Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 27, 1980, Page SIX, Image 6

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SI X The Heppner Gaiettr-Timeg. Hcppner. Oregon, Thursday. March 27. 1980
City semi-final
Matures
Lankf ord vs Barber,
Powell vs VanMarter
Roger Britt's team upset
Mike Smith's squad 46-42 in
Heppner City Basketball
League play last Sunday to
keep Smith's team from
participating in the city tour
nament that begins this Sun
day. Bill Morris scored 13 points
and Britt 12 to lead the victors.
Ron Green led the losing team
with 10. It was only the second
win of the year for Britt as the
team finished tied for last
place with Les Schwab with
2-12 records.
If Smith's team won. it was
going to have a playoff with
Don Barber's team as both
squads would have tied for
fourth place with 7-7 records.
Smith finished at 6-8 and in
fifth place.
Bill Meyers scored 31 points
and Dana Heidamann 18 to
lead Steve Powell's team to a
66-44 win over Rick Johnston.
Gary Van Arsdale scored 12
and Dave Mitchell 13 for the
losing team, which finished
the season at 5-9 and in sixth
Cardinals to have
larse team says coach
The lone High School track
team began practicing this
week under Coach Gordon
Meyers getting ready for
tomorrow's opening meet
against Wahtonka.
The Cardinals have a large
team returning as Coach
Meyers "did not lose any
body" from last year. He will
have 10 girls and 15 boys on
the team.
Golfers gather to
work on club
A work party is scheduled
for March 29 at the Willow
Creek Country Club starting
at 9 a.m.
All members are urged to
participate and are asked by
Harold Kerr to bring rakes,
paint brushes and shovels.
Sandwiches will be pro
vided. A kick-off breakfast for the
men golfers is planned for
March 30 beginning at 8 a.m.
Guests and prospective mem
bers are encouraged to attend.
Bowling
Sparetimer's League
Morrow County Grain
Growers is in first place in the
Sparetimer's Bowling League
with a 27-17 record with
Coast-to-Coast second at 26M
17'? and Petersons third at
26-18.
Sears and Jerry's Mobil are
tied for fouth place with 23-21
marks. Gardners is sixth at
20-24, Central Market seventh
at l6VZ7'ie and Bucknums
last at 14-30.
Fran Crook rolled the high
Keglers League
The Weary Wives team has
opened up a good-sized lead in
the Koffee Kup Keglers Bowl
ing League with a 30-10
record, compared to the
second-place Dregs team at
24'2-15'2.
The Three L's team is third
at 23-17 and the Gutter Dusters
and the Pytts are tied for
fourth place with 18-22 marks.
The Three Holers team is at
171..221,, the Hi Ho's team is
16-24 and the Newcomers
team is 13-27.
Billie Doherty rolled the
high game of the week with a
186 and the high series with
place.
Don Barber's team beat Les
Schwab 56-48 with John Mc
Cabe scoring 20, Mike Rowell
16 and Barber 11 to lead the
way. Kevin Rountree scored
14 and Gino Guglielmelli 10 for
the losers.
Jim Lankford's team beat
Laverne Van Marter 86-56.
The league's second-leading
scorer, Van Marter, was out
with an ankle injury. Mike
Stookey picked up the slack
scoring 25 points and Mark
Huddleston added 18 in the
losing cause. For the winners,
Dave McLachlan scored 20,
Lee Padberg 19, Dave Allstott
16, Jim Lankford 16, and
Darryl Bigelow 14.
This Sunday's playoff action
will match Powell (10-4)
against Van Marter (11-3) in
the 6 p.m. game and Lankford
(13-1) against Barber (7-7) in
a 7:30 contest. Teams are
asked to bring $10 each to pay
for officiating. The games will
be played under high school
rules.
Seniors returning from last
year include Jerry Rietmann,
who went to state in the pole
vault; Mike Conklin, who ran
the hurdles: Robin La Rue.
who also competed in the
hurdles: Larry Snider, a
long-distance runner; and
Terry Starr, a shot putter and
discus thrower.
Returning female seniors
are Brenda Patton and Kim
Pettyjohn. Both competed in
the sprints.
Juniors on the boys track
team are Duane Fetsch, who
ran the sprints last year;
Shawn La Rue. a middle-distance
runner; Gregg Riet
mann, a long and triple
jumper; and Les Thompson,
who ran the hurdles and
competed in the pole vault.
Lisa Meyers, a distance
runner, is the only returning
junior on the girls team.
Jeff Hams, 880 and long
jump, is the only sophomore
returning for the boys and
Michelle LaRue. discus and
shot put, and Margaret Doher
ty. sprints and long jump, are
the only two sophomore girls
back from last season.
game of the week with a 185
and had the high series with
508. Coast-to-Coast had the
high team game with 763 and
Petersons the high team
series with 2,184.
Petersons is first in total
pins with 23.518, MCGG sec
ond with 23,061, Coast-to-Coast
third with 22,947, Jerry's
Mobil fourth with 21,497,
Central Market fifth with
21.123. Sears sixth with 20,416,
Bucknums seventh with 20,011
and Gardners last with 19,124.
