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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Thursday, December 9, 1982 Eagles plan road trip to Moscow, Grand F Scoring Eastern Washington University's Dean Maye (#20) helped the Eagles to their 80.59 win over Whitman Friday on Reese Court. Leading the Eagle offense was Matt Piper, who netted 18 points. John Bell added 17 points and 14 rebounds. photo by Norman Storment Mead defeats Cheney with shot at buzzer With one second to go, the Cheney Blackhawks last Thursday saw their hope of winning their first game of the season fade away as Mead's Mike Kennedy connected on a 40-foot buzzer shot to win the game, 4442. "I thought our kids played good defense," Cheney Coach Denny Humphrey said afterwards. The coach particularly noted that Brian Quinnett appeared to "take command and to communicate de- fensively" with the rest of his team. Offensively, Randall Stradling lead the Hawks with 17 points. Others to score for Cheney were: Kevin Little- more and Quinnett, each with eight points: Nathan Netz, six; and Kevin Clouse, three. Late in the game, Cheney made two offensive and perhaps decisive mis- takes at the baseline. Humphrey noted that one Cheney player accidentally stepped out of bounds and that another was called for an offensive foul, in- dicating thaLe team may have been trying a little too hard. " "Those definately were things we can't do when we're that close in a game," said the coach. Coach Humphrey said he still is watching the team with the hopes that someone "will take charge out on the floor". This weekend, Cheney will perform for the first time in front of the home crowd as they host Lewis & Clark on Friday night and North Central on Saturday night. Both games start at 7:30p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, Cheney will travel to play another AAA school, Riverside, also at 7:30 p.m. Cards beat Newport Medical Lake's strong defensive playing paved the way for the Cardinals season opening win over Newport Saturday. A strong defense and a team effort helped the Medical Lake Cardinals win their season opening game Satur- day against Newport, 74-46. dam on Monday. Lenny Parham led the Cardinals with 20 points. He also grabbed eight re- bounds. Jeff Williams was close behind Parham scoring 18 points, and Richard Reed and J.C. Kennedy pumped in 13 each. Kennedy also led the team in rebounds with 11. "on the defensive end, we played Newport 11 15 10 10 -- 46 really well, said coach Dave Olzen- Medical Lake 17 21 24 11 -- 74 Yakima freshman leads EWU spikers m season th II an Sara Ufford, freshmin standout from was second on the team wi 67 ki s d Yakima, led the 1982 Eastern Wash- led the team with 21 block assists. ington University volleyball team in Ufford and Weber were among 12 most attacking statistics, and junior Holly Weber was selected as team captain for the season which ended late last month. Ufford paced the Eagles with 77 kills from 232 total attempts and she topped the squad with her 13 percent attack- ing percentage. She also produced almost half of Eastern's service aces with 15. Weber earned her third letter by attacking at a five percent clip, and she athletes awarded letters by associate coaches Mary Rubright and Barbara Moo. EWU concluded its season with a 5-25 record. The Eagles had a,1-13 mark for the first Mountain West Athletic Con- ference season, and they ended the campaign with a 10-match losing streak. Other EWU letter-winners include Kathy Balabanis, a freshman from Cheney. / Gift Certificates ;(,, for that coin or stamp collector on your Christmas List :; .%t :, Availableat 1 i KStS Enterpr'SeSw, li . 1011 1st 235-5738 C y, . Off to its best start in 30 years, the Eastern Washington University men's basketball team will take its five-game winning streak on the road this week when the Eagles face Idaho and North Dakota, tw-d te/ithg-whic-h competed in NCAA tournaments last winter. EWU will face Idaho in Moscow on Tuesday night and then visit North Dakota Saturday night in Grand Forks. Idaho (3-1) lost a comfortable early lead then came back to defeat Washing- ton State, 62-58, in overtime last Satur- day night. The Vandals, defending Big Sky Conference champions, have won 37 straight games in the Kibble Dome. Game time will be 8 p.m. North Dakota has a 2-2 record. The 1982 North Central Conference champ- ions, a perennial