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QCI[t sports OuAd City. HArald May 14:1998 PaaA 7 District A Track Qualifier Thursday, May 14 At Chelan High School track Pole Vault/High Jump 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 15 at Bridgeport High School track Field Events/Running Events 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 15 At Moses Lake High School track. Field Events/Running Events 4:00 p.m. District A Baseball Tournament Thursday, May 14 Game 1 CTL #6 vs CTL #3 at #3 site 4:30 p.m. Game 2 CTL #5 vs CTL #4 at #4 site 4:30 p.m. Losers out/Winners advance Saturday, May 16 at Okanogan High School baseball field Game 3 Winner #1 vs CTL #2 9:00 a.m. Game 4 Winner #2 vs CTL # 1 11:30 a.m. Game 5 Loser #3 vs Loser #4 2:00 p.m. Winner #5 to Regionals' Game 6 Winner #3 vs Winner #4 4:30 p.m. Winner #1 to Regionals/Loser #2 to Regionals Brewster Bears seeded third in district playoffs Brewster sweeps Oroville in two lopsided contests The Brewster Bears baseball team gained two easy wins over Oroville last Friday afternoon and finished tied for first in the Caribou Trail League with Chelan and Okanogan. Brewster heads into the district tournament as the third seed, be- cause of numbers picked at the be- ginning of the year, Chelan is first and Okanogan is second. The Bears got off to a quick start and gained an easy 17-0 victory in the opening game of the double- header with Oroville. Brewster scored two runs in the first, five in the second and 10 in the third to run away with the win. Johnny Gebbers pitched an excel- lent game and went five innings, giv- ing up two hits, no walks, no earned runs and struck out six batters. He allowed only three batters to come up in the ftrst three innings and struck out the side in the second for the win. Johnny helped himself out at the plate with a 2-2 performance with a home run, double and three RBIs, Drew Becker was 2-3 with a triple, double and two RBIs, Mike McGee was 3-3 with a double, home run and five RBIs, Cody Gunn went 1-3 with a home run and four RBIs, Jason Verbeck went 1-1 and James McGee was 1-1 with two RBIs. i John F. Cleveland II photo Brewster's Enrique Ruble slides by safely st home as the Bears trounced Oroville in both sides of doubleheader let Friday. The Bears continued to roll in went three innings, giving up no team with a 3-4 performance with the second game and gained the earned runs, fourhits, two walks and ahomerun, double and three RBIs, easy 16-1 victory over Oroville. struck out four. Mike McGee fmished Gunnwas3-4withoneRBI,Johnny Brewster scored nine runs in offthef'maltwoinnings, givingupone 13ebbers was 3-4 with a double, the first inning and put the game hit, one walk and struck out three. Brice Boesel was 3,4 with a home [Orovill, 0 0 0 0 o_o I away with seven runs in the fourth. Mike McGee had another strong run and two RBIs, DrewBecker [ Orov|"e 0 1 0 0 0--1 Brew=ter 2 5 10 0 X-- 17 Brice Boesel started the game and outing at the plate and he led the went2,3withadguble,AlexGarcia Breweter 9 0 0 7 X-- 16 was 1-2, Arturo Rios was 1-1, Dustin Boesel was 1-4 with a home run and three RBIs and Dylan Gamble went 1-2 with a double. Fillies surprise Lady Bears in opener 12-8 victory over the Lady Bears in the first game. Brewster held a 6-1 lead in the second inning but B-M scored 11 runs over the next four innings to pull away for the win. "We got six runs in the second The Bridgeport-Mansfield Fil- lies pulled off a surprising upset over the Brewster Lady Bears in the opening game of the double- header last Saturday afternoon. Bridgeport-Mansfield rallied back from a 6-1 deficit to edge out a Saturday, May 16 at Chelan High School baseball field Game 1 NCW # 1 vs NCW #4 10:00 a.m: Loser out Game 2 NCW #2 vs NCW #3 1:00 p.m. Loser out Game 3 Winner #1 vs Winner #2 4:00 p.m. Winner takes lone berth to regionals inning and then our bats went dead again," said Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach. The Fillies also took advan- tage of seven Brewster errors to outscore the Lady Bears. Andrea Henton was a perfect John F. Cleveland II photo Zach Ross hopes to continue hie successful tennis season with s good showing st the Sub-District I B Tennis Tournament this Saturday st Wenatchee. Cashmere shuts (jtown IITIS Pateros tennis OmeroAlvarez beat Cory Schailer 6-3, 6-3, Patrick Dundas lost to Travis Walter 6-1,6-2, Jesse Steele lost to Jesse Lorz 8-2, Zach Ross- Jacob Bucholz lost to Charley Jones-Charlie Stalder 4-6, 7-6 (7- 4), 6-4, Cam Hofmann-Tyler Moore beat Mark Johnson-Matt Smith 6-3, 6-2. The Pateros boys and girls both lost 1-0 to Wilson Creek also on Thursday afternoon, Zach Ross lost to Doug Periman 3-6, 6-1,6-1 and Mariah Luft-Emma Wilson lost to the undefeated team of Linnaea Freeman-Wanda Free- . man 6-2, 6-0. The Pateros boys tennis team lost to Cashmere 4-1 and the girls lost 5- 0 on May 5. Emma Wilson lost to Elizabeth Boyle 