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POST-REGISTER VALLEY" SV'ORq'S OCTOnEX 30, 2003 7 At., mee~ at the Dis- Championship was very lim- One runner sneaked into the but was unable to reach This year the team one of the 20 berths allowed ton Athletic Confer- There will also be four 3-MILES Champ 2003 Golf News Fleming 17:51 0rnelas 18:14 ' 18:17 ship meet in Cashmere at the Chelan County Fairgrounds. He took seventh in a time of 17 min- utes, two seconds. He will look for teammates Jesus Santiago (18th, 17:42), Jason Fleming (22nd, 17:51) and Billy Pritchett (24th, 17:59) to move up the lad- der. The meet will be at Walla Walla Point Park in Wenatchee, which features a three-mile, mostly fiat, grassy course. This been eliminated. Ottley said they will not be crossing the bridge at the North end of the course. In last week's race, Quincy had three others in the top-30, including Lui Lorca-Meron0 (27th, 18:05), Aaron Ornelas (29th, 18:14) and Michael Kooy (30th, 18:17). On the girls' side, Ramona Ramirez was 25th in 23:20, while Ali Swapp was 37th in 28:23 and Sara Pritchett was 38th in 28:30. 3-MILES 3-MILES Wenlnvite 2003 WenInvite 2002 Adam OtUey 17:59 Adam Ottley 19:10 Jason Fleming 18:36 Jason Fleming 20:03 Lui Lorca'Mer0no 18'43 Lui Lorca-Merono -- Aaron Ornelas 19:08 Aaron Ornelas19:36 19:50 nal, has added a new hat to his collection- that of presi- dent of the Ephrata Babe Ruth League. Smith, 43, and a resident of Quincy, volunteered to take over the position from longtime president Bill afi'agster,- The league offers base- ball and softball to boys and girls ages 5-15 in the Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth divi- 0 sions. Smith said the league will follow its usual sched- ule, with sign-ups expected in February for all players. The league, which cov- ers teams in Quincy, Ephrata, Odessa and Almira-Coulee- Hartline, is looking for vol- unteers to serve on its board of directors, and will be seek- ing people wishing to coach in the spring. For more in- formation, call Smith at 787- Head Coach - Bill "Alex" Alexander Assistants: W~ Pethen, Jeff C0rlett Kanuel Voarra, Arnold V0ana, John Heikkila " Volleyball " Nov. l Cashmere* libra. Nov. 4 Omak* 5:30 p.nt Head Coach - Nildd Chelin Cross Country Oct. 30 District Champ 3 p.m. Head Coach - Tom Turner As~sistant: Shaylee Esparza (Bold) - Home games (*) - League Games Times and dates are subject to change oooooooeooooo The wind-blown game of the day Tuesday at Quincy Golf Club was team low net with 11 golfers turning out. First place with 150 net was Don DeMuth and Paul Second with 1'52 was 0r~0n at Washington Arizona at Oregon State UCLA at Starff0rd Ohio State at Penn State Northwestern at Purdue Itlinois at Iowa Miami at Virginia Tech Georgia at Florida South Carolina at Mississippi Indianapolis at Miami New Orleans at Tampa Bay NY Giants at N Jets San Diego at Chicago Washingtan at Dallas Cincinnati at Anzona St. Louis at San Franci~o Pittsburgh at Seattle Ducks Beavs Bruins 'Eyes 'Makers 'Eyes .l/sxdrs-- Hokies Gators Ol'Miss Phins Bues Jets Chargers 'Boys Cardinals Rams Hawks Washington OregonSt UCLA OhioSt Purdue Iowa' l~as Miami Georgia Mississippi Indy Tampa NY Giants Chicago Dallas Cininnati St. Louis Seattle Washington Oregon St. UCLA Ohio St. Purdue Iowa l ~'xas Miami Georgia Mississippi Miami Tampa NY Giants Chicago Dallas Cincinnati Rams Seahawks ,on Monda leo K. i nomas /llll ~(t/ll l~l ULII~IIIv - /4iVII~UL/4[~iL, L ii ~, '( J % ~ ~