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Warm Springs, Oregon
r 4) Spilyay Tymoo Sports .
Over 50 test their skills on Kah -
The Museum At Warm Springs
benefit golf tournament was held
Saturday. M.iy 3, at the Kah-Nee-Ta
Resort (ioll course. The Museum
stall were happy thai 52 goiters
signed up lor the four-man scramble,
All proceeds go to the Museum's
maintenance reserve fund to main
tain the Museum building.
For the ladies Long Drive, Janis
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JP Part took a swing during the Museum benefit golf tournament.
Eagle Spirits 6'
The Eagle Spirits 6' and Under
Men's basketball tournament was a
"good success" according to tourney
director Ricky Minlhorn. "We had
teams from Washington, California,
Idaho and Oregon. It was good to see
the talent from all overlndian country
to come play."
The Lapwai team won first place,
Pendleton went home with second
place and Yakama took third place.
Host team Eagle Spirits placed fourth.
Following is a game-by-game
Game one pitted Pendleton against
Granger. The Pendleton team had
eight players score in double figures,
with Rcmo Smith pouring in 2 1 points
for the winners. Granger was lead by
Forrest Elie's 22 points.
Yakama Bucks played NW Chiefs
with Yakama coming out on top by
the score of 97-69. The games top
scorer was Donnie Bagley, NW
Chief's, and for the winners was JoJo
Mesplie with 22.
The third game had Yakama going
against host Eagle Spirits. The Spirits
used the inside play of Shawn Shaw
who scored 27 points to lead the
Spirits to victory. Rick Price scored
18 for Yakama.
In a high scoring affair, game four,
Lapwai out ran the Wapato team by
the score of 1 05-93. Lapwai had five
players with 17 or more points, with
Bob Sabotta hitting 28. Glenn Jones
had 22 for Wapato.
Game five the Scouts played Eagle
Spirits. The Spirits ran away by the
score of 102-38.
Game six pitted Seattle against
Pendleton, with Pendleton winning
by the count of 69-62. Rcmo Smith
scored 21 for the winners.
Game seven Yakama defeated
Sutherlin 95-61. John Takes No
Enemy had 24 for Yakama. Derek
Kimbol scored 22 for the losers.
Hoopa came up short in game
eight aeainst Lapwai in the next game
losing 88-82. Wayne Nezhad31 for
the losers, but Bob Sabotta poured in
34 and Jason Yurock added 25 points
Game nine had NW Chiefs
defeating Seattle by the score of 60
59. Seattle lead at half-time 40-28. In
the second half the Chiefs came and
out scored the Seattle team 32-19.
Kanim Smith poured in 32 for Seattle,
while Donnie Bagley scored 16 for
llendricksen won a $50 gift certifi
cate from Satlerlee's Jewelry store.
For the Mens Long Drive, Pal Kelly
won a $50 Savings Bond from U.S.
Bank of Madras. Janell Smith won
the ladies KP 1, Bill Endicotl won
the mens KP 1. Su Farley won the
ladies KP 1 0, Mr. T.C. Conner won
the mens KPI0, Zane Jackson won
the mens Long Putt on 18, Janis
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& under won
Southerlin played the Yakama
Bears in the next game, 10, with
Southerlin winning by the score of
Hoopa played Granger in game
1 1 . Hoopa came away with an 8 1 -43
victory. Wayne Nez, Hoopa, scored
a game high 25.
In game 12 Glenn Jones scored 36
to lead Wapato to victory over the
Scouts of Warm Springs. The final
score read Wapato 113, Scouts 52.
Game 13, first quarter-final game,
Pendleton defeated Eagle Spirits 80
70, lead by James Scott's 27 and
Remo Smith's 21. The Spirits were
lead by Shawn Shaw's 19 points.
Yakama Bucks and Lapwai played
the next quarter-final game, G-14,
with Lapwai winning by the score of
85-74. Bob Sabotta had 27 points to
lead four other players in double
figures for Lapwai. Jon lead Yakama
with a game high 27.
