Saturday December 20

Posted on December 17th in Community Calendar

Burns Butte Sportsmen’s Club invites the public to a Christmas fun and games trap shoot at the trap range on Radar Hill Saturday, Dec. 20. Practice starts at 9:30 a.m., with games to follow. The shoot will also feature some “stocking birds” for special prizes. All levels of shooters are welcome, and lunch will be available.

Sunday December 21

Posted on December 17th in Community Calendar

The community is invited to attend a Christmas service at Harney County Church of the Nazarene. The service will be held at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 21, with special guest, Kyle Ruggles, performing on flute. For more information, call 541-573-7100.

Overeaters Anonymous meets each Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Harney District Hospital Annex (downstairs in cafeteria area).Enter through the cafeteria door on North Grand. For more information, call Susie at 541-589-1522.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Sunday at 7 p.m. at Foursquare Church for 12×12 study.

Monday December 22

Posted on December 17th in Community Calendar

A Grief Support Group is held the second and fourth Monday of each month by Harney County Hospice and Rev. Jean Hurst during the day as well as the evening. For more information, call Harney County Hospice, 541-573-8360.

The Harney County Health Department is available at the Harney County Senior Center, 17 S. Alder, to check blood pressure the fourth Monday of each month from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. There is no charge for the clinic and results can be forwarded to a physician or nurse practitioner at your request.

Harney County Search and Rescue meets the fourth Monday of each month at the Search and Rescue Building at 7 p.m.

A Walking Class is held each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from  10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. indoors at the Harney County Senior and Community Services Center.

Burns Fire Dept. meets each Monday at the Burns Fire Hall at 7 p.m.

The Hines Volunteer Fire Department meets at the Hines Fire Hall each Monday at 7 p.m. (except the last Monday of the month). Prospective members may contact Fire Chief Bob Spence at 541-573-7477 or 541-573-2251.

Narcotics Anonymous meets each Monday at 10 a.m. in the community room at Saginaw Village, 605 N. Saginaw. For more information call 541-589-4405.

Tuesday December 23

Posted on December 17th in Community Calendar

A breast cancer support group meets the fourth Tuesday of each month in the Harney District Hospital conference room from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, contact Kristen Gregg at 541-573-8614.

A Walking Class is held each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from  10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. indoors at the Harney County Senior and Community Services Center.

Tai Chi for Better Balance with Diane Rapaport is held each Tuesday and Thursday at Harney County Senior and Community Services Center from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. — free.

Boy Scouts meet each Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the LDS Church in Hines. All boys age 11 and above are welcome to participate.

Alcoholics Anonymous holds an open meeting each Tuesday at Foursquare Church, 74 S. Alvord in Burns at 7 p.m.

Classified Ads

Posted on December 17th in Classified Ads







YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to appear and defend the complaint filed against you in the above-entitled cause within thirty (30) days from the date of service of this summons upon you, and in case of your failure to do so, for want thereof, Plaintiffs will apply to the court for relief demanded in the complaint.


You may be liable for attorney fees in this case.  A judgment for attorney fees can be entered against you should Plaintiffs in this case prevail.

You must “appear” in this case or the other side will win automatically.  To “appear” you must first file with the court a legal paper called a “motion” or “answer.”  The “motion” or “answer” must be given to the court clerk or administrator within 30 days along with the required filing fee.  It must be in proper form and have proof of service on the Plaintiff’s attorney or, if the Plaintiffs do not have an attorney, proof of service upon the Plaintiffs.  If you have any questions, you should see an attorney immediately.  If you need help in finding an attorney, you may call the Oregon State Bar’s Lawyer Referral Service at (503) 684-3763 or toll-free in Oregon at (800) 452-7636.

The plaintiffs in this Complaint are requesting that the plaintiffs be adjudged the sole fee simple owners of the following described real property:

T 27 S., R 31 E.,W.M. TL 600



SECTION 5: LOT 1 & 2.

Plaintiffs request that the court adjudge that the plaintiffs be the sole owners and be entitled to sole possession of this real property, free of any claim, estate, title or interest of the defendant or any of them, or those claiming under defendants, or any of them, and quieting title in the property in the Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs also requests that the court award plaintiff their costs and disbursements incurred herein.

