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Brewster Bears easi,ly defeat B-M Boesel leads team with 19 points; Gebbers follows with 18 The Brewster Bears ran the court well and gained the easy 88-45 rout over Bridgeport-Mansfield last Sat- urday night. Brewsterjumped out to a 24-13 lead in the first quarter and took a 58-26 into halftime. B-M slowed the pace in the second half but the Bears were still able to increase their lead. "We controlled the boards and that got our running game going," said Tim Taylor, Brewster boys basket- ball coach. "We got a lot of lay-ups off our fastbreak." Brice Boesel had the hot hand for the Bears and he led the team with 19 points, six assists and three steals, Johnny Gebbers put in 18 points, Jason Knowlton bad 11 points, Cody Gunn netted 10points, Judd Shepard had seven points, Daniel Gebbers hit one trey and ended with six points, Mark Brown had six points, Dustin Boesel had four points and three steals, Jesse Gurney had two points and eight rebounds, Joe Dobson and Brant Cook both had two points and Clint Paslay added one point. "Briee was 8-11 from the field," said Taylor. "It was nice to see him get some buckets to go down after having a couple off games." Todd Perkins led the Mustangs with two treys, 16 points and four assists, Russell Maw had one trey and seven points, Jeff Wood had six points and four rebounds, Dustin Matthews had five points and three rebounds, Lloyd Lamar and Patrick Dundas both had four points, Carlos Sanchez had two points and Jason Burke had one point, two steals and three assists. "We controlled the boards and that got our running game going" - Tim Taylor, Brewster boys basketball coach John F. Cleveland II photo Brewsters' Daniel Gebbers puts up shot over this Bridgeport-Mansfield defender as the Bears coasted to an easy victory over the Mustangs last Saturday. Ouad City HArald January. 8:1898 Brewster.wrestlers compete m Oroville tourney The Brewster wrestling team competed in the North Okanogan Holiday Invitational Wrestling Tournament at Oroville on De- cember 29. Lupe Fernandez, 115,pound weight class, Sal Guerrero, 108, both won their divisions, Jaime Montiel, 108, Alex Garcia, 122, both took sec- ond, Emilio Guzman, 141, Ruben Aparicio, 115, Heath Brown, 158, Jake Trovillo, 168, Sergio Durante, 178, Butch Vela, 108, all finished fourth. Okanogan, Freeman, Oroville, Chewelah, Wilbur-Creston, Lake Roosevelt, Eastmont junior varsity, Kettle Falls, Republic and Brewster, were in the tournament. Cory Stotts, 137, was pinned by Brandon Hoyna, Lake Roosevelt, in the third round, and was pinned in the second round. EmilioGuzman, 143,pinnedTravis Duncan, Freeman, in the second, lost to Chris Heckel, Okanogan, 12- 7, won by forfeit and lost to Ty Sutton, Wilbur-Creston, 8-7. Lance Dial, 101, was pinned by Marc Hilderscheim, Freeman, in the third, lost to Jacob Erickson, Chewelah. Butch Vela pinned Chris Reed, Oroville, in the third, beat Foley, Lake Roosevelt, 12-6 and lost to Andy Woolsen 8-1. Jaime Montiel, 110, pinned Mike Foley in the second round, beat Andy Woolsey, Wilbur-Creston, 12-10, was P"" 9 pinned by Sal Guerrero in the third. Lupe Fernandez, 115, pinned Dylan Hernandez, Oroviller in the second, beat Adrian Nunez, Okanogan, 12-3, beat SantosReyes, Oroville, 10-2. Skyland Contreras, 150, waspinned by Shane Smith, Oroville, in the first, was pinned by Dale White, Kettle Falls, in the second and was pinned by John Rettkowski, Wilbur- Creston, in the second. Heath Brown, 160, beat Garret Kobes, Kettle Falls, 14-5, lost to Chris Eggelston, Chewelah, 14-0, was pinned by Steve Hass, Eastmont, in the second round. Jake Trovillo, 170, was pinned by Nick Davis, Oroville, in the third, was pinned by Zeb Horten, Lake Roosevelt, in the first, and lost to J. Swaltzell. Sergio Durantes, 180, was pinned by Cody Owen, Freeman, in the first, was pinned by Jim Accord, Chewelah, in the third, and was pinned by Wick, Eastmont, in the second. RubenAparicio, 117, pinned Sam Webel, Chewelah, in the second, lost to Santos Reyes, Oroville, 12- 9, was pinned by Dylan Henderson, Oroville, in the third, was pinned in his final match. Sal Guerrero, 108, was pinned by Butch Vela, and by Jamie Montiel. AlexGarcia, 124,beatJaeobBrazel, Oroville, 16-11, was pinned by Eric Timentwa, Okanogan, in the third. Local Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday Wrestling: Brewster at Oroville, 7:00. Girls Basketball: Liberty Bell at Brewster, 7:30. Friday Boys Basketball: Brewster at Liberty Bell,7:30; Moses Lake Christian at Pateros, 7:30. Girls Basketball: Moses Lake Christian at Pateros, 6:00. Saturday Girls Basketball: Chelan at B-M, 7:30: Brewster at Cashmere, 7:30. Boys Basketball: Pateros at Day Star Christian, 3:30. Wrestling: Liberty Bell at Brewster, 7:00. Tuesday Boys Basketball: Cashmere at B-M, 7:30: Oroville at Brewster, 7:30. Wrestling: Brewster at Republic, 6:00. Brewster Bears win Lakewood Tournament The Brewster Bears gained two outstanding offensive performances from tournament Most Valuable Player Johnny Gabbers and won the championship in the Lakewood Bas- ketball Tournament December 29-30. Brewster started out the tourna- ment with an easy 83-52 victory over the Eatonville Cruisers on De- cember 29. "They Were a big physical team," said Tim Taylor, Brewster boys bas- ketball coach. "We just outran them m we played a lot faster pace than they wanted to play. We forced them into a lot of turnovers" we scored 23 points off turnovers." Johnny Gebbers hit one trey and finished with 25 points, six assists and three steals, Cody Gunn nailed two treys and finished with 18 points, Jesse Gurney had eight points and six rebounds, Mark Brown put in eight points and nine rebounds, Brice Boesel netted seven points, Daniel Gebbers had one trey and four points, Jason Knowlton added four points, Dustin Boesel put in three points and Clint Paslay, Judd Shepard and Brant Cook all had two points. Brewster was the only IA team at the holiday tournament -- all the other teams were 2A. The Bears continued their suc- cessful run with a 62-50 victory over the host Lakewood Cougars on De- cember 30. 