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Pa9e 8 May 14. 1981 Quad City Herald Brewster trackmen win league title By Bill Vallanee, staff writer Brewster boys and girls track teams traveled to Chelan last Friday for the season's last and deciding league track and field meet. The boys came out on top edgvg PD by 2 poa= W, to become the league cham- ps, making the Brewster boys sports program a com- plete sweep for league titles tn the 801 seasen. lton and Gary Knowiton both turned in excellent efforts with IRon taking first in the JavHn (182 ft.)and a 2nd and 3rd place ribbons while brother Gary had a Ist in the 100 meter High Hurdles and a 2nd and 3rd also. Ted Riggun took 2nd in the Pole Vault and Todd Dezellen-. and Kelly Brown bad 3rds in the Triple Jump and 1600 meter run respec- tively. In the relays the boys took a 1st and a 5th with the 1st cong in the 1600 meter relay with a time of 3.44.4 and Ron Knowlton, Gary Knowlton, Todd Dezellem and Ted Riggen took 5th in the 400 Meter Relay. Norm Swezey finished 6th in the Discus for the Bears. In girls track action the Bears took 3rd with 66 points behind Watervllle who placed 1st in the standings with 91 points. The girls placed 1st in the 1600 Meter Relay with a time of 4.47, 2nd in the 400 Meter Relay and 3rd in the 800 Meter Relay. Nina Hagy took 2rid in the 1600 Meter Run and Cindy Bally placed 2nd in the 300 Meter Low Hurdles. Third place ribbon win. ners were Nina Hagy in the 800 Meter Run, Darla Brown in the 400 Meter Dash and Stacy Fitzhugh in the 300 Meter Low Hurdles. Rhonda McWhorter placed 4th in the 400 meter dash. Mansfield hosts Jr. High track meet Five area teams par- tlclpated at the Mansfield Jr. High Track meet April 30. Competing under sunny skies the Chelan Boys team took top honors scoring 110 points. They were followed by Brewster with 65, Mans- field 46, Pateros 19 and En- tiat with 18. 7th Grade Boys I00 M. Dash - Kinzel, Man- afield, 2rid; Meyers, Pateros, 4th. 1200 M. Ran- Glesm, Msns, 3:54; Swezey, Brew, fourth. 400 M. Relay - Brew, 2nd; Mans, 3rd; Pateros, 4th. 100 M. Low Hurdles - Eric Dawson, Brew, 2rid. 800 M. Run - Kinzel, Marts, 2:30.6; Randy Blckham, Brew 3rd. Eric Jenkins, Brew. 4th. 200 M. Dash - Klnzel, Mans, 2nd; Creveling, Brew, 3rd; Meyers, Pat, 4th. 800 M. Relay - Mansfield 2rid; Brewster, 3rd. Shot Put - Gelatin, Brew, 2nd; Swearinger, Brew, 3rd; Fraley, Pat, 4th. Long Jump Creveltng, Brewster, 3rd. High Jump - Meyers, Pat., 2nd; Martin, Marts., 3rd. Discus - Gelatin, Brew., 2rid; Fraley, Pat,, 4th. 400 M. Dash - Glessnsr, 1st, Mans., 1:05; Creveling, Brew., 2nd; Fraley, Pat., 4th. 8th Grade Boys 100 M. Dash - Fraley, Pat., 3rd;McWhorter, Brew., 4th. 1200 M. Ren- Riggan, Brew., lst,4:06. 400 M. Relay Brewster, 2nd. 100 M. Low Hurdles - Fox, Brew., 1st, 13.69; Greninger, Mans., 3rd. 800 M. Run - Fox, Brew, 1st, 2:33.7; Dezellem, Brew., 3rd; Kennaugh, Mans., 4th. 0 M. Dash - Fraley, 2nd, Pateres; Preston Mans., 4th. 800 M. Relay - Mansfield 2rid; Brewster 3rd. Shot Put - Boesel, Brew., 3rd. Long Jump - Fraley, Pat., 1st, 16'0"; Fox, Brew., 2rid; Preston, Marts., 3rd; Greniger, Marts., 4th. Hlgh Jmup- Boesel, Brew., 1st, 5'6"; Greninger, Marts., 4th. Discus - Grsnluger, Marts., Zst, 95'6%"; Fraley, Pat., 3rd; Bayless, Maus., 4th. 400 M. Dash-Boesel, Brew., 1:00.44; Kennaugh, Mans., 4th. Mansfield competes in Junior High meet Mansfield Junior Hi track competed at the Bridgeport Invitational last Thursday in Alta Lake Golf Lake Woods Ladles Golf Club held