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8 JunA Rfl 2(]D1 Quad City. H~rald 14-U beat Brewster Blaze to win John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507 Amanda Cardenas knocks in winning run for Brewster 14-U in championship game Brewster 14 and under girls with one walk and one RBI, Kristin fastpitch team came through with a Foyle was 3-4 with a double, three three-run rally in the bottom of the RBlsandfourstolenba~sandAshley seventh to beat the Brewster Blaze, Youngers was 2-3 with two walks, 12 and under girls. 7-6 in the champi- one RBI and five stolen bases. onship game of the North Central Brewster 14-UbeatCurlew 14-2in Washington Girls Fastpitch League their second game, TournamentlastweekendinBrewster. Kristyl Heath was 2-2 with two "'it was a breathtaking game." said walks and five stolen bases. Chauncy Alisia Foyle, Brewster 14 and under Freels was 2-2 with two walks, three girls assistant coach. "'It was just an stolen bases and three RBIs and incredible defensive game on both Ashley Youngers was 1-3 with a sides. It was a lot of fun to play the double.twostolenbasesandoneRBI. other Brewster team in the champion- Brewster 14-U beat Tonasket 13- ship." 12 in their next game. "'This was an excellent game," said Sonya Brown was 1-2 with one Mike Webster, Brewster Blaze coach, walk and two stolen bases, Anali "'Both teams played their hearts out Rubio was 1-2 with one walk and and I am really proud of our girls, three stolen bases, Lindsey Verbeck They came ready to play and were was 1-2 with one walk and three really excited about that game. It was stolen bases, Amanda Cardenas was just a great game to watch." 1-2 with a home run, two RBIs, one Isis Ayestas pitched for the Blaze walk and one stolen base, Berenice and had three strikeouts. Mariscal was 1-2 with one walk and Lindsey Verbeck had one RBI for one stolen base, Heather Sullivan was Brewster 14-U, Kristyl Heath was 2- 1-1 with two walks and one stolen 4 with a double and two stolen bases, base, Heather Brown had one walk ChauncyFreelswas2-4, KristinFoyle and Bridget Hauswirth was 1-1 with was 2-4, Ashley Youngers was 1-4 one walk and one stolen base. with a double, Anali Rubio was 3-4 Brewster 14-U beat Methow Val- with a triple and one RBI, Amanda ley in their fourth game 10-0. Cardenas was 2-4 with a double, triple Lindsey Verbeck was 2-4 with two and one stolen base and Brenda stolen bases, Kristyl Heath was 2-3 Arevalo was ! -3 with a double and with one walk and three stolen bases, one RBI. Chauncy Freels was 2-4 with one Rebecca Isensee was 1-4 with a RBIandonestolenbase, KristinFoyle double, two RBIs and one run scored, was 1-3 with one walk and one stolen Macie Webster was 2-5 with one RBI base, Ashley Youngers was 1-2 with and two runs scored, lsisAyestaswas one walk and one stolen base, 2-4 with one run scored, Whitney Berenice Mariscal was 1-2 with one Scheller was 1-3 and Ashley Tuolin= walk and three stolen bases, Anali was 1-4 with one run scored. Rubio was 2-2 with onewalkand two Pateros girls started out the tourna- stolen bases and Brenda Arevalo had meat with a 9-6 loss to the Brewster two RBIs. Blaze, beat Okanogan l6-15 and lost Chauncy Freels and Ashley to Omak 1 16-7. Youngers were named the all-stars Brewster 14-U girls started outthe for the Brewster 14-U girls. tournament with a 17-7 victory over Brewster Blaze started out the tour- Omak2. nament with a 9-6 victory over Lindsey Verbeck was 2-4 with a Pateros. double, two RBIs, two stolen bases Isis Ayestas pitched the victory for and one walk, Kristyl Heath was 1-3 the Blaze, Macie Webster was 1-2 with two RBIs, two walks and four with two runs scored, Isis Ayestas stolen bases, Chauncy Freels was 2-4 was 1-2 with two RBIs and two runs John Cleveland II photo Bridget Hauswirth fields this grounder for Brewster 14-U as Lindsey Verbeck backs up the play, scored, Martha Taylor was 2-3 with The Blaze beat Omak 1 in their Macie Webster was 2-4 with a three RBIs and one run scored and next game 11-9. triple and two RBIs, Isis Ayestas Ashley Tupling was 1-1 with two Isis Ayestas picked up the win for had three walks and three runs runs scored, Brewster with eight strikeouts, scored, Martha Taylor was 1-3 "We got off to a terrible start," Rebecca Isensee was 2-3 with two with one run scored, Kassidy Brown said Webster."We did not come runs scored, Isis Ayestas was 2-3 was2-4withonerunscored, Araceili readytoplayandwejustweren't with one RBI and one run scored and Arellano was 2-4 with a double ready." Ashley Tupling was 1-3 with one and one run scored and Whitney "Pateros did a great job. They RBI and two runs scored. Scheller was 2-4 with one RB! have come a long way since we Brewster beat Okanogan 14-10 