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P ag~'lO May 3. 2001 Ound City. Herald I .I son Danni Blackburn and Amanda 400 Relay: 1) Cascade, 45.92. Carlson led the Pateros mack team 1600 Relay: 1) Cascade, 3:38.9 withindividualvictoriesattheQuincy Shot Put: 1) Andy Alcala, Quincy, Invitational Track Meet last Satur- 49-0. day afternoon. Discus: 1) Kevin Kline, Ritzville, Blackburn won the 300-meter 124-10 1/2 hurdles in 50.77 seconds her per- Javelin: 1) Ovenell, Quincy, sonal record and sixth in the 100- 172-3. meter hurdles in 18.61, Amanda Long Jump: 1)Bird, Quincy, 19-7 Carlson won the 1600 meters in 1/2. 5:36.91, Ashley Armstrong placed Triple Jump: 1) Ovenell, Quincy, second in the 800 meters in 2:39.30 39-5 1/4. and fifth in the 400 in 1:05.86 her High Jump: 1) Bird, Quincy, 6-1. personal record, Danielle Parks fin- Pole Vault: 1)Clint Rise, Oroville, ished the 100 meters in 16.07, 200 10-6. meters in 32.16 and long jump at 12- 2 !/2, Pateros girls 1600-meter relay Girls Team Scores was third in 4:28.70 and Allison Quincy 99, Omak 88.5, Oroville Nieuwenhuis finished the discus at 81, Waterville 70 5, Tonasket 66, 65-7 and the javelin at 65-4. Wilbur-Creston 59.5, Almira/Coulee- Ilya Ivanov placed third in the 300- Hartline 51.5, Ritzville 48, Pateros meter hurdles in 45.04, fourth in the 41, Cascade 37, Christian Heritage 200 meters in 25.42 his personal 25, Soap Lake 4, Mansfield2, Moses record, seventh in the l l0-meter Lake Christian 2. hurdles in 18.84 and threw the javelin Girls Winners 104-8 1/2, William Keene placed fifth 100 Hurdles: 1) Danielle Moser, in the 3200 meters in 11:58.37 and Oroville, 17.39. threwthejavelin 105-9 1/2 and Harley 300 Hurdles: 1) Danni Blackburn, Dobson finished the 200 meters in Pateros, 50.77. 30.56,400 meters in 1:02.20 hisper- 100: 1) Kristen Dormaier, Almira/ serial record, 800 meters in 2:33.19 Coulee-Hartline, 13.85. ' his personal record and threw the 200: 1)BallyCox,Wilbur-Creston, javelin 79-7. 27.84. Boys Team Scores 400: 1) Cox, Wilbur-Creston, Quincy 148,Cascade 106,Ritzville 59.86. 92, Oroville 89,'Tonasket 75, Omak 800: 1)CamiCaryl, Omak,2:37.69. 39.5, Waterville 39, Pateros 17, 1600: l ) Amanda Carlson, Pateros, Wilbur-Creston 12, Moses Lake 5:36.91. Christian 9.5 and Christian Heritage 3200: 1) Jamieson, Omak, 12:31.1. 2. 400 Relay: 1) Oroville 53.5. Boys Winners 800 Relay: 1) OroviUe, 1:54.17. 110 Hurdles: 1) Erik Jenson, 1600 Relay: 1) Oroville, 4:23.44. Oroville, 15.94. Shot Put: 1) Erin Messenger, 300 Hurdles: 1)Jenson, Oroville, 'r0nasket, 33-10 1/2. 42.16. Discus: 1) Day, Omak, 102-6. 100: 1)KunnyMolenda, Tonasket, Javelin: 1) Hanson, Waterville, 11.63. 100-6. 200: 1)Molenda, Tonasket, 23.65. Long Jump: 1) Rachel Williams, 400: 1) Cam Hollingsworth, Cas- WaterviUe, 15-5 1/4. cade, 52.19. Triple Jump: 1) Cox, Wilbur- 800: 1) Brent Frank, Cascade, Creston, 34-1 1/2. 2:08.0. High Jump: 1 ) Jessica Heidenreich, 1600: I) Frank, Cascade, 4:43.4. Ritzville, 5-2. 3200: 1) Dwight Rabe, Tonasket, Pole Vault: 1) Omlin, Quincy, 10:23.3. 10-6. Babe Ruth Baseball signing Brewster Babe Ruth Baseball sign-ups have started and forms are available at the Brewster High School office -- the deadline is Friday, May 4. The cost is $35 to participate in the Babe Ruth program and you can be no younger than 13 and no older than 15 on July 31, 2001. Sign-up forms can be mailed ta Brewster Youth Baseball Rostti'S are being made this Saturday and the Babe Ruth Season begin on Monday, May 7. Contact BeckyGebbers, Brewster, to assure a SlX3i on the baseball team. Bridgeport Fillies softball team fin- ished out their week with a double- header sweep over Thorp last Satur- day afternoon. The Fillies started out the twin-bill with a 12-5 victory over Thorp in the first game. Amber Brazeau pitched for Bridge- port and struck out two batters. Amber Brazeau was 2-4 with two RBIs, Mickey Martinez was 1-4 