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QCH sports Quad Ci Herald Fabrua 5 lgg8 Paoa 7 District 6 Wrestling Tournament Liberty Bell High School Friday, February 6 Session 1 6:00 Saturday, February 7 Session 2 11:00 Session 3 5:30 Top six wrestlers advance to regionals Local Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday Gids Basketball: Brewster at B-M, 6:30. Boys Basketball: Brewster at B-M, 8:00. Friday Girls Basketball: Pateros at Waterville, 6:30. Boys Basketball: Pateros at Waterville, 8:00. Wrestling: District at Liberty Bell, 6:00. Saturday Boys Basketball: Chelae at B- M, 7:30; Brewster at Cash- mere, 7:30; Pateros at Moses Lake Christian, 4:00. Girls Basketball: Pateros at Moses Lake Christian, 2:30; B-M at Lake Roosevelt, 7:30. Wrestling: District at Liberty Bell, 11:00. Monday Girls Basketball: B-M at Pateros, 6:00. Boys Basketball: B-M at Pateros, 7:30. Tuesday Boys Basketball: Waterville at B-M (Mansfield), 7:30; Okanogan at Pateros, 7:00. Class 1A 1. Chelan (9) 17-1 99 2. La Center (1) 14-3 90 3. Cle Elum 15-2 79 4. Highland 14-3 63 5. Life Christian 16-3 56 6. Cashmere 12-4 40 7. Toledo 11-5 30 8. Brewster 12-4 22 9. T0utle Lake 10-5 21 10. Raymond 13-3 15 Others receiving votes: Zillah Billygoats turn up the defense to gain win over Manson : ......... .... Good all around game for Clint Hull leads Pateros to victory The Pateros Billygoats rallied around strong defen- sive play in the second half to gain the 59-46 victory last Saturday night.  Pateros held an 18-15 lead ' 'after the first quarter but Manson took over and went ! into halftime up 30-27. The Billygoats turned up their de- fensive play and held Manson to eight points in the third and fourth and pulled away for the win with 32 points over the final two quarters. "I was concerned about the second quarter," said Mike Hull, Pateros boys basket- ball coach. "We got out of rhythm Jason (Crawley) being in foul trouble was a factor in that quarter." "We had good second half defense and held Manson to eight points in the third and fourth. The key to that is. rebounding. I just think if you can limit them to one shot it will give you a boost." Clint Hull put together a good all-around game and led the Billygoats with 17 points, one trey, nine rebounds, four assists, three steals and one block, Jason Crawley had 11 points, eight rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block, Jerad Evans had one trey, 11 points, three assists and one steal, Carlos Morales put in 10 points, four rebounds, one assist and two blocks, Greg Molkjer netted eight points and two steals, Nathan Sandy had two points and one re- bound,Chris "Zahn pulleddown five rebounds, Jorge Lopez had one rebound and one steal and Mark Stennes dishedout one assist. "I thought Chris and Carlos did a good job of playing the middle in our zone," said Hull. "We did a good job of breaking their press down and our press did a good job John F. Cleveland II photo Clint Hull takes the ball Inside as the Pateros Billygoats beat Manson last Saturday night. in the third and fourth." Manson's Nathan Davis had 18 points. Mustangs JV defeats Tonasket The Bridgeport-Mansfield boys junior .varsity basketball team beat Tonasket 59-53 last Thurs- day night. Alex Llamas led the team with six treys and 23 points, Luke Lillquist pitched in three treys and 13 points, Collin Allen and Jason Burk both had six points, James Walker netted five points, Nicolas Desjardins had four points and Richard Dahl added two points. The Bridgeport-Mansfield JV lost to Okanogan 67-49 last Saturday night. Walker had 12 points, Desjardins hit one trey and finished with nine points, Lillquist netted one trey and seven points, Llamas put in seven points, Dahl had one trey and six points, Miles Magnusen hit one trey and five points and Burk added three points. Brewster JV tops Lake Roosevelt The Brewster boys junior varsity basketball team beat Lake Roosevelt 57-43 on January 22. Danny Ravenstein led the team with 15 points and Dylan Gamble had nine points. The Brewster JV beat Tonasket 61-31 on January 24. Rayce Joseph netted 21 points and Brian Thompson added nine points. Brewster beat Chelae 59-46 last Thursday night. Jason Knowlton pitched in 15 points and Mike McGee had a season high 14 points. Pateros JV downs Soap Lake The Pateros junior varsity boys basketball team beat Soap Lake 75-45 last Friday night. Jacob Bucholz netted 27 points to lead Pateros, Uriah Palmanteer and Kevin Stennes both had 12 points and Joe Clevenger added eight points. The Phteros JV lost to Manson 31-28 last Saturday night. Joe Clevenger had 11 points and Eric Molkjer put in seven points. PBW loses to Tonasket PBW, men's basketball team with players from Pateros, Brewster and Waterville, lost to Tonasket Junction 111 - 101 last Sunday