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Pea=, 8 , June 18 18 Quad City Herald QCH sports Thursday, June 11 Division I: Low Gross - Joe Riggan, 38. Low Net - Del Therriault, 32 1/2. Division I1: Low Gross - Louis Mounier, 44. Low Net - John Cornhel, 35 1/2. KP #5 - Don Hurdle. Lake Woods Ladies Golf Wednesday, June 10 Special Event: "Back Nine" Division I: Marge Patterson, lst: Chris Benson, 2nd. Division II: Clara Sterley, I st; Linda Field, 2nd. Chip Ins: Prilla Norwood, #4; Chris Benson, #4; Marge Patterson, #18. Birdies: Chris Benson, #4. Low Gross I. Woody Hunter 2. Harvey Lambert 3. Grog Mooney Low Net 1. Ron Brown 2. Bill Smith 3. Vern Ellis Closest to the Pin: Howard Rose (six inches on hole 2). 1998 Brewster Kiwanis Invitational Bambino All-Star Tournament Friday Game # Time Teams ! 4:00 Brewster vs Pateros 2 6:00 Cashmere vs Grand Coulee Saturday Game # Time Teams 3 9:00 Pateros vs Leavenworth 4 11:00 Brcwster vs Cashmere 1:00 Home-run derby 5 3:00 Grand Coulee vs Leavenworth 6 5:00 Cashmere vs Pateros Sunday Game # Time Teams 7 9:00 Brewster vs Grand Coulee 8 11:00 Leavenworth vs Cashmere 9 1:00 Pateros vs Grand Coulee 10 3:00 Brewstcr vs Leavenworth by Ruth Collins The final round of the Apple Blos- som Tourney was a well played game between Fay Farley and June Bandy. June came to me after the match and said, "Well- Fay won the match and it was a fun round of golfl" Hooray for Fayf Play for the day was Most Pars with Handicap. First division, first place, Linda LeFebvre with 14 pars. Second (tie) Ruth Collins and Janet Foyle with 13 pars. Second division, first place, Sandra Stephens - 16 pars. Second, (tie) Betty Moiler and Fay Farley - 14 pars. Third division, first place, Delores Loebsack - 15 pars. Second, Lois Branscom - 14 pars. Chip-ins were made by Fay Farley #6 and Carol LaGrandeur #16. Our Birdie girl is Nancy Sloan with a birdie on hole #12. Play for June 18th will be Low Net. Also, there is a Ladies Pro AM at Sage Hills on Thursday. Our Apple Valley team will be at Three Lakes on Friday. Our match will be against the Yakima Elks team. Don't forget ladies, our Tee Time has been changed to 8:00 a.m.. Brewster Babe Ruth takes a pair from Omak , The Brewster Bahe Ruth baseball :, : > team came through with a double- header sweep over Omak Pardners last Saturday afternoon. Brewster gained an easy 14- 4 victory over Omak in the opening game. The Bears never trailed and they put the game out of reach with seven runs in the fifth in- ning. Brewster ended the game on the 10-run rule in the sixth by scoring one run to make it 14-4. Alex Garcia started on the mound and went four innings, walked eight batters, gave up two hits and struck out one. Ryne Phillips came in for two innings, walked two batters, gave up three hits and struck out three. Griffin Freels came through at the plate with a perfect 2-2 performance, Ernie Santos and Alex Garcia were both 2-4 and Todd Phillips, James McGee, Rodolfo Arevalo, Mac R. Gebbers and Ryne Phillips each added one hit. Brewster finished off Omak with a 19-3 victory in the sec- ond game. The Bears were up 4-3 after two innings and they put the game away by scoring 13 runs over the next two innings. McGee started and went four innings, walked three, gave up seven hits and struck out three. Todd Phillips came in for the John F. Cleveland II photo Todd Phillips and Mac R. Gebbers attempt to make a play at second for the Brewster Babe Ruth baseball team last Saturday against Omak. final inning, walked two, gave up on hit and struck out one. Freels was 2-3 with a double, Cory Stotts was 2-3, Gebbers went 14 with a double and Santos, Gareia, Todd Phillips, McGee, Nate Ruble and Jason Verbeck all added singles. Brewster started out the week with a 14-1 victory over Bridge- port