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Warm Springs, Oregon
MHS volleyball team loses their season opener to the Bend Lava Bears
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Thursday, September 10 ihc Ma
dras tligh School volleyball teams
played host to the Bend Lava Bears,
The freshman girls lost in two games,
5-15, 2-15. The Junior Varsity team
lost 5-15 and 13-15. The Varsity
squad also lost to Bend 1 1 -1 5 and 1 5
17. The served 91 and had 41
serve receives. On offense they had
21 kills out of 67 attempts and 21
block kills. Junior, Stephanie Harris
lead the offense with 10 spike kills
and 10 block kills.
Saturday, September 12 the Lady
Buffs traveled to Prairie City to take
part in a tournament. In the first game
Madras played Prairie City, they lost
7-15 and 6-15. In game two against
Crook County, the Buffs won 15-9,
15-3. Also victorious in game three
against Baker 15-7, 15-7. Pendleton
was their fourth opponent, which they
lost to 1-15, 10-15. The last match
was against Hcrmiston and the Buffs
lost 6-15, 5-15.
The final results were as follows:
Pendleton 5-0, Hcrmiston 4-1, Prai
rie City 3-2, Madras 2-3, Baker 14,
and Crook County 0-5. ,
The White Buffaloes served less
than 90 over the five games played.
Their passing averaged 46 and of
fense averaged 10 kills per game.
Coach Margaret Sturza stated, "It
was an experiment with the line up,
every game was different". "They
played well over the weekend, they
gave me ideas on what we need to
work on. No one stood out, it was a
great team effort". .
Madras High School Volleyball team played host to the Lava Bears of Bend Thursday, September 10. The Buffaloes fell short to the Bears 11-15, 15-17.
Warm Springs topsAhern's 1st Annual
Last weekend, September 12-13,
1992, the 1st Annual Ahcrn's Invita
tional was held at the high school in
Madras. The bracket consisted of nine
teams which started Saturday with
round robin seating for Sunday.
Participating teams were; Ahern's,
Juanita's of Hood River, All Star
Sports of The Dalles, Warm Springs,
Dogs of Brightwood, BWSS
Brightwood Swing Shift, Oscar's
Box, Strutz Antiques, and Felix of
Sunday mornings first game was
Warm Springs vs. Ahcrn s. Warm
Springs was on top 17-16. Juanita's
was the second opponent for Warm
Springs at 9:30 as they won again 19
8. Donnie Bagley hit two home run
hits, one in the first and one in the
second inning. After the second
victory they braked until 2:40 at
which time they played Oscar's Box
and were defeated 2-5.
Warm Springs then went down to
the losers half of the bracket and
were set up toplay Juanita's again, as
they won once again with 8-4 being
the score. This put them in champi
onship position against Oscar's Box
who had a perfect record. Which
meant Warm Springs needed to win
twice to become the champions.
During the first game Warm
Springs player Mike Lesley hit and
RBI home run in the fourth as Virgil
Windyboy hit one in the fifth, to add
to the other ten points from the rest of
the team. Oscar's only received three
points. During the second champi
onship game Warm Springs fielders,
Thomas Adams and Virgil Windyboy
played exceptional defense in the
outfield as they were victorious again
The fourth place trophy and T
shirts went to Felix, the third place
trophy and T-shirts went to Juanita's,
and the runner up trophy and T-shirts
went to Oscar's Box. The 1992
Ahcrn's Invitational went to Warm
Springs as they received a trophy and
All stars were chose as follows;
Felix-Steve Pierce, Juanita's-Ernie
Dclgato and Mike Vorce, Oscar's
Box-Frank Armstrong, Sid Towell,
and Rick Baldwin. The champions
received four all-stars and one M. V.P.
all-stars were; Dean Adams, Andy
Stacona, Ray Shike, Jr., and Donnie
Bagley, with Most Valuable Player
being Cy Jim.
The Warm Springs team consisted
of: Dean Adams, Thomas Adams,
Donnie Bagley, Cy Jim, John
Katchia, Jr., Andy Leonard, Mike
Lesley.Ray Shike, Jr., Andy Stacona,
Willie Stacona, Tiger Van Pelt, and
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1992 Ahern's Invitational champions are pictured left to right: Front row-Ray Shike ,Jr.,Willie Stacona, Dean Adams,
Tiger Van Pelt, Thomas Adams. Back Row-John Katchia, Jr., Cyjim, Andy Leonard, Donnie Bagley, Mike Lesley,
Virgil "Bird" Windyboy, and Andy Stacona.
