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e Megan Malone named Most Valuable Player in girls contest Bridgeport's Megan Malone andhad six points for Cashmere Bank, Ephrata, had six points, Curtis points, StefanieMorrison, Manson, Beau Palmanteer and Brewster's Braden Draggoo, Omak, had 16Hurlbert, Omak, had 12 points, had three points, Sara DeCoria, Nancy. Rids and Daniel Gebbers points, Jordan Horner, Okanogan, Jeremy Lamb, Eastmont, had five Cascade, had 15 points, Tessa played in the Fourth Annual North had eight points, Tyler Sellers, points, ErikJensen, Oroville, had Evenhus, Eastmont, hadeightpoints Central Washington All-Star Games Eastmont had four points, Daniel threepoints, Marcus Roche, Cascade, and Susie Rantz, Cashmere, had at Wenatchee Valley College last Gebbers, Brewster, had two three- had 14 points, Bryce Chamberlin, nine points. Saturday night, pointers and finished with l0 points, Okanogan, had two points and Alicia Gores, Chelan, had five Senior All-Stars from north central Matt Morgan, Wenatchee, had 10 Jeff Barnes, Entiat, had seven points for Lifeline, Sara Kelly, Washington were separated into two points, Chris Richards, Entiat, points. Wenatchee, had 12points, Megan girls teams and two boys teams, had five points, Shane Ander- Braden Draggoo was named MostMalone, Bridgeport, had 16 points Gebbers and Palmanteer were son, Manson, had five points, Bret Valuable Player for the boys.and eight rebounds, Kim Attridge, placed on the Cashmere Bank All- Ingham, Cashmere, had seven points, CascadeAutoCenterAll-Starsbeat Okanogan, had four steals, Mikayla Stars and they took on the Alpha Beau Palmanteer, Bridgeport, had Lifeline All-Stars 90-55. Lewis, Cascade, had six points, Graphics All-Stars. Malone was two points and four assists and Selah West, Chelan, had four CatrinaDawson, Waterville, had placed on the Lifeline All-Stars and Chris Soth, Manson, had 10points. points for Cascade Auto Center, four points, Andrea Lisenbey, Rios was placed on the Cascade Auto Ryan Franklin, Cashmere, hadAlain Bowman, Ephrata, had 16Okanogan, hadl2pointsandBobbi Center All-Stars. seven points for Alpha Graph- . points, AlethaWalker, Okanogan, Riddell, Waterville, hadthreeassists. The Cashmere Bank All-Stars beat ics, Justin Crosslin, Entiat, had had l2points, NancyRios, Brewster, Alpha Graphics AU-Stars 83-78. 12points, Eric Campbell, Chelan, had nine points and six assists, Megan Malone was named Most Tyler Greenwood, Waterville, had 10 points, Michael Johnson, Kaci Pipkin, Cashmere, had 14 Valuable Player for the girls. To fight fu'es you needtobein top physicalcondi- The 69-flight course includes 1311 steps, 19 steps tion. To run up 69 flights of floors in full firefighting per flight and 788 feet of vertical elevation. combat gear you need to be Rob Dezellem. All proceeds benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Dezellem, a local volunteer firefighter/EMT, tray- Society, Washington/Alaska chapter. eled to Seattle Sunday with fellow firefighters from The race is one in full firefighting gear: boots, Douglas County Fire District #2 in East Wenatchee, pants and coat, helmet and gloves. Breathing to go vertical in the 10 Annual Safeco Firefighter apparatus will be worn and used every step of Challenge. the way. The I0 Annual Safeco Firefighter Challenge was Firefighters starting on the third floor of the 72- held last Sunday, March 18 at the Bank of America floor building and in 20-second intervals raced to the Tower in Seattle - the city's tallest skyscraper. The top. Aquickstoponthe40 floortochangeairbottles Firefighter Challenge is a timed race to the top of the and then a sprint to the finish. Bank of America Tower in full combat gear and Rob made it to the top in less than 18 minutes. The SCBA (Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus). winning time was around 12 minutes. Brice Boesel, 2000 Brewster High School graduate, pitched against a Seattle Mariners minor league base- ball learn in Peoria, Arizona lastSun- day night while relief pitching for Spokane Falls Community College. Spokane Falls scheduled this game with the Mariners rookie league as part of their non-league schedule. Seattle's minor league team was made up of their younger prospects. Boesel pitched and played outfield for Spokane last year m they fell one game short of making the league play- offs last season. st Spokane Falls tied Seattle 5-5 in a really nice and it was in the 70's the nine-inning game last Sunday. Brice whole time we were down there." pitched the seventh inning and did "It was pretty cool but we were not give up a run. He faced five bat- stuck in motels most of the time. We ters and snuck out the first two, one went to a couple of games while we got on by an error, walked the next were down there --- Mariners versus batter and struck out the final batter Indians and Mariners versus Rockies he faced. --- and walked around the Arizona The SeattleMarinersMajorLeague State University campus in Tempe." ballclub was also at the spring train- The Seattle Mariners were also ingeomplex and