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Ouad City. Herald ,June 28 20(31 Pag~ 7 ~ !,;~: ~ ~ =~ John Cleveland II photo Mac R. Gebbers takes a cut at the ball for the Gold Miners. James McGee strikes out five in two innings against Cashmere Okanogan Valley Gold Miners, 12-2 in five innings. Senior Babe Ruth baseball team, James McGee started the game and started out the week with a double- went two innings and gave up one header sweep over Cashmere on June walk, no hits and struck out five bat- 18. ters. The Gold Miners won the first game Rob Shields finished out the final three innings. Phillips was 1-3 with a double double and two RBIs and Griffin Rob Shield pitched three innings Todd Phillips was 1-3 withadouble and one RBI, Brady Gariano was Freeis was 1-2 with one RBI.and struck out one. and two RBIs, Brady Gariano was 1- 1-4, Albert Garza was 2-3 and Scott Hylton was 2-3, Rob Shields Richard Carmack finished out the 2withoneRBI, AlbenGarzawas2-Tucker Freeman was 1-3 with was 2-3 with two RBIs and Ryne finaltwoinningsandstruckoutthree. 3 with a double, home run and three one RBI. Phillips was 1-3 with two RBIs. Mac R. Gebbers was 1-4, Todd RBls, Scott Hylton was 1-2 with one Levi Seekins was 2-3 with two Okanogan Valley came throughPhillips was 2-3, Ryne Phillips RBI, Ross Brown was 2-3 with two doublesandthreeRBls,GriffinFreels with a 13-6 victory over Puyallup in was 1-2, Albert Garza was 1-2 RBIs and Randy Dahl was 2-2 with was 1-2, Richard Carmack was 1-3 their second g: ne, with a double and Nate Ruble two doubles, and Ray Ruiz was 1-1. Griffin Freelspilchedthecomplete had one RBI. Okanogan Valley closed out the Okanogan Valley went 3- 1 ingame victory and stuck out seven Okanogan Valley finished out the doubleheader with a 21-2 vic- the Richland Senior Babe Ruth batters, tournament with an 8-7 victory over tory, Baseball Tournament last week- Mac R. Gebbers was 2-4 with a Auburn. Griffin Freels started the game end. doubleandfourRBis, Todd Phillips Albert Garza started the game and gave up one walk, one hit The Gold Miners started out the was 2-5 with a double and two and Ryne Phillips picked up the and struck out five batters for tournament with a 9-8 victory over RBls, Brady Gariano was2-3 with wir with six innings pitched and the win. Mukilteo. a home run and two RBIs, Albert five strikeouts. Randy Dahl finished out the James McGee startedthe game Garza was 1-4 with two RBIs,I 1:Jc R. Gebbers was 1-4, Todd final two innings and gave up and struck out eight batters in Rob'Shields was 2-3 and RynePhillips was l.4, Brady Gariano was two hits. four innings. Phillips was 3-4. 1-12, Albert Garza was 3-3 with a Mac R. Gebbers was 1-2 with a Richard Carmack finished outThe Gold Miners suffered an double, triple and twoRBls. Tucker double, Todd Phillips was 3-3 with a the game and struck out one bat- 8-2 loss to Richland in their next Freeman was 2-4 with a double and double, Brady Gariano was I-2, ter. game. woRBls,GriffinFreelswas3.4with AlbenGarzawas2-4withthreeRBls, Mac R. Gebbers was 1-4, ToddAlbert Garza started the game and two doubles and two RBIs, Rob Tucker Freeman was 2-4 with three Phillips was 2-4 with two doubles, wentlwoinningsandstruckoutthree Shields was 1-3 and Ryne Phillips RBIs, Griffin Freels was 2-2 with a Tucker Freeman was 1-2 with a batters, was I-3. double and five RBIs and Ray Ruiz was 2-3. The Gold Miners split a double- header with Moses Lake on June 20. Okanogan Valley started out the doubleheader with a 9-4 loss to Moses Lake. Albert Garza started the game and struck out three batters. Richard Carmack finished out the final three innings and gave up six hits and struck out one batter. Brady Gariano was 2-2 with a double, Albert Garza was 1-3 with a home run and one RBI, Tucker Freeman was 1-3, Griffin Freels was 2-3 with a double and triple and Richard Carmack was l-2 with one RBI. The Gold Miners rebounded off their loss with a 12-7 victory over Moses Lake. Griffin Freels started the game and went three innings and struck out one batter. Randy Dahl pitched three innings and struck