Newspaper Archive of
Quad City Herald
Brewster, Washington
Lyft
March 12, 1998     Quad City Herald
PAGE 9     (9 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 9     (9 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 12, 1998
 

Newspaper Archive of Quad City Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




The Peteroe fourth graders AAU boys basketball team is made up of Seen Hiltz, Tony Blackburn, Gabe Bighouse, Brent Ehlenbach, coach John Slater, Andrew Armstrong, Drysen Ellis and Reed Slade. Pateros fourth graders win in Entiat The Pateros fourth grade AAU boys basketball team won an Entiat Basketball Tournament on February 13-14. Pateros beat Entiat 23-18, beat Bridgeport 16-9, beat Entiat 10-4 and beat Bridgeport 10-5 for the championship. The last two games were only two quarters. Sean Hiltz,Tony Blackburn, Gabe Bighouse, Brent Ehlenbach, coach John Slater, Andrew Armstrong, Drysen Ellis and Reed Slade made up the Pateros fourth grade team. S.T.O.K.E.R. Race slated March 22 The Fourteenth Annual S.T.O.K.E.R. Race is scheduled for March 22, 1998. It appears that there will be plenty of snow for the race and racers will go directly from the Alpine Ski leg to the Nordic ski leg at Loup Loup Ski Bowl. All vehicles which enter the Sno Park at Peacock Meadows must have a Sno Park permit or run the risk of a ticket. Race entries must be postmarked by March 14, 1997, to avoid a late registration fee of $5.00 per racer, however race entries will be accepted through March 21. Early registration will ensure racers get the race T-shirt sizes requested. Registration and race check-in will be held at East Omak Elementary School, Omak, on March 21, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Racers may also check-in at the school on race day from 6:30 - 7:00 a.m. Anyone wanting information about the race or wanting a race brochure and application should call Scot D. Stuart, S.T.O.K.E.R. Race director and leave their name, address and phone number, or write to S.T.O.K.E.R., P.O. Box 1356, Omak, Washington, 98841. Team 4 Final Pateros 20 34 25 t7 96 Pe Ell 15 14 44 Meetings set for Okanogan County Relay for Life An Okanogan County Relay for Life team captain meeting will be held at noon and again at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 18. To accommodate volunteers' sched- ules, two meeting times are set up that day. The noon meeting will be held at Omak City Hall. The 6 p.m. meeting will be in the Omak Library Pioneer room. Captains are asked to attend one meeting to share fund- raising strategies and plan the event. Meetings are also set for those times and locations April 15. The 1998 Relay, a 24-hour fund- raising event for the American Can- cer Society, will be held May 15 - 16 on the Okanogan High School track, Team recruitment is under way. Anyone interested in forming a team can attend one of the meetings or contact Cindy and Allen Rose, Omak. The Relay for Life is an event for the American Cancer Society to raise funds for cancer research, education and patient services. Team members begin walking at4 p.m. Friday, two hours earlier than previous years. Opening ceremonies and a survi- vors' lap will be at 7 p.m. The lumi- nary ceremony, a celebration of hope and remembrance, begins at 10 p.m. Live entertainment will be offered Friday and Saturday. Donations of cash, services and food items for the 24-hour event are welcome. More information is avail- able from Marie Dunlap, chairwoman of the event. Pateros Billygoats Cont'd from page 8 20-6 first and tied a State B Bas- ketball Tournament record with a 34-9 second quarter to go into half time up 54-15. The Billygoats went on a 25-15 rally in the third and outscored Pe Ell 17-14 in the fourth for the final 96-44 score --- tied another state tourney record. "It wasn't the fact we looked good but that our kids did not want to go home yet," said Hull. "Our kids put on a pretty good show. We got a lot of great indi- vidual performances." The 96 points scored tied the record the 1995 Pateros Billygoats set for most points scored in a single game, the 34 points scored in the second quarter tied the record Cathlamet set in 1983 and Garfield-Palouse set in 1992 for the most points scored in a quarter, and the 52-point winning differential tied the record Coulee City set in 1973 for largest differen- tial. Pateros also set a new standard for shooting with a 64-percent field goal shooting which broke the record held by Coulee City with a 59.7 average in 1973. Crawley had the hot hand for Pateros and led the way with one trey, 34 points, one block, 10 rebounds and one steal, Clint Hull was 6-10 on his three-pointers and finished with 26 points, two blocks, eight rebounds and 11 assists, Mark Stennes had 11 points, five rebounds and two steals, Morales put in six points, two re- bounds, one assist and one steal, Jorge Lopez