with two RBIs, Megan Malone was 2-4 with two RBIs, Samantha Chedester was 1-4 with three RBIs, Juanita De La Cerda was 1-4 with one RBI, Dena Mullin was 1-3 with one RBI, Liliana Godinez was 1-3 and Sara De Dies was 1-3. Bridgeport finished out the sweep with a 12-2 victory over Thorp in the second game. Amber Brazeau pitched for the Fil- lies and struck out three batters. Amber Brazeau was 2-4, Mickey Martinez was 1-4, Megan Malone was 2-4 with three RBIs, Samantha Chedester was 1-4 with four RBIs, Juanita De La Cerda was 2-4, Dena MuUin was 1-4 with one RBI, Kendall Parsons was 1-3 and Sara De Dies was 2-3 with one RBI. The Fillies started out the week with a doubleheader los s to Waterville last Friday afternoon. Bridgeport lost to Waterville 19- 10 in the opening game of the double- header. Amber Brazeau pitched and struck out one for the Fillies. Amber Brazeau was 2-5, Mickey Martinez was 2-5 with four RBIs, Megan Malone was 3-5 with a home run and four RBIs, Samantha Chedester was 3-5 with a double, Dena Mullin was 2-4, Liliana Godinez was 2-4, Kendall Parsons was 1- 4 with one RBI, Benita Izaguirre was 1-4 with one RBI and Erin Gavin was 2-4. John Cleveland II photo Liliana Godinez reaches for this line drive for the Bridgeport Fillies. Bridgeport held a lead going into Amber Brazeau pitched and struck the bottom of the seventh but out three for Bridgeport. Waterville rallied to tie and won 16- Amber Brazeau was 2-6 with a 15 in extra-innings in the second doubleandoneRBI, MickeyMartinez game was 3-5 with three RBIs, Megan The Fillies were up 15-8 in the Malone was 2-5 with two RBIs, top of the seventh but the Shock- Samantha Chedester was 3-5 with ers scored seven runs in the bob one RBI, Juanita De La Cerdawas3- tom half of the inning to force 5 with a home run and three RBIs, extra innings. Waterville held Dena Mullin was I-5 with one RBI, Bridgeport scoreless in the top Liliana Godinez was I-5, Kendall of the eighth and the Shockers Parsons was 3-5, Benita Izaguirre scored the winning run in the was2-4 and Erin Gavin was 3-5 with bottom of the eighth, a double and three RBIs. Brewster Bears baseball team got Mac R. Gebbers was 2-3, Brian'Th- up one hit, one walk and struck out 13 off to a slow start but came through ompson was 1-1 with a double and batters. withan8-3victoryoverCashmereon two RBIs and Jason Thompson was Todd Phillips was 4-4 with three April 24. 1-2 with two RBIs. doubles and three RBIs, Daniel Cashmere went up 3-1 in the top of The Bears finished out their week Gebbers was 1-4 with one RBI, Cody the fourth and Brewster tied it in the with a doubleheader sweep over Lib- Gunn was 3-3 with two home runs bottom half of the inning. The Bears erty Bell last Friday afternoon, and four RBIs, Ryan Brown was 1-3 added four runs in the fifth inning to Brewster started out the double- with a triple and one RBI, Brian Th- take conlIol of the game. header with a 13-0 victory over Lib- ompson was 1-3, Jason Thompson Daniel Gebbers pitched the corn- erty Bell. was 1-3, Chris Busching was 3-3 and plete-game victory for the Bears and The Bears were only up 1-0 after Griffin Freels was 1-3 with a double gave up seven hits, three runs, two twoinningsbuttheytookchargewith andoneRBI. walks and smack out two batt s - ,:eight runsin the tliigl. -and runs The Bears finished out the double- Todd Phillips was 1-4, Cody Gunia in the fourth to pull away for the win. header with a 10-6 victory over Lib- was 1-4 with a double, Ryan Brown Chris Busching started and picked erty Bell in the second game. was 2-3 with a double and one RBL up the complete-game win and gave Griffin Freels started out the game wins local ,1= golf meet Timmy O' Connell came througlt with another boys medalist finish a,f ter shooting a 39 in the Bridg Golf Match at Lake Woods on 24. ~:- Bridgeport boys finished ftrst the team standings with a 180; Waterville was second at 