out one. final inning and struck out one. John Cleveland II photo Mac R. Gebbers was 1-2, Todd James McGee pitches a gem for the Okanogan Valley Gold IVliners last week. Cody Gunn reports to Johnson City Cody Gunn, Brewster High ,est Division of the Appala- ,School graduate, has reported to chian League and is currently the Johnson City Cardinals and tie l for first place at 3-2 with the has appeared in one game for the Kingsport Mets. single-A rookie league team of Gunn was supposed restart the St, Louis Cardinals. asadesignated hitter on Monday Johnson City competes in the but the game was rained out. Gebbers competes in All-State Football Daniel Gebbers, Brewster High All-Stars and they beat the 1A/B School graduate, competed in the West All-Stars 30-12. All-State Football Game last Danielcaughtonepass for four weekend at Yakima. yards and made some tackles at Gebbers was on the IA/B East defensive back. Ryan Brown hits double in Packer loss Apple Valley Packers, Se- Apple Valley Invitational last nior American Legion base- weekend and placed second. ball team, started out the week The Packers started out the with a doubleheader loss to the tournament with a 6-1 victory Twin City Titans on June 19, over Stilly River, beat Spokane Ryan Brown, Brewster, 6-0, beat Langley 14-7, lost to starts at second base for Apple South Kit,sap 6-5 and lost to White Valley. Rock 2-1 in the championship The Packers lost the first game. game 11-0 and the second Rvan Brown had a double, one game 13 -4. RB(and a run scored in the cham- Apple Valley hosted the pionship game. AppleSox sweep Coquitlam in doubleheader Saturday Wenatchee AppleSox came with a 16-8 loss to the Seattle through with a doubleheaderCruisers on June 20 and lost to sweep over Coquitlam on the Everett Merchants I-0and Saturday after rebounding 5-2 on Thursday and Friday. off three straight losses. WenatcheebeatCoquitlam6- John Gebbers, Brewster 1 in both sides of the double- High School graduate, starts header last Saturday and fin- at third base for Wenatchee. ished out their week with an 1 l- The AppleSox started out 3 loss to Kelowna on Sunday. Ruth Collins Twenty-fourladiesarrived"early" Third division, first place, Susie to enjoy a beautiful day of golfing on Clausen-34.5 net. Second place, Thursday, June 21. Good to see the Wilma Veroske-39 net. six ladies out goifing that have formed Chip-ins were made by Ruth a9-Holeladiesgroup.ThankstoGreta Collins #6; Jeanne Atkinson #3 & Griffiths for her hard work on help- #11; Sandra Stephens #6 and Sue ing form this group. Murray #5. Play for the day on June 21 wasOdd Our Birdie girl is Nell DeMuth Holes less Half Handicap. Firsl divi- with birdies on holes #7 & #12. sion, first place, April Talley-37 net. Play for June 29 will be Most Second place, Nell DeMuth-37.5 net. Points from Skins. This will end our Second division, first place, Spring Eclectics. Yvonne Weekes-30 net. SecondTee time is 8:30 AM - be early, be place, Eloise Denny-35.5 net. ready to golf. Brewster Blaze earns two league victories last week Isis Ayestas retires first 10 Methow Valley batters in win Brewster Blaze, 12 and under girls The Blaze finished out the week fastpitch softball team. started out the wit h a 19-12 victory over Okanogan weekwithal6-5victoryoverMethow last Thursday afternoon. Valley on June 20. Isis Ayestas picked up the win Isis Ayestas pitched and retired the on the mound and struck out five first 10 Methow Valley batters and batters, finishedwitheightstrikeoutsandgave Rebecca Isensee was 2-5 with up two hits and four walks for the two runs scored and Macie Webster win. was 3-5 with three runs scored. Sara Miller was 1-3 with oneIsis Ayestas was 1-4 with two RBI and three runs scored, Macie runs scored and Martha Taylor Webster was 3-4 with two RBIs was 1-5 with one RB1 and three and three runs scored and Aracelli runs scored. Arellano was 1-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored. WhitneySchellerwas2.4withone Whitney Scheller was I-2 with two RBI and three runs scored and Ashley RBIs and one run scored and Rebecca Tupling was 2.4. Isensee was 2-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Sara Miller was 3.4 with two RBIs Ashley TuNing was 2-4 with one and one run scored, Reba Guzman RBl and one run scored, RebaGuzman was !