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Paaa 10 April 30 199R Ouad City. Harold John F. Cleveland II photo Clint Hull slides safely under the tag against Tonasket as the Pateros BIIlygoats suffered a late-inning loss last Monday. Pateros Billygoats ten-run the Manson Trojans The Pateros Billygoats baseball team started offthe week with an easy 14-1 win over Manson in five innings on April 21. The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule. Ifa team is up by 10 or more runs after the fifth inning the game is ended. Pateros jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first and scored one run in the second and three in the third to put the game away. Clint Hull pitched an excellent game for Pateros and gave up one earned run, four hits, two walks and struck out 10 batters. Joe Clevenger had the hot bat for the BiUygoats and was a perfect 3-3 perfor- mance at the plate with a double, two home runs and seven RBIs, Jorge Lopez was 2-2 with a double, Chris Zahn was 1- 2 with a home run and two RBIs, Brian Crooks was 1-3 with a home run, Jason ley was 1-3 with a home run and two , Clint Hull was 1-2 with a double and one RBI, Richard Carmack was 1-2 with one RBI and Dustin Mauk went 1-2. Manson 1 0 0 0 0--1 I Pateros 10 1 3 0 Xm14 I The Billygoats were swept by the Eastmont C-squad last Friday afternoon. Pateros lost the opening game 6-0 to the Eastmont C-squad. Eastmont was up 1-0 after the first in- ningbu put the game away with four runs in the fourth and one in the fifth. Hull pitched the complete game and gave up three walks, eight hits, six runs and struck out eight. Crooks was 1-3 with a double, Jorge Lopez was 1-3 with one stolen base and Jacob Bucholz was 1-2. Pateros 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 EastmontC 1 0 0 4 1 0 X-6 The Eastmont C-squad got off to a quick start and Pateros couldn't rally and suf- fered a 10-6 loss in the closing game. The Eastmont C-squad was up 6-1 after the first inning and put the game away with four runs in the sixth. Jorge Lopez started the game and went three innings, giving up six hits, two walks, six runs and struck out one. Joe Clevenger finished out the game and gave up three hits, three walks, four runs and struck out two. " Hull was 3-5 with a double, Mauk went 3-4, Crooks was 3-5, Clevenger was 2-3 with a home run, double and one RBI and Jorge Lopez was 2-4. I Pateros 1 1 1 2 0 1 0-6 EastmontC 6 0 0 0 0 4 X-10 The Pateros Billygoats put together a strong offensive showing against Tonasket but couldn't hold the Tigers off in the 15-14 loss last Monday afternoon. Pateros was up 4-2 after the second and held a 14-13 lead in the sixth, but Tonasket rallied for. two runs in the seventh and held on for the win. Brian Crooks started the game and went three innings, giving up four hits, three runs, two walks and struck out two. Richard Carmack went two and two-third innings, giving up 10 runs, nine hits, one walk and struck out one. Jason Crawley finished out the final one and one-third, giving up two runs, one hit and struck out three. Hull was 2-5 with two doubles and three RBIs, Clevenger went 2-4 with a home run and two RBIs, Jorge Lopez was 2-3, Zahn went 2-4, Crawley was 1-4 with a honte run and three RBIs, Andy Simmons was 1-4 with a double. "It is not too often you score 14 runs and lose," said Scott Worsham, Pateros baseball coach. "We did hit the ball well and played pretty good defense -- it was a tough loss." I Tonasket 0 2 1 4 2 4 2-15 Pateros 3 1 0 0 6 4 