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Ound City H~rald, May :3:2001 Patna 11 iiiiii: " John Cleveland II photo Taylor Rains returns this shot for Pateroa as his doubles partner TaG Stettler watches on. Rains and Stettler have been undefeated this season in firat boys doubles. Pateros girls tennis team beat Wil- Becca Armistead and Sheila Borst/ "Kelly Allen and Paris Lilly con- son Creek 3-2 and the Pateros boys Katie Dundas beat LeeAnne tinue to improve every match," said won 3-0 on April 24. Campbell/Neonderlyn Christ 9-7. Travis Hellewell, Pateros tennis Tamsin Wilson beat LeeAnne Jeff Zahn beat Adam Schwab 6-4, coach. Campbell4-6, 6-2, 6-2, Yuri Barrios 6-1, Taylor Rains/TaG Stettler beat Pateros girls beat Entiat 5-0 and losttoFelicityOttis8-4,NalleliMota Wade Lesser/Nick Wilson 6-1, 6-4 the Pateros boys beat Entiat 5-0 last lost to Becca Armistead 8-5, Kelly and Geoff Hiltz/Garrett Rains beat Thursday afternoon. Allen/Paris Lilly beat Felicity Ottis/ Brian Cox/Derek Sehafer 8-5.Tamsin Wilson beat Audra Wanner 6-1, 6-0, Yuri Barrios beat China Davis 6-2, 6-0, Nalleli Mota beat Sarah Bailes 6-1,6-2, Kelly Allen/ Paris Lilly beat Krystin O' Braun/ Kelsey Schmidt 6-2, 6-1, Katie Dundas/Maria Villasano beat Meghan Bayliss/China Davis 6-1, 6-2. Jeff Zahn beat Jose Rojas 6-4, 6-4, Geoff Hiltz beat Mark Bell 6-2, 6-2, Garrett Rains beat Jared Bailes 8-2, Taylor Rains/TaG Stettler beat Gene Poe/Oscar Avelar 6-4, 6-2, Geoff Hiltz/Garrett Rains beat Don Guerrero/Jesse Rodriguez 6-0, 6-0. "Our boys and girls teams played aggressive tennis today," said Hellewell. Pateros girls beat Lake Roosevelt 5 -0 and the Pateros boys lost 4-1 last Monday afternoon. Tamsin Wilson beat Kassandra Lee 6-3, 6-1, Yuri Barrios beat Heather Stiegelmeyer 2-6, 7-5, 6-2, Nalleli Mota beat Amelia Moses 8-2, Kelly Allen/Paris Lilly beat Shoshannah Jordan/Morgan Montes 6-1,6-3 and Sheila Borst/ Katie Dundas beat Allisha S trombach/ Danielle Harrington 6-I, 6-0. Jeff Zahn lost to James Pakootas 6-1, 1-6, 7-5, Alex Lange lost to Willi Wak Wak 6-3, 6-2, Alex Lange forfeited to Dan Hinton, Taylor Rains/TaG Stettler beat Khris Kiedrowski/Brad Oliver 6- 4, 5-7, 6-2 and Geoff Hiltz/Garrett Rains lost to David Reese/Joel Stauffer 6-2, 7-6 (7-1). "Taylor and TaG played a domi- nating third set to improve their undefeated record," said Hellewell. "Yuri Barrios came back to win the second and third sets for an impressive win." Brewster boys and girls track meter hurdles in 46.14 and the 100 jump at 5-0 and the triple jump 16.04, long jump at 11-7 1/4 and the teams traveled to Lake Roosevelt meters in 12.44. at 34-7. 100-meter hurdles at 29.52. to compete in a dual track meet Raul RiGs finished the 1600 meters Jason Isenhart finished the 1600 Amanda Dinjian finished the shot on April 24. in 5:04 and the g00 meters in 2:20.19. meters in 5:39 and the javelin at putat23-7 1/2 and the discus at 73-3. Brett Bi'se finished the 100 meters TylerEvansfmishedthe400meters 103-0. BridgetHauswirthfinishedthe 100 in 11.59 and the 200 meters in 24.47. in 49.98 and the javelin at 77-10. The Brewster boys 1600-meter re- meters in 15.56. "Steele Fitzloff finished the 800 Dustin Boesel finished the 200 lay finished in4:00.62. Kim Shenyer finished the 100 m&ers in 2:20.85. meters in 25.05. Nancy RiGs finished the 200 metersin 16.10 and the 400 meters in LuisMotafinishedthe 1600meters DJ. Smith finished the discus at meters in 28.42 and the 400 meters 1:16.03. in5:31andthe800metersin2:32.48. 