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places twenty- fourth at National Tournament Trevor Henton. Bridgeport. traveled to Des Moines, Iowa to com- pete in the AAU 14 and Under National Golf Tournament held July 7- 0 at the Willow Creek Golf Club. Henton placed twenty-fourth overall in the 14 and under division after he shot a 92 in the first round followed by a 94 in the second round and a 98 in the third round. Trevor was the only competitor from the west coast with golfers competing from mid west, Washington D.C. and Florida. Daniel Gebbers excels Spokane Heat, 18 and under baseball team, gained four wins in the University of Washington Classic beginning last Saturday. Daniel Gebbers. Brewster High School graduate, plays for the Spokane baseball team. The Heat beat Puyallup 11-3 last Saturday. Gebbers had a double in the win. Spokane beat Auburn 10-2 last Saturday. Daniel added one hit for the Heat. The Heat beat Tacoma All-Stars 9-0 in their f'wst game on Sunday and beat the Bellevue Sea Dogs 5-4 in their second game. Gebbers had a double in the victory over Tacoma. Spokane beat the Vancouver Cardinals 9-3 last Monday. Brown strokes RBI single Apple Valley Packers, Senior American Legion baseball team, competed in the Central Washington Senior American Legion District Tournament at Wenatchee Sunday through Tuesday. Ryan Brown, Brewster, plays for Apple Valley. The Packers lost to Twin City 4-1 in their fwst game of the double- elimination tournament. Brown had an RBI single for the Packers. Apple Valley played the Yakima Beetles Monday and if they won the Packers played the loser of the semifinal game between Tri City and Kennewick. Hunters class offered The first session of a six-day Hunter's Safety class will be Monday, August 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Mansfield School. Jerry Johnson, Bridgeport, will be the instructor. Classes will be held each evening and Saturday, with times to be announced. It is free of charge. The class is open to children from throughout the Quad City area. People who want more information can contact Johnson in Bridgeport. Bridgeport volleyball meeting scheduled for August 9 An informational volleyball meet- ing will beheld at Bridgeport High School at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 9 for all parents of players wishing to play volleyball at Bridge- port this year. All interested players can start get- ting their physicals, and pick up forms at the Bridgeport High School office --- forms and information will be made available at the meeting. The volleyball meeting will pro- vide all parents with information about the upcoming season and forms will be handed out. All parents of interested players are encouraged to attend the meeting or contact head coach Calvin Stark at the Bridgeport High School District Office. Pariseau nets nine points in Stars loss Spokane Stars, 15 and under girls basketball team, went 3-3 in the AAU Girls 15-U Nationals at Oklahoma City. Reagan Pariseau, Brewster, plays for the Stars. Spokane went 2-1 in pool play and 1-2 in double-elimination play. The Stars lost out to the Lubbock Hawks 68-66 on July 24. Spokane had a three-pointer rim out as the buzzer sounded. Pariseau had nine points for the Stars. Amanda Carlson, Pateros, placed sixth in the 1500 meters at the 35" Annual National Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships held July 24-29 at California State University in Sacramento. Carlson qualified in both the 800 meters and 1500 meters in the Jun- ior Olympic Regional Champion. ships at Shoreline Stadium on July 14-15. "We thought it might be too much with preliminaries in both races and flnalsinjust two days," said Howard Carlson, Amanda's dad. Amanda stepped up to the chat. lenge at the national track meet and put together her two fastest times in the 1500 meters. She ran the 1500 in four minutes 53.12 second in the preliminaries and 4:45.02 in the finals to place sixth. Her final time converts to a 5:03 in the 1600 meters, which would have been a Washington record at the State B/IA[2A Track Meet. "I think she surprised herself," said Howard Carlson. "That time is well below what Division I colleges want. I was just thankful she got through regionals, then I was happy she got into the finals and finished in the top eight was a huge gift." "'Amanda has never run races that high intensity with just a day be- tween races." The top four finishers in the two preliminary heats advanced to the finals and the top four times also qualified. Carlson