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- Hulman  Thursday, May 27, 1982 Cheney Free Press Baltimore, arrit volved in a d )ns, Charlton HI 00gles end season one game shy of Pac 10 title Page 9 tirlwind finish, Eastern hiversity has completed e as a baseball-playing te Pacific-10 Conference ionship sion only one game short ,rro Castle Thip ff the tragic ve concluded their 1982 weekend, sweeping suc- Lttch:rat headers from Northern ,cis . Sidney Mpion Oregon State and tland State, to finish with record. EWU was com- in the final standings, one Oregon State and Wash- ased on the ich posted 16-8 Northern hrs.) iS. tshington, Oregon State record tbe re the only Northern nes entangm to rmst winning league t. 1981. Rate =- WoUnd up four games !th-place Portland State iga and Washington, the 1981 Northern Division titlist, followed with 10-14 records and Portland was last with a 6-18 record. The Northern Division had seven members this spring after a merger between surviving members of the Northern Division and the Northern Pacific League (NorPac). The seven are the remaining NCAA Division I baseball teams in the region. EWU wound up its first season under coach Jim Wasem with a 24-28 record, overcoming a 7-16 start by winning nine of their last 10 games. After sweeping league doubleheaders at Washington and University of Port- land the previous weekend, EWU began its final week of play by splitting a doubleheader with sharply improved Central Wfishington in Ellensburg. The Wildcats won the opener, 4-3. EWU captured the nightcap, 2-1, behind the pitching of freshman Mike Johnson (Spokane). Last Friday, Eastern tripped Oregon State, 2-1 and 7-3, before ending the season with 3-0 and 6-5 conquests of Portland State in Cbeney. In sweeping Oregon State, EWU pitchers Ron Burns and Chris Fazendin shut down slugger Jim Wilson, who became Northern Division Player of the Year, six straight times. Burns fanned Wilson three times in the opener. Lefthanded-hitting Mike Smick, a player of the week candidate, wound up the campaign by going six for 12 at the plate with four RBI in the two twinbills. He finished the league season with 13 hits in his last 25 official at bats to wrap up the team batting championship. Smick, a junior from Ephrata, led the team with 56 hits and a .389 average, highest since Eldon Hancock batted .394 in 1977. Smick, a transfer from Centralia CC, also was tops in total bases (73) and walks (30). As a sign of his consistency, Smick hit .391 in league action. Junior Jim Ewing (Kirkland) hurled seven-inning shutouts against Washing- ton and Portland State to conclude the season and he led the pitching staff with a 2.11 earned run average despite a 4-5 record. Ewing permitted only 39 hits in 59 2/3 innings. Burns was the top winner with a 5-6 record. Fazendin (4.6) had a 2.87 ERA and reliever Barry Kate finished with a 5-1 record, five saves and a 2.27 ERA, but did not pitch enough innings to qualify for the title. Smick placed third in Northern Di- vision batting. Washington's senior outfielder Jeb Best was first, batting .401. Ewing won the Northern Division ERA crown. Fazendin was fourth in earned run average and strikeouts (51). Burns (Spokane), Fazendin (Kenne- wick) and Kate (Havre, MT) are graduating seniors. Shortstop Wayne Collins (Tacoma), second baseman A1 Simmons (Tacoma) and first baseman Ken Bettinson (Kennewiek) also have completed their careers. Collins and leftfielder Alex Podruzny (Wanham, Alta.) were the only players to appear in all 52 games. However, Simmons, who led the team with 15 stolen bases in 19 tries, and outfielder Shawn Mackin (Spokane) played in 51. Because EWU has played extended schedules for only three years at the Division I level, Collins and Simmons finished among career leaders in game played and at bats even