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PAGE 6 January 10,
The 33rd Annual Warm Springs
Nations All-Indian Holiday Basketball
tournament came to a close on De
cember 28, with the Oregon Athletics
and the Warm Springs Magpies play
ing for the title.
A year ago these same two teams
met for the championship with the
Warm Springs Magpies coming out
the winner to claim the championship
This year the same two tcamsplayed
for the championship only it was a
reverse of the outcome from a year
ago. The Oregon Athletics outlasting
the determined Magpie team by the
score of 108-102, in a close and hard
played game. The lead changed hands
several times throughout the game but
in the closing minutes the OA team
jumped out a few points and to hold off
the fired up Magpie team in the closing
minutes of the game.
At the end of the first quarter the
Magpies held a slight lead of 31-2S,
after falling behind 10-0, in the open
ing moments of the game.The Oregon
Game by game Re-Cap.
Game 1: Renegades winners by
forfeit over Montana, did not show.
SANTA CLARA 139: Steve
Ledesma 62, Sam Ledesma 12, Ray Penola
8, Dave Tucker 6, Tiger Skinnadore 26,
Seymour Ruben 6, Geoff Miller 6, Leo
BlackbuU 4, Steve Wheeler, Wayne Nez 6,
CHILOQUIN 90: Chad Wilder 32,
Pocket Unive 32, Crayton Jack ion 1 1 , Donnie
Gentry 4, Frank Summers 2, Larry Witcraft
5, Tuffy Kirk 4, Arvid Hoaglen.
SWINOM1SH 1 17: Martin Fryburg
3, Rudy Edwards 2, Mike Wilbur 1 8, Randall
Cook 10, Undy Waters 24, Mike Lesslie 32,
Tandy WUbur4, JJ Wilbur 4, Marvin Wilbur,
Eric Green, Marvin Wilbur Jr. Doug Wilbur.
CHILOQUIN 101: J. Watah 32. N.
Barney 1 4, F. Ray 10, E. Case 17, A. Witcraft,
B. Witcraft 15, J. Law 9, T. Miller, C. Brown
4, Fr. Miller.
Game 4: Nez Perce Nation won
by forfeit, Portland DNS.
OREGON ATHLETICS 138:
Buck Jones 23, Merle Smith 22, Brooker
Jones 20, Jarvis Yellowrobe 27, Vernon
Smanlowit 9, Barry Brady 23, Doug Moltar
1 4, Vern Branson, Tracie Otis, Scott Su:
RENEGADES 87: Kanim Smith 12,
Kyle King 10, Zee Smith 10, Shane Rivera
17, Shawn Rive.-a 4, Toot Pennington 11,
Vernon Suppah Fr. 8, Andy Stacona 1 1 , Jo Jo
Smith 4, Ryan Eagleheart.
WARM SPRINGS MAGPIES
103: Ernie Stevens 8, Roman Suppah 22,
Jerome Davis 6, James Scott 35, Reemo Smith
19, Andy Leonard 10, Mackie Begay 4, Austin
Greene, Tray Leonard Al Estimo.
SANTA CLARA 99: Steve
Ledesma 38, Sam Ledesma 3, Ray Penola 2,
Dave Tucker 12, Tiger Skinnadore 21,
Seymour Ruben 16, Geoff Miller, Steve
Wheeler 7, Wayne Nez, Clint Pitcher.
SWINOMISH 108: Marvin Fryberg
2, Rudy Edwards, Mike Wilbur 1 1, Randall
Cook 11, Andy Waters 12, Mike Lesslie 25,
Tandy Wilbur 1 2, JJ Wilbur, Marvin Wilbur
2. Enc Green 2, Marvin Wilbur Jr., Doug
YAKIMA BUCKS 89: Don Jones
29, Al Doublerunner 9, Darren Olney 24,
Eugene Big Buck, Bobby Sanchey 2, Jabbar
Davis 4, Darrell Eastman, Carl Kalami 16,
Carmen Blake HI, Richard Brisboise 2, Dale
Chico 114: Art Hertnendez 26, Joe
Hutt 24, Ken Bohanan, Sam Hunt 6, Darrel
Ranken 29, Mike Houar, Doug Young, Wes
Hutt 2, Gene Smanlowit 2. John Ley 7, Monty
Daney 10, Orlando Vance 6.