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), Mariah Luft lost to Brenna Piper 6-4, 7 -6 (10-8), 6- 3, Tamsin Wilson lost to Melissa Bayne 8-3, Holli Brown-Melissa Nieuwenhuis lost to Michelle Green- Rachel Williams 6-1, 6-1 and Krista Ervin-Heidie Scroggie lost to Christy Powell-Ady Stevens 6-3, 6-2 Patrick Dundas picked up the only Pateros win of the day with a 1-6, 6- 2, 6-2 victory over Adam Strutzel, Omero Alvarez lost to Matt Murphy 6-0, 6-2, Jesse Steele lost to Bryan 5-7-98 Back Nine Division I" Low Gross - Phil Rose, 37. Low Net - Lonnie Fenton, 33. Division II: Low Gross - Karl Back, 43. Low Net - Bill Harp, 30. Closest to - Joe Riggan, #17. Aman 6-0, 4-6, 6-2, Jacob Bucholz- Zach Ross lost to Kenny Covert- Geoff MacDonald 6-2, 1-6, 6-0, Tao Stettler-Brian Ehlenbach lost to Juan Ibarra-Kevin White 6-1, 6-1. The Pateros girls and boys tennis teams both lost to Tonasket 3-2 last Thursday afternoon. Mariah Lufi beat Jaiya Gonsalves 7- 6 (7-4), 1-6, 7-6 (8-6), Emma Wilson beat Celena Gonsalves 1-6, 6-2, 6-4, Krista Ervin lost to Laura Hendrick 8- 4, Holli Brown-Melissa Nieuwenhuis lost to Tina Angell-Selah Keinhofer 6- 1, 6-1, Tamsin Wilson-Katie Dundas lost to Lily Hickenbottom-Kirsten Helleson 6-0, 6-1. Special Event Best Nine (Back) Division I: lst- Marge Patterson. 2nd - Addie Alexander. Division II: 1st - Clara Sterley. 2nd (tie) - Carol Smith and Linda Field. Birdies: Jenny Kucera #5 & Clara Sterley #6. Chip-ins - Addle Alexander # 14 and Gwen Risker #17. 4-4 at the plate to lead the Fillies with a triple, Missy Brazeau went 2-4, Sandy Brady was 2-4, Megan Malone was 2-4, Aracely Torres ,as 1-4 with a triple, Danna Humborg, Hannah Jorgensen, Christine Ortega andAlicia Rubio were all 1-4 to pace the B-M attack. Brandy Kennell came through with a 4.4 performance to leadtheLady Bears with a double, Am- ber Vandelac went 3-4 with two doubles and one RBI, Megan Gering went 2-4, Lareasa Bowman was 1-4 with a double, Genes Flynn went 1-4 with one RBI and Elizabeth Rios, Debbie Knowlton and Ashleigh Shaw all added singles for Brewster. Missy Brazeau pitched for B- M and struck Out three Brewster batters. Brewster jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first and put the fin- ishing touches on with 10 runs in the second inning. "The top of our order was just getting on and that helped us in scoring runs," said "The top of our Miller. Rios was -5 with order was just a home run 'hd five RBIs, Bowman went getting on and that helped us in scoring runs," - Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach I B-M 1 0 2 2 5 2 0--12 BrewsterO 6 1 0 0 1 0--8 The Lady Bears rebounded off their loss to gain an easy 22-11 victory over Bridgeport-Mansfield in the closing game of the double- header. 4-5 with a homerun and three RBIs, Kennell went4-5 with one RBI, Flynn and Gering were both 3- 5, Knowlton went 3-5 with five RBIs, Vandelac went 1-3 with two RBIs, Courtesy Riggan was 1-4 with two RBIs and Nikki Meese went 1-5 with two RBIs. Jorgensen went 4-5 for B-M with a double, Brazeau was 4-4, Henton was 2-4, Malone went 2-4, Tortes and Hendricks were both 1-4, Brady was 1-3, Ortega was 1-3 with a triple and Pinger went 1-1. Gering pitched for Brewster and struck out one batter. Brazeau pitched for B-M and struck out two batters. B-M 0 3 2 .4 0 2o--11 l Brewster6 100 0 3 3 0--22 Brewster blanks Omak in soccer contest The Brewster boys soccer team beat Omak 8-0 on April 30. Brewster had 25 shots on goal and Rafael Sanche z had two keeper saves. Omak had two shots on goal and 14 keeper saves. Lupe Fernandez scored on a penalty kick, Jaime Montiel scored off an assist by Fernandez on a redirected cross and Montiel scored another goal assisted by Fernandez all in the first period. In the second pe- riod, C-eronimo Cruz scored on an as- sist by Fernandez, Fernandez scored on an assist by Emilio Guzman, Cru scored on an assistbyFemandez' Fernandez scored on an assist by Guzman and Sanchez scored on an assist by Guzman for the final goal. "That was the best game we have had this year -- as far as a full 80 minutes," said Jeremy Ochse, Brewster boys soccer coach. "It game we have had this year" - Jeremy Ochse, Brewster boys soccer coach was good to see them play a full game." Brewster lost to Toppenish 2-1 to finish out its season on May 2. Brewster had six shots on goal and Rafael Sanchez had 10 keeper saves. Toppenish had 12 shots on goal and four keeper saves. Both teams had two corner kicks. Emilio Guzman scored on an assist by Pedro Cruz for Brewster's only "That was the best goal. Brewster showed up at 10:30 a.m. for a scheduled 12:00 p.m. game, but Toppenish said the game was sup- posed to start at 10:00a.m.This gave Brewster little chance to warm up before starting play. "I think we had a successful season," said Ochse. "We are only losing two seniors." "Hopefully these kids can come back and stay focused  so they can compete at this level."