The N W Chiefs and Hoopa played
in Sundays first match-up game-15,
with NW Chiefs putting out Hoopa
51-40. Lester scored 20 to lead the
Chiefs in scoring.
Game 1 6 pitted Southerlin against
Wapato, with Sutherlin winning 76
68. Game 17 had Pendleton and
Lapwai playing for the right to move
onto the championship game. Lapwai
won the hard fought game by the
score of 91-88. Bob Sabotta poured
in 36 for the winners and getting help
with four other players scoring 1 2 or
more points. James Scott got loose
for 26 for Pendleton.
Yakama and NW Chiefs played
game 18. Yakama edged out the
Chiefs 68-61. Jon and Alex each
scored 16 points apiece for the
Game 19 had host Eagle Spirits
running away from Wapato by the
score of 78-95. Jaime Henry lead a
balanced attack with 32 points for
the Spirits. Glenn Jones scored 26
In the fourth place game Yakama
defeated Eagle Spirit 79-70. Doug
scored a game high 26 and Jon added
21 for the Yakama Bucks. Jake
Suppah and Shawn Shaw had 23 &
1 8 respectfully for Eagle Spirits. By
winning Yakama moved to the third
place game and Eagle Spirits received
The third place game had Yakama
and Pendleton playing. Pendleton
Nee - Ta course
llendricksen won the Long Putt on
First Gross winners were Bill
Lndicott, Pat Sebar, Pat Kelly and
Brian Peters. Second Gross winners
were Charles Jackson, J. P. Putt,
George Danzuka and Mike
Matylewich. Third Gross winners
were; Butch David, Ally David, I lobo
Patt, and Lcs Billey.
First Net went to T.C. Conner,
Carol Conner, Janell Smith and Su
Farley. Second Net winners arc Wil
lie Stacona, Tony Stacona, Don
Bagley, and Harry Hisatakc.
Ron McDonald Chevrolet,
Oldsmobile, Pontiae, Buick spon
sored a hole-in-onc prize of a 1997
Buick LcSabrc. Kah-Nee-Ta Vaca
tion Resort sponsored the Green Fees
for the tournament. $50 Holc-in-one
sponsors included Warm Springs
Power Enterprises, Lcs Schwab Tire
center, Grandma Hoffy's, and Spirit
Golf packages were donated for
prizes by Meadow Lakes Golf
Course, Crooked River Ranch Golf
Course, Mt. Adams Golf Course,
Middlcficld Village Golf Course,
Awbrcy Glen Golf Course, Christ
mas Valley Golf Course, Gcarhart
Golf Links, Eagle Crest Resort, Nine
Peaks Golf Course, Juniper Golf
Course, and the Orion Greens Golf
Other donations for prizes were
made by Grandma Hoffy's,
Erickscn's Sentry Market, Governor
Great Earth Natural Foods, Les
Schwab Tires, Sonny's Hotel,
Ahcrn's Grocery, Video Video,
Abby's Pizza, Coast-To-Coast,
Sunny's Hair Salon, Safeway, Golf
City, Wells Fargo Bank, The Miss
ing Link, Braids and Boots, Warm
Springs Market, Petals and Poseys,
Indian Head Casino, Eraina Palmer,
Janell Smith, Willie Stacona, Bculah
and Raymond Calica.
Thanks goes out to the staff and
volunteers who made it happen ! Wil- ,
lie Stacona, Bculah Calica, Lcana '
Blueback, Mary McClung, Dora
Goudy, Michael Hammond, Timo
thy Smith, Evaline Patt, Moira
McCurry, Kevin BlucBack, Adrian
Smith, Colleen Roba, Joe
Raushenburg the PGA Pro at Kah-Nee-Ta
Golf Club and their Staff!
won this match-up by the score of
7 1 -66. At half time the score was 35
42 in favor of Pendleton. Remo Smith
poured in 23 first half points, making
six trey's. Smith finished with a game
high 33. Yakama placed third while
Pendleton moved to the
championship game. In order for the
Pendleton to win championship they
must beat Lapwai twice.
