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PaBR .... Januar_v 15. 1981 IGR Bear Country i!i i  , i i I Bob Reichert Rebounding and hustling well; needs to continue to work on shooting skills and ballhandling. r J Cris Morris Freshman, dedicated worker; continues to im- prove; good ballhandler, needs to play taller. ShannonMorley Has improved his offen- sive skills; he is working hard to improve on defen- se. BrentJohnston Junior. Shooting skills improving, especially free throws. Needs more aggressiveness on boar- ds. Ouad-Clty Herald FRIDAY NITE MIXERS Four Aces 7 1 Pinsetters 6 2 Four Strikes 31/2 41/2 Tenpinners 3 5 Hi-Los 21/z 51/ Strike Backs 2 6 High Team Series Tenpinners 2178 High Team Game Tenpinners 761 High Mens Series Hans Moen 532 High Mens Game Hans Moen 223 Womens Series Shirley Kiedrowski 439 High Womeus Game Shirley Kiedrowski 186 Mens Team of Week Hans Moen 532 John Kiedrowski 511 Joe Dial 496 Bill Wilson 468 Womens Team of Week Shirley Kiedrowski 439 Fay Rails 430 Pat Gordon 428 Shirley Wilson 408 MONDAY ENGINEERS LEAGUE Bottoms Up 121/2 31/e Strike Outs 11 5 Dos & Don'ts 11 5 Misfits 10 6 For Funs 9 7 . Split City 81/2 71: The Gaffers 8 8 Crestview 7 9 Hayseeds 7 9 Maybes 6 10 Its 3 13 Short Circuit 3 13 Mens High Game Joe Dial 223 Womens High Game Helen Nelson 179 High Team Game Dos & Don'ts 018 High Team Series Dos & Don'ts 2410 Mens Team of Week Joe Dial 597 Lee DiaP' 585 Ralph Dobson 526 Ric Matth"isen 505 Womens Team of Week Helen Nelson 476 Judie Bluemer 472 Kathy Dial 457 Pam Matthiesen 448 Splits picked up - Joe Dial 3- 10, Joyce Bise 5-6, Jolene Tupling 5-10, Rose Tupling 2- 7, Judie Bluemer 2-3-9-7, Dave Angus 3-7-10, Ric Mat- thiesen 2-9, Rhett Wall 4-10, Don Hardly 3-7. WOMENS CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Quid-City Herald 7 1 Bensons 6 2 CDFCU 5 3 Ginny's 5 3 Bridgeport Lanes 5 3 Bridgeport IGA 4 4 Security Bank 3 5 Chief Joseph Tavern 3 5 Bayless Food City 1 7 Steak House 1 7 Team High Series Bensons 2,278 Team High Game Bensons 803 Ind. High Series Nancy Cornehl 538 Ind. High Game Nancy Cornehl 215 Brewster downs Waterville Bridgeport JV Watcrville had a chance t Driessen' interim Brewster We had a tendency t frce Neumann added 14" Guard be t M upset the Brewster apple coach said. Brewster's hoop- passesthat weren't there." Ron Knowlton pumped in 7 S S ans 0 n cart Friday as thetwo teams sters failed to connect fl'om Key baskets and a and Mike Symonds was good met in a non-conference the field for a dwindling 37 Brewster stint at the free for 6 points, replacing Tom Bridgeport junior varsity 1. Scoring stats for Brewster clash. The Shockers failed to percent but hit 5 of 7 free throw line stretched the win- Roys, who suffered an ankle boys split a pair of games were not available. convert a 19-all half time tie throws from the line for 71 ning margin to 10 points, injury early in the game. last week losing to Brewster Bridgeport fared better into a Bear defeat, losing to percent. "Our team defense rallied to Starter Kelly Brown 75-39 and downing Manson against Manson with a two Brewster 45-35. "Waterville played a very the ball," Driessen said. scored 2 points for Brewster. 39-37 in basketball action, point victory. Both teams got "We didn't shoot well from deliberate ball control John Simmons led scoring Brewster opened up off to a slow start in the first the outside and it affected game," said Driessen. for Brewster, contributing 16 Brewster 10 19 27 45 against the Mustangs quarter, tallying a 4-2 Man- our scoring," Gary "They played good defense, points. Fellow tall man John Waterville 11 19 23 35 posting a 7-20 first quarter son lead. margin and kept the Rick Wesselman led pressure on during the scoring with 12 points and 8 M t ng t l:)M game. rebounds. ScottCollamore U S a s rom a n s 0 n Henry Austin led Mustang sank 11 points and Keith scoring with 11 points and 10 Zweigle pumped in 8 for rebounds. Eric Clarkson hit Bridgeport's top scorers. Bridgeport claimed their four point first quarter seven free throws in the final Scoring for Bridgeport 9pointsand Rick Wesselman Bridgeport hit 35 percent first league victory of the deficit to post a three point quarter. He also pulled down were Brad Sloan with 6 sank 8 points for Bridgeport. from the field and 52 percent season with a sound defeat halftime lead. "All ten 0rebounds. points, Rod We sse!ma_n Bridgeport managed 57 from the free throw line. over Manson, 