits, 7 walks. Mark Mahe, Matt Rahn and combined their pitching talentS t Federal. Mike Locke, Seth Hall pitched for First Federal. was 3-for-4, Kevin Osborn, 2-fosA" Stuck Electric 5, Dairy Queen May 19. Team Record: 3-3. 32 batters, 5 runs, 2 hits, 11 walks. 23 batters, 6 runs, 3 hits, 7 walks. Steve Manley scored what the winning run in the Good hustle, a Stuck running helped Steve scored. Josh Robert Mathis pitched for StuCk Robbie Delhi and Steve ManiC/ Dairy Queen. Art Reid Trucking 21, Date played: May Maridee Hartman, Connie Lou Taylor and Nicole Jenni Ashcroft and Sarah Cox, base hits: Doubles: Connie Lou Taylor, Maridee Hartman, and Nicoie Hutchison. Hutchison. I Third Annual O In II loss The Sheridan baseball team ended its season last week with two devas- tating losses. ~ The Spartans began the week with a 10-0 loss to Willamina on May 16 and ended the week and the season with a 12-6 loss to Santiam Christian. Despite the losses, the Spartans finished in the middle of the West Valley pack with a 5-7 league record and with a 6-8 overall record. " The Spartans began the season with having its first seven games cal- led because of rain. Yet head coach Mike Stuck said his team hit the ball well all season long and was impres- sed with the 13itching of Jon Campos who registered 47 strikeouts in 33 in- nings. Stuck said his team could have im- proved upon its fielding, but is look-. ing for things to get better for the Spartans in the furture from a half dozen freshman players--two of whom started for Sheridan this sea- son. They were catcher Travis Taylor and Casey Christianson. Stuck regrets to see his senior players leave the team. there are five in all and they include Travis Moore, InChina rip rn @ In unres Student protests which prompted the Chinese government to declare martial law in Beijing, the country's capitol, might cancel a summer trip to the People's Republic of China by a Willamina High School basketball coach and a player. Coach Jerry Buczynski and player Jorma Kyilonen planned to visit and play in both Beijing and Canton, China, as part of an all-star Oregon basketball team. The two planned to leave Aug. 9. The ll-day trip also in- cludes a visit to Hong Kong. The trip is being partially spon- sored by Sports Development, Inc., a non-profit California firm. "I haven't heard from the main of- fice in California yet, but maybe I will sometime this week," Buczynski said. Kyllonen is in the process of rais- ing money for the trip. An account has been established at U.S. Bank in Sheridan in his name for donations. Anthony Mahurin, another Willa- mina basketball player who was go- ing to be on the all-star team, decid- ed not to go to China as planned be- cause his parents are moving from Willamina this summer. Buczynski said Mahurin's decision had nothing to do with the current unrest in China. Sherldan's Casey Chrlstlanson hits a ball fowl during Friday's home game with Santlam Christian. It was the Spartans final game of the season. Santiam Christian won 12-6. --Photo by Corinne Ivey Gary Smith, Mike Sisk, Chris Acuff shecld~ Battery--Campos and Taylor. and James Schroeder. "iA~ lqtebec---Jon Campos. Sb~rklaa Stuck described Smith as being an ~Jeff Wagner, 2-for-4; Holder, l-for-l; exceptional outfielder. Aguayo, l-for-3; Campos, i-for-3; Moore, l- for-3; Schroeder, l-for-3. Extra Base F~y'I ~ Hlt~--None. RBI--Aguayo, Schroeder. SC ....................... 22001~3---1274 IRumt--Gary Smith, 2; Aguayo, Campos, Sherld~m .................. 003 3~ 0 -- ~ 7 9 Moore, Taylor. May 16 Game Sherid~ ................... 0(10000-- 0 31 Wiamhm ................. 202141 -- 10 10 0 Sheridan Batteff--Moore, Samples (4), Campos (6) and Taylor. Lnslal Pitehec--Travis Taylor. SherMa HH~--Wagner, l-for-l; Campos, l-for-2; Samples, l-for-3. Extra EUts--None. see eeeoeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ooooeleeoeelee oooooo oeeeoooooo e O Sun Crosl Farmlands With this ad coupon. 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