Leonard and Smith strongly urge others to exercise
The Exerciser of the Month for
August is Andy Leonard. Lately, he
has been doing a lot of running,
stretching, using the running trotter,
first home game
FtiSept 18 at 7:30
vs. Crook County
stationary bike riding and the stair
stepper. Leonard exercises twice a
day, approximately 15 hours a week.
He has been exercising on a regular
schedule since January 1 992. He feels
his own self inspired him to exercise,
due to activities that he does such as
basketball, volleyball, running and
Softball help keep him in shape. He
feels that an exercise program ben
efits him a lot from the job stand
point because he sets an example to
the youth he works with when he
coaches sports events. His goal when
exercising is to stay in shape year
He feels his "stumbling blocks"
when it comes to exercising regularly
or staying with his program is trying
to do to much, which leads to burn
out Also his old injuries from running
and playing basketball. His "secret"
way of handling his stumbling blocks
is to schedule his activities sepa
rately. Other active hobbies he has are
playing Softball, and being a member
of Joseph Branson's Martial Arts,
which is a current yellow belt rank he
attends in Redmond, Oregon twice a
week. He has been involved with
Martial Arts for about a year.
Leonard prefers exercising alone
or with his walkman. Some of his
family members also exercise, his
sister Christcl exercises and plays
basketball, his brother Tray trains in
Fire Management and also play s bas
ketball and his father Uren joes.
If Leonard had no limitations
whatsoever and could do any activity
he really wanted to do he would be
running in long distance events, be
cause it makes him feel good about
himself and his body feel satisfied.
His "words of wisdom" he would
like to share with others about exer
cise are, "Never start out hard, pace
yourself. You can't get results in one
day, it takes time. Starting out hard
will either result in injury or burnout.
Bodies are like a car, you got to keep
it maintained or running good or it
will break down".
Leonard suggest "please go down
to the Community Center and try the
exercise equipment We offer the fit
ness room, free weightroom, aerobics
and daily gym activities".
Also, exerciser of the month for
August is Claude Smith, III. He is a
junior in high school and has been
lifting weights, jogging and condi
tioning in football practice. Me has
been jogging everyday since Mid
July, ufting weights everyday since
the end of May, and conditioning
five times a week since football
started at the end of August. He feels
he is the one that motivated himself
to exercise so he could become a
better athlete. Smith feels coach
Bruce Recce was the one who in
spired him. He feels he benefits from
exercise because it puts him n better
shape, so he can play better football
and play more in the future, such as
His "stumbling block" is weekend
trips, when he is out of town, he is not
likely to exercise.
Other active hobbies arc baseball,
fishing, hunting, and summer soft
ball. Smith prefers exercising alone,
except when he is lifting weights.
Some of his family members also
exercise, his parents Claude Jr. and
Versa go walking and his sister
Rachel rides her bicycle along side
him as he jogs.
When asked if anything funny has
ever happened to him while he was
exercising, he said, "When I was
jogging couple times, someone would
stop and ask me if I needed a ride
home, so I caught a ride on home".
Smith feels "Others should do a
lot of exercising, at least 4 times a
week, eat good foods and drink a lot
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Registration is now open for
St. Pat's Cowdeo
to be held
October 17 & 18
at Jefferson County Fairgrounds
Kids ages 6-14 are eligible
To register please contact Kathryn Bain at
Registration will close October 1 0, 1 992 or
earlier if events fill
Third annual Senior's Health Fair to
be held September 30
Claude Smith, in
"Back to School Day for Seniors"
is the title for the third annual Senior's
Health Fair sponsored by Mountain
View Hospital and Nursing home.
The Wednesday, September 30 Se
nior Health Fair will be held at the
new senior center in Madras from 8
a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Screenings, educational displays
and entertainment will be part of this
years health fair as will be several
presentations. The Consumer Infor
mation Coordinator for the Oregon
Department of Justice will speak on
various ways scam and fraud artists
FNP of Mountain View Family Care u
Clinic will discuss how to talk with i
health care providers and what pa
tients should expect from their1
visiLThe ABC's of Nutrition" will u
be presented by Mountain View
Hospital District Dietitian Sally
Tuition for the "Back to School
Day for Seniors" is $5.00 which in--i
eludes lunch and handouts. '
For more information call Moun-
tain View Wellness coordinator Eva '
Montee at 475-3882.