their weekly play day with 20 memhers par- ttclpating in bingo, bango, bongo with Helen Nelson winning the moot points. Low gross found a tie bet- ween Evelyn Picard and Marge Patterson. Gladys Worshem bad low net. Carol Buckinghamhad long drive. Marlys Parsons and Kay Atwood tied for cloooot to the pin. Least putts was all tied up with Darlene James, Evelyn Picard, Kay Atwood, Genelle Tupling and Marge Patterson having the same number. Kay Atwood made a birdie on No.8. Lenora Douson parred the most holes. Men's night at Lake Woods Golf Course on May 7 had the following results: Low gross hdop 0-17, Was Rice. ' Low gross hdcp 18 and above, Ed Worsham. First low net, Wendell Norwood. Second low net, Tony Skirko. Clooest to pin on No. 6, Reuben Boynton. All male golfers interested in the spring handicap should sign. up at the Club House now. The event will begin on May 28. May 5, Men's Club winners were Vaugh n Wolfe, low gross; Bert Stennes, low net; Mike Chapman, 2nd low net; Floyd Jackson, 1st blind hole tourney; Norm Wilson, 2nd blind hole tourney. Announcements Men's Club 5 p,m. 'llmmdayL Two club tourney, May 14 will include, Men's Club BBQ for members and guests. Golf play (men & women) 5;00 p.m, BBQ and salads at 7:00 p.m. a six team meet. Mike Kenough was the only eighth grader to place picking up a third in the 400 meter dash and a fourth in the 650. The 8th grade 800 metec relay took second. For the 8th grade girls, Rachel Lassiter claimed a Ist in the discus and a second in the shot, While Kristal Nordby won the low hurdles in 16.1. The 8th grade girls relay made a good showing win. ning in 1:00.4. The 7th grade boys tied with Brewster for 1st in their division with Dirk Glsssner taking home three first places and Cory Kinzel claiming two firsts and a second. Glessner won the 1200 meter run in 4:15.08, the 400 meter dash and the long Jump witha leapof 13'7". Kinzel won the 800 in 2:41, thel00 in 14.3 and took 2nd in the 200 meter dash. Steve Martin did well placing 2nd in the 100 and third in the 200 and Darel Thomsen placed 3rd in his debut in the 1200. The 7th grade girls con- sisting of one, Melba Moulton, won the long jump, 12' 10,, took third in the 100 meter dash and 4th in the discus. Mansfield thumps Bridgeport midgets Mansfield Midgets downed Bridgeport in Trl-County league action Saturday 7-4. Ricky Uutala slammed a double and a single to lead the Mansfield team. Dural Thomsen and Larry Nordby also hit well and each scored a run. Others scoring was Marcus Preshm, Kent Huff- man, and Todd Bayless. John Little bad two doubles for Bridgeport. Scan]  Duck Play Ball With the umpire s shout of "play ball," Brewster Little League baseball and T ball will begin. It does not come bY osmosis however, it is available through the efforts of many and begins as early as March during the first registration. Teams must her selected, coaches found, games scheduled, uniforms purchased and the field repaired. During the Brewster Heights Basketball Tour. naments adults ran a e. cession stand whh provided the funds for {e uniforms. Local busi- nessmen donated their time fixing up the field, such as Vaughn Godbey, Kenny Kelpman, Sonny Holt and Jack Kirk who donated 100 yards of fill dirt. Forty.nine boys, ages 9 through 12 will be playing in the Major League, thirty-two youngsters, age 6 through 8 will participte in the Minor League (or T-Ball). Ozzie Morley is the Com- missioner and Tom Ansert, Chuck Swearingen, Ken Kelpman, Lea McCullough, Gordon Shrable and Rick McGuire handle the coaching. Brewster track In the girls divisions, team scoring was led by the Chelan girls with 04% points. The girls from Brewster picked up 76 points with their finishes. Mansfield com- bined for 58 wlth Entiat 15% and Pateros 6. 