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6 • 6 & 2004 Sports Ticket SE'PTEMBE'I~ 4, 2003 ,/'ALLEY (it:IN’.V VAIJ,IeY • .:""".. Medina expected to lead rounded attac • ; BY KURTIS J. Wooo "We have a passing attack." teams to battle each other, have a new snapper, new holder, tight end. WhileQuincywillthrowtheir . . .- - leftbyCoryNiderost(773yards), of people who can play foot- Alex King, new to the varsity there, because he's got defenseattheTigersFridaynight wnen: /p.m. He switches from tight end to hall," Alexander said. "That's level, is snapping the ball with hands, full we can run rt hi, run left a w s 1 line ti h f r uar s 2 rection. There areeight starters Y "fl ticip ted, iththree tartil g " - "g t ends, ou g d.,... 1 out ing and punting roles, rumbled and bumbled, we i " motion• They lost all their backs ........ ". ..... I i~ . "W tr • . They lost their studs," head coach ........... ~ ~ ' e y to put Matt into sxtu- pounds, runs the 40-yard dash m J -> ..... , , ~ ~ • ~ , .... • ..... , 2 :~: ~ ~ ~ • ::,.~( ~:~: :" :i:~.:, :~:,:~ ..................... . : :~ ~ .~;: ~ ~,,: :~": • • The entry fee is $20 per team n t’o1" • • Post-Register Sports Tonasket at Quincy Omlin looks to fill the void "At the scrimmage I saw a lot new kicker and new punter.' We put him (Bau • • on the team. He • • and try to control the game, the . , running back and is finding the the first time 1 could have an DrewFerguson, Scott Yeates and Lopez, Corlettsaid. "After • • offense will try to find their di- Qmno/ game plan: Hope- transition a little nicer than an- innersquad scrimmage with two Petersen looking to fill the kick- ketball last season where ! :" Football " back in the lineup, but just seven and gas them. Get those big men back in the trenches, of 22 guys were ready.' The offensiveline will have a he would be perfect there. will be playing their position h0rsestired. ActudlythatsAlex s "He said, "Coach, it's really Not all is rosy with the special strong look on the right side with tall and has long arms." • Sept. 5 Tonasket 7p.m. • • 7 • from last season, plan and it's a good one, assis- nice to get switched to a running teams taking a hit from gradua- Ferguson (2nd team all-league, On the left side will be • Sept. 12 MedicalLake p.m. • The headliner, ofcourse, will tantcoach/offensivecoordinator back,when we have linemen like tion and other factors. 5-9, 230) at guard, Cesar Will- King (6-2, 205) tackle, b~ • • Sept. 26Sept'19 Kiona-Bentonlakeside 7:30p,m7~Pm" •• besecond-teamall-leaguequar- Jeff Corlett said this, Alexander said. 'One weakness is the kicking iams (5-10, 230) at tackle and Saldana (5-10, 190) guard~ • terbackMattMedina.Thejunior Tonasketa'~neplan'"Thev Omlin brings a size to the game,' Alexander said. "We Smokey Baughman (6-3, 190)at Eric Biersner (5-10. 245) ce4 : Oct. 3 Cashmere* 7~p,m • • Oct. 10 Chelan* 7:30p.r~ • threw for 1,188 yards, 15 touch- s 'th ~" / a' "of backfield which has not been ~ ~ '?/i • ....... ala ey are going to mn tot ...... I ~ ~ _o Oct. 17 Omak* 7:30p, m. • uownsanunve]ntercephonsJast there Ior some time. tae cnecKs I ~ • Oct 24 Cascade* 7:30pro • season, m at o ieet, z lncnes, welgns IV3 ~ : .......... .; • Oct. 31 Ephrata* 7:YOp.m, • : Nov. 7 Playoff(TBA) 7:30p.m. • ations where he doesn't make Bill Alexander said. 4.8 seconds and benches 315 [ ~ . • ' mistakes," assistant coach Jeff" Tonasket strength: Their pounds. Not tomention he pole r ~~ : Head Coach - Bill "Alex" Alexander • • Ass~ts:WadePetersen, JeffC0rle~Manuel • Corlett said. ' He s