netted one trey, five points, one rebound, four assists and one steal, Moikjer had five points, two rebounds, five assists and two steals,Zahn netted four points, Sandy had two points, one rebound, three assists and one steal, Jerad Evans ,canned two points, three rebounds and four assists, Kevin Stennes pitched in one point, two rebounds and one assist. Pe Eli's Matt Coleman had 14 points and Kai Maxwell added eight points. The Darrington Loggers concen- trated its defense on Clint Hull and held him to just two points for the entire game in a 73-58 loss, and knocked the Billygoats out of the state tournament --r'/.,,,,, last Friday after- i l l.y noon. Darrington put beat iJs a 1-3 chaser de- up and fens on Pateros, which is a 1-3 down zonedefense with one defender the floor" chasingClintHull Mike in man-to-man B defense. Hull had Hull trouble getting good looks at the basket. Pateros held a 15-14 lead after the first but Darrington answered with a 19-10 second to go into halftime up 33-25. The Loggers took control of the game with a 2 I-9 run in the third and held off a 24-19 run by the Billygoats in the fourth. "They beat us up and down the floor," said Hull. "Both teams that beat us really lit us up." "Jason had a great game. He crashed the boards hard and was tough of- fensively." "I don't think we were aggressive f3uad City. Horald March 12 19#8 Paaa 9 John F. Cleveland II photo Carlos Morales goes up for a shot over this Curlewdefender but the second ranked Cougara were too muoh for Pateros. Cmwley picked up the slack on of- fense and dominated inside the paint to lead the Billygoats with 24 points, 10 rebounds and one trey, Morales pitched in one trey, 16 points, seven rebounds and one steal, Molkjer net- ted two treys, eight points, two assists, three rebounds and one steal, Mark Stennes had four points and one assist, Jorge Lopez had two points, one assist and two rebounds, Evans canned two points, six assists and one steal, Hull had two points, six assists, eight re- bounds and one steal, Dustin Mauk had one assist and Zahn pulled down two rebounds and one steal. Darrington's Ned Miller had 25 points and Dennis Pomeroy and Dennis SherriU both had 17. This loss knocked the Pateros Billygoats out of the state tourna- Team Final Darrington 14 19 21 19 73 Pateros 15 10 24 58 defensively-- like we had been the. ment which was won by ChiefLeschi, last two weeks.' .... second went to Valley Christian, third went to St. John Endicott, fourth was La Conner, fifth Odessa, sixth Curlew, seventh St. George's and Darrington was eighth. Jason Crawley finished the tourna- ment with 71 points over three games to average 23.7 points per game and Clint Hull had 58 points over three games to average 19.3 points per game. Crawley was the leading scorer in both average and total points scored and earned a spot on the first team all- tournament team. Hull was the ninth leading scorer of the tournament. Pateros loses seven seniors to graduation m Jason Crawley, Carlos Morales, Nathan Sandy, Chris Zahn, Dustin Mauk, Greg Molkjer and Brian Crooks. "'From a work standpoint these seven seniors did a great job," said Hull. "They worked hard in practice and it took their hard "We are work to get US tO Spo- IOSlna kane." v "We are losing seven seniors and have some holes to fill, but we have good kids waiting in the shadows. If they set some goals for themselves and work hard in the off season we should get off and running next year." seven seniors and have some holes to fill..." - Mike Hull 3rd Annual Senior Classic to be held in Tonasket The 3rd Annual Senior Classic, a game that matches class A all-stars against class B all-stars from girls and boys teams in Okanogan County and the surrounding area, will be held this Saturday at Tonasket High School with the girls beginning at 6:30 p.m. and the boys at 8:00 p.m. A team made up of senior all. stars from the class A boys will challenge the class B boys, and a team made up of senior all-stars from the class A girls will take on the class B girls. The event is sponsored by Hedlund Chevrolet of Tonasket and Heat- stroke Printing of Okanogan. The class A boys team will be made up of Braxton Cleman, Chris Silva and Justin Gilbert, all from Oroville, Steve Darnold and Jer- emy Day, both from Lake Roosevelt, Sol Horner, Okanogan, Brad Call, Tonasket, Chad Prewitt, Liberty Bell. The class B boys will be made up of Jason Crawley and Carlos Morales, both from Pateros, Kris Kuchenmeister, Republic, Nathan Davis and Scan Jeffries, both from Manson, Ei'ich Prazak and Gun- ner Olsen, both from Curlew, Bryan Draper, Entiat, Zak Tonseth, Thorp. The class A girls will be made up of Elizabeth Rios and Lareasa Bowman, both from Brewster, Toni Stanger and Dana Isadore, both from Lake Roosevelt, Jocelyn Merkley, Okanogan, Nikki Free- man and Marci Weisgerber, both from Tonasket, Deidra