was ranked tenth after the preliminaries because of her time. "It really showed what she can do in big meets," said Dawn Carlson, Amanda's mona. "A lot of the kids there were just concentrating on track. Amanda had just come off playing basketball tournament on three straight weekends, and had to fit in the track." Ouad City. HArold Auo 2:2001 'PapA'7 @ QCH file photo/John Cleveland II Amanda Carlson, shown here competeing at the State B Track Meet this year ran a 4.45.02 in the Nationals, which would have been record at the State meet. /Xews of Record Marus Stennee (far right) stands with his teammetes at the Hawaiian Classic Basketball Tournament. Marcus Stennes of Pateros recently returned from the 200t Hawaiian Classic Basketball Tournament on the island of Oahu, Hawaii at the B righam Young University Hawaii- 5 pus .: " 180' future'S' lttettdeff, from all over the nation. Stennes" team had kids from Texas, Massa- chusetts, Wisconsin, California and Washington. The first few days were spent sightseeing, snorkeling, surfing and cliff jumping. They also visited the Pearl Harbor memorial. The tournament started on the fourth day with three regulation games a day for three days. two games following that, and then the champi- onship game, "Competition was amazing" reported Stennes. Histeam set two tourney records by scoring over 100 peints in two separate games. They won their "pool championship" then went on to win the tournament championship. The last day was spent at the waterslides and Waikiki Beach be- fore returning home. On the last night they visited the Polynesian Cultural Center for a luau. Brewster attend three-day camp Jaymie Smith, Trisha Magana, Kim S henyer, Leanne Troop, Sarah Cheats, Shannon Howell and Advisor Karen Enger recently returned from a three-day cheerleading camp at Gonzaga University in Spokane. The group stayed at the Criemont dorms with 16 other squads, fora total of 176 girls. They learned new cheers, new sideline cheers, X-treme routines, dances, stunts and the Cha Cha slide dance. Awards won by their group were the spirit stick everyday, red excellent ribbon for cheering, white outstanding ribbon for the X-treme routine. The last day. they won seven blue, superior ribbons for dance, cheer, stunts, sidelines and they also won a superior trophy, for their spirit at camp. Pateros Nannies compete in basketball tournament at WWU Pateros Nannies finished 1-2 in the basketball tournament held at Western Washington University last weekend. The Nannies lost to Burlington 64-60 to begin the tournament, beat Riverside 42-25 and lost to Molalla 44-42 in overtime. Miryia Libbey, Hanna Hull. Jamie Evans, Jill Burnett, Angela Spurgeon, Faith Brown and Amy Jones (Darrington) competed for the Pateros basketball team. Kendra f'mish fastpitch Wm. E. Vallance photo V llanoa att mpt bunt in the Selnh Ciss i . season in Con'd from page 6 the tournament but they were not able to hit the ball in their second meeting. Brewster had no hits and eight strikeouts. "I think the girls came into the championship game a little over Confident," said Webster. "We did not play with any enthusiasm -- no spark whatsoever. We beat this team Saturday and I think we just took i them to lightly. They had a pretty quick pitcher that kept us off balance the entire game." "We had some tears shed after this game. It was our final game of the summer and they were real disappointed. Overall it was a great tournament and a great way to end the season." The Brewster Blaze finished their season with a 22-15-I ovm'all record. Brewster's team is made up of Kassidy Brown, Kristian Harlow, Sara Miller, Kendra Vallance, Martba Taylor, Reba Guzman, Araceili Arellano, Isis Ayestas, Marie Webster, Ashley Tupling, Rebecca Isensee and Whitney Scheller. They are coached by MikeWebster. "Isis pitched well for us as she has all summe ," said Webster. "We got some great defensive play from Reba Guzman, Martha Taylor and Manic Webster. Kendm Vallance and Ashley Tupling came alive at the plate -- hitting the ball real well." "These girls have come a long way this year. It has been a joy to see the way they have improved. They have really worked hard and it shows in the way they play." Distrkt Court bicycle was taken from a shed and alawn Lloyd E. Lamar, age 20, of Pateros, mowerwastakenfromayardatHillcrest pleaded guilty to Third Degree Driving Orchard, near Brewster, within the pre- While License 5Ugl~n~l;~He" ~ ~ setS:" ' ~vi~ug ~wo weeks. tenced to 90 days wi~9Osuspended and " 10:17 p.m Brewster