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April 21, 1989
Warm Springs, Oregon
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Buffalo golfers putting right along Buff girls sett,e for spHt at Gadstone
Shauna Craig topped the field in
the Bend Invitational as she turned
in a 78, topping Bend's Bccca Gicr
dorf who had an 84; Shannon
Maicr, Bend, 85; Kristi Phcarson,
Klamath Falls. 88; Kacie Clark.
Bend. 90. which rounds out the top
five for the field.
Shauna won going away from
the field with a three over par 78.
beating Bicradorf by six strokes
and also to break the course record
for high school girls, which was 86.
For the Madras team, Craig had
38-4678; Jcannctte Lindgrcn,
50-53-103; Heather Miller. 55-55-1
10; Merle Kirk. 87-97-184.
The team scores were: Bend,
350; Ontario, 393; Crook County,
463; Madras. 475; Redmond. 476;
Mt. View. 583; and, Klamath Falls,
For the Madras boys, Danny
Story had a 43-45-88; Kevin Story.
42-41-83; Gerald Sampson, 50
4898; Otis Johnson. 48-43-91;
The boys team scores were Bend,
312; Redmond. 351; Madras, 360;
M t. View. 36 1 ; Ontario, 365; Crook
County, 382; and. Burns, 384.
Buffs vs Panthers
The Madras High School girls
golf team traveled to Redmond
where they placed third in the
Bend took the tournament with
a 342 score while Ontario carded a
418. The Buffs tallied 455 which
put them at third. Crook County
scored a 473, North Bend was fifth
with 477. Redmond carded a 493,
Mt. View scored 583 and Klamath
Falls turned in an incomplete.
Shauna Craig led the Buffs with
a 42-4284 score. Jeanette Lind
gren turned in a 47-4693; Heather
Miller carded a 62-50112 and
Merle Kirk shot an 81-85 166 for
the lady Buffs.
The annual Madras Invitational
was held at Kah-Nce- la golf course
Saturday, April 8. The boys placed
second in their own tournament,
improving from a fifth place finish
LaSalle easily won the tourna
ment with a 335 score. The Buffs
were runncrs-up with 364. Glad
stone was right behind with 365.
Mac-Hi was fourth with 373. Burns
followed, carding a 374. Hood River
placed sixth with a score of 379. In
slot seven was Cascade at 396 and
Lutheran brought in a 414 score.
Ken Hasibar of LaSalle received
medalist honors as he shot a 77.
Chad Carnes, Jay Vigiland and
Wes Flight each carded 83 while
Danny Story of Madras was very
close behind with a 40-4484 score.
Other Madras participants followed
close behind as kevin Story had a
43-4689 score; Joe Zachary
carded a 44-5 1 95; Gerald Samp
son shot a 46-5096 and Chris
Earnest had a 49-5 1 1 00 score.
Central Oregon tennis competition tough
The Madras tennis team won
one of four contests Saturday, April
8 as the Buffs hosted both Red
mond and Burns.
The boys lost to the Panthers
5-0. In singles action, Victor Muniz
lost 1 to 6, and 3 to 6 to Manuel
Unger. Aaron Schneider was de
feated by Ryan Blair 3 to 6 and 2 to
6 while Bronson Utter was beaten
by Chad Beaz, 6 to 7 and 4 to 6.
In doubles play, Anthony Hack
man and Dan Comingore were
defeated by Bart Mitchell and Mark
Uyeda 3 to 6 and 1 to 6. David
Hayes and Brad Rasmussen of
Redmond were victorious over Jeff
Collins and Don Hilker 2 to 6 in
In girls action, the Buffs lost to
Redmond 2 to 3. In the singles div
ision Janel Wiles took a 2 to 6, 3 to
6 loss to Missy April. Leslie Free
man lost to Heidi Beach, 1 to 6,
won 6 to 2, then lost the third 0 to 6.
Jennifer Hackman challenged
Shannon Marigan and lost the first
match up 2 to 6, won the second 7
to 6 and lost the third 4 to 6.
In the doubles competition Amy
Jolstead and Kelly Glenn defeated
Michelle Rodgers and Leire Itur
riage 6 to 2 in both matches, while
Christa Vibbert and Kim Bushlach
defeated Carol Twalt and Stacy
Holtby 7 to 5 and 6 to 2.
Their next competition was burns
as the boys defeated the Hilanders
4 to 0. Bronson Utter defeated
Doug Sherman 6 to 1 in both
matches. Anthony Hackman was
victorious over Eric Swindlehurst
6 to 0 and 6 to 2, while Marcus
Telfer beat Richard Doty 7 to 6
and 6 to 2.