though both were junior college transfers. Burns, Fazendin and Kato joined career lead- ers in pitching categories, including starts, innings and complete games for Burns and Fazendin, for the same reason. Fazendin narrowly missed one- season marks for innings pitched (81 2/3) and complete games (8). In each case, he fell short of records establish- ed last spring by Bill Patterson (Belle- vue). Collins is believed to have set an EWU record with eight sacrifice bunts. Simmons led Eastern this spring with 34 runs scored. Podruzny was the RBI leader with 36. Ben Creighton (Kirk- land), the third outfielder, narrowly missed breaking the one-season record with 32 strike outs. However, he also led the team with three homeruns and batted .300. Smick and Bettinson shared the doubles lead with 11 each. Maekin, Podruzny and Simmons each had three triples. Eastern batted .293 as a team, third highest figure in EWU history. The Eagles had a record 32 sacrifice bunts. The pitching staff had a collective earned run average of 4.68. EWU was fourth in Northern Division hitting and fifth in the pitching figures ranked by earned run average. Both team rankings are somewhat deceptive. At the plate, EWU tended to intersperse low-hit games with ex- plosions of 12 hits or more. On the mound, Ewing, Burns, Fazendin, Kate and the fourth starter, Barry Aden (Renton), had a combined ERA of 3.36, which would have led the Northern Division with room to spare. a champion :)ugh her loss, Be Toklas' A ventional ii iiiii iii tmpionship j, man acq=. flOe/Track net status in! lercedes McG H awks q u all fy ,narmedseagll state actio ;t pass on tell nil B n Holden, TrJ RobertKleidY High School track Jb act. torapete in state action at in Tacoma this Friday I1" A nigh m " " "un from an  pet]tmn at East Valley 3ult. Rated R.ekend, Rich Matheson m the highjump for a finish and a state berth. it' American h also set a new school Rebellion  four-kilo shot with a ven tr)ough,, , on Murray, [. 9 ', which gave her a 959 Sh and a similar right to packard bat. oils tO a schJ0  , Devere, Jo -relay team was the rein Cheney to earn the ace. The team of Jennifer 1 St. John, Carol Fletcher irmstead raced for 1:44.3, .linish The team also westigator  td her daugl  a second- 1975. COnd-place finish in the tulman CI# failed to qualify for state =ypnotize o t of ' ' o ,le rform ve ,d enter him; peo pe ry '. Gale Rotented Coach Joe Richer, Other athletes' efforts. , , I t heaved the javelin 186' /- woman tries to beecond-place finish, and Rated R. "n an asylum Diana Rhodes came in fourth in the 300-hurdles with a time of 48.4. The boys' 400-relay team of Dennis Owen, Kurt Macomber, Meriek Swen- son and Del Krumm finished second in their event with a time of 44.3 John Massong recorded a personal best time of 2:04 in the 800, and John Vigil recorded a time of 4:44.9 in the 1600. In the triplejump, Hugh Sullivan scored a distance of 42' 9a/4 '', and Macomber went 20' 7" in the longjump. Diane Shaffer placed second with a distance of 16' 1V2" in the longjump. Carol VanKuren also took a second in the discus with a distance of 113' 1", followed by Karen Farmers "disap- pointing" toss of 112' 7", according to Richer. Monday night, seasonal awards were given out. Taking the Coaches Awards were Armstead and Ron Smith. Most Improved honors went to Greg Grogan and Diane Shaffer, with Farmer and Matheson taking the Most Inspirational honors. Team captains for the season were Brash, Farmer, Matbeson and Macomber. "nam00ham advances mbridge. 1 le. Stevie S Glenda J !. Rated PC. onship raekster Lennie Parham the only state qualifier in t homicide.t All League meet at East es m an u t msplants. GF We other Cardinal men heel records and others ng ribbons. Ualified for the 100-meter )kiss' A diceeond nlace time of 11:02. rational lifel e.  _ JI young hiL. r'er dash, ne secure(1 a Patten. 19n berth with a time of 22.65. tarned by the Cards in- .. )urth-nlace slot for Bill )ra the perL r entangled B 165' javelin throw. In the }81 Rated " , Broady Artis failed to arned a fourth place perch (}-meter run, third place Williford turned in a time iile his teammate Dan ed a fifth place slot with bl records were set by Joe o Placed seventh in the 1600 meter run, breaking Medical Lake's previous time of 4:39.6 and Justin Johnson in the 300-meter low hurdles completed the heat in 41.5 breaking the school record by one-tenths of a second. Girl traeksters at Medical Lake completed a dissappointing 1-6 league season with a few bright notes. Senior Dawn Tubbs managed a fourth place throw in the discus and establish- ed a new school record of 108' 1". Tubbs also managed a fifth-place slot in the javelin competition. Tubbs' discus performance was fop lowed by a fifth-place finish by Cinda Kammerman with 102'. Girls Coach Mr. Lang said the sophomore shows great promise for next season. Junior Lora DesRoche pulled down a sixth place in the 300 hurdles and a seventh in the 100-meter dash. Pharelon Johnson managed 4' 10" in the high jump to tie for fifth place in the meet. Igelin fund established assist former Eastern University assistant oh, Dr. Gary Meggelin, lished, ask Pacific University B et- Was to have undergone !Y 20 at the Mt. Siani ew York City, for the rare brain tumor. A sum needed for his entry into ic University campus re- us insurance will not cover expenses. A memo cir- the Pacific University University President Dr. ller noted that $2,000 has so far. ay be made to the Gary ust Fund, The Forest hal Bank, P.O. Box 888, , Ore., 97116. The trustees are Dr. Walter Reif, Pacific 00nfo offered tn residents are now able to , to receive information on 3, a toll-free number, , is in operation Monday ,ay, 8-5. ree line will be effect until chaplain, and Chad Yowell, Pacific athletic director. Meggelin, 39, has completed his first year of coaching at Pacific, but is well-known in Washington County, hav- ing been vice principal of Hillsboro High School in 1974-76. Immediately before coming to Pacific, he was touring the Western United States as a motivational speaker. He has also coached at Nestucca High School and elsewhere in the Northwest, while also having been high school superintendent at Winlock, Wash. iiii!iii!iiiiiiiii: Highjump Cheney's Rich Metheson cleared 6' 6V," in district track competition this past weekend In order to be one of six CHS athletes to qualify for state compe- tition this coming weekend. CHS baseball awards given Cheney High School baseball awards were given out Monday evening. Joe Hedge earned .the Most Improved honors, and Ron Grogan was awarded the Most Inspirational award. Third- year letterman John Atkinson was given the Senior Leadership Award. The Coach's Award went to Byron Nelson, and the Sophomore Award went to Curt Hobbs. First-year lettermen are Mike Flint, Tim McBride, Jeff Shea, Parry Gerber, Bill Shreeve, Grogan, Tim Byers and Paul Kuhn. Second-year lettermen are Shawn Jordan, Hedge, Nelson, Lee Athletes advance Eight Cheney-area students recently won numerous awards at the Area Special Olympics, held May 8 at Spo- kane Community College. Advancing to state competition, June 4-6 in Tacoma, will be Whitney Hoon, Dotty Dzedsy, Terry Pratt, Greg Boa- vins, Nathan Clark, Rusty Hand and Steve Eberhart. Henry, Roy Hogeboom and Troy Kin- ney. Coach Terry Regnier noted that the Summer Baseball Program has begun, with league action set to start in early June. Anyone interested in helping either with the Senior or Junior Babe Ruth leagues may da so by contacting Regnier at the High School at 235-6203. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii more sports page 10 i iiii!iiiiiiii!i!iiiiiii!!iiiiiii!!