'Whey were a short scrappy team," said Taylor. "They played hard but we were in control the whole game." "Johnny really played well. He was 13-20 from the field m they couldn't stop him." Johnny Gebbers led the team with one trey, 31 points and four steals, Daniel Gabbers and Brice Boesel both had one trey and seven points, Brown had five points, 14 rebounds and three assists,CodyGunn and Knowlton both had four points, Joe Dobson and Dustin Boesel both added two points. The Brewster Bears battled it out with Chelan but the Goats pulled away in the final quarter to gain a 79-60 victory last Friday night. Chelan was never able to put Brewster away until the Goats put together a 16-4 run in the fourth. The Bears kept coming back and had the lead cut to four points late in the third quarter. "We battled back in the first three quarters," said Taylor. "We could never get over that five-point hump and then we went ice cold in the fourth. Chelan shot over 60 percent from the field and almost doubled us in rebounds." Johnny Gebbers had three treys, 24 points and two assists, Gunn net- ted two treys and 10 points, Daniel Gabbers had seven points and three steals, Brice Boesel pitched'in seven points, four rebounds and two as- sists, Brown had six points, Dustin Boesel canned four points and Knowlton .had two points. Chelan's PhilCullen had 25 points and 12 rebounds. The Goats scored 16 points on putbacks and outrebounded Brewster 42-24. Fillies watch early lead disappear to Tonasket The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies used their full-court press to jump out to a 12-2 advantage but Tonasket rallied to gain the 62-53 victory on December 30. Tonasket picked up a combined 33 points from Codi Freeman and Nikki Freeman to gain the come- from-behind win. B-M made a strong run in the fourth quarter to cut it to four points behind two three-point baskets by Bethany Lynn but Tonasket held onto their lead. Lynn led the Fillies with two treys, 15 points and six rebounds, Stefanie Gavin had 12 points and three re- bounds, Hannah Jorgenson put in nine points and five rebounds, An- drea Henton netted eight points and eight rebounds,Tiffany Darby pitched in six points and nine rebounds and Heather Foged had theq points. "We made a 12-2 rtin in the first quarter but they outscored us 26-16 in the second to tie the game at the half," said Mel Wells Bridgeport- Mansfield girls basketball coach. "They outscored us 18-13 in the third and 16-12 in the fourth." "Once again we got behind theeight ball and had to foul to get back in the game. We had a three minute lapse in the second quarter but we took care of business the rest of the game." Nancy Rloe put together stellar performance for Brewster end led the Lady Bears to the win over the Bridgeport.Mansfield Fillies. Better free00throw shooting gains Brewster Lady Bears win over Fillies Nancy Rios has an exceptional performance against the Fillies "It came down to free throws," said Bryan Boesel, Brewster girls basketball coach. "We had been shooting a low percentage but we came through with a 71-percent performance from the foul line." The Brewster Lady Bears con- verted on 30 of their free-throw attempts to gain the 63-53 victory over the Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies last Saturday night. Brewster was 30-42 from the foul line and Bridgeport-Mansfield was only 21-45. The Lady Bears were able to break B,M's pressure defense and hampered the Fillies with pressure of their own. Brewster outscored Bridgeport- Mansfield in every quarterbutthe third and the Lady Bears received an excep- tional performance from Nancy Rios down the stretch to gain the victory. Nancy was 17-22 on her foul shots-- 11 of those came in the fourth quarter. "Nancy really stepped it up," said Boesel."S he handled the ball well and only committed six turn- overs m that is not many when a team full-court presses the entire game. You can't ask for abetter performance. She played very well and hopefully she can keep that up for the rest of the season." Nancy Rios led the Lady Bears with 21 points, four rebounds, two steals and seven assists, Brianna Brown had 11 points, eight re- bounds and two steals, Lareasa Bowman worked her way inside for 10 points, 14 rebounds, three steals and two assists, Dabble Knowlton had seven points, three steals and three assists, Courtney Riggan had seven points, five re. bounds and four steals, Genea b'lynn hit one trey and finished with five points and Ashleigh Shaw had two points and six rebounds., Andrea Henton led Fillies with 17 points and 14 rebounds, Ste- fanie Gavin had 11 points, six steals and two rebounds, Megan,Malone had eight points and 11 rebounds, Tiffany Derby put in six points and six rebounds, Hannah Jorgenson had six points and Bethany Lynn pitched in five points and seven rebounds. 1 \