Newspaper Archive of
Cheney Free Press
Cheney , Washington
November 25, 1982     Cheney Free Press
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 25, 1982

Newspaper Archive of Cheney Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, November 25, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 am ,00ed m takes charge of Cards If Medical Lake Basketball Coach Dave Olzendam can repeat his per- formance_ a t _Rochester,___where he coached last year, the Medical Lake Cardinals could have some surprises for the Frontier League. Olzendam took that A-league team to fifth-place in state finals. He isn't sure, however, what kind of season his Cardinals will have. "I just hope we have a good season," Olzendam said. "It's a whole different brand of ball here." Olzendam said his team needs to work hard and blend together. "If we can do that, we'll have a good season," he predicted. This is Olzendam's first year coach- ing AA basketball, having spent five years with A-league teams. He brings with him an impressive record of 77 wins, 22 losses. Before coaching, Olzen- dam played guard three years for Central Washington University in Ellensburg. Looking at the Cardinal roster, Olzen- dam said he has some hopefuls in returning lettermen who may be aisle to provide the scoring boost. Lennie Par- ham, who averaged 17 points as a junior, returns this year along with Jeff Williams who averaged 14 points. Tim Gilbreth, Rick Reid and J.C. Kennedy also return this season. A new Cardinal face will be Dave Davenport who played last year for Davis High School in South Dakota. Davenport averaged 14 points last year. Moving up from junior varsity are Chris Appia, Pat Ravenel and Pat Kennedy. The season begins Dec. 1 with a jamboree in Medical Lake featuring Cheney, Medical Lake, Lewis and Clark , and North Central. Basketball action begins at 5: 45 p.m. for JV and 7: 30 p.m. for varsity. The Cardinals open their season Dec. 3 at home against Newport. Eagles host Carroll tonight Off to a winning start in the regular season, the Eastern Washington Uni- versity men's basketball team will host Carroll College Nov. 24, the night before the Eagles embark on their first trip of the week-old 1983 campaign. EWU and Carroll (1-1) will square off at 7:30 p.m. in Reese Court. Eastern will spend Thanksgiving weekend on the West Coast, facing Simon Fraser in a rematch Friday night at 8 p.m. in Burnaby, B.C., and taking on Western Washington Satur- day night at 7:30 p.m. in Bellingham. After an 87-83 exhibition loss to Athletes in Action Canada Nov. 11, EWU began its regular season last Saturday night, tripping up Simon Fraser, 78-62, for its seventh-straight home opening victory in Reese Court. The Eagles connected on 32 of 51 field goal attempts for 62.7 percent, and all 11 players scored. Lincoln Burton and frontcourt sub- stitute ace Matt Piper each scored 13 points, one more than Melvin Bradley. Simon Fraser's top player, Alan Krist- manson, led all shooters with 18 points, but sank only five of 18 field goal attempts as the Clansmen shot a chilly 42 percent. Carroll defeated University of Leth- bridge, 80-68, and lost an 87-74 decision to University of Calgary to open its season last Friday and Saturday in Canada. EWU will play its first game using the three-point shot from 19 feet, nine inches. Eastern guard Jeff Reinland is a fine long range shooter. I h EWU grapplers open Eastern Washington University will open its dual match wrestling season Saturday night when the Eagles will play host to University of Montana in a home match to be contested at Othello High School in Othello. EWU and Montana will launch their 10-match competition at 7 p.m. Eastern's only formal competition this winter has been in the North Idaho College Takedown Tournament two weeks ago. North Idaho, a national junior college power, trimmed Mon- tana, 37-10, in a dual match last Saturday. Larry Lunke, offensive assistant for the winning EWU football team, has replaced Stan Opp as Eastern wrestling coach, with graduate student Mike Hunter as associate coach. Junior Todd Gaston at 126 pounds and Dave Karas at 