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FOI H-The Ifpppnor GnHte-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, March 5, W1
Fillies lose last game to Wahtonka, 41-64
Cardinals lose chance
The Heppner Fillies lost
their last game of the season
last Friday to Wahtonka. The
loss placed the Fillies in 4th
place in the district. The final
score was 41-64.
High point scorer was Mary
Kincaid with 23 points. High
rebounders were Sandra Ward
with 7, and Kellie Hammond
and Lottie Lnughlin, both with
Quarter scores were 13-16.
23-34 . 33-47 and 41-64.
Unidentified Fillie goes for a
Unidentified Fillie goes up for
Deann Connor (14) looks on
A . .A junior at Heppner High
j. been involved in GAIi. National
' and is a member of the Herisch
77 grade point average.
. Cindi is an extremely active
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Heppner. 41: Lottie Laugh
lin 2 0-0 4. Mary Kincaid 9 5-14
23. Sandra Ward 1 1-4 3,
Margaret Kincaid 0 0-2 4,
Krliie Hammond 3 1-2 7. Anne
Van Schoiack 0 0-1 0. Deann
Connor. Cindi Bergstrom,
Lorri Day.
Wahtonka. 64: Anna Durand
0 2-2 2. Carolyn Phillips 6 0-3
12. Hollie Brown 6 2-4 14. Liz
Wilson 2 0-0 4. Neva Eklenbush
11 2-8 11, Sandy Rose 1 0-0 2,
Kim Phillips 3 0-0 6. Mikki
Keller. Helen Mittie, Shelly
Wonsyld. Leah Jack.
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Kellie Hammond (34) takes
Cardinals bounce
On Saturday. February 28.
the Cardinals bounced back to
down the Condon Blue Devils
for third place. tfi-fi2.
The Cards jumped out to an
early 23-13 first quarter lead
only to see the Blue Devils
rebound in the second quarter
The Cards were out scored in
the second quarter 24-17 but
still held a 40-37 half time lead
In the third quarter the
Cards were outscored 1R-10 by
Condon who took a 55-50 lead
at the end of the period.
In the fourth quarter Mark
Patton. who spent much of the
game on the bench in foul
trouble, scored 6 points to lead
the Cardinal turn around
With three minutes left to
play the Cards were down by
five points, but pressure
defense and two quick baskets
by Gregg Rietmann and a
rebound shot by Mark Palton
got the Cards back into the
The Cards got their final
four points on a free throw bv
Shawn LaRue which gave the
Cards the lead, and the two
free throws by Rietmann and
one by Treve Peterson cinch
ed the win. A blocked shot by
Patton got the ball back for
the Cards and enabled them to
clinch the victory.
Leading scorers for the
Cards were Jim McCabe with
17. Rietmann with 10 and
La Hue with 12. Leading scorer
for Condon was Frank Bau
man with 24.
Mark Patton led the Card
rebounders with 14 as they
outrebounded Condon 33 to 27.
Coach LaRue said. "I was
pleased with our play in the
Smith's team upsets Johnston's
Mike Smith's team got 13
points from Clay Papineau
and 11 from Bill Morris as it
upset Rick Johnston's team,
45-38. in Heppner men's city
league basketball action Sun
day night.
Gary Watkins' 10 points
paced Johnston's teamwhich
suffered just its fourth loss in
11 games.
In other games, Brent
Eggers' team beat Dave
Allstott's team. 02-55: Don
Barber's team topped Forest
Service. 67-56; and lone dril
led Us Scwab, 06-41.
Paul Stringer bombed in 19
points to lead Eggers' team,
which got 12 points from Bill
Myers and 10 from Curt Day.
For Allstott's team. Allstott
had 16 points. Bruce Kestler.
14. and Ken Grieb. 11
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jump shot. Ann Van Schoiack (44)
tone's Shawn LaRue mokes
tournament, but disappointed
over the loss to Dufur. We
plaved well enough to win. All
of our players had a pretty
good tournament, but Jim
Mcf'abe plaved very well both
lone LaRue 4 4 7 12.
McCabe fi 5 7 17. M Patton 4
1-4 !l. Thompson 2 0-0 4.
Peterson I 12 3. Hams 0 0-1 0,
Morler 1 0-0 2. Rietmann 6 4-5
Hi. T. Patton 0 3-4 3,
Condon 02: Bauman 0 4-8
Barber's team was sparked
by La Verne 'Van Marler's 28
points, while John McCabe
collected If! and Mike Rowell,
10. Howard Burnside netted 22
points and Les Pozen, 12. for
Forest Service.
Lee J'adberg garnered 18
points and Joel Peterson, 10,
for lone, while Tom Pointer's
Judy's Fabrics
closing for
good Sat.
