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,! F L J 7 ` QCH ;p Ouad City Horald May 7 1998 paaa n Howard Rose, low gross, and Vern Ellis, low net, won the first Alta Lake Men's Club night of the season on April 28. AI Milton was second low gross followed by Harvey Lambert and Frank Taylor. MikeThmber andWoody Hunter tied for second low net followed byRon Brown. The $25 yearly fee is due for all Alta Lake Men's Club members. The first Tuesday of each month is steak night and the computers are up to record scores. Lake Woods Men's Golf April 30 Div. I - Low gross: John Vranjes; Low net: Phil rose. Div. It - Low gross: Don Fenton; Low net: Louis Mounier. Closest to #8: Joe Riggan. April 22 Special Event: Take off worst three holes minus handicap - Colleen Mounier. Long Drive: 1st Divi- sion - Jenny Kucera. Long Drive: 2nd Divi- sion - Gwen Rinker. Chip Ins: Gwen Rinker. April 29 Div. I: Low net - Betty Henton. Div. II: Low net - LiMa Field. Long Drive: Div. I - Chris Benson. Div. II - Clam Sterley. Chip-Ins: CarolSmith,#8. Pateros track teams win [00ICW meet in Bridgeport The Pateros boys and girls track teams dominated the North Central Washing- ton B League Track Meet they hosted at Bridgeport last Friday afternoon and won both team titles. The Pateros boys won I0 events and the girls won seven events. Nate Carlson won the 1600 meters and 800 meters, Jason Cievenger won the 100 meters and 200 meters, Shane Scroggie won the 110 meter hurdles and 300 hurdles, John Perazzo won the 400 meters and Nathan Sandy won the long jump. Carlson is hoping to break the best time his dad, Howard Carlson, ran at college. He came very close with the two minutes and 2:12 seconds he ran in this meet. The boys 400 meter relay and 1600 meter relay also won. Andrea Johnson won the 400 meters, 200 meters and shotput, Kelly Allen won the 1600 meters, Annie Neuneker won the 800 meters and javelin. The girls 1600 meter relay also won. Boys Results 110 hurdles: Scroggie, Pateros, 18.28; Lopez, Manson, 19.96. 100: Clevenger, Pateros, 11.33; Harrison, Watervige, 11.85; Valdovinos, Manson, 12.08; Milbu m, Manson, 12.10; Sandy, Pateros, i 2.22; Self, Manson, 12.44. 1600: Cadson, Palates, 4:32.05; A. Pickett, Waterville, 5:04.40; J. Pickett, Waterville, 5:33.68; Horsele, SL-WC, 5:44.48; Moland, MLC, 5:56.55; Guzman, Manson, 6:14.49. 400 relay: Pateros, 46.82; Manson, 48.36; SL-WC. 52.85. 400: Perazzo, Patems, 53.69; Sandy, Patems, 55.53; Harrison, Waterville, 56.43; Tmutman, Patems, 56.53; J. Pickett, WaterviUe, 1:00.13; Vasquez, Manson, 1:04.82. 300 hurdles: Scroggie, Pateros, 42.47; Lopez, Manson, 49.96; Harrison, MLC, 54.81; Bowen, Manson, 56.53. 800: Carson, Pateros, 2:02.12; Perazzo, Pateros, 2:16.04; Troutman, Palates, 2:21.20; J. Pickett, Waterville, 2:25.57. 200: Clevenger, Pateros, 23.40; Harrison, Waterville, 24.29; Valdovinos, Manson, 24.45; Scroggie, Pateros, 24.83; Milbum, Manson, 25.12; Cadson, Patems, 25.84. 3200: A. Pickett, Waterville, 11:37.28; J. Pickett, Waterville, 12:27.41; Whipps, SL-WC, 12:37.98. 1600 relay: Patems, 3:39.69; MLC, 4:33.73. Long jump: Sandy, 19-1 1/2; Bigger, Waterville, 18-7 1/2; Milburn, 18-4 1/2; Valdovinos. Manson, 18; M. Sandy, Paterm, 17-7; Hosselz, SL-WC. 16-5. High jump: Bigger, WaterviBe, 6-2; Holloway, CBA, 5-4. Triple jump: Bigger, Waterville, 39-11; Hosselz, SL-WC, 34-11; Lautensleger, Pateros, 29-2; M. Sandy, 28-7. Shotput: Munro, WaterviLle, 37-4; Darling, SL- WC, 37-3; Lantensleger, Patems, 37-3; Picton, Manson. 36; Winzler, MI.,C, 35-6; Sallis. MLC. 29 -7. Discus: Beck, CBA, 105-5; Holloway, CBA, 101-7; Barren, SL-WC, 90-5 1/2; Daring, SL- WC, 85-1; Winzler, MLC, 84-8; Whipps. SL-WC, 81-11. Javelin: Beck, CBA, 132-6 1/2; Daring. SL- WC, 122.6 1/2; W inzler, MLC, 116-3; Barren. SL-WC, 114-4; HoRoway, CBA, 113-8; Lopez, Manson, 113-7. Boys Team Scores Pateros 118, Waterville 75, Manson 48, Soap Lake-Wilson Creek 41, Columbia Basin Alterna- tive 30, Moses Lake Christian 21. Girls Results 3200: Lewellen, SL-WC, 16:17.7. 