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i t Ouad City. Horald May 3= 2001 Paoe 9 " John Cleveland II ,QCH sportswdter ' (509) 689-2507 Thursday, May 3 Chelan, 4:30. Pateros at Bridgeport DH, 4400;" l cros at Liberty Bell, 30:: day, May 4 ~'ster at Tonasket Chamionships), wster at Wilbur, 3:30. ogan at Brewster, 400, Sitturday, May 5 Mansfield at Tborp DH, I1:00; Halley Henderson battled it out with this Okanogan runner in the 100 meters. John Cleveland It photos Invitational Pateros' Amanda Carlson, Danni Blackburn and Bridgeport's Halley Henderson led the Quad City track teams with individual victories at the Bridgeport Invitational Track Meet on April 24. The Bridgeport boys 400-meter relay team also came through with a first-place finish and Henderson led the girls with the victory in the high jump, but she was also second place to class 1A athletes from Okanogan in the 200 meters, 100 meters and triple jump. Victor Sanchez also placed second in the 110-meter hurdles behind a class IA athlete from Oroville. Car|son won the 800 meters and Blackburn won the 300-meter hurdles for the Pateros girls to lead the Nannies. Blackburn was also second in the pole vault behind a class 1A Okanogan athlete. Girls Team Scores Oroville 134, Okanogan 123, Waterville 81, Kittitas 72, Bridge- port 56, Liberty Bell 53, Thorp 48, Pateros 40, Moses Lake Christian 15, Mansfield 11, Soap Lake 10, Manson 1. Girls Winners and Quad City Placers 100 Hurdles: 1) Moser, Oroville, 17.72; 5) Jenny Parsons, Bridge- port, 18.68; 6) Britt Bomar, Mansfield, 18.78. 100: 1) Pillow, Okanogan, 13.34; 2) Harley Henderson, Bridge- port, 13.42. 1600: 1) Hart, Kittitas, 5:59.50. 400 Relay: 1) Okanogan, 52.50; 5) Bridgeport, 1:00.50. 400: 1) White, Okanogan, 1:01.38; 8) Sanehez,Bridgeport, 1:22.77. 300 Hurdles: 1) Danni Blackburn, Pateros, 51.0; 3) Britt Bomar, Mansfield, 55.22; 5) Jenny Parsons, Bridgeport, 57.12. 800: 1) Amanda Carlson, Pateros, 2:24.78; 3) Ashley Armstrong, Pateros, 2:32.48; 6) Danni Blackburn, Pateros, 2:46.63. 200: 1) Pillow, Okanogan, 27.56; 2) Harley Henderson, Bridge- port, 28.40. 3200:: 1) Pickett, Waterville, 13:38.07. 800 Relay: 1) Oroville, 1:53.22. 1600 Relay: 1) Oroville, 4:22.13. High Jump: 1) Halley Henderson, Bridgeport, 4-8. Long Jump: 1) Attridge, Okanogan, 16-3 1/2. Triple Jump: 1) Attridge, Okanogan, 33-4 1/2; 2) Harley Henderson, Bridgeport, 31-7 1/2. ' Pole Vault: 1) White, Okanogan, 7-3; 2) Danni Blackburn, Pateros, 6-9. Discus: 1) Hanson, Waterville, 97-4; 4) Brook Sattler, Bridgeport, 81-9. Javelin: 1) Coats, Thorp, 94-2; 5) Brook Sattler, Bridgeport, 74-1; 6) Allison Nieuwenhuis, Pateros, 67-5 1/2. Shot Put: 1) Corrales, Okanogan, 39-11; 7) Kari Simmons, Mansfield, 27-9 1/2. Boys Team Scores Kittitas 124, Oroville 96, Okanogan 81, Bridgeport 73, Manson 66, Waterville 57, Easton 48, Liberty Bell 42, Moses Lake Christian 20, Pateros 13, Mansfield 11, Columbia Basin 3. Boys Winner and Quad City Placers 110 Hurdles: 1 ) Jenson, Oroville, 15.66; 2) Victor Sanchez, Bridge- port, 16.53; 6) Forrest Chedester, Bridgeport, 17.69; 7) Ilya Ivanov, Pateros, 17.90. 100: 1) Ryan, Waterville, 11.73; 4) Alex Gutierrez, Bridgeport, 11.88; 6) Simmons, Mansfield, 11.97. Cont' d on page 11 Ilya Ivanov competed in his first pole vault of the year for Pateros at Bridgeport last Tuesday. Pateros Billygoats baseball team came through with a doubleheader sweep over Kittitas last Friday afternoon behind strong pitching performances from Corey Haywood and Bobby Sapp. The Billygoats started out the doubleheader with a 7-5 victory'over Kittitas in the first game. Corey Haywood returned from an eye injury to earn the complete-game victory and gave up five earned runs, eight hits, one walk and