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QCH sports Ouad City. I-Itrald May 2B: 1998 paso9 5 -20-98 Special Event: "Odd Holes" I st - Addle Alexander. 2rid - Colleen Mounier. 3rd - Carol smith. Long Drive: Linda Field. 5-21-98 Division I: Low Gross - Joe Riggan, 37. Low Net - Lonnie Fenton, 32. Division II: Low Gros - Karl Bach, 43. Low Net - Woody Juette, 34. KP #14 Don Fenton. Yaldma County Stadium, .... Parker Field Friday, May 29 Game 1 - Brewster vs Toledo at Yakima County Stadium 4:00 p.m. Game 2- Okanogan vs Tacoma, Baptist at Yakima County Sta- dium 7:00. Saturday, May 30 Game 3 - Loser 1 vs Loser 2 at Parker Field 1:00 Consola- tion. Game 4 - Winner 1 vs Winner 2 at Yakima County Stadium i:00 Championship. Brewster Lady 'Bears battle back to gain berth in state tourney' 4, Okanogan wins CTL District Title The Brewster Lady Bears softball team will make a return trip to the State 1A Softball Tournament after coming through the loser's bracket to claim the second berth out of the District IA Softball Tournament. Brewster beat undefeated Okanogan in the district champion- ship last year to claim the lone berth to state. Okanogan took Brewster out of the district championship picture to start Saturday's action off, but the Lady Bears rallied for three straight wins to gain second place. Okanogan beat Chelan 15-10 to win the cham- pionship and gain the first berth. Brewster lost to Okanogan 22-7 to open district-tournament play Saturday morning. "We played with them for three innings but then things didn't go our way," said Rick Miller, Brewster softball coach. "We got down on ourselves a bit. Okanogan was con- sistent and hit the ball really well." Genea Flynn was a perfect 3-3 with a double, triple and two RBIs to lead the Lady Bears, Elizabeth Rios was 2-3 with a double, Ashleigh S haw was 1-3 with two RBIs, Lareasa Bowman was I-3 with a double and one RBI, Courtney Riggan was 1-3 with a double and Debbie Knowlton and Brandy Kennell were both 1-3. Brewster 3 1 1 0 2 0--7 I Okenogsn 2 3 6 9 0 2--22 The Lady Bears rallied from their loss to gain the 19-7 victory over Lake Roosevelt in loser-out play. Brewster jumped out to a 7-1 lead after two innings and put the game away by scoring 12 runs over the final three innings. "We hit six home runs -- even with thewind blowing in from right field," said Miller. Flynn had another outstanding day at the plate going 4-4 with a home rt]n, two doubles and two RBIs, Rios was 4-5 with a home run and two RBIs, Bowman was 3-5 with two home runs and five RBIs, Megan Gering was 3-5 with a double; home run, grand slam and seven RBIs, Shaw was 4-4 with one RBI, Kennell was 2-5 with a triple and Knowlton was 2-5 with a double. Gering pitched for Brewster and struck out three Lake Roosevelt bat- ters. Brewster 4 3 0 0 3 54--19 ] Lake Roosevelt [ 1001122--7 Brewster gained a clutch hit from Amber Vandelac with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to gain the 11-10 win over Reardan. Reardan held a 8-5 lead after two innings but the Lady Bears cut it to 8-7 after three innings. Brewster tied it at 8-8 in the fifth and held a 10-9 lead after six innings. Reardan tied it to start the seventh inning but Brewster rallied to gain the win. Gering