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10 The Sun, Wednesday, October 26, 1994 The Lady Bulldog volleyball squad picked up its third Val-Co League victory of the season in Lincoln City last week against Taft. Witlamina travelled to the coast last Tuesday to play the Lady Tigers. The Lady Bulldogs beat Taft ear- lier in the season in two games. V. Willamina's Tricia Mendenhall tips a ball over two Yamhill- Carlton players at home Thursday.--Photos by Travis Moore. Willamina repeated the feat, beating the Lady Tigers 15-8 and 15-8. Coach Jerry Buczynski said his team played well. "We played a consistent match," he said. "We served well over 90 percent. It seems like we play well when we have a good serving night. We came out ready to play." Willamina lost a three-game match earlier in the season at Yam- hill-Carlton. The Lady Dogs were looking to come out on top at home against the Lady Tigers Thursday night. The teams locked up in another tough three-game match. Y-C won the first game, 10-15. Willamina won the second, 15-13. The Lady Tigers jumped out to a lead in the third game and held on to win, 10-15. Buczynski said, "It was a tough match. Whoever had the momentum in the third game was going to win. It was another tough three-game loss." Willamina was 3-9 in Val-Co League play after last week's action. The Lady Bulldogs will end the season with a game at Waldport tomorrow. Willamina lost to the Irish earlier in the season. "Waldport is a pretty solid team," Buczynski said. "We didn't have one of our better games against them. They look like they might be a playoff team." The SHS gym as it appeared Friday. Beams were installed to brace two cracked trusses. Warm up Mr for districts win The Spartan cross country team warmed up for tomorrow's district meet by running at the West Valley League meet in Salem Friday. Five West Valley League teams held the league meet at Salem's Bush Park. Tomorrow's district meet will be run on the same course. Several Sparts ran their best races of the season. Four Sheridan runners qualified for league all-star awards. The top seven runners in both the girls and boys 5000 meter races received WVL all-star certificates. Jamezz Kramer had his best per- formance of the season finishing third in 17:52. Jacob Peizer also ran his strongest race of the season. He finished sixth in i 8:25. Other Spartan finishers were: David Johnson, 28th, 21:30; Troy Miller, 29th, 21:35; Micah Shelton, 30th, 21:50; David Higginson, 32nd, 22:44; Robin Hibdon, 34th, 23:26. Five teams and 39 runners com- peted in the boys race. Sheridan placed third as a team. Amy Schouten and Sarri Tate had their best finishes of the year. Schouten finished in sixth place in Iley 23:26. Tate was seventh in 24:11. Other Lady Spartan finishers were: Marnie Rosasco, 16th, 27:38; Alison Lewis, 18th, 28:50. The Lady Spans had an incom- plete team score in the field of 35 runners. Five runners are needed to get a team score. Coach Jeff Leisman said he is happy with his team's progress. "I feel good about our improve- ments each week," he said. "At districts I would like to see Jamezz and Jacob in the top seven to qualify for state." He added, "We should have some more personal records. It (Bush Park) is a good course." The district meet is tomorrow at Salem's Bush Park. The girls race starts at 4 p.m. The boys race will follow at 4:30. The top seven in both races will qualify for the Nov. 5 stat~ meet in Eugene. Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Sports schedule High School Football Willamina JV vs. Philomath at Willamina .................. 5:30 p.m. Sheridan vs. Amity at Sheridan (homecoming) ........ 7:00 p.m. Willamina at Philomath ............................................ 7:30 p.m. Sheridan JV vs. Nestucca at Sheridan ..................... 5:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Oct. 27 High School Volleyball Willamina at Waldport ................................................... 6 p.m. Sheridan vs. S. Christian at Sheridan ............................ 6 p.m. Oct. 27 High School Cross Country Sheridan at district meet .................................................. TBA Oct. 26 Oct. 26 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Middle School Football Willamina 7th grade vs. Sheridan at Willamina ......... 3:45 p.m. Chapman 7th grade at Wiltamina ............................. 3:45 p.m. Willamina 8th grade vs. Talmadge at Willamina ........ 3:45 p.m. Chapman 8th grade vs. Banks at Sheridan .............. 3:45 p.m. Making a Difference for... i iiiiiii:)i ii iiill ii/ Endorsed by the Authorized by Grimstad for Representative Committee 1891 Yaquina Bay Road Newport, OR 97365 (503) 265-5003 ;I nielS MiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Clip this official entry blank (reasonable facsimile will be accepted) and mail to "Football Contest", RO. Box 68, Sheridan, OR 97378, or bring it to The Sun's office at 136 E. Main Street in Sheridan. Name Address Phone Team Selection Name of Sponsor . 1 CONTEST RULES: 1. On this page are 8 boxes with national, state and local games listed. Select the teams you think will be the winners and list them on the entry form. 2. For your entry to be valid you must list the name of each sponsor as well as your choice of winning teams. The player picking the most correct winners will receive a $25 gift certificate from one of the sponsors. 3. In case of a tie, the determining factor will be the closer score prediction of the tie breaker game listed. 4. Everyone is eligible to play (employees of The Sun and their families excluded). Only one entry per person, per week, please. 5. All entries must be in The Sun's office at 136 E. Main, Sheridan, by 5:00 pm Friday. The winner will be announced in next week's "Winner's Circle". . , 5. 6. 7. 8. Tlebreaker: Arizona at Oregon IMPORTANTI Your entry blank will not be valid unless the name of the sponsor- ing merchant is written down with your team selections. 2800 Lafayette Ave.731 Baseline 408 W. 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