NEZ PERCENATION 105: Jack
McCormack 4, Bob Sobetto 15, Greg Jose
30, Gem Leighton 14, Jesse Leighlen 13,
James Matheny 3, Emmit Taylor, Kevin
EUenwuod 24, Tun Taylor, Vem Johnson,
Johnson Leighton. 9:
YAKIMA BUCKS 81: Don Jones
21, Al Doublerunner, Eugene Big Back,
Bobby Sanchey 12. Jabbar Davis 6, Darrell
Eastman, Carl Kalama 7, Carmen Blake ,
Kevin John 4. Richard Brisboise S, Dale
CRUSADERS 49: Larry Scott 17,
Dan Brisboise 21, Jeff Brisboise 3, Don
Howtopat 2, Butch David 4, Abe Gnmlose,
Holiday basketball tournament action packed with top rated teams
Athletic team kept the pressure on the
Magpies and out scoring them in the
second period 39-1 9, and take a 69-50,
half time lead The see-saw affair
continued throughout the remainder of
the game where the Magpies could not
close the gap on the determined OA
team as they held on to a 86-73 third
quarter lead. In the final quarter the
Magpies came storming back bout
could not overtake the OA team as the
final buzzer sounded with the Oregon
Athletic team ahead for the champi
onship trophy. Tie top scorer for the
OA team was barry Brady who scored
22 for the winners while Brooker Jones
added 2 1 , Buck Jones 19, Merle Smith
16, Scott Sumptcr 11, Doug Maltor 9,
Jarvis Yellowrobe 8, and Ryan Smith
2,Vemon Smanlowit, Bob Main.
Remo Smith topped all scorers for
the game with a total of 29 from three
3 pointers and he was 4 of 6 at the free
throw line. James Scott had 24 points
coming from five 3 pointers and he was
5 for 5 at the free throw line, Ernie
Stevens added 17 points, Jerome Davis
14 points before fouling out, Roman
Suppah 11, Andy Leonard 7, Austin
Kyle King 1 8, Zee Smith 1 4, Shane Rivera 3,
Tool Pennington 1 1, Shawn Rivera, Vernon
Suppah Jr. 1, Andy Stacona 4, Ryan
Eagleheart, Joseph Smith.
CHILOQUIN 61: J. Watah 18. N.
Bamey 4, Jay Ray 15, E. Case 13, A. Witcraft
4, B. Witcraft 1 1, C. Brown 2. Jr. Miller 3.
NEZ PERCE NATION 92: J.
McCormack, B. Sobetto, Greg Jose 34, G.
Leighton 13, J. LEIGHTON 17, James
MATHNEY 6, E. Taylor 11, K. Ellenwood 8,
J. Taylor 2, V. Johnson 1., JH. Leighton.
CHILOQUIN 80: Chad Wilder 20,
Pocket Unive 22, Crayton Jackson 8, Donnie
Gentry 8, Frank Summers 9, Larry Witcraft
2, Tuffy Kirk 6. A. Hoaglen, Willie Bagley 2.
Game 12: Forfeit toSanta Clara:
OREGON ATHLETICS 116:
Buck Jones 28, Merle Smith 19, Brooker
Jones 32, Jarvis Yellowrobe 4, V. Smanlowit.
Barry Brady 1 4, Doug Maltor 1 3, V. Branson,
Scott Sumpter 9, Bob Main.
SWINOMISH 107: Marvin Fryberg
9, Rudy Edwards 2, Mike Wilbur
Cook 21. Randy Waters 27. Mike
Tandy Wilbur 4, JJ Wilbur, Marvin Wilbur,
Eric Green 4, Marvin Wilbur, Doug Wilbur.
WARM SPRINGS MAGPIES
97: Ernie Stevens 12, Roman Suppah 12,
Jerome Davis 25, James Scott 11, Reemo
Smith 27, Andy Leonard 8, Austin Greene,
Tray Leonard, Mackie Begay, Al Estimo 2.