In the championship game Lapwai
faced Pendleton, the winner of the
back door bracket. Lapwai used the
shooting of Bob Sabotta and John
Yurock who had 24 & 21 points
respectfully, to win 85-70. James'
Scott scored 24 for the second place
Warm Springs wins ladies 8-ball division
In Redmond, Oregon on April 24,
the long exciting Redmond Pool
League season ended. Twelve of
Central Oregon's best teams
participated in the event. The
competition was fierce even though
these Warm Springs gals lead
throughout the season the
championship was a nailbiter as it
came down to the wire and the last
game of the season.
Three evenly matched top teams
vied for the title. After the suspenseful
smoke cleared the Warm Springs gals
representing Redmond American
Legion 1 stool alone, on top.
They played their hearts out almost
flawlessly under pressure and
prevailed as undisputed pool
champions of the Central Oregon
High Desert area. While dethroning
the former champs, 2nd place City
Slickers 1 and 3rd place VFW 2
(Lillian Smith team).
This American Legionl Sobriety
Team was originally formed by (arm
injury) Rita "Patches" Marchand and
featured team members: MVP,
Selena Boise, "Rookie of the Year"
Seegray, Peggy "Metolius Kid"
McKinnis, Captain, Jeri Smith, Betty
"Boop" Bagley and sixth man Mi-Mi
"Hot Shot" Hairy bull.
Congratulations champs. Great
job. The team was happy to see good
sportsmanship throughout the season.
May 3 Reservation Relay results given
ThclOlh Annual Reservation Relay,
was May 3, 1997, at the KahNecTa
Resort 14 teams participated this year.
Fouryouthleanis, l ive co-ed adult teams
and five udult male teams participated.
All the youth teams were locals,
Willamette Valley Stridors brought many
adult teams and local udult teams made
up the rest of teams, plus one Bend team.
Coming in first for the adult male,
also overall winner, was Willamette
Valley Slriders-The Faults, from Salem
finishing the 58 mile course in six hours:
14 minutes: seven seconds. Team
members we as follows-Gabriel Ccja,
captain, Jesus Ccja, Jose Moreno,
Salvador Garcia, and Paul Gazea.
Second adult male, 3rd overall, went
to the team of "Semi-Mixed" of While
Salmon, with a time of 6hr, 37min and
59scc,. Team members consisted of
captain Alex Mortcnsen, Shcrm Rouse,
Julius Robertson, Kristen Frost and
Taking third in the adult male class
was Willamette Valley Siriders-Leg 1
Wannebee's, Salem, with a time of
7. 1 4:00. Team members were as follows
captain Eric Olson, Mick Evans, Todd
Wilson, Eddie Franz and Joe Dang.
Willamette Valley Striders-"See Ya
There...", Salem, finished the course in
7.17:18 good enough for fourth place in
the adult male class. Captain Kevin Pelky
was joined by Rich Torassa, Greg
Burgess, Jeff Bcmrosc and Brent Pelky.
"Reservation Road Kill "turned in
a time of 7.43:03, good enough for Fifth
place adult male, Bend. Team captain
Chad Brindlc, Douglas Dean, Michael
Collar and Doug Williams.
First co-ed adults, second overall,
was "Bagel Burners", from Willamette
Valley Slriders, Salem. Turning a time
of 6.27:56. Team members were as
Diamond skills competition will
be held on Saturday May 10, at the
Warm Springs Community Center
starting time is 3 p.m. and at the
Madras High School at 12 p.m.
The contestants are judged on
three different skills, throwing
accuracy, running timed from second
and hitting off a tee for distance.
The age groups are 7-8, 9-10, 11
12 and 13-14, for both boy's and
girls. The winners will move on to
Sectionals TBA at a later date.
