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QCH sports C)uad Ci HArald April 30:1998 Paae 9 Local Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday Tennis: Pateros at Entiat, 4:00. Softball: Pateros at Entiat (doubleheader), 4:00. Soccer: Omak at Brewster soccer, 4:30. Friday Softball: O "kanogan at B- M (doubleheader), 4:30; Oroville at Brewster (doubleheader), 4:30; Manson at Pateros (double- header), 4: 30. Track: B-M, Brewster at Liberty Bell, 4:00; Pateros at Bridgeport, 4:00. Baseball: Brewster at Tonasket (doubleheader), 4:00. Saturday Baseball: Entiat at Pateros (doubleheader), I1:00. Track: Brewster at CIe Elum, 10:00. Soccer: Brewster at Toppenish, 12:00. Tuesday Softball: B-M at Cash- mere (doubleheader), 4: 30; Brewster atChelan (double- header), 4:30. Baseball: Cle Elum at Brewster, 4:30; Day :tar Christian at Pateros (doubleheader), 4:30. Tennis: Pateros at Cash- mere, 4:30. Track: B-M at Odessa, 4:00. by Ruth Collins Our pro, Jimmy Oscarson, with a big grin jokingly said to Ruth, "maybe the Ladies Club news reporter could write the article for the parer." So . . . it isn't easy to write t hisone. On Tuesday, May 21 st, Lois Branseom, Joan Engstrom, Pat Hansen, Kathleen Campbell [nd Ruth Collins enjoyed a round of golf. To end a perfectly beautiful day Ruth had her first Hole- In-One on the 85 yard #18 hole using a pitch- ing wedge and playing a Top Flite Acre ball. Flynn sets school records as Lady Bears gain sweep over Cashmere Senior Lareasa Bowman hits a perfect 8 for8 at the plate "We hit the ball really well," -Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach Genes Flynn put together a record setting performance for the Brewster Lady Bears softball team and helped them gain a sweep over Cashmere on April 21. Flynn was a perfect 4-4 with three home runs, one double and 10 RBIs in the opening game as Brewster beat Cashmere 24-9 in five innings. The game was called after five in- nings because of the 15-run rule. Ira team is up by 15 or more runs after five in- nings the game is ended. Flynn set school records for home runs and RBIs in one game. Brewster went up 12-3 after the first and put the game away by scoring seven in the third, three in the fourth and two in the fifth. John F. Cleveland II photo Brenda Ruble awaits the throw from Amber Vandalac as the Browetor Lady Bears remain undefeated in league play with sweep over Cashmere last Tuesday. Megan Gering pitched one inning and gave up The game was tied 3-3 after the first but the two hits and onewalk. Ashleigh Shaw pitched the Lady Bears seared seven runs over the fourth, final four innings, giving up 11 hits and three fifth and sixth innings to gain the win. "We hit over .600 as a team, which ended up being .020 points away from a school record" -Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach walks. Lareasa Bowman came through with a perfect 5-5 performance with a double and three RBIs, Elizabeth Rios was 3-4 with two doubles and two RBIs, Amber Vandelac, Courtney Riggan and Brenda Ruble were all 2-4 with one RBI, Brandy Kennell was 2-3 with one RBI, Nikki Masse went 2-3 and Dabble Knowlton was 1-4 with a home run and three RBIs. "We hit the ball really well," said Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach. "We hit over .600 as a team, which ended up being .020 points away from a school record." Bowman continued her perfect day and led Brewster with a 3-3 performance with a home run and two RBIs, Vandelac, Gering and Riggan were all 2-3, Flynn pow- ered up with a 1-2 perfor- mance with a home run and one RBI, Rios and Knowlton were both 1-3 with a double and Kennell, Shaw, Ruble and Masse all added singles. Gering pitched the entire ...... game and struck out six trod walked three. "We had 16 hits in the second game but they were not grouped together like they were in the opener," said Miller. Genes Flynn is leading the team in slugging percentage, 1.739, and batting average, .652. Cashmere 3 0 0 2 1 0 0--6 Brewster 3 0 0 3 3 1 0--10 I Cashmere 3 1 4 1 0--9 I I Brewstar 12 0 7 3 2 -- 24 I The Lady Bears came through with another strong performance and beat Cashmere 10-6 in the closing game of the doubleheader. Genoa Flynn receives congratulations from Rick Miller on One of her four homo runs for the day. Tee Time by Ruth Collins Only two ladies had a good day despite the blus- tery weather conditions. Ann Millette started her day with three good holes and looked like it could be a really good score. But... as Ann said, things do happen.., however she was happy with the final outcome. Judy Stanford was really happy after her round as she had the "lowest score ever for 18 holes". Several of us were questioning our- selves as to exactly why we had arrived for tee time. Play for the day was Low Gross, Low Net. First division, first place, Gall Bender 98 gross and 