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Paoe 6 MArch 22. 2001 Ouad City H~rald .v . . John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507 Quad City, Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday, March 22 Brewster at Cascade, 4:00. Waterville at Mansfield (DH), 3:30; Bridgeport at Wilbur- Creston (DH), 4:00; Tonasket at Brewster, 4:00. Saturday, March 24 Mansfield at Riverside Christian (DH), Noon; Bridgeport at Thorp (DH), 11-00; Day Star at Pateros (DH), ll:00. Entiat at Bridgeport (DH/. 11:00. Pateros, Bridgeport at Oroville, 11:00. Brian Thompson receives congratulations from Saturday against Kettle Falls. John Cleveland II photos his teammates after his game-winning home run last Todd Phillip4 fields this grounder aa Daniel Gebbere backs him up. Brian Thompson wins game for Brewster with eighth-inning home run against Kettle Falls Brewster Bears came through withvictories over Tonasket and Kettle Falls to begin their season. The Bears started out the week with a 4-3 victory over Tonasket last Thursday afternoon. Brewster jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning but Tonasket scored one run in the top of the second to cut the lead to 2-1. The Bears answered with one run in the bottom of the second and one in the fourth inning. Tonasket rallied to score two runs in the fifth inning but the Bears held on for the win. The game was called after Tonasket finished hitting in the top of the fifth inning due to rain and darkness. Chris Busching started the game and went two innings and gave up one earned run, four walks and struck out four bat- ters. Griffin Freels picked up the win with two innings pitched and gave up two hits and struck out three batters. Ryan Brown gained a save on one inning pitched and gave up two earned runs, three hits, one walk and struck out two batters. Cody Gunn caught for Brewster. "Neither team had any errors and that is pretty impressive this early in the season," said S hane Bird, Brewster baseball coach. "We left 10 guys on base in that game and that is not the way we want to start out the season. It was raining and cold and that had something to do with it." Todd Phillips had two walks at the plate for the Bears, Cody Gunn had two walks and one run scored, Ryan Brown was 1-2 with one run scored, Brian Th- ompson was 2-3 with one RBI, Jason Thompson had one walk, Cory S totts had one walk and Chris Busching had one walk and one run scored. The Bears finished off the season with an exciting 6-5 victory over Kettle Falls last Saturday afternoon with Brian Thompson ending the game with a leadoff home run in the bottom of the e!ghth inning. Brewster held a 2-1 lead after the first inning but Kettle Falls rallied for four runs to take a 5-2 lead. The Bears scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings and Brian Thompson hit a game-winning home run to start the bottom of the eighth inning. "That was great--- I was really happy for Brian," said Bird. "He has been hitting the ball well for us." Daniel Gebbers started the game and went three innings and gave up two hits, one run, one walk, one hit and struck out two batters. Griffin Freels went two innings and gave up three hits, four runs on four Brewster errors and struck out one batter. Chris Busching picked up the win for the Bears with three innings pitched and gave up one hit, one walk and struck out four batters. Cody Gunn caught for Brewster and threw out three base runners. Brian Thompson was 1-3 at the plate for the Bears with a sacrifice fly, game-winning home run and two RBIs, Ryan Brown was 1-4 with a single and one RBI and Mac R. Gebbers was 1-2 with a double and one run scored. Hailey Henderson has strong showing at Ephrata JV track meet Bridgeport boys and girls track teams competed at the non-scoring