The date this summons was first published was November 26, 2014.

Dated: November 24, 2014

Martin E. Thompson, OSB# 090289
53 W. Washington St.
Burns, OR 97720
Telephone: (541) 573-5299

Publish: November 26 and December 3, 10 and 17, 2014.




On January 7, 2014, at the hour of 2:00 p.m. at the Harney County Courthouse, 450 N. Buena Vista Ave., Burns Oregon 97720, the defendant’s interest will be sold, subject to redemption, in the real property commonly known as: 767 South Liberty Avenue, Burns, OR 97720.  The court case number is 1406229CV, where BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, its successors in interest and/or assigns, is/are plaintiff(s), and DAVID S. VAN HISE; CHASE BANK USA, N.A. AND OCCUPANTS OF THE PREMISES, is/are defendant(s). The sale is a public auction to the highest bidder for cash or cashier’s check, in hand, made out to Harney County Sheriff’s Office.

Before bidding at the sale, a prospective bidder should independently investigate:
(a) The priority of the lien or interest of the judgment creditor;
(b) Land use laws and regulations applicable to the property;
(c) Approved uses for the property;
(d) Limits on farming or forest practices on the property;
(e) Rights of neighboring property owners; and
(f) Environmental laws and regulations that affect the property.

For more information on this sale go to:

Publish: December 10, 17, 24 and 31, 2014.




Harney County will be pleased to accept sealed bids for the following: one (1) new 2015 1-ton, four door crew cab pickup and one (1) new 18 ft., fully enclosed cargo trailer. Please call 541-573-6356 for a list of required specifications. The list may also be obtained at the Harney County Courthouse, Judge Steve Grasty’s Office, 450 North Buena Vista, Burns, Oregon. Bids will be accepted at the office of Judge Steven E. Grasty in the Courthouse until 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 23, 2014. Bids will be awarded on a best-buy basis as determined by the Court. Harney County has a preference for local service capability and reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Publish: December 10 and 17, 2014.




Harney County is pleased to announce that it will be accepting submittals for use of the Harney County Beautification Fund. This fund is designed to provide no interest loans for businesses to improve the exterior appearance of their building and/or property. The fund is a result of a grant received by Harney County over 20 years ago. If you are interested please submit a letter of request, including an explanation of what the funds will be used for, to: Judge Steve Grasty, 450 N. Buena Vista, Burns, Oregon. Submittals will be accepted in Judge Grasty’s office until 5:00 p.m. on December 24, 2014.

Publish: December 17, 2014.



Thunderriders would like to thank: Buermann’s Ranch Meats, NAPA, Reflections, The Hilander, Burns Trading Post, Central Pastime, Linda’s Thai Room, Kid’s Club, Thriftway, KORC 92.7, Tote the Note, Les Schwab, Burns Times-Herald and Burns Elks Lodge for the use of their building with a big thanks to all who attended. Happy Holidays!

— Thunderriders



We carry Whirlpool Appliances, including freezers.
We also sell water heaters.

Burns Electric
70 S. Fairview

BE 1/10/07 TFN


24 HOUR CRISIS LINE: 541-573-7176. HHOPE offers free, confidential services for victims of physical, sexual and verbal abuse. Qualified staff, volunteers provide shelter, transportation and referrals with support and care.

HH 7/19/12 TFN



NEED FIRE STARTER? Stop by the Burns Times-Herald office (355 N. Broadway) on Tuesdays and pick up bundles of paper before they go to recycling.




Elk & deer antlers wanted. Any amounts. All grades. Call for pricing. 541-602-2589.

JB 12/17-1/7 4t


Small diesel pickup. Prefer Toyota, Chevy Luv or Isuzu Pup. All conditions considered, running or not, have cash and will pay a fair price. 503-805-2684.

HK 11/26-12/17 4t



Crane Union High School is looking for a Volunteer Assistant Coaching position. It will be filled immediately, and applications can be picked up in the district office. Interested persons may also call the school at 541-493-2641.

CS 12/3-12/17 3t


Crane is taking applications for a middle school girls basketball coach. Applications are available in the district office and practices will begin January 5. 541-493-2641.

