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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 4, 1982 CHS volleyball team claims league title "We've just worked hard to get there, and we deserve it," said Cheney High School volleyball team captain Malie Young, looking ahead early this week to her team's chance to return to the State Volleyball Tournament, A senior, Young is the only member left from the team that placed second in state action two years ago, The Cheney girls grabbed first place this past week in Frontier League action with a win over Clarkston, 15-8, 15-10, giving them a 13-1 league record. Coach Gary Hutsell, however, is not giving his team a chance to relax as he knows all too well that first place teams in the Frontier League have not always made it through the playoffs to state. In three of the last five years, the second- place team has gone on to defeat the first-place team for the right to go to state. Tonight, third-place Pullman, with a 9-5 record in the league, will challenge second-place West Valley, sporting a 12-2 record. The winner must defeat Cheney Saturday evening in Cheney in two matches in order to advance to state tournament. "We're taking it very seriously," commented Hutsell Monday afternoon. Pullman handed Cheney its only loss of the season. "We beat a very spirited Clarkston team," said the Cheney coach, speak- ing of the last league match, noting that Cheney proved to be more steady in its attack and tended to overpower Clarks- ton. Earlier in the week, Cheney knocked Colville out of the running with a 15-9, 15-7 win. Again, Hutsell reported that the win was a matter of making fewer mistakes than the Colville team, which upset Cheney's dream of returning to state last year. Individually, a number of the Cheney players finished the league season with some impressive statistics. Lisa Mills set a new record in the serve-receive area of 72.6 percent, beating the record set by her sister, Karen, two years ago of 70.2 percent. While Kara Neubauer and Mills led the serving with marks of 95.2 and 94 percent, respectively, Young was credited for serving 36 points. Hitting 25.9 percent, Laurie Hattemer also recorded 33 kills during the season. As a team, Cheney served for 90 percent, hit for 17.3 percent and serve- received for 62.1 percent--all good marks, according to the coach. Match time Saturday night is at 7 p.m. Mary Mindrup is out of action on the Cheney team for medical reasons. Moving up to varsity for the playoff game will be Bonnie Gildea. Pybus leads Eagle runners All-American Steve Pybus, with an assist from freshman Darryl Genest, led Eastern Washington University into the NCAA Division II Men's Cross Country Championships as Eastern placed third in the Far West Regional Championship on a flat course at UC Riverside Oct. 30. The host school was first, and Cal Poly SLO finished second. Pybus finished ninth, and Genest, in his finest college effort, ran 13th. Other EWEU scorers were Matt Morgan (21st), Ed Dotter (24th) and Mark Hoitink (29th). Nationals will be Nov. 13 in St. Cloud, Minn. The EWU women's cross country turned in its strongest effort of the season, placing sixth in the NCAA Division II Far West Regional Champ- ionships in Riverside, Calif., on Oct. 30. Michelle Ballentine led EWU, closely bunched as usual, by placing 30th. She was followed by Cheryl Yoke (36th), Bobbi Annette (42nd), Kathy Federico (48th), Marie Cronrath (49th) and Carolyn Darcy (50th). There were 82 runners. Causing trouble Teamwork The defense put the pressure on at last week's Medical Lake Homecoming Game, keeping the Deer Park Stags to a mere six points for final Cardinal win 26.6. Above, fullback Brodie Artis, #30, holds the line as #64 guard Dan Gibson and #49 tail back Jack Zappone scramble downfield. Cardinals slay Deer Park Stags award with his contribution of 168 yards in 21 rushes as well as a third-quarter touchdown. Venson also returned a kickoff for 36 yards. Fullback Brady Artis was honored with the sack of the week award. Artis secured seven tackles and two assists in defensive play as well as earning a touchdown and kicking off five times for a total of 160 yards. Fullback John Holmes secured two touchdowns and tight end Tim Gilbreth earned two extra points to bring the Last week, Cardinal Coach John Gianndrea said winning the Medical Lake Homecoming game was a matter of self-respect. Obviously, the Cardinal players have more than enough self- respect as they played With a venge- ance, trouncing the Deer Park Stags 26-6. In near freezing temperatures and thick fog, the Cardinals maintained a tight rushing game earning a total of 360 yards on 53 rushes. Player Tony Venson earned the 110 percent player game's total to 26. The Cards had 18 first downs for a total of 405 yards while a tight defense limited the Stags to seven first downs for a total of 119 yards. Quarterback Richard Reid complet- ed