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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, January 17, 1996 - FIVE
Fillies pull off tough win lone Cardinals take a big Cardinals edge out Condon
overUmatilla Vikings, 47-43 win over Arlington Honkers Blue Devils in overtime
By K ara M iller
The lone Varsity girls travel­
ed to Arlington Saturday, Jan.
13, to play their second league
game of the season. The Cards
won, 70-27.
The Cards started fast and
strong by getting the tip and
running it up the court for two.
All 12 of the Cardinals saw
playing time and contributed to
lone's victory. lone played
good defense, ending the game
with 16 steals to Arlington's
Melissa McElligott led the
Cardinals' offensive game with
12 points. Three teammates,
Dawn Boor, Suzy Heideman
and Kara Miller, followed close­
ly with 10 each. The Cardinals
shot 43 percent from the floor
and 60 percent from the line,
which helped them come out
on top. Jenny Sullivan and
Heideman each had seven re­
bounds to lead the Cards on
the boards.
The teams played a fifth
quarter for the reserves to get
some action. It was a close con­
test, ending with a 10-8 lone
Stats: Boor 4 0-1 10, Childers 2 0-0 4,
Anderson 2 1-25, Haguewood 2 0-0 4,
Miller 2 5-7 10, McElligott 4 2-2 12, J
Sullivan 4 0-1 8. N. Sullivan 1 0-0 2, Ball
21-2 5, Heideman 5 0-010, Odinet, Holtz
Totals: 28 9-15 70
Three-points goals: Boor 2, McElligott 2,
Mustangs nipped 57-55
Photo by Joyce Hughes
S torm y H o w ard (20) looks to get the ball into Lori M oeller.
The Heppner Fillies pulled
out a tough win over the Uma­
tilla Vikings Saturday night,
Jan. 13, on their home court.
The Fillies won, 47-43. Hepp­
ner played tough team defense,
which was a key to the win.
The Fillies started Tina
Kemp, Jossie Evans, Stormy
Howard, Lori Moeller and An­
nie Hisler, however, all ten
players contributed to this vic­
tory. Everyone showed a great
team effort.
Moeller scored 15 points, His­
ler had 12, Kemp put down
seven, and Lexi Matteson add­
ed five. Jill Barber and Howard
each scored three points;
Howard's was a nice three-
point shot. Evans rounded out
the scoring with two points.
The offensive stats for both
teams were identical-Heppner
made just four more free
throws than Umatilla. Heppner
was 10-16 from the free throw
line, while Umatilla was 6-12
from the line.
The JV girls had a great
game, winning 50-14 over
The Fillies' next game will be
Friday night, Jan. 19 at Weston-
McEwen, followed by a home
game on Saturday afternoon
against Stanfield.
event with a perfect 25 score.
Jim Eynetich placed second
. with a 24.
The handicap event was led
by Tim Hedman shooting a
22/25. Steven Crum and Eyne­
tich tied for second with 21.
One Annie Oakley event Was
played out, with Haguewood
taking the win.
The gun club will be open at
noon this Sunday, Jan. 21, for
another afternoon of trapshoot­
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end of the first quarter was 2-0,
The Cardinals lineup for the
second quarter changed and
the offense fell into place. Re­
bounds were the key to the win
of this defensive battle. Angie
Ball led the Cards with 11. Maci
Childers had several steals.
The JV team does not play
again until Friday, Jan. 19 at 3
p.m. against the Weston-Mc-
Ewen JVs.
In the Ione-Condon girls' JV
game Friday, Jan. 12, lone was
able to pull off the win, 26-15.
Condon got the beginning tip,
but was unable to answer it
with a point on the board. Both
teams had trouble getting the
ball to fall through the hoop.
The first points of the game
came from a breakaway lay-in
by Kara Miller. The score at the
Justin M atteson finds a good place to sit down during the Um atilla
g am e.
The Heppner Mustangs came
back from a 10 point deficit
twice to tie the visiting Umatilla
Vikings, but came up two
points short at the buzzer, to
lose their second conference
basketball game 57-55 Saturday
The Mustangs were effective
in getting the ball inside to Ben
Hubert and Chris Sykes, but
couldn't muster enough to
overcome the outside shooting
of Lee Lafferty, who kept
Umatilla in the game down the
Three players from Heppner
have been named to the State
All-Star 2A Football Team.
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Ruhl in Hula Bowl
Rich Ruhl, son of Richard
Ruhl and grandson of Faye
Ruhl; bdth of Lexington, has
been selected to play football in
the Hula Bowl this Sunday in
Ruhl, a senior at the Univer­
sity of Oregon, has played
linebacker for the Ducks the
past four years, and is no
stranger to big games, says his
"Rich has played in the In­
dependence Bowl, the Rose
Bowl and the Cotton Bowl.