Regionals will be at a Seattle
Mariners game and the finals at the
1997 All-Star game.
You may pick-up entry forms at
the Community Center, Warm
Springs Market and at Housing.
lst-Lapwai, 2nd-Pendleton, 3rd
Yakama, 4th-Eagle Spirits
Most 3's & High Scorer 30 point
MVP- Jackson Yurock Lapwai
Lapwai- Andy Leonard, Littlefoot
Ellenwood and Zeke Danbo.
Pendleton-Remo Smith, Z-man
Smith and James Scott.
Yakama Bucks-JoJo Mesplie,
John Takes No Enemy.
Eagle Spirits-Jake Suppah and
Shawn Shaw. Glenn Jones, Wapato
and Nick, Hoopa.
Thanks to all the players that
They extend a thank you to league
officials, Glenda, all participants,
supporters and everyone.
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Redmond Pool League champs, American Legion 1 played their last games for the season April 24 at
American Legion. Left to Right-Mi-Mi Suppah. Seegray, Peggy McKinnis, Betty Bagley, Selena Boise and
follows: Bill McCull team captain,
Jennifer Johnson, Debbie Gagen, Don
llagen and Alan Yankus,
Second in co-ed adults was "We're
very slow", Willamette Valley Slriders,
with a time of 8.06:43. Team members,
Julie Jones, Mary Kimball, Rob Richard,
Bill Lavcrde and learn captain Lee Fields.
"We can do it", Willamette Valley
Slriders, placed third in the adult co-ed
with a time of 8.33:09. Team members
were: Ted Gross team captain, Sandi
Gross, Pati S wcaringcr, Brooke I lolstedt
and Neil Gross.
Fourth went to the team "No Sweat"
of Warm Springs, with time of 9.21:10.
Members were as follows: Tyrone Ike
captain, Sandra Grccnc.Gerald Sampson
Jr., Debbie Thompson and Lucas Ike.
Fifth went to the team of "We ain't
out of it....yet", from Warm Springs
timed at 10.00:05. Team captain Laurie
Danzuka, Doris Rose, Orvie Danzuka,
Gerald Danzuka and Chct VanPclt.
Taking First in the youth co-ed was
the learn o! "Rainbow Park Wombats",
Following is the Little League
schedules for the 1997, season.
Minor League Boys teams &
coaches, 1 -Madras Builders (Kathy
Domingucz 475-6504), 2-Ericksons
Sentry (Greg Carrol 475-6800), 3
Thrifty Drug (Dave Hansen 475-9458),
4-JJ's Auto (C.J. Brigham 475-4412),
5-Warriors (Donnie Winishut 553
3272), 6-Cul ver One (Alan Earnest 475
7350), 7-Braves (Delbert Gracia 553
4894), 8-Culver Two (Ron Williams
no phone), 9-Bright Sox (Wayne
Marshall 475-6068), 10-McDonalds
(Don Wilson 475-1035).
JHJunipcr Hills, FGFair Grounds,
WSWarm Springs, CLLCuIver
Thursday 58 Teams-FLD and NO.
Bright Sox Madras Builders-JH-2,
McDonalds Ericksons- JH
3, Thrifty Drug Culver One-JH-l,
Braves JJ's Auto- FG
1, Culver Two Warriors-WS-l
Madras Builders McDonalds-FG-1,
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Warriors Ercikson Sentry-FG-2,
Thrifty Drug Braves-WS-l, JJ's
Culver Two-CLL, Culver One Bright
Madras Builders JJ'sAuto-JH-l,
Braves Ericksons Sentry-FG-3,
Thrifty Drug CulverTwo-CLL, Bright
Sox Warriors-WS-l, McDonalds
Madras Builders Ericksons Sentry-FG-2,
Thrifty Drug JJ's Auto-FG-3,
Warriors Culver-CLL, Braves
McDonalds-JH-l , Bright Sox Culver
Ericksons Sentry Thrifty Drug-JH-3,
JJ's Auto Warriors-WS-2,
Culver Two Bright Sox-FG-l , Braves
Minor League Girls team number &
coaches, l-Gators(Rosa Graebel 553
3241 work), 2-Stars (Marty Wells 553
3243 work), 3-Dairy Queen (Tracy
Dmtryk 475-3670), 4-Madras Lions
(Chris Walke 475-1707), 5-Culver
(Leonard Lang 546-6722).