In doubles action the Hilanders
were victorious over Madras 4 to 1 .
Amy Jolstead took a loss to Angie
Watts by 2 to 6 and 3 to 6. Kelly
Glenn was beaten by Heather Glerup
5 to 7 and 4 to 6 as Jennifer Hack
man was defeated by Angie Foster
4 to 6 and 5 to 7.
In doubles action Leslie Free
man and Janel Wiles defeated
opponents Karen Reed and Rachel
Reid 6 to I and 6 to 3. Christa
Vibbert and Kim Bushlach were
defeated by Sara Reid and Carrie
Whitney, I to 6 and 4 to 6.
Lynn Tana washa pitched a shut
out in the first game as the Buff
girls softball team posted a 2-0 win
over their Tri-River opponents of
Gladstone. It wasn't until late in
the game when the Buffs got on
track and started things hopping to
start their rally from the bat of
Angie Namenuk who belted a sin
gle out into the out field driving in
two runs which was enough to give
the Buffs the win. Lynn allowed
only four hits during the game and
collected 5 strike-outs and gave up
only two walks, but the Buff girls
held together to get the win.
In the second game the Buff girls
were full of fumbles and overthrows
that gave Gladstone the opportun
ity to build a big lead and held on,
forcing the Buffs to play catch-up
the rest of the game. They came
close to pulling it out as their rally
fell short leaving the score Glad
stone 6-5 over the Buffs.
Buffs VS St Mary's
The Buff girls varsity softball
team traveled to St. Marys of the
Valley on Saturday, April 15, and
pounded out a couple of victories
winning their first game 16-1, as
Marty Schmith collected the win
allowing St. Marys only one hit. In
CC wins two
the second game the Bulls con
tinued to hit away and came out
the winners by the score of 13-1.
Jocclyn Moses hit a home run for
the winners while pitcher Saphro-
nia Coochisc picked up the win giv
ing up four hits during the game.
The next game will be at home
April 22, as they host Banks in a
The Madras White Buffalo boys
Mac-Hi takes double header JK3&y&
boys in a non-league double header
Buffs tallied 2. Madras then col-1-.. iai.u" AP"U5.,
The Madras boy's varsity base
ball team traveled toMilton-JFrce-water,
Saturday April 8, to chal
lenge the Pioneers.
The Buffs had a chance to evenly
split a double header with Mac-Hi
but failed as the Pioneers scored
two runs in the bottom of the sev
enth inning to win the second game.
In the first game the Buffs were
swept by their opponents 3 to 1 1.
Grady McRay, Pioneer pitcher
threw a five-hitter along with com
pleting a two-run homerun in the
lected 6 .more, runs in the fourth
inning to pull the Buffs ahead 9 to
5, the Pioneers took the challenge
as they rallied five runs to regain
the lead 9 to 10.
The White Buffaloes as visitors
started the final inning at bat as
they once again took the lead by
scoring two, but as the pioneers
finished off the seventh, Pat Moo
ney hit a two-run single to finalize
the game to a 11-12 victory for
themselves over Madras. The Buffs
aic now j anu overau, ana v-z in
The error-prone Buffs dropped
" the first game 14-3, while the Cow
boys collected 12 hits and took
advantage of the Buff errors to
take the game.
It was an 1 1 hit effort by the
Crook County Cowboys to take
the second game by the score of
13-6. The win gave Crook County
a 10-6 overall standing while Mad
ras went to a 3-7 standing.
Lynn Tanewasha, on the mound in a game against Gladsone, pitched a
shut-out over the Gladiators. Madras won the game 2-0. The Buffs had to
settle for a split as they lost the second game 6-5.
In the second game, Mac-Hi, the Greater OreeohLeasue season
scored 5 in the first inning as the
Buffs defeat Panther J Vs
Reservation Runner's feed, raffle successful
The Madras varsity baseball team
traveled to Redmond Thursday,
March 30 where they defeated the
JV squad of Panthers. The score
was a six to two non-league victory
for the Buff boys.
The Buff opponents scored first
in the opening inning as the Buffs
responded in the second inning
when Brown was hit by a pitch and
rotate around the diamond to score
for MHS. The score remained one
up until the Buffs came to the plate
again and Delton Trimble scored.
Madras was then up on Redmond
two to one until the fourth, when
the Panthers tallied another run.
In the fifth inning the Buffs col
lected four runs as two came from a
home run hit by Joel Martinez.
The remainder of the game was
Maurice Smith also hit two sin
gles in the third and fifth innings,
while Gary Smith powered a dou
ble in the fifth and totaled two
RBIs for the Buffs.