Ephrata JV rack meet last Saturday. Hailey Henderson came through with a second-place finish in the 100 meters, third in the triplejumpin her fn'st try at the event and tied for third in the 200 meters. E. Sanchez also placed sixth in the 100-meter hurdles for the girls and the boys were led by a fourth place finish in the 400-meter relay, fifth place by Leonel Cerda in the 200 meters and sixth place in the 110- meter hurdles by Victor Sanchez. In the girls track meet, Krausse, Ephrata, won the 100-meter hurdles in 17.7 seconds and E. Sanchez, Bridgeport, placed sixth in 22.1; Eackrell, Moses Lake, won the high jump at four-feet eight-inches; K. Stucky, Ephrata, won the 100 meters in 13.5 and Hailey Henderson, Bridgeport, was second in 13.8; Littlefield, Moses Lake, won the pole vault at 7-6; Babler, Lake Roosevelt, won the long jump at 16- 9; Miller, Ephrata won the 1600 meters in 5:47; Omak won the 400-meter relay in 52.8; Culbertson, Omak, won the 400 meters in 1:06; Grubbs, Lake Roosevelt, won the 300-meter hurdles in 50.1; Jahns, Moses Lake, won the triple jump at 30-6.5 and Hailey Henderson, Bridgeport, was :hirdin 29-8 1/4; Ballard; Ephrata, won the javelin at 111-11; Culbertson, Omak, won the 800 meters in 2:45; Grubbs, Lake Roosevelt, won the 200 meters in 27.5 and Hailey Henderson tied for third in 28.34; R. Coleman, Odessa, won the shot put at 29-4; Ephrata won the 800-meter relay in 1:58; Ephrata won the 1600-meter relay in 4:39.2; Flannery, Ephrata, won the 3200 meters in 13:77; T. Klein, Ephrata, won the discus at 83-4. In the boys track meet, Brian Hake, Moses Lake, won the 110-meter hurdles in 17.15 and Victor Sanchez, Bridgeport, was sixth in 18.1; Ron Letz, Moses Lake, won the 100 meters in 11.7; Bruce Benson, Ephrata, won the 1600 meters in 4:57; Nick M yer, Ephrata, won the high at 5-6; Heath Voise, Odessa, won the javelin at 153-0; Chad Rohweder, El rata, won the long jump at 21-1.5; Moses Lake won the 400-meter relay in 46.6 and Bridgeport placed fourth in 49.6; Paul Sauer, Lake Roosevelt, won the 400 meters in 54.1; Tievon Tachell, Omak, won the 300-meter hurdles in 42.9; Kris Saner, Lake Roosevelt, won the 800 meters in 2:03.9; Chris Kennedy, Lake Roosevelt, won the 200 meters in 24.1 and Leonal Cerda was fifth in 25.4; C. Rohweder, Ephrata, won the triple jump at 4(I-4.5; Chris Wash, Ephrata, won the pole vault at 11-0; Brandon Covington, Lake Roosevelt, won the 3200 meters in 10:34.7; Odessa won the 1600-meter re- lay at 3:52.6; Brad Falconer, Ephrata, won the shot put at 44-5.5; Levi (}mud, Ephrata, won the discus at 116-2. The Pateros boys and girls tennis teams "Tamsin and Yuri looked pretty started out the season with victories over sharp for the first match of the sea- Entiat last Monday night, son," said Travis Hellewell, Pateros Pateros girls won4-1 and the boys won tennis coach. "Our doubles had good 4-0. communication." Tamsin Wilson beat Katie Merchant 8- Tao Stealer beat Gene Poe 8-3 in fn'st 0 in first girls singles, Yuri Barrios beat boyssingles, TaylorRainsbeatAlexRojas Krystin O' Brien 8-0 in second girls singles, 8-1 in second boys singles, Jeff Zahn beat Sheila Borst/Katie Dundas beat Megnan Jared Bailes 8-0 in third boys singles, Bayliss/Katie Merchant 8-5 in first girls Geoff Hiltz/Garrett Rains beat Oscar doubles, Nalleli Mota/Maria Villasano beat Avelas/Josh S hort 8 -6 in first boys doubles. China Davis/Sarah Barles 8-1 in second "The boys cut down on unforced errors girlsdoublesandBriannaOgas/Esmeralda as the matches progressed," said Villasano lost to Audra Wanner/Krystin Hellewell."Overall wehad a goodstart to O' Brien 7-5. the season." Bridgeport Mustangs baseball team put gave up three hits, four runs, two earned together a strong effort but suffered a 6-4 runs and struck out four batters. loss to the