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B8 - MAY 16, 2012 Conway wins hurdles, all Wolves headed for District GOLDENDALE, WASH1NGTO]% Brady Conway broke the 16-second mark in the 110 meter hurdles for the third time this year, qualifying at the Naches Valley sub-dis- tricts in four events. Conway won both hurdle races and had top eight finishes in the long jump (a PR 19-4) and triple jump. Conway&apos;s 15.63 was well out in front of the field in the 110 hurdles. It was also close to the 15.60 of his chief competition in this week's Regional meet, Gage Leavitt, of Kiona-Benton. Friday's sub-district was a qualifier for the Regional meet with the top four com- petitors from the lane events and top eight from the field events and two distance races advancing to the Re- gionals at Benton City on May 17. Twenty-one Timber- wolves qualified in individ- ual events and another five qualified as members of Wanderscheid medals as girls defeat Rangers and Lightning Bree Wanderscheid added another medal to her collec- tion as she led the Goldendale girls to a win over Naches Val- ley and La Salle, last week. Wanderscheid shot a 75 to go with scores of 105 by Sawyer Ross, 113 by Natalie Hurst, and 114 by Hunter Cacy for a team score of 407. The Rangers were second with a 432 arid the Lightning were in at 436. The boys weren't able to keep pace with the Rangers who edged the Lightning 340 to 344, Goldendale came in at 365 with Andrew Wall shoot- ing an 80, Joel Gerchak with an 85, and Riley Ross and Justin Fields each shooting 100. The<team,was at Suncadia in Cle Elum for the District tournament. The top 15 boys and top eight girls advance to State at Dupont, May 22-23. relay teams. The top four boys and top three girls from the Regionals will go on to State, along with the top eight from field events, 1600 meter and 3200 meter races. Others who alif!ed in multiple single eents :Were Audrey Dressel (400 meters, javelin, pole vault),. Braydon Ross (discus, shot put, javelin), Briley Cameron (100 and 200 meters), Devon Casey (800 meters, triple jump), Will Bowdish (1600 and 3200 me- ters), Billie Jo Risheim (100 and 200 meters), Kylie Mont- gomery (shot put, discus), Sarah Lancaster (pole vault, triple jump), Kenner Milliren (high jump, pole vault), Isaac Messenger (triple jump, long jump), and Alexis Ladiges (shot put, javelin). Dressers 400 was a PR 64.54, shaving a full second off her previous best. Montgomery's 33-4.5 was a PR in the shot put, as was Messenger's event win- ning 43-2.5 triple jump. Bowdish set a PR in the 1600 (5:19.93) and Ross put up a new mark in the shot put (46- 1.5). Lancaster's 29-7 triple Post and guard bball clinics at Goldendale Two basketball clinics are scheduled for Goldendale youth currently in grades six through 11. The first clinic is a guard clinic that will run June 4-5. The second is a post clinic, June 11-12. The clinics will focus on thinking and playing skills, the kinds of details that may not be covered in practice, but are key to improving players. The clinic fee is $25 to attend one or $40 to attend both clinics. Whether or not a player sees themselves as a post player or a guard, they can gain insight from attending both clinics. Contact Lance DenBoer at the Goldendale High School or Lisa Thiele at the Goldendale Middle School to register. TRACK Page B1 Eagles had only one other win, Krista Clark with a PR 1:09.97 in the 400 meters, but had several other top three finishes to hold onto the team title. Caitlin Scott was second in the 800 and 1600 and Marie Weber had a PR for second place in the 3200. The kicker for TLG were wins in the three relays, beating out Bickleton in each event. Other winners were Kirstin Hylton, of Lyle- Wishram in the discus, Lara Parsons, of Klickitat in the javelin, and Jazmaine Wong, of Yakima Tribal in the shot put. Nearly all of the athletes will be back at it again in Wapato with the addition of schools from District 6 for the Regional titles. The top two from each lane event will advance to State plus any athletes who equal 'or beat the State standard for an event. jump was also a PR. Others who qualified are Joseph Gast in the dis- cus, Devin Bishoff in the pole vault, Zoey Jagelski in the 200 (new PR, 28.0 seconds), Ariella Daven- port in the 1600 (new PR, 6:48.15), Karri Furlong in the 100 meter hurdles, Sofia Casimiro in the dis- cus, Elizabeth Matula in the long jump and Carlee Wheelon in the triple jump. The boys' and girls' 4xlO0 and 4x400 relay teams also qualified. Go to www.goldendalesen- tinel.com/photos for pictures from the meet. Golf tournament benefits football and wrestling programs Registration is open for the third annual Goldendale Pigskin and Grappler Classic golf tournament. The tourna- ment, which serves as a fund raiser for the Gold- endale football team camp and Goldendale Wrestling Club, will be held June 2, at the Gold- endale Golf Course. Entry fee is $40 and play will be scramble style with five person teams. Individual en- tries are due up to the event by contacting Keith Johnson, GGC golf pro at 773-4705. Business- es or individuals who would like to sponsor holes should contact Don Strother at (509) 961-2441 by May 18. ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN ONTO DISTRICT: Keith Bighorn lost to Kosuke Mitarai, of Cle Elurrl- Roslyn a week ago, above. The Timberwolf senior avenged the loss in Sunnyside, Monday, during sub-districts. Bighorn advances to District with clutch win ANDREW CImlSTIANSEN REPORTER On May 9, Cle Elum's Ko- suke Mitarai pounded out an easy 6-0, 6-2 win over Golden- dale's Keith Bighorn. His quickness, accuracy and hard shots had Bighorn on his heels for most of the match. The two players met again on Monday in the sub-district semifinals and this time Bighorn sent Mitarai back to school with a 6-3, 7-5 loss. It was a great moment for Bighorn who had not played at the level that got him to State last year. He lost the next match to Troy Dunbar, of Zillah, but second seed from the west in this coming weekend's District tourna- ment is more than what looked possible a week ago for Bighorn. Goldendale's only other winners from the sub-district is the team of Dallas Smith and Madison Holbrook. The girls won their first two matches against Zillah pairs before falling in three sets to a Naches Valley pair, 4-6, 7-5, 6-0. They lost their next match in three sets, but de- feated Zillah's Dunbar and Ritchie to claim the alternate slot for Districts. Goldendale's boys and girls teams finished the sea- son 4-6 indual matches. They won two of their last three matches, last week. After de- feating Columbia-Burbank and Cle Elum-Roslyn by 3-2 scores for boys and girls, with all six doubles teams provid- ing the wins against Cle Elum-Roslyn. The final match were 4-1 losses to La Salle with Bighorn the only winner fOr the boys and the team of gxlsta Alien and Nel- lie Bildeback posting .the only win for the girls. I GAS Appliances Electrical Repair Call today. .... State Fire Marshal  Certification ........ # O01242-08 RVMobi,00I)o00to,. Service & Repair. I come to you! BRUCE HEIERSON [ll .... 541-993-5982 LICENSIO & ClrrlFilo l Dash is 3 years old. She needs to go to a home with no cats or small kids. She must have a secure fenced yard and someone that is home alot. She is very sweet but needs to adjust. She loves playing with the other dogs here at the shel- ter. She is also good on a leash. Dash's adoption fee is $200. She is spayed and current on her shots. Please call if you are inter- ested in meeting Dash. 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