100-4. in 1:06.27. MiehelleJoynerfinishedthe 1600 Wakan Burrows finished the 300- Travis Wiltse finished the high Ashley Base finished the 100 in meters in 4:49.5. Brewster3 Nancy RiGs wins four events at Liberty Bell Invite Brewster's Nancy RiGs had four Brewster, 34-0 I/4; 6) Alex individual victories, Brett Base had Hernandez, Bridgeport, 32-5. two individual victories and Shot Put: l) Rehm, Okanogan,50- Bridgeport's Victor Sanchez had one 3; 6) Miles Magnnson, Mansfield, victory at the Liberty Bell Invita- 42-7. tional Track Meet last Friday after- Discus: 1) Rehm, Okanogan,135- noon. 6 1/2. RiGs has broke four sehoolrecords Javelin: 1) Griffiths, Cbelan, 143- in the 1600 meters in five minutes 4; 4) DJ. Smith, Brewster, 116-6. and 22 seconds, 800 meters in 2:22, 3200: 1) Hewitt, Republic, 10:59.1. javelin in 110 feet six inches and discus in l05-11 1/2-- all in the last Girls Winner two weeks -- and Base broke the 100 and Quad City Placers meters school record with an ll.25at 100 Hurdles: 1) Hinkle, Liberty Liberty Bell. Bell, 16.96; 3) Britt Bomar, Sanehez won the ll0-meterhurdles Mansfield, 18.31; 4) Jenny Parsons, for Bridgeport. Bridgeport, 19.0. The wrong team scores were re- 1600: 1) Nancy Rios, Brewster, portedat theLiberty Bell Invitational 5:36.8. 100: 1) Grnbbs, Lake Roosevelt, Boys winners 12.81; 5) Enedelia Garcia, Bridge- and Quad City Placers port, 14.21. 110 Hurdles: 1) Victor Sanchez, 400 Relay: 1) Okanogan, 52.62; 3) Bridgeport, 16.37; 4) Forrest Mansfield, 57.78. ,Chedester, Bridgeport, 17.23. 800: 1) Nancy RiGs, Brewster, 1600: 1)Hewitt, Republic,4:43.87[ 2:28.5. 2) Raul RiGs, Brewster, 4:46.56. 200: 1) Pillow, Okanogan, 26.6. 100: 1)BrettBise, Brewster, 11.25; 400: 1) White, Okanogan, 1:02.0; 6) Alex Gutierrez, Bridgeport, 11.6. 6) Kim Shenyer, 1:14.7. 400 Relay: 1) Lake Roosevelt, 1600 Relay: 1) Chelan, 4:48.5. 46.34; 2) Brewster, 46.61; 4) Bridge. 800 Relay: 1) Okanogan, 1:52.1. port, 47.0; 5) Mansfield, 47.25. High Jump: 1)Hinkle, LibertyBell, 800: 1) Figueroa, Chelan, 2:04.4; 4-8; 4) Bridget Hanswirth, Brewster, 4) Raul RiGs, Brewster, 2:14.0. 4-2. 200: 1) Brett Base, Brewster, 23.6; Long Jump: 1) Atlridge, Okanogan, 6) Taylor Simmons, Mansfield, 24.5. 15-1. 400: 1) Tonasket, Okanogan,52.7; Discus: 1) Nancy RiGs, Brewster, 2)LeonelCerda, Bridgeport, 53.4; 3) 105-11 1/2. Vance, Mansfield, 57.1; 4) Tyler Javelin: 1) Nancy RiGs, Brewster, Evans, Brewster, 57.6. 110-6; 4) Brook Sattler, Bridgelmrt' 300 Hurdles: 1) Lopez, Manson, 79-11. 42.6; 3) Wakan Burrows, Brewster, Shot Put: 1) Corrales, Okanogan, 44.2; 5) Victor Sanehez, Bridgeport, 38-3 1/2; 3) Bridget Hauswirth, 45.7; 6) Forrest Chedester, Bridge- Brewster, 30-5 1/4;4) KariSimmons, port, 47.4. Mansfield, 29-9; 6)Johnson, Bridge- 1600 Relay: 1) Republic, 3:49.2; port, 27-10. 2) Brewster, 3:49.3; 6) Bridgeport, Triple Jump: 1) Attridge, 4:01.1. Okanogan, 32-2 1/2. Long Jump: 1) Griffiths, Chelan, 3200: 1)Pickett, Waterville, 13:18. 19-7. 300 Hurdles: 1) Grubbs, Lake High Jump: 1)Cotner, Liberty Bell, Roosevelt, 49.4; 3) Britt Bomar, 6-2. Mansfield, 54.3; 4) Jenny Parsons, Triple Jump: 1) Landon, Bridgeport, 54.4; 5) Nicky Jenson, Waterville,39-61/4;4)TravisWiltse, Mansfield, 55.9. s bow to at in doubleheader Bridgeport Mustangs baseball team finished out their week with a double- header loss to Entiat last Saturday afternoon. The Mustangs began the day with a 27-5 loss to Entiat in the fwst game. Randy Dahl started the game and went two-thirds of an inning and gave up eight runs, three hits and three walks. Mario Alvarez finished out the final four and one.third innings and gave up 13 earned runs, 15 hits, one walk and struck out four batters. Gabe Burns was 2-2 with a double "We just weren't andtwo RBIs and Keith Brown