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S orts Pa THE SENTINEL--Wednesday, March 3, 1999--SEVEN a Cole finishes first at State ey; Morrison also places "iter both seniors placing at 3A State Tournament live qualifiers winning at match, it was an excel- to the last season of for Coquille High g team. by Bubba Cole's repeat at 275 pounds and finish by fellow se- 215, the Red up a total of 11 their three days at seum. to have every kid )fwhat like," CHS head coach reUer said. "My two se- for me and the other good exposure to real happy with how went. to the champi- rotmd with three impres- two on Thursday, a third meeting this sea- Glide's Clint Hatfield. had their first two s time Cole came top with a 4-0 decision 'thi " " rdtwo_time state cham- advanced to the title With a 12-0 decision over Alaniz of Ontario, a sec- Conrad second-round pin of Josh Vanderhoof of Sutherlin in Friday's semifinals. Morrison was pinned by Lin- coln Fredrickson of Sherwood in the consolation semifinals on Sat- urday, then came back to decision Delbert Darrow of McLoughlin 8-5 to place fifth that afternoon. He was one of four Red Devils to win their opening-round matches. Jeff did really well," said Breuer, whose team finished in 11 th place with 46.5 points (Sweet Home captured the title with 144.5) "That first round we advanced four out of five, so we had four in the quarterfinals. We only pulled one through, but two (of those matches we lost in the first round and the quarterfinals) could have gone either way." Junior Chris Morrison (145) lost to Jeremiah Baker of Pleasant Hill 6-4 in overtime in the first round and freshman David Granger (119) fell to Tillamook's Trevor Hill 7-6 in the quarterfinals. Morrison came back to win his first consolation bout before be- ing eliminated in the second round, while Granger pinned Mazama's Todd Connell at one minute of "their first-round match and lost again in the second round of con- solation .Sophomore Joe Cranston (171 ) won his opening-round match on Thursday 8-2 over Brad Potter of Sherwood, before losing in the quartcrlinals and the second round of consolation. CHS State Wrestling Results Thursday-Saturday at Portland Coliseum First round 112 - David Granger (C) pinned Todd Connell, Mazama, 1:00. 145 - Jeremiah Baker, Pleasant Hill, dec. Chris Morrison, 6-4 in OT. 171 - Joe Cranston (C) dec. Brad Potter, Sherwood, 8-2. 215 - Jeff Morrison (C) pinned Mike Snook, McLoughlin, 3:39. 275 - Bubba Cole (C) dec. Rocky Alaniz, Ontario, 12-0. Championship Quarterfinals 112 - Trevor Hill, Tillamook, dec. Granger, 7-6. 171 - Jeremy Solomon, Junction City, dec. Cranston, 124. 215 - Noah Hopper, Yamhill-Carlton, dec. J. Morrison by tech. fall. 275 - Cole pinned Conrad Anderson, Seaside, 3:13. First Round Consolation 145 - C. Morrison pinne' Daniel Tim mas. Rainier. 4:37. Champkmship Semifinals 275 - Cole pinned Josh Vandcrhool, Sutherlin, 2nd period. Second round consolation 112 - Casey Anthony, Vale, dec. Granger, 11-4.145- Nathaniel Hordichok, Banks, dec. Morrison, 4-2. 171 - Josh Hayes, Brookings-Harbor, dec. Cranston, 12-5.215 - J. Morrison dec. Peter James, Douglas, 4-2. Consolation Quarterfinals 215 - J. Morrison dec. Mike Mizell, Seaside, 1-0. Championship Finals 275 - Cole dec. Clint Hatfield. Glide, 4-0. Consolation Semifinals 215- Lincoln Fredrickson, Sherwood, pinned J. Morrison, 2nd period. Fifth-place match 215- J. Morrison dec. Delber t Darrow, McLoughlin, 8-5. girls finish in league f'mal game of the season One to remember for High School's junior girls basketball team, but 8-6 Far West League and an 11-11 overall mark all and fresh- to look forward to t two seasons." got solid contributions ost of its players last Tues- home as the Red Devils the week with a 44-31 Over Brookings-Harbor. (3rarni led the way with 11 steals, while Zana added 10 points and rebounds" chipped in eight three steals and three as- Jones hit a pair of and netted six and added eight re- assists, lvils weren't as fortu- as they fell on the Myrtle Point 56-39. was the team's SCorer with eight, Jones Melissa Woodruff and Kayla Schrader l l and nine rebounds, , and Swindall dished DORALS s195 OLD GOLD PACK " ' 7CARTON $10 '~=----- *1 99 ll PACK "WE NEVER CLOSE" Grocery and Food To Go CAMELS & HAMM'S - Open 24 Hours - WINSTONS $2 60 ACK BEER . Coquille, Oregon ,.