0-14 Bridgeport-Mansfield girls host meet- win meet The Bridgeport-Mansfield girls won seven events to win the track meet they hosted on April 21 with Okanogan and Tonasket. Heather Foged, I00 hurdles, Noelia Hernandez, 100 and 200, Barrera, 1600, Riley Greer, 300 iurdles, and the 400-meter relay and 1600-meter relay all won events for Bridge- port-Mansfield. Foged also took second in the 100, and other second place finishers included Heather Allen in the 3200 meters, Pearsall in the shotput and Hernandez in the 800 meters and discus. Jerad Scheib won the long jump for the B-M boys and was second in the I00 and 200 meter dashes. The boys 1600 relay also won. Boys Results 110 hurdles: Island, Tonasket, 20.03; Keen, Tonasket, 20.38. 100: Molenda. Tonasket, 11.69; Scheib, B-M, ! 1.81; Oberg, Tonasket, ! 1.90; Perkins, B-M, 12.28. 1600: Babar, Tonasket, 5:05.16; Thompson, Tonasket, 5:37.25; Yanis, Tonasket, 5:39.90; Hobbs, Okanogan, 5:59.88. 400 relay: Tonasket, 49.02; Okanosan, 49.20. 400: Morgan, Tonasket, 56.12; Oberg, Tonasket, 56.88; Hemandez, B-M, 58.18; Garcia, B-M, 1:00.75. 300 hurdles: Merkley, Okanogan, 48.27; Island, Tonasket, 50.03. 800: Babar, Tonasket, 2:14.94; McMillan, Toaasket, 2:15.02; Garcia, B-M, 2:24.63; James, Tonasket, 2:37.18. 200: Molenda,Tonasket, 24.08; Scheib, B-M, 24.45; Morgan, Tonasket, 25.09; Oberg, Tonasket, 25.44. 3200: Babar, Tonasket, 12:01.18; McMillan. Tonasket, 12:25.16; Layette, Tonasket, 13:48.3. 1600 relay: B-M, 4:01.15; Tonasket, 4:09.99. Discus: Neely, Okanogan, 100-8; Merkley, Okanogan, 96-1; Day, Tonasket, 93-3; Oberg, Tonasket. 85-3. Shotput: Neely, Okanogan, 58 I/2; Konsack. Okanosan. 42; Nicholas, Okanogan, 41 - 101/2; Oberg, Tonasket, 39-11 1/2. High jump: Vault, Tonasket, 5-6; Moen, Okanogan, 5-6; Workman, Okanogan, 6-0. Triple jump: Keen, Tonasket, 34-8; Island, Tonasket, 34-2 1/2; Hauff, Tonasket. 32; Parish. B-M, 30-9 1/2. Long jump: Scheib, B-M, 18-4; Molenda, Tonasket, 17-11; Nichohs, Okanogan, 17-4; Mathews, B-M, 16-9. Javelin: Workman, Okanogan, 129-10; Nicholas, Okanogan. 129; Oberg, Tonasket. 125-10; Merkley, Okanogan, 125-10. Boys Team Scores Tonasket 95, Okanogan 43, B-M 24. Girls Results 3200: Baber. Tonasket, 14:07.70; Allen, B-M, 14:50.06; Barrera, B-M, 15:12.15;'Baber, Tonasket, 15:26.44. 100hurdles: Foged, B-M, 18.89; Mensik, Tonasket, 20.50; Peery, Tonasket, 21.06. 100: Hernandez, B-M, 14.25; Foged, B-M, 14.59; Wilson ,Tonasket, 14.97; Peery, Tonasket, 15.01. 1600: Barrera, B-M, 7:17.27; Wilson, Tonasket, 8:11.97. 400 relay: B-M, 57.16; Tonasket, 59.19. 400: Attridge, Okanogan, 1:05.9; Cono, Tonasket, 1:06.11; Hernandez, B-M, 1:13.50; Lavell, Tonasket, 1:25.40. 300 hurdles: Greet, B-M, 1:02.66; Mensik, Tonasket, 1:05.76. 800: Corso, Tonasket, 2:50.51; Hemandez, B-M, 2:56.59; Hansen, B-M, 3:03.50;, Barrera, B-M, 3:05.05. 200: Hernandez, B-M, 32.13; Baber, Tonasket, 31.93; Peery, Tonasket, 32.14; Corgon, Okanogan, 33. 800 relay: Tonasket, 2:06.10. 1600 relay: B-M, 5:50.88. Discus: Meddey, Okanogan, 111-7; Hemandez, B- M, 88,6; Blake, B-M, 84-10; Coppinger, Okanogan, 74-7. Shotput: Meddey, Okanogan, 34-1; Pearsall, B-M, 28-9; Attridge, Okanogan, 28-7 112; Williams, Okanogan, 28-7 1/2. High jump: Gliddon, Tonasket, 4-6. Triple jump: Grant, Okanogan, 26-9. Long jump: Meddey, Okanogan, 14-I0 1/2; Grant, Okanogan, 12-11; Mensik, Tonasket, 12-2; Peery, Tonasket, 12-2. Javelin: Merkley, Okanogan, 89-11; Mensik, Tonasket, 73-8; Williams, Tonasket, 58-8; Pearsall, B- M, 52-11. Girls Team Scores B-M 