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Spilyqy Tymoo, Worm Springs, Oregon ApHl 5, 2001
Walker selected all-star first team
The Orcgonian Class 3-A All
Slate basketball team, picks players
each year, throughout the state. This
Year Chasan Walker, Sr., Madras
High School was selected to the first
team. Walker averaged 14.8 points,
3.9 rebounds and 3.2 assists for the
White Bufaloes. During the state
tournament the 6.0 guard led all
players in assists, averaging five.
Walker, a consistant player all sea
son long leadilng his team to a 19-4,
Madras high school had another
player to receive Honorable Men
tions, Jacoby Fllsbury, even though
he missed the last month of regular
play because of an injury
The Oregonian's All-State basket
ball teams were determined by a bal
lot of the state's coaches. Nomina
tions were made by league represen
tatives. The boys player of the year was
Derek Anderson, Scappoosc Indi
ans, as the 6.7 senior achieved an
unprecedented All-State double.
During the year he completed 61
percent of his passes for 8,177 yards
and 85 touchdowns as quarterback
for the Scappoosc football team.
This past season he led the team to
a 13-0 record and its first state cham
pionship and was named the Class
3A offensive player of the year.
Anderson has beewn voted the
Class 3A boys basketball player of
Local boys to
Local youth compete in bowling
tournament and qualify to compete
in a state tournament. Mychal Van
Pelt and Byron Scott are currently
bowling in a weekly youth league at
Two local pool teams recently
won first place of the Redmond
Women's and Men's Pool leagues.
Beginning October 2000 all local
pool players began their competi
tion in the Redmond Women's and
Redmond Men's Pool Leagues. Fi
nally, this spring the final games have
been played and the top teams have
been identified. Sponsored by Bosses
Office the winning women's team
is, Betty Bagley, Jeri Smith, Patches
Marchand, Selena Boise, Karla Tias
and Peggy McKinnis. Top Shooter
for the Women's League is Betty
The women will be honored at a
banquet and presented their first
place trophy and jackets for each
Of the Men's Pool League, also
sponsored by Bosses Office, winners
were Louie Bagley, Jerry Bagley,
Chief Smith, Louis Smith, and Ton.
Playoffs were held for first place
where they competed in a single
elimination tournament winning
overall. The first place team received
trophies at their championship
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First place women's team, l-r, Selena Boise, Karla Tias, Betty
Bagley, Patches Marchand, Jeri Smith, and Peggy McKinnis,
sponsored by Bosses Office of Redmond.
the year on The Oregonian's All Star
team by the state's coaches.
Andersons basketball career is in
doubt as he has signed to play quar
terback for Oregon State, choosing
the Heavers over such teams as
Florida State, Oregon, and
The list of the first team to the
All-State Basketball team arc, Derek
Anderson, Sr.,Scappooose, Nick
Keith 6.2 Jr. Pleasnat Hill, David
weise, Yam Hill-Carlton, 6.2 Sr.,
Michael Nunes, Henley 6.4 Sr. and
Chasan Walker 6.0 Sr. Madras.
Congratulations, Chasan Walker;
To my hero Chasan, for always
teasing me and bringing out the
brattyness in me. And for always
taking the time to be someone posi
tive in my life I can look up to, and
for lifting me up and making me tall.
And walking in your shoes even
though lam still so small. But I'll still
kick your B , in Nintendo
(Smile). ..Love Poo Poohs.
Madras Places two Girls on State
Nicole Main 5.8 Jr., was selected
to the second team on the
Oregonian's All-State, Girls basket
ball team. The girls are selected the
same as the boys All-State team.
Main a member of the runner-up
team for the state tide, played a big
part in leading the Madras White
Buffaloes to the state tournament as
compete in state tourney
The owner of Madras Bowl pro
vided information to youth bowlers
about the tournament in Bend
where they would compete against
other youth bowlers from Central
Oregon. That was the Coca Cola
Youth Bowling Tournament.
Mychal and Byron will compete
in the State Tournament in Medford,
Oregon, in early May.
Mychal VanPelt is the son of
Chester VanPelt and Becky VanPelt.
Byron Scott is the son of Larry Scott
and Missy Scott. Both families bowl
,in rthe weekly, leagues at-Madras
, Bowl on various days.
"I think it's a good thing that we
have a lot of young bowlers. They
have fun while they are bowling
too," says Missy Scott.
