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10 The Sun, Wednesday, October 19, 1994 The Spartan cross country team will run at the West Valley League meet Friday in Salem. Top row from left are: Robin Hibdon, David Higginson, Micah Shelton, Troy Miller, Jamezz Kramer and Jacob Pelzer. Bottom row from left: Amy Schouten, Sarri Tate and Marnie Rosasco. Not pictured are Alison Lewis and David Johnson.-Photos by Travis Moore. By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun The Sparlan cross country team had its bcs[ showing at a meet last l'huz~day in Salem at the Chemawa Invitational. Sheridan had several runners achieve personal records, and two Spartans won medals for their per- lonnances. The Chemawa course is mostly llal with one long, steep hill. It is Jamezz Kramer finished in the highest position for the Sparts. He glided along the 5000 meter course in 18:15 for 6th place. Jacob Pelzer also won a medal finishing 9th in 19:03. Other Spartan finishers were: Troy Miller, 39th, 21:40; Micah Shelton, 42nd, 22:05; David Higgin- son, 49th, 23:39; Robin Hibdon, 50th, 24:09. There were 55 runners in the boys varsity race. Amy Schouten had her best time ever, covering the 5000 meter course in 24:15. Sarri Tate also had a personal record in 25:30. Schouten finished in 12th place and Tate in 18th. Marnie Rosasco finished 24th lbr the Spartans in 26:28. The girls race had over 40 competitors. Sheridan coach Jeff Leisman said he was pleasantly surprised by his team's performance. "1 think they all felt strong," he said. "'We had some good workouts last week. I think I saw some conhdence m them fli s meet.'" Leisman also learned that the date for the district meet has been changed. He said his team will run at the West Valley League meet Friday. That was the original date of the district meet. The district meet was' pushed back to Oct. 27 at Bush Park in Salem. The state meet is Nov. 4 at Lane Community College. ' Leisman was happy about getting the extra week in the season. "I think it will be good for the kids," he said. "They all feel good about the extra week. We'll have to change a few things with our train- ing, but I think it will be good for us. We are just starling to get strong." JV volleyball teams win, football squads lose Local iunior varsity volleyball teams won their matches during the past week but both football squads lost. The Sheridan JV volleyball team beat Gaston last Tuesday, 15-12 and 15-11. The Lady Spartans beat Western Mennonite in Salem on Wednesday, 1-15, 15-3 and 15-9. The Sheridan JV II team also won at Western Mennonite. The Willamina JV volleyball team beat Jefferson at home Wed- nesday, 15-11 and 15-9. The Willamina JV football team lost at Jefferson, 24-16. The Sheridan JV football team lost at home to Dayton, 28-7. By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun The Lady Spartan volleyball team split West Valley League matches last week against Gaston and West- ern Mennonite. Sheridan hosted Gaston last Tues- day. The Lady Sparts pounded the Lady Hounds in the first game, 15-3. Sheridan took a commanding lead in the second game. The Lady Spartans played most of the second game. with the starters on the bench. Gaston came back and won the game, 16-18. Sheridan's starters came back in the final game and won it, 15-6. Coach Jennifer Stock said, "We struggled but pulled through. We made some great plays to get the side outs in the second game, but not to make any points." The Lady Spartans travelled to Salem Thursday to play Western Mennonite. The Lady Pioneers have been ranked in the top 10 most of the season. Sheridan played well in the first game, losing 13-15. Western jumped out to an 0-8 lead in the second and coasted to a 7-15 vic- tory. "We played really well in the first game," Stock said. "We got 13 points on them. But then we made eight errors in the second game. We played well once we got our act together." Sheridan dropped to 3-7 in league play after the match. Western advanced to 8-2 and a tie lbr the West Valley League lead. The Lady Spartans will host Westside Christian tomorrow Sheri- dan easily thumped the Lady Eagles earlier in the season. Bowling scores Kelly Prough bumps a ball against Gaston at home last week. The Lady Sparts won the match 15-3, 16-18 and 15-6. Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Oct. 25 Sports schedule High School Football WUlamina JV vs. Waldport at Willamina .................... 5:30 p.m. Sheridan at Dayton .................................................. 7:30 p.m. Willamina at Waldport .............................................. 7:30 p.m. Sheridan JV at Amity ................................................ 5:30 p.m. Thursday Brunch Bunch Won Lost Mac Club ........................................ 18 6 Home Town Drug ............................ 16 8 G&F Logging ............................ 15-112 8-1/2 Oct. 21 #1 ................................................... 14 10 Gale'sTowing ................................. 14 10 #2 ................................................... 13 11 OCt. 20 Hagan Hamilton Ins ........................ 12 12 Oct. 20 #3 ............................................ 10-1/2 13-1/2 T&E General Store ......................... 10 14 Shari's ............................................ 10 14 Sunshine Care ................................. 9 15 Oct. 20 Maynard Stake MilHnc. .................... 8 12 Oct. 20 Country Companies Ins.-inc. ............ 7 13 Oct. 25 Mainstreet Books ............................. 7 17 Oct. 25 High series: Bey Gale, 534. High game: Bev Oct. 26 Thompson, 213. High School Volleyball Willamina vs. Y-C at Willamina ...................................... 6 p.m. Sheridan vs. W. Christian at Sheridan ........................... 6 p.m. Sheridan at Nestucca .................................................... 6 p.m. Willamina at Toledo ....................................................... 6 p.m. High School Cross Country Sheridan at district meet .................................................. TBA Middle School Volleyball Chapman School vs. Nestucca at Sheridan ............. 3:45 p.m. Willamina vs. Amity at Willamina .............................. 3:45 p.m. Middle Shool Football Chapman 8th grade vs. Willamina at Sheridan ......... 3:45 p.m. Willamina 8th grade at Sheridan .............................. 3:45 p.m. Willamina 7th grade vs. Nestucca at Willamina ........ 3:45 p.m. Chapman 7th grade at Amity .................................... 3:45 p.m. Willamina 8th grade vs. Talmadge at Willamina ........ 3:45 p.m. Clip this official entry blank (reasonable facsimile will be accepted) and mall to "Football Contest", i il ...... : i ....... i, 7 = = 7, 3. In case of I! the determining factor will be loeer score prediction of the tie bmeker game IlslmL (employees of The SUn and tlWir famill pemon, pw reek, plm s. A. m.= born &m'= =ca== at rE' W s:oo 1,'rm wlaa will aanouM In wNIcs WlnneCs Clmle. Flowering 4; each e t Lewis & : IMPORTANT! 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