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Brewster seventh grade boys win two: basketball tournaments Brewster seventh grade boys AAU basketball team won two tournaments the last two weeks. The seventh grade boys won the 9 Annual AAU Zillah Spring Fling on April 27-29. ! Brewster beat Grandview Pups, I~aJitd.CdI~:~ raid Gunn and Brown supply the Bears with enough firepower to qualify for State 1A Tourney Brewster Bears baseball team came through with four loser-out victories last week to advance to the State iA Baseball Tournament for the second straight year. The Bears started out the week with victories over CLe Elum and Kettle Falls in Bi-District play on. May 15 and beat Royal and Colfax last Saturday in Regional play to qualify for the state tournament. Cody Gunn and "That was Ryan Brown had two-home runs each probably the in the opening game of regionals to help beatRoyalandGunn most pre sure added a home run in the Regional Cham- yOU could ever "Daniel showed a lot of courage and leadership and did what he had to do." Colfax took a 14} lead in the first inning before the Bears rallied for three runs in the top of the third inning. In the third Daniel had a single followed by Cody Gunn with a RBI double, Ryan Brown with aRBI triple and Mac R. Gebberswith aRBI single. Colfax took the lead back with three runs in the bottom of the third but the Bears scored two runs in the fourth and one in the fifth. Colfax tied the game with two runs in the sixth and both runs a double and seven RBIs, Ryan Brown was 3-5 with two home runsa triple and four RBIs, Jason Thomp- son was 1-5 with two RBIs, Mac R. Gebhers was 1-4, Griff'm Freels was 1-4 with one RBI, Wesley Michel was 1-4 and Ross Brown was I-L "Cody's hat has came alive for us," said Bird. "Ryan and Daniel also hit the ball well for us over the week, end." The Bears started out the week with loser-out victories over Kettle Falls and Cle Elum at Moses Lake in Bi-District play on May 15. Brewster came through with an easy 14-3 victory over Kettle Falls to start out Bi-District behind a strong pitching performance from Chris Busching and stellar batting from Hanford Falcons twice and pionship to help Grandview again for the champion- Bre.wste.rbea t Colfax ship. Brewster placed first, Grandview second, Spokane third, Hartford fourth, Zillah fifth and Mabton sixth. The Brewster seventh grade team is made up of Clay Gebbers, Dane Decker, Michael Taylor, Chase LaMoreaux, Robbie Pendergraft, Derin Benson, Tyler Reagles, Zach Stimac, Chaz Goble and Daley Landon. Brewster alSO won theWest Valley Apple Hill AAU Tournament last weekend. The seventh grade team beat Yakima Magic,East ValleyBulldogs, Wenatchee Lakers and beat the Yakima Magic again for the champi- onshio. In the championship game Michael Taylor had 28 points and Derin Benson added 24 points. have in a game in nine innings. Brewster won the'- "-navtng to win Regional 1A Base- hallChampionshipat or go home," Wenatchee's Recre- Shane 'lr~e 11 ation Park last Satur- - t.ra, day with a 7-6 vic- Brewster baseball coach tory over C01fax in nine innings, behind a stellar pitching performance from Daniel Gebbers. Ryan Brown started the game for the Bears and went two and one-third innings, but a couple errors knocked him out of the game in the third inning and Daniel Gebbers finished out the final six and two-third in- nings. Gebbers pitched himself out of a lot of bases loaded jams to get the victory for the Bears. "That was probably the most pres- sure you could ever have in a game -- having to win or go home," said Shane Bird, Brewster baseball coach. teams went score- less until Brewster scored one run in the top of the ninth. The bases were loaded and Griffm Freels walked in the winning run. Daniel Gebbers had one final jam to get out of in the ninth with the bases loaded and one out, and he struck out the final two batters to secure the win. Ryan Brown started the game and went two and one-third in- nings and gave up three earned runs and six hits. Daniel Gebbers got the win with six and two-third innings pitched and gave up two earned runs, three hits, 12 walks and struck out six batters. Todd Phillips was 2-4 with a double, triple and one RBI, Daniel Gebbers was 2-5, Cody Gunn was 3- 5 with a double and two RBIs, Ryan Brown was 2-4 with a triple and one John Cleveland II photo Daniel Gabbers fields this grounder behind the bag for the Brewster Bears in one of their four loser-out victories last week. RBI, Mac R. Gebbers was 2-4 with and Brown had back-to-back home one RBI and Griffin Freels had the runs in the third inning. game-winning RBI. Chris Busching came through with Brewster started out the regional the victory and pitched five innings tournament with an easy 21-3 victory and gave up two earned runs, seven over Royal in loser-out play at hits, one walk and struck out three Wenatchee last Saturday. batters. Griffin Freels finished out The Bears jttmped out to a 5-0 lead the f'mal two innings and gave up one in the first and added one run in the hit and struck out four batters. second, nine in the third, two in the ToddPhillipswas2-3withadouble fourth