181 Manson ended up third at 204. ' Bridgeport was led by Timmy Connell's three-over par 39, Henton had a 44, Stephen Shiles a 48, Marie Zaccanti shot a 49, TylOr: Sikstrom ended up with a 55 and: Thane Lamar had a 52. Mindy Bodah shot a 57 to earn girls medalist honors over nine holes2 There were not enough girls corn': peting to qualify for team scores. : Pateros JV girlS! defeat Brewster: Pateros Nannies junior varsity girlS tennis team beat Brewster Lady Bears junior varsity 4-1 last Friday after- noon. , Kristin Foyle, Brewster, lost to BriannaOgas,Pateros,6-1,6-0,Lind- .say Verbeck, Brewster, beat Allison Nieuwenhuis, Pateros, 8-2, Heidi Moore, Brewster, lost to Angela Spurgeon, Patems, 8-1, Seydi Pamatz/ Jackie Martinez, Brewster, lost to Leah Luchte/Nalleli Mota, Pateros, 6-0, 6-2 and Christina Aparicio/ Griselda Camacho lost to Katie Dundas/Rebekah Lewis, Pateros, 6- 3, 6-0. . "fl -2 and threw one and two-third ifi- " nings and gave up five runs, thre hits, two walks and struck out two batters. Ryan Brown finished oat, the game for the win and gave up one run, two hits, one walk afftl- struck out 12 batters. Todd Phillips was 2-3 with doubles and two RBIs, Daniel Gebbers was 1-3 with one RBI, Cody Gunn was 1-4 with a double and two RBIs, Ryan Brown was 1-3 with a double and oneRBI, Brian Therapy:" son was 1-5, Jason Thompson was 4 with a double, Griffin Freels was 1- 3 and Ryne Phillips was 1-1. - ;- John Cleveland II photo Angela Spurgeon field= thi= ball for the Pataros Nanni =in their doubleheader with Manson. Nannies stopped twice by Manson girls PaterosNanniessufferedadouble- Alecia Basler was 3-3 with a home The Nannies lost to Glennwood header sweep to Manson last Thurs- run and one RBI, Faith Brown was 1- 20-5 in their second game. day afternoon. 3, Claudia Rios was 1-3, Jamie Evans Hanna Hull pitched and struck out The Nannies lost to Manson 14-5 was2-3,FlorGamez was2-3,Angela one batter. in the first game of the doubleheader. Spurgeon was 1-3 with one RBI, Alecia Basler was 1-3 with a Hanna Hull pitched and struck out Hanna Hull was 1-3 with a double double, Faith Brown was l-3, Claudia two batters, and one RBI, Sheila Borst was 3-3 Rios was 3-3, Jamie Evans was: 2- AleciaBaslerwas2-3 with a double and Rachel Cadwell was 2-2. 3 with a home run and three RBIs, and one RBI, Faith Brown was 2-3 The Nannies competed in the HannaHullwas2-3,SherrieAnder- with one RBI, Claudia Rios was 3-4 Wahluke Softball Tournament last son was 1-3 and Angela Spurgeon with a double, Jamie Evans was 1-4, Saturday afternoon, was 1-1. Flor Gamez was 2-4 with one RBI, Pateros lost to Columbia Basin 23- Pateros finished out the tourna- Sherrie Anderson was 3-4, Angela 3 in the first game of the tournament, ment with a 21-8 loss to Zillah. Spurgeon was 1-3, Hanna Hull was Faith Brown was 1-3, ClaudiaAlecia Basler was 3-3, Faith 2-3 and Carna Johnson was l-3. Rios was 2-3, Jamie Evans was 2- Brown was 1-3, Claudia Rios Pateros finished out the double- 2 witha triple and one RBI, Hanna was 3-4, Jamie Evans was 2-3 headerwithal3-31osstoMansonin Hull was 1-2 with a double and with a triple and one RBI, Hanna thesecond game. one RBI, Sherrie Anderson was Hull was 3-3 with a triple and Hanna Hull pitched and struck out 2-2, Sammi Bringman was 1-2 two RBIs and Sherrie Anderson three batters, and Sheila Borst was 1-2. was 1-3. Brewster golf team competes in Entiat Brewster golf team competed in the Entiat Golf Meet on April 24. Lake Roosevelt won the boys team title with a 188, Entiat was second at 213, Brewster was third at 231. Jeff Barnes, Entiat, was the boys medalist with a 41 over nine holes. Brewster was led by Keith Gipe with a 47, Kevin Vallance shot a 58, Jesse Dinjian had a 63 and Daniel Dominguez ended with a 63. Lake Roosevelt won the girls team title with a 279. No other girls teams qualified for a team score. Amanda Poch, Lake Roosevelt, was