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-- - - -'t: page a March 12. 1998 Quad CiW Herald QCH sports State B Basketball All-Tournament Teams Boys - First Team Jonathan Redding, Chief Leschi Jason Crawley, Pateros Michael Spuler, Valley Chris- tian Gunner Olsen, Curlew (tie) Jeremy Groth, Curlew and Ned Miller, Darrington Second Team Lament Trent, Chief Leschi Borin Lach, Chief Leschi Brandon Odell, La Conner Brian Sears, Valley Christian Grant Bafus, St. John-Endicott Girls. First Team Katie Davis, Manson Alyssa Erickson, Wilbur- Creston Shannon Russell, Ritzville Wenchi Liu, St. George's Megan Yerxa, Ritzville Second Team Anne Bickelhaupt, Waitsburg Carrie Spencer, Napavine Heather Cox, Tekoa- Oakesdale Miranda Routh-Corker, St. George's Mandi Waiters, Sprague- Harrington State B Basketball Tournament Boys Championship (1st & 2nd) Team 1 2 3 40TFinal Chief Leschi 15 15 21 19 70 Valley Christian 8 11 15 17 51 3rd & 6th St. John-Endicott 16 11 18 7 29 63 Curlew 7 21 13 1126 60 4th & 7th La Conner 10 7 13 14 44 St. Geo,e'-- - 7 10 29 5th & 8th Odessa 11 13 14 12 50 Darrington 12 6 11 16 45 Girls Championship Oat & 2rid) Ritzville7 14 12 17 50 Wilbur-Creston 11 6 5 15 37 3rd & 6th St. George's .......... 12 10 8 .14 44 Sprague-Harrington 10 11 9 13 43 4th & 7th Manson 12 17 9 28 66 Sunnyside Christian 12 19 16 9 56 5th & 8th Waitsburg 11 16 12 11 50 Tekoa-Oakesdale 9 12 3 9 33 State B Basketball Tournament Leaders Boye - Scoring Player School Games Points Average Crawley Palates 3 71 23.7 Olssn Cudew 4 70 17.5 Groth Cudew 4 69 17.3 Miller Darrington 4 66 16.5 Floch Odessa 4 65 16.3 Trent Chief Leschi 4 62 15.5 SherdU Darrington 4 61 15.3 Sears Valley Christian 4 59 14.8 Hull Palates 3 58 19,3 Odell LaConner 4 58 19.3 Bafus St, John-Endicott 4 58 14.5 Rebounding Sherrill Darrington 4 47 11.8 , Koss La Conner 4 43 10.8 Olsen Curlew 4 40 10 Redding Chief Leschi 4 40 10 Odell La Conner 4 38 95 Floch Odessa 4 36 9.0 Sandin Valley Christian 4 35 8.8 Smith Valley Christian 4 33 8.5 Jeske Odessa 4 32 8.0 Prazak Cudew 4 30 7.5 Team Final Curlew 13 20 28 18 79 Patero$ 16 15 15 18 64 Glover Shoreline Christian 3 44 14.7 Waiters Sprague-Harrington 4 44 11.0 Rebounding Davis Manson 4 59 14.8 Engles Sprague.Harrington 4 42 10.5 Biekelhaupt Waitsburg 41 10.3 Eriekson Wilbur-Creston 4 41 10.3 McCaw Waitsburg 4 38 9.5 Gayton Manson 4 36 9.0 Henley St, George's 4 31 7.8 Heather Den Boer Sunnyside Christian 4 31 7.8 Nelson Wilbur-Creston 4 31 7.8 Yerxa Ritzville 4 30 7.5 PIONSHI John F, Cleveland II photos Clint Hull drives past a Darrington defender but he had trouble getting his offensive game going and Pateros lost to the Loggers last Friday afternoon.The Billygoata picked up a strong performance from Jason Crawley against the Loggers but it was not enough to advance them into the trophy round. State title eludes Pateros Billygoats Jason Crawley named to first team All-Tournament after leading in scoring The Pateros Billygoats' dreams of a state championship were shot down in the opening round of the State B Basketball Tournament at the Spokane Arena on March 4 by the Curlew Cougars with a 79-64 loss. Pateros had been ranked the top B school in the state of Washington for most of the year, except for the brief time Curlew held "1 am extremely proud of this II that position. Curlew dropped to the second ranking after having to forfeit three games forplaying some players too many quarters. "I think everybody that goes to state goes there with high expec- tations," said Mike Hull, group... Pateros boys basket- - Mike Hull ballcoach."Ourdreams were taken away in that first night, but I think just being over there playing in The Arena will give them good memories." "I am extremely proud of this group. Any time you can rack up 24 wins versus just three losses it has been a good season." Curlew had fell on hard times during its District 7-B Basketball Tournament and lost three of its five games, and took the fourth seed into the state tournament. Pateros held a slight 16-13 lead after the first quarter and were up by six points early in the second but the Cougars took a 33-31 lead into halftime. Curlew went on a 28-15 rally in the third to take control of the game and played even with Pateros in the final quarter to win 79-64. "I just think that was probably the toughest first round match-up ever," said Hull. "In the third quarter they got on a tear -- we have never had anybody light us up like that." Clint Hull kept the Billygoats in the game with a strong offensive game and led the team with one trey, 30 points and eight rebounds, Jason Crawley worked his way inside