learning, linemen were all starters last year vaults 15 feet, 3 inches. ~ ~ ~l~ • He s gotten this far with his - bm boys and the auarterback At first tt wasn t like he took ~ -,m]~,~ ~ ~ • ° ~.Yl~r~Arn°ldYl~xJ~Fleikkila •• athleticism, was their starter," head coach to it like a duck to water," ~ ;~1? ~~ i: • • --- " • "We have a pretty outstand- BillAlexander said Alexander said. "But his learn- ~~~i ~ ! ~ • mg receiwng corps, so he will mgcurve hlsvIsion it sreally, ~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~ " Soccer ° have plenty of chances to throw really helped ~ ~d~]~ ~~ ! ~:~ ~~ • Sept. 9 Naches 4p.m. • • th,syear t s n t h he s gong to ~~~ ~~ ~ ~~ ..... I ' o 'ke ' i .... ' ........... ............ ~* ........... ~ ......... : Sept. t6 Othello 4p.m, • His top three recewers are Woods had nine catches for sneak up on anyone. Theyknow l • Sept. 18 Connell 4p.m. • ' " , ' r " " ' " .... ~ • Sept. 20 Toppeni~ lla.m, backmsenmrsDougWoods(lst 354 ya ds and two scores, whtle Omhnsanathlete. ~~~ ~ ~ ~~.~ • * • team all-league), (]abe Lopez Lopez added l8 catches for 316 In front of Omlin will be re- ~~i~! ~~: ~ ::~ ~~ • • Sept. 23Sept. 27 Cascadecashmere, 4p.m.lt~.m. •• (2rid team all-league)and Joel yards and three scores. Omlin turningfullbackDustinPetersen. ~~ l~~~ ~~ • • Sept. 30 Omak*. 4p.m. •• Omlin (2nd team all-league), had 14 catches, 167 yards and Petersen(5-10, 185) had 34 car- ~~ ~~ • Oct. 2 Toppemsh 4pro. • Medina did not opert last year as two;cores, ries for 207 yards and four scores ~~~ ~/ • Oct. 4 Chelan* 4Fro. • the starter, but quickly lound But the team will be looking last season. ~~ ~~ ~ OCt. 7 Ephrata* 4 p.m. • .... o m ..... ....... o , • htmselfmthestartmgrole. This t add ore yards on the ground. He reads blocks real well, ~~ • OCt. 9 Cascade 4 p.m. • .... . ~;~ -~ ~zi~:~.~: year he ts known by all as the top We ve got to find out what Corlett said. ~ .: ~o • Oct, 14 Cashmere* 4p.m • . , . . , . , : ....... i~i~ii!iii~!~!i~.~:i::~i ~. . • returnmgNorthCWACquarter- kind of running attack we ve The scrimmage helped the /~ • :Oct.Oct"I821 Chetan*Omak* 4p.m.10a'm' e• back. got," coach Bill Alexander said. coaches, especially with two full ;~3.%. ~:!I Oct. 25 ~rata II a.m, • ..... ~i~:ii~ii~:~i .... ~;:,. .... :'~’+~:i~::ti~:~ ..... .~i ~;~ .... • Head Coach - Mark Hens0n • A~sismt: TBA • i " • ~. • • Play will begin at 1 p.m: with ~ow gross [. Carmen Weber 93, Tom James with~2,Mark Bruntz ~.. ~.~-..~L 1 Volleyball • festival grounds. Low net I: Alvema Casey 71. Low net in the 1"5-21 division was • Sept. 6 E#rataJV 10~r~ * teams checking in at 12:30 to dis- Low net ll:,Roe Olsen 77. Low 65 and Andy Got• 66. Tied for • : Sept. ll Othello 5:~Fm • cuss rules and sign waivers, gross !I: Irene Boyce 119. KP: first place in the 22 and up divi- • Sept. 16 Naches 5:30p.m. . Teams will be able to choose be- Susan Atkins 4-9 1/2, Elaine Duda sion were George Kikuchi, Pete ~~ ~~ ~ :~ • ..... : , • ~pt. 18 Wa~ 5:30p,r~ * • tween a competitive and a recre- 27-4, Long putt: Marian Lucas 8- Whyte and Don Lindberg at 66. Kurtisl. Wood/Post-Rt~ : Sept. 20 ~tl0Tt~'r, ey 10ram • ational division if numbers per- 91/2,BoyceB-l/2 Birdies'Atkins Hole of the week was number six • ~,, ^_.~ .^,^ ,^.,, ....... • Sept. 23 Cascade* 5:30p.ra~ • • " " Smokey Baughman steps into the t,~,,t ~,,u ,u,~ ,u, t,,,~ ~u,,. • Sept. 25 Chelan* 530pr~ * mit, The touruament will begin #3 & 6, Weber #3, Eileen Hoene won by Ogden at 8-6. : Se~.27 EastV~tley Ilaa * witharoundofpoolplaytodeter- • mine seeding. All teams will then • Sept. 30 ~ia* 5:30pm~ • • OC't. 4 Casbs~* libra. • advance to the playoffs. ~ -- .... : fkt. 9 Om~k* 5:30p.