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T hurl lay, Nove_mber 27__, lO8O, The Sun g [a' ' Allen Hilton kept soy- me, you'd be a if you didn't midgets." the comment number of op- made to High Volleyball Debra Dickey, action in the State Volleyball in The lest weekend. this before the edged Yoncalla Enterprise to the cham- Ip I wonder now. fantestic team won sec- in the tour- t, losing to Prairie the final match. finished with a 21-4 f's first match Wee 88 games, 15-9and 16-14. tourney is the Sports- "1 think they over- manship Trophy. It is looked us L" said Dickey awarded to the team, later The ,savages whose crowd showed placed second to Colton in lest year's tourna- ment, but this year had to settle for fifth. Saturday night's game was a deception. "We watched Prairie City In the afternoon game, and outstanding support for their home squad. It was judged by a team of tournament officials and presented by the Booster Club Chairman for The Dalles. The beautiful trophy guys who were proud of the girls' efforts and they were backed by numer- ous adults from the community plus a good turnout of students. The trophies were presented to Sheridan by Rich Correa, a former high school principal who served in Sheridan from 1973-1976. we really thought we was awarded to the The future looks rosy, could beat them," reflec- Sheridan Spartans. Eachbut Coach Dickey is not ted Dickey. "They didn't game It was pretty about to forget the look that strong." evident that the Sheridan season that has just people were behind their ended. "It's been a very However, every team has nights when things Just go right, and Satur- day night was Prairie City's turn ! The tournament had Its ups and downs and produced its superstars, but as one looks back on the games, Sheridan had no real standout. The girls seemed to just hold on until the other team broke and then win the girls in the most spirited way. Despite the dis- tance to The Dalles, Sheridan had one of the largest followings repre- sented at the tourney. Cheers were led by the enjoyable season. The girls have been greet to work with. Even with the number of close matches we had, it was an easy season because of the girls!" as anyone could game. as the Spartans "We've workgd very back from a hard on staying together game loss to next two games, 5-13 and advance semi-finals. Terri Yoncalla to an in the opening Sheridan's rid of their jitters. comeback and not getting down on each other," Dickey stated. This was probab- ly the key to the Spartans' playoff suc- cuSS. Although there seemed to be no stand- outs, two Sheridan girls were recognized by the but the spark ' tournament coaches. through to Debble Samples was games, The elected to the second had one big team and Corinne War- in the Yoncalla wick received first team could tournament : all-star any awards. Thes are par- + tlcularly si eclal honors had 19 servlce to the glrls because the I,', seld Dlckey. For Trl-Rlver League does aren't famlllar not select All-League ,ball, a team Teams anymore. sewing to get The young Spartans Obvlously, the look ahead to next year travel over the now wlth high hopes for Into theopposlng a return trlp to The court for the Dalles. The Sparts had to be successful,no senior starters thls serves year, and only lose one dolng thls. player, Shella Heifer- )rise was next. nan, to greduatlon. was played at Aside from a terrific morning, season and tournament, Sparts caught the Sheridan Sparta sleeping, girls have another thing led 9-1 before to boast about. even looked The tallest, biggest, went on to and one of the most match In two coveted awards of the ,mixed W L 14.Three Way 19 29 'Motors 33 15 POR-4 17 30 29 18 i6.Ed's Alliance 17 30 29 19 High men series--Rich Ins. 28 20 Johnson, 550;high men Aces 27 21 games--Bruce Maxwell, 214; Rich Jhnson, 209; Kelly