Culver Stars-WS-3, Gators
Dairy Queen Stars-WS-3, Culver
Friday 516, no games
Culver Gators-WS-3, Madras
Lions Dairy Queens-JH-3
turning in a time of 7.59:52. Phillip
Squicmphen was the team captain, other
members were as follows: Raymond
Anderson, John Kalama, Amanda
Alexander, Angela Sanders and Glen .
"Greene Acres" of Warm Springs
came away with second timed at 8. 1 2: 1 4.
Team members arc as follows Gabe
Walker captain, Joseph Stevens, Carlos
Lopez, Jess Stevens. Darrlynnc Scott,
Felecia Bennett and Amanda Sanchez.
With at lime of 9.14:53. "Cougars"
Warm Springs, took first place in the
youth male. Team members were ps
follows: Aaron Greene captain, Kcno
Tuckta, Floyd Frank Jr., McKinlcy
Lopez, Ramonc Greene, Robert Sam Jr.
and Melvin Stahi.
Taking home first in the youth female
division was the "Cougarettes", of
Warm Springs, in a time of 1 1 hours.
Dalecnc Frank captain, Laritta Greene,
Shelly Greene-Boise, Bene McKinlcy,
Shcy la Frank, Camillc Spino and Kay len
Madras Lioins Stars-WS- 1 .Dairy
Stars Culver- CLL, Madras Lions
Major Boys team number & coaches,
1-Insurance Mart (Bob Gill 475-3375),
2 Rotary (Al DuPont 475-7111), 3
Papooses (Austin Greene 553-3243), 4
Christian Church (Mike Lcno 475-23 14),
5 Little Bucks (Scott Moses 553-11 70),
6 Culver (Slan Webb 546-3650), 7
Indians (Jody Goudy), 8 Kiwanis (Max
Friday 59 FLD
Culver Insurance Mart-FG-1,
Indians Little Bucks-WS-l, Rotary
Christain Church-JH-3, Kawanis
Little Bucks Rotary-FG-2,
Christian Church Culver-CLL,
Insurance Mart Kiwanis-JH-1
Rotary Insurance Mart-FG-iJ,
Papooses Christian Church-JH-$,
Culver Little Bucks-WS-l, Indians
Rotary Papooses-WS-1, Little
Bucks Christian Church-FG-1,
Insurance Mart Indians-WS-f2,
Monday 519 ' ,.
Culver Papooses-WS-l, Indians
Rotary-FG-2, Insurance Mart
Little Bucks-WS-2, Kiwanis
Christian Church-JH-1 ' ' '
No more games until 528. '
Major Girls team number & coaches,
1-Gamblcrs (Levi VanPelt 553-3246),
2-Madras Produce (Carl Daniels 475
6246), 3-Culver (Lance Goicoa), 4
Light Technics (Terry Drew 475-4229).
Thursday 58 FLD
Madras Produce Gamblers-WS-1,
Light Technics Culver-CLL
Culver Madras Produce-JH-2,
Gamblers Light Technics-JH-3
Culver Gamblers-WS-2, Light
Technics Madras Produce-FG-2
Gamblers Madras Produce-JH-2,
Culver Light Technics-JH-3
Senior Boys team number & coaches,
1 -Madras Elks (Dallas Stovall 475
3953), 2 MT. View Hospital (Robert
Holcomb 475-4640), 3-Bright Sox (Joe
Chaves 475-0438), 4 Warm Springs
(Dan Lawrence 553-3274).
Senior Girls team number & coaches,
1 Ahern's (Kim Martin 475-3324), 2
Figaros (Greg Johnsons 475-4527), 3
Warm Springs (Dana Smith).
Interlock play should start the week
of the May 19.