45-36. players that suited up for the Rocky Gere pumped in 10 added 2, Dave Ames sunk percent fl'om the foul line Scoring for the Mustangs "It was an excellent game contributed in some points and Chris Alexander one free throw and grabbed 6 but Brewster pulled ahead were Henry Austin 2, Travis defensive effort and four way," said Allen. added 8 for Bridgeport. rebounds, and Matt Clarkson averaging 05 percent. Pipkin 4, and Joe Chubbuck quarters of continuous "It's really the first whole hit for 2 points. Bridgeport scoring in- 2. play," said an elated Hank Wyborney led the game we put together," said Bridgeport 8 25 33 45 cluded Jeff Williams 2, Keith Brewster 20 33 55 75 Mustang coachBobAllen. Mustang scoring attack with Allen. Manson 12 22 27 36 Zweigle 1, Marty Hofer 1, Bridgeport 7 18 31 39 Bridgeport rallied from a 16 points, hitting five of Marty Palmanteer 2, Scott Bridgeport 2 10 26 39 Collamore 4, Joe Chubbuck Manson 4 12 21 37 F illie s bomb M ans o n g iris Pateros is Coulee Bridgeport staged a coor- defense along with a full and Kris Conklin {9) did a firepower in the fourth quar- dinated attack against Man- court zone press held Man- good job of keeping Manson ter. Rene Wells scored 4 art lin l'C t i'm son Friday evening boosting son to just 9 points in the first off balance," said Holt. points and Michelle Rock- e v their league record to 3 and 0 half while the Fillies pumped Jacque Mongeon and well scored 2. in girls league basketball, in 34 points. "We have been Susan Brincken each scored Pateros added their the stat book Friday as trimming the visitors 69-35. working hard on our defense 6 points coming off thebench Bridgeport 16 34 57 69 second North Central Coulee-Hartline overcame "We finally got all systems and passing for the last adding to the offensive Manson 2 9 23 35 Washington BLeaguelossto the Billygoats 66-42. into the go stage," saidFillie couple of weeks and it is Both teams posted a low coach Rick Holt. In previous starting to pay off," said B allop Pat scoring first half. Pateros outings Holt remained Holt. e a rs w e ro s trailed 30-11 at the halfway, unimpressed with last year's Melissa Wells and Cathy mark. "We came out flat," state qualifying team even Freeman provided a solid Brewster kept their per- "Kelly was good often- we're going to aim for a said Pateros coach Kelly with an impressive 0 game one-two scoring punch, get- feet league record intact sively," said Brewstercoach district spot." Keeler. "We lost our poise win streak, ting 18 and 16 points respec- when they polished off Gary Driessen, filling in for "The kids found out they and were unable to maintain A tenacious match up zone tively. "Beth Ohlhauser {9) Pateros 92-48 in NCW GeorgeNolan. could play basketball. That ourconsistancy." basketball actionSaturday. "We had a chance to run was the bright spot," he John Neumann grabbed and the kids shot well and said. Pateros finally opened up B re t e g iris game scoring honors for rebounded well," praised Cory Morrison aided the in the final quarter scoring W S r Brewster with a personal Driessen. Brewster netted 51 Pateros cause with 10 points 23 points, more than the best mark of 33 points. He percent from the field to and Tim Williams chipped in previous three quarter total. pulled down14 rebounds. Pateros' 33 percent and 0. John Taylor led reboun- b tP t With Neumann on the in- reeled off 63 percent at the bounding for the Billygoats Cory M0rrison led the at- e a a e ro s side, Brewster's guards fed free throwline, with8 grabs and scored 6 tack for the Billygoats with the ball to the big kid, who Troy Burnett led the points. 13 points. He made six of Using a team attack and the Pateros inside attack, dominated the boards. Billygoat attack with 12 eight shots in the final quit- well-balanced scoring, holding Nannygoat threat Scoring in double figures points, held below his Brewster 20 40 66 92 ter. Brewster picked up their Deanna Hull to just 4 first were John Simmons, who scoring average by the Bear Pateros 10 26 34 48 Darren McEuin skied for third league win in as many half points. She later went on tossed some key passes to defense. Brewster - Doug Ross 8, Ron 11 points and John Taylor hit outings by dumping Pateros to score a game high of 28 Neumann, sinking 14 points, "We played two and 9he- Knowlton 6, Jim Nolan 4, 8 points. Troy Burnett was 58-50 m North Central points, mostly in the final Mike Symonds started for half quarters of good