Lux, 26 22 203; Bob Murrow, 203; Dennis 26 22 Rice, 201; Rick Reznicsek, 200; 25 23 high women series--Iva Wal- 24 24 ker, 524; high women games--, Iva Walker & Louise Smith/ 23 25 187; splits pickcd---Ginny Luz, 21 27 2-7-8; Jerry Lee, 5-10; Rose- Mary Rice, 5-6-10; Hazel 20 28 Daniels, Gary Daniels, Gay- 19 29 lene Langley, Cindy Thomas, Brian Thomas, 3-10-5-7. bunch Rosoann Thomas sets up shot for one of Sherldan's spikers. Mud loses, 3-2 On Sunday, Nov. 23 Sheri- dan's soccer team Mud played the Imperials in the final game of the first half of its soccer season. Mud fielded a team of 11 players without any substitues and started with a definite disadvantage. Two goals scored within the first 15 minutes by Mud seemed to show their determination to win. The first goal scored by Kent Roberts on an assist by York Rentsch and another 5 minutes later by Mike Hintz apparently iced the game, but Imperial with thier ability to constantly send in fresh players and press the attack scored twice, first on a corner kick and later on a defensive error by Mud. The first half ended on a 2-2 tie. Imperial scored once more in the second half as the hard pressed exhausted Mud team could do little offensively while Imperial's fresh substitutes constantly attacked. Another goal on a corner' kick put the score at 3-2 favor of Imperial. Mud's last chance to score on a penalty kick failed and a weary Mud team lost by a final tally of 3 to 2. k 36-12 31-17 Bowl 30 18 28-20 27-20 26-22 25-23 ' 25-23 Texaco 25-23 23-24 22V=.251/= Wreckers 22-26 21-17 Pauline's 21-17 K-G Construction 21-17 Krieger Painting 20- 28 Jerry's Chevron 14-33 T. & E. Genral Store 13-35 High series---Vi Washburn, 567; high game---Vi Washurn, 201. Splits picked Up--Ellen 'Hobson & Irma Mann, 5-7; Lore Weathers, 8-3-6-10; Iva Walker, 2-5-7 & 3-10; Clau- dette Morris, 3-10; Vidd Kemper and Phyllis Lan Daner 2-7. llHoig NIIIONZIN(I O4=1.21Oli O4S.2OB=$ LI THE YARD SALE BUY SELL TRADE LI[8 "r'IIrDI[MAN GRANDPA MILLER FROM COLOR NEGATIVES ~ me Iroclok pope ] Forgooe k~g p~ NOV. 27-DEC. 10 Corinne Warwick, No. 24, tries to block ball at state volleyball playoff8 last weekend at The Dalles. She was named to first string all-star pman 8th g wins th Chapman's 8th grade girls basketball team has gone undefeated so far, They have won their first three games starting with Amity. They defeated Amity on Nov. 17, 26-10. Kim Paredez was the highscorer with 10 pints and Bev Koester was close behind with 8 points. Other scorers. wet~ Jane Nimrod, 4, and Angie Samples and Missy Welch had 2. The 8th grade girls defeated Carlton Nov. 20, 29 to 25. When it came to scoring Missy Welch earned the title of highest scorer with 12 points., Other scorers were Jane Nimrod, 7, Kristi Hut- chins, 4, Kim Paredez, 4, and Bey Koester, 2. Finally, the girls defeated Willamina Nov. 24, 16-12. It was a dose game:between the two rivals with good teamwork on both sides. Jane Nimrod and Missy Welch did a good job scoring, and they beth ended with 7 points. Im Paredez had 2 points also. Chap'man's 7th pade girls basketball team defeated Amity Nov. 17, 43 to 10. Kathryn Wilson was the high scorer with 18 points. Other scorers were Dawn Spencer, II, Dlon Kadell, 6, Liana Blanger, 4, and Cathy Chapman, 2. Chapmans 7th grade lost to Carlton on Nov. 20, 17 to 37. Chapman's 7th grade lost to Willsndna Nov., 24, 12 to 28. Kathryn Wilson did a good job of scoring and ended up with a total of 12 points. Dion Kadell had 2 points also. mma 212 N.E. Main St., Willamina 876-2112 team for her efforts In helping the Sl rtens win second place trophy. Watching action is Robin Paredez, Nov. 14. There were a lot of smiles when tim Sporrans kept on winning, going all the way to the final also won Watching the ball am Sheridan players Carmen Wittenberg, left, end Rosoann Tlmmu I pltd