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    6 April 14, 1995
Warm Springs, Oregon
Spilyay Tymoo
Spilyay Tymoo Sports
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Managing USA boxing team takes Gerald Smith to Cuba
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USA Boxing Team manager Gerald Smith, far left, bottom row, with team members and coaches
to Cuba, I had a dream two months
before about being in Cuba," ex
plains USA team manager Gerald
Smith of Warm Springs.
"On the morning of January 9
1995, while still in bed asleep, I
by Bob Medina
: The air was clean, as was the wa
ter, non-polluted. The ocean water
was clear, aqua colored, and the
beaches had white sand. But before I
knew anything about this boxing trip
recived a telephone call from USA
staff manager Dave Lubs. Before
Dave could say anything I answered
the phone, not knowing who was on
the other end, saying 'Yes I'll go"!
"Dave, confused by what he had
just heard, responded by asking,
'How did you find out? Who's talked
to you already?' I finally told Dave
that no one had said anything to me,
that I had just said that as a joke.
After all was said, Dave informed me
that I had been choosen team man
ager for a boxing tournament in
Matanzas, Cuba.
"The trip was great," says Gerald.
From what I've heard from the three
coaches and seven USA boxers, ev
eryone loved it. The Cardin Cordova
tournament in Matanzas, Cuba was
an excellent competition. Of course
there were the Cuban number one
and two teams that included the
world's number one boxers in each
weight division," says Gerald. "The
USA athletes were gentlemen and
competed to the best of their abili
ties. We're proud to say.they came
back with five bronze medals. No
one backed down from the Cuban
boxers but rather stepped it up two or
three notches."
The Cuban people seem friendly,
proud and certain of who they are, as
well as where they are. Being in
Cuba was like stepping back in time
to the I950's or early I960's. It has
roads without cars, buildings with
out lights and fields without tractors.
It was a great trip and a different
experiance and I do plan on returning
on my own someday."
Upon returning to the United
States, I recived word that I had again
been choosen team manager and that
the German Boxing Federation had
requested the USA team to train in
Berlin, Germany April 18 to May 15
1995 prior to the world champion
ships. Before closing, Gearld wanted to
express his thanks to his family and
friends for being supportive and un
derstanding. Thank you, USA box
ing and USA boxing team members.
Thank you all for the honor and re
spect for permitting me to be your
team manager.'
Madras High School Spring
sports schedule
Track and Field
April 18
April 20
April 22
April 27
April 29
May 2
May 4
May 6
May 6
May 11
May 13
May 19
May 20
May 26
Softball
April 18
April 21
April 25
April 28
May 2
May 5
May 6
May 9
May 12
May 15
May 16
Bend
vs Estacada
French Prairie
LaSalle
Portland Christian
Sisters
Crook County
Gladstone
(Sherwood)
Gladstone
(MOC)
Cascade
(MOC)
Cowapa League
Rotary Invitational
DistrictThe Dalles
DistrictThe Dalles
StateU of 0
FX Boys and Girls
JVA Boys and Girls
V Boys and Girls
V Boys and Girls
JVV Boys and Girls
JVA Boys and Girls
FS Boys and Girls
JVA Boys and Girls
VBoys
V Girls
JVA
The Dalles
Valley Christian
LaSalle
Gladstone
Portland Christian
Estacada
Redmond
Sherwood
The Dalles
Valley Christian
LaSalle
JVV1
JVA1
JVA1
JVA1
JVA1
JVA1
JV2
JVA1
JVA1
JVA1
JVA1
United Tribes take 1 3th Annual 6 ft. & Under
Varsity Baseball
April 17
April 18
April 21
April 25
April 27 -April
28
May 2
May 5
May 9
May 12
May 18-22
May 26, 27,31
June 3 v -j. i . ...
LaPine
Sherwood
Gladstone
Estacada
LaPine
Portland Christian
Burns
LaSalle
The Dalles
Sherwood
League Playoffs
4 pm
4 pm
9:30 am
3:30 pm
Noon
3:30 pm
4 pm
3:30 pm
11:30 a
3:30 pm
11 am
3 pm
11 am
TBA
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
11 am
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
3 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
,:.OSAA Playoffs
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Spilyay Tymoo photo by Saphronla Katchia
United Tribes of Lapwai, Idaho was victorious over the Warm Springs Magpies 1 10-98 during
championship game Sunday, April 2.
The Warm Springs Magpies
' held their 13th Annual 6 ft. and
Under Basketball Tourney at the
Warm Springs Community
! Center, March 31 through April
;' 2, 1995.
; Fourth place went to the Hoopa
' Buckeyes of Hoopa, California.
They were defeated 65-78 by the
Wapato Redmen of Wapato,
; Washington. Runner-up was the
W.S. Magpies, who were defeated
98-110 by United Tribes of
Lapwai, Idaho.
All-stars named were; Kanim
Smith, Jr. of Eagle Spirits, Warm
Springs, Jonathan Takes Enemy
and Moose Senator of Wapato
Redmen, Washington, Billy
Colville of Hoopa Buckeyes, Tim
Brown of Northwest Younguns,
Darren Leslie of Goldendale,
Washington, Andy Leonard and
Reemo Smith of W.S. Magpies,
Bob Sabotta and Scotty Williams
of United Tribes.
Most Valuable Player was
awarded to James Matheny of
United Tribes. Earl Elliott of
Portland Wolfpack received Mr.
Hustle. Sportsmanship went to the
Northwest Young Guns of
Yakama, Washington.
