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Page 8 Hells Canyon Journal, May 6, 1987 |~||11111||!1 !! Ill| |! ! ! ||l ! Ill Ill Ill Iii111 Illii|liil IIililll Iill | II I ! ! II! !Ill ! Ill b Joe Crow was a Crane destroyer when the Spartans hosted Crane Saturday, May 2, for a doubleheader. Crow was perfect at the plate, going 5 for 5, inclu- ding two doubles, drove in five runs and scored five times ac,' ounting for one- third of the Spartan attack in the twin-bill. In the first game Monti Hilderbrand pitched a five hitter while Pine-Eagle col- lected i0 hits on their way to a 13-1 victory. Monti struck out Ii Crane batters. Scott Walker carried the big stick with a 2 for 4 effort and four RBI's. Josh Sprague went 2 for 3 and Bob Seal drove in two runs with a timely double. In the nightcap, Seal al- lowed only two hits, with seven K's, as the Spartans rambled to a 17-2 victory. Pine-Eagle scored seven times in both the first and third innings. Gabe Godwin and Matt Binford each had two RBI's. Seal, Sprague and Matt Oli- ver accounted for one RBI each. The Spartans have a shot at District play but must continue their winning ways when they host Union in Halfway Saturday, May 9, for a doubleheader. Game time is 1:00 p.m. The Coleman and Chrisman Invitational track meet held at Joseph May 2, with 6 schools attending, saw both Pine Eagle boys' and girls' track teams victorious. The girls' team tallied 1741/z points, taking 5 first places out of 15 events. Se- cond P!ace was Pilot Rock LEGAL NOTICE For Sale: 1977 Chevrolet Sports Van, 12 passenger van with 124,000 actual miles. maintenance . records .available., ,4,00 ,cubic inch engine, automatic transmis- sion, tires 50% rubber, spare wheel and tire. Sealed bids will be received r until ; 4:30 p.m., May 11, t987, at the Pine Eagle SChool District office, P.O. Box 677, Halfway, Oregon 97834. The School District Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids will be opened May 11, 1987. Michael J. Keown, Supt. Pine Eagle School District 61 5/7 I Buy or Rent a VCR for Mother's Day from $329 or $29.95 month or $10 week Saunders TV & Stereo with 94 points. Jenny Farwell was in her usual groove as she placed first in the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles. Jenny also had the fastest time in the 1600 meter relay, with teammates Jody Davis, Tausha Kirk and Cheryl Huff, who all took first place honors in the event. Cheryl Huff was consistent again, as she placed first in the long jump, beating her closest competitor by eight in- ches. Kristi Draze was first in the high jump, second in the 100 and 200 meter events. Teena Seal was second in the javelin throw. Jody Davis took second place in the 800 meter event and also helped the 400 meter relay team to second place with teammates Cindi Perinchief, Kristi Draze and Cheryl Huff. Sharla Snapp was second in the 3000 meter run. The boys' team took first place easily with 161 total points, as their closest con- tender, Joseph, ended their I I day with 120 total points. The boys' team won half the events with eight first place finishes. Also consistent this year for Pine Eagle was Curt Aman, again taking first place honors in the 100 meter and 200 meter events and se- cond place in the high jump. Rick Anderson was first in the 110 meter hurdles and the long jump. Shain Moody took first place in the 300 meter hurdles. Chris Halley was first in the triple jump, second in the long jump and third in the high jump. The Pine Eagle 1600 meter relay team placed first, beating Joseph by a ten- second margin. Thad Heater was first in the 1500 meter and second in the 800 meter runs. Harry Henderson plac- ed second in the 200 meter run, losing to Curt Aman by only two-tenths of a second. second. The next meet is Saturday, May 9 at Elgin. 50% off Selected Samsonite Luggage 25% off Ladle's Aris Isotoner Gloves Department, & Slippers off Make it YOU MAKE THE CALL. Ask Spartan catcher Gabe God- win for the correct answer. : Little League To Be Winner American Legion Post Richland Elementary care- is sponsoring a Babe Ruth teria to be followed by Bingo team for the 1987 season. A cake sale at Hitching Post in Richland will be held Saturday, May 16, starting at 9:00 a.m. A Cake Walk will be held at 5:00 p.m., May 16, at at 7:00 p.m. All proceeds will go to- ward the Little League Pro- gram. New uniforms are planned for the Babe Ruth Team. Community support is urged and appreciated. Mother's Day Specials Saturday, May 9, 5 p.m. Candlelight . Prime Rib Dinner Sunday, May 10, noon to 5 p.m. Special Smorgasbord Dinner Mom's Dinner FREE (when accompanied by children) Halfway 742-7880 Treat Morn To A Sandwich and rootbeer float only 81'' Offer good through May 15, 1987