Judy's Fabrics in Heppner
will close its door perman
netitly liiis Saturday
The store owner. Rila Sum
ner is offering reduced items
in a going out -of business sale
now through the closing day.
photo by Sherry Cowett
tools on.
back to down Blue
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a diving shot around a Condon
24. McLane 2 0-1 4. Durham (I
0-0 0. Houghton 0 0-0 0. Flail 3
0 1 0. Lands (17 Mi 19. Cooney 0
5-0 5. Snyder 0 01 0. Wealher
ford 2 0-0 4
Fouls: lone. 25. Condon. 25.
Fouled Out: McLane, Lan
ds, Snyder.
The Dufur Rangers won the
district title on Saturday bv
downing the Arlington
Honkers. 50-4(1.
20 points led Les Schwab.
This week's schedule is as
follows: Forest Service (1 10)
vs. Devin (5-5 1 at 5 p.m.; lone
(9-2) vs. Johnston (7-4) at 0
p m.; Eggers (8 2) vs Smith
(2-9) at 7 p.m.; and Us
Schwab f 1-9) vs Barber do I
at 8 p.m. Allstott (5-0) has a
Heppner TV
The Heppner T.V. Cable
office has temporarily relo
cated al the Gonty Radio Shop
until a permanent office is
found, reported their new
manager. Ken Nairns. Jr.
for return to state
The lone Cardinals lost their
chance forn return to the stale
tournament in Baker ns they
were downed by the hotshool
ing Dufur Hangers Friday in
I'malilla by the score of fili-M.
The fianeers opened the
first quarter shooting 5!)
percent on 10 of 17. and never
looked back. The Cards stayed
in the game with 50 percent
shooting for the quarter them
selves. The Hangers held a
21 Hi lead at the end of the
In second quarter action the
Cards were able to slay within
one point of the Hangers, hut
could not close the gap. The
Cards went to the lockcrroom
t the half down. 3H 32
In third quarter action
Shawn LaHue scored alt six of
his points for the game and the
Cards closed to within two
(xiints at 50-48
In the fourth quarter the
Cards got Ix-hind by eight, but
came storming back at the
end to nuain close the gap lo
two points With 00 seconds
1HI Hie Cardinals were down
by six. bill two missed free
throws by the Banners and
two quick baskets by Jim
McCahe and Cirecu liietmann
brought the Cards lo within
two The Cards at'ain fouled
and the Hangers missed The
Cards look a time out with two
seconds left The Cards i;ot off
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a hall court desperation shot
by Treve Peterson that missed
at the huvor.
According to coach Del
Lalhie, "The Cards had to
play catch up all day from the
first quarter on. They would
gel I he lead up to six points
and then we could gel it down
to two or one and then it would
he riuht hack to six points
again. We just couldn't seem
to get the lead."
The Hangers shot a spark
hn 00 percent for the game on
30 of so from the field. The
Cards shot 44 percent on 2B of
04 From the -charily stripe
nul'ur was of ll for 55
percent and the Cards were 11
of 8 for 100 percent In the
rebound department I hp
Cards led 20 IB.
Coach I.aRue's comments
after the game were, "We got
beat bv a team thai shot very
well, and played very well
today, I tun disappointed thai
we lost and won't he playing
for Hie championship, hut I
feel llml we also plaved very
well today. If Dufur can play
like that tomorrow they will
. win the championship."
Leading scorer for the
Cards was Jim Mcfahe with
IH points, billowed lw Hid
maun with 14 Mark I'alion
and Les Thompson conlri
holed 10 each leading scorer
lor lUilur was Ion Fllis wiih
21 I.alhie ua the leading
rehouiifler with 0 boards
Tim Patton (10) wail for rebound
shot against Condon
lime til: La Hue 3 0 0 6.
McCabe 7 4 4 lit. M, I'alion 4'
22 10 Thompson 4 2? 10,
Peterson 3 0 (I li. Hams 0 0 (1 o.
Morler 0 (l-o 0, Hielmann 7 0 0
14. T. Pal ton I) 0 0 0, '
DiiIiii lid: Sansom 0 0 0 0. 1
Mead 0 1 12. Piillen 1 0 0 2.
Heed 4 0-2 It, Hunt 9 12 ltt,
Tihhrts 1 0 (I 2. Fllis 9 5 0 23.
Olio 0 0 (HI. Cnderhill 00 0 0
I'iiiiK: lone 15, Imfur 9.
for season
The women of Willow Creek
Coiuilry Club met Wednesday,
February 25. to organise for
the coming golf season,
Ladies' lay play will 'begin
Tuesday, April 7. with coffee
at 9:30 and hole play til 10
a.m. and 4 p.m
Olficers lor the women's'
group are: Bev Wilson -president
; Fran Crook - vice
president, Aunella Klmger -treasurer:
tournament com
mittee Jan Thorn and Fddi
Skew, eclectic tournament -Fran
Crook : and Linda Shaw -handicaps
and publicity.
Visitations will be June M for
local visitors; June 23 for
gollers from Bnardman. Mr
Nary. Pendleton, and Walla
Walla and June 30 with
Condon. Kiiiua ami Fcho
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