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Page 14 HellsCmryon Journal May 13, 1998 Spartans Excel in Final Track Tune-up Before District Meet ThePineEagletrackteams her own school record in the fared well at the final meet discus. The Pine Eagle girls' before the District Track Meet team took first place in seven on May 16, when they trav- of 17 events, and finished sec- eled to the Wallowa County ond in team points, just nine meet in Joseph on Saturday, points behind Enterprise. May 9. Enterprise, Joseph, The Spartan boys were led WaUowa and Imbler also corn- by Lucas Simpson who took a peted in the meet. pair of seconds in the shot put A number of competitors and discus, and finished fifth established new personal in team points. bests, and Lyrica Smith broke Former Spartan Takes 8th at Regional Jon Miles placed eighth inin the event by hurling the the discus at the Pacific discus 147' 7". Teams com- Northwest Regional Track petingin the meeicame from Meet atWestern Oregon Uni-Oregon, Washington, south- versity in Monmouth, Or- ern Canada and northern egon, last weekend. Miles es- California. tablished a new personal best e e George Burns Gracie Allen Elizabeth Taylor .Ingrid Bergman Roses are potted and in beautiful condition with buds Prime Time for Annuals Perenn/als arr/v/ng weekly Great select/on of shrubs and trees I e. 7 oars AWEEK! Sat &sun. ,:4:,o0 1 Pocahontas Rd. across from St. Elizabeth Hospital Baker City Wallowa County Meet 5/9/98 (Girls) Shot Put 2. Lyrica Smith* 32' 11" 5. Barbara Stacey 26' 6,5" 6. Brandi Schrader 24' 2.5" Discus 1. Lyrica Smith" 112' 10.5" 4. Barbara Stacey 79' 5" Javelin 1. Lyrica Smith 111' 7" 5. Barbara Stacay 82' 3.5" Pole Vault 4. Cassie Williams 6' 6" 5. Audrey Beam 6' 0" High Jump 1. Mimi VanHooser 4' 6" 400-meter relay 2. Pine Eagle 55.19 (Lyrica Smith, Casie Durr, Alicia Hawkins, Audrey Beam) 1,500 meters 1. Rachel Heame 5:35.74 4. Sarah Young 6:39.46 6. Cassia Williams 6:45.64 100 meters 5. Alicia Hawkins 14.85 400 meters 1. Mimi VanHooser* 1:02.19 100-meter high hurdles 4. Rachel Hearne 20.12 800 meters 2. Mimi VanHooser 2:34.40 4. Casie Durr 2:50.37 6. Alison Schmitt 2:57.90 200 meters 3. Audrey Beam 30.69 300-meter intermediate hurdles 4. Rachael Hearne 55.29 3,000 meters 3. Sarah Young 14:43.19 1,600-meter relay 1. Pine Eagle 4:41.43 (Mimi VanHooser, Rachael Heame, Audrey Beam, Casie Durr) 2. Pine Eagle 4:56.00 (Lyrica Smith, Alicia Hawkins, Alison Schmitt, Cassie Williams) (Boys) High Jump 3. Nate Bond 5' 8" Long Jump 5. Nate Bond 16' 5" 400 meter Relay 6. Pine Eagle~ 53.03 (Josh Endersby, Nick Heeren, Nick Tressler, Nate Bond) Discus 2, Lucas Simpson" 123' 11.75" 5. Nick Tressler* 90' 1" 6. Josh Endersby 89' 9.75" Shot Put 2. Lucas Simpson* 44' 2" 6. Josh Endersby 33' 4.5" 3,000 meters 5. Nick Heeran 14,07.13 denotes'personal / season's best Student Athletic Trainer Day at EOU The athletic training pro-and selecting a college or uni- gram at Eastern Oregon Uni- versity. A facility tour and a versity will present a one- variety of other activities are day program for high school, also planned. Various door studentsinterestedinthefield prizes will be given. of sports medicine and athletic Program information will be training who want to learnprovided by Ken Kladnik, head more about the profession,athletic trainer at Eastern, Dr. The Student Athletic Peggy Anderson, Eastern's Trainer Day is set for Satur- Director of Athletics, Dr. Gregg day, May 16, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. in Densmore, Eastern's team Quinn Coliseurfi, room 127 at physicianandMindiWalker, a Eastern. There is no charge graduate of Eastern's athletic to attend this program. Lunch training program and trainer will be provided free of charge, at La Grande High School. During the program, stu- To register or receive addi- dent trainers at Eastern will tional information, contact present information on ath- the Eastern Athletic Train- letic training as a profession, ing Program by May 14 at the job market and careers541-962-3311. hurts. Dipping snuff is nothing to smile about. It's a habit that can ruin your health. And your life. It's as addicting as cigarettes and just as dangerous. And there's a very good chance you can get cancer. If you use smokeless tobacco, stop now. If you don"t use it, don't start. Don't be a dip. A budding track athlete and a popular student, Sean Marsee started dipping when he was 13 because he thought it was safer than smoking. After five years of dipping a can or more a day, he got mouth cancer. He had part of his tongue removed. At age 19, he died, ajqer writing a simple message on a pad of paper: "Don't dip snuff" Akohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Coalition 2090 41h Street, Baker Gty, Oregon 97814 Jarri McClarin, Projed Coordinator 541-523-5814 ext.29