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Liberty Bell too much for Pateros JV 4, Jacob Bucholz scores 18 points; 19 points against Thorp The Pateros junior varsity boys basket- ball team lost to Liberty Bell 61-43 on January 20. Jacob Bucholz hit one trey and finished with 18 points, Nathan Carlson had one trey and 10 points, Kevin Stennes added nine points and Jorge Lopez and Brian Crooks both had four points. The Pateros JV boys beat Wilson Creek 102-25 last Friday night. Bucholz had 22 points, Jorge Lopez hit one trey and finished with 17 points, Kevin Stennes had 15 points, Carlson had 12 points, Crooks put in 11 points, Mark Stennes had nine points and Jerry Lopez had eight points. Pateros beat Thorp 71-36 last Saturday night. Bucholz had 19 points, Carlson hit two treys and ended with 18 points, Kevin Stennes had 14 points, Crooks had 12 points, Jerry Lopez had four points and Armando Mendoza had three points. Bears, Goats game moved The Brewster Bears boys basketball team is scheduled to challenge the Chelan Goats this Thursday a Chelan High School, but a scheduling conflict with wrestling has forced the match-up into the community gym. All basketball games will be played in the community gym with the c-squad start- ing at 4:30 and the junior varsity and var- sity following. Ouad Ci.ly Herald Jnury. 29 la Bears retain second place in league Papa 7 Johnny Gebbers scores 23 points; Brice Boesel follows with 19 points The Brewster Bears finished off a very productive week and swept past Lake Roosevelt and Tonasket to remain in second place in the Caribou Trail League standings. " Brewster started off the week with a 77-61 victory over Lake Roosevelt last Thursday night. "We were only up four at the half but in the second half our press was effective and caused a lot of turn- overs," said Tim Taylor, Brewster boys basketball coach. "Those turnovers turned into some easy baskets." Johnny Gebbers had another strong all- around game and led the Bears with three treys, 23 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and three steals, Brice Boesel came through with three treys and 19 points, Mark Brown had 14 points and 10 re- bounds, CodyGunn put in eight points, Dustin Boesel hit one trey and "We started out good and kind of tapered off" - Tim Taylor, Brewster boys basketball coach finished with eight points and Daniel Gebbers had one trey, five points and three steals. The Bears was in control from the start and gained an easy 77-54 victory over Tonasket last Saturday night. Brewster jumped out to a 23-15 lead in the first and went into halftime up by 22 points. The Bears held off Tonasket in the second half to gain the win. "We started out good and kind of tapered off," said Taylor. "It was the opposite of when we played Lake Roosevelt." Brice Boesel got off to a fantastic start and hit four treys and finished with 24 points and three steals, Brown had 18 points, Johnny Gebbers added a triple double with one trey, 17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and three steals, Gunn had one trey and eight points, Daniel Gabbers, Jason Knowlton, Jesse Gurney, Judd Shepard and Dylan Gamble all added two points. "We were passing the ball well-- especially Johnny," said Taylor. Cody Gunn puts up a three-pointer as the Brewster Bears gained an easy victory over Tonasket last Saturday. Steve Hook looking forward to new racing year with improved Hydro boat E-49 Riptide hydroplane belongs to Steve Hook, former Pateros High School graduate. straightaway time but I couldn't figure out the comers..." - Steve Hook Steve Hook, a Pateros High School graduate, had been interested in hydroplane racing since growing up watching the hydroplane races during the Apple Pie Jamboree. Hook's family got involved in these races and he started helping out with the Apple Pie Jamboree races and the Pateros Hydro Classic about four years ago. Hook took his interest a step further this last year after buying the E-49 Riptide "1 probably from a hydroplane racer in November of 1996. had the fastest. Stevestartedcompeting m races last year and was successful enough to win the 1997 RookieoftheYear award in the five-liter class in the National Power Boat Association, Region 10 and the Seattle Inboard Rac- ing Association. "I felt pretty good and learned a lot," said Steve Hook. "My boat was pretty competitive. I probably had the fastest straightaway time but I couldn't figure out the corners- but I have that down now. My mom and dad are really getting into it and it will be more of a family affair this year." To race in these different associations you must pass an FAA physical and complete a rookie orientation -- Steve Hook did both before being allowed to compete in 1997. Hook