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t RTS Apple w,ns Wednesday, August 21, 1991, The Sun 9 " i league title 24-19 finale [j iue po s i tio n ing YeY tdi! 2stvdnWha nt Llng into the state playoffs, runners on in the eighth, but V.U. s "OII.APPle Comer Market and the Jon Campos made a running catch ' Twins were tied at the top ..,,.league after the regular sea- "Pl ith 7-3 records.. aaiApple and the Twins haa a nT.game to determine a league I . t turned into a Sunday '"ib A !2 Pple won its seventh .tgame, beating the Twins '._1[' ted Apple kept consistent ; throughout the game, while "]=ns got their runs in bunches. !IP. teams scored five runs in the ng, and Red Apple scored  five in the second to go up It errors helped the Twins for 10 runs in the third. It Apple three innings to I1. tlut IL.= the team scored nine t r the fourth, fifth, and sixth ;:lPRdhile Sheridan only scored 13-- Apple led 19-18 going ,.' Seventh and final inning. II:_&PPle made sure to put the to end Tri-Co's half of the inning. Velvet got a runner on third with one out. Brad Biery stepped to the plate needing only a sacrifice fly to win the game. The outfield pulled in a little to cut off the run at the plate. Biery promptly knocked it over the outfielders to score the run and win the game 11-10. Velvet, Tri-Co and champion Red Apple will go to the Oregon State playoffs this Saturday in Eugene. Many different leagues from around Oregon will send their best to the playoffs. All the leagues are part of the United States Slowpitch Softball Association. The 48 teams will play in the State tournament at Bon Complex in Eugene to determine an Oregon State champion. Jack Bailey, West Valley League organizer said, "One of our three teams will probably play Saturday morning. We would all like to see :i't by scoring five runs and local people there supporting the r the Twins the tough task of teams. Admission is free, and there ilx runs to force extra heridan was only able to the people will probably he seeing will be some really tough teams, and t Sin le run and Red Apple some really good competition." .... Pion. ;ilk, fornderground and Tri-Co Koski competes 11 third in the league ",vith 6-4 records. The two in Little League = iilma playoff game to deter- Sam Koski, 12, daughter of for- t, place Sunday at Willa- nlghganleSChool. _ mer Willamina resident, Delmar Koski and great-niece of Eleanor f was even ,um the Jensen, is a member of the Keizer g. Both teams scored two major girls softball team that com- ! the f'mst inning. V.U. added peted in the Little League World   run m the second, but that Series in Kalamazoo, Mich. biggest advantage until the d The team represented the West 'Velvet was able to take a 6-4 Region. Their first game was against i It0 the fifth inning. 4 the 1988-9 national champions from Naples, Fla., which they lost erased the lead in the fifth, 9-6 but bounced back in game two [ SCore at 6-6. In its half of defeat with tO Talmadge, Ohio, a ktll][ ', V.U. scored three runs to score 2-0. The playoff ended last lead back at 9-6. Thursday when Glasgow, Del., won --"- ::['=ns scored one run in the ..,,1_,._ 6-1, placing Keizer at third place in to score three runs the World Series. Spartan linemen run around track during first practice session on Monday at Sheridan. Spartans will have two new Caligure named baseball coach When the next spring rolls around Buz Tautfest won't be at the helm for the Willamina High School baseball team. Ron Caligure will take over as coach. Caligure has about 15 years of baseball coaching experience. He coached the junior varsity at West- em Oregon State College in Mon- mouth for two years and was head coach at Crowe High School for four years. He was also assistant varsity coach at Central, Dayton and Willa- mina for a total of five years. Caligure also coached a Dallas American Legion team one year. In addition to all his coaching experience, Caligure also has a good deal of playing experience. He played second base at WOSC for ithree years. Despite all his experience, Cali- gure said he knows he has some big shoes to fill with Tautfest stepping down. Caligure is also the varsity football coach at Willamina Llderground's Jay Cook puts the tag on 1H-Co base runner. coaches this season. Gary Mahe and AI Ashcroft will share head coaching job for varsity team.--Photos by "li'avis Moore. Sheridan football team backs and receivers show off their speed In first Spartan practice Monday. Sheridan fielded 44 players and Willamina had 36 athletes turn out. Gallagher takes helm of Spartan cross country team By 11"avis Moore Correspondent, The Sun The Sheridan High School cross- country team began its season Mon- day with a new coach and only a few runners who showed up for practice. John Gallagher will take over the coaching duties from Jim Salter. Gallagher has three years of high school track and cross country coaching experience. He coached two years in Ohio and one year at Canby High School. Gallagher has been running about 16 years. He ran in high school, and intramurals at Notre Dame. He has also been running competitively at track events throughout the Western U.S. and Canada for the last seven years. Gallagher has only two returners from last year's team. He said Phil Watkins has been running most of the summer, and Matt Waiters showed up for the first practice Monday. Watkins and Waiters are both sophomores. Another sophomore, Rob Raser, was also at the first practice. Gal- lagher said the boys team should also consist of Ricky Rodney, Ryan Torrence, Rob Giddings, Brian Bar- ker, Lewis Asuncion, Scott Asun- cion, Greg Sigrist, Kees Schouten, Jerry Campbell and Shawn Marts. Heidi Kunzler and Tawsha Ogg will run on the girls team. The team will be practicing Fri- day and every day next week at 3:30 p.m. Team members and anyone interested in being on the team should meet in front of the high school at that time. The district race will be at Bush Park in Salem again this year. Gal- l West Valley Little Guy lagher will take groups to Bush Park for the next couple of Thursdays. "I want to take as much of the team as I can over there every week," Gallagher said. "I would like them to get to know the course. Anybody who wants to go should meet me at the school on Thursday about 5 p.m." Anyone interested in joining the team can call Gailagher at 364- 4198. "I'd like to get more people out for the team," Gallagher said. "It would be great to have a girls team. I think people who aren't playing football or volleyball would find that this is a fun sport. Tri-City Little Guy Football sign- ups will be held Sept. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Tina Miller Youth Center (old grade school gym, W'fllamina) for students in 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th football signups o For morn information contact Jack Bailey, 876-5492. i iiii i i ii ATTENTION: HUNTERS!! Tree Farms, Inc. will open their new ates for hunting -- fire conditions permitting -- g August 24, 1991. The gates will be =1 again November 22, 1991. to ongoing vandalism on our timberland and destruction of logging equipment, g of log decks and garbage dumping), feel forced to gate up our property to it from the few people who are abusing We are sorry that these gates also prevent who enjoy using our property from doing more information, please contact David at 876-2322. 750 Lb. Capacity Engine Stand Pronto Oil Filter =3.0 Most sizes ONLY ............ Socket Set Wilmar s732 40-piece #1173 ONLY ............ Floor Jack 4,500 Lb. Capacity Wilmar#W1634 S.. " Reg. $143.00 _1 ' '115?00 Sale ends Aug. 31, 1991 CAPS Auto Parts Store 245 S. Bridge St. Sheridan 843 -4486 The Sun's 13th Annual FOOTBALL CONTEST starts Sept. 4th! High school, college & pro teams will be listed each week with a sponsoring merchants. For only $14.95 per week (for 3 months) you can be a part of this popular contest. Call NOW to reserve your space. THE SUN 843-2312 Deadline Is August 23, 1991.