hit a single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, Celena Becker pinch ran for her, Shaw hit The Brewater Lsdy Bears clutched to the State 1A Softball Tournament single and Vandelac added the game winning single to score Backer from second. "We hit the ball just as hard as we did against Lake Roosevelt, but it was just right at them," said Miller. "They gobbled up some line drives." Ken'nell was 2,4 with a home run, double and two RBIs, Rios was 2-5 with a home run and two RBIs, Knowlton was 2-4 with a double, Gering was 2-3 with one RBI, Shaw was 2-3, Nikki Meese was 2-3 with a double, Bowman was 1-4 with a home run and one RBI, Flynn went 1-4 with a double, Vandelac was 1-4 with two RBIs and Riggan was 1-3. Reerdsn 5 3 0 0 0 1 1--10 [ Brewstef 5 0 2 0 1 2 1--11 I The Lady Bears gained the second berth to the state tournament with a 20-17 victory over Chelan. Brewster took an 11-10 lead in the third after scoring eight runs in the inning. The Lady Bears added six runs over the fourth and fifth innings and pulled away with two runs in the seventh to gain the win. "We batted around in the third inning," said Miller. "Thirteen people came to the plate. Chelan did a great job and battled back all the time." "I am.proud of the kids -- four games :s a lot to play. The kids played hard and played well. They overcame being down after the Wm. E. Vailanos photo up at the Dletri 1A Softbal Tournament by winning three-straight loser-out games to earn the mmond berth In skima this weekend. first game. They showed a lot of character and composure to win the next three games." Knowlton led the team with a 4- 5 performance.at the plate with a double and one RBI, Shaw was 4- 5 with three RBIs, Vandelac was 3-5wi.th three RBIs, Flynn was 3. 4 with two home runs and two RBIs, Gering was 3-5 with two RBIs, Kennell went 2-5 with a double and two RBIs, Meese went 2-4 with one RBI, Rios was 1-5 with one RBI and Bowman was 1- 5 with one RBI. I Brewster 0 3 8 4 3 0 2--20 Chelan 2 5 4 2 4 0 0--17 Brewster started out the district tournament with a 17-14 win over Reardan on Tuesday, May 19. Flynn went off for a 3-4 perfor- mance with two home runs and six RBIs, Knowlton was 3-4 with two RBIs, Gering was 3-4 with a double and two RBIs, Rios was 2- 4 with a home run and two RBIs, Bowman was 2-4 with two RBIs, Vandelae was 2-4, Riggan was 2- 4 with a double and one RBI, Meese was 2-4 with one RBI, Kennell was 1-5 and Shaw was 1-4 with one RBI. "Genea hit back-to-back home runs in the first and second in- nings," said Miller. "We had 21 hits against them and they just base hit us." Reardsn 0 2 5 0 0 1 6--14 Brewster 3 7 0 2 5 0 X--17 John F. Cleveland II lhoto Brewater'a Amber Vandals ramps under this fly ball for the Lady Bears as they rallied off a lose to Okanogan to win three straight, STATE 1A SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Yakima: Gardner Park, Larson Park Friday, May 29 Game 1 - Brewster vs Lynden Christian at Gardner #1 10:00 Game 2 - Seattle Christian vs Royal at Gardner #2. Game 3 - Granite Falls vs Okanogan at Gardner#1 12:00 Game 4 - Burbank vs Lake- wood at Gardner #2 12:00 Game5 - Loser #1 vs Loser #2 at Gardner #2 2:00 loser Out. ' : Game 6 - Loser 3 vs Loser 4 at Gardner #2 