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P_ap 10 February. 14. 1991 OtJacl City. Herald Lady Bears have Billygoats beat league leaders The Pateros boys basketball team good weekend made a big statement last Saturday night, February 9, that they&apos;re a :. ' : team to be reckoned with. : ": The Brewster Lady Bears coasted Patricia Shelton said. "The younger In their last regular season game to a pair of regular season wins last kids were able to get in some real Pateros stunned league champions , i .... weekend, boosting their record to 10 positive minutes." and then undefeated Waterville ..... i  :, andS. The following night, Brewster Mansfield72-60. At Manson, the Lady Bears rolled defeated Thorp82-44. "We just had a phenominal i to a 63-24 win on Friday, February8. Riggan, LaMoreaux and Mariscal game," Pateros coach Mike Hull   / Raquel Mariscal, back from an' again had big nights, said. "Great way for our seniors to i elbow injury, scored 23 points and Rlggan bllsteredthe nets for 30 poin- go out in their last home game." pulled down 7 rebounds to lead ts while also grabbing 8 rebounds, A balanced scoring attack often- Brewster. Liz LaMoreaux added 14 stealing the ball 9 times and dishing sively which saw the Billygoats points and Jennifer Riggan off for P assists, shoot a sizzling 53 percent (26/49) . produced 13 points, 12 steals and 9 LaMoreaux totaled 22 points and from the field combined with a assists, pulled down 11 rebounds. Mariscal hustling full court pressure defense "I thought all the girls had good collected 14 points and 14 rebounds, gave Pateros the edge over the playing time," Brewster coach "Again our younger kids got a lot of Shockers. playing time," Shelton said. "We just played solid defense. "Overall team performance was Waterville-Mansfield had to work real good in both Manson and Thorp for everything they got," Hull said. t t" --(" n,.,,..lJng f- games. The girls went out and ex- "That intensity on defense carried : .... ,\\; : cuted well." over to our offense, giving us con- ; ..J   Shelton also praised the play of fidence." ' " " " Sabrina Chantry who did an ex- The first half was tight, Pateros  cellent job in a starting role, filling held a 14-12 advantage aRer the first : ........... ....... WEDNESDAY NIGWr MIXED in the the injured Tracy MacDougal. quarter while W-M owned the lead ....................  ........... Holy Mackerels 18 5 31-29 at halftime. .... Mini Farmers 12 12 Then came the second half, + .... BalI Busters I1 12 '( ! Pateros intensified their full court .' Sooners 6 18 BREWSTER 'l][[/ defensive pressure and caused key  Teams High Series DART " turnovers on W-M's behalf. Before ........ Name omitted 2216 LEAGUE anyone knew it the Billygoats had . run off to an eight point lead by the ...... " ....... i:i)'  .,:+:: : : ..... ' Team High Game ...... ..... Name omitted 791 Eagles II 160 100 end of the third quarter 50-42. The :': '' : .... : Men's High Series Legion Patriots 157 103 Pateros lead increased by as much " , : Randy Hurley 565 Brewster Shody Boppers 157 103 as 14 points late in the fourth quar- I  . , i:, Skunk's Diddlers 4 154 106 ter. .: Men's ltlgh Game Crestview 152 108 Pateros kept a 10 point cushion [ k Randy Hurley 193 NorthtownerII 149 111 down the stretch with sharp free , Women's High Series 3 Lites and a Bud 139 121 throw shooting by Scott Worsham ............... Neva Dezellem 493 Silver Bullets 129 131 and Summer Hahn, who combined Women's High Game Eagles I 125 135 for a perfect 6 for 6 in the final Matt Mathes splits two Watervflle-Mansfleld defenders in route to the basket. Neva Dezellem 178 Brewster Chevron 123 137 minutes of play. EaglesIV 112 148 The Billygoats outscoredW-M 43- points, Hahn - 13 points, Nelson Sams all played their final home in the second half. CITY HANDICAP First Bank 111 149 31 in the second half including 21-11 Pires- 11 points and Trevor Kert- 10 basketball game for Pateros. "We started playing an up tempo BarFeed 12 3 EaglesII 108 152 in the third period, points. Not to be overshadowed by the type of game," Coach Hull said of SteakHotme 10 6 Neil'sBaR&Tackle 102 158 Pateros' offense was led by the The Shockers, who had their W-M win, the Billygoats also beat the second quarter. Bridgeport lames 6 10 Norhtowner I 102 158 double digit scoring of Worsham - 19 problems hitting the hole, were led Soap Lake 67-46 the night before. For an overall look at the game WesterdaldOrchs. 