CS 12/3-12/17 3t



Firewood for sale. Call 541-573-5030.

BR 1/8 TFN



Feeder Alfalfa hay for sale. Hay tested. $190- $200 FOB. Call 541-589-5805.

VR 12/10-12/31 4t



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• Upgrades, Installations
• Personalized/Group Tutoring
• Senior Citizen Discount

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JZ 1/12 TFN



Pioneer Feed — We have the tree you need! Nobles: $30, Douglas Fir: $25 & Nordmans: $25.

PF 12/17 1t



RETIRED NAVY MAN LOOKING to rent 2-3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a garage and fenced yard. Would prefer property with small acreage for livestock. Looking for long-term lease. Call 307-271-1763.

ER 12/17-1/7 4t


Office space for rent $250/ month each unit, plus utilities. 15 & 29 East Washington Street. Call 541-573-6021 for an appointment.

DJ 11/19 TFN


1 bedroom apartments available. Close to shopping and library. Clean and affordable. Call Brian Johnson at 541-493-2522 for more information.

MB 9/25 TFN


2 bed, 1 bath, newer efficient home $425m + dep. fairly small but nice inside, vaulted ceiling, big windows. Electric heat. Background check req. Hines RV park 573-3220 or office at space #1. Available 4/20.

KM 4/16 TFN



Property at West Buchanan Street for sale, AS-IS, $16,000. If interested, please call the Senior Center at 541-573-6024.

AL 11/26-12/17 4t

Holiday Happenings

Posted on December 10th in News

Your guide to Harney County’s fun festivities

by Steve Howe
Burns Times-Herald

Make your list and check it twice, because there’s plenty going on this holiday season in Harney County that you won’t want to miss! Check out these festive events, get your Christmas shopping done at local merchants and bazaars, and take the time to make a charitable donation in the spirit of the season.


The Annual Downtown Christmas Jamboree & Parade will take place Saturday, Dec. 13, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Burns. The schedule of activities includes:

8 a.m. to 10 a.m. – Breakfast with Santa at the Burns Elks Lodge.

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• Games at Martial Arts America

• Crafting at Country Lane Quilts

• Face painting by Burns Christian Church at The Children’s Barn

• Cookie decorating at Sweet & Unique

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. –

• Nativity set displays at Burns Garage by community members

• Specialty vendors at Harney County Community Center

• Gingerbread House judging at the Harney County Community Center

• Coloring contest and cider at Broadway Deli

12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

• Pictures with Santa at Ruthie’s In His Image Photography

• Marshmallow Shooters at Arrowhead Plaza

2 p.m. – Canned food movie at Desert Historic Theatre. Miracle on 34th Street will be shown, and admission is canned food donations.

4 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Ugly Sweater Social at The Book Parlor

5 p.m. – Broadway Lighted Christmas Parade, sponsored by Umpqua Bank. (First place wins $75, second place wins $25.)

5:30 p.m. – Bonfire with Santa at the Christmas tree across from Safeway. Hot dogs and hot chocolate will be provided by Burns Foursquare Church.

For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 541-573-2636, or visit the website at


Burns Butte Sportsmen’s Club Christmas Fun & Games Shoot will be held Saturday, Dec. 20, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the trap range on Radar Hill. Lunch is available and all levels of shooters are welcome.

Music and Services

The Harney County Church of the Nazarene presents Carols by Candlelight at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, at 311 Roe Davis Ave. in Hines. Featured soloists this year are Bettina Bowman, Ann Franulovich, Barb Rothgeb and Michelle Yunker. Megan Kartchner will be featured with her grand concert harp. A men’s quartet, made up of Brian Bowman, Evan Franulovich, Don Greenfield and Ken Peckham, will also be performing. Admission is free, and a reception will follow. For more information, call 541-573-7100.


The community is invited to attend two Christmas services at Harney County Church of the Nazarene. The services will be held Sunday, Dec. 21 at 10:45 a.m., and Christmas Eve, Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 6 p.m. The special guest will be Kyle Ruggles, who will be performing on flute at both services. For more information, please call 541-573-7100.