on June 9. Freels started the game and went two innings, walked two, gave up one hit and struck out four. Ryne Phillips pitched two innings, walked one, gave up one hit and struck out three. Gebbers went one inning, gave up one hit and struck out one. Keith Hobart finished up the final inning, walked two, gave up one hit and struck out one. Wesley Michel had the hot bat and came through for the Bears with a 4-5 performance and a double, Gebbers was 4-5, Freels went 2-3 with two doubles,Arevalo was 4-4, Paul Divis was 1-3 with a double and Santos, Ruble and Ray Ruiz all added singles. i Brewster gets second in Little League tourney Brewster finished second in the eight-team 10 and under base- ball tournament last weekend in Brewster. Wenatchee 1,Wenatchee 2, Cash- mere, Leavenworth, Omak, Almira, East Wenatchee and Brewster all played in the tournament. Brewster started out with an easy 13-1 victory over Wenatchee 2. Clay Gebbers pitched and struck out six, walked one and gave up three hits. Clay helped himself out at the plate with a 2.3 performance with one RBI, Derin Benson was 2.3 with a triple and two RBIs and Chaz Goble went 2-2. Brewster edged out a 5-4 win over East Wenatchee in its next game. Derin Benson pitched and struck out 13 batters, gave up three hits Pateros second in Yakima AAU event The Pateros boys high school bas- ketball team placed second in the class B division of the AAU Pacific Northwest High School Champion- ships at Yakima last weekend. Pateros beat Liberty Christian 85- 29 behind Clint Hun's 32 points, beat Kahlotus 100-46 and Mark Stennes had 25 points, beat Entiat 66-45 in the semifinals and Hull had 21 points, lost to Liberty 54-45 in the championship with Stennes hitting for 17 points. The Billygoats lost their leading scorer, Clint Hull, in the semifinal game against Entiat. Hull suffered a broken nose and could not finish out the tournament. and walked three. Robert Villagrana and Clay Gebbers were both 1-2. Brewster put together a strong offensive game and beat Almira 18-0. Austin Benson pitched and struck out seven batters, gave up two hits and walked two. Dane Becker was a perfect 2-2 with three RBIs and J.R. Jarrell and Chaz Goble were both 2-3 with one RBI. Brewster beat Leavenworth 16- 2 in the next game. Clay Gebbers was 3-4 with five RBIs, J.R. Jarrell was 3-3 with two RBIs, Chaz Goble was 2.2 with two RBIs, Austin Benson was 2-3 with one RBI and Wade Gebbers and Dane Becker both added two hits. Brewster beat Omak 4-1 to make it into the championship game with and undefeated record. Clay Gebbers pitched and struck out five batters, walked three and gave up two hits. Dane Becket, Austin Benson and Kyle Troop all had singles for Brewster. Brewster suffered a 3-0 loss to Wenatchee 1 in the Champion- ship. Wade Gebbers was 2-3 to lead Brewster at the plate. Derin Benson pitched and struck out four batters, walked one and gave up three hits. The Brewster 10 and under baseball team is made up of Wade Gebbers, Dane Becket, Clay Gebbers, Derin Benson, J.R. Jarrell, Chaz Goble, Austin Benson, Robert Villagrana, Kyle Troop, Chase Harlow and Jason Brown. Goldminers take first side of doubleheader The Okanogan Valley Goldminers The Goldminers finished out the split with the Wenatchee Packers on doubleheader with an 8-4 loss to the June 10. Packers. Okanogan Valley rallied behind a Martin was 2-4, Brice Boesel was strong pitching performance from 1-1 with a triple and one RBI and Jerod Gibbons to beat Wenatchee 7-2 Johnny Gebbers and Sol Homer both in the first game of the doubleheader, added singles. Gibbons pitched six solid innings Okanogan Valley hosted a pair of and only gave up seven hits. Johnny doubleheaders with Ellensburg and Gebbers finished out the game to swept all four games last Saturday