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1CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 8, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS continued from page 1 to take on the Moscow Bears, Oct. 9. Moscow East Valley avoided (1-5) has had a rough sea- the shutout after Dante son that includes losses Clayton threw a 10-yard to the GNL's Pullman scoring pass to Michael and West Valley. The Jensen. Bears come into the game Besides Fuentes, Byrd against Cheney with a commended both the 69-14 loss to Lewiston, offensive and defensive Oct .2. lines. Byrd said it will be a "We usually put the strange experience for spotlight on skill posi- some of the players to tions, but those lines did enter hostile territory. a great job. The offensive Despite the Bears' recent line protected Martin slump, Byrd is not over- and opened holes for looking them. Fuentes and Graham to "Moscow is going to run through." give us their best shot, Cheney, nowl-0GNL just take it one day at a and 5-0 overall, will take time," Byrd said. a short break from league AI Stover can be reached play to travel to Idaho at al@cheney_freepress.com. No. 7 Eagles host nation's top rushing team FROM NEWS opener on Sept. 26 at of a match-up because at some point this season. SERVICES REPORTS Sacramento State, win- of what they do and the Among them was a 20-19 Mid-term exams ning 28-20to begin their fact they do it so well," non-conference win over come early for the East- pursuit of their fourth- Baldwin said. 12th-ranked Montana. ern Washington Uni- straight Big Sky title. The bye week helped Eastern features the versity defense and aEastern's first four games the Eagles (1-0 Big Sky, top passing offense in football team riddled by have included numerous 2-2 overall) rest and get the FCS behind the play injuries in the first four injuries, healthy, plus get an early of |ordan West. The ju- games. Regardless of who is start on preparing for an nior quarterback has led But after a bye week,available to play Satur- option-oriented CalPoly EWU to a school record the seventh-ranked Ea- day, Eastern head coach offense that leads the for passing yards (526 gles will receive their Beau Baldwin vows his FCS in rushing with an versus Northern Iowa), test results when they team will be ready for average of 363.8 yards broke a 23-year record for host Cal Poly Saturday another match-up in the per game and are ledpassing efficiency (313,5 on HaU of Fame Day and Big Sky Conference and by quarterback Chrisversus Montana State) Cancer Awareness Day NCAA Football Cham- Brown. and then broke a 21-year at Roos Field. pionshipSubdivisionbe-The Mustangs are old record for passing The game kicks off attween teams a combined 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the yardage by throwing 1:05 p.m. 4-5 on the season. Big Sky, but all of their for 491 yards and three The Eagles were suc- "It's a fun match-up, games havecome against touchdowns against the cessfui in their league but it can be a headache teatns nationally ranked Hornets. "It's nice to not have to put the game on just one guy's shoulders, as we did with Ty Graham in the Sun- nyside game." CHS coach Bobby Byrd ~iiii~iiiiiii~i~i~iii~!ii~iii~i~iii~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~iii~i~i~iii~i~i~iiiii~iiiii~i~iii~i~i~iii~i~iii~i~i~i~iiiii!i~i~iii~i~i~i!i~i~i~i~i~iii~!!i~i~ii!i~i!i!i~i~i!i!i!~ii!i~i!i!i~i~iii!i!i!i!i!i~i!i!~!~!i!~!~!~!~!~!~!i!i!~!~!~!~!i!~!illi~iii~iii~iiiii~i~i~i~i~iii~i~i!iii!iii~i~iii!i~i~iii~i~i~i!i~i!i!i~i~iii~i~i~i~i~iii~i!i~i~i!i!i~i~i!i~i!i~i!i!i!i!~ii!i!i~i!i!i~i!iiii~!i!i!i~i!i!i~ii!i~ swimmi continued from page 1 taking third in the 200 freestyle in 2:31.36 and 500 freestyle in 6:45.38. In team events, Han- son, Wood, Hanna and Perry (2:09.79) finished second in the 200 free- style relay. The team of Nor- man, Hanson, Johnson and Schmidt (2:09.45) took second in the 200 medley relay. Norman, Johnson, Perry and Schmidt "finished sec- ond in the 400 freestyle relay in 4:17.17. "Swimming back- to-back meets is tough, you're concerned about the athletes being tired, continued from page 1 7 witfi two home runs, seven RBI, and six runs scored. "I should have gone to Central to play but we have a tough group of girls and they performed great," Ho- chwalt said. Cheney travels to Yakima to