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Madras girls' cross-country team places tenth at state
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Pictured are the top 10 finishers at the State Cross Country finals held at Lane Community Cotleeei Eueene. ,
Startingfrom left to right are 10th, Natasha Bushnell, Philomath; 9th, J tannine Davis, Pleasant Hill; 8th,
Stephanie Bitman, Rogue River; 7th, AlyssaMacy, Madras; 6th, Stacy Thomas, Gold Beach; 5th. Heidi
Bomengen, Lakevlew; 4th A my Flora, Myrtle Point; 3rd, Kelly Teamey, Henley; 2nd, Monica Davidson,
Reedsport and 1st, A ndrea Garner, Illinois Valley.
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ThurmanSquiemphen coming to the finish line comoletinp the.0(il).mtrStni
Lane Community College course.
Thirty-two schools from turned in the winning time of Other runners for the Buffs were
throughout the state were repres- 10:35.9, well ahead of the second 68th-Jennifer Mollman 12:27.3, It ¬
emed at the state cross-country place finisher. Allysa s time was 75th-Sheylene Boise 12:31.0, 81st
meet held at Lane Community Col- 11:1 2.9. still eood enoueh to eive Jolene Boise 1 2:37.8. 8Sth-Arlinda
lege in Eugene, Oregon. Allysa her seventh place over the 3000- Duff 12:46.0, 94th-Becky Soliz
Macy, a treshman, placed seventh meter course. Monica Davidsen of 12:59.9, lllth-Marcy Hawes
to lead the White Buttaloes cross- Reedsport was second. Third place 13.51.1. The Buff team, a young
county team to lemn piace in over- went to Keney leamy, Heniey, team, most ot tnem iresnmen,
all team standings. fourth to Amy Flora, Myrtle Point, should be heard from again in the
Allysa took command of the Heidi Bomengen took fifth, Lake- future.
race early and set a fast pace. The view, sixth went to Stacy Thomas, The bovs had two entrants which
fast pace took a lot out of Allysa Gold Beach; seventh to Allysa qualified for the state meet and
and as time passed the experience Macy, Madras, Stephanie Gigman they were Scott Dalamarter who
ot tne outer gins iook its ton, espe- placed eigntn, Kogue Kiver. Jean- nlaced33rd with the time of 17:52.8.
cially that of Andrea Garner of nine Davis took ninth, Pleasant and Thurman Squiemphen who
Illinois Valley who took the lead Hill and tenth place went to Nata- placed 85th with the time of 19:04.0 Leading the pack at left is A ndrea Garner of Illinois Valley and A llysa Macy oj 'Madras, near midwav throuph
away from Allysa and was never sha Bushnell, Philomath. over the 5000-meter course. the 3,000-meter girls Cross Country State finals on the LCC course in Eugene.
challenged the rest of the way. She
Madras falls to Tiaers 3 N Livestock ladies win state tournament of champions
. f The 3 N Livestock Ladies bowling Wichita Kansas The team recently that tnnrnampnt rame frnm the activities to nelD detraV trave
The Madras White Buffaloes
closed out their regular football
season dropping a close barnburner
to league champs, the Ontario Tig
ers, 28-25, on October 24.
The Tigers, the Beast from the
East, had their hands full with a
scrappy Buff team as they invaded
Eastern Oregon, to attack the Beast
right in his own cave, giving them
quite a scare. It was a battle right
down to the wire, as Ontario really
had to play ball to pull this one out,
and thanks to the Buffs three PAT
misses. When the final buzzer
sounded, the Tigers knew their
cage was really rattled.
The Buffs lit up the scoreboard
first in the opening minutes of play
as they kicked off to the Tigers and
pounced on a mis-handled ball.
Three plays later they scored on a
1 0 yard run. The PAT was good by
a kick by Justin Chester which put
the Buffs out in front 7-0. From
there the game went into a hard
hitting battle on both sides and
Ontario was able to even the score
at 7-7 as the first quarter ended.
It was a duel between Jason
Harris and Krahn of Ontario as
each back carried the ball 25 times
each with Harris getting the edge
with a total of 144 yards to 130 for
offs for the Tigers and they will
face Cascade who has an identical
record as the Tigers with a 7-2
record. Also, the Tigers have the
hometown field advantage for their
first game. In the meantime, the
Burns Hilanders, who sewed up the
No. 2 spot in the GOL, will travel
to meet the Hood IRiver Valley
team who are the champs of the
Tri-Valley league and are sporting
a 9-0 record, and should give the
Hilanders quite a game.