3 12 Brewster IGA 100 160 points, 9 assists, Derek Hunter - 15 by the 20 points of Don Craig, 18 Soap Lake came ready to play and Hull said, "We played good defense, points of Darin Peterson and 12 poin- built a seven point lead, 17-10, at the but we played ragged offense, we TeamHlghSerles ts of Todd Stoddard. W-M shot 37 start of the second quarter, missedtoomanyeripples." Westerdahl Orchards 2152 percent from the floor (16/43) and Pateros regained control after Worsham - 18 points and Plres- 17 Team High Game WesterdahlOrchards 747 Liquor license drilled only six of l7 tries from three that and turned the game around points led the Blllygoats who point range, outscoring the Eagles 20-13 in the finished league play in second place Individual High Series Hub Tavern, Inc. applied to the Pateros. Both clubs had 25 rebounds, reminder of the quarter, with a 14 and 4 mark. Lee Dial 537 Washington State Liquor Control Anyone wishing to support or op- Worsham, Hahn, Kert and Dustin The Billygoats cruised to the win Individual High Game Board for a class H license, to sell pose this application should contact Dennis Ray 205 liquor-by-the-drink for on-premises the License Division, Washington Pump Installation & Service consumption, in lieu of the existing State Liquor Control Board, Capita] Sp,ts: Dennts Ray, 5-10; Lee Dial, 3- elassBCEF(tavern),cense, atHub PlazaBuflding, Olympia, Wasington FOREMAN & ARCH P S . NO TRAVEL CHARGES 10; Terry DezeBem, 5-7-9. Tavern, Lots 69 and 70, Block Seven, 98504. | New 12,000 lb. pump hoist KOFFEEKUP 24 hr. replacement or Bar Feed .750 Allorlleys at Law service guaranteed SloanjohnsonFarmSBackhoe .438'7+0 SAIL E WASI-IINGTON'S S J E .5 yr. guarantee on all stainless Mfllwheel .375 BIRTHDAY steel pumps Bridgeport Lanes .188 ...... SloanVamsTeamllighSer/e' 2171 STOREWIDE Discounts 5 Big Days :":+: +:+" 'ream High Games Th u rs..Fri..Sat..S U N DAY.Mon. .... Sloan Farms 765 February 14-15-16-17.18 '1 Individual High Series Open Sunday, February 1 7 Terri Zahn 493 z o:00 .... to 4:00 p .... Individual High Game Price Reduced for ' : .......... Terrt Zabn 185 C lea ran ce' ::: '; ...... < + ++++++:+++: Team of the Week  rIL"rakl TerriZahn 493 Cross Country M.V.M. Quality Drilling, Kathy Dial 434 Ski Packages Sue VranJes 430 "We Dig Water" MaryGarcia 416 If you have been thinking about 760 NE 01d Highland Orchard Rd. Splits: Gwen Johnson, 5-10; Shirley getting into Cross Country Skiing, 701 N. Chelan (509) 662-9602 (800) 676-9602 (509) 686.5685 Bridgeport. WA 98813 Bleichner, 5-10; Sybol Dial, 2-7-8. now is the time!!! Wenatchee, Washington ^.m,.. graces in Seam., Soka.e, Los Ano,es, uadalam Lic. #MVM0UO138N0 Woolrlch l ENGINEERS Sweaters, Shirts&Pants ................ 4 I I Small Top 17 7 s,,u,t., ItChance 15 9 Cross Country Ski Wear .................. I I Hot+eels 14 ,0 Listen TO All District ForFuns 11 13 Winter Hats, Gloves, Socks ............ Honeymooners 9 15 Lifa Prolite 5000, Cotton Turtlenecks... O F F Gutter Busters 6 18 Team lllgll Series Open Monday-Saturday 9:30.5:30 -- SUNDAY 10:00-4:00 Small Top 2336 BOyS Team Hlgh Game  iI Y  II Small Top 849 . Men's Hlgh Series Joe Dial 586 Men's High Game Bruce Plimpton 225 Downtown Chelm 682-2629 Women's High 8erie, -- -- 41  Girls T Marge Udell 572 Women's High Game FlIIIItImml--- Do+Dial 203 i "! B Basketball Games Men'sTeamoflheWeek ance t l II Joe Dial 586 Lee Dial 577 BrucePlimpton p7 + Friday, February 15 RoyDla, 544 |l 9:00p.m.-l:30a.m. I" on KOZI Women's Team of the Week ;:;; Marge Udell 572   MusIc by --- Donna Dial KathyDial ,169 , Whiskey River Band .... (A, 26 Games) Ogle Ray Splits: Jim Udel], 3-10; Dennis Ray, BOy'S Games Starting At . Girl's Games 4-5; Ogle Ray, 3-10; Bruce Plimpton, February 12 4:00 p.m. February 14 February 15 4:00 p.m. February 16 2-7; Stan Sheets, 3-10; Darleene e s no February19 4:00p.m. February19 Sheets, 3-9-10. February 22 4:00 p.m. February 22 WOMAN'S CITY LEAGUE  Saturday, February 16 February23 7:00P.m. February23 Quik.E-MartsteakHouse 18 2 i  13 4:30 p.m. i AII games to be held at the Wenatchee High School Gym Henton Farms 9 1 Town Tavern g ug as County Hospital StateEiectrlc Okano an Do I Bridgeport Lanes 7 121 Plnker'sParts, Repalrand Mfg. Compunlque Oulk-E-Marts Bayless Food city & Trustworthy Store Bridgeport Sports Boosters Mumma Trucking Northtowner 13 western Farm Service TheNorthtowner Restaurant ^; ...... North Central Puumum Columbia Bank 14 verla's Yarn Shop The Steak House Frontier Lands, nc h,dlddualHlghSerle. ,= Dart L To 17 i Jord'sFIoraIDeslgn MolldersFoodClW ,Im'swoocls,op Kathy Dial 518 eague umam ent Brewster veterinary Clinic Bridgeport True Value Harclware Empire Foods Brewster PhysicaITherapy Th Columbia Bank Bridgeport 1(( , Pateros Ace Hardware Individual High Game day bruany Brewster Heights Packing GrossMVM OualltYDrug Drilling Pateros Super Stop 7tll Street Market Grover's Building SUpply Kathy Dial 186 Sun , Fe Brewster Grange Supply Team of the Week Brewster IGA Kathy Dial 518 1:00 p.m. The Pharmacy Kevln Sklrko C.P.A. Pat Gordon 472 103.1 Shirley Bleiclmer 462 Splits: Shirley Bleielmer, 2-7; Bessie Bridgepo. o r Dailey, 74; Joyce Jensen, 2-7; Members & Bonaflde Guests Only  103.-r',.o) FM Kathy Oriffith, 5-9; Mfllie Henton, 2- 7; "Jean S]oan, 5-6. IMIIImIIIWI,    L  T.ii,    T   -I i m