100 meter dash - Becky Able, Brew., 14.28 first; Moulton, Maus. 2rid. 1200 meter run Brownlee, Pateros, 2nd; Julie Watson, Brewster, 3rd. 400 meter relay - Brewster, Knowlton, Newby, Hagy and Able, 2nd; Brewster, Davis, Dodge, Oswald and Watson, 3rd. I00 m. low hurdles - Sbari Knowlton, Brewster, 2nd. 800 meter run. Naomi Hag),, Brewster, 3:04.4, 1st; Brad- shaw, Pateros, 3rd. 800 meter relay - Brewster, Dodge, Hagy, Oswald and Watson, 2nd. Shot put - Chris Dodge, Brewster, 3rd. Long Jump - Moulton, 12-8%, Mansfield, 1st; Brownlee, Pateros, 4th. High Jump. Sbari Knowlton 4-2, Brewster, 1st. Discus - Moulton, Mansfield, 3rd; Chris Dodge, Brewster, 4th. 400 meter dash - Magdell, Mansfield, 2nd, " 100 meter dash- Tupling, 14;59, Mansfield, lst:" ' 1200 iiieter run : :aulie Rice, 5:00, Brewster, 1st. 400 meter relay - Mansfield, 57.83,1st; Brewster, 2nd. 100 m. low hurdles - Nordby, 15.64, Mansfield, 1st; Magnuson, Mansfield, 3rd. 800 meter ruu - Danelle Smith, 2:53.8, Brewster, 1st. 200 meter dash - Nordby, 31.08, Mansfield, lst; Mary Oswald, Brewster, 2nd; Diane Allen, Brewster, 3rd. 800 meter relay -Brewster, 1st. Shot Put - Lassiter, 26-4, Mansfield, 1st; Diane Allen, Brewster, 2rid; Mary Oswald, Brewster, 3rd. Long jump. Janyce Shra- ble, 12-7%, Brewster, lst; Tupling, Mansfield, 2nd; Jeanine Ciasen, Brewster, 3rd. High Jump - Tupllng, 4-1, Mansfield, 1st; Mngnuson, Mansfield, 3rd. Discus-Lussiter, 73-7, Mans. field, 1st; Jeanine Clasen, Brewster, 2rid; Diane Allen, Brewster 3rd, Laurie Fateley, Brewster 4th. Students pack for outdoor school Their classroom will abound in fresh air, piney fragrance and hopefully sunshine when students from Principal Reid McCrary's grades seven through nine leave the local Seventh-day Adventist School for a week of outdoor education in Idaho Sunday. They will be at the denomination's Camp Mivoden on the shore Of Hayden Lake, Dr. Delmar LoveJoy of the Walla Walla College physical education depart ment and two assistants have plotted an unusua| curriculum for the week; says McCrary, and the youth. are eager to learn new skills in their vast outdoor text, book. Also accompanying the group from here will he AI Bartholomew, who accepted the chef's role. Gayle and Patti Kruege and baby Seth of Wapat were weekend visitors at the home of Gayle's uncle and aunt, Bob and Henrietta Thomas. Edyth Reich was pleased to learn - - through a Mansfield defeats Bridgeport 8- 7 Mansfield downed Bridgeport in intercity ac- tion Wednesday night in a tight fought contest 8 - 7. The game saw little action until the third inning when both teams erupted with 6 rims each. Mansfield's David Thorn- sen hit a grand slam home run to account for half of Mansfield's runs. Danny Gross slammed a home run for Bridgeport driving in four runs. Thomsen had a perfect 4 for 4 times at bat collecting three singles with his home run, Ray Pease also had a good night slugging three doubles, and Marcus Preston added a double and a single. Coast to Coast blasts Okanoflan Coast to Coast, Bridgeport women's softball team, chalked up victory number two as they routed Lawmeus c Okanogan 38-7 last Thurs- day night: Cathy Freeman led Bridgeport batters with four hits, including a double and a triple. Melissa Wells stroked