CHICO 95: Art Hernendez 24, Joe
Hutt 7, Ken Bohenon 2, Sam Hunt 6, Darrel
Barker 31, Mike Houar, Doug Young, Wes
Hutt 2, Gene Smanlowit, John Ley 8, Lance
Logan, Monty Daney 2, Orlando Vance 12,
Ken Pemberton 1.
CHILOQUIN 67: J. Watah 25. N.
Bamey 7, J.Ray, E. Case 8, A. Witcraft 1, B.
Witcraft 18, J Law, T. Miller. Jr. Miller 8.
YAKIMA BUCKS 59: Don Jones
19, Al Doublerunner, Darren Olney 10, Eu
gene Big Back, Bobby Sanchey 6, Jabber
Davis 12 Darrell Eastman, Carmen Blake ,
Kevin John 2, Richard Brisboise 10, Dale
SANTA CLARA 99: Steve
Ledesma 14, Sam Ledesma 2, Ray Penola,
Dave Tucker 14, Tiger Skinnadore 42,
Seymour Ruben 7, Geoff Miller 6, Leo Black
Bull 2, Steve Wheeler 12, Wayne Nez, Clint
NEZ PERCE NATION 77: Jack
McCormack, Bob Sabetta 7, Greg Jose 33,
Gem Leighton 7, Jesse Leighton 2, James
Metheny 6, Emmit Taylor 4, kevin Ellenwood
14, Monty Larson, Jim Taylor 4, Vem John
son, Johnson Leighton.
CHICO 76: AnHemandezS.JoeHutt,
Ken Bohanan 6, Sam Hunt 1 1, Darrel Barter,
Mike Hauer 13, Doug Young 4, Wet Hutt
t, Gene Smanlowit 5, John Ley 1 1 , Lance
Logan, Monty Dany, Orlando Vance 6 Ken
CHILOQUIN 52: J. w.uh 22. N.
Barney 0, J. Ray 0, F. Case, Jr.9, A. Witcraft
0, B. Witcraft 5, J. Law 0, T. Miller 0. C
Brown 6, JR Miller 10.
SWINOMISH 83: Martin Fryburg
5, Rudy Edwards, Mike Wilbur 13. Randall
Cook 16, Lindy Watert 23. Mike Lesbe 22.
Tandy Wilbur 4, JJ Wilbur, Marvin Wilbur.
Eric Green, Marvin Wilbur Sr.
Warm Springs, Oregon
Greene, Tray Leonard, Mackic Bcgay,
and AJ Estimo.
In 6th place in the final outcome of
the tourney was Chiloquin 69crs, 5 th
place Santa Clara, 4th Chico, Ca. 3rd
Swinomish, WA, 2nd Warm Springs
Magpies and the winners the Oregon
Athlcucs. Some of the finest Indian
teams from across the nation were on
hand for the three day 33rd annual
holiday tournament Tournament Di
rector Satch Miller stated that they
would in vite a team from Hawaii , to the
next yeais tournament
After each tournament there is al
ways a all tourrarn:nt All-Star team
picked and this yeir ihey were Buck
Jones, Brooker .'ones and Berry Brady
all of the Oregon A tl dctics, Remo Smith
and Roman Suppah form the Magpies,
Mike Leslie, Swinomish, Art
Hemcndez.Lindy Waters, Swinomish,
Tiger Skinaadore, Santa Clara, Greg
Jose, Nez Perce Nation, Jim Watah of
Chiloquin.Sam Hunt Chico..The Most
Valuable Player award went to Brooker
Jones of OA team and the Mr Hustler
award went to James Scott of the Mag
SANTA CLARA 80: Steve
Ledesma 29, Sam Ledesma 2, Ray Penola,
Dave Tucker7,TigerSkinnadore 16, Seym our
Ruben 12, Geoff Miller 4, Leo BlackbuU 2,
Steve Wheeler 8, Wayne Nez, Clint Pilcher.
SWINOMISH 83: Lindy Waters 20,
Mike Leslie 36, Randall Cook 7, Mike Wilbur
12, Marlon Fryburg 6, Tandy Wilbur 2. Rudy
Edwards, Jeromy Wilbur, Eric Green, Marvin
Wilbur Jr., Marvin Wilbur Sr.