77 net. Second place, Nell DeMuth 101 gross and 78 net. Second division, first place, Nancy Slosh 96 gross and Ann Millette 70 net. Second place, Ann Millette 97 gross andNancy glean 71 net. Third divisin' ru'st place' Lois Branscom, 108 gross and 75 net. Second place, Linda Mulvaney 112 gross and Wilma Veroske 77 net. Chip-ins were made by Fay Farley #4;Ann MiUette #2 and Wilma Veroske #8. Our Birdie girls this week are Ann Millette #18 andNell DeMuth#18, Play for April 30th will be Foursome Besthall.Also, several ladies will be at the Dsert Canyon Invi- tational. // / Othello outscores Brewster soccer team John F. Cleveland II photo The Brewster boys soccer team Is still in position to makethe playoffs after gaining = tla with Necbes last week. . Anibal Rojas had 11 keeper saves for Brewster soccer team The Brewster soccer team lost to Othello 5-2 to begin the week on April 21. Brewster had 15 shots on goal and three corner kicks. Othello had 17 shots on goal and five corner kicks. Othello had five keeper saves and Anibal Rajas had 11 keeper saves for Brewster. Pedro Cruz scored for Brewster in the first period and he was assistedbyEmilioGuzman.Guzman scored an unassisted goal also in the first period. "We were up 2-1 at halftime but it was the same old story we broke down ondefense,".id "Rafael Jeremy Ochse, Brewster soccer Sanchez coach. Brewster lost had a ttheChelanjun" ior varsity 1-0 in great overtime last Thursday after- game noon. with tons Brewster had 20 shots on goal wesaves" and three corner kicks. Chelan had _ Iaremv two shots on goal and two corner Ochse kicks. Chelan had 12 keeper saves and Rajas had one keeper save for Brewster. The Brewster soccer team tied Naches 1-1 last Saturday after- noon in double overtime. "Naches is fifth in the league right now," said Ochse. "They are a strong team." Brewster had 16 shots on goal and five corner kicks. Naches had 15 shots on goal and three corner kicks. Rafael Sanchez had 11 keeper saves for Brewster. Pedro Cruz assisted Emilio Guzman on a goal for Brewster's lone score. "Rafaei Sanchez hada great game with tons of saves," said Ochse. 'That tie keeps our playoff hopes alive." Pateros Nannies' errors contribute to Manson wins The Pateros Nannies softball team made some costly fielding errors and lost two games to Manson on April 21. Pateros hit the ball well in the opening game of the doubleheader but Manson took advantage of nine errors by the Nannies to gain the 24-16 victory. Manson scored in every inning and put the game out of reach with seven in the fifth inning. Pateros scored in five in- nings but it was not enough to gain the win. Mary Beth Adamske kept up her torrid hitting pace with a 4-5 performance with a triple, two home runs and three RBIs, Joey Bighouse was a perfect 4-4 with a double, tripleand twoRBIs, SaraTroutman was 3-5 with two RBIs, Claudia Rios went 3-6, Chandra Morales was was 2-5 with a triple and one RBI, Jenny Crooks went 2-4 with one RBI, Paris Lilly went 2-4 with two RBIs, Alecia Bailer was 2- 5 and Melissa Eten went 1-4 with a double and three RBIs. Adamske pitched the complete game and struck out three batters and walked one. "Basically we stayed with them until the fourth inning," said Shed Mortimer, Pateros softball coach. Pateros 0 2 5 4 4 1 0-16 I Manses 2 5 3 3 7 4 X-24 I The Nannies did not bunch their hits together and Manson rallied to gain the 15-9 win in the closing game of the double- header. Manson jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the second and put the game away by scoring nine runs over the final three innings. Cindy Nickerson was 2-4 with a triple and three RBIs to lead Pateros, Morales was 2-3 with a two doubles and one RBI, Crooks went 2-3 with one RBI, Lilly went 2-3, Adamske and Bighouse were both 1-4 with a triple and one RBI, Rios was 1-4 with two RBIs and Busier and Eten both added one hit each. "We got off to a rough start," said Mortimer. "Errors were costly in both games. We had 10 errors in the second game and nine in the first game." I Potoros 0 1 0 2 3 0 3-9 [ .Manson 2 4 0 4 1 4 X-15 I Field of Dreams Softball tourney scheduled in Pateros The Sixth Annual Field of Dreams The first-place team will receive tank Softball Tournament will be held May 8- tops, top four will get trophies and there 10 at the Pateros High School softball will be all-star shirts. field. The concessions will be operated This will be a jack-and-jill tourna- by the Pateros High School girls bas- ment, and to help speed up play all bat- ketball team and a percentage of the tars will start out with one ball and one profits will go towards tournament strike. It will not be a one-pitch tourna- expenses. ment. To enter the tournament or for more The tournament will take up to 10 informationcontactBrendaTayioforV'ki teams and the entry fee is $130. Zambrano, both of Pateros.