preserve the win. and Sunday. The Goldminers knocked Phil The Goldminers won the lust game Cullen out of the game in the fourth I0-1, the second game 13-3, the third inning to gain the victory, game 11-3 and the fourth game 12-8. BriceBoesel went 2-4 with a triple, Martin was 8-14 for the weekend Sol Homer and Derek Hurlbert both with three home runs, Hurlbert was went 2-4, J.P. Short was 2-3, Tyson 6-14, Mike McGee was 6-14, Horner Martin went 1.4 with oneRBI,Johnny was 5-14,Gunn was 6-14, Short was nyuu'"4ros return Oob00. Cody Gunn and Dustin 5-10, Gibbons was 7-9 and Tony Boesel all added singles. Call was 7-10. to Jamboree I The Apple Pie Jamboree festival Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D will bring back the outboard hydro- 1. Brewster #1 1. Patems 1. Okanogan 1. Browstor #2 planes and runabouts to race on Lake 2, Konai 2. Manson 2. Liberty-Bell 2. Highland 3. Blaine 3. Onalaska 3. South Bend 3. Raymond Pateros on July 18-19. 4. Spokane 4. IMaoo .4. Foster 4. LaOonter A variety of classes will be on the Friday program. Junior Hydros, drivers ages i Time Game # Gym #1 Time Game # Gym #2 5:00 1 A1 ve AR 5:00 2 C1 vs C2 nine to 15, and the 80 mph D Stock 6:30 3 B1 vs B2 6:30 4 D1 vs D2 Hydros, veteran adult drivers, are 8:00 5 A3 w A4 8:00 6 C3 vs C4 included. 9:30 7 B3 vs B4 9:30 8 D3 vs D4 Saturday Time Game # Gym #1 Time Game # Gym #2 A1 vs A3 9:00 10 C1 vs C3 Molts win ,co , 10:30 11 B1 w 138 10:30 12 D1 vs D3 12:00 18 A2 vii A4 12:00 14 C2 v$ C4 Mansfield uy"as '* " ,,. ,. o00v,o, 3:00 17 A1 w A4 3.1)0 18 C1 vs C4 4:30 19 B1 vii B4 4:30 20 D1 vs D4 6:00 21 A2 vs A3 6.00 22 C2 v$ C3 Tournament . ,:. o00v,o00 Sunday Time Game # Gym #I Time Game # Gym #2 The Mansfield Play Days Jack 9:00 25 A #1 vs C #2 9:00 26 u,, vs B #2 and Jill Softball Tournament was 10:30 27 C#1viiD#2 10:30 28 B#1 viiA#2 won by the Holt team last weekend. 12:00 29 A #3 vii B #3 12:00 30 C #3 vii D #3 1:30 31 W #25 vii W #26 1:30 32 W #27 vs W Holt went undefeated and earned #28 a 4-0 record and Pease was second 3:00 33 A #4 vii B #4 3:00 34 C #4 vs D #4 with a 3-1 record. 4:30 35 W#31 vs W #32 All tieii will be broken by e following cdteda: McLeans won the Sportsman- 1. Two way tie: head to head play. ship award. 2, Three way tie: point differential in gameii playKI against each other. DARE Golf Tourney scheduled for June 26 The 18th Annual Brewster Police Department's Law Enforcement (and guests) DARE Golf Tournament will be held at Alta Lake Golf Course on Friday, June 26 beginning at 10:00a.m. There is a $40 entry fee and that includes the green fee, steak dinner, refreshments and prizes. There will be handicap and calloway divisions. The "world famous" horse race will be after dinner and prize awards. tournament and the horse race (please specify when you call the pro-shop). All the proceeds raised from this tournament will go toward the Brewster DARE programs. The Par 3 sponsors this year are La Milpa, Triangle Texaco, Harmony House and Wilbur-Ellis. Anyone making a hole-in-one on the par 3 holes will receive $100. The drawing prizes that Were do- To enter the golf tournament con- hated;are Serrengetti drivers sun, .' tact the BrewsterPolieeDepartment  glassesltwo golf cart andgreen fees to confirm -- no later than June 22. Desert CanyQrtGolfC: ourse, two golf ForcartrentalscontacttheAltaLake cart and green fees atAlta Lake Golf Pro Shop. Golfcart rentals will be $18 Course or Rock Island Golf Course for the tournament and $24 for the andanitemfromtheWoodworkShop. Boys High School Basketball Begins Friday, June 19 @ 5:00 p.m. [00&N004il?}}iii/00!ili00 Concessions & T-shirts available. No admission fee. JOIN For all the sports updates Brewster, Pateros, Methow Valley 103.1 ] Bridgeport 103.9 FM FM, Horseshoes Little League 00Iasketball