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PaaA a February. 5:1998 Ouad City. Harold Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies outscored by Okanogan Tonasket outplays Fillies in second half to take the win t The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies started out the week with a 78-5 l loss to Okanogan on January 27. Okanogan outscored the Fil- lies 17-9 in the opening quarter and took a 24-point lead into half- time. Bridgeport-Mansfield ral- lied to open the second half and outscored the Bulldogs 22-16 but Okanogan put the game away with a 20- l 1 fourth quarter. "We outplayed them in one quarter and they outplayed us in three," said Mel Wells, Bridgeport- Mansfield girls basketball coach. "Okanogan just has a lot of good athletes on that team." Andrea Henton netted 12 points, six rebounds, three steals and five assists to lead the Fillies, Tiffany Derby put in 10 points and 10 re- bounds, Stefanie Gavin canned one trey and seven points, Megan Malone pitched in five points, Bethany Lynn had one trey and four points, Aracely Torres added four points and Hannah Jorgensen made one trey. Okanogan's Maggie Derting had 17 points, Naomi Peasley had 15 points, Jocelyn Merkley had 12 points and Aletha Walker put in I0 points in a balanced scoring attack. Bridgeport-Mansfield could not stop the inside game of Nikki Free- man as Tonasket rallied in the third quarter to gain the 80-55 victory last Friday night. Tonasket took a 2 I- 13 lead after the first quarter and was up 43-36 at halftime. Tigers got off to a quick start in the third and outscored B-M 29-11 to pull away for the win. "They just outplayed us in the second half," said Wells. "We dug a hole in the third when Tonasket outscored us 29-I1. Nikki Freeman scored 1.5 of her 30 points in the third quarter. We couldn't get her stopped and that is all there is to it." Malone worked her way inside for 17 points, 10 rebounds and three steals, Lynn hit one trey, 10 points and six rebounds, Jorgensen netted nine points, Henton had eight points and three rebounds, Derby pitched in six points, 13 rebounds, one steal and two assists, Gavin had three points and Tortes added two points. Tonasket's Nikki Freeman had 30 points and Codi Freeman had 17 points. " John F. Cleveland II photo Bridgeport-Mansfield's Stefenle Gavin gets a step on this Okenogen defender but the Fillies lost to the Bulldogs last Tuesday, John F. Cleveland II photo Joey Bighouse dribbles the ball out of defensive pressure as Maneon knocked Peteroe out of first place. Manson knocks l,lannies off league top Sl:,,3t Pateros tied for second in league with Wilson Creek The Pateros Nannies lost hold of their Central B League lead after Manson knocked them off60-39 last Saturday night. Manson claimed the first spot and Pateros is currently tied with Wilson Creek for second in the league. Manson went up 13-7 after the first quarter but Pateros rallied to cut the lead to 23-20 in the second. Manson extended its advantage to 38-31 after three quarters and put the game away with a 22-8 run in the fourth. "We had a big defensive letdown midway through the fourth," said John Ellis, Pateros girls basketball coach. "We were down by seven and ,started fouling. Katie (Davis) was 9-10 on her free throws. That killed us n they sunk us from the free- throw .line." Annie Neuneker led the Nannies with one trey, 16 points, 12 rebounds, one assist and one steal, Andrea Johnson worked her way in for 13 points, 'three rebounds, six assists and one steal, Joey Bighouse had Lady Bears struggle in loss to Chelan 11 points, seven rebounds and one steal, Brianna Brown pitched in eight points, fourrebounds andoneassist, "Statwise AshleighShaw netted six we played points and four rebounds, good Eli=thRios enough to put in five points, four re- win, but bounds, one steal and three the one assists, Kelsey Bo.yd had four stat we po,nts, one don't keep steal and one assist, Nancy is how we Rios added three points, played ninerebounds, threestealsand defense" six assists, r"% _A Certes F,ynn -- Bryan pulled down Boesel two