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Cheney wins league honors SUpply I 2 3 4 5 -R H E 1 6 5 4 3-19 17 2 B 1 0 0 3 0--4 9 5 Xter (CBS)--I=IB, I-2B, -3B, I BS), 2-18 1-2B 4-R81 3-runs Mike S ethel ((2BS) 'catcher. dy Osmonson, '2-0. CB.S now 5-0 teQm. Bank, 37-2. Ripley, 1-3B, 1-HR. Judy 1-HR. Defensive Cowpam base. Winning pitcher: flball 12-3. udy Crebb, 2-38, I-HR. Diane Shaw, second Umph with no walks and two 3wl Standout: Jonno Howell, Stumph 1-0. Losing pitcher Mary Kinglsey, rovmg throw tO Wendy Fietek, a runner out at home plate. fast pitch 0 0 0--2 4 0 3 2 I 0-7 9 0 Barry Kate, 1-18, 1-28 and Gory Anderson, Almonds y's: John Honke, dtch 3 3 1 1--11 0 0 3 1 I 2--12 17 0 Were: Larry Wes, 2- B, -28, -IB, 1-38 and 4-RBI. Defensive Winning pitcher 1-0. Goofy's rallied to the seventh and eighth Schedule 14 i- Tuesday ant Egg, 6:30 p.m., Solnave , 6:30 Moos ;, 6:30 p.m., Salnave p.m., Moos e4 Wins Loss 3 0 1 1 1 I I 1 0 3 Softball Schedule 14. Monday vs Goofy's Tavern, 6:15 pro., 7:45 I Solnave .=-in, 8:00 Salnave 6:15 p.m., Selnove 'une 4 iPpty ins Loss  o 4 1 3 I 2 2 t i 2 0 3 0 3 4 For the third time in the nine-year history of the Frontier (AA) League, Cheney High School's athletic teams have combined to win the All-Sports Trophy. Frontier League teams competing for the honor were judged on a point system in which each of the major and minor teams finished in respect to other teams in each catagory in the league. Cheney topped the point totals with 145 points, followed by West Valley with 136 and Pullman with 132. Each of these schools has now won the award on three separate occasions. During the year, Blackhawk teams Fish Report placed as follows: football, fourth; volleyball, second; girls' cross country, second; boys' cross country, third; wrestling, first; boys' basketball, tied for third; girls' basketball, third; boys' track, tied for second; girls' track, second; golf, fourth; baseball, fourth; boys' tennis, first; and girls' tennis, third. Athletic Director James Hatch said that Cheney's winning of the award in what is considered one of the top AA leagues in the state is "a credit" to the all-round athletic program at Cheney High School. Hatch commented that the athletic program at Cheney further reflects the support of the school Seasons ending Area fisherpersons should be aware that the early fishing season on a few local lakes have either just ended or will end in the near future. Fishing at North Silver Lake ended June 6, but will open again, Sept. 1-30. Medical Lake, which is a special "quality" or "selective" fishing lake, is scheduled to close on June 13. It also will open again for a late season in September. West Medical Lake will remain open through July 4, after which time it also will be closed until the late season in September. Fisherman should be aware that it may only take seven or fewer fish at West Medical Lake for a weight limit. Catch 'era now... As noted by the photos this week and in past weeks, many large trout have been taken from the Williams Lake Resort and Bunker's Resort docks on Williams Lake. The lake is scheduled for rotenone treatment this fall, so fisherman may want to catch as many lunkers as possible in the meantime. Local Fishing Cheney Game Warden Ernie Trim reported Monday that good trout fish- ing still can be had at Badger Lake south of Cheney. Fish there, he said, average nine to 10 inches. West Medical Lake is providing "excellent" rainbow fishing for 11/4 - administration in supporting athletics on an equal basis with other areas of academics. Other factors for having a "quality athletic program, according to tlateh. includes having a quality atheltic pro- gram at the Junior High School and just having "a bunch oi good, decent kids." he said. Track Club results TA'C Junior Olympics Track and held June 5 at Eastern ' Spansared by the Cheney Track 'Is participated in a full day of YOre awarded to the top six advance to the Association Championships will be held lids' championship on June in Chancy, where the top Region Xll competition in t Cheney Track Club who placed t (6//) Ist Debbie Hergrove 16' th 15" 11/4"; Shot 6th Kathy )li Avey 9' 10V2"'; HJ 1st 1st Sarah Schwald 1500 m. 1st Sarah Ist Kathy Coumb, Debbie and Miranda Gresham Sarah