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Spilyay Tymoo Sports
Punt, Pass, and Kick participants from WS show off there stuff at MHS football game
Here are the 2000 Punt, Pass, and Kick Results. The event
was sponsored by Gatorade and the Warm Springs Community
Leander Smith 53.04
Leonard Americanhorse 5 1 .08
Tyrone Saluto 44.05
Matthew Sconowah 45.00
Edward Jones 43.03
Jay Redfox 42.07
Theron Spino 33.00
Miguel Frank 33.00
Douglas Brisbois 33.00
Joe Joseph 33.00
Albert Adams 78.09
Jasper Smith 72.06
Troy Sam 69.00
Sheldon Leonard 61.08
Cameron Lucero 53.07
Logan Kneeland 62.11
Cameron Wallulatum 59.05
Dennis Doney 56.05
Galen Northrup 56.08
Ozzie Polk 42.07
Simon Jim 61.03
Rodney Adams Jr. 81.08
Tyson Adams 79.01
Rodney Katchia 66.06
Donald Brisbois 50.00
Pass Kick Total
144.00 115.11 321.02
113.00 102.01 296.09
77.02 95.10 252.01
94.07 68.04 229.05
78.01 78.04 206.05
All winners in each division will qualify for the Sectional
Competition in Lake Owsego on October 1 4th.
Gathering of Nations
6 Foot & Under All Indian Basketball Tourney
November 24, 25, 26, 2000
Cut-off is November 22, 2000
Warm Springs Community Wellness Center
Entry Fee: $285. 00 Spot Fee: $85. 00
2nd, 3rd, 4th, Awards, 3 Special Awards, Most 3
pointers, Mr. Hustle and Most Valuable Player
Contact Ricky Minthorn at 541-553-9087 orAnd
Leonard at 541-553-3243
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Pictured above is some of the kids that took part in the Punt, pass, and kick festivities at Buff Stadium, during the Banks game
St. Pat's Cowdeo
The St. Pat's 32nd Annual
Cowdeo is coming to the Jefferson
County Fairgrounds in Madras, OR.
The cowdeo will start on Saturday,
October 21s', at 6:00pm, and finish
up on Sunday, October 22, at 1:00
Admission for the St. Pat's
Cowdeo is $3.00- with door prizes.
The Cowdeo is for children ages
5-14 years of age.
Kah-Nee-Ta Fall Run "A Change of Pace"
John Day Pool sturgeon setline season adopted
Sign up for:
On September 29, 2000, the
Compact states of Oregon and Wash
ington agreed with the Columbia
River treaty tribes to open the fol
lowing Zone 6 Commercial sturgeon
seltline fishing period:
6:00 am October 2 to 6:00 pm
Area: John Day Pool
Restrictions: Hook size must be
90 or larger. Tribal fishers are en
couraged to use circle hooks and
avoid J hooks. All river mouth and
dam sanctuaries remain in effect.
Allowable Sales: The allowed
sales during the above season will be
restricted to sturgeon.
Sturgeon Size Limit: Sturgeon
between 4 and 5 feet in length may
be sold commercially or kept for sub
sistence. Sturgeon Catch Guideline: The
sturgeon catch guideline is 1,160 in
the John Day Pool.
Scaffold Fishery: The Scaffold
fishery remains open year-round.
Scaffold catch of sturgeon in the John
Day Pool may be sold during open
commercial fishing periods.
If you have any fishing enforce
ment problems or need assistance or
information, day or night, contact the
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fisheries
Enforcement Office, 4270 Westcliff
Drive, Hood River, Oregon. Phone:
(54 1 ) 386-6363 or toll-free (800) 487
FISH(3474). Please consult your tribal
Fish and Wildlife Committee for ad
ditional details on tribal regulations.
Please wear your life jackets for
Street Address P.O. Box
Flag Football to start in October
Flag Football 2000 is coming to Warm Springs. The league is
for children ages 7 years old thru 8th grade. The cost is $10 and
or a current 2000-2001 Boys & Girls Club Membership (Sept.
00- Aug. 01). This includes 2 weeks membership at Culver ext.
There is also an athletic fee of $15. Registration for flag football
is on September 21, 2000. The league will run from October 2nd
-November 1 1th. The location is at Friendship Park, Madras &
Culver Park and Culver.
For more information you can contact: Grant Faulconer or
Martha Loredo at 475-7028.
The Boys & Girls club of Central Oregon, Central Jefferson
County Branch is also accepting volunteer coach & referee applications.
2000 Kah-Nee-Ta Fall Run
1 OK Run- Blacktop road; flats to rolling hills from Kah-Nee-Ta Village east past the Golf
Course to Culpus Bridge. Turn-a-round point located at 3.1 mile. Water stations located at 1.5
and 3.0 mile markers.
5KRun- Fun runwalk; east on main road from Kah-Nee-Ta Village. Turn-a-round point locate
at 1 .5 mile.
(Prior to October 14, 2000)
Includes shirt $12.00 per participant
Day of the Race-October 14, 2000
Includes shirt $15.00 per participant
Without shirts-Any time
$8.00 per participant
13 years & Under
60 years & over
Gift Certificates, door prizes,
tu r. swim passes, ribbons, medals.
Kah-Ne-Ti Fall Run
October 14. 2000
Sex: M or F
Method of Payment
In consideration of tht acceptance of iy entry, I waive
and release any and all claims against the Confederated
Tribes of Wans Springs Indian Reservation of Oregon,
Kah-Nee-Ta Vacation Resort and any other participating
sponsors or directors for all dales or damages whatso
ever arising or resulting froe ay participation 1n this
race. I attest and verify that I have full knowledge ol
the risks Involved, that I will assume and pay ay own
edlcaleeergency expenses 1n the event of an accident.
Illness, or any other Incapacity resulting frc ay par
ticipation 1n this race. I also attest that I aa physi
cally fit and sufficiently trained to participate In