rebounds and oneassist Brewster and Dabble K.owl,o. girls added one rebound and basketball one assist. Chelan's coach Shelly Brewster has foul trouble; Bowman, Rios and Riggan foul, out of game "The bottom line is we did not play defense," said Bryan Boesel, Brewster girls basketball coach. Brewster was in the game from the start but Chelan held onto a slim lead for the entire game and earned the 66-57 victory last Friday night. Chelan held/l slight one-point lead after the first quarter,and added to its lead over the final three quarters. The Lady Bears struggled through foul trouble the entire game and eventually fouled out Lareasa Bow- man, Nancy Rios and Courtney Riggan. "Statwise we played good enough to win, but the one stat we don't keep is how we played defense," said Boesel; "We didn't play good defense and that is why we lost." Courtney Riggan worked her kay inside to lead the Lady Bears with 20 points, five rebounds and one steal, Lareasa Bowman had t John F. Cleveland II photo Breweter'a Lareass Bowman outs around this Chelan defender during the hard-fought lose to the Goats last Friday. Haerling had 24 points and Stacey Terry added 17 points. four points, two rebounds, three as- sists and one steal, Sara Troutman netted one trey, four points and three rebounds, Beth Tuinstra had two points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals, Paris Lilly and Jenny Crooks both had one assist. "Second oppor- tunities killed us not first opportu- nities," said Ellis. "They crushed us on the boards." Manson's Katie Davis had 24 points. Pateros started the week out with an easy 50-23 victory over Soap Lake last Friday night. The Nannies jumped out to a 13-3 lead in the first and went up 23-9 at halftime. Pateros out.scored Soap Lake in the final two quarters to pull away for the win. Neuneker hit one trey and fin- midway through the fourth" - John Ellis, Pateros girls basketball coach ished with 16 points, three rebounds, three assists and four steals, Bighouse had eight points, three rebounds and two steals, Tuinstra pitched in six points, five rebounds and three as- sists, Johnson net- "We had a big ted six points, seven rebounds, defensive letdown twoassistsandsix steals, Crooks had four points, three rebounds, one as- sists and one steal, Troutman added four points, two rebounds, two as- sists and three steals, Lilly had two points, two rebounds and one steal, Erica Nieuwenhuis came through with two points and three rebounds, Melissa Nieuwenhuis had two points and two rebounds and Emma Wilson pulled down three rebounds and one assist. Soap Lake's Adel Cariveau had 13 points. e Guys signing uo for wrestling Little Guys Wrestling sign-ups will be Tuesday, February I0 at 7:00 p.m. in the Brewster High School Commons. Little Guys Wrestling is for boys and girls from Brewster, Pateros' and Bridgeport ages four-years-old up to sixth grade. It costs $20 to participate in the wrestling program. This includes a uniform and insurance. The first practice is scheduled for Tuesday, February 17 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The following practices will be'every Tuesday and Thursday at the same times. BREWSTER DART LEAGUE Week 11 "of 14 Team W-L % Skunks Diddlers 143-77 65 Mt. Valley Mbl Home Park 143-77 65 WOI 142-78 64.5 Custom 132-88 60 Bear Cove Video 119-101 54.1 Duck-R-B-Hit 118-102 53.6 Candle's Dandies 113-107 51.4 Bull Shooters 102-118 46.4 RB Repair 99-121 45 Lucky Doubles 79-121 39.5 Legion Patriots 87-133 39.5 Eagles II 72-148 32.7 Eagle I  71-149 32.3 7 Top 10 Shooters Men W-L % Vem Westerdahl 41-3 93.2 Karl Bach 37-3 92.5 Gene Barrutia 28-8 77.8 Tracy Shrable 34-10 77.3 Brad Sloan 34-10 77.3 Bill Harp 32-12 72.7 Steve Hogan 20-8 71.4 Rick Blackburn 30-14 68.2 Richard Carmack 30-14 68.2 Jason Westerdahl 29-15 65.9 Fred Wiltse 29-15 65.9 Women W-L % Dannle Rue Carmack 31:13 70.5 Rhonda Harp; 27-17 61.4 Judi Hogan 26-18 59.1 Doreen Barrutia 25-19 56.8 Sabrina Storm 22-18 55 Nicole Shenyer 24-20 54.5 Candra Blackburn 23-21 52.3 Andrea Halterman 23-21 52.3 Bobby Johnson 22-22 50 Kim Eckenbarger 15-17 46.9