4:00 loser out. Game 7 - Winner I vs Win- ner 2 at Gardner #1 2:00 Game 8 - Winner 3 vS'Win- ner 4 at Gardner #1 4:00 Game 9 - Winner 5 vs Loser 8 at Gardner # 1 6:00 loser out. Game 10- Loser 7 vs Winner 6 at Gardner #2 6:00 loser out. Saturday, May 30 Game 11 -Winner9 vs Win- ner 10 at Larson #312:00Third/ Fourth Places. Game 12- Winner 7 vsWin- her 8 at Larson # 14:00 Cham- pionship. / Brewster's Rios and Boyd in state track meet The Brewster girls track team quali- fied both Nancy Rios and Kelsey Boyd to the State 1A Track Meet this Satur- day, May 30 at the Eastern Washington University track in Cheney. Rios continued her dominance in the 1600 meters and won easily but she finished second in the 800 meters to Rantz, Cashmere. Boyd came through with an impres- sive jump in the triple jump and also qualified. She did not start practicing her jumps until the last two weeks of the season. The top two placers in each event qualified for state from the District 1A Track Meet in Cashmere last Saturday afternoon. The State 1ATrack Meet will be held at the same place as the 2A and B meets. The events will be staggered on both Friday and Saturday. The Brewster girls will compete on Saturday only. Nancy Rios will run her 1600 meters at 11:50 a.m. and her 800 meters at 5:05 p.m. ' Kelsey Boyd will compete in the triple jump at 3;30 p.m. "Right now Nancy and Rantz (Cash- mere) have the top two times in the state in the 800 meters for IA girls," said Greg Austin, Brewster track coach. "Nancy was not pushed in the 1600 she ran away from the field." "Kelsey went 32 feet in the triple jump this week, but she had gone as far as 33 feet. That would place her in the top five -- we are hoping.". Girls Rmults 3200: Hernerscn, Freeman, 12:19.6; Sill, Chelen, 12:38.5; Davis, Cashmere, 12:48.6; Babel Tonasket, 13:10.2; Brembum, Liberty Bell, 13:36; Berrerel B- M, 14:52.4. Pole vault: Duncan, Freeman, 9-3; Reichman, Cashmere, 8-9; Paine, Cash- mere, 8-6; MscCailem, Cashmere, 7-0. Discus: Merkiay, Okanogan, 128-6; Davey, Freeman, 114-9; Brone, Cash- mere, 108; Moberg, Freeman, 100.6; Hemandez, B-M, 90-3; Proor, Liberty Bell, 89-1; Ray, Reardan, 83-10; Gores, Chaian, 47-4. High jump: Widman, Cashmere, 5.6; George, Cashmere, 5-2; Pains, Cash- mere, 4-8; MacCailum, Cashmere, 4.6; Glidden, Tonasket, 4-6; Humborg, Brewster, 4-4. 100 hurdles: Coe, Liberty Bell, 14,9; Terry, Chelan, 15-3. George, Cashmere, 16.2; Seholtz, Colfax, 16.4; Jayne, Reardan, 16.6; Smith, Cashmere, 16.7; Boyd, Brewster, 17.0; Hadeas, Freeman, 17.5. 100: Shields, Liberty Bell, 12,3; Widman, Colfax, 12.6; Terry, Chelan, 12.9; Rutter, Chaian, 12.9; Beyd, Brewster, 13.0; Long, Chaian, 13.1; Mistedy, FeNs Fells, 13.6. 1600: Rios, Brewster, 5:32.1; Halverson, Freeman, 5:52.3; Gores, Chelan, 6:12,3; Brown, Brewster, 6:15.9; Padben, Chelan, 6:23.8; Barrera, B-M, 6:25.5; Paul, Colfax, 6:59.8. 400 relay: Cashmere, 51.5; Freeman, 52.8; Lake Roosevelt, 52.9; Colfax, 53.9; B-M, 54.5; Oroville, 55.0; Tonasket, 56.5. Long jump: Widman, Colfax, 16- 1/4; Babler, Lake Roosevelt, 15-10; Attddge, Okanogan, 15-7; Croseland, Cashmere, 14-6 1/2; Boyd, Brewster, 14-6; Paine, Cashmere, 14-2 1/2; Madlln, Kettle Fails, 13-9; Floch, Freeman, 13-3 1/2. Shotput: Wldman, Colfax, 34-11 1/4; Moberg, Freeman, 33-41/4; Merkiey, 33- 1/2; Kittarman, Oroville, 31-8 3/4; Whitehall, Cashmere, 31-71/4; Williams, Tonasket, 28-9; Brons, Cashmere, 27-11 1 ;4; Msdlin, Kettle Falls, 27-6 1/4. 