face Selah, Oct. 8. Hochwalt said it's fun to swim against Selah, who has a similar 'number. of swimmers as Cheney. She said this week is business as usual and the team will get some more training in the pool. "We're four weeks away from districts, it's time to make that last. push to get prepared for that," Hochwalt said. AI Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress. com. dugout, "I should have signed you," according to Glasgow. It's easy to figure how Glasgow first caught the attention of Eastern foot- Locally owned & operated Tank pumping & maintenance Baffle inspection System inspection for home sale Drain cleaning Drain field installation aa iiii;iiii!~i iiiiiiiiill iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii Hwy., Airway Heights nghorn arbecne ~,~:~:~,,~.~:~:z~.~:~:~ ~,.,~,,~;,~,:~,:~,,:~,,:,:,:,:,,,~ ~Y ~z~z~z~~~~~i~;~;~;~T~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~i~;~;~;~;];~i~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~;~ because in four years I ball coach Dave Holmes. only went out once down Not oniy did he letter there," Glasgow said. two years but he was the A member of the class MVP and team captain. of 1964 at Medical Lake, But Glasgow also earned Glasgow set the bar high. similar honors for basket- ~ ~ii i ~ Fie was a four-year let- ball and was a member of terman in basketball and the second team All-State baseball, three-yearletter- squad in 1964. ENROLLING NQW! man in track and a two- If there was such a F ember year letterman in football, thing in his day, Glasgow School HorsesAvailable i~~i I He was duly honored by might have been the post- ARIA Certifiedlnstructo~~;~i~ I .............................................................................. ~ ~m ~~,::iiI his high school as a mem- er-boy of multi-sport ath- Formore infrmatin' I / i~i:i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~iM~s~ti~m~i~i~i~i~i~i~iii~i!!~ii~i~iii~iii~i~ii~ii~i~iiiii~iii~i~i~iii~i~ii~iiiii~i~iiiii~i~i~i~i~i~ii!ii~!i~i~i~ii!~!iii!~i!iiiii~i!ii~!i!2!iiiiii~!iiii~ii~ii~ii]i~i!ii~!iiiii!iiii ber of their inaugural hall letes. Not only did he play /iil of fame in 2008. sports fall and winter, but Ii: I While at Eastern he did double-duty in the 3714W~~!J~~i~ Glasgow played base- spring playing baseball 509-290-4301 ( ball for four years, start- and running track at the _. i_.__ . _ ing in every game and same time. playing left field. He led How did he manage the team in batting every being the single-sea year and for that he was son multi-sport athlete,.?, remitted to ExceJ[ence" anAll Evergreen Confer, "We just did it I guess,' We offer residential re-roofs, tear-offs, new ence player all four years Glasgow said. "We construction and commercialwork. and was an Honorable wouldn t get home until We specialize in: Mention All American. 7 o clock or so at night. - Composition - Steel - Flat roofing Glasgow also played Glasgow graduated - Aluminum - Copper three years of basketball from Eastern in 1968 with Call Brad Hemenway at 509.991.4667 for a free for the Savages. a bachelors in Education estimate tuay'o~'- ~ License No. BJROOR 885LG Glasgow also received and commenced a long i:: : : :; i : N i~ ~ i ................................ ................................. interest from Washington teaching career that ulti- ......' ' .... State and its legendary mately landed him back ; :iOmG TO TlflT LMIGF, I RII ; coach Bobo Brayton, he home in Medical Lake said, but it had hen finan- where he was a teacher, cial strings sochose coach and administrator Cheney. from 1971 until his retire-OIl llll OIi Ip pll , IlUIIl $ One time in the old ment in 1998., % ldinm0r anymminnomrhnnqnCroo Banana Belt Tournament, G l a s go w s c a r e e r a long-standing base- came full circle and of ~ ball tradition in Lewis- all the sports at which he alldl0ltllells.wilbklllMpdcN ton, Idaho that opened excelled, it was what he IO .8 8.8 P p the season, Eastern was accomplished on the base N CHI EH LONGHORN TO COME TO playing the Cougars and paths that helped him Brayton. fuel the journey. In his first two times at P a u I D e I a n e y the plate Glasgow singled can be reached at and doubled, promptingpdelaney@cheneyfreepress, calubiNkWmlelbnllmbllal mad allelmd Brayton to holler from the com. 'iiii fCnldf dllM MINIIB w , II II :::iN