__ CA245 .,u99 PPS (541) 396-4811 '22 oo 19 G MEANS Q,=..,.. 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Reeves third at State Hoop Shoot By BARRY MILLER Slorts writer The ability to make free throws is sonaething that seems to come naturally lo Lee Reeves. Reeves, a seventh-grader at Coquille Valley Middle School, recently proved his prowess from the foul line by placing third in the boys 12-13 age division at the State Hoop Shoot. "l was happy with third, but 1 would have liked to l'inish first," said Reeves, who will be in the same age division next year, "I don't know why I'm so good be- cause I don't practice my free throws that often." Reeves made 23-of-25 from the charity stripe two weekends ago in the slate competition at McNary High School in Keizer, however, two of the six other dis- trict champions matched that feat to forge a three-way tie for first. In the shoot-of, Reeves missed his first of five attempts before sinking the next four. The other two made all five of their shots, leaving him in third place. "I wasn't really nervous at the end," he said about the shoot-off. "I figured the worse I could do was third." Reeves, who captured the dis- trict title Jan. 30 in Grants Pass after winning the Coquille Valley title earlier, was making his second appearance at the State Hoop Shoot. He placed fifth four years ago in the 8-9 age division in his first year of competition and has high hopes for the future. "I have dreams to go all the way next year," he said. "I want to go to college to play basketball, and "i'fizaybe grab some scholarships." Seems like a reasonable goal, especially if Reeves can find a way to improve his percentage during games. During the recently corn- FOUL-LINE PHENOM - Lee Reeves shows off the trophy he won for placing third in the 12-13 age division at the State Hoop Shoot. (Photo by Barry Miller) pleted seventh-grade varsity sea- son, the forward/center for the Wildcats made 14-of-24 attempts. The Hoop Shoots are spon- sored by various Elks Lodges. Travel and other expenses to dis- trict and state competitions are paid by the Elks. State champions advance to the Pacific Northwest Regionals, with the regional winner qualify- ing for nationals. GIRLS... |llll and led by 16 at halflime (32-16) after a three-pointer from NBA range by Gederos at the buzzer. She finished with a game-high 22 points, live rebounds and three steals CHS put the game out of reach with a 16-9 edge in the third pe- riod and allowed McPheeters to give all his players a chance to get into the contest. "Kelsey had a huge game and was very.offensive minded," MCPheeters said. "She went out very business like and the others did enough that we got a big lead." Plew, who grabbed double fig- ures in rebounds in 12 of 14 league Continued from Page 6 I II i games, added 10 points and eight boards. Nickerson scored nine to go with six rebounds and fellow senior Chrissy Jones capped her home high school career with seven points. "K ristin, at 5-foot-8, had a very consistent, solid year," he said about one of his returning posts. "And Emily played real solid for the minutes she got against Myrtle Point." Completing the scoring for the Devils was Daugherty with tour, Arzie and Grami with two each and Michelle Zcarfoss with one. Jill Chambers led the Bruins, who finished tied with CHS for fifth place at 5-9, with 12. care how your on.are trted." locally owned funeral and cemetery serving the sotlth coast. Cremation - Markers i'3158 Locally Owned & Operated by Laura Jo Laird-Hofsess to come to your home or meet at our office GROVE SERVICE Rink Cr. Rd., Coquille HEATING PRODUCTS WITH KEEP-FULL SERVICE Foe Defive To: Loggers Farmers Ranchers We can also take care of your OIL & GREASE NEEDS Model 24 Hour Access to: 442 CARD LOCK GAS Shown and on and off road Diesel , . ,, ,, , .