400: Rantz, .Cashmere, 1:00.3; Chelan, 2:28.9; Corso, Vonasket, 2:39.7; Felstad, Freeman, 2:32.2; Wllkerscn, Freeman, 2:35.8; Hemandez, B-M. Javelin: Kitterman, Orovllle, 102-11; Merkley, Okanogan, 102.2; Tronson, Cashmere, 99-9 1/2; Beardslee, Colfax, 93-9; Davey, Freeman, 93-1 1/2; Widman, Colfax, 87-6; Paine, Cashmere, 83-9; Corder, Okenogan, 79-7. 200: Shields, Lake Roosevelt, 25.9; Gale, Freemen, 26.7; Rymer, Chelan, 26.8; Terry, Chelan, 26.8; Long, Chaian, 26.9; Nearing, Colfsx, 27.7; Willow, Kettle Falls, 28.1; Corrier, Cashmere, 28.3. Triple jump: Attridge, Okenogan, 33-7 1/2; Boyd, Breweter, 32.11 ll4;'Jordan, Cashmere, 32-3 1/2; Madlla, Kettle Falls, 31-5; Paine, Cashmere, 30-9; Vngler, Colfax, 28-2; Mariscai, Brewster, 27-8. 800 relay: Cashmere, 1:49.1; Chelan, 1:50.5; Colfsx, 1:33.6; Tonasket, 2:00.3; Freeman, 2:00.4; B-M, 291.2; Reerdan, 291)3.3; Uberty Bell, 2.04.6. Cmsslend, Cashmere, 1:00.3; Pratt, Free- man, Rutter, Chslan, 1:01.9; Garllnger, Oroville, 1:04.2; Appel, Colfax, 1:04.6; Schuman, Reardan, 1:04.9; Brenle, Lake Roosevelt, 1:05.2. 300 hurdles: Cos, Liberty" Bell, 45.9; Pipkin, Cashmere, 46.6; Scholz, Colfax, 48.5; Harles, Freeman, 48,9; Smith, Cash- mere, 50.6; Birdnell, Lake Roosevelt, 53.7; Wiasse, Lake Roosevelt, 54.2; Jayne, Reerdan, 55.9. 800: Rantz, Cashmere, 2:22.3; Rios, 2:23.7; ,Wilson, Colfax, 2:28.4; Ruck, 1600 relay: Cashmere, 4:08.8; Free. man, 4:12.9; Lake Roosevelt, 4:23.1; Tonaskat, 4:35.0; Brewster, 4:37.2; Omville, 4:37.4; Colfax, 4:47.1. Girls Teem Scores Cashmere 143, Freeman 89, Colfax 87, Chelan 74, Brewster 54, Oroville 52, Lake Roosevelt 49, Okanogan 41, Tonasket 28, Liberty Bell 25, Bridgeport- Mansfield 14, Kettle Falls 12, Reerdan 11. Boys Results 1600: Blanoo, Chelan, 4:21.8; John Russell, Freeman, 4:22.6; Joe Russell, Freeman, 4:23.0; Chalmem, Fettle Fails, 4:41.4; Baber, Tonasket, 4:44.5; Wet)b, Cashmere, 4:45.6; MeMUlan, Tonasket, 4:45.9; Gunn, Brewster, 5:03.7. Shotput: Gehring, Faille, Falls, 54-10; Neely, Oken0gan, 45-6; Crolwl, Ca. mere, 46-11 1/2; Adams, Reerdan, 48.8; Lowers, Cashmere, 44-11 1/2; Bragle, Lake Roosevelt, 44-1; Nicholas,  Okanogan, 43-71/2; Konud, Okanogan, 42.10. 110 hurdles: Marker, Chalan, 18.0; Crossland, Cashmere, 15,4; Ebenger, Ub- arty Bell, 15.6; Smart, Cashmere, 18.0; Barnhart, Chelan, 16.1; Wyneooop, Reerdan, 16.7; Grngor, Freeman, 17.9; Hicks, Reerdan, 17,9. Long jump: Rogge, Chelan, 21.6; Sleet' Okanogan, 21-0; Vance, Okanogan, 19-5 1/2; Joseph, Brewsmr, 18-4; Madlin, Ketllo Falls, 18-1; Dullin, Freerrmn, 17-11 1/2; Bosman, Reerdan, 17- 3/4, 100: Rogge, Chelan, 10.6; Cleman, Orovtlle, 11.0; Wallace, Cashmere, 11,2; Marker, Chaisn, 1!,4; Molanda, Tonasket, 11.4; Depail, Freeman, 11.4; Milb, Free- man, 11.7; Omutt, Reerdan, 11.7. Javelin: Kerns, Cashmere, 174-8; Oberg, Tonasket, 162-6; Smart, Cash- mere, 152-7; Spaet, Okenogan, 150-7; Macnach, Freeman, 138,5; Vance, Okanogan, 132-5; Ennls, Freeman, 128- 9; Rohner, Reardan, 128-8. 400 relay: Cashmere, 44.5; On3ville, 45.2; Freeman, 48.8; Rurdan, 48.9; Cont'd on page 10