This year there were too many
youth bowlers that the league was
split in half. Half the youth bowl
on Tuesday and half on Wednesday.
teams place first in leagues
Teams will practice for the rest
of the year and be prepared for the
next season to start. In the fall a 9
Ball league will take place. It is a
BCA Sanctioned League held for
four months. Members of the BCA
are required to compete in eight
weeks of league play in order to com
pete in a BCA sanctioned tourna
ment. There is a banquet scheduled for
April for the 9-Ball and 8-Ball BCA
sanctioned leagues where trophies
will be awarded.
The Billiard Congress of
America was first formed in 1948.
Players such as Willie Mosconi and
Willie Hoppe were involved in early
meetings. The idea was to organize
the players and promote the sport
through a number of qualifying
tournaments at the local, regional
and national levels in Straight Pool
and 3-Cushion billiards (the popu
lar competitive disciplines of the era)
to determine recognized champions;
to produce an official rulebook to
standardize the sport and help fund
the No. 2 seed from the Tri-Yallcy
J-eague. Main place on the fust team
selection at the stale tournament on
March 9, 01.
CeCe Polk 5.9 Sr. of Madras re
ceived Honorable mentions as she
had a large part of gelling the team
to the stale tournament also, Polk
was tough on both defense and of
fense mainly wilh her three point
shooting. She had a lot of steals and
fast get away points to her credit and
was a good rebounder.
The Girls player of the year went
to Jill Noe, 5.9 Jr., of Wilsonville,
who is the state champions and arch
rival of Madras in the Tri-Valley
The two teams split in regular
season play with Madras winning in
Madras and Wilsonville winning on
their home floor. In state it was all
Wilsonville led by Jill Noe, who
scored, defeneded and was all over
the floor doing what she had to in
order for them to win the game, and
the state championship.
The State first team went to Jill
Noe, Jr., Wislonville, Andrea
Kustra, Aistoria, 5.4 Sr., Latoe
Saltmarsh, 5.10 Jr., Casey Bunn, 6.1
Jr., Stayton, Cristie Weaver, 5.11,
F.rik Wiprud, South Umpqua,
was the boys coach of the year and
Cindy Amderson, Wilsonville, was
the girls coach of the year.
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f - ' . -s
the effort; and to involve billiard
rooms, retailers and manufacturers
in meeting these promotional goals.
Several pool players from the
Central Oregon BCA League trav
eled to Lincoln City to compete in
the BCA Tournaments held in Oc
tober 2000 and March 2001.
The most recent is the 8-Ball
Tournament at the Chinook Winds
Casino. Players were entered in the
women's open, men's open, scotch
mixed doubles, and team. The team
sponsored by Black Horse, Jeri
Smith, Karla Tias, Anna Dibben,
Smitty Smith and Andrea placed
seventh in the team competition.
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First place men's team, back row, Ton, Jerry Bagley, Louie Bagley,
front row, Louie Smith, Chief Smith, sponsored by Bosses Office of
VJ' y$i m fit; .
The women's team from Warm Springs that entered in the Hood to Coast 2000. Front row: Robyne Ike,
Susan Seelatsee, Monica Leonard, Vesta Johnson, and Eugenia Alire. Back row: Laura Cailloux, Val
Squiemphen, Pasha Smith, Jone Swan, Debbie Clark-Pigsley, Tanya Selam, Heddy Botts, Kerri Lopez.
Hood to Coast team gives thanks
Once again, we would like to
thank our sponsors Warm Springs
Forest Products, Indian Head Ca
sino, Brunoc Logging, Gucrin Log
The Warm Springs boxing team
entered five novice and sub-novice
boxers into the Washington State
Boxing Championships in Yakama
March 31 and April 1.
' Leonard Americanllorse at 65
pounds went in uncontested and re
ceived a medal for being a contender.
Lcandcr D. Smith at 70 pounds
had to box Carlos Remero from West
Portland boxing club to see who
would advance, but Leander lost a
good match and was eliminated Sat
"lihray. "'Jasper Smith went uncontested at
the 90 pounds bracket and was
awarded a medal for being a con
tender. Jasper boxed two matches
outside the tournament bracket, in
what is called "match bouts," and he
did well. He boxed a boxer who had
eight bouts with four wins and four
losses at 90 pounds and wanted to
A mens team consisting o
Randy Boise, Tony Boise, Chie
Smith, Jerry Bagley and Tony
Littleleaf played a competitive game.