Schwold, Miranda Natalie Avey 5:52.4. Kefly Johnston 46' 5V2"; 41' 6"; 6# shot 1st Jennifer Simmons 10' 10"; HJ 3rd Kelly Johnston 3' 9"; 2:54.5; 80am 3rd Jonne Throckmorton 10.2; Julie Throckmorton, 1:03.8; mile relay 1st Simmons, Jonne Uibel end Van Kuren 96' 2"; 11"; discus 2nd Tommy Van Kuren 62' 8V:F'; 30' 6:Y4"; shot 5th Tommy Van Kuren 4" 4"; 20am 40am 3rd Tins Woody Ssang 2:59.1; 8Ore" LH 3rd Cathy Dahm 200 m. 6th st Tommy Simmons 5:46.4; 6:56.2; and M.R. Tommy Kathy Green and Tins st Lisa Miffs 26"; Javelin 2nd s 1st Terri Schmitt 48' 5"; 4K "'; shot 2nd Terri Schmitt 17' 10"; 400mh Ist Krisenn Smith 11:20.6; 3(X)Om Ella Fletcher 1:16.1; I; 8(m 3rd Nancy Selby 2:57.5; 4th Ella Fletcher 3:14.2; 100MLH 1st Krisann Hatch 18.8; 1500m 1st Kathryn Smith 5:31.6; 1500m 2r, d Nancy Selby 6:06.2; Mile Relay Ist Lisa Mills, Nancy Selby, Ella Fetcher and Krisann Hatch 5:41.5. Young Women; Javelin 5th Carol Van Kuren 60" 5"; discus Ist Koran Farmer 117'; discus 2nd Carol Van Kuren 95' 1V2"; 4K shot 3rd Karen Farmer 30" 10"; shot 4th Carol Van Kuren 26' 8"; LJ 1st Carol Fletcher 13' 6"; 400m ]st Carol Fletcher ]:01.5; 8OOm 1st Carol Van Kuren 3:029; and 20am 1st Carol Fletcher 27.0. Bantam Boys; 6# shot ]st Patrick Andrew 15' 9"; shot 4th Lee Gobroski 14' 1V"; shot 5th Brett Richer 12' 2"; LJ 1st Jason Brown 10" 5"; HJ 2nd Jimmy Brychell 3' 7"; 400m 4th Jimmy Brychell ] 23.3; 10am 3rd Jason Brown 164; 80am 2nd Jimmy Brychell 3:16.4; 1500m 3rd Emil Kraft 6:13.6; 150Om 5th 8rett Richer 6:44.3; 40am relay 1st Em;I Kraft, Patrick Andrew, Alan Lang and Lee Gobroski 1:17.6; and Mile Relay 1st Emil Kraft, Jason Brown, Brett Richer and Alan Long 5:58.9. Midget Boys: Discus 4th Mike Schlotmon 35' 9"; 6// shol 3rd Mike Schlotman 21' 7VF'; LJ 4th Bobby Spooner 11' 1V7"; 400m 3rd Bobby Spooner 1:17.3; 800m 3rd Danny Gobroski 3:35.6; and 20Ore. 4th Bobby Spooner 342 Youth Boys: TJ 61h Gibran Haskmi 25'; javelin Isl Kurt Mdich 102' 1"; iavelin 5th Andy Lane 73' 3"; javelin 6th Matt Ingham 54' 0"; Discus 4th Tim Steiner 78' 4V2"; 4K shot 4th Andy Lane 26' 8V2'; shot Don Bannerman 26" 8%; LJ 1st Kurt Mihch 15" V2"; LJ 6th Robb Parker 109" '/4"; HJ 1st Tim Steiner 5' 3"; HJ Terry Rushfeldt 4" 4"; 2-Mile Relay Ist Phil Cogley, Steve Higuera, Chad Triplett and Ro W Uibel 10:50.5; 200 MLH 2nd Den Bannerman 34.0; 200mLH 3rd Tim Steiner 34,4; 200m LH 5th Girbran Haskmi 36.5; 20am LH 6lh Ro W Uibel 36,7; 3000m Isl Chad Triplett 11:13.0; 400m 1st Paul Krusee 1:08.0; 3rd Chris Schlotmon 1:11.6; 4th Terry Rushfeldt 1:15.7; 10am 5th Kurt Milich 13.0; lOOm 6lh Mark Massong 13.3; 800m 1st Steve Higuera 2:17.9; 800m 2nd Chris Schlolmon 2:56.9; 200m 4th Mark Massong 28.3; 150Om 2nd Rory Uibel 5:49.2; 400m relay 2nd Phil Cogley, Robb Parker, Kort Milich and Matt Ingham 586; and 400m relay 3rd Gibram Hasklm, Rory U'*bel, Tim Sleiner and Andy Long 1:01.6. Intermediate Boys: Javelin 2nd James Higuera 96' 3;,; laveti n 3rd Chris Glenn 73' 7V:Y'; discus 3rd Chris Glenn 118' lV2"; discus 5th James Higuera 100' 2"; discusl 6th Dan Jarms 84'; 12# shot 2rid Chris Glenn 40" 3%"; shot 5th Dan Jarms 35' 6'A"; 2-mile relay ISI Bret Heroton, Don Jorms, James Higuero and Chris Glenn 10:03,0; 400m H I st Dan Jorms 1:22.8; and 400m Ist Bret Huolarl 53.5. Young Men: 800m 1st John Massong 2:!5.0; and 1500m 1st Stuart Mills 4:46 8. pound fish, said Trim, while Silver Lake is producing limits of eight to 10-inch fish in about three hours. Trout fishing at Williams and Fish lakes has slowed, while fishing in the northern counties is expected to pick up, he added. Walleye fishing is on the upswing at Lake Rooseveldt, particularly in the Spokane arm of the lake. The game agent reported 45 fishermen recently were checked with about 120 walleye. Silver trout (kokanee) fishing at Deer and Loon lakes has been slow, but is expected to pick up in the next few weeks, especially for night anglers. Get those licenses... Over the Memorial Day weekend, Spokane Region game officials cited 59 people for fishing without licenses. Since the opening weekend, 133 such citations have been issued. YMCA program set The Spokane YMCA has a variety of summer camps and programs avail- able. Starting June 27, the YMCA will hold its 67th-annual Camp Reed. In addition, many other "Y" trips are being