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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 18, 1982 1 i!:i iil I I I I W th fo St hi; N( re, ch wi on ] ow bit Sir Sol nai SI I-A q str col ing a Ev the Ea off, C- m Bill' Eteg Bi Jasc Perr corn wer Crr App Coo AI poin tn oe Oefe ohd .,d. Pbrt ;A, ttey aiou zne Per Port Loyal fans II II A better setter ... Kars Neubauer showed that the job of being the team setter is just as im. portant as that of team captain in lead. ership. At left, she shouts encouraging words to teammates, At bottom left, she makes a special low set for a team. mate. At right, she comes up with a critical save. .? /' Bla ckh a wks take third in Sta te.......... Cont. from page 7 manage was only two more points before Cheney ended it, 15-7. Semi-finals Cheney over Tahema Cheney, with its 4-1 record in Pool I, advanced into the semi-finals for either third or fourth place Tied, all with 3-2 records in Pool II, were Burlington- Edison, Tahoma and Toppenish. Bur- lington-Edison proved to have the best record on individual games won and lost of the three and so advanced to play R.A. Long for the championship match. Tahoma had the next best record and was ptted against Cheney. In the first game against Tahoma, Tahoma went ahead 0-2, before Cheney came back to go ahead 8-5. Tahoma and Cheney then traded points until near the end of the game, when Tahoma tied it at 14-14. Adding to the tension, the teams then tied the score at 15-15, before Cheney won, 17-15. In the second and final game of the match and tournament for Cheney, Cheney went ahead 54). Tahoma came as close as three points at 10-7, before Cheney closed it out. Championship Burlington-Edison upset R.A. Long in Tipping Cheney High School supporters, from left, Lee Henry, Del Krumm and Doug Partanen showed their school spirit throughout the tournament. INVESTIGATE HOME COMPUTERS NOW Appl Auditions set c,o Auditions for fourth and section bass Willc ,b will be held Dee. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Music D,J,' Buihling of Fort Wright College, Able , According lo Donald Thulean, conduc- Tom" !Ol' o( the Spokane Symphony, who Able recenlly mmounced his retirement. Over Those wishing to audition are asked Geig cha,, !o contact Sharon Wynne at 326-3136 for an appmntment and audition reper- the final game of the tournament, 15-11, 15-7. "As a team, we matured at state," commented Hutsell. "We not only saw the whole team playing well, but also the blossoming 07" several individuals." Hattemer hit for "an incredible" 39 percent in the tournament, according to the coach, who added that the junior had 16 stuff blocks to her credit. The coach noted Barrom played well throughout the tournament in all aspects of the game. Young, according to Hutsell, "com- nletelv dominated the play at times". Neubauer, Hutsell added, took charge of the ottense, partieumry m the tina.' games of the tournament. Mindrup played well, especially after having undergone surgery recently. She alternated with Wagoner, who was credited for helping with the hitting attack. Mills, according to the coach, played ,very solid and very smart" throughout the tournament. "I have never seen a team that has come so far," said Hutsell of his team, noting the holes left with the gradua- tion of Kathy Balabanis and Stacy Barrom last season. "This volleyball team is probably as good as any high school volleyball team I've seen play anywhere in the State of Washington." Hutsell said he felt more satisfaction with this year's third-place state trophy than he did with the second-place trophy won two years ago. "The support we've had this year has been just so good from the fans and .parents," added the coach. "They (parents) always were there to help out." Attacking Lisa Mills (#10) helped with the hits and blocks for Cheney during the tournament. photos by Tom Thrun WHILE FACTORY REBATES ARE ON! Learn how to earn a home computer while making money in your spare time. In-Home Demonstrations (Your house or ours) Call 235-4188 Mon.-Thurs. between 12:00 & 3:30 p.m. Friday afternoons or weekends Debbie Barrom came up with several hits and tips during the tournament for Cheney. Watching intently during the tournament, from left, I nte n sity are Stuart Mills, brother of player Lisa Mills, and John Rivsrd, team manager, who helped to keep records. WIN A FREE TURKEY One given away everyday until Thanksgiving! Receive one chance with each fill up at self service Receive two chances with each fill up at full service GARY'S UNION 76 301 1st - Cheney - 235-4655 Laurie Hattem be a dominant fense during Thanksgiving at the Breakfast 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Serve Yo Turkey & Tri 2 p.m.- 7 p.m. Beehive Restaurant 108 G Street - Cheney FINANCE RA11" ROLLBACK COME ON IN. WELL SHOW YOU HOW TO SAV Anderberg Chevrol00 407 1st -- Cheney 235-6232 235-6231