two out of four passes for 45 yards. The Stags tried a more intensive passing game but completed only four out of 12 passes for a net yardage of 48. The homecoming victory leaves the Cards with a two win, four loss, one tie record. ML runners tie for second place super bunch of kids, showing a lot of commitment and dedication through- out our season." The boys split their honors at the Clarkston meet, downing Clarkston 21-36 and losing to league leaders West Valley 40-19. Senior Joe Litzinger, recently re- covering from a hamstring injury, earned a third-place finish with a time of 16:45 on the three-mile course. Tim Whitley came in sixth with 17:00 and Todd Ray in eighth with 17:39. Other Cardinal finishers were: Wil- lian Bloom in fifteenth with 18:28; Mike Kirkwood, sixteenth-place with 18:35; Eric Roloff in seventeenth with 18:39; Lars Leinweber in twenty-third with 19:31 and Larry Howard in twenty- sixth with 19:40. The Cardinal girls were out of the running once again due to an in- complete team. In individual results, however, Frances Litzinger secured an outstanding fourth-place finish with 22:12 and Dawn Kaufman earned an eleventh-place berth with 24:28. Results of the qualifying meet for the Frontier players destined for state competition were determined at yester- day's meet at Hangman Valley. Results will be published in next week's Cheney Free Press. The Cardinal boys' cross country team finished a successful league sea- son last Thursday at Clarkston with five wins and two losses to tie with East Valley for second place. "The boys have worked hard all fall and its payed off with our best record in many years," Coach Paul Cicero said. 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At the same time, though, Cheney defeated East Valley, 13-15. The meet marked the end of the league season and the second, second-place finish for Cheney in as many years. Monday, Coach Hazeltine was hope- ful of an upset at district competition yesterday at the Hangman Valley Gold Course. (See results next week./ Placing first and second against Pullman and third and fourth against East Valley for Cheney,.respectively, were Kathryn Smith and Rene Wiley. Michetle Wiley took fifth place against Pullman and sixth against East Valley. Amy Cory finished in seventh place against Pullman and ninth against East Valley, and Katy Donley finished in the 12th spot against each rival school. Individually, Hazeltine reported that Smith stood a chance of finishing fifth in district, which would enable her to go on to state action Nov. 13 in Seattle. Cheney's boys  team fell to both East Valley 3421) and Pullman 29-26). The meet gave Cheney a fourth-place finish in the Frontier League. Finishing for Cheney were: Phil Mar- tin. third against East Valley and second against Pullman; Matt Haugen, fifth against East Valley and third against Pulhnan; Stuart Mills, seventh against both rivals; Shawn Triplett, ninth against East Valley and eighth against Pullman; and Dean DeVoe, 10th against East Valley and ninth against Pullman. Also competing for Cheney were Roger Willms and Tyler Chickering Cheney junior varsity boys' team was undefeated in league this year. Runners include Greg Crandall, Kurt Triplett, Kevin Littlemore, Scott Barnes, Leon- ard Kukucka, Jim Render and John Dishneau. Coach Hazeltine complimented the Others also competing for Cheney were help of Assistant Coach Kathy Randall Carol Fleteher andVicki Drake. this season, as well as the special Individually, Hazeltine reported that speakers, including Jim Black and Smith stood a chance of finishing fifth Dave Haugen of Eastern Washington in district, which would enable her to go University and Herm Caviness, former on to state action Nov. 13 in Seattle. Ferris High School coach EWU volleyball team loses A grueling road trip to Pocatello and EWU. Eastern's season record dropped Ogden brought two more defeats to the to 5-18. Eastern Washington University volley- Idaho State beat Eastern: 15-4, 15-5 ball team last weekend, locking the and 15-9. Weber State also won: 15-7, Eagles intolast place in the first Moun- 15-6 and 15-2. The losses brought tain West Athletic Conference season. 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West Valley put the first seven points of the game up od the scoreboard in the second quarter Friday night, However, Cheney quarterback Bob Fitzner answered with a one-yard run of his own to tie the score before the half. Del Krumm kicked the extra point for the Blackhawks. Then, it took West Valley until the final quarter to take the game away from Cheney on a seven-yard run. game, taking the carries, compa yards on 37 card Cheney was Mike ' on 20 carries. K i yards on 11 Fitzner yards. West Valk of 12 passes for 61 Cheney claimed netted 242 yards matched by wesl downs and 232 n Marty Mitchell and six assists, fc with six tackles a! 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