got off to a fantastic start in the 1997. season and finished third overall in the five-liter division at Entiat on May 10-11. He continued his success with a third at Lake Sammamish, The rookie orientation consists of completing four heats from the back row and being checked out by three fellow racers and completing four heats in the ouide lane and being checked out by two APBA referees. fourth at Moses Lake, third at Silverdale, see.end and fourth at the Pateros Hydro Classic, third at Lake Lawrence and sixth at Lake Chelan. In Hook's third-place finish at Lake Lawrence he set a rookie record for a three-lap average in the Seattle "Inboard Racing Association. He averaged 89.89 mph and his top straight- away speed was 121.36 mph. "When I first started out I was just trying not to kill myself or anybody else," said Hook. "This year I am ready to get in there and swap some paint." Currently the E-49 Riptide is going through some major changes. The hydroplane will have a fully-enclosed cockpit with an air system and there will be a Chevy 305 engine which will add about 35 horsepower. Steve Hook has recruited some local people to be his crew for the E-49 Riptide. The crew chief is Marty Porter and the crew is his dad Tom Hook, brother Kelly Hook, Alex Hemandez, Bart Burnison and Dale Burnison. "I would like to hank my local sponsors Boesel Motors, Brewster IGA, Pateros Superstop and the Quad City Herald," said Hook. "The article from the Quad City Herald produced a lot of attention for my boat." Brewster Bears mat team pinned by Chelan The Brewster wrestling team lost to Chelan 40-12 last Thursday night. Sal Guerrero, Alex Garcia  and Jacob Trovillo collected the only wins for Brewster. Lance Dial, 101-pound weight class, was pinned by Moody Ramirez, Sal Guerrero, 108, beat Cris Pauly 6-5, Lupe Fernandez, 115, lost to Jeremy McGuffin 12-8, Alex Garcia, 122, beat Steve Holbrook 11-10, Eddie Valdovinos, 129, lost to Paul Hadley 8-1, Anthony Cardona, 135, was pinned by Adam Lysiak in the third, Cory Stotts, 141, was pinned by Andy Newton in the second, Heath Brown, 158, lost to Jgse Lemus 8-2, JacobTrovillo, 168, pinned Jerry McCullough in the third, Sergio Dorantes, 178, was pinned by Jared Deener in the first, Diego Garcia, 190, was disqualified along with his oppo- nent Eric Puck for overly aggressive behav- ior. Brewster forfeited in the 148,215 and heavyweight divisions. Alex Garcia had the most exciting match of the night when he recorded the winning point in the final second of the match. Brewster lost to Tonasket 67-9 last Sat- urday night. Heath Brown and Jacob Trovillo were the only winners against Tonasket. Lance Dial, 101, was pinned by Martin Mitchell in the first, Sal Guerrero, 108, was pinned in the first by Brad Zabreznik, Lupe Fernandez, 115, lost to Eli Super 13- 7, Alex Garcia, 122, was pinned byKelly Attwood in the second, Eddie Valdovinos, 129, lost to Mica Jacobs 4-2, Anthony Cardona, 135, was pinned by Aaron Price in the first, Cory Stotts, 141, was pinned by Chris Marchand in the second, Heath Brown, 158, beat Jeff Babb 12-8, Jacob Trovillo, 168, pinned Justin Morgan in the third, Sergio Dorantes, 178, was,pinned by Chad Stansbury in the first. Brewster forfeited in the 148, 190,215 and heavy- weight divisi9ns. ',When, I first started out lwas just trying not to kill myself or anybody else" - Steve Hook John F. Cleveland II photo Brewster wrestler Heath Brown attempts to get the advantage over his Chelan opponent lest Thursday. Fillies start strong, but lose to Liberty Bell The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies played a strong first half but Liberty Bell rallied in the third quarter to gain the 71-46 victory last Friday night. Bridgeport-Mansfield was only down 17-16 after the first quarter and was down by seven points at halftime. Liberty Bell took control with a 20-4 run in the third and held off the Fil- lies in the final period. "Our free throw percentage was not very good, but I don't think it would have made any difference," said Mel Wells, Bridgeport-Mansfield girls basketball coach. "We played a good three quarters and one bad. They outrebounded us and we just made too many turnovers." Bethany Lynn worked her way inside for 13 points and eight re- bounds to lead the Fillies, Stefanie Gavin netted two treys and finished with 11 points, Andrea Henton had two treys, eight points, six rebounds, five assists and seven steals, Heather Foged and Megan Malone both had six points and Hannah Jorgensen had two points. The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies postponed their game against Lake Roosevelt on January 20 because of too many players out because of sickness. The game has been re- scheduled for February 7. ii