basket- Shannon Morley 4, Curt Fox " held to6 and Steve Hook was Washington girls high school quarter. Tom Roys, out with an injury ball," said Pateros coach 2, Brent Johnston 1. good for 4. basketball action Saturday. "They were able to get m- after Brewster's encounter Kelly Keeler. "Our intensity Pateros - Darren McEuin 7, Brewster struggled to side on us and rebound," with Waterville and scored was up for Brewster. If we Larry Dicken 2, Steve Hook Pateros 6 11 19 42 overcome a first period said Pateros coach Sue 10 points as did Kelly Brown. can keep it up inother games 2, RogerGulledgel. C-H 11 30 42 6 deficit of 3 points before Gessel. "We made a run at dominating the game. "We them at the end and came ' dominated the game inside," within 4 points but our fouls Brewste00r Cubs singe Mansfield said Brewster coach Jack hurt us," she said. Pateros Roberts. His girls shut down lost three starters by the Brewster Junior High followed by Steve M0rtin Darel Thomsen 4, and John Kinzel, Larry Nordby with 2 fourth quarter, downed the Mansfield con- with 7, Dee Jay Hellie 6, Pease, Tom Bunten, Cory points each. "It was a good team ef- tingent last Thursday in both Bow l i n g fort," said Roberts. His games. The eighth grade team ground out 36 percent score was 51-27, while the MIDWEEK MIXERS from the field and cooked at seventh grade contest was a the foul line with63 percent, little closer with a score of Steve's Harem 6 2 Freshman Pare Tradup 47-30. The Jokers 5 3 continued to spark Brewster Mansfield's Daryl Go Homes 5 3 with 24 points and 14 reboun- Greninger had 11 points in Moonlighters 5 3 bounds. Tammy Fitzhugh hit the eighth grade outing, In-Laws 3 5 11 points and Jackie followed by Douglas Poole WhatFour 0 8 Kasparek sunk 10. Vikki with 6. Also scoring were Driessen added 9 for the Jon Preston S, RicBayless3, TEAM HIGH SERIES balanced attack, and Dirk Glessner 2. Steve's Harem 2181 "In all aspects we The seventh grade Sprouts Team High Game dominated as a team," played a hustling game and Steve's Harem 766 praised Roberts. came within 2 points many Martha Hofmann sunk 8 times before finally falling to .... ,::: Mens High Series points for Pateros and the much larger Brewster ...... Rollie Harmon 501 Colleen Meadows reeled off 6 team. Mens High Game points for the Nannygoats. Mansfield managed one LollieHarmon 200 "It was a good effort'from more field goal than their the new WomensHighSerles everyone," said Gessel, "it opponents but fell short at. Weight Pattie Carmack 490 was a good, competitive the free throw line where the Womens High Game game." Sprouts only managed 4 out Watchers PattieCarmack 173 Brewster 5 23 42 58 of 12 attempts to Brewster's Food Mens Team of Week Pateros 8 18 30 50 17 for 29. Plan! RollieHarmon 501 Doug Poole was high Lloyd Lamar 486 Susie Varrelman scored scorer for Mansfield with 11, Oscar Grable 459 Pateros' only point in junior Jim Washburn 432 varsity action against F:or more cheer, W0mens Team of Week Brcwster, losing 15-1 in two Raid the attic and Pattie Carmack 490 quarters. Lynn McWhorter 434 "We got lots of shots," said sei i it here ! NellLamar 418 Gessel, "they .just weren't Call 689-2507 Vicky Sterley 409 going in." RodCarmack Junior. Should be ready to play at mid trimester. Good shooting skills, must play with greater floorawareness. GeneMoran Manager, who works very hard. Team of Week Nancy Cornehl 538 Pat Kegley 519 Jean Janssen 504 Olive Schmidt 495 Marlene Walstad 481 Splits converted: Nancy Cornehl 3-10, Jean Janssen 3- 10, Sally Langley 5-7-9, Marlene Walstad 3-10, Bessie Daley 7-8, Mac Beard 5-10. -GregMcMillan Manager, who works veryhard. ATTENTION SHAREHOLDERS OF COULEE DAM FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 4th quarter year end statements for 1980 have been mailed as of January 15, 1981. If you did not receive a statement or have any questions on your account, please notify your supervisory committee direc- tly at Box 54, Coulee Dam, Wa. 99116. Supervisory Com mittee of Coulee Dam Federal Credit Union Chairman, Doris Skorheim Popcorn and peanut butter?Sweet potatoes bread? Even wine? Yes, Yes! On the new Weight Watchers food plan you are taught to eat them all-- within limits of course--and still lose weight. Join a Weight Watchers class near you and find out about Weight Watchers complete program for taking Off the pounds, deliciously! WEIGHT WATCHERS . 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