Lake Roosevelt Raiders last Andrew Mullin was 3-3 at the plate for Saturday afternoon. the Mustangs with two LakeRooseveltjumped RBIs and one run out to a 2-0 lead in the "It bottom of the first but was a pretty scored, Richard Carmackwas 1-4 with Bridgeport rallied to tie good solid a double and one run the game with two runs in scored, Randy Dahl was 2-4 with oneRBI the top of the fourth. The first game," and Cody Dezellem Raiders answered with two runs in the bottom of= D an Andrews was 1-3 with a double the fourth and two runs in and one RBI. thesixthinning.TheMus- Bridgeport baseball coach. "It was a pretty tangs scored one run in good solid first the sixth and seventh in- game," said Dan nings but it was not enough to overtake Andrews, BridgeportboysbasebaUeoach. Lake Roosevelt. "We had trouble fielding the ball a little Randy Dahl started the game at pitcher bit and struck out a lot. We didn't have a and went three innings and gave up three lotofbaserunnersandweneedtoworkon hits, one walk, two earned runs and struck that. Our pitching was pretty good-- we out two batters. Richard Carmack finished only had one walk and six strikeouts. I out the final three innings for the loss and was pretty happy with that." Pateros, Brewster at Okanogan tourney, TBD. Brewstcr at Royal, I I:00. Monday, March 26 Tenms: Oroville at Pateros, 4:00. Golf." Waterv ille, Bridgeport, Brewster at Lake Woods, 3:00. Tuesday, March 27 Brewster at Omak, 4:00. Waterville at Pateros (DH), 3:30; Omak at Brewster, 4:00. Brewster at Okanogan (CTL), 4:00; Pateros at Bridgeport Invite, 4:00. Brewster at Lake Roosevelt, 4:00; Wilson Creek at Pateros, 3:30. Manson, Entiat, Brewster, Bridgeport at Lake Woods, 3:00. Wahluke at Brewster, 4:00. Brewster Bears soccer team started out their season with victories over Omak and Cascade last week. The Bears beat Omak4-1 on March 13 in their season-opener. "We played fairly well but we missed a lot of opportunities to score," said Ernest Santos, Brewster boys soccer coach. "We dominated but we just didn't score." Arturo Rodriguez had two saves for Brewster as goalkeeper. Ernie Santos scored one goal on four shots and dished out three passes, Felix Barcenas had one goal scored on a penalty shot and had two shots on goal, Felix Camacho had one goal on three shots, three comer kicks and had four passes, Tony Infante had one goal on one shot and two passes, Jaime Montiel had four shots on goal, Juvencio Esquival had two shots on goal and Pablo Gutierrez had four shots on goal. Brewster finished out its week with a 1-0 victory over Cascade last Saturday afternoon. "We didn't play the way we should have,' Santos. "'We won --- which is what counts but it is not the way we wanted to play." Arturo Rodriguez had nine saves at goalkeeper and Anibal Rojas had one save. Felix Barcenas had one goal scored,Francisco Camacho had two comer kicks, Emie Santos had four shots on goal, Jaime Montiel had two shots on goal, Pablo Gutierrez had one shot on goal and Rafael Sanchez had one defensive save and two shots on goal. "Arturo had one really g xl game," said Santos. "We were a little lucky. They outplayed us but we just played good on defense." This Brewster soccer player leaps to John Clevolandll photo gain control of the ball. Team Katie Hart, Kittitas Kasey Grindrod, Kittitas Lacy Pfeifer, Wilson Creek Kimber Peters, Mansfield Amber Ajinga, Soap Lake Brandee Coates, Thorp Jessica Gibb, Kiaitas Emily Barto, Thorp Jenny Hart, Kittitas Bridget Poole, Mansfield Holly Lesser, Wilson Creek Jennifer Ajinga, Soap Lake Camille Gibb, Kittitas .Jill Hart, Kittitas Shvonna Pinger, Mansfield Kari Simmons, Mansfield Shannon Savage, Wilson Creek Scarlet Engelhardt, Wilson Creek Blair Alexander, Soap Lake Christie Boorman, Moses Lake Christian Mansfield Paul Wittig, Mansfield