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Goldminers find werh00ttchee tourney tough The Okanogan Valley Goldminers, an American Legion baseball team made up of local players, went up against some tough competition in the Apple Valley Invitational American Legion baseball tournament last week in Wenatchee. Okanogan looked like they had the game in control to begin the tournament but ended up losing to Skagit Valley 9-6 last Thursday afternoon. The Goidminers were up 4-1 early in the game but a couple errors let Skagit Valley back into the game. Okanogan got off to a rough start in its second game Thursday. and lost 7-0 to West Sound. Johnny Gebbers started the game Ull"o''r%ly [Jltl.,-IlLl':'""e " for the Goldminers and was roughed up early. He gave up back-to-back dine home runs to start off the game -- an outstan ,., before settling down. game for us," Brice Boesel closed out the game and only gave up one run over the - David Howe, fna, innings Okanogan got off to a slow start and tJKanogan suffered a 13-5 loss to theApple Valley II.-.ll.-... Packers last Friday afternoon. VcUly The Packers took a 5-2 lead in Goldminer the first'inning and added six runs over the next two innings to put the coach game out of reach. "Brice came in on relief and pitched four innings," said David Howe,Okanogan Valley Goldminer coach. "He pitched really well and held the packers to just six hits." The Goldminers ended the tournament on a winning note after gaining a 7-5 victory over Federal Way. Kory Schirtenlieb, Tonasket, pitched the complete game for Okanogan. "Kory pitched an outstanding game for us," said Howe. "He was helped by the strong defensive play of Sol Hornet and Andy Figueroa -- they turned three double plays in that. game." Gebbers and Figueroa, Chelan, stroked doubles but the leading offensive John F. Cleveland II photo Brice Boesel provided strong relief for the Okanogan Valley Goldminers during the Apple Valley Packers Tournament last weekend. player for the Goldminers was Steve Parsley, Chelan, who went 3-4. The Okanogan Valley Goldminers will host two doubleheaders with Ellensburg this Thursday and Friday at Okanogan High School's baseball field. Okanogan will take on Ellensburg in a 1:00 p.m. doubleheader start on Thursday and Friday's doubleheader will begin at 11:00 a.m. Hull c:00:00acnes, 2'.v,ar plays on winning State ,all-Star team The Pateros boys basketball team had a very successful year winning the State B Championship and they were also honored by having head coach Mike Hull and Garrett Zwar selected to participate in the High School Coaches All- Star Basketball Games June 19-20. Both Hull, coaching, and Zwar played instrumental roles in gaining Pateros its first-ever basketball championship this season. Players from throughout Washington were chosen to compete on one of four teams. The A and B players were split into two teams, City and State All-Stars, and so were the AA and AAA players. The State A/B All-Star team was coached by Hull and Zwar and Ryan Nelson, Waterville, were the local players on his team. The State All-Stars beat the City All-Stars 104-91 on June 19 at Gonzaga University. Zwar worked his way inside for 10 points and Nelson added three points. State was led by Bentley, Stevenson, and Rohrbacker, Goldendale, with 15 points each and City was led by Landram, Chewelah, and Ala, St. George's, Area stt00(Jents receive Scholar,00t00thlete Awan:l ' The following local high school students have received the United States Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award. Darin Radke and Hillary Merkley of Okanogan High School in Okanogan, Washington presented on May 21, 1996 by Dale Linklater, a school official; Beau Barker and Lysandra Sapp of Omak High School in Omak, Washington presented on May 29, 1996 by Gary Smith, a school counselor; Aaron Habermehl of Brewster High School in Brewster, Washington presented on June 1, 1996 by Jim Frey, a school counselor; Nick Albert and Audrey Andrews of Lake Roosevelt High School in Coulee Dam, Washington presented on June 1, 1996 by Richard Graham, a school principal; Josh Haney and Stacey Harnasch of Oroville High School in Oroviile, Washington presented on June 1, 1996 by Mike Sibley, a school counselor; Adam James and Robin Anders of Pateros High School in Pateros, Washington presented on June 1, 1996 by Joseph Worsham, principal and director of activities; Seth Gibeaut and Tina Weddle of Tonasket High School in Tonasket, Washington presented on June 1, 1996 by Daryl Moulton, a school counselor; an d Charles Miller and Joanie Hurley of Bridgeport High School in Bridgeport, Washington presented on June 2, 1996 by Sam Buckingham, the school athletic director. These students share this honor with winners in high schools throughout the country, from Florida to Hawaii. Each year the Army Reserve sponsors the program to recognize and honor top male and female high school scholars and athletes across the nation. N ew Arriva Is 1995 Lease Return Ca BOESEL ,MOTORS 26050 Hwy. 97 Brewster 689-2531 1-800-972.5649 with 16 points each. The City AA/AAAAII-Stars won the other game 129-89 over the State AA/ AAA All-Stars. The State A/B All-Stars had a tougher time the ncxt night as they squeaked out a 99-90 victory over City last Thursday night at Seattle Pacific University. State was down by one point at hailtime but Nelson put together a strong charge in the second half to help push them over the top with 22 points. The State AA/AAA All-Stars beat the City AA/AAAAII-Stars 104-101 in overtime. Brewster girls in EWU basketball tourney The Brewster summer league girls basketball team travelled to a tournament .at Eastern Washington University, in Cheney, last weekend. Brewster stmled off the.tournament with a 36-19 Thomas- 'Haney last Friday. Lareasa Bowman netted nine points and pulled down seven rebounds, Brianna Brown canned one trey to finish with four points and seven rebounds, Genea 1=lynn had one three- pointer to end with four points and three assists, Elizabeth Rios added twopoints,Ashleigh Shaw puUeddown four rebounds and Courtney Riggan added three rebounds. Brewster Iosta close one toCoupville 40-39 in the second game on Saturday. Bowman came through with 15 points and 16 rebounds, Brown had five points and eight rebounds, Riggan put in four points and six rebounds, Flynn added four points, Rios netted three points and three rebounds, Debbie Knowlton added two points, Shaw came through with three points and fix;e rebounds and Heather added three points. Brewster suffered a 46-18 loss to Decatur in their next outing. Brown had six points and five rebounds, Bowman put in four points and six rebounds, Knowlton added four, points. Shaw had three points, Heather added one points and Rios pulled down four rebounds. .... Biwster lost to Florence 34-23.. Bowman had eight points and six rebounds, Rios added four points, Brown had two points and five rebounds, Riggan netted four points and three rebounds, Flynn added three points and Heather had two points. Brewster's Bowman caught fire and led them to a +34-18 victory over Decatur 2 on Sunday. Bowman pitched in 22 points and grabbed six rebounds, Rios added two points, three assists and three steals, Brown had four points, six rebounds and four assists, Riggan netted two points, Knowlton had two points and four rebounds and Flynn put in two points. Brewster edged out a 33-32 victory over Clearwater Valley in their final game Sunday. 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