-4 with one run scored and had one hit and Kassidy Brown had Kristen Harlow was 1-3 with three one hit. runs scored. John Cleveland II photo Martha Taylor fields a g,:, ~ ~!er for the Blaze. Top Athletes Don't Play Games With Nutrition (NAPS)--Recent research sug- gests athletes who drink milk may have a better chance of avoiding a bad break during competition. About 25 percent of the eight million youths who participate in junior high and high school sports incur some form of injury, according to figures from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. In fact, more than 2.6 million young Americans visit emergency rooms each year for sports-related injuries. Sports injuries also constitute one in five emergency room visits among people aged 5 to 24. The good news is that proper training and nutrition could help to prevent many of these injuries, according to sports nutritionist Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, a consultant to the New York Mets and New York Giants. One diet downfall that she frequently observes is the lack of calcium, which may set the stage for stress fractures and other injuries. "Teens are reaching for nutri- ent-void soft drinks and sports drinks to satisfy their thirst, but they're creating a calcium drought for their b0ne ," Sk01nik warns. "Young athletes need at least three glasses of milk a day for cal- cium to help keep them from being sidelined. Milk also packs protein to maximize muscle development." Health experts and trainers recommend milk to help athletes stay off the sidelines. The Athlete's Choice Recent figures show that the amount of soft drinks teenagers consume has risen by more than three gallons per capita over the past decade, while the amount of milk consumed has dropped by the same amount. On average, teens are drinking only one glass of milk a day. Teens missing out on milk are missing out on good nutrition. During teen years, nearly half of all bone mass is formed and about 15 percent of adult height is added. That's why it is so,impor- tant f~r teens to include three to fbur glasses of milk each day for calcium to do its job to help build strong bones, especially for young tt~e~ have a shot to kick for $1 mil- athletes, liot~ during halftime of the MLS A survey of 50 team trainers C~;~ 2001 and to appear in their from the NBA, NFL, NHL and very ~wn"milk mustache" ad. MLB also showed milk to be a For more information about preferred beverage choice for their the got milk? 3-v-3 Soccer athletes: Shootout and the nutritional ben- - 100 percent think the bone- efits of drinking milk, log onto strengthening calcium in milk is www.whymilk.com. important for the athletes they The National "got milk?" Milk train Mu s ~ache Campaign is jointly 96 percent of trainers recom- funded by America's milk proces- mend milk to the athletes they scrs and dairy farmers: the train and suggest about three .National Fluid Milk Processor glasses of milk a day. Promotion Board and Dairy Man- 88 percent believe that agement Inc. A series of educa- strong bones are important to tionM brochuresis available on help prevent injury, the Web at www.whymilk.com. 98 percent agree milk's nine essential nutrients are important for athletes trying to lose weight. 94 percent of trainers recom- mend milk to help maintain mus- cle mass. Kick-Off with Calcium to Win ~; :~ a Million For more information on how milk is an important part of an athlete's training table, you can Visit one of the more than 40 got milk? 3-v-3 Soccer Shootout tour- naments, where dietitians share tips on milk's role in good nutrition. Additionally, athletes of all ages can compete for $1 million by kick- ing the highest score in an interac- tive soccer challenge. [,o~ai s~cer winners will move on to regi,~:'.d championships and those winners CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING II City Herald