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PsaA 8 June 27 lgg6 Ouad Ci HerNd O Tee Time by Ruth Collins The competitive spirit really showed in Fay Farley eyes as she said I finally beat Shirley Stanifer. It's really nice to set a goal and then achieve it. Nice front nine (44) Fayl Play fortheday wasOnes - Half Handicap. First division, first place, Gaii Bender- 37. Second place, Yvonne Weekes- 39. Second division, first place, Fay Farley. 32.5. Secondplace, Shirley Stanifer. 33.5. Third division, first place, Kay Avery - 33. Second place, ourown Little Mary Theubet - 38. Vi Hortin came up the winner with the only Chip-in on hole #14. Birdies were made by Gall Bender and Fay Farley #2;Janet Foyle#7 andNancy Sloan,Yvonne Weekes and Lois Branscom #12. Good to have Bertha Richert feeling good and Brewster Two edged by Okanogan The Brewster #2 Babe Ruth baseball learn started offthe week with a 7-6 loss to Okanogan Sunrise Disposal on June 19. Brant Cook led the way for Brewster going 2-3 at the plate and Eddie Valdovinos and Jeremy Troviilo added doubles. Valdovinos started the game and went six innings, giving up four hits, walking six and striking out four. Cook finished the game, giving up two hits, three walks and striking out one. Brewster#'2 startedout the league tournament with a 13-3 victory over Pardners last Saturday afternoon. Cook started the game and went five innings beforeAlex Garcia finished the final innings. Cook helped himself out at the plate and was a perfect 3-3, Jeremy Trovillo went 2-3. Jacob Trovillo was 2-2 and Abel Escobedo, Gareia, Enrique Rubio, Todd Phillips and Lance Dial added singles. This sent them into the semifinals but that game was rained out last Sunday and the make-up game was rained out on Monday. Theremainderofthetoumament wascanceged, because all-star play has "already started and there is not time to play the games. Season ends for Pateros Babe Ruth The Pateros Babe Ruth baseball team ended its season with a 13-1 loss to Omak Drilling last Thursday afternoon. Clint Hull pi;ched the complete game for Pateros and had a one hitter go!ng into the sixth inning. Jorge Dela Morn had the hot bat for Pateros with two hits including a double and Tyler Moore also rapped a double for the only other hit. "Ciint didn't do a bad job but we had several errors that contributed to our down fall," said Jo Worsham. Pateros Babe Ruth coach. "We ended up winnirig three games and 1 think we improved a great deal--comparing where we started to where we finished." Bridgeport JV hit by Tonasket The Bridgeport junior varsity girls summer league basketball team suffered a 47-37 loss to Tonasket last Thursday night. Tiffany Derby had 14 points to lead the team and Missy Brazeau and Sarah Cooper both added eight points each. "We actually played them about five quarters," said Mel Wells, Bridgeport girls basketball coach. "It kind of tired us out." There was not any detailed information given for the varsity game but Bridgeport lost 67-57. "We actually played them tough for three quarters," said Wells. "At half time we were up by four points." The Bridgeport varsity was missing Andrea Henton, Tiffany Darby and Hannah Jorgenson. Pateros' Neuneker named B-8 All ,'3tar Ciiame MVOP Shannon Stanley photo John Nauneker took his first-ever snaps at quarterback for the West All-Stars. He used his speed to scramble out of trouble and was able to hit Shaun Moore for touchdown in the second quarter. , Shaun Moore and Adam Byrd also have an impact for West All-S1 s The Pateros football te'am had a very successful year and was rewarded with three players joining the West All Stars in the B-8 All-Star Football Game held at Finney Field in Odessa last Friday night. John Neuneker, Shaun Moore and Adam Byrd might have taken the field for the last time last week in the West's 23-6 loss to the East All-Stars. They joined a group of B.8 players on June 16 to practice and get to know the competitors they played against for the last four years. Neuneker played running back and linebacker for Pateros this season, Moore was also running back and linebacker and Adam Byrd was an offensive and defensive lineman. They all played the same positions except Neuneker who took over at quarterback for the all-star game. This is a position Neuneker was not used to, but he seemed to adjust well. He received the Most Vaiuable Offensive Player award for the West after the game. Neuneker went 3-11 passing for66 yards and one touchdown and also ran the ball six times for six yards. "It was quite an experience," said Neuneker. "It was different being in charge -- being the quarterback. 