Monroe, Oroville, Jennifer Paluck and Beau Born, both from Liberty Bell. The class B girls will be made up of Annie Neuneker, Pateros, TracieAndrews and Linnaea Freeman, both from Wilson Creek, Katie Davis and Shayla Gaytan, both from Manson, Jodi Johnson, Entiat, Kasey Cameron, Thorp, Beverly Jantzer, Thorp. The coaches for the boys will be Greg Franz, Wenatchee Valley College men's basketball coach, and Gary Goble. The coaches for the girls will be Marco Azurdia, WVC women's basketball coach, and Tara Fancher and Jenny Freeman, both WVW women's basketball players. YESTERYEARS March 10, 1988 The Brewster Kiwanis Club will honor long-time vocational agricul- ture teacher Dennis Swanbergat their annual Teacher of the Year Banquet. The Pateros High School Drama Club will present the three act mys- tery/comedy "The Shelton Walks." Included in the cast are Brian Campbell, Audrey Wilson, Angle Neville, Aaron Hagenbuch, Alice Precht, Shawn Morgan, Tammy White, Nick Ramsey, Becky White and Christy Keniston. Eunice and Lewis Gipe of Bridge- port are the proud parents of a baby girl. Approximately 20 gold necklaces were taken after burglars broke into the Coast to Coast Store in Bridgeport sometime early Sunday, March 6. March 16, 1978 Pat Harrington, most recently of Cle Eium, has joined the Brewster Police Department in the position of patrolman it was announced by Larry Cline, Brewster's Chief of Police. Tim Lockwood, professional pho- tographer, has opened a temporary studio in his home in Pateros. Brewster High School and won top honors in the "B" class division in the North Central Washington area Large Group Band Contest held in Wenatchee Saturday. Claudette Smith and Deann Smith, both of Brewster High School, left Sunday to attend a poetry workshop in Yakima for creatively gifted students. John Scheller is this week's Brewster FFA member. He is the Honorary Advisor for the Chapter this year. Receiving straight "A's" for their scholastic efforts at Brewster High School are seniorTom Heath; sopho- mores Licia Rose, Nancy Almond; and freshman Ron Knowlton; junior Susan Shaw. Pateros students earning a 4.00 grade for winter trimester are: se- nior Jim McChristian; junior Jama Bryant; sophomoreTom Burnett,Carl Smith; and freshman Joan Curtis. March 13, 1958 The Pateros PTA Carnival, Hol- land Holidays. will be March 15. Marilyn Stone, Janelle Campain, Carol Snowden and Linda Johnson are the queen contestants. Dolph Varrelman, resort owner at Alta Lake is constructing a walk-in outdoor motion picture theatre. The annual installation dinner of officers of the Bridgeport Junior Women was held March 6. Mrs. Stanley S terley was voted as Woman of the Year. New officers are: Mrs. Glenn Wiese, president; Mrs. Stan Sterley, vice president; Mrs. Bruce Monroe secretary and Mrs. Don Bigelow, treasurer. Mrs. Virgil Fomey was the installing officer. Entertain- ment was by the Triads, Pat Washburn, Janet Stone and Alice Berry. The girls were accompanied by Mrs. William Thomsen on the piano. March 11, 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Jansen have purchased the Brewster Bakery. Their "doodle-bug" a small pickup truck for delivering their bakery goods to the different stores has caused quite a sen- sation among the old-timers in town, Miss Janis Pryor, daughter of Mrs. Eva Pryor, of Pateros, was married to Tex Troutman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Troutman, of Bridge- port, in double-ring ceremony Sat- urday, March 6, in the Pateros Meth- odist Church. Miss Nita Lilly completed her nurse's training at the Spokane Dea- coness hospital March 3. Private Jimmie E. Rogers of Brewster, son of Hanco O. Rogers, has successfully completed the rigid five weeks Basic Airborn Course at the Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA., and was awarded the official U.S. Army Parachute Wings on March 1. Wade Troutman officiated at the annual meeting of stockholders of the Brewster Grange Supply, Inc. He in- troduced the new manager Gene McLean. Pat Troutman, former man. ager, is going to farming. March 16, 1928 Everyday there are 55 automobile accidents in Washington serious enough to be reported to insurance companies and relayed by them to Commissioner H.O. Fishback. Twenty thousand accidents were reported last year, the insurance department's study has just revealed. S everal real estate deals have been made this past week. Mart Smith sold some acreage in the Virginia City addition to Clarence Ward and D.S. Gamble sold ten acres of land near the the School House to Lessard and Ward. Mr. Lessard and Mr. Ward expect to set their land to orchard this spring. Crimson and white... Third and fourth grade room. Homer Perkins has returned to our school. Janet Sines brought us some beautiful built-cups. Billie Burke has made m a tooth poster. The boys are ahead of the girls in the responsibility contest.