The Buffs fell victim to the Hood
River Valley team earlier in the
season in a close game where the
Hood River team had to really
hold off a determined Buff squad
in the final half of the game. The
Buffs have dropped a few close
games especially on the road and
some them resulted by not getting
the PAT's. The Buffs had a real
tough schedule this year and are
looking to the next, which might be
a better one.
The 3 N Livestock Ladies bowling
team, consisting of Anna Clements,
captain, Angie Greene, Norene
Greene, Margie Tuckta and Birney
Tufti, won the 1989 "30th Annual
Tournament of Champions" bowl
ing tournament held in Milwaukie,
Oregon in June, 1989. The tour
nament consists only of teams that
finish first or second in their league.
The 3 N team had quite a climb
to accomplish this honor. The team
was tied with another team at the
end of the first third of league play.
The 3 N team, a member of the
Tuesday Twister league, won their
Then, at the end of the season,
the three winners of each third of
league play had a roll-off for first
and second places for eligibility to
enter the Tournament of Cham
pion. The 3 N team came out oh
top against teams with high handi
caps. The 3 N Livestock team also
travels to nationals and all-Indian
tournaments in Reno, Las Vegas
and Carson City, Nevada and in
Holiday bowling tourney set
Each team was able to score a
TD in each quarter but the Buffs
were unable to convert on their
PAT's after a successful first kick
which was good, and after that a
kick failed and two passes fell
incomplete. At any rate the Onta
rio Tigers knew the Buffs were
there to play balL
So now, it's on to the state play-
The fourteenth annual Warm
Springs Indian Holiday Bowling
Tournament will be held December
29, 30 and 3 1 , 1 989 at Pelton Lanes
Mens and womens teams will
bowl Friday, December 29 begin
ning at 6:30 p.m. and on Sturday,
December 30 beginning at I p.m.
Entry fee per team is $40.
Mixed teams will bowl on Fri
day, December 29 at 9 p.m. and
again on Saturday, December 30
beginning at II a.m. Entry fee is
$40 per team.
Sineles and doubles will bowl at
3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Saturday,
December 29. Entry fee is $10 per
person per event.
Mixed doubles will bowl at 1 1
a.m., 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Sunday,
December 31. Entry fee is $10 per
Mens and womens masters will
bowl at 9 p.m. on Saturday, Decem
ber 30. Entry fee is $ 1 5 per person.
Holiday roll-off for men and
women will be at 3 p.m. on Sun
day, December 3 1 . Entry fee is $3
For more information, contact
Wichita, Kansas. The team recently that tournament came from the activities to help oetray traveling
placed second in a tournament in western United States. costs. They would like to thank
Carson City, Nevada. Bowlers in The team conducts fund-raising everyone who has supported them.
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The 3 N Livestock ladies bowling team are pictured. They are: (left to right) Birney Tufti, Margie
Tuckta, Noreen Greene, Angie Greene, and team captain Anna Clements.
Buff volleyball team bumped out of tourney
A trip to the state play-offs for
the Madras White Buffalo Vol
leyball team was short lived at
Lane Community College, in
Eugene, Oregon on November 9,
10 and II, 1989.
On the opening round the Buffs
met a fired up Lake View Honker
team who beat the Buffs in two
sets, dropping them into the conso
lation bracket right off the start
and on Friday morning. Sweet
Home put the cream on the pie by
eliminating the Buffs from further
tourney play, beating them two out
of three sets.
In losing to the Lakeview
Honkers, the first set was by the
score of 10-1 5, where for a moment
it appeared like the Buffs were get
ting things together and closed the
gap on the Honkers, but with little
mistakes Lakeview capitolized on
to pull the game out. In the second
game the score tee-sawed at the
early stages of the game and all of a
sudden the Honkers came out with
a flurry to pull far ahead of the
Buffs and coasted in for the win.
On Friday morning they took to
the floor at 8 a.m. to face Sweet
Home, dropping the first game 13
15, then comming back to win the
second 4-15, but in the last game.
Sweet Home came back to take
that one 10-15, to put an end to
their tourney play for this year.