Division II power, have won 43 straight games in the Hyslop Sports Center. Eastern Montana upset the Fighting Sioux, 71-65, last Saturday in Billings. Eastern Washington picked up its fifth victory without defeat last Friday in Reese Court, knocking off Whitman, which was opening its season, 80-59. EWU saw three 17-point leads melt down to eight, but the Eagles scored 17 of the final 21 points. Reserve forward star Matt Piper scored 18 points. Senior forward John Bell poured in 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Piper leads EWU, averaging 13.8 points. Bell averages 13.4 points and 9.4 rebounds. Guard Dean Maye averages 10.4 points with 4.8 assists. Eastern has opened the season with five straight victories for the first time since the 1953 team captured its first six outings. Eastern Washington and Idaho will meet in men's basketball for the first time since Dec. 20, 1956, when the Vandals claimed a 69-59 decision in Moscow. The Vandals lead the series, which dates to 1906, 17-7. Idaho, coached by Don Monson, posted a 25-4 record for the 1981 season and it came Hattemer leads girls to win Cheney junior Laurie Hattemer, who spent two weeks playing basketball this past summer on an European tour team, lead Cheney Saturday night to its first victory of the season. Netting 10 points, collecting 23 rebounds and coming up with five blocks, Hattemer helped her team- mates to its 33-23 win over North Central, an AAA team out of Spokane. "I thought the girls played especially well on defense," said Hal Sautter, now in his second season as head coach. This year, Cheney is practicing a pressure, man-to-man style of defense, aimed at causing turnovers. Sautter said his team is learning the plan well, noting that defensive pressure in the NC game by Lisa Morrow helped her to come up with five stolen balls. The coach then went on to cite the defensive play of all his players, saying that Lynn Paul especially was "in position" and clogging up the passing lanes every time. She nabbed seven rebounds. "Our team, defensively, was exactly what we hoped it would be," said Coach Sautter. "I can't think of anyone who let down on defense." Offensively, others to score for Cheney, besides Hattemer, were: Cindy Gifford, eight; Marcia Waite, five; Juli Morgenstern, four; and Paul, Rene Wiley and Morrow, each with two. This weekend, the team takes on two AAA schools in Spokane. Friday night, Cheney visits Gonzaga Prep, followed by a meeting Saturday night at Mead. NC defeats ML girls Despite a good first half, the Medical Lake girls basketball team dropped its season opener Thursday against North Central, 63-31. Coach Gary Glasgow attributed the loss to a lot of turnovers. Coach Gary Glasgow said Monday his team only shot 31 percent from the field. "They hit a hot streak and we hit a bad one," he said. "We had a lot of turnovers and got rattled when they pressed us," Glas- gow added. Glasgow attributed that fact to a lack of varsity experience. Six-foot center Michelle Payne led the team in both field goals and re- bounds, scoring 13 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. In Saturday's game against Newport, the Cardinal girls lost 45-36. Glasgow said Newport outshot and outrebounded his team. The Cardinals made only 25 percent of their field goals, he added. Medical Lake also committed 30 fouls which also contributed to its loss, Glasgow said. N. Central 9 I0 18 26 -- 63 Medical Lake 9 I0 8 4 -- 31 Newport 15 12 8 10 -- 45 Medical Lake 13 7 9 7 -- 36 Both games start at 7:30 p.m. Sautter said Gonzaga Prep is being viewed early in the season as one of the contenders in the Greater Spokane League for the GSL championship, along with Shadle Park. "It'll be a good contest for us," said Sautter. "We're going to find out how tough we are." Sautter said Mead sports a very tall, but not-so-quick team that will give his Blackhawks a chance to play another kind of game on Saturday night. "All of this helps us for the league, and that's where it really starts to count," concluded the coach. Cheney freshman Karri Lunke earned 20 points during the junior varsity win over North Central. Sautter noted that she has been issued a varsity uniform and may see some playing time Dec. 18 against Riverside and then Dec. 28-29 during the Connell Tourna- ment. Recreation Results Wapato edges ML, 31.30 Despite strong performances by Medical Lake High School