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Page 4 Section 2 Free Press Thursday, February 7, 2013 By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter Medical Lake will send 15 wrestlers to the Bi-Dis- trict championships this Saturday in Chelan. The Cardinals' Nick Reed at 106-pounds and 138-pound Anton King each earned individual weight titles as they fin- ished fourth in competi- tion between Northeast A League teams last Satur- day at Medical Lake. Additionally, Ricky Petersen was runner-up at 132 pounds for Medi- cal Lake, which earned 164 points. Freeman's 245 topped the standings. "I thought we wrestled well we had 19 wrestlers at districts and 15 placed in the top six," Medical Lake head coach Sam Petersen said. "Of the 19 only two were seniors." Anton King Three Cardinals fin- ished third including Zeb Klemke (120), lan O'Brien (220) and William Kear- ney (285) and six more, Shane Conners (113), Justin Brundage (132), Mathew Peterson (138), Tyler Loutzenhise (145), Roman Kissack (170) and Christian Keole (195). Reed advanced to his title match with a first- round bye, followed by a win over Justin Volk- Nick Reed ing from Kettle Falls. He pinned Jonathan Flynn of Lakeside in just41 seconds in the championship. King also won by a pin over Dustin Crowell of Chewelah in 3 minutes, 47 seconds after topping Joey Allen from River- side in the semifinals and Mason Macleit from Freeman in his opening match. Petersen lost 4-2 in his championship round to Billy Sims of Freeman after gaining the finals when Austin Krogh had to withdraw in the semis due to injury. Nathan Braswell (106), Erik Penn(160) and Boaz Guidry (182) were sixth place finishers and also advance. "We will have a strong group going to bi-districts and a strong group return- ing next year," Petersen said. "Hopefully we will have a good week of prac- tice and wrestle well on Saturday." Right now Petersen said everyone is healthy. "We always wish a couple of them would have won a few of the close matches last Saturday." Paul Delaney can be reached at pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. conL Cards win in Northeast A finale, fall in loser-out playoff game By PAUL DELANEY play and 1-19 overall Staff Reporter In their win over the The Medical Lake Cougars the Cardinals girls closed out the regu- started and finished lar season of Northeast strong leading 31-12 at A League play with a 55- halftime and then halt- 40 victory at Chewelah ing a Chewelah come- last Tuesday finishing back by outscoring the fifth, home team 19-9 in the Their season came to fourth quarter. an end this past Tues- KelbyWegnerscored day following a 47-35 20 points while Cassidy defeat at No. 4 River- Hagel added 19. The sidein aloser-out game. Free Press will have a The Cardinals finished season wrap-up story in the season with an 8-13 next week's issue. overall record under sec- P a u I D e l a n e y end-year coach Carey can be reached at Schwarzer. pde~ss. The seasonwas a sig- com. nificant improvement over Schwarzer's ini- team went winless on Contributed photo by Bill Peabody Cheney's contested middle ground In a back and forth game, the Westwood Mid- dle School Wolverines came out on top in the first ever boys' basketball game between two Cheney middle schools, downing the Cheney Middle School Hawks 51-47 in Cheney. Bat- tling for a rebound during the contest is left to right Graydon Endicott (WMS, white sleeve), Jackson Shaw (CMS No. 35), Matthew Riggs (WMS, player behind No. 35), Cameron Hardt (CMS No. 23), Drake Johnson (CMS player between Hardt and Riggs), Anthony Ehren- burg (WMS No. 21) and Wyatt McClury (CMS behind Ehrenburg). ADFFORDABLE ENTURES ~a good reason to smiie Eastern plays first-ever 12-game Schedule FROM NEWS SERVICE REPORTS The Eastern Washing- ton University football team is going to log a lot of road miles this fall to some of the tough- est football venues in America. The Eagles visit two bowl teams in the NCAA Football Bow] Subdivi- sion, as well as travel 2013 EWU Football Schedule State- Corvallis, Ore. S~ smut. 7- western ~O~r(~,- Chm~ Sept 14. at Tdedo Saturday, Sept. 21 - Open Saturd~, Sept. 28 - at Sam Houston State-Huntsville, Texas Saturday, Oct. S,Wd~r State"/= - Cheney Saturday, Oct. ~2- at North DakOta* - Grand Fod~s. N.D. to the NCAA Football Sm~l~,Oct;~9.south=ra . gt~ Subdlvz Championship - Sdurday, Oct, 26- at Montana - sion runner-up, as EWU's 2013 schedule was of- ficially announced Janu- ary 31 by EWU athletics director Bill Chaves. For the first time in school history, Eastern's regular season will include 12 Missoula, M0nL Saturday, Nov. 2 - at Idaho State* - Pocatello, Idea games. Eastern, which fin- ished 11-3 last season and advanced to the semifi- nals of the FCS Playoffs, opens the season Aug. 31 at Oregon State in Cor- vallis, Ore. Two weeks later, the Eagles travel to Ohio to play Toledo, then EWU plays at Sam Hous- ton State in Huntsville, Texas, Sept. 28. Collectively, those three opponents were 29-12 overall and won 16.of 17 games at home. Oregon State and Toledo both lost in bowl games defeated EWU in the playoffs to advance to the championship game in FCS, where the Bear- kats lost to North Dakota State 39-13. Providing a respite from the challenging Sep- tember road schedule will be Eastern's home opener Sept. 7 versus was second, MSU fourth Western Oregon. East- and Cal Poly 12th. ern's other home games Oregon State was 9-4 at RoDs Field are Oct. 5 overall and 6-1 in the Pac- versus Weber State (Hall 12 Conference in 2012, of Fame Day), Oct. 19 ranked 19th nationally. against Southern Utah The Beavers ended the (Homecoming), Nov. 9 season by losing 31-27 to against Montana State Texas is the Valero Alamo and Nov. 23 versus Port- Bowl. land State (Senior Day). Toledo advanced to its Game times for EWU third-straight bowl game, home games will be an- falling to Utah State 41- nounced at a later date, 15 in the Famous Idaho but the Sept. 7 game Potato Bowl in Boise. The versus Western Oregon Rockets finished 9-4 over- will most likely be a all and 6-2 in the West- night game. ern Division of the Mid- Eastern's four league American Conference. road games require sig- Sam Houston State nificant travel as well. has now lost the last two Eastern plays its first- title games in FCS, and ever game in Grand edged EWU 45-42 in the Forks, N.D., Oct. 12 semifinals of the FCS versus North Dakota, Playoffs Dec. 15, 2012, at tangles with Montana in RoDs Field. The Bearkats Missoula Oct 26, travels finished the season 11-4 to Idaho State in Po- overall and 6-1 in the catello Nov. 2 and makes Southland its final road trip of the regular season at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo on Nov. 16. 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