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SIX--Vednesday, October 27, 1999--THE SENTINEL The S orts P e Red Devils stomp all over Brookings, def lting Bruins against the Red i)evirs defi:nsc, the Bruins punted the ball away. Pmkings made an intcrcception with a few seconds left in the hall but couldn't move the hall. In the second hall the l)cvils showed just what the 5 are capable of, coming out strong and keeping Flrookings on the defensive for the rest of the night. \\;t the start of the third quarter, the Bruins won the coin-toss and chose to receive. The l)cvils made an offside kick that was recovered b 5 Rasmond lcvis on the Bruins' 47 5ard line. l,atcr in the poscssion, Kste Thaxton had a good run that put the Red l)cvils back into scoring range. ('hris Gucrin then carried the ball into the cndzonc from the one 5ard line bringing the scorc to 12-7. ( "oquillc's dcfensivc linc went back to work and quickly forced Brooki.ngs to punt. After a rapid series of first-dovns, l)avid Blomquist made a stunning touch- dovn run, outrunning three de- fenders. Chris (;ucrin then thrc a pass for the tVO-lint conversion moving the l)cvils into a strong 20- 7 lead The Brookings received the 1)evils' kickoff, but thex vcrn't to kccp the ball for long ['ndcr hcavx assault from (kquillc, the Brutus fumbled and Coquillc's tric .Xlitchel made the rccovcrx. (?arrsing the poscssion from that fumble into the fourth quar- By ,ION MAIN Sports Writer (?oquillc's Red 1)evils stomped all over Brookings last 1;rida 5 night, defeating the Bruins on thcir own ficid. Although Frookings' players arc far larger than Ctxluillc's, our dcfcnsivc line con- sistently held the Bruins and our offensive line pushed thcm down the field The first hail was some- what back and forth but in thc sec- ond hall the l)cvils rcalls poured it on to beat the Bruins 32-7. In one of thc first plas's of the game, Jakc Thurman suffered a broken ankle during a pileup. Soon after, Chris ,\\;liller intercepted a pass thrown dovnficld and re- turned it to past midfieid Ksle Thaxton then made a touch down run putting the I)evils on thc board 6-0. Ryan Arellano recovcrcd a fumble during the Bruins' posession, hovcvcr the 1)evils were lorced to punt soon after. The Bruins then made a long touch- down run and the point after put- ting them just ahead of the Red Devils 6-7. Early in the second quarter, Chris Miller made vet another in- terception and another big run to put Cluille into scoring position. The Devils didn't quite make it into the endzone and the Bruins took posession on their own one yard line. Unable to make an 5 head,ray THOR. 28: Ham & Cheese, Frito Pie BREAKFAST: Biscuit Sandwi(h ' 1.29: Peanutbutter & Jelly Sandwich, Turkey Gravy w/whipped Potatoes ADDITIONS TO THE ABOVE MENU ARE: Chicken Nuggets, Cheeseburger, Hotdog w/relish, Vegetarian Entree, Salad Bar MON. 1: WORK DAY - NO SCHOOL K-12 TUE. 2: Mr. Spud w/toppings, Italian Spaghetti, w/meat sauce BREAKFAST: Waffles WED. 3: Cheeseburger, French Dip w/aujus HUR. 4" Chicken Nuggets, Not-so-sloppy Joe BREAKFAST: Breakfast Pizza ADDITIONS TO THE ABOVE MENU ARE: r Bean Burrito, Ham & Cheese Dei, Toasted Cheese, Vegetarian Salad Bar ETR tcx, the I)cvils made another touch- dovn, carried b 5 Kyle 'l'haxton - I)cvils 26, Bruins 7. (kuillc's de- fensive line continued to plague the l'huins. KsIt Thaxton sackcd the Bruins' quarterback giving them a loss of 8 yards and then Rsan Arcllano made an interception. t "luillc stormed down the field on runs b 5 Thaxton, Vic, and Mitchcl. ("hris (;uerin then carried yet an- other Iouchdoven run - i)evils 32, i'/ruins 7. Seeming to have lost thenr resolve, the Bruins lost their final posession on alter failing to convert a fourth down The Devils held on to the bali lot the last lisw seconds ol the game, winning b 5 Ihc final score ol 32-7. "The3 decided to wm at hail'- time," said t "oach ("rossles', "I told them the 5 had to decide whether the 5 wanted to win" After their performance Frida5', it's obvious what the I)cvils' decision was. Boys soccer continues its winning streak OFF TO RACES--Chris Miller (22) rambles for yardage after an interception against Red Devils scored their second victory of the season, 37-7. (Photo by Jon Main) Lady Devils remain 1st after 2 F (?oquilic continued their win- ning streak with their 7-1 victor5 ':" ......... over [mpqua Valle 5 (Thristian (1 "V("). The Red 1)evils dominated their opponent all aftemexn, liter- all 5 running circles around I'VC pla)ers. "\\;Vc started " " " oil last, said coach Curtis (?lement, "how the 3 did speaks lor xts.'e,.'" By hailtime, the l)cvils were up on I "V( ? 