60, Tonasket 55, Okanogan 38. Pateros girls top Liberty Bell in tennis competition The Pateros girls tennis team beat Liberty Bell 3-2 and the boys lost 5-0 last Saturday afternoon. Maria Luft lost to Jennifer Paluck 6-1, 6-3, Emma Wilson beat Christy Hanford 6-2, 5-7, 6--4, Melissa Nieuwenhuis beat Emily Chenal 7-5, 6.4, Krista Ervin-Heidi Scroggie lost to Maja NickeU-Katie Liebl6-0, 6-2, Katie Dundas- Tamsin Wilson beat Rebecca Roberts-Liz Dicus 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3). Patrick Dundas lost to John Szenyes 6-2, 6-2, Omero Alvarez lost to Josh Smith 6-1,6-0, Jesse Steele lost to Adam Stem 6-0, 6-1,Jacob B ucholz- Zach Ross lost to Luc Reynaud-Soliel Kelley 6- 2, 6-3, Brian Ehlenbach-Khris Kiedrowski lost to Landon Fisher-Travis Wilson 6-2, 6-2. Colville Indians win Miller softball event The Colville Indians jack and jill softball The double-elimination playoffs were as team won the 3rd Annual Vernon M. Miller Memorial Softball Tournament at Pateros last weekend. This was a one-pitch tournament with eight teams competing in two divisions. It was round- robin play for seeding and then double elimi- nation started Saturday night. Custom was 2-1 in Division 1, Titanic was 2- 1, No-C-Ums were 1-2 and Scrappers were 1-2. Schrecks-Wrecks were 3-0, Team Rehab was 1-2, Colville Indians were 2-1 and the outsiders were 0-3 in Division 2. follows: Custom beat the Outsiders, Schrecks-Wreeks beat No-C-Ums, Team Rehab beat Titanic, Colville Indians beat Scrappers, Custom beat Schrecks-Wrecks and Colville Indians beat Team Rehab to enl Saturday night play. Outsiders beat No-C-Urns, Titanic beat Scrap pers, Team Rehab beat Schrecks-Wrecks, Colville Indians beat Custom, Outsiders beat Titanic, Team Rehab beat Custom, Team Re- hab beat Outsiders and Colville Indians beat Team Rehab for the championship. B-M Fillies drop a pair to Liberty Bell The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fillies softball team could not get their bats going and suffered two losses to Liberty Bell on April 21. Liberty Bell got off to a quick start and gained a 9-1 victory over B-M in the opening game of the doubleheader. The Mountain Lions jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first and went up 9-0 in the second. B-M scored one run in the seventh but that was not enough. Danna Humborg, Sandy Brady, Missy Brazeau and Evans all went 1-3 for the Fillies and Medina went 1-2 for the only hits. Missy Brazeau pitched for B-M and struck out six batters and walked two. Bridgeport-Mansfield got off to a better start in the closing game but could not hold offLiberty Bell in the 9-2 loss. The Fillies were up 2-0 after the third inning but the Mountain Lions took over with six runs in the fourth and and three in the fifth to gain the win. Brady was 2-4 with a double to lead Bridgeport-Mansfield, Andrea Henton and Humborg both went 2- 4; Hannah Jorgensen and Tones were 1-4 and Brazeau was 1-3. Riggans win Lake Woods tourney MacRigganandJoeRigganteamed teammates alternate shots from the up to win the Horse Race Golf Tour- nament at the LakeWoods Golf Course last Saturday afternoon. The horse-rac tournament matches the highest handicap with the lowest and puts them on the same team. The tee to the hole. There were I0 golfers entered into the tournament with the Riggan/ Riggan team winning, Phil Rose/ Vern McGaha took second and Linda Field/Dick Field took third. Chelan golf ladies to meet by Ruth Collins A meeting will be held for begin- ners and business