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ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES season with a 12-5 loss to Entiat last Thursday afternoon in loser-out play in the fi,-st round of the District B Softball Tournament. Entiat broke the game open With a six-run second inning and put the victory away with four runs in the fifth inning. The Fillies had some players un- able to play because of disciplinary reasons and that forced them to play some players out of their normal po- sitions. Amber Brazcau pitched for the Fil- lies and struck out two Entiat batters. Brazeau was 2-3 with a double to lead Bridgeport, Mickey Martinez was 1-3 with oneRBI, Megan Malone was 2-3 with a double and two RBIs, DcnaMullin knocked in two runs and Kendall Parsons finished out her high school career with a 1-3 performance at the plate. Kittitas won the District B Cham- pionship to take the numberone berth to the State B Tournament and Manson placed second to take the final state berth. Ouad City Herald May P4. 213131 Page .q I I Malone and Brazeau " ' es with lead the , ,j u-e"e"rmances at the plate . i J Bridgeport Fillies finished out their Bears in final John Cleveland II photo Done Mullin waits for the throw at third as this Entiat baserunner slides in. The Bridgeport Fillies suffered a loss in the first round of district. Cont'dfrompage 7 one RBI, Ryan Brown was 3-3 with a home run and the sixth. Ray Ruiz and Rate Ruble supplied the Bears three RBIs and two stolen bases, Mac R. Gebbers withkeyhitsinthesixthinningtoendthegameonthel0- was 1-2 with a double and one RBI, Brian Thomson run rule. was 3-4 with a double and three RBIs, Jason Thomp- Daniel Gebbers pitched the complete-game victory son was 2-4 with one RBI and one stolen base, and gave up five hits, four walks, four earned runs and Griffin Freels was 1-3, Wesley Michel had one RBI, struck out four batters. Ray Ruiz was 1-1 with a double and one RBI and ToddPhiilipswas2-4withoneRBI,DanielGebbers Rate Ruble ended the game with a double and one had one RBI and one stolen base, Cody Gunn had RBI to finish 1-1. Miryia Libbey places twenty-fifth at State Libbey, Hanna Hulland Jose Villasano to the state tournament and Bridgeport had qualified Timmy O' ConneIl and Mindy Bodah. Pateros' Miryia Libbey shot a 104 on the fast day and made the cut for the second day and Hanna Hull shot a 139 but did not make the cut. Libbey finished with a 113 on the second day for a total of 217 for the Overlake, after shooting an 82 on the first day and a 78 on the Second day for a total of 160. Bridgeport's Mindy Bodah shot a 118 and did not make the cut for the second day. This was her second straight appearance at the state tour- nament. Pateros' Jose Villasano shot a 95 on the first day but did not make the cut. ad the B boys competed at the tWo-day event. Bridgeport's Timmy O' C0nnell :haksan Golf Cl b2V ' ,r ,"!7 ,' The IA/B girls fiSt- for tl,shota:.98on the first ybut did Pateros had i ifi'ed Mi ia " f 'td mentwasStephanieWei, make the cut, :' ' : : + I I Brewster Lady Bears - District 1A Tennis Champions. (left to right) Rachel Crane, Kaylan Crane, Jeni Boesel, Reagan Pariseau. Pateros' Miryia Libbey came through with another outstanding erformance in her first year eompet- ng on the Pateros golf team and she )laced twenty-fifth at the State 1A/B 3elf Tournament which took place at he Bellingham Golf and Country lub last Monday and Tuesday. 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