100 hurdles: O' Barmen, MLC, 17.80; Risa, SL-WC, 23.23. 100: Madson, WaterviUe, 13.87; RebiUard, SL- we, 13.92; Neuneker, Pateros, 14.16; Bmggman, Waterville, 14.49; Rosboragh, MLC, 14.81; Crinenden, MLC, 15.20.. 1600: Allen, Pateros, 5:50.04; Nelson, Manson, 5:50.25. 400 relay: SL-WC, 1:01.77. 400: Johnson, Pateros, 1:03.10; Trontman, 1:08.13; Bruggman, Waterville, 1 .'09.72. 300 hurdles: O' Barmen, MLC. 52.12; Nelson, Manson, 54.73; Rebillard, SL-WC, 56.81; Clinton, Manson, 58.88. 800: Neuneker, Pateros, 2:35.10; Allen, Patems, 2:35.18; Clinton, Manson, 3:05.30. 200: Johnson, Pateros, 27.06; Nelson, Manson, 30.15; Kostelnik, SL-WC, 30.24; Bmggman, WaterviUe, 32.03; Rashavoan, SL- we, 34.42; Crittendon, MLC, 37.00. 1600 relay: Patems, 4:25.06; SL-WC,5:42.82. Long jump: O' Bannon, MLC, 15-6 1/4; Rebillard, SL-WC, 14-101/4; Troutman, 13-11 1/ 2; Madson, Waterville, 13-10 1/2. High jump: Madson, Waterville, 4-8; Day, CBA, 4-8; Koenig, Manson, 4-2. Triple jump: O' Barmen, MLC, 34-4; Troutman, Palates, 29-2 1/2; Kostelnic, SL-WC. 26-4. Shotput: Johnson, Pateros, 34-3 1/2; Riddell, Waterville, 33-9; McFanl, MLC, 27-5; Hammond, SL-WC, 24-4; Boonnan, MLC, 23-6. Discus: Day,CBA, 109-11; RiddeR, Watervilh, 102-5; McFanl, MLC 89-1 1/2; Boorman, MLC, 76-7; Terry, SL-WC, 61-2; Wykoff, SL-WC, 49. Javelin: Neuneker, Pateros, 97-8; Day, CBA. 88-9; McFaul. MLC, 7%10 1/2; Boorman, MLC, 73-4; Clinton, Manson, 67; Wyahoff, SL-WC, 60-7, Girls Team Results Patems 82, Soap Lake-Wilson Creek 61, Moses Lake Christian 56, Waterville 41, Manson 31, Columbia Basin Alternative 20. / i John F. Cleveland II photo Nato Carlson leads John Psrazzo and Matt Troutman aa he gains wins In both the 800 and 1600 at the Pateroa track moat last Friday. John F. Cleveland II photo Pateroa' Jason Crewley stretches for a throw at firet bau for the out during the Billygoat sweep over Entlat last Saturday. Pataroa is in prime position to Win the league championship after beating Day Star Christian on "rueaday. Billygoats have a shot at league title The Pateros Billygoats baseball team put their destiny in their own hands by sweeping Waterville and Entiat last week, and getting a little help from Day Star Christian. Day Star Christian had been leading the North Central Washington B League, but suffered a loss to Manson last Friday afternoon. This loss gives the Billygoats a chance to win the league championship if they win the rest of their games n that included a doubleheader with Day Star last Tuesday. Pateros started out the week with a 7-4 victory over Waterville in the opening game of the double- header on April 28. Pateros rallied for four runs in the sixth inning to pull away for the win. Clint Hull pitched an excellent game and he went seven innings and gave up three earned runs, four hits, walked two and struck out 12 Waterville batters. Chris Zahn had the hot bat for Pateros and he led the team with a 3-4 performance at the plate with a home run and two RBIs, Jorge Lopez came through with a 3-4 outing with one RBI, Clint Hull was 1-4 with a double and two RBIs, Richard Carmack was 2-3 with two RBIs and Brian Crooks, Andy Simmons and Dustin Mauk all added singles. Psteroe 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 -- 7 Wsterville 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 -- 5 The Billygoats started out strong and gained the easy 17-5 five-inning win to close out the double- header. Pateros jumped out to a 4-2 lead and added six runs in the third and seven runs in the fourth to gain the final advantage. Zahn had another strong game and finished with a 2' 3 outing with a double, home run and five RBIs, Hull was 3-4 with a double and three RBIs, Jason Crawley went 2-3 with two home runs and three RBIs, Carmack was 2-4 with a double, home run and four RBIs and Andy Simmons was 2-4. Joe Clevenger started and went one inning and gave up two earned runs, three hits, one walk and struck out one. Crawley went two innings and gave up three earned runs, four hits, three walks and struck out one. Crooks pitched two