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n&apos;t come down did last year, Coach against Mead Mead, 36-18. looked pretty "After to have Friday on U-High and starting at 6 Will host North West Valley, a tourna- a.m. Dec 14, lers lose first meet Cheney will travel to Central Valley for a 5:30 p.m. meet. "Ferris looks to be real tough this year," said Indorf. "We're trying to get better, and, if we wrestle the better (AAA) schools, we'll get better." Indorf, commenting on the season opener against AAA rival Mead, said his wrestlers had not progressed as much before the meet as they had by this time last year. However, he did note some good Cheney performances, particularly out of Aaron Mason at 141 pounds and Marly Mitchell at 178. Mason, a junior, came up with a 9-3 decision over Mead senior Jay Bonnett. Mitchell, a senior, pinned Jeff Howland in the first 25 seconds of his first period. !n head for tourney University which has iato its fourth joining seven Devil ,'no at 3:30 tournament Other first- host Arizona Iowa against against Wyo- ton and , this on the ASU h Saturday the EWU-Reno of the ASU- Friday. The losers will play in the afternoon. After winning the Coca-Cola Thanks- giving Classic at Utah State Nov. 22-23, EWU dropped both its starts in the WSU-Dial Tournament last weekend in Pullman;-although, junior star Fay Zwarych scored 20 points in each game to win a spot on the all-tournament team. Brigham Young, leading 43-33 at half time, ran away from the Eagles after intermission to record a 97-56 triumph Friday. Washington State bumped off EWU, 71-59,in the con- solation game Saturday as Holly Bertus and Linda Fisher tallied 21 and 19 points respectively for WSU. Zwarych, a six-foot wing or post from Vernon, B.C., has been all-tournament in each of Eastern's three tournament appearances. She averages 19.8 points and 9.2 rebounds. rns to Eagle squad an at-large last Saturday. ton Uni- EWU picked up its first dual meet win II national of the year. Chris Wolfe (Tacoma) at lgo, returned to 134, Dean Perdue (Port Orchard) at after missing 126, Mike Mohler tAuburn) at 150, Ran "injury, and he Cloke tSpokane) at 158 and ()sear over Pacific Springsteen (Graham) at 177 were at 142 pounds other EWU winners. stern athlete honored coaching ranks, Frank Smith, led his University of British Columbia football team to the Vanier Cup, symbolic of the Canadian collegiate championship. The Thunderbirds lost a 24-3 decision to EWU in Cheney Sept. 25, but they won all 12 of their Canadian games. UBC downed Western Ontario, 39-14, for the Vanier Cup Nov. 20 before wrapping up the season with a 19-8 conquest of Simon Fraser Nov. 27 in the annual Shrum Bowl game. Washing- letterman two as the coach of the pass-oriented 5-4 season. Coordinator is for the which played to wind up now in the Cheney's Shawn Triplett, a 122-pound senior, also had a good match, defeat- ing Greg Patterson, 8-1. The two had met several times before in free-style wrestling meets, and this was the first time Triplett won. "Shawn has really improved this year," said Coach Indorf, who" also commented on Triplett's "good atti- tude". Indorf also noted that junior Marc Tareski, a 135-pounder, was "his usual tough, down-to-business self" in his 7-2 win over Scott Hubble. Other results of the meet were: 101-- Reid Harrison (M) defeated Darrin Mason, 7-2; 108--Gerald Hoots (M) pinne---gd-PiVVigi]_l--36 seconc[s; 115- Kevin Comeaux (M) pinned Matt Tare- ski, :59 first; 129--John Vigil (C) beat Russ Minyoshi, 8-4; 148--Wayne Riddle (M) defeated Matt Irvin, 6-3; 158--Troy Busby (M) pinned Tim Lewis, :51 first; 168--Bob Engaint (M) defeated Del Krumm, 11-10, 190--Gary Chandler (M) beat Doug Partanen; 6=0;-and Unlimit- ed--Ron Devine (M) pinned Mike Blakely, : 10 third. Cheney's Cindy Gifford helps Cheney to stretch its lead early in the game against North Central. She was the Blackhawks' second best scorer, total- mg eight points. 