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paoA 4 July 5 ~OO1 Ouad CI~ Herald Mack foursome wins Law Enforcement Golg Tourney John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507 Gebbers plays in All-State Series ::: ::: Elmo Henry and Ed Mack team up to J "The 21" AnnualraCeLaw Enforce- N John Cleveland II photo Dustin Zahn gets off a good drive on hole one. ment and Guests Golf Tourna- ment was another huge success," said Mike Thurber, tournament organizer. There were 76 golfers compet- ing in the four-man scramble tour- nament. The Law Enforcement tourna- ment was won by a four-player team made up of Jesse Mack, Ed Mack, John Marx and Steve Day. Their score was a 57.4 on the 18- hole course. This was an ad- justed handicap for all four of the mem- bers on the team. David Maehren, Alex Bratner, Steve Rotger and Rick Rieck teamed up to shoot a 58.1 for sec- ond place, Bob Comer, Deno Comer, Dean Olson and Maryann Olson shot a 58.3 for third, Chuck Zimmerman, Greg Oakes, Steve Jenkins and Calvin Stark shot a 58.4 for fourth place and Lael Vickery, Tom Hackworth, Ken Hansen and Dennis Conley shot a 58.7 for fifth. Warren Bresko, Darren Mlhilick, Nathan Weis and Ernie Carson shot a 59 for sixth, Gary B rown, Gene Layle, Randy Strand and Ron Orman shot a 59.9 for seventh, Jess Brantner, Irene Brantner, Bernie Nelson and Marlene Nelson shot a 60.4 for eighth, Ann Spurgeon, Hope Lindberg, Sue Barth and Heather Neff shot a 61.6 for ninth and Corky Taber, AI Milton, Dennis Hardie and Mike Thurber placed tenth with a 61.8. All 19 four-man scramble teams received prizes. Deno Comer was the closest to the pin on hole #2 at two-feet eight-inches, Gene Layle was closest to the pin on hole #6 at 4-8, Den- nis Hardie was closest to the pin on hole #12 at 17-1 and Jesse Minick was closest to the pin on hole #14 at 13-10. There were 20 people competing in the horse race, which took place after the barbecue and prizes were given out. Elmo Henry and Ed Mack teamed up to win the horse race, David Maehren and Steve Rotger placed second, Bernie Nelson and Dustin "Everybody enjoyed their round of golf and I think the tournament was a success for our DARE program," Mike Thurber, event organizer Zahn were third and Fred Schaller and John Marx placed fourth. "Everybody en- joyed their round of golf and I think the tournament was a success for our DARE pro- gram," said Thurber. "I would liketothankall the businesses that do- nated gifts and helped make our tournament a great Success." The businesses and people that made donations to the tournament were: Albert Comer, Webster Furniture, Erlandsen & Associates, Verastar, La Milpa, Wilbur-Ellis, Harmony House, Brewster Car Care, Back to Health, Brewster Body Shop, Burgers & Suds, Villalobos Mechanic, Brewster Kiwanis, Pepsi, MAGI, Brewster Heights Packing, Custom Pack- ing, Alta Lake Golf Resort, Pateros Mercantile, Kodi's, Super Stop, Schull's Towing, Brewster Drug, Los Camperos, Sterling Savings, Pacific Northwest Bank, Quad City Herald, Ace Hardware, Country Side Studio, Brewster Market Place, 7'~ Street Market, Apple Junc- tion, Les Schwab, Triangle Texaco, Carter Excavation, Hooked on Phone Cards, Heaithbeat, Brewster Barber Shop, Dr. Rana, Bar None and Grovers' Building Supply Daniel Gebbers, Brewster High Brewster Lady Bears make clean sweep of Wenatchee Rotary Awards School graduate, played in the All- State Boys Basketball Series last Fri- ~ ~ ~ ,r Bearssoccerteamwhichplacedthird Championship after losing just one "Thispastseasonweweretryingto day night at Yakima. t rvan boesel, Jenl at the State IA/B Tournament and game in the regional tournament to prove last year wasn t a fluke and the Gebbers played on the State All- " was alsopart of the State t A/B Girls Colfax. Brewster redeemed them- girls stepped up to the challenge. Star Team and he helped them beat Boesel win Tennis Championship team. selves by beating Colfax in the State These girls have been playing bas- "Actually it was pretty exciting IA Championship game. ketball together since the third or ,theCityAlI-StarTeam 100-87.Daniel individual honors winningthataward,"saidJeniBoesJ, Bryan Boesel was nominated fourth grades and it was nice to have~ ;had nine points in the State victory . . . o . i The top seniors in the state were Brewster athlete. "I had fun earning a:s a player dur~n~ h=s t~me at themcomemtoh~ghschoolknowmg iselected to play in the All-State Se- Brewster Lady Bears basketballit All I had to do was play sports. Brewster High School, playing the, game of basketball. ;ries. team added another award to their B'asketball, by far, is my favorite but football, basketball and baseball, ' This is a special group of kids. TheCityAll-StarshadChamberlin, trophy case after being named the the other ones are also fun." and as a football player at East- They are very athletic and smart and 7Okanogan, score 10 