wrestlers, Wapato still managed to win the opening match of the varsity season 31-30. "I was still pleasantly surprised that the kids wrestled so well for their first time out," said coach Mike Farr. Tim Bloom, Jack Zappone and Ben Edwards showed their superior skill by pinning their opponents. Will Bloom, who achieved sixth place in state competition last year, beat his opponent 16-2. Fa'rr said he thinks his young team will be competitive throughout the season. Other meet results are 122-Ross Rhinehart beat his opponent 12-4; 158- Kevin Reiber won 8-3. At the Davis Invitational held Satur- day, the Cardinals picked up two seconds and five thirds. Winning second were 135- Sam Third place winners were J.F. Smith--101, Tim Bloom--108, Ross Rhinehart--122, Jack Zappone-148 and Ben Edwards-16g. The Cardinals next match will be Saturday in Cheney. It begins at 10 a.m. and features Cheney, Ferris, West Valley, Shadle and North Central. Predator clinic set Predator hunters an trappers may find a clinic to be held this evening in Spokane of interest to them. Starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Ziegler Building Center auditorium, 4220 N. Market St., the Inland Empire Big Game Council will host predator expert Del Holland, a wildlife control agent for the Washington State Department of Game (Ephrata). Holland will demonstrate predator calling, pelt care, home tanning tech- niques and skinning and stretching. His slide show also will be followed by a question and answer period. Petersen and 141-Will Bloom. 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Oregon Dec. 10-U High, LC at U High Reese Court-7:30 p.m. 6 p.m.-JV 7:30 p.m.-Varsity Dec. 11--Cheney Tournament EWU Women's Basketball 10 a.m.-Noon-2 p.m. Dec. 9-EWU vs. Nevada-Reno, Dec. 14-CV at Central Valley Dial Sun Devil Classic, ASU, 5:30 p.m.-JV 7 p.m.-Varsity Tempe, AZ-3:30 p.m. Dec. 10-Dial Sun Devil Classic, Cheney JH Wrestling Tempe, AZ Dec. 9-Cheney hosts Deer Park Dec. 11-Dial Sun Devil Classic, 3:45 p.m. Tempe, AZ Dec. 14-ML at MI. EWU Wrestling 3:45 p.m. Dec. 11 -EWU Open all day back with a 27-3 mark last winter. North Dakota, led by veteran coach Dave Gunther, is less experienced than usual, but the Fighting Sioux do have three returning starters led by forward Steve Brekke. The 6'5" senior is aver- aging 15.8 points, two points more than guard Rod Merriam, a junior. The other returning starter is sophomore guard Jim Driscoll. Forward Wayne Montgomery, a freshman, averages 12.8 points. Mont- gomery is a former teammate of Eastern Washington's Melvin Bradley and William Nixon at Westinghouse Vocational High School in Chicago. Bradley, a sophomore, is a regular guard for EWU. reserve center. EWU see more his team victories. "We've we're playing fense," Folda think we're at game and we time. We need minutes on guards, in more aggressive. EWU will 14, Men's Fullcourt Basketball Results - Nov. 30 Goofy's Tavern 63 8dl's Tavern 58 Emir Hardy, Mark Kate and Guy Johnson all scored ,n double figures to pace the winners Bill's was led offensively by Paul Hams, Jason Hampton and Kevin cNeal. Goofy's tough man-to-man defense was led by the eiaht steals of Randy Harris. John Harr,s was Bill's defensive player of the game. Elegant Egg 47 Port of Entry 45 Elegant Egg's Craig Ettinger and Dan Perrlgo combined for 32 points for the victors. Lorry Bicke( ',cored 24 points for Port of Entry to take game-high cor,ng honors Defens,ve standouts were the Egg's Fred Curry and Port of Entry's Bud Smith. Appleblossom 72 Anderberg Chevrolet 66 Ken Smith, Eugene Glenn and John Hays combined for 52 of Appleblossom's 72 points. Don Squires scored 22 points and Jack Peasley 12 points to lead the Anderberg offense. Joe Franklin for Appleblossom and Greg Goetz of Anderberg played outstanding defense. Men's Ful/court Basketball League Schedule - Tuesday, Dec. 74 Anderberg Chevrolet vs. Port of Entry, 6:4S p.m., Fisher Appleblossom vs. Goofy's Tavern, 8 p.m., Fisher. Bill's Tavern vs. Elegant Egg, 9:IS p.m., Fisher Men's Halfcourt Basketball Results - Thursday, Dec. 2 Overlie's over City Dump Geiger Sonics over Chargers D.J's Tavern over Goofy's Tavern Willow Springs over Ableman's Tom's Chevron over Misprints Floor leader Cheney's Laurie Hattemer led North Central this past points, 23 rebounds and five Completes basic Army Pvt. Kirk A. 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