The Round Barn Visitor Center Open House will be held Sunday, Dec. 14, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 51955 Lava Bed Road, in Diamond. There will be a book signing with Debbie Raney and Kate Marsh.


Last Chance Christmas Bazaar will take place Saturday, Dec. 20, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hines City Hall. Local handcrafters, food vendors, and artists will be present. Vendors: there is no charge for a table, and some spaces are still available. For more information, or to sign up as a vendor, contact Hines City Hall at 541-573-2251.


Oard’s Gallery & Museum will host Oard’s Annual Christmas Open House on Saturday, Dec. 20, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 42456 Highway 20 East, Burns. New jewelry is available.


Need a tree? The Crane Union High School (CUHS) senior class is selling Christmas trees as a fundraiser. Please call CUHS at 541-493-2641 ext. 1 to order your tree – $40 for tree farm trees, and $30 for forest trees. There is a $5 delivery charge.

Season for Giving

Toys for Tots is collecting new toys for children in need. Toys can be placed in drop boxes located at Burns High School, Slater Elementary, King’s Variety store, Big R, Rite Aid, Erickson’s Thriftway, or the Harney County Chamber of Commerce. $10 donations are also appreciated, and can be delivered to Burns High School. The deadline is Dec. 11. For more information, contact Kathy Wassom at 541-573-2044.


Harney County Dollars for Scholars has a donor that will match all contributions up to $20,000 until Dec. 15. Any amount is accepted and appreciated. Send contributions to P.O. Box 243, Hines, 97738.


First Lutheran Church will hold a Winter Coat Giveaway, Friday, Dec. 12 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 14, from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., at 349 S. Egan Ave. in Burns. If you or someone you know needs a warm coat, gloves, or hat, all you have to do is show up. Donations of new or “gently-used” items can also be dropped off at this time. Residents of Harney County are asked to clean out their closets and put those unused items to good use.

Court discusses sage grouse

by Steve Howe
Burns Times-Herald

David Ward was appointed the new Harney County sheriff on Friday, Dec. 5. He will serve out the remainder of Sheriff Dave Glerup’s term until the next general election in November 2016.

A special session of the county court was held Tuesday, Dec. 2, with the purpose of discussing the appointment.

Sheriff Dave Glerup requested that a decision be made as soon as possible so he could introduce the new sheriff at the upcoming Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association’s annual conference, scheduled for Dec. 7-10.

Judge Steve Grasty suggested the formation of an appointment committee to review applications, interview applicants, and make a recommendation to the court. It was decided the committee would include two representatives of law enforcement, one county court member, one representative from rural Harney County, one business owner, one representative from tribal law enforcement, and a representative from the Harney County district attorney’s office. Grasty agreed to contact possible committee representatives immediately after the meeting.

At the regular meeting of the court Wednesday, Dec. 3, it was announced that the committee would include Jan Oswald, Commissioner Pete Runnels, Carol Dunten, Deputy District Attorney Joey Lucas, the Burns Paiute Tribe’s Chief of Police Carmen Smith, Hines Chief of Police Ryan DeLange, Oregon State Police Officer Brian Williams, and Shane Otley, with alternates if needed.

The appointment committee met with four applicants Friday, Dec. 5 at 8 a.m. The court then convened at 1:30 p.m. They received the committee’s recommendation, interviewed the applicants, and voted to appoint Ward as the new Harney County sheriff, effective Jan. 2.


The court had a lengthy discussion regarding land use regulation and sage grouse. It was a work session only, and no decisions were made.

Grasty said that conservation groups are concerned with development in the region and its effects on sage grouse and their habitat, and want to place limits on it.

Grasty said he and Harney County Planning Director Brandon McMullen had put together a list of potential types of development and mapped out where in the county they would be most likely to occur, in order to respond to these groups.

Commissioner Dan Nichols expressed concern about “building a wall” around these development options.

Grasty said discussions will continue and no commitments will be made yet.


Mike Simpson with the Training & Employment Consortium (TEC) was present at the meeting to discuss the need for funding assistance for the Oregon Youth Conservation Corps. He said the loss of funding from the Harney County Commission on Children & Families has impacted OYCC’s programs, and that it is in need of additional funds to continue the OYCC Community Stewardship Corps, a program that works with at-risk youth through the alternative school. Simpson requested $12,500 for program funding through the calendar year 2015.

