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PACE 6 November 18, 1988
Warm Springs, Oregon
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Lasf minute TD sinks Buffaloes
It was a good night for a football
game as the White Buffaloes played
their lust game of the season host
ing the Ontario Tigers Friday.
October 4. Even though there was
no hope of any kind of a chance for
a play-off spot in the GOL. The
best they could do is to end the
season with a good record for the
Although they were the heavy
underdog to Ontario, the Buffs made
a good game out of it. The Ontario
Tigers, who have already clinched
a spot in the play-offs as the number
2 seed from the league, and are off
to state no matter how this game
came out. The Buffs make a good
showing for themselves by getting
on the score board first and almost
held on to upset the Ontario
Tigers...scared the pants off of them.
The Buffs got the ball and marched
right down the field to score the
first TD of the game as Jason Har
ris went cracking over from the one
yard line. Todd Thawley ran in for
the two point conversion and the
Buffs were out in front 8-0. Ontario
was able to get a score and a try for
two points failed so the Buffs led
8-6. In the second quarter the Buffs
were able to score again this time it
was Joel Martinez who punched
his way over from three yards out,
a pass for the extra points failed.
After a couple of exchanges with
the ball, Ontario was able to score
on a ten yard pass from quarter
back Shipp to Kram and a pass for
the conversion failed leaving the
score 14-12 at the halftime intermis
sion. On the kickoff to start the second
half, Joel Martinez picked up a
fumble and scampered 23 yards un
touched to score and the conver
sion for two points failed leaving
the score 20-12 in favor of the
Buffs. From that point on it was a
defensive battle between the two
teams until late in the last quarter
Ontario intercepted a Buff pass in a
good field position and scored leav
ing the score 20-18. With time run
ning out and what appeared to be
a big upset sort of fired up the Tig
ers who marched down the field
once again. Recmo Smith inter
cepted a Shipp pass but a pass
interference nullified the intercep
tion giving the Tigers a first down
near the goal line, and with 14
seconds to go. Ontario scored as
Shipp kept the ball and ran in from
one yard out. The kick was good to
give the Tigers a 25-20 lead.
A lot of what-ifs popped up but
they don't win the games, so the
Buffs had to take it on the chin and
lose their last game a heart break
thriller. The statistics were pretty
even give or take a little. Both had
167 rushing yards and each had 12
first downs. Harris piled up 73
yards rushing and one TD, Joel
Martinez got 70 yards and two
TDs, Thawley added 24 yards. In
the passing Aaron Schneider con
nected on five of 13 passes with
Harris catching four for 88 yards
and Reemo Smith one for 1 7 yards.
The Ontario victory put the Buf
faloes to a two win, four loss stand
ing in the GOL and a 4-5 overall
standing for the year.
Joel Martinez carries the ball gaining good yardage during game with Ontario. This last game of the season was
lost at the closing seconds of the game.
Roadrunners win six-foot and under
Buff gridsters earn GOL recognition
It was an Il-team, six-foot and
under basketball tournament that
made the scene at the Warm Springs
Community Center the weekend of
November 1 1-12.
This was a kick-off for the 1988
89 hoop season. Teams from
Washington and Oregon were on
hand lor the three-day tournament.
Jayson Ray of BlackWoIf; Ringo
Ackernell of Oakville; and Dale
Palmateer of Spokane.
Game by game saw the Frontier
Scouts topping the Four Winds 72
66 in the first round. In the second
game it was the Magpies 65, In
game three it was the Roadrunners,
84, the Valley Panthers,37; Game
As the tournament wound down to four gave Wapato. 68, Oakville,
the finals it was the N.W. Road-,
runners winning over the Warm
Springs Magpies by the score 115
110 at the Sunday championship
game. Spokane took third place
and the Columbia River Blackwolfs
came in fourth.
In every tourney there is an all
tournament selection of players that
are chosen by the coaches for out
standing performance during the
tournament. They are selected from
the participating teams. The Sports
manship trophy went to the Four
Winds team. The award for Mr.