The spaghetti feed on April 1 1
was a success. Special thanks to all
the people who donated their time,
the people who donated desserts
and especially to those who sold
the tickets. Of course, the feed
would not have been possible if not
for the people who bought the
tickets and attended the feed. A big
thank you to all those people.
The running club is currently
planning the Pi-Ume-Sha run that
will be held June 24. Club members
are hoping to get input from com-
40th annual rodeo to be held May 20, 21
The Ty wama Saddle Club's 40th
annual All-Indian Rodeo will be
held Saturday and Sunday, May
20 and 21 in Tygh Valley. Rodeo
action will get underway at 1 p.m.
both days. Tygh Valley is located
30 miles south of The Dalles on
Entry information for the West
ern States Indian Rodeo Association-sanctioned
rodeo is as follows:
Books open May 8 at 5 p.m. and
close May 1 7 at 5 p.m. Pacific Day-
Birny Tufti ,
Alvis Smith Jr
WalkAmerica set for April 29 Frances Stwyer
Lyle Rhoan Sr.
with buckles being awarded in all
Along with the rodeo there will
be several other scheduled events.
Queen selection will be Saturday,
May 20 at 11 a.m. Open to all
tribes. Entrants must be single and
between 15 and 18 years of age.
Must be mounted and in full Indian
Western dances will be held Fri
day and Saturday evenings start
ing at 9 p.m. Also scheduled is an
Indian Arts and Crafts Fair and a"
Buckaroo Breakfast. The breakfast
starts Sunday at 6:30 a.m. and con
tinues until 10:30 a.m. Cost will be
$4 for adults and $2.50 for children.
Sunday will be Senior Citizen's
Day. Seniors will be admitted to
the rodeo at half-price. Admission
otherwise is: adults $5; kids $2 and
small children are admitted free of
lirrht Tim flffip hMirc a r n m
to 9 p.m. only. Phone entries to In support of the March of Dimes....
Ginger Smith at (503)553-1526.
Mail entries to Ginger Smith,
Rodeo Secretary; PO Box 541;
Warm Springs, OR 97761. Mail
entries must reach the secretary no
later than 5 p.m. May 17. make
entries payable to Tywama Saddle
Club. No Canadian currancy will
be accepted. Cash or money orders
only. For more information
between now and May 7, please
call (503)553-1860 after 5 p.m.
Rodeo events will include saddle
bronc, bareback and bull riding
(open to first 32 paid entries for
bull riders only); bull dogging, calf
roping, wild cow milking, team
roping (entry fee $90 per team, two
loops and must enter as a team, one
go-around), girls barrel race and
wild horse racing (limit to first 16
teams, no set-ups, no trade-outs).
Entry fees are $45 unless otherwise
specified. Purse is $500 per event
Lace up your walking shoes to
help prevent birth defects like
Down's Syndrome low birthweight
and spina bifida. The March of
Dimes biggest fundraiser, Walk
America, is coming Saturday,
"We promise everyone a day of
great fun and exercise," said John
Curnutt, event chairperson. "Each
participant obtains sponsors to back
him in the 20 kilometer (12 mile)
Walkers will begin the walk at 8
a.m. from Madras High School.
This year, walkers will be eligible
for premium prizes based on the
amount of money they raise. For
example, a walker who collects
$100 to $199 will receive one Burger
King Whopper a month for a year;
for $ 1 ,600 to $ 1 ,999, a video cassette
recorder. All prizes have been
donated by local businesses and
Last year, over 1,000 walkers
raised $72,000 throughout the
chapter. This year, the goal is
One in every 14 babies is born
with a birth defect. Join forces with
the March of Dimes by participat
ing in WalkAmerica. Sponsor sheets
are available at Ahern's. B.C.'s
Home Video and Tiger Mart in
For more information, call John
Curnutt at 475-6425 or Dan Ahern
Baby Pendleton Blanket
A pair Earrings
A Pair Earrings
A pair Earrings
Drum Mirror Ornament
Blue Quartz Watch
Black Quartz Watch
2 Video Rentals
AMFM Clock Radio
A Needlepoint Pillow
Macrame Bank Doll
munity members on what can be
done to make the run a success.
New club members are still being
sought. Contact anv of the club
officers, Oliver Kirk, Francelia
Miller, Val Squiemphen, Sandra
Greene and Normandie Phelps, for
Leroy Allen Sr.
On behalf of the Running Club and Stan Kneeland, a special thanks goes
to the people that donated items and especially to those that bought the
tickets. We couldn't have done it without you!