women golfers on May 4th at 5:30 p.m. in the down- stairs meeting room at the Chelan Golf Course. The agenda will be: Establish a time and evening for golf. Dis- cuss organization for 9 holers, elect officers, discuss play for the evening, handicaps and other business. Hope to finish the meeting to play a few holes of golf be- for.e dark. If you are interested and would like to play with this evening group but can't make it to the meeting call April Talley 682-3236 or Eloise Denny 682-2007. Give them your name, address and preference for play day, Monday, Tuesday or Thursday evening. " Lake Woods Ladies Club 4-15-98 Division I: Low net: Chris Benson. Division ll: Tie-Low net: Pat Livingston and Colleen Mounier. Special Event: Long Drive - Division I: Jenny Kucera; Division II: Linda Field, i Fish and weather cooperate for 'b,00)st ever' opener "We had a great opener," said Ken Williams, Area Fisheries Biologist for Region 2. "It was one of the best I have seen in the 27 years that I have been doing this." The general opening day of fish- ing season was last Saturday at most local sites. Some lakes are open year- round or already opened, but the general opener was on Saturday. "We had a good spring and it was fairly calm on opening day," said Williams. "It wanned up around mid- morning. The participation was around average to a little below average, but the results were good." The following is a review of trout fishing on opening day weekend by Ken Williams, area fisheries biolo- gist. Wannacut Lake There were 30 fishermen counted and 11 fish caught. That averaged out to 3.7 fish per rod with the year- lings at 10 inches and the carryovers around 13 inches. Blue Lake/Stehekin River There were 27 fishermen counted and 115 fish caught. That averaged out to 4.3 fish per rod and the carryovers were about 16 inches. This lake had a one-fish limit-- the fish per rod average was over one because of catch-and-release. Fish Lake Therewere 33 fishermen counted and 138 fish caught. That averaged out to 4.2 fish per rod with the year- lings at 11 inches and the carryovers at 14 inches. Patterson Lake There were 33 fishermen counted and 71 fish caught. That averaged out to 2.2 fish per rod with the year- lings at nine inches and the carryovers at 12 inches. This was the slowest lake we had this opening weekend. Pearrygin Lake There were 33 fishermen counted John F. Cleveland II photo Jake and Ben Hoffman show off their catches for the day after putting in a day of flehing with their dad Bill Hoffman at Alta Lake last Sunday. There were 25 fishermen counted . with 78 fish caught. That averaged out to 3.1 fish per rod with the year- lings at 10 inches and the carryovers at 13 inches. Conconully Lake There were 24 fishermen counted with I 12 fish caught. That averaged out to 4.7 fish per rod with the year- Cont'd on page 11 with 150 fish caught. That averaged out to 4.6 fish per rod with the year- lings at 10 inches and the carryovers at 13 inches. Big Twin Lake There were 31 fishermen counted with 94 fish caught. That aver- aged out to 3.0 fish per rod with the carryovers at 13.5 inches. This was also a one-fish limit lake the fish per rod average was due to catch-and-release. Aeneas Lake There were 22 fishermen counted with 169 fish caught. That averaged out to 7.7 fish per rod with the year- lings at 13.5 inches. This was a fly fishing lake with a lot of catch-and- release. This lake was rehabilitated last fall and all the fish caught were net-pin fish. Conconully Reservoir