innings and gave up one hit, no earned runs or walks and struck out four. I Pateros 4 0 6 7 0-- 17 I Wsterville 2 1 2 0 0 -- 5 J Pateros got off to a slow start but rallied to gain a 14- I victory in the opening game of the doubleheader last Saturday afternoon in five innings. The Billygoats used a 12-run fourth inning to put the game away and gain the easy victory. Hull went five innings on the mound and gave up one earned run, one hit, two walks and struck out nine. Simmons was 2-3 with a double, home run and two RBIs, Jorge Lopez was 1-3 with two RBIs, Hull and Crooks were both I-3 with one RBI and Dustin Mauk and Carmack were both I-2 with one RBI. Entlat 1 0 0 0 0  1 Pateros 2 0 0 12 X- 14 The Billygoats scored in every inning and easily beat Entiat 16-4 in five innings to close out the doubleheader. Pateros scored six runs in the first and put the game away with six runs in the fourth. Zahn was a perfect 2-2 at the plate with two doubles and two RBIs, Hull was 2-4 with four RBIs, Jorge Lopez went 2-4 with two RBIs, Crooks was 2-2 with one RBI, Mauk was 2-2 with two doubles and two RBIs, Carmack was 2-3 with one RBI and Clevenger went 1-4 with a double and one RBI. Clevenger started the game and went three innings and gave up two earned runs, four hits, one walk and struck out four. Crooks finished out the game and gave up two earned runs, four hits, three walks and struck out four. Entlet 0 0 , 2 2 0 .- 4 Peteroe 6 2 2 6 X  16 L Pateros girls blank Okanogan on tennis court The Pateros girls tennis team beat Okanogan 5-0 and the boys lost 4-1 on April 28. Emma Wilson beat Crystal Fowler 6-3, 6.1, Marlah I.aft beat Betsy Heft 8-1, Melissa Nieuwenhnis beat Megan Bivins 8-0, Krista Ervin-Heidi Scroggie beat Anna Burchand-Andi Combs 6-3, 6.4, Tamsin Wdson-Katie Dundas beat Shannon Bergstrom-Keisey Brander 8-3. Omero Alvarez lost to Mike Mclntosh 6-0, 6-0, Tee Stettler lost to Matt Paterson 8-5, Troy Keens lost to Paul Homer 8-4, Jacob Bucholz-Zach Ross lost to Damon Cook-Adam Goroch 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, Patrick Dundas- Jesse Steele won by forfeit. HellS Brown von herJV match 8-3 and Cam Hofmann- Armando Mendoza won their JV match 8-4. The Pateros girls tennis team beat Entiat 4-1 and the boys lost 4-1. Krista Ervin beat Katie Small 6.0, 6-2, Katie Dundas beat Corina Gifford 6-4, 6-4, Mariah Luft-Emma Wil- son lost to Jodi Johnson-Ruth Dalgas 6.2, 6.4, Melissa Nieuwenhuis-Holli Brown beat Rhianna Macmaster- Adeana Brown 6-4, 6-4, Krista Ervin-Katie Dundas beat Brook Kelly-Kim Wilsey 8-I. Patrick Dundas lost to Carlos Paz 6-0, 6-1, Jesse Steele lost to John Short 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, Cam Hofmann lost to Felipe Avelar 6-7 (7-5), 7-6 (7-5), 1-0 (7-5), Jacob Bucholz-Zach Ross beat Carlos Paz-John Short 6-3,6-4, Brian Ehlenbach-Tao Startler lost to Gene Poe- Jose Quesada 9-7. Vranjes cards medalist score at Oroville Traci Vranjes led the Brewster girls golf team with a medalist score of 59 at the Omville golf meet on April 28. There were not enough girls playing to qualify for team scores. Lyndsay Webster shot a 79 and Danielle Michel shot an 84 for the Brewster girls. The Waterville boys won the team title with a 190, Oroville 195, Brewster 226. Jared Brandt, Waterville, shot a 46 to claim the boys medalist honors. Lance Dial shot a 57 for the Brewster boys, Jon Brown 49, Gabe Webster 60, Be Palmanteer 60, Eric Milton 65. Chris Hurley shot a 51 for the Bridgeport-Mansfield boys, Jason Lyons 69, Cory Lyons 59. Vranjes continued her successful week with another girls medalist finish at the Quincy golf meet last Thurs- day afternoon with a 112 over 18 holes. There were not enough girls playing to post team scores. The Quincy boys won the team tiUe with a 383, Brewster 407. Lance Dial, Brewster, was the boys medalist with an 86 over 18 holes. Jon Brown shot a 110 for Brewster, Erik Milton 114, Gabs Webster 116, Be Palmanteer 97,Ben Banner 126. Chris Hurley shot a 91 for Bridgeport-Mansfield, Cory Lyons 113.