He's been involved in a lot of
big games over his career,"
says Richard.
Hubert put up 15 points, B j
Justin Matteson added 14; and *
Sykes bagged a team-high 18
for the Mustangs.
Dan Burnside, Jim Schlaich
and Jeff Watkins each added
four points to round out the
The 1-3 conference Mustangs
travel to Weston-McEwen to
take on the 3-0 Tigerscots Fri­
day night, and then meet Stan­
field Saturday.
Three from Heppner named to
State All-Star Football team
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Tri-County Ambulance
P.O . Box 9
Heppner, OR 97836
Stats: Boor 0 1 - 2 1 , Anderson 3 2-2 8,
Haguewood 2 0-2 4, McElligott 5 1-313,
J. Sullivan 1 4-6 6, Heideman 3 1-5 7,
Odinet, Miller Total: 14 9-20 39
Three-point goals: McElligott 2.
Fouled out: none
By K ara M iller
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The Condon Blue Devils roll­
ed into lone Friday, Jan. 12
determined to win the first
league game of the 19% season.
The Blue Devils went away
empty-handed as the Cardinals
came away with the win, 39-36.
A large crowd was on hand to
watch this Big Sky matchup
between these rival teams.
The Cardinals knew, even
before they lost the opening tip
to the Devils' Margaret Schott,
that they would have to hit on
target and play fast-paced ball,
lone's Suzy Heideman put the
first point on the board with a
trip to the foul line. Melissa
McElligott added two more
from a steal and breakaway lay-
in. The Devils' Dailene Selby
answered the Cardinals by put­
ting in a shot just inside the arc,
making the score 3-2, lone.
Both teams ran the court
hard, but each had several cost­
ly turnovers. Heideman made
two more of her game total
seven points with a jump shot
in the middle of the key. Alina
Olsen of Condon made a cross­
over move to keep the Devils
within one point. Then lone's
Jenny Sullivan added two and
lone started to increase their
lead to end the first half with
lone JV girls beat Condon
Gun Club elects new officers
The Morrow County Gun
Club held its annual business
meeting last Sunday, Jan. 13.
Mick Sharp was elected as a
new board member. Sharp
joins Mike Adams and Mark
Schlichting on the board'with
Kelwayne Haguewood'conti­
nuing as secretary/treasurer
and Harvey Childers replacing
Roger Mortimore as president.
League trapshooting follow­
ed the meeting with Loren
Woodside leading the 16-yard
the score lone 20, Condon 11.
The Cardinals had the ball to
open the second half. A Car­
dinal's turnover gave the De­
vils an opportunity to score the
first points of the quarter with
a pass from Annilee Durfey to
Leann Barnett. Both teams kept
turning the ball over and the
score remained unchanged un­
til Condon's Durfey dribbled
down and made a short jump
The lone team lost concentra­
tion, went cold and couldn't
get the ball to fall. They struggl­
ed through the final quarter los­
ing their lead. The Condon
team outscored the Cardinals in
both final periods of regulation
play. The buzzer ending the
fourth quarter went off with the
score tied, 31-31.
lone regained some of their
ball control and were able to
put the first points up in the
overtime period. The Cards
finally pulled their game
together and got the victory,
39-36. Leading the Cardinals
was McElligott with 13 points
from the floor and 13 rebounds.
By K ara M iller
Senior Chris Sykes was pick­
ed for both the offensive and
defensive lines on the second
Shaun Hisler, also a senior,
was named third team running
back, and Junior Jim Schlaich
was picked third team defen­
sive back.
Bowling League
Thursday Nite Mixers
week of Dec. 28
Wright's Century
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lone Repair
Lancer Lanes
39% 20%
Skaggs Auto Clinic
High games: Phyllis Piper 173,
Dean Roderick 178.
High series: John Breidenbach
468, Phyllis Piper 467.
Splits converted: Gayle Eynetich
3-10, Phyllis Piper 2-7.
week of Jan. 4
lone Repair
Wright's Century
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42% 21%
Lancer Lanes
Skaggs Auto Clinic
High games: Fran Barnett 202,
John Breidenbach 175.
High series: Marie Rudisill 506.
John Breidenbach 496
Splits converted: Dianna Hoeft 6-7,
3-10, Cindy Roderick 3-10, Phyllis
Piper 6-7-8-10, 2-7-10, Rob Skaggs
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January 26t 1996
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