Nichols noted that this was the first request received for money from fund No. 236, and he made a motion to grant TEC the full amount requested. The motion carried unanimously. Nichols added that he would provide the court with procedures on how to address future requests from this fund.


County Clerk Derrin “Dag” Robinson provided an update on the Measure 92 (GMO-labeling) recount, which took place Dec. 2. The result added two “yes” votes. One was an error in duplication during the pre-inspection process, and the other was an indeterminate reading from the tally machine.


In other business, the court:

• Reviewed vouchers and approved them by signatures;

• was asked by Barbara Cannady whether there would be a resolution for the acceptance of the Harney County road map inventory? Grasty explained that the map has been recognized and is on file, and there will be no resolution;

• reviewed and discussed the Harney County Health Department civil rights self-assessment;

• reviewed water use requests.

The next meeting of the county court will be held Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. in Judge Grasty’s office at the courthouse.

The Chamber Music Society of Harney County hosted a Christmas concert Sunday, Dec. 7 at the Harney County Church of the Nazarene. The concert featured performances by the bell choir (directed by Carol Sawyer), choir (directed by Marianne Andrews and accompanied by Christy Sanders), and orchestra (directed by Ken Peckham). Additionally, concert harpist Megan Kartchner performed ‘What Child Is This,’ and orchestra director Ken Peckham led the audience in a Christmas sing-a-long. (Photos by SAMANTHA WHITE)

‘Meet and greet’ with past, present owners on Dec. 13

by Samantha White
Burns Times-Herald

Ramona Bishop and her daughter, Tracee (McGee) Aarestad, opened the Book Parlor in 1994. (Submitted photo )

Ramona Bishop and her daughter, Tracee (McGee) Aarestad, opened the Book Parlor in 1994. (Submitted photo )

The Book Parlor, located at 433 N. Broadway Ave. in Burns, will celebrate its 20th anniversary Saturday, Dec. 13.

In addition to a storewide sale, the celebration will feature prize drawings and an opportunity to mingle with the parlor’s past and present owners, who will be available for a “meet and greet” from 4 to 6 p.m.

Chapter 1: Inspired by an old building

About 20 years ago, Ramona Bishop and her daughter, Tracee (McGee) Aarestad, were eating Chinese food at the Hilander Restaurant in Burns when they fell in love with the “very interesting, but elderly” building next door.

They decided that the building — which featured brick walls, a skylight, and original wood floors — would be an ideal location for a family business. And being a couple of bookworms, it didn’t take long for them to determine what type of business it should be.

Unfortunately, the building required quite a bit of renovation, so they were forced to expel a healthy helping of elbow grease before they could begin stocking the shelves. Fortunately, however, they had what it took to tackle the task, and the Book Parlor opened for business in 1994.

Bishop said the store became “a great social gathering place.”

The Book Parlor was home to a book club, which met monthly to discuss literature. Others used the store to share stories regarding their recent travel adventures.

“It was really fun,” Bishop said about owning the business. She added that she and Aarestad consider owning the Book Parlor to be one of the best experiences of their lives.

 Although it’s location and ownership have changed over the years, the book store continues to serve as a social hub for bookworms throughout Harney County. (Submitted photo)

Although it’s location and ownership have changed over the years, the book store continues to serve as a social hub for bookworms throughout Harney County. (Submitted photo)

Chapter 2: Changing hands, location

After about 10 years, the mother-daughter-duo decided to transfer ownership to Janice Morefield, who moved the business to its current location.

During her tenure, Morefield cultivated the relaxed, comfortable atmosphere that helped inspire the store’s current owners to purchase the business.

Chapter 3: Robbins’ take the reins

Owners of Robbins Farm Equipment in Burns and Christmas Valley, Kris and Maranda Robbins decided to branch out into the bookstore business by purchasing the Book Parlor on Jan. 25, 2010.

Maranda, who manages the counter, said her favorite thing about owning the Book Parlor is “seeing friendly faces everyday.”

