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Brewster track team nipped at P-D meet Bear leap BrewstersTddDezeemstreaksfrdstanceinbradjumpeventduringocahighshoomeet recently. Forest Service Report Road Conditions with Rock Lake Rd. Teats tation office in Okanogan at ts trout fishing to be good in Many forest roads are muddy and hazardous to travel. Expect temporary road closures until road beds dry out. oulee Road is open to North Fork Camp. Rd. No. 352 is closed at the Loup-Loup campground. Most other forest roads are temporarily closed until road beds dry out. Spring activities are begin- ning to occur on the Okanogan National Forest. Anglers are anxiously awaiting the April 26 opening day of fishing season on lowland lakes. Campgrounds are becoming accessible. You are invited to use these facilities, although no ser- vices are provided this early in the season. Please pack your trash home. Temporary road closures are still in effect, recent wet weather keeping roads mud- dy and unsafe to travel. Leonard Berg, of the Washington State Depar- tment of 'Transportation reports opening day for the North Cascades highway is planned for 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22. If you plan to travel this route call the Department of Transpor- 509/422-3280 for up-to-date information. Wildlife Managment The Twisp and Winthrop Ranger Districts are now planting 9,000 bitterbrush plants to improve deer win- ter range in the Methow Valley. Seeds for the project were collected locally and plants were grown by the Colvile Confederated Tribes' nursery near Nespelem. The planting crews, led by Forest Selce and wildlife biologist Delbert Griego, in- cluded Forest Service and Washington State Depart- ment of Game employees. This is the second year for bitterbrush planting to revitalize over-mature bit- terbrush stands. The old plants are dying out, reducing vital winter range feed for mule deer. Fishing outlook The Washington State Department of Game repor- Okanogan County lowland lakes for the season's opening. Prospects for Alta, Big Twin, Blue, Conconully Reservoir, Long, Moccasin, Perrygin, Round, Spectacle and Wannacut Lakes appear good for 10-14 inch rainbows. Fish Lake is reported as ex- cellent. Prospects are repor- ted to be fair at Aeneas, Con- conully Lake, Green, Leader, Palmer and Patter- son. Campgrounds Campgrounds are becoming accessible. No garbage collection has begun and freezing tem- peratures keep water systems turned off. Conconully District Camp. grounds now accessible are: Cottonwood, Kerr, Kootenai, Oriole, Sugarloaf. Twisp District reports JR and War Creek campgroun- ds are now snowfree. All other campgrounds are still snowed in. Twisp Ranger District - - Road closures are still in ef- fect on McFarland Creek Rd. No. 3108 from Junction with County Road No. 1020 and Forest Rd. No. 3107, But- termilk Creek Rd. No. 330 from junction of Forest Rd. No. 3324 to Junction of Forest Rd. No. 3322. There is no logging traffic occurring due to very muddy road con- ditions. Tonasket Ranger District - - Snow is melting and roads are soft and muddy. Peony Creek Rd. No. 3622 is open and in fair condition. Logging traffic is on Sweat Creek-Fir Mountain Rd. No. 3711. Conconully Ranger District - Salmon Meadows Rd. No. 391 is open to Kerr camp- ground. South Fork Salmon No. 352 is open to junction by Bill Vallance Brewster cindermen themselves lagging ten poin- ts behind at the finish of the track meet held April 17 in Cougar territory, with PD winning 116 to 106 in the all day competetion. "This track meet was dif- ferent from other meets, because they had prellminarys in the after- noon, then bad the finals that evening, which meant a lot of work for the kids!" said Jack McMlllan, coach of the Bears. Brewster took first place in the mile relay with Ron Knowlton, Gary Knowlton, Kelly Brown and Todd Dezellem gaining the honors. Ron Knowiton also took first in the 100 meter dash with a 11.7 second win. He also placed first in the Javelin, throwing 172 ft. He then placed third in the 200 meter dash. Gary Knowlton took a first in the 110 meter high hurdles with a 16.4 and first in the 300 meter low hurdles for a 42.6 win. He took second in the Javelin with 163 foot one inch throw, Kelly Brown captured a second in the 800 meter run and 4th in the 400 meter dash. Todd Dezellem took 2nd in the triple Jump. In the 1600 Meter run, Manuel Orozco took fourth place and he placed 2rid in the 3200 meter run. Second place in the pole vault was won by Ed Rlggan. Ed Riggan, Todd Dezellem, Kelly Brown and Norm Swezey teamed up to gain a fourth place in the 400 meter relay. The girls captured 43 poin- ts which was a "good showing for only six glris out for track," said McMillan. Cindy Bailey took second place and Stacy Fitzhugh took fifth in the 300 meter hurdles. Nina Hagy took a 2rid in the 1600 meter run and a 3rd in the 800 meter run. Tracy Brown took 5th in the 800 meter run with Ron- da McWhorter capturing 6th in the 200 meter dash. The 400 meter relay team, consist/ag of Darla Brown, Tennis results Brewster Boys 4 Pateres 1 1st Singles - John Taylor (P.) def. Scott Benge 6-0, 6-0. 