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pane 8 FAbruary 26. 1991] Quad City. Hnrald Pateros B illygoats Cont'd from page 7 the paint for the Billygoats and led the team with 28 points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals, Clint Hull netted five treys and finished with 22 points, five re- bounds, two assists, three steals and two blocks, Mark Stennes had a very strong offensive game and ended with 14 points, fourrebounds, one steal and one block, Jerad Evans canned one trey, 13 points, three assists and thre steals, Carlos Morales had six points, three re- bounds, three assists, two steals and three blocks, Greg Molkjer had four points, two rebounds and three assists, Dustin Mauk added two rebounds and one block, Nathan Sandy had three assists, four steals and one block and Jorge Lopez dished out two assists. "We just couldn't put ihem away," said Mike Hull, Pateros boys bas- ketball coach on the 73-54 win over Thorp last Saturday night at Wenatchee High School. Pateros had a 17-13 lead in the first and outscored Thorp 16-13 in the second. The Billygoats outscored Thorp 23-18 in'the third and 17-10 in the fourth to pull away for the win. " "Obviously we didn't play as well as we wanted to :play," said Hull. "District wins are hard to come by -,- Thorp is not one of those teams you want tO look past." Hull came through with three treys, 27 points, two blocks.six rebounds and three assists to lead Pateros, Crawley put in 26 points, five steals, three blocks, 13 rebounds and two assists, Morales had one trey, nine points, four rebounds and two as- sists, Evans netted six points, three steals, three rebounds and two as- sists, Molkjer added four points, three ste, Is, one block, three rebounds and ,hree assists, Chris Zahn pitched in one point, one steal and three rebounds, Mark Stennes had one block and one rebound and Sandy had three rebounds and one assist. Thorp's Zak Tonseth hit four treys and ended with 25 points and Victor Lisle had 16 points. 1998 District 6 "B" Basketball Tournament Tho,rp / Tu=., Feb. 17 ] #3, 7:30 p.m. (LO)(I) [ Pateros Soap Lake , .. Tues., Feb. 17 #2, 7:30 p.m. (IO)(2) Wilson Creek Enlist Tues., Feb. 17 #4, 7:30 p.m. (LO)(3) Watervllle Moses Lake Christian Tues., Feb. 17 #1, 7:30 p.m. (!.,O)(4) Manson Enlist Thurs,, Feb. 19 #3, 7:30 p.m. (LO)(I) Waterville Pateros Sat., Feb. 21 (5) Wenatchee HS I0 a.m. i 'Wilson Creek Waterville Sat., Feb. 21 (6) Wenatchee HS It:00 a.m. Manson Waterville A. Winner#t0 will be District Champion and State Entry, if the winner is undefeated. B. Winner #1 ! will be DistriCt Champion and State Entry if this game is necessary. * If Wenatchee HS has a home game, this game will be played at 3:30 p.m. Pateros Tues., Feb, 24 (8) Wenatchee HS 7 p.m. Manson Manson Girls Winner#10 *Sat,, Feb. 28 Wenatche HS 7:30 p.m. (It) Loser #10 Wilson Creek Tues., Feb. 24 ] Wenatchee ItS; 5:30p.m. (LO)(7) Creek Watervllle I Wed., Feb. 25 Wenatchee HS 8:30 p.m. (LO)(8) Pateros Fri.,Feb. 27 (10) Wenatchee ItS 7 p.m. State Entry Winner #9 State Entry If undefeated i ..... Sat., Feb. 21. (5) Wenatchee HS  1 p.m. Manson Moses LakeChristlan  Thurs., Feb. 19 Manson #2, 7:30 p.m. (I-.O)(21 Manson Pateros Tues. Feb. 24 (8) . DayStar'Christian .............. .................. h:7'1't ''' ...... ..............   " 8:3.Op.m ; ......... ! ; Thurs., Feb. 19 ' Thorp #4, 7:30 p.m. (LOX3) ' -::! Thorp Sat.. Feb. 21 (6) Wenatchee HS 2:30 p.m. Easton Thurs., Feb. 19 Pateros #l, 7:30 p.m. (LOX4) [ Pateros I I m Assemble products or mail letters! Hundred of home - based opportunities available right now! No experience necessaxT! Information? Rush $3.00 and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Pateros A. Winner #10 will be District Champion and State Entry, if the winner is tmdefeatc'd. B. Winner #l I will be District Champion and State Entry if this game is necessary. * ff Wenatchee HS has a home game, this game will be played at 3:30 p.m. Winner #10 Boys , Feb: 27 .... (10) 6itchi: HS 8:30 p.m.' .... *Sat., Feb. 28 [ Wenatchee HS State Entry ] 7:30 p.m. ( I I ) Loser #10 Waterville Tues., Feb. 24 [ Wenatchee HS, '5:30 p.m. (LO)(7) Thorp Thorp I Wed., Feb, 25 Wenatehee HS 8:30 p.m. (LO)(8) Manson Winner#9 State Entry If undefeated HEADIN,G TO DISTRICT '::& 18STATE? Pateros Nannies Cont'd from page 7 Tuinstra hit one trey and ended with three points and seven rebounds and Melissa Nieuwenhuis had two points and six rebounds. "Andrea did a tremendous job in the third and Annie took over in the fourth," said Ellis. "They both scored 10 points in those quarters." Wilson Creek's Tracie Andrews had 15 points and Wanda Freeman had 13 points. This win put Pateros into a semi- final game with Manson on Tues- day. If the Nannies won this game they will play the winner of the loser's bracket on Friday in the dis- trict championship for the lone berth to state. The winner of the loser's bracket would have to beat Pateros twice, while the Nannies would just have to win once. If they lost they will go into the loser's bracket and play the winner