in and two runs scored. played them earlier in the season, their next game. Martha Taylor and MacieWebster We had our hands full and we Isis Ayestas won the game with were named the all-stars for the were lucky to win that game." three strikeouts. Brewster Blaze. Pateros Nannies finish second at CWU Volleyball Tournament Pateros players teamed up with other local players to compete at the Central Washington University Vol- lcybal!Tournament on June 18-19. : TheR iiifiies won the CWU tour- nament last year and returned Miryia Libbey and Hanna Hull from that team and added Leah Luchte -- all from Pateros. The Pateros girls teamed up with Bridgeport girls last year to win the tournament Chelan's Coco Poirier and Stephanie Witsill and Okanogan's Mary Burchard were added to the team this year. "We had an all-Pateros team at one point this summer, but some things came up and we ended up teamed with kids from other schools again," said Gene Dowers, Pateros volley- ball coach. "'We got on the phone and found some friends whose teams weren't going. Hanna found Steph through Coco about an hour before we picked her up on the way to Ellensburg." "We were very lucky to find quality players with a make it work attitude." The Nannies suffered a two-game loss to Tekoa-Oakesdale in their fwst game. "'We were still learning each other's names and trying to find a good line- up. We knew that we'd play better later," said Dowers. Pateros had two-game victories over 2A Riverside and Shoreline Christian and split with 1A Lynden Christian to end pool play. The Nannies started tournament play with two-game victories over Riverside and Tekoa-Oakesdale and lost the championship game to 3A Ellensburg. Pateros started out the champion- ship with a 15-11 win in the first game but lost the next two games 15- 1, 15-8. "'The wheels fell off after the first game," said Dowers. "The girls fought so hard but just ran out of gas." "Miryia passed and hit very well, put up some key blocks and was our strongest server." "Hanna hammered a couple of balls, put down some really smart shots, served well and improved ;her digging defense quite a bit over two days." "Leah's passing, hitting and confidence just kept getting stronger as the tournament progressed." "All three did a great job of figur- ing out how to work with three girls that they'd never played with before, hit sets from two setters they'd never seen and did it all very quickly in the middle of matches." "Attitudes were nothing but posi- tive and aggressive and the whole experience was something to be proud of." 12 and Under Girls Fastpitch Tournament (at Brewster High School varsity and junior varsity fields) Saturday, June 30. Game l ity field Game 2 Game 3 or varsity field Game 4 ;ity field Game 5 ;ity field Game 6 ~arsity field Game 7 Game 8 Brewster Blaze vs Reichert Cougars 10:00 vat Brewster Blaze vs Omak Mustangs noon varsity field SSK Queens vs Tri Cities Ice Breakers noon jun- Reichert Cougars vs Tri Cities Ice Breakers 2:00 var Omak Mustangs vs Reichert Cougars Brewster Blaze vs SSK Queens 4:00 Omak Mustangs vs SSKQueens 6:00 Brewster Blaze vs Tri Cities Ice Breakers 4:00 var- junior varsity field 6:00 jun Ior varsity field Sunday, July I Game 9 Omak Mustangs vs Tri Cities Ice Breakers 9:00 var. ;ity field Game 10 Reichert Cougars vs SSK Queens 9:00 junior ,arsity field Game 11 4u' place vs 5u' place noon varsity field (loser fifth/winner advances) Game 12 1" place vs winner 11 2:00 varsity field Game 13 2"d place vs 3'd place 2:00 junior varsity field Game 14 winner 12 vs winner 13 4:00 varsity field (winner l"/loser 2"~) Game 15 loser 12 vs loser 13 4:00 junior varsity field Henton, O' Connell qualify for National Golf Tournament Brewster Lady Bears win Moses Lake Toumament Brewster Lady Bears went unde- 18 points, Reagan Pariseau had five, feared and won the Moses Lake Bas- points, Kaylan Crane had five points ketball Tournament last weekend, and Michelle Tostenrude had 10 The Lady Bears started out with a points. Trevor Henton, Jared Henton,59-41 victory overConnell. The Lady Bears beat Pateros 70-41 Timmy O' Connell, all from Bridge- Jeni Boesel had one trey and 25 in the championship game. port, and Kelsey Tann'e~berg, points; Reagan Pariseau had five i RachelCfanehadtwotreysandl2! Mansfield, competed in t}ie~AA0 points. Raehel Crane had 1'1 pt, ii ts, pOi/ffs a l ariseauhad I.Spohits,! PacificNorthwestJuniorG61fCham- KaylanCrane had one trey andeight MichelleTostenrudehadninepoints,~ pionships held at the Apple Tree points, MichelleTostenmdehadelght Jeni Boesel had 16points and Kaylan , points and Ashleigh Gamble had two Crane had two treys and 18 points. points. Pateros' Hanna Hull had two treysl BrewsterbeatEphrata49-30intheir