~* • The four-man teams can have )~,,.,== ........ ~ ~~ I 6eneratAdmission:'Po !1 YOUth Martial Arts ~lrt~ • 0’t, 14 Clela# 5:30p.m, • no more than five players and IJtlA_rNJ~ YUU Ill / Students, Seni0rs&Military:s6~° / I AgesZ-13 • oct.,, C=ode ll.m. " QUINCY-GEORGEIfl I tSPt°on ~y~Q~u_Ln_c~ 11 must have a female on the court at Family Pass: ~18~ " " • , • s AthLe!!,c Club ..... v "" , Class Ins • Oct. 23 Ephrata 5:30p.m, • allumes, tlowe er, smauer, non n~.,-,c,,~r~r,o 111 • ' . I ,~,~mn,-u~w=; ~mmlUUtv~arunezt~own~ew m ] • OCt. 25 ~T.r~y ,0,m • ;t~h~; I I s v s p t 6 I I Registration: !!i~nS.:’nti;~;0 will a be Ilowed DUU~IE, IK;3 Repstratmn Fn, Sept 5 & Mon, Sept 8 co-ed teams " Is• a . d • " ' : "" • ' • :'" : Oc,,s • atur a e ember ; • T-shirts will be given out while For my p.m. _ . s0~., c,~,.,,=, ,,,~.. " : ," " - FF/~ SWINE~and !III NorthwestB I1CI~tY9~atU~?3~ep[ • minute ~egistration - ~ept. 9 from 5-5:30 p. ' • • supphes last, thanks to the spun t uma to Pass. .m. • HeadCoach-NilddChelin * sorship of Kooys Irrigation and ~f--f.~f-.,~-~L.. Ill I .... • • r "_ I [ Location: Quincy Athletic Club, I0 B Street S.E, UI4I ~{4, J urn, {,4J, tr~,c : ~=~:ka~eBdndl’~Kell~Wallaee • the Ken Schroederfamily.The yuut ~"Vm"' " ,,,~ ]tl I Hnrnp.t_’ Mira .qtnek ,g .gtraat .qtnek I I Course will be ongoing in B week blocks • ..... ..-. ....., ,,~ ....... ~._._. ,t . ..v ,.,toy -... v.,,.~,.. ~ ~,..=.,ui,,. ,,..-...,,.st • I Class Format: l hour classes with i ........... • * nrst anu secona-ptace teams m •rantcountyt'alr Ill I I [ ,...mn~ format; ~ t.mur cuasses..~, t~rrucrton m tneatsc~pune, .., • the competitive division will also .~t"~oqm~r~r j~. Ill I Sp0nt0red bF Nadh CeMral Iga~hinSf0n Fence, Ephrafa Pioneer I I etiquette and skilb of the manial arts. Panicipantswil( .... s ,,..,ux~,zv~,~t ~. III | , .... .......... I I leam all the kicks, punches & blocks of self defense and • receive tropme:, l~V| .llh" ill i IqUttler, u0gt lal$t/001~, te* ~chWall, Yapsi KaCtn~ ! I can work toward dchievine ~'tth,,tt, ~ ! Cross Country . • ,=.=, ,=. ,La,~.,La '~" ~ .... ~" AtMet/c ~-' • Sept. II ~(£WAC)4ps~ • " " KOb'ISTRA III~ ................ l[ I Contact' "~-Baumg~,~er(787-1336) ..,.,.~,, • Sept. 20 ~,esL~lnvi~ ll=m. * Call Gilbert Lopez at 787-2827 =,~vVXOlr~,,-x I{I ~ ' '" " ' ' - ' " • I ArmandoM~u'tinez(787-4707) ro~u~,~ , • Sept, 23 ~(CWAC) p.m. with any questions or for more • IV Quincy Athletic Club ~. • Sept, 27 W~lnvite 11 ~m. • information. • OCt, 4 ~f=,invite lla.m • 1~'1~~'~ " q l ~I~7~),,=/-~.I 10BStreetSE, Ouincy • 4 * -. t,,, "~ -~,1 I For more information: 509-754-WERP or www.ephralaracewaypatk.com / I ~ 787 1336 [1i • Oci. 7 Omak(C~'AC)p.m. • Golf News ~ ~ • -' ~ " e • Oct. I I C~de Inv~ II ~m. • • Quincy Ladles ~ _ ~ ~ __ : OCl. 18 CWAC(3m~p. II~tm. • " " " ~~ " • Oct.25 fhd~invi~ ll,m. . Bomta Vordahl, Marlene ~ ~ l~ Nov. l ~t Champ. TBA • * Stone, Gerrie Nohr and Mary Lou l~"~ • ~Coach-T0mTumer • Miller came away with,a four- ~'~r"l J ~_ I | ~ W'~ • way tie in last Thursdays game t 11["1 ~ / / [ ] | ll~'~ ti I ~ I1 • : : • of the day - Hidden Holes. ~,.- /. " -- "" "' ~ • ~..~lk.~.l,,Id.~JI ee (B01d)- Home games * • ~.~..~,:~r~ Low ~ross: Susan Atkins. Low ~ ~;,:~ • k"~l~t'~ . llh,. , l • (*)-LeagueGar~ • net: Ruth Sobotta. I~astputts: Times ~nd dates are subj~ to change•* Sobotta. KP(3rdshot#6):Sobotta (~,~'J K! II IP"I I WE MAKE THE WORLD'$ • * * * * * * * • * * * * • * * "