points, Female Team of the Year by the'The best part for me was seeing ern Washington University. He when you have that combination you '.Townsend, Freeman, had 11 points, Wenatchee North Rotary at the 3P' Megan Franza-- we have been talk- earned the Female Team Coach get a group that can contribute as iDepalo, Toutle Lake, had nine points, Glondo, Cle Elum, had 11 points, iHyndman, Freeman, had three points, !Schlagel, Warden, had 10 points, Roosendaal, Kings, had 15 points, 'Roberts, Kings, had seven points, ~Horner, Okanogan, had 11 points. ' The State All-Stars had Haerling, !Raymond, score seven points, Daniel Gebbers, Brewster, had nine points, Tully, Raymond, had five points, ;Golob, Granger, had seven points, 'Lindseth, Seattle Christian, had 11 ipoints, Stark, Raymond, had 10 points, Johnson, Cascade Christian, ;had six points, Peterson, Winlock, :had 10 points, Fletcher, Seattle Chris- tian, had 21 points and Cheek, Zillah, had 17 points. Annual North Central Washington ing to each other the last five years, of the Year Award after coach-.freshman." Sports Awards on June 26. She has been sort of a role model for ing the Brewster Lady Bears bas- Jeni Boesel, Bryan Boesel and the Head coach Bryan Boesel was also me." ketball team to their second-straight Brewster girls basketball team were named the Female Team Coach ofOn being a part of the Brewster State IA Basketball Champion- all nominated for the same awards the Year and Jeni Boesel was named Lady Bears State IA Champion bas- ship. last season, but they were not se- the High School Female Athlete of ketball team, Jeni said, "I am just "It is always nice to win awards," lected. the Year. glad for the opportunity to play on a said Bryan Boesel, Brewster girls All of the winners were selected Jeni Boesel was the State IAGirls basketball team like we have at basketballcoach."Itjustkindofwraps fromagroupofl0finalistsinmostof Basketball Player of the Year, State Brewster." up the whole season. We had a very the categories. The high school ath- IA Tournament Most Valuable The Lady Bears basketball teamgood season and have reaped a lot of lete awards were pared down from Player, was part of the Brewster Lady won their second-straight State IA benefits of having a good team." more than 500 athletes. Brewster Blaze came through with a second place finish at the Apple Empire Invite 12 and Under Girls Fastpitch Tournament last weekend. The Blaze went 3-1 in round-robin Scholars are big winners play and beat the Tri Cities Icebreak- ers in the semifinals. Brewster lost to golf tournament the SSK Queens in the champion- ship. The team of Phil Rose, Doug "Overall we played real well," said Simmons, Dennis Hardie and Joe Mike Webster, BrewsterBlazecoach. Riggan--aided by Hardie's eagle on "We hit the ball, our defense was real No. 7~were the winners of the strong and Isis Ayestas pitched six ; Bridgeport Dollars for Scholars golf solid games for us." tournament, held Saturday, June 30 "Defensively Kassidy Brown had at Lake Woods Golf Course. The a great tournament at second base. foursome had a net score of 52 for 18 She's a little spark plug and is full of holes energy. She keeps the infield on their TheteamofRickHalterman, Steve toes." Jenkins, Chris Gavin and Ron Gavin Brewster started out the tourna- finished second with ateam net score mentwith a20-5 victoryoverReichert of 55. Calvin Stark, Phil Lee, Bran- Nissan Cougars don Evenson, Dick Field and DonIsis Ayestas pitched the victory Barnhart were third, with a 56 net. and struck out seven batters and gave J.D. Smith, Don Briggs, Daryl White up three hits and one walk. and Hope Lindberg were fourth with Rebecca Isensee was 4-4 with two a team net scoreof60, doubles, two RBIs and four runs Smith picked up the prize for land- scored, Martha Taylor was 3-3 with a ing closest to the pin on No. 8; Rose double, one RBI and four runs scored, won the KP on No. 17. Macie Webster was 2-2 with a double, The event raised $629 for the two RBIs and two runs scored, Isis BridgeportDollarsforScholarschap- Ayestas was 2-2 with one RBI and ter, thanks in part to the generosity of four runs scored, Whitney Scheller the win, place and show teams, who was 3-4 with two RBIs and two runs donated their winnings, scored, Kassidy Brown was 1-3 with one RBI, Sara Miller was 1-2 with two runs scored and Aracelli Arellano Blaze finish league was 1-3 with two runs scored. The Blaze beat Omak Mustangs with two victories 14-3 in their second game. Isis Ayestas pitched and struck out Brewster Blaze, 12 and under four batters and gave up four hits and fastpitch girls softball team, earned three walks. two victories to end the-North Cen- Rebecca lsensee was 2-4 with two tral Washington l4 and under league. RBIs and two runs scored, Macie The Blaze beat Pateros 13-12 on Webster was 1-3 with one RBI, Isis June 26 and beat Okanogan 22-10 Ayestas was 1-2 with two