the girls medalist with a 62. Brewster was led by Trisha Magana with an 84. Brewster finished out the week by hosting a golf match at Lake Woods Golf Course last Monday afternoon. Manson boys won the team title with a 183, Brewster was second at 203 and Oroville was third at 217. Kevin Vallance led the Bears with a 46, Keith Gipe had a 51, Daniel Dominguez ended with a 52, Levi Knapp had a 54, Jesse Dinjian had a 58 and Eric Lemons shot a 60. There were not enough girls com- peting to qualify for a team score. Chelise Becker shot a 62 for the Brewster girls and Trisha Magana had a 77. Men's Golf begins at Alta Lake Alta Lake Men's Golf Club started last Tuesday night. The first steak night will be on May 8 and all dues need to be paid. It is $20 for a handicap and $10 for Men's Night. Y S i,~ ~.:~i t~ Brewster Lady Bears tennis team beat Tonasket 3-2 on April 24. Reagan Pariseau beat Ariahna Jones 6-0, 6-0, Rachel Crane beat Shayne Freeman 6-1, 6-2, Kristin Foyle lost to Ashley Utt 9-7, Jeni Boesel/Kaylan Crane beat Erin Tofte/Estrella Rehanek 6-2, 5-7, 6-0, Seydi Pamatz/Jacki Martinez lost to Melissa McDaniel/Breanna Duram 8-3. Griselda Camacho/ChristinaAparici0 lost to Kaitlan KuhlmanPKellyRobeck" in junior varsity play and Lindsey Verbec k/S eydi Pamatz beat Alysha Morri Corrina Long 8-1. "Brewster varsity won their fifth straight match," said Pam King, Brewster tennis coach. "Reagan Panseau dominated in #1 singles." The Lady Bears came through with a 4-1 victory over defending State." Champion Davenport last Thursday afternoon. Reagan Pariseau beat Ashley Paul 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, Rachel Crane beat Jessica Jahn 6-0, 6-3, Kristin Foyle beat Morgan Mecnema 6-1, 6-1, Jeni Boesel/ Kaylan Crane beat Traci Parkay/Janie Booth 6-0, 6-4 and Jackie Martinez/ Seydi Pamatz lost to Renae Nelson/Amanda Burger 6-0, 6-1. Griselda Camacho/Christina Aparicio beat Elecia Walker/Nikita Rubas 8- 2 in junior varsity action. "Rachel Crane ran her unbeaten record to 10-0," said King. "Reagan Pansean had the big upset with a win over previously undefeated Ashley Paul. Ashley was the fourth-place finisher in state last year and had not dropped a set all season. Reagan out-hustled her and was tougher mentally." Waterville hurts Lady .s in twin billing Mansfield Lady Kernels softball team lost to Waterville 13-0 in the first ' game of a doubleheader on April 24. Waterville scored in every inning but the fifth to pull away from the Lady Kernels and end the game in five innings. Mikia Tupling pitched for Mansfield and smack out two batters. Robin Hansen was 2-3 with one RBI, Colby Tanneberg was 3-3 with two '. doubles, Kimber Peters was 1-2 with one RBI, Nicky Jenson was 1-2, Abby :- Demullen was 1-2 and Kayla Moore was 1-2. ' The Lady Kernels suffered a 19-1 loss Io Waterville in the closing game of : the doubleheader. Waterville scored eight runs in the fifth inning to pull away for the victory." ' Megan Hansen pitched for Mansfield. Robin Hansen was 1-2, Kimber Peters was 1-.2 with a double and one RBI and Kayla Moore was 1-2. Mansfield finished out the week with a 27-4 loss to Manson in the first game of a doubleheader last Thursday afternoon. Manson scored 10 runs in the third and 10 in the fourth to take control of' v the game. . Mikia Tupling pitched for Mansfield and smack out two batters. Robin Hansen was 1-3 with one RBI, Colby Tanneberg was 2-3 with two RBIs, Nicky Jenson was 1-3 with one RBI, Hailey Greer was 1-2, Mikia.- Tupling was 2-2, Megan Hansen was 2-2, Abby Demullen was 2-2 and Kayla, , Moore was 2-2. "' '- The Kernels finished out the doubleheader with a 34-3 loss to Manson. ; :: 4 Megan Hansen pitched and smack out one batter. Robin Hansen was 2-3, Colby Tanneberg was 1-2, Nicky Jenson was 1-2"" " . ~t with one RBI, Mikia Tuplmg was 1-2, Megan Hansen was 1-2, Kayla Moore; was 1-2 and Hailey Greer had one RBI. ' !.