4-(). The first goal of the da 5 was sent in b 5 Brandon Walker with an assist from 1)avid (]ranger. .... i'he second goal was bumped in by one of ['V(% own pla)ers after being kicked b3 Brandon Walker - getting a lev smiles from the crovd Roles wcrc reversed on the next goal as l)avid Granger sent the ball into the net assisted b 5 Brandon Walker. l,ouie 1 havarria, a recent addition to the team, made an unassisted goal to- wards the end of the first hall. In the second hall, ( ?tuillc con- tinucd to dominate. I xading off the hall was Brandon \\;Vaikcr with an- other goal. This gave \\;Valkcr his second "hat trick" in a row (thrcc goals in one game), l.ouic lchavarria lollowed suit with his ovn goal soon after. Salvador Rcedsport, the l)eviis quickly Sanchcz, the team's goalic, got into the scoring action with a pcnalt 5 kick goal. I:V(? made their on13 goal of thc game near the end of play off of a penalt 3 kick. This was (kquillc's last home game with two games remaining. 3 RED DEVIL GIRLS continue their winning ways in volleyball. Above, Erin Daugherty (15) kill against Reedsport last week. (Photo by Jon Main) By JON MAIN Sports Writer The ladx Devils took out both the Rccdsport 13raves and the South l,'mpqua l,ancers in a series of two home matches last week ('oquillc remains first in thc league with a 1()-1 record. .\\;ftcr a slow start in the first game of Tucsdas"s match against moved out ahead of the t3raves to win 15-8. In the second game, the l,adics sccmcd to bc thrown off a bit b x the loss of Emily Grami, who had to sit out duc to illness - still, the5 barely lost 13-15. Re- grouping, the Red l)cvils movcd & INTE Youn" Auto Value Papts Stope in Coquille Fall For Damp Winter Weather Tune-ups Jll Let us Winterize your cars, Rrs ro0.... | for cold weather. I HEATER SERVICE and COMPLETE BRAKE REPAIR for Safe, Quick Stops! out to a comfortable lead and then put the Braves away in the third game 15-7. Despite being ill and sitting out for a large portion of the second game, Emils Grami still had im- pressive stats for the evening - 9 kills, 8 digs, 10 service points, and 4 aces. Erin Daugherty tallied 5 kills, 15 digs, and 8 seta'ice points. Machine Shop plus lots and lots of, Auto Parts Ou#ty  P.rts Complete Auto Repair Towing Service ['p front, Kelsey Gederos had 9 digs and 31 assists. Ashlee Wiese had a good night behind the line with 8 service points and 3 aces. Doing a very good job on defense, Trcndec King had 13 kills, often at critical points in the match. Thc pla 5 on both sides was in- tense. Reedsport gave quite an ef- lort, but thes-just weren't up to the challenge prcscnted bs' the Lady 1)evils. Thursday's match against the South l "mpqua lancers started nut slow like Tuesday's match, but that's where any similarity ended. The first five minutes of the first game showed fairly even pla) on lth sides. After that (?xtuille took charge and scored tx)int after ixint, nearly shutting the out I xmcers 15- 1. The second game was a bit tougher than thc first After a few ups and dovns lor the Devils, thes turned up the intensity a few notches and overpowered the l,ancers to wm the second game 15-9. Erin l)augherty totaled 5 kills, 10 digs, and 2 bhv,:ks during the two games, ttaving another night in the back, Ashlee 13 service points, 1 ace, Molly Williams did well in the back in addition to her and 4 service points. Gederos racked up 21 assists! 4 digs. Playing well Emily Gami had 8 kills and-" Coach Grami was the girls' performance She was especially happY "super job done by Kelsey Iplaying whilel being Girls soccer Coquille's girls took loss last Monday when they defeated 5-0 by BrookingS' Devils hung with whole game yet were This was their last home the season. On Thursday, the Devils South ['mpqua 6-0. C o'( ,Mark [ :sselman sai, the "best first-half of their ['sselman also Siblcs, a freshman, had game of the year. Though the ladi, a game, they have good show determination on The)-are earning ence that will come in ing the next two years. Additional s on Page Home of Bob's Supermodels And Mary's Stamp CollectableS BUY/SELL/TRADE ANYll-IING OF