runs scored, last Thursday Martha Taylor was 1-1 with a triple, Brewster currently has a 17-11-1 oneRBIandtworunsscored, Kassidy overall record. Brown was 1-3 with one RBI and place second at The Brewste~r Blaze went 3-1 in round-robin play Sara Miller was 1-3 with one RBI. The Blaze beat Tri Cities Icebreak- Brewster lost to SSK Queens, ers 16-3 in their final round-robin Lynden, 15-10 in their third game of game. the tourney. Isis Ayestas pitched and struck out Isis Ayestas pitched and struck out two batters and gave up two hits and five batters and gave up four walks two walks. ' and two hits. Rebecca Isensee was 2-3 with a Rebecca Isensee was 3-4 with two triple and three runs scored, Macie RBIs, Macie Webster was 2-3 with Webster was 2-2 with two RBIs and one RBI~and one run scored, Isis three runs scored, Isis Ayestas was l- Ayestas was 2-4, Martha Taylor was 3 with two runs scored, Martha Tay- 1-4 with a double, Aracelli Arellano lot was 2-4 with a triple, four RBIs was 2-4 with one run scored, Sara andtworunsscored,AracelliArellano Miller was 1-3 with one RBI and one was 2-3 with one RBI and one run run scored, Kristen Harlow was 1-3 scored. with one RBI and one run scored and Brewster beat the Tri Cities Ice- Reba Guzman was 1-2 with one RBI breakers 15-1 in the semifinals. and two runs scored. Isis Ayestas pitched and struck out and finished second in tournament Brewster Volleyball Camp on July 16-18 The 3'~ Annual Brewster Volley- ball Camp will be held at the Brewster High School gym on July 16-18. Jerry Pruit will be featured at the volleyball camp. He was a Division 1 head coach at Radford University in Virginia and is currently at Lewis & Clark College Third through fifth grades will cost $20 and will be held at 8.'30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m sixth through eighth grades will cost $25 and will run from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. and ninth through twelfth grades will cost $35 and will run from 11:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. For more information call Alisia Foyle, Brewster. -Brewster boys win South Bend Basketball Tourney ~ It-. Brewster Bears boys basketball team went undefeated and won the South Bend Basketball Tournament on June 23-24. The Bears beat Quinault, North Beach, Adna, Winlock and White Pass to win the championship. David Pendergraft, Tyler Evans, Ernie Santos, Ross Brown, Michael Taylor, Hawkins Gebbers and Derin Benson played on the Brewster team. "Everybody did well against some good competition," said Tim Taylor, Brewster boys basketball coach. "We played a lot of younger kids and they got a lot of" experience." Ryan Brown has hot bat for AppleValley Apple Valley Packers, Senio~ American Legion baseball team, los both sides of a doubleheader agains the Southridge Bandits on June 26. Ryan Brown, Brewster, starts a ,-% ~s <, second base for Apple Valley ~ % The Packers lost the first game t, Southridge 5-4. !~.] Brown was 3-4 at the plate in th, . ~ loss. ~:I Apple Valley lost the second gam, i~ 5-4 to Southridge. ~ Brown hit a home run for the Pack ~'~ ers. :~,~ Youth golf ~, % lessons offered ~ " at Lake Woods .- TM Children from throughout the Qua~ '~ City area are invited to learn to pla~ golf, beginning next Tuesday, Jul3 ~ 10 at Lake Woods Golf Course nea] ~'~ % Bridgeport. ~~. Lessons are free. They are pro- ", vided through the AAU program, anc all participants must have an AAU card, said instructor Dennis Hardie. Children can use an AAU card issued for basketball or baseball. Lessons for children six to 10 years of age begin at 9 a.m. and for 11 to 17 year olds at 10 a.m. There will be some golf dl'ubs available, but chil- dren who have age-appropriate clubs should bring them. Invite they hosted. John Cleveland II photo six batters and gave up three hits and Whitney Scheller was 2-4 with one no walks. RBI. Rebecca Isensee was 1-3 with two "In the championship game we RBIs and five runs scored, Macie were up 8-3 and feeling pretty Webster was 3-4 with a double, four good, then we went south men- RBIs and two runs scored, Whitney tally in the third inning and gave Scheller was 3-4 with one RBI, Sara up six runs," said Webster "We Miller had one hit, Isis Ayestas had just made some mental mistakes one hit and Aracelli Arellano had one that cost us and it just took the hit. wind out of our sails " The Blaze lost to SSK Queens 14- "The tournament was a great suc- 12 in the championship game to place . cess. We had a lot of compliments not second only about the tournament but the Isis Ayestas pitched for Brewster. community of Brewster. This was a Macie Webster was 4-4 with two first for us hosting a tournament and RBIs and three runs scored, Martha all the teams want to come back next Taylor was 2-4 with a double, two year. It was two full days of good RBIs and two runs scored andsoftball." t~ ,C' % N z:i, I ,4