10 July 31, 1997 Warm Springs, Oregon Spilyay Tymoo Sfttf 44i Spilyay Tymoo Sports "V . . x-g&. r;JTWvS..:6' Drug testing to begin at Madras High The 509-J .school board has jpi'iovcJ drug lesling for alhleles starling the IW7-I WH season, Each athlete must sunimil lo a drug test he lore they can participate in sports. Madras High Athletic Director Margaret Stura staled "All the coaches at Madras were in favor of the drug testing. We got this idea from a small school Vernonia school ill st k t, they have been doing this a long time and have had good results. Paisley High is also starling a drug testing program this year," concluded Slura. Each student involved in inicrscholaslie athletics' or cheerleading must sign a consent form before joining the program. Parents must also sign Testing rules: All student athletes may be tested at the beginning of any athletic seasons, fall, winleror spring, at the discretion of the superintendent. Students joining a program after the season starts will be tested if the rest of the learn was earlier. Random testing will be conducted at least two weeks throughout each season. A minimum of 5 and a maximum 10 of each season's athletes will be tested at each test period as Warm Springs Ladies place second at A Women's Fastpitch team traveled to the 45th Annual All-Indian Fastpitch women's double elimination tournament held at Oklahoma City, July 26-27. There were 19 teams participating, with most of the teams coming from Oklahoma. The Warm Springs team made it to the championship game and went into the game undefeated. They lost the first game of the championship, but could not play the second game of the championship due to they could not change their llight arrangements. In the first game WS played SW Tribes. The local ladies scored first, in the bottom of the third they scored three runs. The SW Tribes rallied, in the sixth, to make the score 3-2 in favor of Warm Springs. SW Tribes threaten again in the top of the seventh, with one out and one runner on. Thats when the WS defense bore down and put the game away. WS won 3-2. Up next for WS was Broken Bow Red Race with the local ladies winning 5-0. WS did most of the i 't si'" Hi- V . t ; I 1 it - Randell Cook watches youth during Rock Camp 4 j Randell with the 6-12 age group determined by (he superintendent. Procedures for testing: Selection for testing will be by random procedures from a pool of all current participants. First positive result, the student will be given the option of participation in a drug assistance program and submission to biweekly drug testing for eight wccks( regardless of whether or not the season ends prior to the eight weeks) or suspension from the athletic program for the remainder of the current season and (he next athletic season. A second positive result in any two consecutive calendar years, the student will be suspended from the remainder of the current season and the next two athletic seasons, which the student is eligible. If a third positive result in any two consecutive calendar years, the student will be suspended from athletics for the remainder of the current season and the next three seasons for which the student is eligible. There will be a meeting for a student athletes and their parents in August, which will be announced later. damage in the second and third innings were they scored two runs in each inning. They added one run in the fourth and WS pitcher Shari shut down the Red Race team by recording 15 strike outs. The WS team moved to the quarter finals with the win. In the quarter finals WS faced City Express and rode the strong arm of their pitcher Dcnise, who recorded the teams second shut out. Dcnise got help from outfielder Lynn Tanawasha who hit a two run home run in the first inning. In the third WS added two more runs, one run in the fourth and put the game away by scoring three runs in the sixth. In winning, 8-0, the WS women moved onto the semi- finals. This was closely played game with the WS team edging out the Oklahoma Tribes 1-0. WS scored one run, the games only run, in the first inning. After the first inning the game became a pitchers duel, with no team scoring after that. WS had their third shut out game. WS then moved onto the Championship game against Oklahoma Tribes. J i . ... a passing drill, at Shot the - 1 " ft m v hi t mil i j " ... i ' lift i f r rHr:H avn "(Vv ' 'ftv-J, ft-.. - """".... .... 'vs List of girls going to the Indignous games. From left to right starting at the top left corner. Nicole Main, Reina Estimo, coach Sandra Main, Shamona Charley, CeCe Polk, and Lorraine Suppah. Bottom row-Billie Suppah, Amy Suppah and Larissa Wallulatum Oklahoma In thechamnionshin came ihp WS team faced the Oklahoma Tribes who v, won the losers bracket. The WS team : jumped out in front in the top of the , first inning by scoring two runs. But the Oklahoma team responded with , three runs of their own in the bottom , of the first. They got some help with the WS team making a few errors. ' WS could not get back into the game after that and the Oklahoma team ., kept the pressure on by scoring three more runs in the fourth. No team scored the rest of the game and Oklahoma gave WS it's first jost,of,', the tournament. But WS had to catch a flight home and could not finish the hjjr tournament. So Oklahoma won the championship by forfeit. urn. wa ream members were as 1 T Conchran, Lynn Tanawasha, Ellen .