In the singles event Smitty Smith
came in sixteenth place in the
women's open. She competed
against about 500 women pool play
ers from the Northwest including
women from the Central Oregon
The North American 8-Ball
Championship Silver Anniversary is
scheduled to take place May 2001 in
Las Vegas, Nevada. Teams from the
Central Oregon Leagues are prepar
ing themselves for the competition.
ging, and Kah-Nec-Ta Resort. We
couldn't have done it without all of
the financial and moral support that
the team receives every year. Thank
competes in Washington
go up against Jasper. Jasper won that
one, making his record two wins and
one loss. Sunday the match was with
someone Jasper had boxed before
and lost, but this boxer also had a
few more matches than Jasper. Will,
at 19 bouts, boxed Jasper for the sec
ond time and won again, yet it's the
experience that will help a boxer
gain skills win or lose. Jasper did an
excellent job at both bouts.
Johnny Smith climbed in the ring
at the 106-pound division and won
the final match with a second round
TKO over Damingo Zamudro.
Johnny won the 106-pound sub-novice
championship and received a tro
phy with that title. He did real well
once he decided to do more.
Austin Smith Jr. boxed in the fi
nal on Sunday against a "bumble
bee" boxer from Tacoma boxing
club. Bryan Dotson at 132 pounds
Cougars, Lady Vols
Warm Springs Cougars 9th An
nual All Indian High School Basket
ball Tournament was held March 1 6
18, 2001 at Warm Springs, Oregon.
Following are the results of the
Champions: Warm Springs Cou
gars Second Place: P.H.A.T. Fort
Third Place: Swan Town, White
Fourth Place: Red Storm,
MVP: Chasan Walker, Cougars
Mr. Hustle: Alex Graves, Fort
All Stars Tommy Couerville,
Muckleshoot, Washington, Buddy
Cummings, Lummi Nation, Jessie
Haney, Yakama Redstorm, Kyle
Scarborough, Lummi Warhoops,
Warm Springs Cougars Youth Basketball
April 6, 7, 8, 2001
At the Warm Springs Community Wellness
There will be four teams of 6 grade co-ed, six teams of 6 grade boys,
and six teams of 8 grade co-ed.
Entry fee is $75.00 for 6 grade divisions, and $125.00 for 8 grade
divisions (payable by check or money order by April 2).
Tournament bracket format will be double elimination, with one
8 grade division: 10 championship jackets 2i-4rt, place T-shirts,
NfA'P Mr and Miss All stars five boys and five girls.
6 grade division: 10 hooded sweatshirts 2"-4 place T-shirts, MVP's
All Stars ten boys and five girls.
All players urill receive a participation T-shirt.
For more information contact Ausnn Greene, tournament director. P.O. Box
132", Warm Springs OR 9"61; (541) S33-1953-H, 553-3243 X
you everyone and great job ladies.
got the three round decision over
Austin. It was the second time these
two boxed. It was a very close match
this second time and left something
to look forward to. Both southpaws
and both wanting the win made an
exciting match for the championship
sub-novice title in the 132-pound
The trip was good and we saw
other Native boxers from the North
west competing, Fort Hall has a
tough 141-pound female boxer to
mention; she boxed some gal until
the second or third and a towel flew
in to halt the match.
Our next trip will be to Burns
on April 14 to "The Showdown in
the High Desert." It will be at their
new casino starting at 7 p.m. Hope
you can make it - we'll be there.
Thanking you for your support and
Zach Aguilar, Swan Town, Demont
Johnson, Jr., Fort Hall, Idaho, Kye
Wells, Cougars, Brock Moss, Fort
Hall, Idaho, Floyd Frank, Cougars,
Melvin Stahi, Kahneetah Stables.
Champions: Lady Vols,
Second Place: Fort Hall, Idaho
Third Place: North End Express
host Fourth Place: Wolfe Point, Warm
MVP: Billie Suppah, Lady Vols
Miss Hustle: Spoony Brown, Fort
All Stars Delilah Heath and
Irene Boise, Wolfe Point, Sheena,
and Cilia, of Lummi Washington,
Pasha Smith and Racann Graybael
of North End Express, Rossie
Ixnghair and Spoony Brown of Fort
Hall, Idaho, Ccce Polk and Shana
McConville of Simnasho Lady Vol's.