for 13 points, six rebounds and one trey, Jorge Lopez hit one trey and ended with five points and three rebounds, Greg Molkjer had five points, Jerad Evans pitched in five points and three rebounds, Carlos Morales put in four points and two rebounds, Mark Stennes netted two points, Chris Zahn pulled down five rebounds, Nathan Sandy and Brian Crooks both had one rebound. Curlew's Jeremy Groth had 28 points, Gun- ner Olsen put in 16 points, Caleb Edwards added 14 points and Eric Prazak had 10 points. Groth hit three of his six three-pointers during a 21-6 third.quarter run. The Cougars had Gunner Olsen, 22.4, Jer- emy Groth, 17, Erich Prazak, 15.3, Seth Cribby, 10.3, all averaged double figures during the year and Caleb Edwards, 9.6, and J.B. Olsen, 7.1, were near double figures. The Billygoats rebounded off their opening round loss with a dominating 96-44 victory over Pe Ell last Thursday afternoon. Pateros took control from the start with a ........... cont'd on page 9 Glrll. Scoring o.,. 00.o.on, I ull's Hogs Tourney Erickson WUbur-Creston ,m 4 85 21.3 Routh-Corker St. George's ,,, 1. 1:tile weekend in Pateros Bickelhaupt Waitsburg 4 71 17.8 Liu St. George's 4 63 15.8 Spencer Napavine 3 62 20:7 The Tenth Annual Hull s Hogs Hoop first place if you lose one game. . Cox Tekoa-Oakesdale Tournament will be held this Friday There will be 10 teams playing in the 4 53 13.3 Russel Ritzville 4 50 12,5 through Sunday at the Pateros High basketbail tournament beginning at ap' Arden Wilbur-Creston School gym. proximately 5:30 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m, 4 48 12.0 It will be a modified double elimina- Saturday and 8:30 a.m. Sunday. The lion tourney, but all teams will be guar- championship game is scheduled for anteed three games; You can not get 2:30 p.m Sunday. 3noo00out winners Youth baseball Austin Benson and Derin Benson both qualified for the State Hot Spot Shootout at Lacey, Washington on February 28 after winning their divisions in the Chelan County Shootout. Austin finished first at state in the 7- 8 year-old age group and Derin was fifth at state in the 9-10 year-old age group. organizing in Bridgeport Bridgeport Youth Baseball will have a parent organization meeting on Mon- day, March 16at 7:00 p.m. in the Bridge- port Middle School library. Jorge Lopez pulls up for a Jumper at the free-throw line as he showed strong ballhandling skills for the Pateros Billygcets at state. Hunter.00 safety classes offered in Chelan North Cascades quire successful completion of a run until approximately 9:00 p.m. ,,,_ Sportsman sClub hunter safety course before they On Saturdays a range day is held ,il ' will offer two will issues license. In Washing- at the NCSC facility located in i '.'( Hunter Safety ton, if one was born after January Washington Creek. Studentswili (,'dlL.l'_-.. ] Education classes 1, 1970 and cannot produce a pre- be required to demonstrate what in 1998. The first viously purchased hunting license, they have learned and demon- ,,,x31iri' [ "q---.'i. .. is to.be held be- one will be required to show proof strata the ability to handle fire ginnmgonMarch ofsuccessfulcompletionofahunter arms safely. At 1:00 p.m. a writ- 30andrunnlngthroughApril4.Reg- safety course, ten test will be administered and istrations should be completed and sent in by March 20. The second class begins August 24 and runs through August 29. Registration should be completed by August 14. Registration forms and infor- mation may be acquired at Lake Chelan Sporting Goods and Pawnshop located next to the Eagles on Chelan's main street. The course has a $5.00 fee and wil! be taught in the up- stairs class room of the Chelan Fire Hall. Adults hunting out of state may find that those other states re- By law there can be no age discrimination for course participants. The NCSC does, however, require that any participant under the age of twelve be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at each session. The course consists of five nights of instruction, demonstration and question and answer segments. The first night class will begin at 6:30 p.m. to allow time for registration matters and to dis- tribute materials. The remainder of classes begin at 7:00 p.m. and cards will be issued to those who have successfully completed the course. Before one signs up they must know that the state requires a minimum of twelve hours of in- struction. This means that there can be no absences for any rea- son. Students from all over the area are welcome. One does not need to live in Chelan For enrollment may contact Ron Camp, in Chelan and he will mail out the forms needed.