1 think that 1 had a better game defensively than offensively -- I had the first couple of tackles, had an interception and batted down three balls." Moore caught two passes 57 yards and one touchdown and ran the ball nine times for 11 yards. Byrd got off to a stellar start defensively and made all five of his tackles in the first quarter. The West and East All-Stars went scoreless in the first quarter but Neuneker hit Moore on a 28- yard touchdown pass to open the second quarter and put the West up 6-0. The East answered with three straight scoring drives to end the first half with Finley catching an 18-yard touchdown pas from Shannon Stanley photo John Neuneker, Shaun Moore andAdam Byrd represented the Pateros Billygoats in the B-8 All-Star football game. Adams+ Ewing runningit in from three yards out and Espinoza kicking a 22- yard field gsal. ..... Malay finished out the scoring, catching a 33-yard totichdown pass from "It was neat to be able to " get to know the guys I knew them from football, but it was not the same" - John Neuneker Gering in the third quarter to put the East up 23-6. The usually potent offenses were kept underwraps by strong defensive play from both teams. The West only had 74 yards rushing and 106 yards passing, while the East only had 66 yards rushing and 195 yards passing. "It was a fun week," said Neuneker. "It was neat to be able to get to know the guys -- I knew them from football, but it was not the same. When they take the pads off they are not mean football players." Neuneker is going to go to Central Washington University next year, where he hopes to walk-on the football and track teams. golfing again. Next Wednesday is the Lake Woods Invitational with a shot gun start at 9 a.m. Our play day on Thursday will bePicka Partner, Play Blind Partners and the end of the Spring Eclectic. Tee Time is 8:30 a.m. Hey girls don't forget oarmember/guests sign up. See or call Pat Hansen. Lake Woods Ladies Club 6-19-96 Special Event: Best Nine. Div. I: 1st low gross - Chris Benson; 2rid low gross - Joan Wood. Div. II: 1st low gross - Colleen Mounier; 2nd low gross - Linda Field. Least Putts: Div. h Meredith Spencer; Div. II: Merge McGaha. Chip-Ins: Meredith Spencer #5; Pat Livingston #10. Birdies: Meredith Spencer #5 & #8; Chris Benson #3, 4&8. Hole in one on ladies dayl Chris Benson# 17, witnessed by: Bobby Barren and Marge Patterson. John F, Cleveland II photo Kalsey Boyd took it to the basket for Brewster as the Lady Bears rallied In the fourth quarter to pull away from Pstero= for the victory. Final quarter surge gains Brewster win The Brewster girls summer basketball team pulled Annie Neuneker came through with 13 points lor away in the final quarter to gain a 45-30 victory over Pateros, Brooke Libbey and Joey Bighouse had Pateros on June +18. eight points each and Jessica put in one point. Elizabeth Rios led Brewster with 14 points, Brianna Brown had eight points, Courtney Riggan and Genea Okanogan cancelled its game with Brewster last Flynn put in six points each, Ashleigh Shaw netted four Thursday night and Brewster s next home game points and Kelsey Boyd added one point, will be with Bridgeport Thursday at 6:00 p.m. I I I I II Bambino All-Stars earn second in Coulee tourney The Brewster Bambino All-Stars took second place in the Brett Rowers Memorial Tournament at Grand Coulee last weekend. Brewster started off the tournament with a 12- I victory over Moses Lake last Friday afternoon. Mac R. Gabbers started the game for Brewster and picked up the victory. Gabbers was a perfect 3-3 at the plate with a triple and double, Rodolpho Arevalo went 3-3 with a home run, Griffin Freels went 2-3 with a double, Zack Jones went 2- 4 with a double, Wesley Michel went 2-4 and Ryne Phillips and Hawkins Gabbers each added singles. Brewster picked up another victory with a 6-2 win over Colville on Saturday. Freels went the distance and struck out seven batters in the win. Natividad Rubio and Freels supplied the offensive attack for Brewster each ripping singles. Brewster took on Grand Coulee in the championship but the game was rained out with Grand Coulee leading 5-4 in the sixth inning. The game will not be made up and Grand Coulee took first and Brewster was second -- due to the rain out. Gebbersstarted the game and Paul Divis relieved for Brewsler. Ernie Santos went 3-4 with a double and triple, Freels went 2-3 with a double and Phillips went 2-3 to finish out the hitting. Jennifer Simmons +receives academic award Three Wenatchee Valley College athletes---one from three decades ago---were presented top honors at' the college's Wenatchee campus 1996 commencement ceremony on Friday, June 14, on the Wells House lawn. Academics. leadership and community service were among the reasons give for the awards. Students Jennifer Simmons of Pateros and Ladd Preppernau of Ellensburg were awarded the 1996 President's Medal for academic achievement and leadership, and WVC Athletic Director Sandy Cooprider of Wenatchee was named the 1996 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for significant contributions to the college and community. Simmons has served as the 1995-96 Associated Students of Wenatchee Valley College president and was a key member of the Lady Knights basketball team. She has received the Dick Pieper Award for Outstanding Freshman, Ted Anthon Award for Outstanding Sophomore, Lady Knights Most Valuable Player for two years in a row, a member of the Eastern Region All League team two years in a row, and tied the school game-scoring record three times in her career. She plans to pursue her academic and athletic career at Asuza Pacific College in Southern California.