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Paan 6 JAnua 29_1998 Ouad City. Hsrnld QCH sports Local Varsity Sports -Schedule Thumday Boys Basketball: Brewster at Chelan (Community Gym), 7:30; Tonasket at B.M, 7:30. Friday Bids Basketbal: Pateros at Soap Lake, 7:30; B-M at Tonasket, 7:30; Chelan at Brewster, 7:30. Wrestling: Lake Roosevelt at Brewster, 7:00. Saturday Boys Basketball: B-M at Okanogan, 7:30; Manson at Pateros, 7:30. Girls Basketball: Manson at Pateros, 6:00. Wrestling: JV Qualifier at Brewster, 10:00. Tuesday Girls Basketball: B-M at Chelan, 7:30; Cashmere at Brewster, 7:30. Class IA I. Chelan (I0) 15- I 118 2. Life Christian 16-2 102 3. La Center (2) 12-3 84 4. Cle Elum 12-2 73 5. Cashmere 11-3 71 6. Toutle Lake 9-4 46 7. Highland 12-3 44 8, Brewster 12-3 42 9. Toledo 10-4 38 10. Tacoma Baptist 10-5 11 Others receiving votes: Raymond (11-3) 7, Colfax (8- 4) 6, Mabton (10-5) 6. Class B I, Curlew (7) 16-0 102 2, La Conner (2) 15.1 96 3. Pateros (2) 13-I 77 4. DeSales 11-2 63 5. (tie) Manson 11-2 60 5. (tie) North Beach 13-I 60 7. Seattle Lutheran 15-1 49 6. Trout Lake 13-1 31 9. Valley Christian 14-2 25 10. Waterville 11-3 18 Others receiving votes: Chief Leschi (10-3) 6, Taholah (10- 3) 6. Class 1A 1. Liberty Bell (8) 13-0 103 2. Lynden Christian 13-1 88 3. Dayton 12-1 86 4. King's (3) 12-3 70 5. Okanogan 13-1 69 6. White Swan 13-2 59 7. Cle Elum 13-2 53 8. Rainier 13-1 23 9, (tie) Raymond 11-3 19 9. (tie) Toledo 9-3 19 Others receiving votes: Kittitas (9-4) 14. Clan B 1. Ritzville (10) 16-0 100 2. Tekoa-Oakesdale 13-1 85 3. ClaUam Bay 17-0 76 4. DeSales 12-2 71 5. St. George's 13.3 46 6. Napavina 11-1 35 7. Selktrk 14-3 30 8. King's West 14-2 27 9. Wilbur-Creston 11-4 24 10. Waitsburg 10.3 19 Others receiving votes: Wellpinit (13-2) 17, Sunnyside Christian (10-3) 6. Week 11 of 14 Team W-L % WOI 129-71 64.5 Skunks Diddlers 128-72 64 Mt. Valley Mbl Home Park 128-72 64 Custom 115-85 57.5 Bear Cove Video ! 19-101 54.1 Candle's Dandies 108-92 54 Duck-R-B-Hit 101-99 50.5 Bull Shooters 95-105 47.5 RB Repair 94-106 47 Lucky Doubles 65-95 40.6 Eagles I 63-117 35 Legion Patriots 74-126 37 Eagles It 69-131 34.5 Top 10 Shooters Men W-L % Veto We=terdahi 37-3 92.5 Kad Bach 33-3 91.7 Gene Barrutia 25-7 78.1 Tracy Shrable 3 ! -9 77.5 Brad Sloan 30-10 75 Bill Harp 30-10 75 Rick Blackburn 29-11 72.5 Steve Hogan 20-8 71.4 Richard Carmack 28-12 70 Fred Wiltse 29-15 65.9 Women W.L % Dannie Rue Cannack 27-13 67.5 Rhonda Harp 26-14 65 Candra Blackburn 23-17 57.5 Judi Hogan 23-17 57.5 Sabrina Storm 22-18 55 Kim Eckenbarger 15-13 53.6 Bobby Johnson 21-19 52.5 NicoleShenyer 21-19 52.5 Doreen Bermtia 20-20 50 Andrea Haltennan 20-20 50 Biilygoats knocked out of top state ranking Pateros boys third in class B basketball The Pateros Billygoats let Liberty Bell control the tempo and suffered a 60-52 loss on January 20. This was the first loss of the season for Pateros and it knocked the Billygoats out of the top state ranking. They are currently ranked third in class B behind Cur- lew and La Conner. Liberty Bell took a slight 13-12 lead in the first quarter and held a seven-point lead going into half. The Mountain Lions played a patient offense and added to their lead inthe third before Pateros made its final run -- but it was too late. Clint Hull led the Billygoats with three treys, 17 points, eight rebounds, two assists, one steal and two blocks, Jason Crawley had 13 points, six rebounds, two assists and four blocks, Carlos Morales had 10 points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal, Jerad Evans put in one trey, seven points, three rebounds and one assist, Jorge Lopez had three points and one steal. Mark Siennas pitched in two points and two rebounds, Nathan Sandy had three rebounds and one assist, Chris Zahn pulled down two rebounds and Dustin Mauk had one steal. Liberty Bell's Travis Smith had 11 points and battled with Crawley in the paint but the outside shooting of Chad Prewitt kept the Mountain Lions in