467. The Gutter Dusters had
the high team game of the
week with 560 and the high
team series with 1,621.
Kay Wilson was successful
on the 1-5-7 split and Pat
Lankford picked up the 5-8-10.
The Weary Wives team is
first in total pins with 15,436,
the Gutter Dusters team
second at 15,427, the Three L's
team third at 15,397, the Hi
HO's team fourth at 15,377, the
Dregs team fifth at 15,364, the
Three Holers sixth at 15,227,
the Newcomers seventh at
15,026 and the Pytts last at
14.999.
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Fearless donkey riders
Heppner April 3.
Basketball rematch
forlone, Heppner
Lions astride donkeys
Donkey basketball is com
ing to Heppner High School's
gymnasium April 3 at 7:30
p.m. with the Heppner Lions
Club going against the Lion
donkey riders from lone.
The Cardinal city team beat
Heppner earlier this year in a
high scoring affair 2-1.
Ticket prices are $2.50 for
adults. S2.25 for students and
Activities planned
for golfers
By Linda Shaw
Despite the unpredictable
weather these days, many
golfers have found the time
(and the occasional bit of
sunshine) to get in a few
rounds.
Sharon Harrison, club trea
surer, reports that members
are beginning to send in their
dues for the coming season.
This is appreciated because it
saves the time and expense of
billing later.
The board of directors of the
Willow Creek Country Club
has also been busy working
out the schedule for the
summer's golfing activities.
Again this year, inter-club
visitations, family barbecues,
men's individual and team
play, Ladies' Days, and tour
naments will be on the agenda
of special events. Members
will soon receive a schedule of
these activities.
If a student plays on a school
golf team and does not pay a
student membership or have a
membership as part of a
family unit, he can only play
in connection with the golf
team.
Dues may be sent to the
Willow Creek Country Club at
Box 64 in Heppner.
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$1.50 for children. Pre-game
tickets are available at a 50
cent discount from the First
National Bank of Oregon, the
Bank of Eastern Oregon.
Western Heritage Savings,
Les Schwab and the Morrow
County Grain Growers.
Half of the proceeds will go
to the Heppner Lions for use in
the student exchange program
and the Lions vocational
scholarship. The other half
will go the Heppner High
School athletic fund.
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Coach says
Heppner baseball team to be good at hitting
Wnhtnnka graduated all but
one player from its state
championship baseball team
so Heppner Coach Dale Hol
land thinks it will be a "toss
up" on who wins the Columbia
Biisin League West Division
crown.
"We are going to be
contenders." he said,
lone is not going to have
Several turn out for
Filly track team
The girls track team at
Heppner High School only has
three returnees from last year
according to Coach Dale
Conklin.
They are Kellie Hammond,
Margaret Kincaid and Mary
Kincaid.
There are no seniors on the
team this year.
Juniors are Bonnie Arring
ton. Hammond, Kincaid and
Paula Palmer.
Sophomores are Mary Kin
caid and Vicki Smith.
Freshmen are Marti Baker,
Sherry Clement, Suzie Jacobs,
Kim Miller, Ann Murray and
Lisa Wilson.
"I am pleased with the
turnout because we had only
five on the team last year,"
Conklin said.
Arrington is a sprinter.
Hammond was fourth at
district in the javelin and sixth
at district as a shot putter last
vear. She mav also do some
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baseball this year so there are
only going to be five teams In
the league including Condon,
Sherman, Wasco "who is
going to be tough" and
Wahtonka "who is the peren
nial power," according to
Holland.
Heppner has been practic
ing for two weeks and already
Holland thinks he will have a
sprinting, her coach said.
"We are expecting a lot
from her," Conklin said. "She
has already broken the school
record in the javelin this year
in practice."
Margaret Kincaid will be a
sprinter and run the hurdles.
Palmer is a long-distanct
runner which is unusual for
Heppner High School's girls
team, Conklin said.
"Last year was the first
year we had a girl run the
distance races," Conklin said.
Mary Kincaid is a high
jumper who finished third at
district last year.
Smith is a middle distance
runner.
Baker and Gement compete
in the throwing events but
they "both are young and need
to work on their technique,"
Coach Conklin admitted.
Jacobs is a sprinter and will
run relays. Miller runs the
hurdles. Murray is a jumper
and a sprinter and Wilson will
run the distance races.
"It is nice to have a lot of
girls turning out." Conklin
said. "It makes the team more
competitive because we can
enter more events."
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Holland has a "real young
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John Bier, Doug Holland, Rick
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Holland. All five of those
players wil be the varsity
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has lost his entire pitching
staff from last year. Bier and
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The defense is led by Dale
Holland as catcher, who has
beeall-kague at that position
for the past two years.
The rest of the infield will
have Ron Young. Cole, Doug
Holland, freshman Jay Hayes
and Harry Groshens battling
for the starting apots. The
outfield will include Jdhn
Murray, Tim Hedman, Chris
Zita, Jay Patterson and Greg
Groshens.
Hedman, Zita and Young
are all seniors who did not
turn out last year because of
injuries or other reasons.
There are 24 players turning
out for baseball at Heppner
with 12 on the varsity and 12 on
the JV team.
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