and 11 points, Miryia Libbey had second game, three treys and 25 points, Danni Rachel Crane had one trey and 11 BlackburnhadfourpointsandAshleyI ~oints, Jeni Boesel had two treys and Spurgeon had two points. Country Club in Yakima on June 18. The top eight finishers in each di- vision qualified for the National Golf Tournament. Trevor Henton shot a 78 over 18 holes and placed eighth in the 14 and under boys division and seventeenth overall. He qualified for nationals which is July 7-10 at Des Moines, Iowa. Jared Henton shot a 93 over 18 holes and placed fortieth overall in the 16 and under boys division. Kelsey Tanneberg shot a 91 over 18 holes and finished thirty-eighth overall in the 16 and under boys divi- sion. Timmy O' Connell shot a 78 over 18 holes and finished eighth in the 16 and under boys division and seven- teenth overall. He qualified for na- tionals which is July 30-August 3 at Hampton Roads, Virginia. Jerrod Riggan earns save for Norfolk Jerrod Riggan, Brewster High someone get off the injured re- School graduate, gained a save for served he can be sent back down to the Norfolk Tides against triple-ANorfolk. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Bar- Jerrodpitchedoneandone-third ons last Thursday. innings against the Red Barons Riggan has been called up to the and gave up one hit and struck out New York Mets a number of times two batters for the save. this season and has been sent back As of June 22, he was 2-0 with a down to Norfolk -- triple-A af- 1.14 ERA with eight saves, 23.2 filiate of the Mets. It is a hard road innings pitched and has gave up 16 to travel -- trying tomakea Major hits, three earned runs, two home League Baseball team. He can do runs, fourwalks, three wildpitcbes, good for New York but as soon as one balk and struck out 25 batters. Brewster 12-U boys place third at Moses Lake Youth Baseball Toumament ment with a 30-2 victory over Upper Youngers was 1-3 and Travis Taylor i Kittitas. had one RBI. ! Brewster 12-U boys got off to a fast start at Moses Lake. Bryce Scheller goes 4-5 with triple and six RBIs in opener against Upper Kittitas John Cleveland II photo Brewster 12 and under boys youth baseball team placed third at the Moses Lake Youth Baseball Tourna- ment last weekend. Brewster started out the tourna- Wade Gebbers started on the Brewsterlosttheirthirdgame24 4i mound and went two innings and to Moses Lake. gave up two hits, three walks and Austin Benson started the game struck out three for the win.and gave up. ei.ght hits and struck out Chris Sattler finished out the game one m two innings. and gave up one hit, one walk and Chris Sattler pitched one and one struck out three batters, third. Wade Gebbers was 3-3 with a Bryce Scheller finished out the fi- home run and four RBIs, Austin nal two-thirds ofan inning and struck Benson was 1-3 with one RBI, out one batter. J.R. Jarrell was 4-4 with a double, J.R. Jarrell was 1-3 with two RBIs, i triple and four RBIs, BryceScheller Bryce Scheller was 1-2 and Gab i was 4-5 with a triple and six RBIs, Webster was 1-2 with two RBIs. } Gabe Webster was 3-5 with a Brewster beat Lower Valley 11-11 double, triple and three RBIs, in theirnextgame. Chris Sattler was 4-5 with two . J.R. Jarrell started the game andi doubles and four RBIs, Luis Prieto went three innings and gave up tluce i was 2-3 with three RBIs, Travis hits and struck out three. Wade! Taylor was I-I with a triple and Gebbers finished out the final twol one RBI, Cole Youngers was 1-innings and gave up three hits, oriel 2, Chase Burgett had one walkwalkand struck ut ne" and Colton Freels was 2-3 with AustinBensonwasl-3,J.R.Jarrell two RBIs. was 2-4 with a triple and two RBIs, Brewster beat Kennewick 8-1 in Bryce Scheller was 1-3, Gabs their second game. Webster was 1-3 with three RBIs, Austin Benson started the game Chris Sattler was 1-3 with one RBI, and went three innings and gave Cole Youngers was 1-I, Luis Prieto up two hits, one walk and struck was 1-2 with a home run and three out one batter for the win. RBIs. J.R. Jarrell finished out the game Brewster finished out the tourna and gave up one hit, one walkmeat with an 8-3 loss to Kennewiek and struck out one. Nationals to place third. Wade Gebbers was 4-4 with a J.R. Jarrell started the game and double, triple and one RBI, Austin wentthreeinningsandAustinBenson Benson was 2-4 with two RBIs, J.R. finished out the final three innings. Jarrell was 2-3 with one RBI, Bryce Wade Gebbers was 1-3, J.R. Jarrell Scheller was 1-4 with one RBI, Gabe was 1-2, Bryce Scheller had one RBI, Websterwas 1-4 with one RBI, Chris Chris Sattlerwas l-2,ColeYoungers Sattlerwas 1-4 with a double and one was 1-2 and Travis Taylor was 1-3 RBI, Luis Prieto was 1-1, Cole with two RBIs,