control. Prewitt finished with three treys and 18 points. "We were slow in identifying where Chad Prewitt was the whole game," said Mike Hull, Pateros boys basketball coach. "We have to take it to the basket against teams that play a tough man-to-man defense. We can't play passive and stay out on the perimeter." Pateros rebounded off its loss to gain a 68-47 victory over Thorp last Saturday night. The Billygoats jumped out to a 21-6 lead and held Thorp off in the final three quarters of play. "We played with pretty good intensity," said Hull. Hull hit four treys and led the Biilygoats wilh 21 points, six rebounds, six assists and one steal, Crawley had 20 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and five steals, Greg Molkjer had 10 points, three rebounds, one assist and two steals, Mark Stennes had nine points, four rebounds and one assist, Sandy pitched John F. Cleveland II photo Clint Hull makes his move against this Liberty Bell defender but the Psteros Billygosts suffered their first loss of the season last Tuesday. in four points, five rebounds, two assists and boundsand one steal, Maukadded twopoints, Carlos Morales dished out two assists. one steal, Zahn had two points, five re- Jorge Lopez pulled down one rebounds and Thorp's Zak Tonseth scored 27 points. Nannies lose in hard fought battle with Wilson Creek The Palates Nannies battled it out with second-place Wilson Creek but suffered a 49-46 loss last Friday night. "We trailed until the end of the third when we finally got the lead," said John Ellis, Pateros girls basketball coach. "'The lead changed six times after that and Wilson Creek ended up getting a three-point lead and had the ball with nine seconds left." "We put on a full-court press and pitched in nine points, six rebounds and ended up getting the ball under our two assists, BethTuinslrabadsixpoints, basket with two seconds left. We got two rebounds and seven assists, Andrea the ball to Beth (Tuinstra) and she got Johnsonhadfourpoints, eightrebounds off a three-pointer but it hit off the and two steals and Paris Lilly had one front of the rim/, ..  point, one rebound and two assists. Annie Neuneker ledthe Nannies with !: "I don't feel we were ready for the 16 points, nine rebounds, one assist and game," said Ellis. "We were overcon- two steals, Joey Bighouse had 10 points fident." and tworebounds, MelissaNieuwenhuis "We showed a lot of character bat- Lady Bears take Lake Roosevelt in late rally John F. Cleveland 11 photo Elizabeth Rioe served up the assists for the Brew=lter Lady Bears in s nine-point victory over Lake Roosevelt lest Friday. Bryan Boesel, Brewster girls basketball coach. "That was the first time I have seen our team make a run that quick. We were playing good defense and our shots were going down. We went from 10 down The Brewster Lady Bears made a late rally to overtake Lake Roosevelt and gain the 59-50 victory last Friday night. "At the end of the thirdwe were down 10 with three minutes to go," said tling from behind. Normally a close game is decided by free throws but this time it was definitely rebounding. We gave them too many second and third chances." Wilson Creak's Tracie Andrews led with 16 points. Pateros recovered from its loss and easily handled Thorp to gain the 53- 27 victory last Saturday night. "We took off rightoutofthe gate," said Ellis."We were more up for this game." Neuneker had 16 points, four rebounds, four assistsand eight steals to lead Pateros, Tuinstra had to one up to begin the fourth." Nancy Rios put together a tremendous offen- sive game and led the Lady Bears with 17 points, six rebounds, two steals and two assists, Lareasa Bowman worked her way in for 10 points, 10 rebounds and two assists, Genes Flynn netted three treys for nine points and three rebounds, Courtney Riggan put in eight points, four re- bounds and one steal, Debbie Knowlton had eight points and three rebounds, Brianna Brown pitched in four points, 11 rebounds, two steals and one assist and