four singles. Jacque Allen and Jean Homer aided with three hits each in five times at bat. Terry. Hackenmiller pit- ched the victory for Bridgeport. The next game will be Thursday, May 14 with Man- sfield, there. Mansfield women edged by Chelan Mansfield women soft- bailers opened their season last week playing the Red- eye Special in Chelan under the lights. Chelan Chiroprac- tics won the game 19-18. Mansfield trailed the entire game coming back in the sixth inning to score nine runs and nearly win the game. Sally Closser packed a big stick rapping out 5 hits. In their second outing Mans- field. Aslo hitting well were field hooted Pateros No. 1 Marsha Isackson, Rose whipping them soundly 14-3 Tupling, and Paula in five innings. Judy Bluemer blasted three home Magnuson. Winning pitcher runs and a double for Mans- was Sally Closser. Front row, left to right; Robert Garcla, Judy Richardson, Joey Bear. Back Row, left to right, Coach Klm Roberton, Delores Hernandez, Linda Barnes, Laura Downing, Asst. Coach, Mrs. Nolan. Brewster students in sp'ecialOlyrnpics Five Brewster Grade School students participated in a Special Olympics held last week in Okanogan. Results are as follows: Judy Richardson - 1st, 50 meter; 2nd, frisbee throw; 2nd, 200 meter; 3rd, running long jump. Linda Barnes- 1st, 50 meter; 1st, 200 meter. Delores Hernandez - 2rid, frisbee throw; 3rd, 200 meter; 2rid, 100 meter; 4th, running long jump. Laura Downing - 1st, 100 meter; 1st, 200 meter; Frisbee, participant ribbon. Joey Bear - 1st, softball throw; 4th, frishee throw; 2nd, 50 meter. Robert Garcia went to the Olympics but was unable to participate so he was a groat help to the kids in motivating them for their races. He was on the sidelines with a stuf- fed bear cheering them on to victory. !i ........ He stands at the plate with his heart pounding fast; The bases are loaded; the die has been cast. Mom and Dad cannot help him; he stands all alone A hit at this moment would send the team home. The ball nears the plate; he swings and he misses. There's a groan from the crowd, with some boos and hisses. A thoughless voice cries, "Strike out the bum/" Tears fill his eyes; the game's no longer fun. Remember- he's just a little boy who stands all alone, So open your heart and give him a break, For it's moments like this a man you can make. Keep this in mind when you hear someone forget: He's just a little boy, and not a man yet. Mother's Day call that the San Francisco Adventist Academy band In which grandchildren Darla and Dave Rouse play flute and trumpet had received special honors in a recent state competltlon. The band was awarded the rating of Excellent. Pfc. Don and Karen Har- din, Dustin and Dallas, Spokane, spent Mother's Day weekend with his paren- ts Raleigh and Dorothy Har- din. Bette Gross visited daughters Shan and Kerrt in Spokane for Mother's Day. Her other daughter Wendy called from Seattle while she was in Spokane, to greet her on that special day. Andrea Mills returned home Sunday from a months visR and business on the coast. Senior Center plnochel results, High score: Dorothy Kline, Nellie Evans. Low Score: Lee Payrle, Gladys Still. Door Prize: Nettle Hannum. Traveler prize: Walter Kulp. Five tables in Play. Employee of the month for last month at Harmony House was Kathy Day. She was voted in by the residents for always being kind and courteous to them. May 6 - the Sing-a-longs were there to brighten up everyone's day. May 11 - bingo winners were Esther Simpson and Mable Brown. i