afternoon in the Omak Men's Basket- ball League. PBW had three players out with either injuries or illness. Tom Assmussen had 11 points, Jeremy Riggan had nine points, Kirby Brown had 10 points, Mike Michael had 25 points, Derin Darlington had 24 points and Nathan Crawley had 22 points. PBW is currently in third place in the Omak Men's League. ,,.,,,M.,,o,,0,,, Tonasket edges Class B I 1. Pateros (5) 14-1 86 2. Curlew (4) 15-3 79 3. La Conner 16-2 55 4. TroutLake 14-1 47 B M Mustangs 5. Valley Christian16-2 43 "" 6. Chief Leschi 15-3 41 7. DeSales 13-3 37 in overtime 8. Seattle Lutheran 16-1 36 9. Waterville 13-3 31 10. North Beach 14-2 18 Others receiving votes: Taholah (13-3) 9, Manson (11- 4) 7. Class 1A I. Lyndan Christian (5) 15-I 2. Liberty Bell (2) 15-I 3. King's (2) 14-3 4. Okanogan 15-1 5. Cle Elum (1) 15-2 6. White Swan 14-3 7. Dayton 13-2 The Bridgeport-Mansfield Mustangs had their best chance at victory last Thursday night but Tonasket edged out the 56-55 overtime win. "We had a great first half and both teams played well in the second half," said Brandon Evenson, Bridgeport-Mansfield boys basketball coach. "Chris (Hurley) shot a three with five seconds left and nailed it to tie the game and force overtime. It went back and forth in overtime with both teams hitting clutch shots but Tonasket came out on top." Bridgeport-Mansfield was up 11-9 after the first and 26-19 at the half. Tonasket cut it to 35-33 after three and Hurley's three-pointer tied the game at 51- 51 to end regulation. The Ti- "We were gers edged out the win with a 5-4 advantage in overtime. just drained Todd Perkins had the hot 94 86 Jr_,_ H__pI hand for the Mustangs and elTlO[ionally led the team with three 77 treys 68 and 20 points, JeffWood canned 56 -- Brandon two treys and finished with 53 51 Evenson, 10points, BenLynn hadnine points, Patrick Dundas worked 8. Toledo 11-3 26 -/ /'3/'1 t/ his way in for six points, Chris 9. Kittitas 12-4 17 ..... ,.-jr --, Hurley had one trey and five 10. Rainier 14-2 ,2 bas _ Others receiving votes: Oeosta ke tbafl points,Jason Wood netted one (12-4) 8, Seattle Christian (13- m- --- -- trey and Russell Maw added 5) 5 coacn two points: Class B 1. RitzvUle (9) 18-0 . g0  Tonasket sCharleyJoneshad 2. Clallam Bay 18-0 75 23 points anti Mack Hauff hit two clutch free throws for 3. (tie) St. George's the t'inal margin of victory and ended with 15 points. 14-3 56 Bridgeport-Mansfield ended the week with a 65-43 loss to Okanogan last Saturday night. Okanogan was up 16-10 after tle first quarter and went into halftime up 39-19. The Bulldogs held off B-M in the final two quarters to gain the easy win. "We were just drained emotionally," said Evenson. "We played decent -- we had one bad quarter and three good quarters." Perkins hit five treys and finished with 17 points, Jason Wood netted one trey and ended with six points, Dundas and Hurley both had six points, Lynn pitched in five points and Carlos Sanchez canned one trey. Okanogan's Ryan Vance had 12 points and Zach Spaet added 11 points. 3. (tie) Tekoa-Oakesdale 15-2 56 5. DeSalas 14-3 48 6. Napavine 14-2 43 7. Selkirk 16-3 32 8. King's West 17-2 24 9. Sunnyside Christian 13-3 18 10. Wilbur-Creston 11-5 17 Others receiving votes: Waitsburg (11-4) 12, Willapa Valley (13:3) 7, Wellpinit (14- 3) 7, Cascade Christian (14-4) 5. i i John F. Cleveland II photo Jacob Trovillo has provided the Brewster wrestling team with some quality grappling this season. Brewster m team victo ious over Lake r oosevelt The Brewster wrestling team picked up key pins from Eric Rios, Anthony Cardona, Lupe Fernandez and Sal G uerrero to gain the 51-30 team victory over Lake Roosevelt last Friday night. Eric Rios, heavyweight, pinned Adam Hunt in the first round, Jacob Trovillo, 168-pound weight class, was pinned by Zeb Harton in the second round, Anthony Cardona, 135, pinned Brandon Hoying in the third, Lupe Fernandez, 115, pinned David Slaughter in the first, Sal Guerrero, 108, pinned Brandon Covington in the sec- ond, Heath Brown, 158, was pinned by Nick Ford in the second, Emilio Guzman, 148, was pinned by Matt Barry in the third, Cory Stotts, 141, beat Beau Brown by injury default, Eddie Valdovinos, 129, bet Brian Hood 11-9, Alex Garcia, 122, won by forfeit and Lance Dial, 101, won by forfeit. Brewster forfeited in the 190 and 215 weight classes. Brewster also hosted a junior varsity qualifier for the district wrestling tourna- ment last Saturday. Sergio Dorantes, 168, lost to Rick Mott, Cash- mere, 20-10 and he will go into district as the number three seed out of the IV qualifier. Jaime Montiel, 108, pinned Mike Foley, Lake Roosevelt, in th third and Ruben Aparicio, 115, pinned Lbnni McNearney, Oroville, in the first. Both Montiel and Aparicio will take the number one seeds out of the JV qualifier. / / i