of the Wilson Creek/Waterville game on Wednesday to advance to the district championship. If the Nannies won they would have to beat Manson twice to earn the lone state berth. Pateros started out the week with an easy 54-32 victory over Thorp on February 17. The Nannies jumped out to a 14-4 lead in the first and took a 24-11 lead into half time. Pateros outscored Thorp in the final two quarters to pull away for the win. "We took a 14-4 lead in the first quarter and held them the rest of the way," said Ellis. "Thorp is the type of team that can beat you if you don't play well. We came out and played extremely well from the start we were ready." Neuneker had the hot hand for Pateros and led the team with two treys, 20 points, six rebounds and four assists, Bighouse put in 14 points and 11 re- bounds,TuinsWa pitched in eight points, four rebounds and six assists, Johnson netted four points, six rebounds and two assists, Melissa Nieuwenhuis had one trey, two rebounds and one assist, Troutman added three points and four rebounds, Erica Nieuwenhuis netted two points, Paris Lilly had one refund and Emma Wilson had one assist. "Joey had a great game for us," said Ellis. "We played good defense and held Thorp to 20 percent shooting." 1998 District 6 "A" Basketball Tournament Lake Roosevelt / Tues., Feb. 17 (I)  nw,,.. CTL #3, 7:30 p,m. [Sat.,Feb, 21 *(3) Brewster l Omak HS 3 p,m. Cashmere Boys Cashmere Fri,, Feb. 27 Omak HS 8:30 p.m, (8) Lake Roosevelt Tues., Feb. 24 (i.O)(5) I Loser #4, 7:30 p.m. ] LiberQ' Bell I Liberty Bell ] Winner #8 Dis'trict Chmnpion Okanogan #1 to State ...... i Loser #8 Tues., Feb. 17 (2) [ Liberty Bell #2 to State Okanogan CTL #4, 7:30 p.m. n / Tues., Feb. 24 (LO)(6) I , . Liberty Bell [Sat.,OmakFeb.HS217 p.m.*(4) I Chelan Loser #3, 7:30 p.m.  nrewer / Chelan Brewster J Fri., Feb. 27 (7) Omak ItS 7:00 p.m. * Game tims on Sat., Feb. 21 may be switched to allow the same school's boys and girls teams to play back to back games. Lake Roosevelt Tlurs., Fcb. 19 (1) CTL #3, 7:30 p.m. Tonasket Winner #7 #3 to State Brewster Girls Tonasket I Sat., Feb. 21 *(3) [ Okanolan Omak ltS 1 p.m. I Okanogan ***Sat., Feb. 28 Omak HS 8:30 p.m. (8) / Thurs.,Feb. 19 (2) I'hono,, CTL #4, 7:30 p,m. Chelan [Sat., Feb. 21 *(4) = Omak HS 5 p.m. Liberty Bell Libert] Bell Lake Roosevelt Thurs,, Feb. 26 (LOX5)] Loser #4, 7:30 p.m. ] Chelan ] Winner #5 Winner #8 District Champion **Sat., Feb. 28 #l to Stale Omak ItS Loser #8 7 p.m. (LO)(7) #2 to State Brewster Thurs., Feb. 26 fLOX6) Lw, er #3, 7:30 p.m. Tonasket * Game tiffes on Sat., Feb. 21 may be switched to allow the same school's boys and girls teams to play back to back games. ** If Omak High School has a home game, this game will begin at 2:00 p.m. ***If Omak High School has a home game, this game will begin at 3:30 p.m. Winner #6 Medical Yesterday, the Senate approved a measure to allow judges the option of ordering "chemical Castration" as a condition of release for conChted sex offenders. The order must be made at the time of sentencing, im- posed at the end of an offender's jail time, and the offender must be moni- tored for compliance. According to the proposal's prime sponsor, Slate Sen. Don Benton, R- 17th District, the use of drugs to suppress the production of testoster- one has been used successfully in Europe for some time. Winner #7 #3 to State treatment for sex offenders a proven memod "Dep-provera is a long-acting in- makes people think of an. irrevers- jectable which inhibits a man's sex ible surgical procedure. MY pro- drive and sexuai131 dangerous:be-_ , iposal allows co!ffen,d- navior. In Europe, this treatment or erstovoluntarilyeheirgical child molesters has successfully re, duced the recidivism rate to two percent. The recidivism rate is 50 percent for child molesters in the United States," Benton said. Benton deflects any criticism of his proposal by pointing out that the effect of depo-provera is not permanent and subsides once the treatment is stopped. "Actually, 'castration' is a mis- nomer,' " Benton said. "'This term alternative, but the:use of depo- provers is not permanent. Sexual deviance is an addiction that I don't believe can be cured, but in some cases it can be controlled with drugs." Benton's proposal was approved by his colleagues in the Senate without a dissenting vote as an amendment to a bill criminalizing the use of a tranquilizer called flunitrazepam as a means to facilitate "date rape." '/7 " / EXPLORETItE IORTIt i .Zb,()A ) 5 days4 nights from / t t) Or.  $1235 pp.drO. 00o,ecte0000eoa00u e, "Your Ticket to Great " " /''" TTUsr:ADesn:ilarkinCefmtr'e'[ ii ] Sp , ,'. A KOZ orts Caflfor [  "1" il eroice 613 W. Main, Box 1015, I details. I tw  Brewster, WA 98812 I !i 'sten to O strct a, Action and Game Updates I Sponsored by KOZI and the following: Support Your Favorite Team With & express your support! Indoor/Outdoor Temporary Paint Great for windows, glass, plastic, posterboard, banners & more, Cleans off glass easily. , Lots of colors. QUAD 'I,TY .,. 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