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pA= 6 .... March S: 1998 O,J=ad Ci Herald QCH sports Pateros Billygoats win distric:t title DISTRICT 6 "B" BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Boys Championship (lone state berth) Pateros 12 4 14 20 50 Manson 11 8 14 14 47 Pateros: Jason Crawley 23 points. Manson" Nathan Davis 19 points. Girls Championship (lone state berth) Manson 14 13 28 15 70 Wilson Creek 13 11 10 5 39 Manson: Katie Davis 33 points. Wilson Creek: Tracie Andrews 16 points. two assists and one steal and Chris Zahn snagged three steals. Manson's Nathan Davis had 19 points. "Working hard and playing hard pays off," said Mike Hull. "I re- ally don't know how we beat those guys four straight times they are a good "It feels team."'lt takes everybody on a great it is team to win a district title. the best Whether they get in or not m they Jo,. F. p,o.o, feeling I need to practice hard, show sup- The PaterosBygatbratethirDstrtchamponshpwinoverMansonPaterheadtstateforthethrdtmntheastfouryearsand have ever port on the bench the first time since winning the state title, had," -- and have a good attitude. Every- take pride in win- Competing now in state tournament Jerad bodyonteamcan Evans. iil?eg.! hedistrict Billyg s Basketball Tournament. never giving up. Jerad (Evans) would like everyone to know how materos Paterosstalled ..,,* ,.._ ,, "Everybody that needed to step and Carlos (Morales) both stepped it feels to win the stale champi- basketbafl out the week with up stepped up for us," said Clint it up and made some big buckets onship." anotherexciting Jog|| LU.?LHIzr Hull. "There was no doubt in our for us. They couldn't have stepped "It feels really good," saidCarlos I ,, 74-67 semifinal LEdO locker room at up bigger in any Morales, Pateros basketball player, victory over to ta, xv the win halftime. Even "Everybody that situation. Jason "I have been waiting for this all Manson on Feb- though we were (Crawley) played season long." ruary 24. ---' -'aga, ns Manson ,ow. 00y,,roo wo needed to step liken senior play- Jason Crawley came through Pateros jumped out ton 24-19 knewwecouldwin inginadistricttour- for the Billygoats and led the lead in the first and was up 39- Friday night ,,o game." up stepped up nament should -- team with23points, six"-3ounds, 35 at halftime. The Billygoats Pateros started he also stepped up one steal and two blocks, Clint outscored Manson 18-14 in the out with a 12-11 for US 3" big. Nathan Sandy Hull netted two treys, 13points, third and held off Manson for "Ever since we stepped on the runin the firstbut -- Clint Hull, and Jorge (Lopez) eight rebounds, one assist and the victory. basketball court last Saturday all Mansonoutscored alsohandledtheball one steal, I could think about was not mak- the Billygoats 8- Pateros well for us?' Carlos Mo- ing it to state last year," said 4 in the second to Manson had a rales had one | ClintHull,Paterosbasketballplayer. take a 19-16 lead good game plan and trey, seven !;  ![ "I don't know how I feel right into halftime. Both teams scored it earned them a four-point lead points, three , : * now m I have to let it set in. It 14 in the third and Pateros took with about three minutes left, but reboundsand feels kind of crazy right now." control late in the fourth to over- the Billygoats took advantage of one block,  :,' Clint Hull was-reacting to the take the Trojans with a 20-14 rally. Trojan turnovers to get back into JeradEvans ,i PaterosBillygoats "There was no the game. Jerad Evans and Carlos pitchedinone Working .... ' winning the