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00PORTS Wednesday, July 3, 1991, The Sun 9 - I Campos hones skills all-star performances Itavls Moore The Sun Sheridan High School graduate Campos played in two all-star games June 21 and 22. was the Spartans' lead- scorer in the 1990-91 season was to the Oregon Class star team by the West ey League coaches. seniors from each league in state are chosen to participate in state all-star teams. Dustin Har- of Santiam Christian was 3ther player representing the west all-star coach was Adams of Colton. If there was for a coach to be biased inst a player, Adams could have a reason to let Campos ride the throughout the two games. coached Colton in the state semi-final game against Campos was a junior guard at the time. overtime, with the score tied, caught a cross-court pass, a 20 foot jumper as time to eliminate Adams and his team. had to travel to Colton three practices the week before all-star games, said, "I was shooting before the first practice, and ust like that game winning He (Adams) came up behind and said 'I wonder where I've that before.' 'Pretty much all we did in prac- Was run. I started getting myself a couple of weeks before so I was o.k." first game was at Willamette on June 21. The West tsed good passing to blow out team 120-97. Compos 7 points in the up-tempo started the game the next at Linfield College. He scored 5 the game, but his team lost. passed the ball in the game," Campos said. "As 1,as anybody got the ball, they lost the game by about as as we won the first game. If COuld have played like a team, I we would have won again." will be playing basket- at Mt. Hood Community Col- next year for coach Fred Shnell. ampos has already played a few at Mt. Hood with hi future He will also try out for SChool baseball team. shooter Jon Campos practices his layups on outdoor court at SherMan High School. Former Spartan star plans to play basketball at Mt. Hood Community College. He recently competed In state all-star games.--Photo by "lPavis Moore. "Cities teams Softball Salem games Park. The Tri-Cities major girls' all- stars will travel to Salem to play in the double elimination all-star tour- nament beginning with a game on Saturday. Dairy Queen coach Larry Payne will also take the major boys' all- star team to their double elimination tournament. Tfi-Cities' first game will be July 16. avls Moore The Sun local Tri-Cities Little League Send three teams to post-season in Salem throughout the next weeks. Queen won the major boys' season championship and be playing in the single elimin- Tournament of Champions. Queen plays today at Holland tournament scheduled By lhavls Moore Correspondent, The Sun A U.S. Slow-pitch Softball Asso- ciation sanctioned tournament is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday in Willamina. Twelve teams will play in the tournament. Teams from Portland, Salem, Newberg and McMinnville will join Red Apple, Tri-Co and Velvet Underground of the local West Valley adult softball league. ulldogs crush Games will start at 8 a.m. on both days, and all games will be at the Willamina High School softball Three state playoff berths will be Hounds, 84-40 field. at stake. Trophies wili be awarded to the first through fifth place teams. The f'ust place team will receive 12 WiUaminaHigh School sum- "It's hard to say which of our league basketball team closed players did well," he said. "Every- all-star T-shirts. schedule last week, smashing one we put in did the job. Our main Most valuable player and the 84-40. varsity starters had strong games; Gold Glove award will be given. Jerry Buczynski played all they just didn't match up well with Each team will pay a $135 entry fee. Varsity players. The game was anyone we put in the game. They Jack Bailey, an organizer of the a landslide, so he played the JV just weren't much competition." tourney said, "With the timber freshmen. The young team still With the season over, Buczynski industry slumping, we hope the t up on the hapless Greyhounds. will now turn his basketball focus to tournament will help boost the local businesses. There will be about 130 August. Buczynski will coach an 're not very strong," Buc- Oregon high school all-star basket- players coming plus their families said. "Unfortunately, it ball team going to the Bahamas in and friends. They'll all be spending t't a good game. They are pretty early August. money in the local area for the They will probably be at the The tournament is hosted by Los weekend" of the league next year." Angeles Lakers' Mychal Thomp- tnski couldn't pick out stars son. Buczynski's team will include WiUamina team. four players from his Bulldog team. forclassifledadsisl[ Findwhatyou'relookingfor at noon. Call 843-2312. in the classified ads! 843.2312 (NAPA) Traveling this-tlh? Visit us 1st. For quality auto parts and accessories. SUMMER SPECIAL: 10% OFF Envelopes w/ coupon - thru Aug. 15, 1991 TItE SUN 249 S. Bridga, $heridan 843-2312 Home runs featured in big wins Velvet Underground and Tri-Co won in last week's West Valley adult softball league local action. In the lust game at Willamina High School Tri-Co's defense shut down Red Apple and took the game easily 5-1. The second game between Velvet Underground and Littlejohn fea- tured five home runs, one by Little- john and four by the Underground. For the Underground, Rob Schmidt hit two round trippers, The first was a two run shot and the second was good for three runs. Marc Daniels and Tony Cordie both hit solo home runs en route to a 27-11 win. The Underground exploded for 13 runs in the sixth and final inning. Many of the league's teams will he involved in the 4th of July tournament and the Timbertown Tournament this week. West Valley adult softball league's regular sea- son action will continue Sunday. Full sports slate for Fourth of July fest in Willamina You can celebrate the Fourth of July in Willamina with a variety of sporting events--from softball to horseshoes, downhill races and arm wrestling. Topping the schedule is the second annual 10K (6.2 miles) run and walk from Sheridan to Willa- mina. Registration will be from 7 to 8 a.m. at Willamina Middle School. Participants will be bused to the starting line at Sheridan city park starting at 8:15 a.m. The walk will start at 8:30 and the race at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $9 and includes a t-shirt. If you're not into walking or running then check out the horse- shoe tournament starting at 8:30 a.m. at Huddleston Park. Competi- tion includes men's and women's singles and doubles plus a singles contest for 17 and under. If you're feeling strong, you might want to check out the arm wrestling competition. It starts at 10 a.m. in the high school grandstands` Also starting at 10 a.m. is the six-team softball tournament. Pre- registration is required, according to Jack Bailey. For those daredevil youngsters, downhill coaster races will begin at 10 a.m. at Oaken Hills Drive. Regis- tration begins at 9:30 a.m. Golfers won't want to miss the hole-in-one contest from 1 to 5 p.m. at the high school football field. Cash prizes will be awarded the winners. Llttlejohn Logging was unable to stop Velvet Underground last week in West Valley Adult Softball League. Velvet slapped five home runs in game, Including two by Rob Schmidt, on way to a 27-11 win.--Photo by lavis Moore. I I I ;ave Rope a real value.., only *19 to have The Sun delivered in your mail every week of the pearl To subscribe to THE SUN simply fill out this coupon and return it with your check or money order. NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZiP [ Sheridan. Willamina [--]1 All Other & Grand Ronde t,,..i Postal Addresses , Postal Addresses 1 Year - $26.00 1 Year - $19.00 .I P.O. Box 68 249S. Bridge Street Sheridan, OR 97378 kk