PD, Alarm: an i~ i ioi~l'~S~: ~-~ ~ ' ai~: sounded in a business on S: Sev- Ajuvenile, agelT.ofBrewster, pleaded enth St Brewster. It was due to a bat guilty m First Degree No Valid Operamrfs being loose in the building. License. He was sentenced to 90 days 10:28 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a with 90 suspended and fined a total of complaint of several juveniles talking $535. loudly in the Brewster Gardens parking Sofonias Ibarra-Valdovinos, age 32, lot. of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Third De- Tuesday, July 24 gree Theft and Violation of a Protection 11:38 a.m Sherifffs Office, Burglary: Order. She was sentenced to 180 days a motor home on Chinook Way, near and 180 days with 156 and 155 sus- Brewster, was entered and various items pended, such as a battery, extension cord, and Orbel A. Cervantes-Valdovinos, age tools were stolen. Suspect information 23, of Bridgepo~ pleaded not guilty and was taken. was found guilty of Third Degree Driv- Wednesday, July 25 ing while License Suspended. He was sentenced to 90 days with 90 suspended 5:47 p.m Brewster PD, NVOL: and fined a total of $460. Ramiro H. Ibarran, age 24, was cited on Main St Brewster, for No Valid Tyler B. Marcellay, age 20, of Operatorfs License. Brewster, pleaded not guilty and was. found guilty of Minor in Possession of Thursday, July 26 Alcohol. Marcellay was sentenced to 4:45 p.m Sherifffs Office, Recovered 180 days with 175 suspended and fined a Property: a stolen vehicle was hnpounded total of $650. frrm a parking lot on Hwy. 97, in Jose L. Valle Molina, age 19, of Brewster. The vehicle had been stblen Brewster, pleaded guilty to Minor in from Toronto, Ontario. Prints were taken Possession of Alcohol. He was sen- from ~nside the vehicle. tenced to 180 days with 170 suspended. 8:28 p.m Brewster PD, NVOL: FawnellM.Evans, agelS, of Brewster, Ramon H. Martinez, age 22, was taken pleaded guilty to Minor in Possession of into custody from Seventh and Hansen Alcohol. Evanswassentencedto3Odays St Brewster, for Criminal No Valid with 29 suspended and fined a total of Operatorfs License and Obstructing. $285. Superior Court The court found probable cause to charge David George Crook with Second Degree Assault DV and Unlawful Im- prisonment DV, but later the prosecuting attorneyfs office declined to prosecute the case because the proper venue is in Chelan County. Arnulfo Cortez-Arzola, age 23, of Brewster, pleaded guilty to Luring. He was sentenced to 45 days and fmed a total of $880.50. Miguel M. Bracamontes, age 25, pleaded guilty to First Degree Posses- sion of Stolen Property. DUI, and NVOL. He was sentenced to 46 days and fined a total of $1,565.50 plus restitutiom 911 Blotter Monday, July 23 3:33 a.m Fire: crews responded to a structure fire on Valley Rd Brewster. One subject, Julio Garcia, age 75, re- ceived burns to his face an arms and htcerations to his hands from breaking out a window to escape the residence. The eanse of the fire is unknown at this time. 7;08 a.m Brewster PD, Dogs: a report of a pack of five dogs, one with blood on its muzzle, on Bridge St Brewster. 12:50 p.m Brewster PD, Accident: a two vehicle, non-inj ury accident in a park- ing lot on Hwy. 97, in Brewster. 7:45 p.m Sherifffs Office, Theft: a Friday, July 27 9:01 a.m Sherifffs Office, Illegal Burning: areport of garbage being burned in a burn barrel on Valley ltd near Brewster. The people at the residence were advised of the county burn ban. 6:44 p.m Brewster PD, Warrant: Fernando A. Tinoco, age 26, was taken into custody from the Brewster area on a warrant with the charge of Failure to Comply with the original charge of DUI. Saturday, July 28 12:14 p.m Brewster PD, Dog: a re- port of a stray dog in a yard on S. Third St Brewster. 2:58 p.m Pateros, Noise: a complaint of loud music at a residence on Pederson Rd Pateros. 8:32 p.m Brewster PD, Dog: a com- plaint of a dog barking on Ester St Brewster. 9:54 p.m Brewster PD, Noise: a com- plaint of loud music from the Brewster Community Center. 10:30 p.m Sherifffs Office, Shots Fired: a report of shots being fired at Gebbers Camp Number Two. Two juve- niles, ages 17 and 16, were taken into custody for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Less than 40 Grams of Mari- juana. The police found no evidence of an assault or shots being fired. Sunday, July 29 7:54 p.m Sheriffis Office, Cows: a report of five cows in the mad on Old 97, near Brewster. Tbepofice were unable to locate the cows. -- - ~:- 1 .~rI -- -- ~ ---- ~ -- "-- ~ 1 :I