and four in the fifth to gain the and one RBI, Daniel Gebbers was 2- easy win behind two home runs by 4 with two doubles and three RBIs, Cody Gunn and Ryan Brown. Gunn Cody Gunn was 3-4 with two home twins Bryan and Jason Thompson. The Bears scored in every inning and put the game away with eight runs in the fifth inning to end the game on the 10-run rule. Busching got the complete-game victory and gave up five hits, no earned runs, and struck out six bat- ters. Todd Philfips was 1-2 with a double and one RBI, Daniel Gebbers was 2- 3 with one RBI, Cody Gunn was 1-1 with five RBIs, Ryan Brown was 1-4 with a home run and two RBIs, Mac R. Gebbers was 2,3, Brian Thomp- son was 3-4 with a double and one RBI and JaSon Thompson was 2-3 with one RBI and Griffin Freels had one RBI. The Bears finished out Bi-District play with an easy 14-4 victory over Cle Elum in six innings. Brewster jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the lust and put the game away with six runs in the fourth and four in Cont' d on page 8 Cont' d from page 6 Girls Team Standings Waterville 112, Kittitas 99, Pateros 78.5, Bridgeport 59,' Thorp 55, Moses Lake Christian 46, Soap Lake-Wilson Creek 26, Mansfield 23, Easton 2, Manson 1.5. Girls Winners and Ouad City Placers 100 Hurdles: 1) Emily Barto, Thorp, 17.25; 2) Danni Blackburn, Pateros, 17.88; ))ennX Bridgeport, 19.04; 6) Britt Bomb, Mansfield, 20.4 : i :, :: 300 nurdles :]) Dafirii $ hrn, Pateros 49,21i.a),Bfiit Bomar Mansfield, 54.84; 5) Jenny Parsons, Bridgepoq, 56.87; 6) Nicky Jenson, Mansfield, 57.41. 100: 1) Cassie O' Leafy, Waterville. 2) Hailey Henderson, Bridge- port; 5) Enodelia Garcia, Bridgeport; 6) Nicky Jenson, Mansfield. 200: 1) Halley Henderson, Bridgeport, 27.57. 400: 1) Camille Gibb, Kittitas, 1:02.37; 2) Ashley Armstrong, Pateros, 1:04.974) Eva Sanchez, Bridgeport, 1:19.77. 800: 1) Amanda Carlson, Pateros, 2:28.43; 3) Ashley Armstrong, Pateros, 2:33.63. 1600: 1) Amanda Carlson, Pateros, 5:31.01. 3200: 1) Hart, Kittitas, 12:29.83. 400 Relay: 1) Waterville, 54.27; 2) Bridgeport, 55.75; 3) Mansfield, 56.74. 800 Relay: 1) Waterville, 1:58.53; 2) Mansfield, 2:03.84. 1600 Relay: 1) Pateros, 4:24.96. Shot Put: 1) Deena Hanson, Waterville, 32-10; 5) Kari Simmons, Mansfield, 26-4. Discus: 1) Deena Hanson, Waterville, 110-6; 3) Brook Sattler, Bridge- port, 86-10. Javelin: l) Deena Hanson, Waterville, 107-0; 3) Ashley Armstrong, Pateros, 84.-0; 4) Brook Sattler, Bridgeport, 82-1 l; 6) Janice Johnson, Bridgeport, 74-8. Long Jump: 1) Willms, Waterville, 14-7; 5) Janice Mathews, Bridge- port, 11-11; 6) Danielle Parks, Pateros, 11-8. Triple Jump: 1) J. Gibb, Kittitas, 32-0 1/2. High Jump: 1) Coates, Thorp, 4-7; 2) Harley Henderson. Bridgeport, 4-7. Pole Vault: 1) Danni Blacklmm, Pateros, 7-3. get blown out of Brewster Lady Bears hatded the gusting winds at Moses Lake last Saturday and suffered two losses at the Regional 1A Fastpitch Softball Tournament. TheLady Bears started offregionals with a 15-5 loss to Asotin in the opening game. Asotin jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the fn'st inning and scored in the final : ;ballsi and was able to take advantage ofcBrewster errors and walks to score runs. "I thought we played Asotin pretty tough," said Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach. Leanne Troop pitched the complete game and gave up eight hits, six walks and struck out three hatters for the loss. Alicia Choate had one stolen base, Gloryss Viveros was 1-3 with one stolen base, Micbelle Tostenrude had one stolen base, Isaura Oehoa was 1- 3, Marlen Guzman was 1-3 with a double, one Rill and two stolen bases, Kristina Scheller was 1-3 with one RBI and Lacey Minick was 1-2. Brewster had trouble getting started and Okanogan gained the 14-2 loser- out victory over the Lady Bears in five innings. Okanogan jumped out to an early lead with five runs in the first inning, four in the second and five in the third. "I thought that with Okanogan our mistakes beat us," said Miller. "We have out-hit them in two out of our four games with them this season, but Bridgeport Track Team Brewster senior Marian Guzman slides safely FastpRch games last Saturday. into third base for the Lady photo ourmy Lub Mota Bears during one of their Regional we just seem to beat ourselves. They three and one-third innings and gave Ashleigh Gamble was 1-2. got 14 runs on two hits -- there is up three walks, two hits and struck Kettle Falls beat Asotin for the something wrong there." out two batters. Regional Championship, both Kellie Troop started the game AiiciaChoatewas 1-3,Michelleteams advanced to the State 1A andwentoneandtwo-thirdinnings Tostenrude was 2-3 with one RBI Fastpitch- Softball Tournament, and gave up eight walks, one hit and one stolen hase, MarlenGuzman and Freeman claimed the third and struck out three batters. Paola was2-3 with one stolen base, Lacey and final berth with a victory Villagrana finished out the final Minick was 2-2 with one RBI and over Riverview. I / [] T I I I I Friday, May 25, Saturday, May 26 Eastem Washington University Cheney, WA Pateros Track Team Mansfield Track Team picture unavailable ' 4