142 pounds are expected to be the standouts on an EWU squad, which lacks depth and experience at the upper weights. Gaston starred for two years at North Idaho. Karas missed almost all of the 1982 season with a knee injury after winning an at large berth in the NCAA Division II National Champ- ionships in 1982. Karas took the 148-pound title at the NIC Takedown Tournament Nov. 13. Gaston was second at 132 pounds. Other potential standouts are Tony Breckenridge at 118 pounds, Oscar Springsteen at 177 pounds and Mike Hill at 190. Springsteen missed last season with a broke arm. The sophomore moves down from 190 pounds. Hattemer wins MVP honors Cheney High School junior Laurie Hattemer this week was named as the most valuable Frontier League player for 1982, following her team's third- place finish last week in the State AA Volleyball Tournament. Hattemer follows last year's re- cipi,;nt, Kathy Balabanis, in receiving the award. Balabanis also was a power hitter for the Cheney Blackhawks. The 6'1" Hattemer also received the most votes for First-Team honors. Joining her from the Cheney team for First-Team honors was senior and team captain Malei Young. Named to the second team from Cheney was setter Kara Neubauer, a senior. Eastern wins eight straight Eastern Washington University won its eighth straight football game Satur- day, the longest winning streak since 1967, by downing Cal State Sacramento, 31-14. Senior flanker John Johnson caught touchdown passes of eight and 15 yards as EWU concluded an 8-2 season, also the best since 1967, unranked and uninvited. Senior quarterback Jim Brittain missed half the game with a sprained right knee, causing him to fall short of Bill Diedrick's one-season records for passing yardage and total offense. Brittain connected on nine of 21 passes for 87 yards, including a touchdown throw of eight yards to John Johnson. Brittain finished year with record 162 completions in a record 291 attempts for 1,949 yards. He netted 91 yards rushing for total offense of 2,040 yards. Brittain may have set another record, throwing his last 84 passes without an interception. iiii/ iil i ': ':'' i  : Lettermen Three lettermen return to the Cheney Blackhawk line-up this season. From left are Brian Quinett, a junior, and seniors Randall Stradling and Greg Grogan. Basketball jamboree Hawks prepare to face ML Cards Cheney High School's boys' basket- ball team will kick off its new season Dec. 1 in Medical Lake with a jamboree against the ML Cardinals, Lewis & Clark and North Central. Cheney Coach Denny Humphrey, now in his third season with the Black- hawks, notes the return of three letter- Swimming team seeks members The Eastern Washington Recreation Association presently is seeking new members for its swim team. The Cheney team provides competi- tive and fitness swimming among age groups for boys and girls, ages eight through 18. Swimmers learn four basic strokes, while enjoying the fun of travel and meeting new people. They also will learn about dedication, understanding, strengthening and trying to be better. Tryouts are planned for Dec. 4 from 1-3 p.m. at the Eastern Washington University swimming complex. New workout times, Monday-Friday, will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Summer practices are held at the Cheney City Pool. This past year, some 25 team members traveled to 20 meets through- out the Northwest. For more information, contact Brad Thomas at 235-2951. Soccer teams record wins Some 220 Cheney-area children, and two high school-age teams, representing 14 teams, recently con- coached by Ed Craner and Wall. cluded their fall soccer season. Teams and coaches with undefeated Bowling llllllklll' Cheney teams in the Spokane-area seasons were: Cheney A (under age Soccer League consisted of the follow- eight), coached by Hisaw and Jane ing: three teams, ages six through Marsh; Cheney A (under age 10), seven, coached by Joan Hisaw, Arie coached by Zimmerman and Dave Nyman and Mike McKeehan; four Helms; and Cheney A (under age 14), MERRY MIXERS Hot Shots 30 18 The Glasserie Goodtimers 29 19 Cheney Bowl Hopefuls 28 20 Boot's Insurance 16BV 131V Happy Hookers 271/ 20/ Number One 153 1/2 146 1t2 Sk,n Flins 21/ 26!'2 ExcII Foods 20V 27! Gary's Union 141 159 Scramblers 19V 28 Goofy's 140 160 Rose Bowls 16 32 No*met 13l 169 High Team Total: Rose Bowls, 2628 High Team Game: Schhtz 121 179 Rose Bowls, 910 High Indiwduah Gene Helgeson, 642, Hgh Team Total: Cheney Bowl, 2421. High Team 246; Tomme Wright, 551; Lupe Zamore, 201 Game: #1, 653 High Individual: Jim Frazer, 856(4), 671(3); Dale Slettler, 253: Judy Zappone, 751(4), 560(3) 209 SCRATCH CLASSIC teams, ages eight through nine, coached by Wall and Donley. 