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! paej 6 _.April 17, 1980 Quad-City Herald Brewster Heights Packing nips Center for B HP tournament title " ! /i ( Brewster Heights Packing First place team. Brewster Heights Pack- ing narrowly held off an aggressive Brewster Cen- ter basketball team, clip- ping their hometown rivals 128-127 in the champion- ship match Sunday of the first annual Brewster Heights $5,000 Jackpot Basketball Tournament. Brewster Heights Packing defeated V.I.P. In- surance, Twisp, 114-112, in the opening round Friday evening on their way to the title berth and the $2,500 first place purse. Saturday saw the club down Care- Age Cabulance, Spokane 139-122 to earn the play off spot. Brewster Center, spon- sored by Brewster IGA, Brewster Drug and Apple Junction, edged Buck's A&W, Port Orchard, Friday 92-91, to come back and down The Medium, Seattle 139-126 on Satur- day. Brewster Center won $900 for their second place effort. Hosted for the first time in Brewster, the tourney originated in Winthrop in 1976, eight AAU basketball Michael Wiley receives MVP trophy from BHP sponsor and tourney promoter Ed Pariseau. Slam dunks and high jumps by Stuart House delighted unaccustomed audiences. rl 1 Although the first trains were not built till the 1800s, tracks were laid in the 1500s. They helped horses draw heavier loads than they could on ordinary madl. Rawson's For Gals In Brewster Fr]00zz Spring Tops Reg. '8 00 Now s4 99 teams from around the Northwest paired up for the confrontation. Featuring the best of high school and college players, the teams spend post- season traveling to various tourneys. Tournament placing in- cluded The Medium, third; Wirkala Mechanics, Ilwaco, fourth; Care-Age, fifth; V.I.P. Insurance, sixth; and Renton Roadrunners and Buck's A&W. Michael Wiley, playing for Brewster Heights Packing, was selected Most Valuable Player. The All- Star team was selected by the coaches and included John Lasich, Wirkkala; Lorenzo Romar, BHP; Brian Rison, Brewster Center; Clarence Ramsey, BHP; Emir Hardy, Care- Age; Leon Johnson, Medium; Harold Rhoades, Brewster Center; Stuart House, Brewster Center; and Mike Heath, Care-Age. Promoter Ed Pariseau, pleased with the crowd turnout and reception by the town, promises another tourney next year. Mustangs down Manson 7-5 Bridgeport evened their baseball league record to one and one with a two run win over Manson 7-5 in boys B League action. A double hit by first baseman Mark Dunn got the ball rolling for the Mustangs. Randy Dahl and Brad Sloan walked to load the bases preparing the way for a triple hit by Matt Clarkson, scoring 3 RBIs Three more runs were recorded in the second in- ning. Rod Wesselman scored on a forced walk by Dahl and SIoan hit to left field to score Mary Hofer and Mark Dunn. A sacrifice hit by Matt Clarkson in the fifth inning scored catcher Sloan for the Mustangs' final score. Pitcher Chris Alexander had a no-hitter until the seventh and then only gave up one hit. Randy Dahl stepped in to finish the game. Alexander had 11 strike outs and gave up eight walks. R H E 7 3 6 Bridgeport 5 1 6 manson Bridgeport claimed both sections of a non- conference double-header with Ephrata junior var- sity, 6-3 and 8-3. Brad Sloan, the first game's winning pitcher, highlighted the second game with a single, triple and a home run to score 4 RBIs. Randy Dahl pitched the winning second game. "They are working I FARM ,==4= '! FENCING SUPPLIES Fence S975 Guard Gal. Stops horses from chewing wood fences, stalls and doors. Penta- Post Treatment ,o., s9.25 Also 5 Gal. Size hard," said Coach Kevin Graffis. "We are starting to play pretty good ball." R H E 6 6 1 Bridgeport 3 4 1 Ephrata 8 9 7 Bridgeport 3 4 7 Ephrata Plastic Baler Twine ,t Superinr Knot Strength ,- Won't Itut or Mildew Uniform - Clean - Continuous Fiber Moisture Proof ,, Non-attractive to rodents 7,200 9,000 Wire Replacement Barbed Wire Steel Posts " Poultry Netting I Phone 689-2423 Brewster Grange Supply 8 to 5 Monday thru Friday 8 to 12 noon,Saturdays I WII00DOW 00SBI/ll'lGS,, L_ e:.". '"' : ..... '---:''( ;:: .............. :7:?;;2!:' (>"  i. / -. : ......... .,:.::7 . '  iS / .... : "  -,. 4.':. Oak with Pecan Finish 'ff I I I I I Ir I, Queen size frame, box springs, mattress, lamp, dreer & mirror, chest, headboard & nigMstand Total package worth $1235.85 Special ,70000 of the Week! Webster's Furniture Brewster PROTECT YOURSELF AGAIHS1 Ranchers and Orchard isis Vote'? 107 W. Main Brewster ' Hail All Crops Wind Reds - (;oldens - IVinesops IVIteot Coverage Now Take until June 1 to pay cash And Still Receive 10 % Discount Or October Deferrc,! Payment Available No Discount Fire All Crops o  Co,,. Youngblood Insurance Telephone 689,2142