MENLO – Raymond won the Pacific League championship for the second straight season by defeating Willapa Valley on its home court 59-52 last Tuesday (Jan. 29) before a full house at Tenoski Gym. The Seagulls used good balance and depth to fight off early foul trouble. Carte Bisbee tallied 17 points, grabbed eight rebounds and made three steals, and Marvin So sank 11 for the Seagulls (16-4, 11-1). Bisbee banged in eight of Raymond’s last 10 points.
Born February 16, 1926, in Portland, Oregon, to Edward and Wylma (Wollesen) Dietzko, Aldine passed away January 25, 2013. She spent her last hours comforted by family and friends.
I am crying out to all you avid anti any gun safety/gun regulation folks – NOBODY IS TRYING TO TAKE AWAY YOUR HANDGUNS, SHOTGUNS OR HUNTING RIFLES.
Raymond crowned three champions and finished a strong second at the Class B Sub-Regional at Westport Saturday.
South Bend clinched undisputed possession of second place in the Pacific League and a first round bye at the District IV tournament by ripping apart Naselle 52-31 last Wednesday at Koplitz Field House. Katlyn Sawyer notched a double-double with 18 points and a dozen rebounds.
The Lady Indians 11-9 overall and 9-3 in the league open district play Saturday
By GEORGE KUNKE
SEAGULL GYM – Raymond “persevered” against Willapa Valley and finished the season with an unblemished record in the Pacific League. It was the 19th straight victory for the Lady Seagulls, who had already clinched the league championship January 26 on the road in Lacey. A determined Raymond team turned back Valley 53-45 last Wednesday at Seagull Gym. Raymond celebrated the title by cutting down the nets after the game. The Raymond boys were also crowned champions (Jan. 29 in Menlo), which marked the first time both teams won the title in the same year since 1992.
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