played the nextgame -- around during the game getting ready after Spok e'was done on Sunday. toplay thenext game. CarlosGuillen "This is the In'st time Spokane has and Brett Boone were taking ground- done something like this for some ers on a nearby field and Jay Buhner time," said Boesel. "The fields were was hitting on another field. Farmers Market opening in Twisp Applications for the Methow Valley Farmers Market will be available to prospective vendors within the next two weeks. The market will open Saturday, April 14; the hours are 9 a.m. to noon at the Methow Valley Commu- nity Center in Twisp. People are encouraged to sign j up now. All people who partici- ': pated in 2000 will receive app!i, cations automatically; new ven- dors can request an application from the market organizers at PO Box 1085, Twisp, WA 98856. Ouad City. H~mld March 22. 2001 P~oA 7 sports Boys Award winners: L to R Back Row: Travia Wittig- Coaches Award, Wade Foiled- Therl Johnson Award, Sam Gipson-Mr. Offense, Cody Wall- Mr. Defenx, Adam Foged- Most Improved, Sportsmenahip Award. Front Row: Aaron Colby-Rookie of the Year Girls Award Winners::L to R Back Row: Halley Greer-Moet Improved, Kimber Peters-Most Inspirational, Rebounder Award; Karl Simmions-Free Throw Award, Kathy Buckingham-Most Improved. Front Row L to R: Britt Bomar-Sportsmanship Award, Bridget Poole-110% Award Paul NitUg the Girls Basketball coach recieved the Coach of the Year. Also the Mansfield Girls Basketball Team recieved the Sportsmanship Award For the "B" League. Information conWibuted by ShvonM Pinger, Mansfield School District e e Mansfield's track and field facility has a new name: Lake Mansell. The lake is formed in a low spot that was not properly filled. All ' of the fields have drainage problems due to a large rock that the school and fields sit on. In most areas on the field, the rock is less than two feet below surface level. Mansfield's athletic fields are located right behind the high school. The football team was able to play on the new faciliy last fall but are still in need of goal posts. The trac k however is under"Lake Mansell" and unable to have any work done on it. The maintenance supervisor and omer school anO c ty employ- ees are curently assessing the lake and trying to find a long term solution. photo courtesy Mansfield School Cont' d from page 2 Deanna Hull and John Taylor were voted Most Valuable 1980-81 basketball season at Pateros High School. Players for the March 21,1991 Co-chairman Beverly Zwar crowns fourth grader Robin Buttler as queen of the Pateros school carnival Saturday, March 16. Miss Bridgeport 1991 is Shannon Hammons chosen at the Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce annual follies. Brewster resident Harold Flynn retired from the United States Post Office after serving 31 years. For the second year Fritz and Donna VanDoren participated in the World Chocolate Extravaganza Show at the Convention Center in Seattle with their Candy Apple booth. Two Brewsterpolice officers placed on administrative leave in late Novem- ber have been returned to duty. Officers Robin Wagg and Helen McKinney returned to work Tuesday, March 19. The selection process for a new principal at Brewster High School has begun. Current high school principal Walt Roys announced his retirement, effective at the end of the school year. Liquor license application Applicants, Brewster Drug, Inc. and Anderson, Ronald Albert have applied to the Washington State Liquor Control Board for the following liquor license: Grocery Store - Beer/Wine Business will be located at: Brewster Drug, 811 Hwy 97, Brewster WA 988120798 Anyone wishing to support or oppose this application should contact the Regulatory Services Division, Washington State Liquor Control Board, 3000 Pacific Avenue SE, Post Office Box 43098, Olympia, Washington 98504- 3098, (360) 664-1600. club schedules summer races The Desert Drifters Motorcycle on to the Riverside Saloon in River- Club is hosting two flat track races in side. Then will end at the fairgrounds the area. in time for the races. The first race is the Mike Marshall August 18 and 19 is the Dog Daze MemorialFlat Track Races on May 6 Rally and Races also to be held at the aftheOkanogan'CountyFairgrounds Okanogan County Fairgrounds Sat- off Highway 97. Races start at noon urday the 18 There will be motor- and will run until done. Practice is cycle skills games, where yon can Saturday between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 compete with others. There are ven- p.m.R.V, spaces and showers are dors on site for meals and music that available, night starting at 8:00 p.m. Fifty-fifty ABATE ofWashington, Okanoganand door prizes given away at breaks. Chapter has scheduled a motorcycle There are 44 R.V. spaces available ride and Awareness Run that same and clean showers with plenty of hot morning. Leaving the forest service water. Sunday is race day. Practice parking lot in Okanogan at 9:00 a.m. starts at 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. the ride willlead to Conconully, then and races start at noon.