18 6 18 6 14 10 12 12 11'/2 12V 8'/2 15% 7 17 7 17 Nigh Team Game: Cousins, 186; 69 35 62 42 56 48 55 49 45 59 45 59 42 62 42 62 High Team Game: :)b Johnson, 245; 35 17 31 '/ 20'/2 29'/2 22'/2 29 23 28V2 23V2 20 " 18V 33.'/2 16 36 Nigh Team Game: 202; Lama Sprague Vkr, U I0 15 Bdq's Tavern 8 17 Courlesy Aulo 6 19 Htgh Team Total: Ratchfie Ford. 3213 High Team Game Ratchffe Ford, 1129 High Md,,.,+duol Geurge Sparks, 255 638; Dale Stet!ler, 63% Dale Farrt:,glon, 633: Duane Perr,go, 632; Larry Halverson, 630 MERRY MIXERS Hopefuls 32 20 Hot Shots 31 21 Goodtm,ers 29 23 Happy Hookers 27' 2 24  Excell Foods 23!  28  Scramblers 23% 28' Skin Fhnts 21 ' 30  Rose Bowls 20 32 Hgh Team [olal Rose Bowls, 2525 H,gh Team Game Rose Bowls 866 High Ind,wdual John Boots, 629, 244 Barbara Bouts 519; Lupe Zamora, 206 KOFFEE KUP KEGLERS Sleepers 31 17 Ms F,+s 31 17 Farn,ereltes 26 22 ROIC 23 25 Alley Cats 21 27 4 Quesllons 20; 27 Sunflowers 20 28 Help! 18'7 29' H,qh learn Total: Sleepers, 2181 Hiqh Team Game: R < * T ( /b5 Hgh ;rMl ,dui Wondo Helgeson, 540 Sf,err V O]mpbell, 211 [UESDAY lRtO SCRATCH #3 220 } 30 A,Iler Hgh Die 212% 1372 /4 185 165 #8 170 180 Wd'ow (reek Angus 169 181 #6 164; 185', ( he+'s Fi+wers 160 190 Ad sh,r hz,ng 19 231 H,gh Team 1oral: #3 2317 H,gh Team Game: //3. 630 Hgh Indwdoa[ gm Dyck Jr, 883(4), 656(3), 249; Lorna S }ue* he, 224, 734(4) 556(3); Susan Dyck, 734(4) SCRATCH CLASSIC C h+ +,y Bowl 193 157 B(o! h,surauce 193 157 B&B Dtr/r)uors 190% 15g li;e Glasser,e 190 159!, ()(if y'% Uf/ioll 173 177 ( oofv ', 169' 2 180  Re,me  149 201 S hl,tz 141% 208% +,qh l*orn ]otok B&B Dslributors, 2294 High Team Gcm,e G(Iry's Unon, 633 High Individ4at: Dale bletIler, 842{4) 245 Bdl Raltmayer, 654(3); Judy /Hppone 227, 732(4); Janey Dyck 582(3). Thursday, December 9, 1982 Chenev Free Press Page 7 On top now, Alberta ballet but... Cheney's John Vigil, wrestling at 129 pounds, was on top Dec. 2 against his Mead opponent but ended up losing the bout. ! The Alberta Ballet Company will return to Spokane for the upcoming performances of "The Nut- cracker". Joining the ballet company will be the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. Performances are set for Dec. 16-19. For information on tickets, call 624-1200. 'The Nutcracker' slated Fhe Spokane Symphon3 Orchestra .ek:omes the Alberta Ballel Company back to Spok.ane for its second year at p('rlorming Tchaikowsky's "The Nut- crak('er". , & Five performances will be given in the St)okane ()pera th)use fron] Dec. 16 t irough l)ec. 19. Three evening shows from Thursday through Saturday will Marl al 8 p.m., and two matiness on ".4m'da3 an(t Sunday are at 2 p.m. The Alberia Ballet Company, which ,> oased in F(hnonton, was invited back ::.m this year by the Symphony's |:xecutive l)irector Wesley O. Bruslad !,ucausc "'of the critical, financial and popuhu" success o1 its performance in Spokane last Christmas season." The Spokane Symphony Orchestra and nmmbers of the Spokane Chorale \\;vi!l be conducted by Donald Thulean (luring the evening performances and I)x Assistant Conductor Raehael Worby during the two matiness performances. Tickets start at $7 and are available at the Symphony boxoffice on the sky- walk level of River Park Square down- l,n Spokane. They are also available at the Crescent stores at Northtown and University City, ttot'fman Music at S. 110 Pines in the Valley, The Music Mart m Cheney, Fairchild Air Force Base Recreation Center and Second Look Books in the Lincoln tteights Center. Twenty-percent group discounts arc available for groups of four or more for hclectc(t performances and seating lreas. Tim next performance of the Spokane Symphony will be a "A Midsummer Night's Dream in Snowy Winter" on Jan. I l, at 8 p.m. in the Opera ttouse. 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