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Thursday, October 4, 2012 Free Press Section 2 Page 3 Adams, Kaufman earn honors i i'i'ggi .... ~::~;, "~~ i .... ;~:>~court advantage this weekend ii~!:~~ii~ in two tough Big Sky matchups *~ , at Reese Court. !~:i;:~';.~~41!.i~.~: The EagleshostNorth Gray will miss Eastern Washington Uni- Dakota tonight (Thursday, terbackVemonAdamscertainlyVersity redshirt freshman quar- ............................................................................................................................................ Besides Adams, wide Oct. 4)in the first-ever meet- NFR~ finishes has a flair for dramatic, and as receiver grandon Kaufman ing between the two schools. 17th in money a result, was selected Monday received College Sports Mad- The following night (Oct. 5), (Oct. 1) asThe Sports Network ness Big Sky Offensive Player Eastern will face two-time Cheney's Ryan Graywillsee co-Freshman of the Week in of the Week accolades and defending Big Sky champion hisstringofsevenstraighttripsto the NCAA Football Champion- honorable mention Performer and current No. 2 team in the the National Finals Rodeo come ship Subdivision, as well as the of the Week accolades in FCS conference, Northern ColD- toan end atterfinishing No. 17 RootSportsOffensivePlayerof by College Football Perfor- rado. Both matches begin at in the final Pro Rodeo bareback the Week awarded by the Big mance Awards. He had eight 7 p.m. standings and winning $48,767. Sky Conference. catches for 138 yards and two Although EWU is winless Kaycee Field from Payson, Despite an interception and TDs against Montana.on the season, the Eagles Utah finished firstwith $141,639 a fumble in the fourth quarter, have won five sets in their ineamings. Adams had two touchdown Eagles try for first~ast four outings, which is Jared Keylon from Union- more than the team had won town, Kan. won $54,478 was passes in the fina12:19 as the volleyball win in its previous 13 matches 15th. No. 7 Eagles rallied for a 32-26 victory over 21st-ranked Mon- versus UND combined. The top 15 money winners tana Grizzlies Sept. 29 at RoDs "We have watched film earn spots inthe NFR, setfor Las Field in Cheney, Wash. Still in search of its first win and know what we need to Vegas, Dec. 6-15. Adams completed 25-of- of the 2012 season, the East- do to compete with these "l won Kansas City and third 41 passes for 353 yards and ern Washington University teams,"EWU headcoach Lisa in Poway, CaliL and placed in three touchdowns in hissecond volleyball team will do its best Westlake said. "But we don't San Bemardinobutitwasn'tquite career start for EWU. to capitalize on some home want to put extra pressure enough," Gray said. on the team based on the opponent." CHS football continued from page 1 "We kind of found our identity a little bit," Williams said. "We just grounded and pounded. We had sev- eral penalties (that ne- gated scoring chances) but the kids played through it." From here on out the games carry added significance as Cheney returns to league play this Friday night, host- ing unbeaten GNL leader East Valley. The Knights (5-0, 2-0) were ranked eighth in the state in 2A in the Oct. 1 Seattle Times poll. East Valley comes in averaging 39.6 points per game, including big wins over two teams Cheney has faced, Sandpoint (42-14) and Lakeland (38-14). Wil- liams said they're an I- formation, power team that likes to run off tackle, featuring sev- eral good backs led by Isaac Jordan. "They don't change much," Williams said. "They think they're better than you and run right at you. We'll probably kind of take that attitude. I think we feel we should be 5-0 too, but that's all right. As long as you get hot at the right time." John McCa lum can be reached at jma'c@cheneyfreepress. com. PRESS-Jewelry October 20 ,~ ~~'~ To get the latest local sports Seeusforallyour "[~ ~[#, ~, mZlo,~.c~, news...subsoribe today! Gift Ware Homecoming needs ~. , o, ~ ~!~ $4 ~ ! ~iiillI ~ ~F..~ mD'~ .Prescriptions /" .~ ~Z. ~ ,V "'~ :i ..... {i! ;~ ~ 1 1319 First, Chelley, WA 1 2, UW @ OREGON 3. NEW MEXICO ST, @ IDAHO 4. NEBRASKA @ OHIO ST.5. UCLA @ CALIFORNIA6. MONTANA @ N. 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MEXICO ST. 3. IDAHO 4. OHIO ST. 5. UCLA 6. MONTANA 7. SEAHAWKS L PATRIOTS 9. FALCONS 10. STEELERS - 10. STEELERS 10. STEELERS 11. PACKERS 11. PACKERS 11. PACKERS 12. OREGON ST. 12. OREGON ST. 12. OREGON ST, 12. OREGON ST. (by 17 points) (by 9 points) (by 16 points) (by 14 points) 13. SAINTS 13. SAINTS 13. CHARGERS 13. SAINTS (by 7 points) (by 3 points) (by 6 points) (by 5 points) BEAT THE EXPERTS 1. Start with game #1 and pick the winner of each game. Your goal is to win the weekly contest and/or beat the Cheney Free Press exoer[s consensus. 2. Games #12 and #13 are the tie breakers. Pick the winner of each game and the number of points they will win oy. 3. If you oredict a tie in any game. write "tie" for the appropriate game. 4. Every Monday, we will go through all entries. The entry picking the most winners will be judged the weekly winner. Tie breaker games will ee useo to ureak all ties. 5. The weekly winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to one of our sponsors. Second place receives a $20 gift certificate to Owl Pharmacy. 6. All entries who beat the Cheney Free Press exeerts will be included in a year-end drawing for a grand prize. 7. A panel of three Cheney Free Press em#oyees make uo the CFP exuerts. Their picks are used to determine the consensus for each game. 8. Decisions of the judges is final. I~ ~ ml~ mm i i i i i i i i i i m i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i ~ I FOOTBALL CONTEST ENTRY FORM I SELECT WINNING TEAM Entries must be dropped off I SPONSOR VISITOR HOME at the following businesses I only by 5:00 p.m. on Friday! 1. Yoke's Fresh Market (3 NORTH DAKOTA [3 EWU I In Airway Heights: I 2 Cheney Free Press Q UW [3 OREGON Yokes 12824 W. tdth I 3. Cheney Owl Pharmacy [3 NEW MEXICO ST.[3 IDAHO In Cheney: I 4. Chers Flowers & Gifts [3 NEBRASKA [3 OHIO ST. Cheney Free Press I 5. Picnic Pines Restaurant [3 UCLA [3 CALIFORNIA 1616 W. First I 6. Penny's Harvest Foods [3 MONTANA [3 N. COLORADO Owl Pharmacy 120 F Street I 7. Mitchell's'Harvest Foods [3 SEAHAWKS [3 PANTHERS I In Medical Lake: 8. Robert I. Stockton. D.D.S, (3 BRONCOS [3 PATRIOTS Owl Pharmacy | 123 E. Lake Street | 9. Medical Lake Owl Pharmacy ~3 FALCONS [3 REDSKINS Send Entries To: | 10. Oldies B~ Goodies [3 EAGLES Q STEELERS Cheney Free Press | 11. Cheney Free Press ~3 PACKERS (3 COLTS P.O. Box 218 Cheney, WA 99004 | 12. TIE BREAKER [3 WSU CI OREGON ST. Or Fax To: 235-2887 I By points EmDleyees of Free Press Publishing & | their ~mmed~ate families are not eligible I 13.TIE BREAKER [3 CHARGERS Q SAINTS ~o participa[e.i I By ooints I Name Phone I Address I m m m m | | | m | m m | | m m m m m m m m | i | | | | m m m ~