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiii NOW AVAILABLE IN CHENEY Silver Rounds Silver Dollars Collector Coins Rare Stamps Supplies K & S ENTERPRISES Cheney Flea Market 23S4347 CHS tennis Five plan trip to state Five of the six Frontier League tennis players advancing to state competition this Friday and Saturday in Wenatchee will come from Cheney High School. Taking first place in the boys' singles division was Cheney senior Mike Man- son, who defeated Mathias Malmgrem of West Valley, 6-1, 6-4. Likewise, the boys' doubles team of Randall Strad- ling and Lars Johansen from Cbeney claimed the top doubles title by defeat- ing a Pullman team, 6-2, 6-2. Cheney's girls' doubles team of Malei Young and Maura Flynn followed suit with their title win over their Clarkston rivals, 6-1, 6-1. "They (Young and Flynn) were terrific," commented Cheney girls' coach Jeff Butler. "They didn't have a close match." The coach said he wa5 pleased with their work and confident of their play at state. The Flynn/Young team is the first girls' team from Cheney ever to ad- vance to state tennis action. Maura's sister, Angela, previously went to state in singles action in 1979. Natalie Alnutt represented Cheney at the district meet this past weekend at West Valley and won her first match, 6-2, 6-1, before being eliminated. Cheney boys' coach Gary Hutsell noted his pleasure over his dominating team. Manson's last match was tough, he commented, and Stradling and Johansen "were awesome." Hutsell said Johansen was strong at serving and serve-receiving, allowing Stradling to be tough up front at the net. Monday night, Manson was given the Most Valuable team member honor, while Stradling was voted Most Inspira- tional. Philip Wall was named Most Improved. For the girls, Flynn was named as the Most Valuable, with Jill Schelling being named Most Inspirational. Taking the Most Improved honor was Alnutt. CHS basketball clinic set Cheney High School basketball coach Denny Humphrey has announced the dates of this summer's local basketball clinics at the Cheney High School gymnasium. Clinics will be held for incoming fourth through 12-grade students on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, June 14-July 1, as well as on July 6, 7, 8 and 9. Incoming fourth through sixth-grade boys and girls will practice from 9 to 10:30 a.m. each day. Incoming seventh through 12-grade girls will practice from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Incoming seventh through ninth-grade boys will practice from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., and incoming 10th through 12-grade boys will practice from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Clinic participants are required to register by June 11, at which time they Fishermen to tell of sonar "How to Improve Your Fishing with Sonar" is the theme of the special clinic to be offered June 1 by the Inland Empire Big Game Council. The clinic and general meeting of the council starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Ziegler Building Center Auditorium, 4220 N. Market St., Spokane. Announcing: Michael H. Stuart Attorney has moved to 424 First Street Cheney, Wash. 235-5196 also must have turned in a liability waiver. The registration fee is $32 per student, but a family plan is available. Under the plan, the first family mem- ber is required to pay a fee of ,$32, with each additional member only paying $16. Students are required to wear shorts, t-shirts and tennis shoes. They also must bring their own towels each day. Skills to be covered will include the basics of dribbling and ball handling, as well as offensive and defensive tech- niques. Assisting Coach Humphrey will be Steve Larson. Brochures have been distributed to all local schools. For more details, call