Elizabeth Rios added three points, three rebounds, two steals and seven assists. "I think the girls are finally realizing what "/ it takes to win,;' said think the Boesel. "The main girls are finally thing the girls are learning is to never realizinff what give up." "That was a huge it takes to win" win for us. Our des- tiny is in our own --ryan hands -- as long as eoesel, we keep winning we will make district." Brewster ffir/s Brewster had trouble hitting its shots basketball and suffered a 57-41 defeat to Tonasket on coach January 20. Tonasket was up 19- 14 after the first quarter and held a four-point lead at halftime. The Tigers outscored Brewster in the final two quarters to pull away for the win. "We played well at Tonasket but wej ust couldn't get a basket to fall to save our lives," said Boesel. "We played good enough to win." Nancy Rios led Brewster with 12 points, four rebounds, one steal and three assists, Brown netted seven points, nine rebounds, one steal and four assists, Bowman worked her way in for six points, five rebounds, one steal and one assist, Elizabeth Rios had four points, four rebounds and two assists, Knowlton added four points and two rebounds, Flynn hit one trey and finished with three points, five rebounds and one steal, Brandy Kennell had three po,lts, Riggan added two points and Kelsey Boy'pulled down two rebounds. Tonasket's Nikki Freeman led the way with 34 points. seven points, four rebounds and three assists, Sara Troutman netted seven points, two rebounds, one assist and one steal, Jenny Crooks had six points and two rebounds, Bighouse had six points, four rebounds and two steals, Melissa Nieuwenhuis had six points, two rebounds and one assist, Lilly netted two points, three rebounds, one assist and two steals, Johnson had two points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals and Erica Nieuwenhuis had one point, two rebounds and one steal. "I was worried how we would react after losing to Wilson Creek," said Ellis. "We bounced back well and got our minds back into play- ing hard. When we work hard we find a way to win and when we don't we struggle." The Nannies held Kasey Cameron, Thorp's leading scorer, to just four points. Mustangs fall victim to Liberty Bell The Bridgeport-Mansfield Mustangs started out the week with an 82-41 loss to Liberty Bell last Thursday night. Liberty Bell jumped out to a 17-7 lead in the first and put the game away with a 29-8 run in the final period. "We were close until the fourth and then Liberty Bell blew it open," said Brandon Evenson, Bridgeport- Mansfield boys basketball coach. "We ran out of steam in the fourth." Todd Perkins hit one trey and finished with 11 points to lead the Mustangs, Carlos Sanchez had one trey and 10 points, Lloyd Lamar netted one trey and seven points, Jeff Wood and Ben Lynn had four points each, Patrick Dundas canned three points and Jason Wood had two points. Liberty Bell's Travis Smith, 12, Chad Prewitt, 11, Joe Smith, I 1, and Jacob Burkhart, 10, all scored in double figures. Bridgeport-Mansfield got off to a slow start and suf- fered an 86-51 loss to Lake Roosevelt last Saturday night. Lake Roosevelt gained a "We were close until the fourth and then Liberty Bell blew it open" - Brandon Evenson, B-M boys basketball coach 23-12 lead in the first and put the game away with 21 points in both the third and fourth quarters. "We played more of a team game against Lake Roosevelt," said Evenson. "Jeff had a good game and Ben Lynn stepped into the starting roll and did a good job." Perkins had 18 points and two assists to lead Bridge- port-Mansfield, Jeff Wood had 10 points, six rebounds, two assists and two steals, Lynn netted 10 points and three assists, Lamer had nine points, Dundas worked his way in for five points and Russell Maw had one point. Lake Roosevelt's Steve Damold led the Raiders with 17 points. The B-M Mustangs were scheduled to play Waterville on January 20 but that game will be re-scheduled for February 10.