CHICO 80: Art Hernandez 10, Joe
Hutt, Ken Bohanon 1, Sam Hunt 17, Darrel
Barker, Mike Hauer, Doug Young, Wes Hutt
4, Gene Snanlowit, John Ley 16, Lance
Logan, Monty Daney 16, O. Vance. 2, Ken
OREGON ATHLETICS 108:
Buck Jones 19, Merle Smith 16, Brooker
Jones 21, Jarvis Yellowrobe 8, Vernon
Smanlowit, Barry Brady 22, Doug Maltor 9,
Scott Sumpter 1 1, Bob Main, Ryan Smith 2.
WARM SPRINGS MAGPIES
102: Ernie Stevens 17, Roman Suppah 11,
Jerome Davis 14, James Scott 24, Reemo
Smith 29, Andy Leonard 7, Austin Greene,
Tray Leonard, Mackie Begay, Al Estimo.
or u.b.A. boxing learn
Gerald S mi th will accompany the
U.S. Boxing team when they travel
to meet the Poland Boxing team in
Warsaw, Poland, on January 19,
1992. On January 24, the team will
travel to Dublin, Ireland, to meet the
Ireland boxing team.
Mr Smith will have quite a re
sponsibility while traveling with
the team as he will be in charge of
the whole group which includes
the head coach Kenny Loehr, of
St Louis, MO, assistant coach,
assistant coach, Danny Romero,
Albuquerque, N.M., refereejudge,
Lyle Aklestad, Sweetgrass, MT,
refereejudge, Lester Hebert, of
30 & Over
All Indian Basketball Tournament
January 10, 11, & 12, 1992
Warm Springs Community Center
Entry Fee $150.00
10 Championship Jackets
10 Hooded Sweatshirts (Runner-Up)
10 Pullover Sweatshirts (3RD Place)
10 T-Shirts(4TH Place)
10 All Star Jackets
MR. Hustle Gym Bag
P.O. Box 6
Warm Springs. OR 97761
(503) 553-1262 (home)
(503) 553-3250 (work)
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of the 33 annual holiday basketball tournament, in ban no. tsjames icon,
won the game and the championship with the Magpies the runners-up.
Buffalo boys win 1, lose 1
The Madras White Buffalo's lose
one win one at the Hood River Valley
Invitational basketball tournament Jan.
3-4, 1992. In the first game the Buffs
Crowley, LA, and physician, Dr. Rich
ard Salina, of San Antonio, TX.
The members of the boxing team are, at
105 lbs.; Danny Davis, Philadelphia, PA,
112 lbs.; Jermaine Fields, Mitchell ville,
MD, 119 lbs.; Wayne Chandler, Miami,
FL, 1 19 lbs ; Lionell, Jr., New York, NY,
125 lbs; Fernando Sanchez, North Las
Vegas, NV, 125 lbs; Kenneth Friday,
Omaha, NY, 132 lbs; Patrice Brooks, Si
Louis, MO, 139 lbs.; Shane Mosley,
Pomona, CA, 147 lbs Dailyn Hutchinson,
Ft. Huachuca, AZ.; 156 lbs. Wayne Blair,
Miami, Fl.; 165 lbs Trey Harris, Conroe,
TX.; 1 78 lbs. Jim Compton, Sl Louis, Mo.
201 lbs; Bhrannon Briggs, Washington
D.C., 201 lbs ; Bobby Harris, Worchester,
MA, 201 lbs; Edward Escobedo,
McKinney, TX. This is a partial list of the
boxing team that will be making the trip.
(503) 553-1953 (home)
(503) 553-1361 (work)
guarded by Buck Jones of the Oregon
fell to The Dalles Indians by the score
of 60-5 1. It was an evenly played game
except for the third quarter when the
Indians out score the Buffs 27-12, to
build up their margin for the win.
Ryan Grote led the scoring for the
Buffs with 19,' Scott Moses 14, Ryan
Boyle 9, Shane Barnes 6, Mark Harris
2, Scott Dalemarter 1, Gerke, Norton,
Leading the way The Dalles was
Ryan with 20, Hanson 15, Caudill 13,
Bradford 5, Earl 2, Krier 2, Hazlatt,
Peterson, Cypher, Hertell.