“If I didn’t have the customers that I have, it wouldn’t be as much fun,” she said, adding that owning the store has enabled her to forge new friendships.

The store’s family-friendly environment also provides a place for the Robbins’ children Alivia, 13, Trenton, 10, and Addison, 7, to come after school. (The couple’s fourth child is due in January.)

Alivia shares her mother’s love for reading and is especially excited when a new order of books arrives at the store.

Chapter 4: Engaging young readers

In addition to featuring a children’s section, the Book Parlor works closely with local schools to promote literacy and get books into the hands of children.

Last year, the Book Parlor also collaborated with Harney District Hospital to jump-start Reach Out and Read®, a literacy program in which doctors “prescribe” reading to young children and their parents.

The Book Parlor has also hosted S.A. Bodeen, a young adult and children’s author, who read her books aloud to Slater Elementary School students.

Maranda and daughter, Addison, pose in pointy hats during the Book Parlor’s annual ‘Witches Night Out.’ (Submitted photo )

Maranda and daughter, Addison, pose in pointy hats during the Book Parlor’s annual ‘Witches Night Out.’ (Submitted photo )

Chapter 5: ‘A place to visit, browse, and buy’

In addition to author readings, the Book Parlor has hosted an array of community events, including book signings, musical performances, and holiday parties.

Witches Night Out has become an annual favorite, with “witches” of all ages dressing up in silly socks and pointy hats to celebrate Halloween.

The store also hosts an Ugly Sweater Social, in which participants don their tackiest Christmas attire in an effort to earn a prize. (This year, the Ugly Sweater Social will coincide with the anniversary celebration, taking place Dec. 13 from 4-6 p.m.)

The store is also home to a knitting group, which meets every Tuesday to swap stories, unwind and work on projects.

Other customers flock to the shop to catch up over a cup of coffee, while browsing the store’s collection of books, gifts, home and garden decor, Life is good® clothing, Leanin’ Tree® greeting cards, journals, book lights, and “shabby chic” furniture.

Recently featured as a favorite neighborhood bookstore in AAA’s Via travel magazine, the Book Parlor was described as “a place to visit, browse, and buy.”

As it approaches its second decade in business, the Book Parlor continues to serve as a social hub, while providing access to books for readers of all ages.

by Randy Parks
Burns Times-Herald

The Hilanders’ Evan Gunderson takes his Baker opponent airborne. (Photos by RANDY PARKS)

The Hilanders’ Evan Gunderson takes his Baker opponent airborne. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

The Burns wrestling team hosted the Woodfin-Robinson Memorial Wrestling Duals on Friday, Dec. 5, with Crane, Vale, Lakeview and Baker taking part in the event.

The Hilanders finished with a 2-2 record, while a short-handed Crane team lost all four of their duals.

Vale won the tournament with a 4-0 record.

Results of the Burns and Crane duals are as follows:

Lakeview 42 Burns 36

106 — Kyran Simpson won by forfeit

113 — Double forfeit

120 — Dallon Higgins won by fall (2:52)

126 — James Obradovich won by forfeit

132 — Evan Gunderson lost by fall (2:23)

138 — Ian Maupin lost by fall (:52)

145 — Zane Bailey won by fall (2:54)

152 — Jack Van Tassel won by fall (5:05)

160 — Forfeit

170 — Forfeit

182 — Garrett Blackburn won by fall (1:08)

195 — Jonathan Schmeck lost by fall (:45)

220 — Dillin Holtby lost by fall (4:59)

285 — Forfeit

Austin Roath of Crane puts his opponent on his back. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

Austin Roath of Crane puts his opponent on his back. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

Vale 57 Crane 6

106 — Double forfeit

113 — Double forfeit

120 — Forfeit

126 — Double forfeit

132 — Forfeit

138 — Forfeit

145 — Corey Jenkins won by fall (:44)

152 — Austin Roath lost by decision, 10-9

160 — Warren Johnson lost by fall (3:42)

170 — Jack Bentz lost by fall (3:45)

182 — Sam Williams lost by fall (:42)

195 — Forfeit

220 — Forfeit

285 — Forfeit

Vale 52 Burns 24

106 — Simpson won by forfeit

113 — Higgins won by forfeit

120 — Double forfeit

126 — Obradovich lost by fall (1:32)

Zane Bailey of Burns scores two points with a takedown.

