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1CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 22, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS cross country: continued from page 1 the top four slots to hand the Blackhawk girls their first league loss of the sea- son, 25-35. Cheney runners did capture places 5 - 11. Han- nah Spakousky was fifth in 21:22.6, followed by Brett Draper (21:26.1), Lexi Brooks (21:34.6), Abby Hammermeister (21:38.3) and Alecia Brooks (22:16.1) providing Cheney's scor- ing. Jolene Whiteley was 10th in 22:32.6 and Sara Nanny was 11th in 22:33.6. Draper, Lexi Brooks and Whiteley all setnew season best marks at the meet. Cheney now travels to Clarkston this Saturday, Oct. 24, to compete in the District 7 meet, with the top two teams advancing to regional glue-in com- petition Oct. 31 at Rotary Park in Ellensburg against schools from the Central Washington Athletic Con- ference. The top four teams at regionals advance to the state meet Nov. 7 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. Johnson, Christianson, VanStone, Lerch and Pea- body all own five of the top 15 times this season in the GNL, with the 2A eighth-ranked West Val- ley boys also owning five, followed by Pullman with three and one each from Clarkston and East Valley. Spakousky, Draper, Ham- mermeister, Lexi Brooks, Nanny and Alecia Brooks are all in the top 15 for the girls, with Pullman owning four spots, two each for East Valley and West Valley and one for Clarkston. All four of Pullman's top-15 spots are in the top 10, third - sixth, as are Cheney's at second, and eighth- 10. John McCal- lum can be reached at jmac@cheneyfreepress.com. Photo by AI Stover Cheney's Hannah Spakousky runs ahead of a Pullman corn pet- itor during the Blackhawks' meet against the Greyhounds. continued from page 1 In that game Coo- per Kupp scored three touchdowns, two on pass receptions and an- other on a 76-yard punt return. But Kupp also found another way to get into the statistical report by throwing a 29- yard touchdown pass to his quarterback, Jordan West, on a trick play to tie the games at 7-7. Kupp's 49th, 50th and 51st touchdowns set a new school record for a career. Northern Colorado WEST PLAINS Nrway Heighb, Cheney, Medical Lake & EWU CR~ COUNTRY M - Hm 30 ~ pa= ~om ~(Mm~ ~a~), 7~ ~IS E - Pan,keff :5 yd r~ (Cooley kick), 4:56 F - Pa~ 11 yd pau from N~ely (k~ failed), ~42 8. 11 Bdt~eyKenady 24:10 M~I, LaI~ 7. tl MlchaelaPetemon 25:42 Meal, Lake Nor~ALlague F-D=~ 3yd.= (~=~d), 2m F. Goklbach e yl nm {Gogley kick)~ 0:44 F, Darcy 3 yd mn ~ldgk), 10:52 M - M~ I0 yd ruMl~a, failed), 2:18 18 is riding high after a 56-27 home romp past UC Davis last week in a game UNC led 42-3 at halftime: That helped the Bears improve to 4- 2 overall and 2-2 in the league. "Obviously, they have a lot of momentum going," Eastern head coach Beau Baldwin said. But it's the other Bears' win, 27-20 over Sacramento State that has Eastern heed coach Beau Baldwin concerned. Northern Colorado's victory came courtesy of two touchdowns from fumble returns, plus a 100-yard kickoff return. over effort by Eastern's defense with a 25-yard interception return for a touchdown that helped complete a 17-0 East- ern scoring run against Idaho State. Sophomore Jake Gall led the Eagles with eight solo and seven assisted tackles at ISU. As for the grass field, "They're going to go out there and it's painted lines and they're going to play just like they do at the start of fall camp," Baldwin said. Because of the Big Sky schedule Eastern and Northern Colorado do not play every year but z 5o "When you see teams 134 FIs.TyMa*tt l ' 47. sltd.GmntV0rc08 starting to score in dif- ==.., ferent Ways like that it continued from page 1 !. ~O TylocPena t8:12 I~.L~6-1186ydslkJ1~nL(Re~lving):BraydenHa~4- 2, 10 Evmputmon 18:23 Meal Lake 43ydsltd, lslahFamenl-39yds, Munayl.4yds. usually means their ath- ,, 3. 18: 7 leticism on their whole I couldn't be 4, 11 CadHiatt 19:,09 ~bd, L~I "FR ML 8. 101 2o:18 18 10 team is at a strong level, prouder of the boys in Tot~ Yds348 237 7. 12 Jer~R~ . 21,',20~ I~,1,~ 181 Baldwin said at Men- showing everyone that 0.,'12 .10 11 1 day's EWU Coaches" they were down, but 10. 9 OMs Rk'a'd 27:28 NewpodPunts/Avg Yds 1/36 2~2~1.7 ' Show. never out," Byrd said. They are going to be Cheney (2-0 GNL, 1. 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Larry Weir returns for his 25th season callin9 the play-by-play i~' with analysis handled byPaul Sorerls~i Broadcasts begin one hour prior to kickoff and include an expandec show. the Bears visited Cheney in 2014 where they lost 26-18 but gave Eastern a scare with a second half 23, in their final regu- lar season home game. Byrd said it will be good to come back to "friendly territory" after back-to-back road games. Clarkston (1-1, 5-.2) is coming off a loss to East Valley (1-2, 3- 4), 30-22, Oct. 16. "Clarkston dropped rally that erased a 20-3 Eagle lead. Pau//Maeymn at the game to East Val- ley, but you can't compare scores," Byrd said. "It's any given Friday and Clarkston has a sharp defense, as well as a high-power offense." A| Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress. com. 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