plan- ned. A bike tour of the San Juan Islands near Bellingham is slated for boys and girls, ages 12-18, for June 28-July 5 and Aug. 9-15. Cost is $125 for Participating Members and $135 for Limited Mem- I)ers. The Grizzly Club Back Packing Trip, June 14-18, is planned for Montana. Cost i $97 and $97, respectively. The Canadian Canoe Trip, for girls and boys ages 13-18, will be held July 1-Aug. 1. Cost is $120 and $130, re- spectively. Sailing will be enjoyed on Lake Pend O'reille by girls and boys, Aug. 18-22. This is for youths ages 13-18, and the cost is $120 and $130, respectively. The Selkirk Mountain Back Packing Trip, for the adventurous 13-18 year old boys and girls, will be held July 19-24 in Northern Idaho. Cost is $125 and $135 respectively. For more details, contact Bob Brower at the YMCA, N. 507 Howard, Spokane, at 838-3577. Dave Harris caught this 21 th-inch, three- and-a.half pound rainbow from the dock at Williams Lake Resort on May 31. He used eggs and marshmallows for bait. Mike Malone of Spokane caught these two hefty rainbows from the dock at Connie's Cove Resort on Clear Lake on May 21. One fish was 26 inches long and weighed six pounds, while the other was 23 inches long and weighed three and a half pounds. The angler used corn and marshmallows for bait. 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Every poss. option. $12,599.00 7g Chev: Vz ton 4x4 w/custom canopy, V8, AT, Scottsdale, air cond., & much more. 1 yr., 12,000 mile warranty. $5,999.00 76 Scout: Pickup, diesel, 4 spd, turbo, radio, steel belted radi- als, sharpest unit in town. 80 Pontiac Grand Lemons: 4 dr., V6, AT, PS, PB, air cond. Local 1 owner. Fuel econ., comfort, in the nicest mid-size car in town. 1 yr., 12,000 war- ranty. $4,999.00 80 Ford Fairmont: 4 dr., air cond., AT, PS, TG, PB. 2 to choose from. 1 yr., 12,000 mile warranty. $3,599.00 79 Ford Granada Ghia: 4 dr., V6, AT, air cond., PS, rear de- fogger, divided seat. 1 yr., 12,000 mile warranty. $3,599,00 ANDERBERG CHEVROLET Where Price & Service Makes the Sale 235-6232 235-6231 CHENEY 448-2213 448-2212 Respectful& yours, Thursday, June 10, 1982 Cheney Free Press ,, ' \\; Trophy Page 9 / Cheney High School last week received the All-Sports Trophy in Spokane for being the top athletic school for the year in the Frontier League. With the award, above from left, ere Football Coach Tom Oswald, Athletic Director James Hatch and girls' Tennis Coach Jeff Butler. Eastern recruits top runners A junior college runner whose best time is better than an EWU school record and two highly regarded high school distance runners have an- nounced their intention of becoming track and field athletes at Eastern Washington University. Coach Jerry Martin, who had a squad of six competing in the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships this week in Sacremento, has signed Ever- ett Community College steeplechase specialist Monte Wright, Kennewick CHENEY BOWL SUMMER HOURS: Closed on Mondays Open 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesdays thru Saturdays Sundays open 2 to 9 p.m. Also open Thursday afternoons 1 to 5 ALL OPEN BOWLING-FHtS SUMMER WILL BE WITH COLORED HEADPIN STRIKE WINNING A FREE GAME TICKET. KEEP COOL/ WE ARE COMPLETEL Y AIR CONDI TIONED fiigh School's Mark Hoitink and Greg Vanderberg of Stevenson. All three will enroll at EWU next fall, joining a youthful men's track and field team which, heavily fortified with current freshmen and sophomores, could make a strong bid for the Division II title in 1983 or 1984. Monte Wright, a graduate of Sno- homish High School, attended Spokane CC before enrolling at Everett CC for which he claimed the Athletic Associa- tion of Community Colleges (AACC) steeplechase last Saturday. Wright has timed in 9:30.73 for the 3,000-meter distance, but he has been clocked in 9: 03. The EWU record of 9:05.2 for 1,600 by Rick Hebron in 1973. Hoitink is the state Class AAA cross country runnerup. He has best times of 4:10 for 1,600 meters and 9:22 for 3,200 meters. Vandenburg won the Class A cross country championship for Stevenson. tie has been timed in 4:24 for 1,600 and also is considered a good javelin prospect by Martin. Vandenberg has thrown the spear 206 feet. 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