Zane Bailey of Burns scores two points with a takedown. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

132 — Gunderson lost by fall (4:26)

138 — Maupin lost by fall (:38)

145 — Bailey won by fall (3:28)

152 — Van Tassel lost by major decision, 19-8

160 — Forfeit

170 — Forfeit

182 — Blackburn won by fall (3:03)

195 — Schmeck lost by fall (1:14)

220 — Holtby lost by fall (1:20)

285 — Forfeit

Baker 42 Crane 18

106 — Forfeit

113 — Double forfeit

120 — Forfeit

126 — Forfeit

132 — Forfeit

138 — Forfeit

145 — Jenkins won by decision, 6-3

152 — Double forfeit

160 — Johnson won by decision, 9-5

The Mustangs’ Jack Bentz gets the pin. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

The Mustangs’ Jack Bentz gets the pin. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

170 — Bentz won by fall (1:11)

182 — Williams won by fall (:38)

195 — Forfeit

220 — Double forfeit

285 — Forfeit

Burns 41 Baker 36

106 — Simpson won by technical fall, 16-0

113 — Higgins lost by fall (2:20)

120 — Forfeit

126 — Obradovich lost by fall (2:27)

132 — Gunderson won by fall (3:31)

138 — Maupin lost by fall (:32)

145 — Bailey won by fall (1:21)

152 — Double forfeit

160 — Van Tassel won by fall (4:57)

170 — Forfeit

182 — Blackburn won by forfeit

195 — Schmeck won by fall (:27)

220 — Holtby won by fall (:51)

285 — Forfeit

Dallon Higgins works to turn his opponent. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

Dallon Higgins works to turn his opponent. (Photo by RANDY PARKS)

Lakeview 42 Crane 24

106 — Double forfeit

113 — Double forfeit

120 — Forfeit

126 — Double forfeit

132 — Forfeit

138 — Forfeit

145 — Jenkins won by fall (1:17)

152 — Roath won by fall (:58)

160 — Johnson lost by fall (1:19)

170 — Bentz won by fall (4:27)

182 — Williams won by fall (5:06)

195 — Forfeit

220 — Forfeit

285 — Forfeit

Burns 48 Crane 12

106 — Simpson (B) won by forfeit

113 — Higgins (B) won by forfeit

120 — Double forfeit

126 — Obradovich (B) won by forfeit

132 — Gunderson (B) won by forfeit

138 — Maupin (B) won by forfeit

145 — Jenkins (C) won by fall over Bailey (B) (:14)

152 — Roath (C) won by fall over Van Tassel (B) (4:48)

160 — Double forfeit

170 — Double forfeit

182 — Blackburn (B) won by fall over Williams (C) (1:51)

195 — Schmeck won by forfeit

220 — Holtby won by forfeit

285 — Double forfeit

In the other duals, Lakeview beat Baker 48-36 and Vale defeated Baker 54-27 and knocked off Lakeview 58-4.


On Saturday, Dec. 6, Burns and Crane competed in the Central Oregon Wrestling Officials Tournament at Mountain View High School in Bend.

Burns placed seventh in the 13-team tournament with 101 points, and Crane finished 12th with 18.5 points.

Blackburn was the Hilanders’ lone champion, placing first at 182 by pinning all three of his opponents.

Simpson (106) and Gunderson (132) both finished second; Higgins (113) and Van Tassel (152) placed fourth; Maupin (138) finished sixth; Obradovich (126) seventh; and Bailey (145) eighth. Schmeck (195) and Holtby (220) did not place.

For the Mustangs, Jenkins (145) placed fourth; and Williams (182) finished seventh. Johnson wrestled in the JV tournament and was 1-1.

Culver won the tournament with 189.5 points, Mountain View was second with 166.5, followed by Redmond 162, Crook County 144, Bend 139, Summit 105, Burns 101, Madras 90, La Pine 78, Ridgeview 74, Sisters 32, Crane 18.5, Gilchrist 0.

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