A 3-point shoot out was held
Sunday afternoon. Jon Takes
Enemy of Wapato Redman
received $ 1 00 for making the most
3-pointers
Other teams who participated
were the Valley Panthers of
Toppenish, Washington,
Sidwalter Scouts, Timberwolves,
and the Yakama Showboys.
The raffle that was scheduled
to be held Sunday was post-poned
due to lack of ticket sales. It will
take place at the completion of the
Blackwolf 6 foot & Under Plus 1
Tournament this weekend.
Boys Golf
April 17
April 21
April 24
April 26
April 28 .
May 1
May 4
May 10
May 12
May 15, 16
May 22, 23
Girls Golf
Madras, Sisters
Mt. View, Bend JV
Mt. View V
Madras 9 Peaks JV
Sisters JV
CO Classic Eagle Crest V
MlView JV
CO Classic V
Prineville V
CO Classic V
District Eagle Crest
State Eagle Crest
April 17
April 18
April 21
April 22
April 24
April 28
May 1
May 2
May 15, 16
May 22, 23
Tennis
April 18
April 20
April 22
April 22
April 25
April 29
May 4
May 6
May 12, 14
May 19, 20
Redmond Tourney. JV
Crook County Invtl. V
Mt. View Invtl.
Madras Invtl.
Madras Tourney
Bend Invtl.
Bend Invtl.'
Mt. View Invtl.
District
State
Mt. View V
Bend
Madras Invtl.
Sherman County
Crook County
Greater Or. T.
Wahtonka
Bend Dougles
District
State
Eagle Ridge V
JV
V
JV
V
Eagle Ridge
Eagle Ridge
Boys and Girls
Boys and Girls
Girls
Boys
Boys and Girls
Boys and Girls
Girls
Boys and Girls
Sunriver
Corvallis
3:30 pm
I pm
3:30 pm
II am
1 pm
3:30 pm
1 pm
1 pm
1 pm
3:30pm
1 pm
1 pm
Noon
3:30 pm
1 pm
3:30 pm
1 pm
9 am
4 pm
4 pm
9 am
9 am
4 pm
8 am
4 pm
8 am
Bold indicates that sport is played in Madras.
Annual Reservation Relay set for May 6
Each team
The 8th Annual Reservation Relay
is May 6, 1995, at the Kah-Nee-Ta
Resort starting at 9:00 a.m.
(staggered times for teams with a
predicted eight hours or more - 7:30
a.m.). Registration fee is $75.00.
A 58 mile course will begin and
end at the Kah-Nee-Ta Village.
Teams will consist of five runners
each, Juniors may use seven. Each
runner will run 4.0 mile legs, juniors
Warm Springs Open Jackpot Rodeo
April 15, 16, 19951:00 p.m. daily
at the Warm Springs Rodeo Arena
(north of Warm Springs along Kah-Nee-Ta Highway)
Eleven rodeo events
Admission is $5.00 at the gate (no spouse passes)
Annual Mini Marathon set for Saturday
The 10K will be flat and blend
into rolling hills with the turn around
point on the main road. Water stations
will be at the 1 .5 and 3 mile marks.
The 3.0 will be all pavement and
the turn around point will be on the
main road. Water station will be at
the 1 .5 mile turn around.
The 1 .0 mile fun runwalk will be
all pavement.
Awards will be given to overall
winner, male and female will receive
a 1 night stay at the Kah-Nee-Ta
Lodge plus a jogging outfit. All
entries will receive a T-shirt, and a
raffle ticket First through third place
male and female in all age division in
the 14.5, 10K, and 3 mile will receive
medals. Raffle prizes will be a variety
of items.
Discount swim passes at the race
registration desk. All runners must
park on the North Gravel parking lot.
The Kah-Nee-Ta Mini Marathon
is Saturday, April 15, 1995, at Kah-Nee-Ta
Village, 9:00 a.m. for the
14.5 mile and 10:00 a.m. for 10K,
3.0, and 1 mile fun runwalk.
Entry fee is $5.00 without T-shirt,
$10.00 pre-registration, $12.00 day
of the race. You may pre-register at
the Community Center office
Monday through Friday from 8-5.
Day of race registration begins at
8:30 and will continue until 10:00
a.m.
Age groups are: 60 & over, 50-59,
40-49, 30-39, 19-29, 14-18, and 13
& under.
The 14.5 will begin at Simnasho
and blend into rolling hills with two
major hills on course. All blacktop
from start to finish. Shuttle will leave
at 8:15 from Kah-Nee-Ta Village.
Water stations will be at the 4.0, 8,
9.8 and 12 mile marks.
running 3.0 mile legs.
must use own vehicle.
For information contact Warm
Springs Recreation Department at
553-3243. See details in next issues
of Spilyay Tymoo.
Bike rodeo to be
held on April 22
Warm Springs will have their an
nual Bike Rodeo on Saturday, April
22, 1995 at Jurassic Park (across
from the Community Center) from
10 am to 2 pm. j
There will be Ramp jump &
Wheelee demonstrations, bike main
tenance, In-Line skate safety, bike
raffle and door prizes along with
Chuck wagon eats.
Please bring your own bike. Par
entsguardians must attend to sign
permission slip.
This event is sponsored by: WS
Community Health Promotion, Po
lice Department, Health Education,
Tribal Sanitarian, Fire & Safety, ML
View Hospital, Kahneeta Resort,
Power Enterprise, Hutch's Bike Shop
and WS Service Unit