struck out eight batters. Corey Haywood was 1-3 with one RBI, Karl Schulke was 1-3, Bobby Sapp was 1-3 with one RBI and Eric Molkjer was 2-3 with a home run and four RBIs. Pateros finished out the doubleheader with a 6-2 vie- tory over Kittitas in the second game. Bobby Sapp came through with a complete-game vic- tory and gave up two hits, four walks and struck out 14 batters. Corey Haywood was 1-3, Bobby Sapp was 1- with a triple and two RBIs, Anthony Armstrong was 2-3 with a double and three RBIs, Brian Ehlenbach was 1-3 and Matt Neuneker was 1-1. "That was the best baseball we have played all year long," said S cott Worsham, Pateros baseball coach. "Hav- ing two pitching performances like that helps out a lot." The Billygoats started out the week with a double- header loss to Soap Lake on April 24. Pateros lost the opening game of the doubleheader 15- 3 to Soap Lake in five innings. Armando Gamez started the game and went two and two-third innings and gave up 12 earned runs, four hits, 10 walks and struck out two batters in the loss. Matt Neuneker finished out the final two and one-third and gave up one hit, four walks and struck out three batters. Karl Schulke was 1-3 with a double, Eric Molkjer was 2-3 with a home run and two RBIs, Armando Gamez was 2-2 with a home run and one RBI and Adam Veeder was 1-2. The Billygoats closed out the doubleheader with a 15- 5 loss to Soap Lake in five innings. Anthony Armstrong started and went two innings and gave up six earned runs, seven hits, one walk and struck out three batters in the loss. Eric Molkjer finished out the final three innings and gave up seven earned runs, two hits, eight walks and struck out five batters. Eric Molkjer was 2-3 with two RBIs and Brian Ehlenbach was 1-2 with two RBIs. Jerrod Riggan, a Brewster High School graduate, was called up to the New York Mets last Friday morning and has made two relief appearances since being called up to the Major Leagues. Riggan was called up last year and made one relief appearance for the Mets -- being called up from double-A Binghamton. This year Jerrod has been pitching for triple-A Norfolk Tides in the International league, which is just one step below the Major Leagues. As of April 26, Riggan had a 1-0 record; 2.7 ERA, 10 innings pitched, 10 hits, three earned runs, three walks and three saves for Norfolk. He was called up to the New York Mets last Friday and made relief appearances against the St. Louis Cardinals last Friday and Sunday. Riggan got off to a rocky start in his first relief appearance against the Cardinals last Friday. He finished with two innings pitched, six hits, four earned runs, no walks and struck out three batters. Jerrod did better in his next outing last Sunday. against the Cardinals. He pitched three innings and gave up one hit, no runs, one walk and struck out three batters. The life of a professional baseball player is very uncertain and Jerrod can be sent back down at any time -- or he may stay up with the New York Mets for an extended period of time or the rest of the season. IfJttitas at Bridgeport DH, 11:00. Mansfield at Thorp DH, 1-1:00; Brewster at Lake Roosevelt DH, noon. P;ateros, Mansfield at Riverside Christian, 3:00; Eiridgeport at Cle Elum, 1t:00. Bridgeport Mustangs soccer team came had one goal. through with victories over Liberty Bell Saul Saucedo was the goalkeeper for the and Manson last week. Mustangs. TheMustangsstartedouttheweekwith The Mustangs finished out the week a 3-2 victory over Liberty Bell on April with a 3-1 victory over Manson last Thurs- Monday, May 7 24. day afternoon. Bridgeporthadtorailyfrombehinda2- Cesar De Dios had one goal, Ricardo Pateros at Eastmont C- 0 deficit in the second half. Ibarra had one goal and