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J CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 29, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS Finish two-game road trip with last-second win at UNC By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter The bulk of their travel is behind them in the rearview mir- ror so now the Eastern Washington University football will try keep. momentum gained from two Straight road victo- ries playing three out of their final four regular season games at Roos Field. The Eagles' latest victory was a certain heart-stopper, 43-41 as Jordan Dascalo kicked a 44-yard field goal with no time remaining.to rally the Eagles past Northern Colorado in Greeley. "Ultimately it took us to go down and make a big field goal by Das- calo," EWU head coach Beau Baldwin said. "When he hit it there was nevbr a doubt." Descalo's heroics briefly took some of the spotlight away from yet another record-setting afternoon by Cooper Kupp. Earlier, Kupp became the league's all- time leader in receptions and reception yards. The Eagles rallied from deficits five times, and needed a nine-play, 49-yard drive that took 1:19 off the clock to set- up Dascalo's game-win- ning kiCk. Normally WEST PLAINS SCOREBOARD Airway Heights, Cheney, Medical Lake & EWU CROSS COUNTRY M- ~tetidr 55 ~ pass ~ Wagner (kik fated), 5:24 NrtheaM A Laggue TP enfahw'= OFL 21' 2015 M -,Lack 2 yd n~ (Wagner run) 0:16 at F~, From Mhfatlc.net) Tmen ~ M - Murray t yd run (Mastelidr kick), 0:14 Medical Lake 15. Freeman 45. M * Johneon 22 yd run (kick faited), 9:59 Medical Lake 15. Chewefah 45 R - Carcbd] 70 yd pess from BngeW (kick failed), 9:16 Indlvlduel R- eogettt 35 yd mn (pass failed), 3:53 Poe./YrJNme Tim School In~vlduel (Ruehlnll)= Ph~p M~rray 23-109 yds 1 1. 10 MasonWillfams 16:29 Mad. 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A pair of second quarter grabs broke the previous league re- ceptions record of 268 held by Kasey Dunn of Idaho (1988-91). A 19- yard reception during a last-minute touch- down drive in the sec- ond quarter surpassed the previous league re- cord of 4,140 yards held by EWU's Eric Kimble (2002-05). At 4-0 in Big Sky Conference play and 5-2 overall, the No. 5 ranked Eagles meetWeber State (3-2 BSC, 4-4 overall) at sold out Roos Field for a 12:10 p.m. kickoff and try to keep on track to win a fourth consecu- tive league title. They face a Weber State team that was 2- 10 a year ago but has pulled off a shocker with a 24-21 win at Mis- soula against Montana, followed by a 25-24 win at home against North Dakota. "They've got good talent," Baldwin said at this week's EWU Coaches Show, specifi- cross country continued from page 1 The Cheney boys will at Ellensburg, especially for the girls. Cross country coach Derek Slaughter said District 7 champion Pullman is looking very strong, particularly as the No. 5 runner, sophomore Haddie Fisch, has been closing their I - 5 gap. In winning districts the Greyhounds placed three runners in the top four, and four in the top six. Pullman is ranked fifth in the state in 2A in the Washington State Cross Country Coaches Association's Oct. 18 poll, however CWAC schools Ephrata is third, Selah is sixth and the host Bulldogs are 10th. "Five teams for four slots (to state)," Slaugh- ter said. "The girls have to show up and if they show up, they should go through." Dr. David Turner, DMD Modern Most dental dentistry insurances with oldaccepted fashioned including Tricare care Jacksonvt~eStat~ 6"1 3923(107) 1 N.Adzo~a4-4.1 13 9-3.1 7-4-0 1-4-1 W2 CoestatC~a 7"0 3783(33) 2 San.State 4-5 12 6"11 4-S 2-8 L1 ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS tlinotsStafa 6-1 3754(20) 3 S. Utah 3.6"1 10 8-8-1 3.1-1 2.~0 Wl Chattmooga 6-13.323 5 Port. 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The Eagles remain at home for a Nov. 7 outing versus Northern Arizona, then travel to Missoula to face Mon- tana, Nov. 14 before wrapping up the regu- lar season Nov. 21 ver- sus Portland State. Paul Delaney can be reached at pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. com. University versus Weber State University Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015; 12:10 p.m. Roos Field (8,600). TV: ROOT Sports. Webcast: http://www.watchbigsky.com. Radio: 700-AM ESPN in Spokane. Larry Weir returns for his 25th season calling the play.by-play, with analysis handled by Paul Sorenson. Broadcasts begin one hour prior to kickoff and include an expanded post-game show. Intemet Radio: www.700espn. com or www.tunein,com. Boats, Cycles RVs o:o 455-8320 *:. also find themselves in a dogfight, but with a slightly better chance to advance. Selah and Ellensburg are the stron- gest teams out of the CWAC, ranked sixth and ninth statewide respectively, but the best indicator for the Blackhawks chances are continued from page 1 the Bantams defeat the Eagles, they would win the league title by virtue of head-to-head meet- ings. If Cheney loses to Pullman, they'll tie for third place with East Valley (2-2, 4-4). Byrd knows the Pull- what they didn't have at districts - a healthy VanStone. Slaughter said the senior was battling an illness that kept him from running near his usual spot, which is right with Lerch and Peabody. Slaughter ex- pects VanStone to battle as a senior and bring his prewous state experi- ence with him, as well as being healthy. "If Mason (VanStone) had been feeling well, our gap (at districts) would've been 25 sec- onds," Slaughter said. John McCal- lum can be reached at j mac@cheneyfreepress. com, man game will be a chal- lenge. 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