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High School boys demolished Sutter afternoon, but the gOl revenge by winning competition. iity outscored Sutter JV's were defeated also lost, 66-43. were unavailable by be competing in Invitational Satur- host the WSL chain- May 16. RESULTS - Ava Ramirez, 19.39, hnice Daniels, 11.86, first; Curcuru, 12.4, il~lay. Gridley, 56.7, sec- 68.8, fourth. Jackson, 2:52.8, Debbie Grisso, 3:02.6, 28.19, first; and fourth. Leslie Deniz, 152-0, Weaver, 116-5, Deniz, 45-10, first; second; and Betty n/a. Barb Aldrich, 4-6, tennis tourney for May 18 Red Suspenders Days will ,be held 18 at 10 a.m. on the courts. to one of the or- Lynn Eichelberger, the to anyone "who to participate." and a dollar entry fee required. There will be with placement de- tbility. for entries is May may be obtained at The 'idley or by calling 846- are on a first come, first be limited to 32 flowers By DR. DEAN V. RICHINS DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC ,C. ! "+i~ ;~: " : ....... i GHS SPIKERS --- Members of this year's Gridley High School boys track team are: (front, L-R) George Bernard, Dan Oidroyd, Eric Vaughn, Wes North, Tony Luiz, Paul Mendoza, Jonas Weil, Larry Barr, Jose Falcon, Leroy Richins (middle) Jerd Soares, Bob Harming, Lenny Morgan, Keith Bowers, Mark Soares, Bob Loughmiller, Rob Jensen, Dean Marler, Chris McLean, (back) Mike Engler, Robert Norman, Jesse Santana, Harold Petterson, Luis Rodriguez, Mark Wedin, Jeff Dowd, Ernie Haro, Javier Avalos, Randy Scott, Kris King and John Tade. Not pictured are: Dalton Bradford, Shon Tilby and Mark Lavy. Friday, May 2, 1980 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 5 Despite outstanding individual performances, the Manzanita Mustangs were bested by the Biggs Elementary School Wolverine track team in every division at last Friday's meet. In general, Manzanita track coaches Wands Burleson and Carolyn Nelson were very pleased with their team's efforts. Accord- ing to Burleson, "without.team depth in any one age group, it's very difficult to compete against larger schools." The track meet, hosted by Man- zanies, took place Friday after- noon at the Gridley High School Track. Scoring points in more than two events for the 4th-6th grade girls was Mustang tracksters Susans Flores. Flores won the discus, took second in the shot put, third in the 880 and ran a leg on the relay team. The Gridley Bulldogs lost their it was another tough loss for fourth one-run decision in league junior Mike Chandler, who has an play this year, falling to Willows earned run average of under 2.50, Tuesday afternoon at home, 2-1. but only has a 2-4 record. The loss dropped Gridley to 2-5 Chandler went the distance, in WSL play this year. striking out six and issuing just two walks. The problem was Willows Wheatland combined two of those hits and both walks into the winning two runs in the top of the t'hird. Gridley came back in the bottom of that inning, when Joe Pfister walked +and was moved to third on Number two seeded Mark another walk and a sacrifice by Nakata's three set win and a pair Keith Gravel. He then scored Grid- of clutch doubles victories paced ley's only ta!tey when Bill Brad- Gridley, but it was not enough as ford grounded out. the Bulldog heELers fell to Wheat- The Bulldogs had a golden op- land Tuesday, 6-3. portunity for a tie in the bottom of The loss wound up the dual the seventh when pitch hitter Don nmtch season for Gridley, with the Chandler laced a triple with no WSL championships the only sche- OUTS. duled competition left. The chain- But, following a strikeout, a pionships are in Colusa today. suicide squeeze failed when SINGLES Willows pitched out and caught Dean Norby (W) def. Jeff Souza Don Chandler frying to score. (G); 6-3, 6-1. Besides Don Chandier's triple, Mark Nakata (G)def. Norman other Bulldogs getting hits were Schrum (W); 2-6, 7-6, 6-3. Gravel, Jim Richins, Steve Hyde Fred Osmond (W) def. Kevin and Mark Allen. MANZANITA MILERS - Manzanita students, Chris Alexander (left) Tippets (G); 6-0, 6-0. and Mike Hall are shown here running the mile at Friday's track meet. Curtis Tobey (W) def. Myron Stenzel (G); 6-4, 7-6. For the boys in this age group, Harley North pulled in points in the long jump, 440, i00, and 220 yard dashes. For the 7th and 8th grade girls Lynda Nelson and Helena Marshall both picked up first and second places in their specialties. Mar- shall's points came in the shot put and discus while Nelson won the 220 yard dash, took second in the 100 and picked up another point in the long jump with a third place. Nelson also ran on the Mustangs 440 and mile relay teams. Dan Powers easily took top honors for the 7th and 8th grade competition by chalking up vic- tories in the long jump with a 16'5%," jump, and the high jump in the field events. Moving onto the track events Powers raced to a first place in the 100 yard dash tur- ning in a time of 1 i.5, and the 220 with a 25.8. He also anchored the Mustangs victorious 440 relay team. The next competition for the Mustangs will be May 7 when they will host the Manzanita Relays at University Stadium in Chico. "We had super cooperation from Chris Gulbrandsen and Don Mossbacher at the high school," said Nelson, one of Manzanita's track coaches. She went on to add, "having the track available made it possible for us to trove a very successful meet." Fish & Game CALENDAR Fri. Ms)2 - [WCB] Wildlife Conservation Board meeting in Sacrament o. Sun. May 4 - [DFG] Close spring turkey hunting season. Wed. May 14 - Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting in Portland. [Continues on May 15.] Men. May 19 - Citizen Nongame Advisory Committee meeting in San Francisco. Sat. May 24-[DFG] Open north- west trout and salmon fishing season. 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