On Saturday night the White Buf
falos edged the host Hood River team
by the score of 56-54, in a close furnish.
After the first period Madras held a one
point lead 12-11.
Scott Moses led the scoring with 1 8,
Mark Harris 1 1 , Tom Norton 7, Shane
Barnes 6, Leif Suppah 5,Ryan Grote 5,
Gerke 4, Delamarter, Butler. The first
night Hood River defeated Riverside,
Pins come tumbling down at annual holiday
bowling tournament at Pelton Lanes
The 16th annual Warm Springs
Holiday Indian Bowling Tournament
was a success, ending the 1991
bowling season. It was held in con
junction with the Warm Springs
Holiday Indian Basketball Tourna
ment, at the Pelton Lanes in Madras,
December 27-29, 1991.
In teams the finalists consisted of
Last Minutes who totaled 2593 for
the weekend event, and W.S.A.A.
who scored 2536 to take the mens
category. In the ladies section, Wide
Spot Pounders totaled 2577 for the
weekend. For the mixed team cat
egory, On-To-Reno was on top with
2618 as Sybil's Gang followed at
In singles play for the men, Kevin
Urbach was on top at 693, Alley
David at second, scoring 668. In
third was Nathan Monroe with a 645
score. Both Gerald Pickernell and
Chet VanPelt held fourth with 644,
and Joe Badoni trailed at 636. Hel
ena Jones was on top for the ladies
section with a 64 1 score. Lana Shike
was second with a 638 score for the
weekend event and Alice Jackson at
For doubles the finalist were, in
mens, Claude Smith Sr. and Joe
Badoni sat at the top with 1376,
Austin Greene and Jerry Sampson
were runner-up at 1298. Phillip David
and Ray Calica turned in 1 293 for the
event, while Biff Johnson and John
Athletic team in the champbnship game
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Buff girls winners
There were baskets coming from all
angles on Saturday night as the Buff
girls romped over the Panthers of
Redmond by the score of 89-65. The
Buffs were really never in any trouble
during the game as they jumped out to
a 22-7 first quarter lead and led 46-29
at the half.
Becky Dodson led ihe scoring for
the Buffs with 31, Laura Sahme 15,
Shirley Allen 10, Heather Clowers 10,
Machelle Semmilink 9, Louane Foltz
6, Arlinda Duff 3, Runge 3, Margie
Durrett 2, Alyssa Macy.
Leading scorer for the Panthers was
Powell 25, Mason 18, Struck 9,
McDonald 6, Warner 4, Walker 1,
Steele, Unruh. Three pointers for the
Redmond Panthers, Struck 3, Ma
son 2, and for the Buffs Laura Sahme 1 .
Madras had 26 fouls to 21 for the
Wright trailed at 1265. For the ladies
doubles, Sandra Danzuka and Lana
Shike sat on top with 1298. Missy
David and Allee Jackson were second
with 1230. For mixed doubles Libby
Chase and Satch Miller sat on top
with 1366, Missy David and Larry
Scott followed at 1335. Sybil Smith
and Ralph Minnick recorded 1332.
Lana Shike and Ray Shike Jr., totaled
1308, Allee Jackson and Phillip David
scored 1301, while Sandra Greene
and Jerry Sampson trailed at 1295.
For all events, for the men, Austin
Greene sat on top with a 2002 total.
Phillip David was second with 1992,
Joe Badoni sat at third with 1971, and
Francis Napoleon had 1966. For the
ladies, Lana Shike was on top with
1931, Allee Jackson was second at
1926 and Missy David at third with
In the holiday roll-off for the mens
division I, Ray Shike Jr. totaled 1772,
and Helena Jones totaled 1727. In
division II Joe Badoni scored 1647
while Sandra Greene scored 1478.
Special events, high scratch series,
Ray Shike Jr. scored, 226, 289, and
216 for a grand total of 731. High
individual game went to Ray Shike
Jr., and Austin Greene as they had a
289 score and 277.
The Master Champs were, for di
vision I, Jim Yahr and Angie Greene,
and for division II, Gerald Pickernell.