ManuelTorres had squad DH, 3:30. "Our defense played well and everyone one goal. Saul Saucedo was the goalkeeper did an excellent job," said Jenner Sanon, for Bridgeport. Sub-District 1A Boys at Bridgeport boys soccer coach. "We have Manuel Tortes, Tony Lopez and Eder 0L ville, TBD. showed lots of improvement. OurGonzales all played good defense for the midfielders provided a lot of help and we Mustangs. TUesday, May 8 did what we had been working on in "We saw a lot of improvement in our practice." midfield play and our defense," said Sanon. Central B League District Manuel Tortes had one goal, Ivan "Wearepassingandplayingtogetherwell. atChelan, TBD; District Silvahadone goa!andCesarDe Dios I am very proud with the way we played." 1A at home sites, 4:00. at Manson DH, 4ioo; Liberty Bell at Brewster, 4:30. Sub, District B at Alta L e,2:00. DiStrict 1A at home sites, Tt D', Bell at Bridge- 4:00. ~ %- Wednesday, May 9 " Sub.District IA at Lake i ( ods, TBD. -";t " Miryia Libbey medals again MiryiaLibbey continues her torridpace J.D. Wilson, Okanogan, was the boys forthePaterosgolfteamwithanothergirls medalist after shooting a .39 over nine medalist finish at a golf match Pateros holes. hosted at Alta Lake Golf Course on April 24. Okanogan girls won the team title at the Pateros Golf Match with a 223 total. No other teams had enough girl golfers com- peting to qualify for a team score. Libbey led the Pateros girls with a med- alist score of 49 over nine holes, Jamie Evans shot a 55 and Hanna Hull finished with a 60. Okanogan won the boys team title with a 163, Liberty Bell was second at 198, Pateros finished third at 203 and Oroville was fourth at 222. Jose Villasano shot a 43 to lead the Pateros boys, Marcus Stennes shot a 49, Aaron Ehlenbach finished with a 52, Corey Haywood had a 59, Josh Hicks ended with a 65 and Brady Dundas had a 77. Lady Bears win in final inning Brewster Lady Bears fastpitch softball team miffed in the final inning to gain the 10-9 victory over Lake Roosevelt on April 24. Lake Roosevelt jumped out to a 6-3 lead in the top of the second but the Lady Bears answered with four runs in the bottom of the second to take a 7-6 lead. The Raiders tied it with one run in the third and went up 8-7 in the top of the sixth. Brewster scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth to go up 9-8 but Lake Roosevelt tied it with one run in the seventh before the Lady Bears rallied for one run to win the game in the bottom half of the inning. Ashleigh Gamble started the bot- tom of the seventh off with a single and stole second. Kellie Troop singled Gamble over to third and Troop stole second. Lake Roosevelt intentionally walked Michelle Tostenrude to load the bases and Isaura Ochoa singled in the game- winning run. "We let them tie it up in the top of the seventh, but fortunately we had the right people coming up at the right time," said Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach. "We have played from behind most of the year and now we are learning to win." Paota Villagrana started the game and went one-third of an inning and gave up three walks, one hit and three runs. Kristyl Heath finished out the final six and two-thirds and gave up nine walks, six hits, six Kristina Scheller slides into third over Lake Roosevelt. Wm. E. Vallance photo base safely during the Lady Bear== win runs and struck out three batters for the triple and three RBIs, Isaura Ochoa win. was 2-5 with a double and one RBI, "Kristyl has been a pretty steady Marlen Ouzman was 3-4 with three pitcher for us this year," said Miller. RBIs, Kristina Scheller was 2-3 with Kellie Troop was 1-4, Michelle twoRBIs, LaceyMinickwasl-2and Tostenrude was 3-4 with a home run, Ashleigh Gamble was 2-4.