the coach at Cheney High School at 235-6203 or at home at 235-6047. ONLY THE FACTORY SELLS FOR LESS Cheney Track Club results The ninth-annual Cheney Spring Thing, a develop mental T.AC. track and field meet, was held May 23 ar Eastern Washington University's Woodward Field. Over 300 athletes ages 14 and younger participated. All divisions were awarded ribbons for the first six places. As a special surprise, developmental (six and younger) athletes were presented t-shirts by the Inland Emaire Board of Athletics. Chene/Track Club athletes, who placed were: Developmental Grls: 50m 51h Kasey Ann Richer 12.8; 20Ore., 4th Kasey Ann Richer 53.3; 220m, Raene I :I 38; 20Ore., 6th Sommer Kra{l 1:15.1; B.B,T., 2nd Nancy Hunter 15' 9"; BBT., 5th Lisa Anderson 3' 4"; BBT 6th Sommer Kroft 10' I 1"; and SLJ 6th Nancy Hunter 2" 5". Developmental Says: 5Om, 2nd Jason Huotari 9.8; 5Ore., 3rd Tom Gresham 9.9; 5Ore., Danny Beha I 1.4; 100m., 2nd Jason Huotari 20.7; 100m 3rd Tom Gresham 21.t; 10Ore., 4th Nels Swanson 22.0; loOm,, 3rd Hugh Hunter 23.1; 200m,, 1st Nels Swanson; 20Ore., 3rd Aaron Matthews 51.6; BBT, 3rd Jason Huotori 43"B"; BBT., 5th Dan Anderson 27'; BBT., 6th Danny Beho 20' 10"; SLJ., 3rd Aaron Matthews 3" 5"; and SLJ., 5th Hugh Hunter 3', Developmental Co-ed: 20Ore., relay Ist Nels Swan- son, Tom Gresham, Hugh Hunter, Kasey Ann Richer 540. Bantam Girls: 40Ore., relay 2nd Debbie Hargroye, Charlene Brown, Mironda Gresham and Kathy Coumb$ 1 : 12.6; BOOm., I st Sorah Schwald 2:49.8; mile, I st Sarah Schwald 6:04.6; Mile Relay, 1 st Debbie Hargrove, Sarah Schwald, Miranda Gresham, Alisha Smith 5:56.1; 6th shot put, let Alisha Smith, 14' 5"; Shot, 5th Miranda Gresham 10" 8"; Shot 6lh Kathy Coumbs 9" 6"; H J, lst Oebbte Hargrave 3' 4"; nd L J, 2nd,/kisha .mth 3' 3". Midget Girls; 4(X)m Relay, 6th Jonno UiElt, Kelly Johnston, Jennifer Jessett ond JOi Rime 1:04, I ; 8., 1st Theresa Simmons 2:48.2; 80Ore., 5th Jonna Uil 3:03.4; 6# shot put, 5th Jennifer Jessett 19" 8"', LJ., 6th Theresa Simmons 11' t*'; and Discus, 6th Jennifer Jessett 45" 61/ ''. Youth Girls 4ODIn Relay, 4th Cathy Dahm. Tommy Nossong, Shawna Sampson and Cathy Van Kuren 1:05.5; BOOm., 4th Tommy Massong 3:07.6; Mile, 2nd Tommy Simmons 6:13.4; 6 shot put, 2nd Cathy Van Kuren 29' 8"; Shot, 4th Shawna Sampson 2 7"; Shot, 6th Tommy Nassong 23' 1"; HJ., 2nd Cathy Van Kuren 4' 6"'; H J, 5th Tommy Simmons, 4' 0"; Discus, 1st Cathy Van Kuren 93' 5V="; Discus, 3rd Tommy Simmons 61' 6"; and TJ., 2nd Showno Sampson 22' 2/Z" Bantam Boys: 4OOm Relay, 2nd Jason Brown, Lee Gobroski, Patrick Andrew and Alan Long 1:10.9; 8(X)m , 2nd Jimmy Brychell 3:07.3; 100m., 1st Jason Brown 15.6; Mile, 3rd Brett Richer 6.44.8; Mile, 5th Emil Kraft 7:18.6; 200m., 5th Alan Long 36.4; 6# shot, 2nd Patrick Andrew 15" 7V"; Shot, 4th Brett Richer 13'; Shot, Sth Lee Gabroski 12' 9"; HJ., 4th Jimmy Brychell 3" 4"; Shot, 5th Emil Kraft 2' I I'; and LJ., 2nd Jason Brown I0" 9". Midget Boys: L J, 6th Bobby Spooner 1 I" 2"'. Youth Boys: 40m Relay, 4th Rory Uibel, Tim Steiner, Andy Long and Phil Cogley 59.6. 400m., 4th Mork Massong 1:01.0; BOOm., 2nd Steve Higuera 2:16.1; 10Ore., 3rd Mark Massong 12.8; 200m., 3rd Mark Massong 27.4; Mile, 3rd Chod Triptett 541.7; Mile Reloy, 1st Phil r'ogley, Chad Triplett, Mark Massong and Steve Niguera 4:27, I; 4K Shot, 4th Tim Steiner 29' ..'"; bah Dan Bannerman 27' 3"; H J., 2nd Tim Steiner 5' 2"'; end Discus, 6th Steve Higuera 83' IV". Subscribe WE STAND OUT ABOVE THE REST Toyota Cellca GT Lift- 7 back 5-spd., buckets, AM-FM stereo, 1yr. 3199 warranty ............... Citation 4-dr., V-6, auto, tilt, local 1 owner, 2 tone paint, 1yr. warranty .... 4599 Olds Cutlass diesel 30,000 1 owner miles, IRI4FI / owner miles, air, tilt, cruise, landau top, rear defogger. 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