2rid Singles - Brent Johnston (B.) def. Roger Gnlledge - 4- 6, 6-3, 7-6. 3rd Singles - Doug Ross (B.) def. Darren McEuin 6-4, 6-0. 1st Doubles - Tom ReichertY- Curtis Fox (B.) def. Steve Hook/Tim Williams 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. 2nd Doubles - Jon Symonds/- Mike Symonds (B.) def. Kelly Hook/Kevin Hixon 6-1, 6-2. JV - Jeff Smith (B.) def. Pateres JV 6-2, 63. Pateros Girls 5, Brewster O. 1st Singles Sherri Nelson (P.) def. Marcl Benge 6-0, 6- 1. 2rid Singles - Kim Taylor (P.) def. Darla Pritcbard 6- 0,6-0. 3rd Singles Colleen Meadows (P.) def. Pam Tradup 60, 0- 1st Doubles Barbara Smith/- Jessica Meyer (P.) def. Pam Dodge/Tawnl Sehutter 0-I, 6- 0. 2rid Doubles - Joanna Bur- netVTrina Foster (P.) def. Angle Gamio/Jackie Gleason 6-0, 6-1. JV Angle Gamio/Jackle Gleason (B.) def. Pateros Doubles 8.4. Browster Boys 5 Tonasket O Ist Singles- Scott Benge (B.) def. Mike Johnson 6-3, 2-6, 0- I. 2nd Singles - Brent Johnston (B.) def. Rick Picketing 6-1, 6-0. 3rd Singles - Doug Ross (B.) def. Mike Leavell 6.4, 7-6. Ist Doubles - Tom Reichert/. Curtis Fox (B.) def. Cole Leggett/Wayne Asmussen 6- 0,63. 2nd Doubles. Jon Symon- ds/Mike Symonds '(B.) def. Jim Monroe/Matt Kirkland 3-6, 6-1, 63. JV Jeff Smith (B.) def. Grog Daigle &4. Tonasket Girls 5 - Brewster O 1st Singles Jill Fisher (T.) def. Marcl Benge 6-2, 6-2. 2nd Singles -Stacy McIntrye (T.) def. Darla Pritcbard 6- 1,0-3. 3rd Singles - Mary Leggett (T.) def. Pare Tradup 6-7, 6- 2, (7-4). 1st Doubles - Teresa Zook/- Carmen Pratt (T.) def. Pam Dodge/Tawnl Sehutter 6-0, 0- O. 2nd Doubles - Terri Devereaux/Teresa Howell (T.) def. Angle Gamio/Cin- die Furman 6-2, 63. Browster Boys 5 Manses O 1st Singles- Scott Benge (B.) def. Grog Durbin 6-2, 63. 2nd Singles - Brent Johnston (B.) def. Jeff McKenale 6-I, 6-2. 3rd Singles - Curtis Fox (B.) def. John Johnson 6*0, 60. 1st Doubles - Doug Ross/- Tom Reichert (B.) def. Rick Reed/Greg Fullingten 6-0, 6- 0. 2nd Doubles - Jon Symonds/- Mike Symonds (B.) def. John Emerich/Tom Howell 6-1, 6-2. JV Jeff Smith (B.) def. Tom Howell 7-6, 63. Jon Symonds (B.) def. Brock Gibson 63. Brewster Girls 2- Manson Z 1st Singles - Mona Miller (M. def. Marci Benge 6-2, 6-4. 2nd Singles - Erin Finley (M.) def. Darla Pritcbard 6- 3,63. 3rd Singles Pam Tradup (B.) def. Karl Robinson 46, 64, 62. 1st Doubles - Erin Finley/- Annette Smith (M.) def. Pare Dodge/Tawnl Schutter 6-0, 7-5. (Did not count). 2rid Doubles - Angle Gamio/. Cindie Furman (B.) def. Reggle Sherman/Janelle Grifflth - 7-6, 6-2. JV Reggle Sherman (M.) def. Jackie Gleason 6-3. Show Your Clear Appreciation. Secretaries' Week, April 20-24. Bears win two Jim Cutul/scores a run for Brewster as the Bears took a double header baseball game defeating Kfttitas 12-11 in seven in- nlngs and 11-3 in the five inning nightcap. Looking on is Gordy Martin (16) and Chris Morris (9). Umpire Is Les McCnllough. Plastic S,gns All signs 8"x12" Beware of Dog For Sale Sorry-We're Closed No Trespassing and many more QUICK Quad'City Herald Brewster Tel. 689-2507 ,llllRllllfllll, 1111Hnilllllllll,  , flEimUlgMiIMmun1iliP liNIIIm'lNnmlllkq O 2nd Annual yr qg=: Brewster Kiwanis " Community Auction !I !I Proceeds provide funds for community projects and services II Accepting-- II I! Gooo used (or new)household items. Tools, furniture, II . toys, appliances, etc. for our auction, j Call: 689-2752 or 689-2003 or 686-7802 , " for free pickup of donated items T007 Teleflora's "You're Clearly The Best" Floral Desk Set. It's a beautiful way to thank someone special. The set consists of a lovely lucite pen holder and bud vase. The holder comes filled with a sleek, white, refillable pen. And the crystal clear bud vase will look lovely holding a single rose. Its pretty, professional and reasonably priced. So come by or call to order one oon. Teleflora's Floral Desk Set. It'll make life at the office even rosier. EIIiott's Flower Shop %;g Brewster-Telephone 689-2378 Teleflola Flowers Do h. Ouad-Clfy Herald Agrll 3, 1981 Page 9 Tracy Brown, Stacy Fitz- hugh and Rhonda McWhor. ter took fourth place and the 800 meter relay team took fourth place with Tracy Brown, Cindy Baily, Stacy Fitzhugh and Rhonda Mc- Whetter doing the honors. Nina Hagy, Cindy Bailey, Tracy Brown and Stacy Fitz- hugh teamed up to take second place in the 1600 meter relay. Next track meet will be Saturday, April 25 with Ephrata. It's oaraening  * Betiding Plants (V . 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