173 127 coached by Judy Zimmerman, Kay Soccer registration for the spring 172 128 Scott, Phil Weller and Bob Carr; three teams, ages 10 through 11, coached by Larry Hedge, Jim Hannegan and Del Youngs; two teams, ages 12 through 13, coached by Don Wall and Bill Donley; program will be held in February, and notices will be sent to the schools and to the Cheney Free Press. Also held in connection with the registration will be a shoe swap. KOFFEE KUP KEGLERS Sleepers 28 16 Ms. Fits 28 16 Farmerenes 25 19 4 Queshons 20]/' 23!5 AUTOMOTIVE Alley Cats 20 24 Anderberg Chevrolet 1 I 4 ROT C 19 25 Andre Romberg 10 5 Help! 17% 26% Poneer Union '76' 8 7 Sunflowers 17 27 Elegant Egg 8 7 Hgh Team Total: Ms. FHs, 2151 High Team Game: 4 BiflsTavern 7 8 Questions, 765 High Individual: Eldoro White, 523; RachffeFord 6 9 Zelrna Heyer, 205 Courtesy Auto 5 10 Sprague Viking 5 10 Hgh Team Total: Andre Romberg, 3025. High Team TUESDAY TRIOSCRATCH Game: Andre Romberg, 1108. High Individual: Dale #3 188 112 Settler 620: Dale Startler and Ed Ressen. 226 Mdler High Life 182'/ 117V #4 169 131 #8 147 153 Chef's Flowers 139 161 Wdlow Creek Angus 137 163 #6 135V 164V' Ad-shir-tizing 102 198 High Team Total: Miller High Life, 2415. High Team Game: Miller High Life, 637. High Individual: Bob Enright, 889(4), 676(3), 245; Marilyn Reo, 836(4), 646(3), 221. ROBERT I. STOCKTON, D.D.S. Now accepting appointments at his office of family dentistry at 1705 Second St., Cheney, WA. Office Hours Telephone By Appointment 235-2900 Monday thru Saturday Res. 235-6290 I i I I I II II II iiiiiii III IIII I III I Cheney Chevron 9 Alcohol ProblemTThe Nightmarel RALEIGH HILLS HOSPITALS l very happy Thanksgiving 9 z HANDICAP SWEEPER Call now for confidential 4 GAMES ACROSS guidance. LANES (so9) 624.3226 We are helping Fri., Nov. 26 people find a 8 p.m. solution tO alcoholism. We can $16.00 Entry Fee help you. Talk to High game pot one of our optional $4.00 counselors !oday. Phone or Write for Reservations CHENE BOWL 1706 2nd 235-6278 We would like to wish all of you a l men. Coming ha('k is Brian Quinnett. a junior, an(i Randall Stradling and Greg (h'ogan, t)oth senif)rs. ()lher seniors out this season arc Kevin Ch)use, Bob Fitzner, Stuart Mills, Perry Gerber and Kevin Litttemore, who returns to the district after spending last year at Riverside llilzh Sch()()l. Junior varsily action at the .jamboree is expected to get under \\;va', at 5:30 t).m., with varsity action to folh)w at 7 : 30 p.m. Coach thmphrey said he Io(fked for Medical l,ake, Clarkston and West Valley If) he contenders for this year's league championship. -1 think Cheney can be right in there, too," said the optomislic coach. As of last Friday, Cheney had cut its list of players from 29 to 23. Determina- tion of the starting five had not yet [)c('n nla(|e Afire" the jamboree, Cheney travels to Mead on Dec. 3, before opening at home on l)ec. 10 in another non-league game with Lewis & Clark. BEN FRANKLIN" I ":" onl,=dr.,-- deposit I : Groups 51.OO extra per person - k Poses our sulectol " ' "t Beautiful backgrounds available Ask aNet our Decorator Portrait .... ::{t "" ",&V., bi&b;,;i:" " " PANORAMA PORTRAIT YOURS FOR ONLY $15.95 WITH THE PURCHASE OF OUR LOW-PRICED PORTRAIT PACKAGE, A stunning variety of poses in one portrait makes the Panorama a prl(eless memory of your Child Attrafttvely matted and ready to frame DEC. 7 & 8, TUES. & WED. DALLY 10-6, LUNCH 1-2 BEN FRANKLIN CHENEY PLAZA (; F\\;00Ik00U00E I Anderberg Chevrolet 407 1st -- Cheney 235-6232 448-2213 235-6231 448-2212