was 1-1 with one RBI. ready to play," Bridgeport closed out the double- header with a 13-1 loss to Entiat. - Dan Andrews, And w Mullinstartedandwentthree and one-third innings on the mound and Bridgeport coach, gave up eight earned runs, nine hits, one ' walk and struck out one batter. Randy Dalai finished out the final one and two-thirds and gave up one earned run, four hits and struck out three batters. Randy Dahl was 1-2 with one RBI and Andrew Mullin was 1-2. '"'We just weren't ready to play," said Dan Andrews, Bridgeport baseball coach. "They just hit everything we threw --- it wasn't our day." Lady Bears JV learning as they go Brewster Lady Bears junior var- sity softball team has been improving every game according to coaeh Bill Vallance. "The girls have come a long way this season in learning the game and improving their skills." Brewster JV lost to Okanogan 14- 5 on April 7 in the fLrst game of the doubleheader. Kellie Troop was 1-2 with a home run and two RBIs, Gloryss Viveros was 1-2 with a home run and one RBI, Brenda Arevalo was 1-2 with a home run and one RBI and Jessica Bobadilla was 1-2. Brewster lost to Okanogan 36-16 in the second game. Bernice Mariscal was 1-2, Graciela Mariscal was 1-1 with a triple and one RBI, Gloryss Viveros was 1-3, Amy Fisher was 1-2 with a home run and two RBIs, Brenda Arevalo was 3-4 with a triple and four RBIs and Jessica Bobadilla was 1-1. The JV beat Oroville 20-8 on April 10. Bernice Mariscal was 2-4, Graciela Mariscal was 1-1, Brenda Arevalo was 1-1, Jessica Bobadilla was 1-3, Bekah Sonneman was 1-1 andJenise Umberger was 1-1 with a double. Brewster JV beat Liberty Bell 27- 12. Bernice Mariscal was 1-6, Graciela Mariscal was 3-5 with a home run, JessicaBobadillawas 3-5 with atriple and home run, Eva Alvarado was 1- 3, Paola Villagrana was 2-3 and Ber0nica Garcia was 1-3. Brewster won by forfeit over Chelan on April 17. BerniceMariscal was 1-3,Yezenia Cnin was 2-2 with one RBI, Graciela Mariscal was 2-3 with a home run and two RBIs, Brenda Arevalo was 1-3, Jessica Bobadilla was 1-4 with one RBI. TheJV lost to Cascade 16-8 in the fwst game of a doubleheader April 19. Bernice Mariscal was 1-1, Yezenia Cuin was 1-2, Graciela Mariscai was 2-3 with a double and three RBIs, Brenda Arevalo was 1-1 with one RB!, Jessica Bobadilla was 1-1, Eva Alvarado was 1-3, Jenise Umberger was 2-3 and Beronica Garcia was 1- 1. Brewster lost the second game to Cascade 7-4. Bernice Mariscal was 2-3, Yezenia Cuin was 3-3 with a double and one RBI, Graciela Mariscal was 1-3 and Brenda Arevalo was 2-2 with a double and one RBI. Brewster beat Oroville 15-3 in the first game of a doubleheader on April 20. Bernice Mariscal was 1-3, Leanne Troop was 1-1 and Jenise Umberger was 2-2 with two RBIs. The JV won the second game 22- 12 over Oroville. Bernice Mariscal was 2-2, Bekah Sonneman was 2-2, Yezenia Cuin was 2-4, Graeiela Mariscal was 4-5 with a home run, Brenda Arevalo was 3-4 with a Iriple and home run, Jessica Bobadilla was 1-3, Amy Fisher was I-3 with a triple, Eva Alvarado was 2-4 and Beronica Garcia was 1-3. both sides of doubleheader Mansfield Kernels were no-hit startedoutshaky,"saidRussStilwell, Colby finished out the final two by Soap Lake last Saturday after- Mansfield baseball coach. "Miles inningsonthemoundforMansfield. noon in a 14-0 loss to begin a came in and shut them down in the "Mark had a rough first inning but doubleheader, last two innings --- he had a pretty he didn't do too bad for an eighth Dusty Wittig started the game for solid pitching performance." grader," said Stilwell. Mansfield and pitched three innings Mansfield