(5 Tiger, Denise, Shcri, Tonya Mitchell, a Laura Sahme, Luanne Foltz, Karla Tias, Carolyn Lawrence, and Val Fuiava. ; All-Stars from Warm Springs .) were as follows Lynn Tanawasha, Denise, Sheri and Luann Foltz. f - i I 1 HP I it. mm mm I 1 - L 1 I i -1 JC Sr. boys All-Stars win one, lose two at State tournament The District-5 champions showed that they belonged in the State championships baseball tournament, which was held July 20 25, by beating Centennial of Gresham, 4-3 at Salem, July 20. ,.JC lead 4-0 going into the sixth that's when Centennial broke out and hit a three run homer. But Keller Christiansen, pitcher for JC, bore down and stuck out four of the last six batters. No team scored after the three run homer. Christiansen pitched a very good game, tor J.C4JlQwmg.sAYeri.Jiit, , three runs and striking out 12. Jorge Mora'colleetbd'orle hit, onarun.and.i; had bhd RBIi'Travis Moschctti had' one hit and one RBI. Jesse Armstrong collected one hit, one RBI and had one stolen base. Jefferson County played Kiezer on Tuesday, July 22, at five p.m. Game two agianst Keizer The1 Jefferson County boys Sr. All-Stars lost to a very tough Keizer team 10-0. JC coach Dallas Stovall stated "Keizer was tough all the way from top to the bottom of the line-up. Plus they were very tough mentally on defense. I was please with the pitching of starting pitcher Boatman Shoshone-Bannock Festival, AII- 'Indian Rodeo, August 8-10. Fort Hall, Idaho. Long go, Short go-Top 10 in all events, Top 15 in Team Roping. Sanctioned by: Rocky Mountain Indian Rodeo Association. Requested co-sanction: United Indian Rodeo Association. Western States Indian Rodeo Association, Great Plains Indian ; Rodeo. Event Purse Entry Fee-Stock Change Sec-Total BareBack $750 $75 $10 $4 $89 Saddle $750 $75 $10 $4 $89 Bronc ' Bull Riding $750 . $75 $10 $4 $89 Steer $750 $75 $10 $4 $89 Wrestling Team Roping $750 $75 $5 per man $4 $84-lx Enter 2x $164-2x Calf Roping $750 ' $75 $10 $4 $89 Ladies $750" $75 $10 $4 $89 Break away Barrel Race $750 $75 $2 eye $4 $81 ' ' Special Events Jr. Barrels $50 $25 $1 One go $26 Steer Riding $50 , $25 $5 One go $30 All entries taken by: Andrea Haskett Ramone, RMIRA Central Entry Secretary, (208) Entry dates: July 28-30, Call back "- p.m. " Sponsored by: Fort Hall Rodeo Association Dale Vallely, President (208) 237-3215 ' ' ' Louise E. Dixey, Secretary (208) 785-6256. ,5. VI" V Albert Adams playing one-on-one and relief pitcher Foster Sahme," concluded Stovall Game three JC lost 15-6 which put them out of the state tournament. Stovall stated "Here are the players that he thought did a great job at the state tournament. Keller Christensen who pitched 1 3 innings, had 24 strike outs with only 5 walks and hit .333 with two runs scored. Jesse Armstrong who had a .444 batting average with two runs. Foster Sahme who batted in three runs, one sacrifice, one triple and pitched three solid innings against Keizer, giving up three; hits and only; one earned runj The whole team had a great state tournament, concluded Movall. Stovall stated "This is the stat's for both District tournament and the State tournament. Travis Moschetti had a .465 batting average and scored 1 1 runs, Keller Christensen batted .460 with 12 runs scored and five RBI's, Scott Cloud had a .407 batting average, seven RBI's and three doubles, Jorge Mora had eight stolen bases and eight runs scored plus a .380 batting average, Forster Sahme had seven RBI's, two triples, four sacrifices and a .346 batting average." 234 - 2733 phone August 4-5 both from 5 p.m. to 10 with a assitant to Randell. w ' Warn Springs youth head to Indigenous games Good luck to all the teams that left for Victoria BC, Canada, for the 1 997 North American Indigenous games. There arc eight teams from Oregon going to Canada, there are five youth basketball teams, a Track & Field team, a Boxing team and a Girls Softball team. Tribal fishers Increase your salmon sales!!! Organize over-the-bank salmon sales and events!!! Attend a Fishers meeting Tuesday, August 5, at The Dalles, Cousins' restaurant (Tillicum Inn), 2114W. Sixth Street. Time Six p.m. Let's work together to Increase your Fishing profits. The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission would like to assist tribal fishers in organizing over-the-bank salmon sales events during the fall commercial fishing season. CRITFC will be holding a fisher's meeting is to get your input on the following to ensure that these events are a success: Review a schedule for events to occur, (according with projected fishing dates), Review location and frequency of events, Review dates and times of events, Review storage needs(Licensees, ect.) Review agreed price's and other concerns fishers may have. 40 play in Golf tourny '""KahNeeTa was the site for the Hawaiiah & Local boys InVitati'6nal golf tournamerrij July 253. The tournament drew 40 local golfers. The three day tournament format was as follows; lst-day-2man Scramble, 2nd-day-2 man best ball, 3rd-day-2 man Chapman. The following is the results for the three day tournament: DA Flight (A Flight) 1 st Gross : Will Moschetti and Dee Kressley with a score of 205. Second Gross went to the team of Butch and Satch Miller with a score of 213. While the team of Chuck Schmidt and Keiki Rauschenburg placed third with a score of 218. ' 1st Net went to the team of Willie and Tony Stacona with a 179 score. Second Net was a tie between the teams of Denny Mojado & Bill Guzman and Cecil Sayler & Shauna Queahpama with each team shooting 183. Da Adda Flight (B Flight) Jerry McKay and Arnie Engle placed 1st Gross with a score of 224. 2nd Gross went to the team of Gary Raushenburg and Greg Uematsu with a score of 235. 3rd, with a score of 238, went to the team of Ron Pallin and Kaki Pallin. 1st Net went to Buzz Fukutomi and Sam Taupo who shot a 185. Two teams tied with a score of 1 86, they were Shane Rivera & Lenny Guccione and Verna Conner & Karson Elkins. Public Hunting meeting is set for August 4 To discuss Reservation hunting season. The meeting will take place at the Agency Longhouse at 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This meeting is sponsered by Fish & Wildlife Committe and Natural Resources. Attention Girls between the ages of 12 18 Roman Jones will be putting on a girls offensive basketball camp. Learn offensive basketball from the following Pro's: Roman Jones, Nick Jones, Falisha Wright, Christina Murgia, and Laurie ' Northrup. The camp will take place August 12-18, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m., at the Warm Springs Community Center. To register call Roman Jones at (503) 288-7583 or (503) 590-3052.