Dis- " hard hidden punches Morales hit some clutch shots in trey, seven : triclChampionship and-'-'- by either team," theclosing minutes togive Pateros points, one - : with a 50-47 vic- laylng hard said Mike Hull, the lead and eventual victory, reboundand tory over Manson ff. Paterosboysbas- "It feels great it is the best one steal, last Friday night pays 0,.I ketballcoach."We feeling I have ever had," said N a t h a n atWenatcheeHigh -- Mike Hull, couldn't get our Jerad Evans, Pateros basketball Sandy and School. shots to fall in player. MarkStennes Pateros was one Pateros boys the first half but "The hardest part of the sea- both pulled ofthefavoredteams fortunately we got son seems like it is done now," downonere- last year but ended basketball coach to the other end saidJasonCrawley, Paterosbasketball bound, Jorge up losing the dis- ofthegym where player."l am the only remaining Lopezdished trictchampionship the rim was a little member of the state champion- out one as- to Manson and losing to Waterville more forgiving for us." ship team and I would like to go sist, Greg for thesecondberthtothe State B "It was a classic example of out in style my senior year. I Molkjerhad .2 State "a" Boys Lor Game I B- Wed., 9 am. Wanner Gme I Basketball Tournament Bottom Team is Home B : Boys Court Winner Game 17 B . Sat,12 p.m. Gme Winn G ee L Sl i/ace ger Game 21 . 9, Sit., 3 p.m. Game 25 LoJer Game 22 tWhplao, Wimler Game It 9.t,, 1:30 p,m. Game4 Wlnaer Galno 18 ]Loser Game I D- Fdl, t:30 p.llt, Gems 10 .. '!ner Game' B- Thuz., 9 a.m. Game9 B- Fri., 10:.30 a.m. Gazne 17 LoserGame W,lnnr Game 10 B- Thor., 10:30 a.m. Game 10 LoserGsme4 Naperies B. Wed., 10!30 a.m. Gmo2 SL John.Endlcotl Odessa 6- Wed,, 12 p.m, Game 3 Chl I.,chl Camu Chrhtlam B-Wed., 1:30pro. ." Game 4 North WbnGsmell WaxGa|el! ,, ,,,.. LorGame$ B-Tlr,,12p,m. Cunall LolerG|m,6 Le,JerGeme? B ,The., 1:30 p.m. me 12 I,or, qme8 ,Curlew , ,, Pe Ell .we.,6:. te 6 LaConner Dsrrln=lon Yalle Chrlalt, m Dd-les B- Wed., 9:30p,m Gme8 L/I* B-Thw. 5p.m. Game 13 Wlaaer Game 2 WhnGame3 6- Thw. 6:30 pn. Game 14 WLuwGeme 4 Wner Gum S,, B-Th.GPm. Game 15 Wine.Game6 B -The, 9:30 p,m. Gam'lO Wine.Gem8 WnGemel3 B- Fri., 7p.m. Coma 2t WfsneGame 14 __ WnGamei$ B. Fri., 8:30 p.m, Cm, 22 Winner Game 16 Gsm IS Game 16 'Wil{Gaill "Clint went off for us," said Mike Hull. "It seems like every- one that needed to step up for us did just that. We hit our free throws down the stretch in that game." "It is not impossible to win the district championship if you lose but there is definitely an advantage going into Friday unbeaten." Clint Hull put together a tre- mendous offensive game for Pateros and led the team with four treys, 34 points, eight rebounds, four assists and one block, Crawley worked his way in for 12 points, I 1 rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block, Evans had 12 points, one rebound, one assist and one steal, Morales netted seven points, four rebounds and one block, Molkjer added five points, two rebounds, seven assists and one steal and Zahn and Mark Stennes both had two points. Manson's Scan McKenna had six treys and 24 points. The Pateros Billygoats played Curlew on Wednesday, March 4 at the SpokaneArena in the opening round of the State B Boys Bas- ketball Tournament. If they won they will play the winner of the Pe Ell/LaConner game at 8:00 p.m. Thursday and if they lost they will play the loser at 12:00 noon Thursday. WbnGeme21 Vnnw is State ehampi,n IwlanGsme Jason Crawley splits the Manson defense ao the Psteros Blllygoat= followed him to the District Championship win.