finishedout the double- Taylor Simmons was 1-3, Aaron and Miles Magnuson closed out the header with a 13-2 loss to Soap Colby was 1-2, Sam Gipson was final three innings on the mound for Lake. 1-2 with a double, Miles Magnuson the Kernels. Mark Jenson started the game was 2-3 and Kris McDougall was "Dusty pitched pretty well but he and went three innings and Aaron 1-1. John Cleveland II photo Mansfield's third baseman fields a gounder in one of their losses to Bridgeport last Tuesday. gs Bridgeport's Andrew Mullin holds Kernels to one hit Bridgeport Mustangs baseball team started out the Zach Sisson picked up the only hit for Mansfield. week with a doubleheader Sweep over the Mansfield Bridgeport came through with a 15-4 victory over Kernels on April 24. Mansfield in the closing game of the doubleheader. The Mustangs started out the doubleheader with a 28- Mario Alvarez picked up the victory 0 victory over Mansfield in five innings, and gave up three earned runs, five hits, one walk and Andrew Mullah started and picked up the complete- struck out five batters for Bridgeport. game victory and gave up one hit, two walks and struck Miles Magnuson started the game for Mansfield and out 10 batters for Bridgeport. Dusty Wittig finished out the final two innings. Mark Jenson started for Mansfield and he struck out Richard Carmack was 3-3 with a home run, triple and two batters in the first inning. Aaron Colby finished out fiveRBIs forBridgeportandAndrew Mullinwas2-3 with the f'mal two innings for the Kernels. a double and two RBIs. RandyDahlwas 3-5 with three doubles and five RBIs Aaron Colby was 1-2 with one RBI for Mansfield, for the Mustangs, RiehardCarmack was 3-5 with two TravisWittigwas 1-3,SamGipsonwas2-3withadouble, doubles and five RBIs, Gabe Bums was 2-2 with a home Miles Magnuson was 1-2 and Dusty Wittig was 1-2. run and two RBIs, Mark Mathews was 3-4 with two "We have our times," said Russ Sfilwell, Mansfield doubles and four RBIs and Cody Dezellem was 2-3 with baseball coach. "We have our good innings and our bad a double and four RBIs. innings." Invite Cont' d from page 9 1600: 1) McGrath, Kittitas, 4:48. 400 Relay: 1) Bridgeport, 46.82. 400: l) Razee, Easton, 53.20; 3) Leonel Cerda, Bridgeport, 54.50; 4) Garcia, Bridgeport, 55.16. 300 Hurdles: I) Berry, Kittitas, 43.78; 2) Victor Sanchez, Bridge. port, 45.25; 3) Ilya Ivanov, Pateros, 45.64; 7) Forrest Chedester, Bridge- port, 47.16. 800: 1) Oliver, Liberty Bell, 2:08.53. 200: 1) Razee, Easton, 23.94; 6) Leonel Cerda, Bridgeport, 25.0; 7) Simmons, Mansfield, 25.04; 8) Wall, Mansfield, 25.38. 3200: 1) Hall, Easton, 10:49.45. 1600 Relay: 1) Kittitas, 3:44.03; 2) Bridgeport, 3:49.62. High Jump: 1) Komer, LibertyBell, 5-10. Long Jump: 1) Vargas, Manson, 19-10; 8) Christian Montiel, Bridge- port, 17-0. Triple Jump: 1) Brune, Kittitas, 38-0; 8) Hernandez, Bridgeport, 32- 103/4. Pole Vault: 1) Nelson, Oroville, 10-0; 4) llya Ivanov, Pateros, 9-0. Discus: 1) Rehm, Okanogan, 122- 1; 4) Mendez, Bridgeport, lll-4; 6) Sanchez, Bridgeport; 104-3; 7) Alex Zamora, Bridgeport, 102-9. Javelin: 1) Jenson, Oroville, 160-0. Shot Put: 1) Rehm, Okanogan, 49- 7;4) Miles Magnuson, Mansfield, 42-3 1/2; 7) Mendez, Bridget.'t, 38- 10; 8) Cody Farrington, BridgelXa't' 38-0. Lake Woods Ladies April 25, 2001 Div. I Low Gross: Chris Benson Low Net: Betty Henton Div. H Low Gross: Linda Field Low Net: Carol Smith Birdies: Chris Benson #16 Chip-ins: Chris Benson #16, Betty Henton #10 Lake Woods Men's April 26, 2001 Day. I Low Gross - Joe Riggan Low Net- Ike Vallance Div. H Low Gross - Vern McGaha Low Net - John Engholm Closest to hole #14- Corky Taber