Hustle went to Michael Polk of
Wapato and the Most Valuable
Player award went to Buckwheat
Scott of the Roadrunners. The
selection of players during the
tourney went to Chuck Freemont
and Bob Main from the Road
runners; Max Mitchell and Jamie
Henry of the Magpies; Glenn Jones
of Wapato; Bud Hererra of White
Swan; Seymour Ruben of Spokane;
66. White Swam with 86 defeated
the Frontier Scouts with 57 in (tie '.
fifth game. In game six it was the
Magpies, 76, Spokane, 67. Wapato
tipped Blackwolf 57-40 in game
seven. Spokane went past the Four
Winds 86-66 in game eight. In
game nine it was the Renegades
over the Frontier Scouts 53-48.
Columbia River BlackWoIf with
70 defeated the Valley Panthers
with 52 in game 10. In game 1 1 the
Warm Springs topped the White
Swan Chiefs 130-121. In Game 12
the Roadrunners clobbered Wapato
1 12-83. In game 13 Spokane did it
to the Renegades by the score of
63-55; In game 14 Blackwolf team
dumped the Oakville team 74-71.
In game 15 Spokane outlasted
Wapato 89-88 in a squeaker. In
game 16 Blackwolf just got by
White Swan 70-67. In game 17
Spokane topped BlackWoIf 105
102 and in the championship game
the NW Roadrunners topped the
Warm Springs Magpies 115-98.
The next basketball tournament
is scheduled for Thanksgiving
weekend. It is an elimination tour
nament for the big Holiday Tour
nament which is held after Christ
mas here when teams from all
across the country come for the
The defensive squad for the Mad
ras High School White Buffalo
football team finished second in
the Greater Oregon League even
though they did not make a spot in
the playoffs. As a team, the Buffs
totaled nine sacks. They made seven
interceptions, one of which lead to
a touchdown. The team averaged
14.6 points per game and made a
total of three shutdowns this year.
Todd Thawley had 96 tackles,
three sacks, one fumble and five
kickoffs. Jeff potter had 64 tackles, ,
three sacks,, poe Jumble and, six '
Joel Martinez completed 56
tackles, three fumbles, one touch
down and five kickoffs. Curt Cos
grove made 57 tackles, three inter
ceptions, one touchdown and three
kickoffs. Todd Earnest had 43
tackles, one fumble and four kick
offs. Casey McKenzie was at 39
tackles, one interception, one fum
ble and two kickoffs. Jeremy Sam
ples made 32 tackles, one intercep
tion and one fumble. Rick Summers
had 29 tackles for the season, one
fumble and two kickoffs. .
Victor Muniz had 19 tackles,
three sacks and one interception.
Joe Hogge had 13 tackles, two
fumbles and five kickoffs. Shawn
Smith had 31 tackles for the year
while Jason Harris made 23 tackles
along with one interception. Reemo
Smith totaled 20 tackles and one
fumble. Maurice Smith made seven
tackles throughout the year and
four kickoffs. Eldo Badten totaled
12 tackles for the 1988 season.
, This concludes the top 1 5 defen
sive players for the.- Madras High
School football squad.
KWSI carries Blazer games
Radio station KWSI in Warm
Springs is the newest addition to
the Trail Blazer radio network.
Operated by the Confederated
Tribes of Warm Springs, KWSI
will now carry all home and away
games played by the Trail Blazers.
The station began its Blazer cov-
Frosh basketball schedule
Dec. 8 Bend Away 3:30 p.m.
Dec. 13 Crook County Warm Springs4 p.m.
Dec. 15 Mt. View Away 4:15 p.m.
Dec. 17 Burns Home 12:30 p.m.
Dec. 19 Redmond Away 4:15 p.m.
Jan. 10 Bend Home 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 12 Mt. View Home 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 17 Crook County Away 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 19 Redmond Warm Springs4 p.m.
Jan. 24 Gilchrist (JV) Away 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 27 Burns Away 4 p.m.
Jan. 31 LaPine (JV) Warm Springs4 p.m.
Feb. 2 Redmond Away 4:15 p.m.
Feb. 4 Wasco County Home 1 p.m.
Feb. 7 Mt. View Away 4:15 p.m.
Feb. 9 Bend Home 3:30 p.m.
Feb. 14 Crook County Away 3:30 p.m.
Feb. 16 Redmond Home 3:30 p.m.
Feb. 18 Wasco County i Away 12 noon
Feb. 21 Gilchrist (JV) Home 3:30 p.m.
erage with the season-opening game
against the Phoenix Suns on
November 4. A satellite downlink
has been installed at the station's
facilties at Kah-Nee-Ta. Broadcast
transmission is provided via the
Galaxy II satellite.
The Trail Blazer radio network
includes 30 stations and provides
Blazer game coverage throughout
Oregon and southwest Washing
ton. The Trail Blazers are the only
professional sports franchise with
their own satellite network. The
system was upgraded from a land
line transmission set up in 1983 "to
provide network affiliates and their
audiences the best reception possi
ble," according to Berlyn Hodges,
vice-president of administration.
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Pictured from left to right are the GOL selections for football. Curt Cosgrove, first team offensive wide receiver
and first team defensive back. Todd Thawley, first team defensive linebacker. Jeremy Sample, honorable
mention at defensive back. Rick Summers, first team at second offensive line. Jason Harris, first team offensive
running back. A ndrew Smith, honorable mention on the offensive line. Not pictured is Jeff Potter who was
selected first team offensive lineman and defensive line.
Madras Buff volleyball team ends successful season
Dec. 8
Dec. 13
Dec. 15
Dec. 17
Dec. 19
Jan. 10
Jan. 31
Feb. 2
Feb. 4
Feb. 7
Feb. 9
Feb. 14
Feb. 17
Feb. IS
Feb. 21
Crook County
Mt. View
Mt. View
Crook County
Gilchrist (JV)
LaPine (JV)
Wasco County
Mt. View
Crook County
Wasco County
Gilchrist (JV)
Warm Springs4 p.m.
Away 3:30 p.m.
Warm Springs4 p.m.
Home 12:30 p.m.
Home 3:30 p.m.
Away 3:30 p.m.
Away 3:30 p.m.
Home 3:30 p.m.
Away 4:15 p.m.
Warm Springs 4 p.m.
4 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
12 noon
3:30 p.m.
The Madras White Buffalo vol
leyball team completed its finest
season under the helm of Margaret
Sturza as coach.
This year the Buff gals tied the
Vale Vikings for the Greater Oregon
League title, as both teams ended
up with identical records. Madras
and Vale split their series in regular
league play and in the playoffs for
the number one seed from the
GOL, Vale came out the winner.
The Madras Buff volleyball team
was the first to beat a highly rated
Mt. View team in central Oregon.
At state during play at Lane Com
munity College, the Buff girls were
bumped out of contention by
Coquille by the scores of 1 5-8, 9-15
Barrel racers
The Central Oregon Barrel Rac
ers Association is having a winter
jackpot series. Events will be bar
rels, poles, figure 8, goat tying,
breakaway roping and steer daub
ing. Dates for the series are: Novem
ber 13. December 17, January 22.
February 18. March 4 and April
15. Jackpots start at 10 a.m. in the
Madras Indoor Arena.
Call Penny Marston at 489-3356
or Jean Symons at 475-3030 for
more information.
and 5-15, dropping them into the
consolation round. Their next out
ing they posted a 15-13, 10-15 and
15-5 win over Philomath to reach
the consolation finals. At 8 a.m. on
Saturday the Buffs were eliminated
from further tourney play by Clats-
kanie 15-6, 14-15 and 15-8. All
hopes of bringing any hardware
home from the state tournament
were dashed.
After regular season play. Buff
girls were voted to the all-conference
outstanding players and they were
Laura Snow, Ellen Blincoe, Leslie
Freeman, Christel Leonard and
Janel Wiles. This was one of the
best seasons for the team.
Pictured left to right are the GOL selections for volleyball Top row, Janel Wiles, first team. Ellen Blincoe,
honorable mention. Bottom row, Leslie Freeman, second team, Christel Leonard, first teem and Laura Snow,
honorable mention.