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PagA 6 Aug g 2001 Ouad City Herald sports briefs John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (5O9) 689-2507 Tee Time By Ruth Collins Good weather, lots of fun and laughter and a delight- ful luncheon was enjoyed by 48 ladies for our Mem- ber/Guest day on July 26 Play for the day was Two Person Bestball. Fifth place team: Gail Bender & Barb Snyder-63 net. Fourth place team: Brewster boys place fifth and girls third in team standings m j Brewster Sting Rays swim team competed in the Swim Team Championships hosted by Methow Valley on August 4. Methow Valley boys and girls placed first with 565 points, Omak was second at 487. Okanogan was third at 279. Brewster came in fourth at 223 : and Tonasket ended up fifth at 126. " Kari Knowlton was the high-point winner in the 9-10 year-old girls division. She won the 50-yard backstroke, 100-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle, 50-yard butterfly and 100-yard freestyle. Jessica Hammons was second in the six and under girls 25-yard backstroke in 36.50 seconds. Kallie Brown won the 7-8 girls 25-yard back- stroke in 28.50, Holly Hammons was second in 31.30, Krysta Knowlton was fifth in 33.36 and Mackenzie Kraemer was sixth in 34.68. Karl Knowlton won the 9-10 girls 50-yard back- stroke in 46.61, Kelsey Verbeck was fourth in 54.68, Lena Negrete was twelfth in 1:04.22 and Andrea Glandon was eighteenth in h 13.81. Carlos Negrete was second in the 9-10 boys 50- yard backstroke in 56.46. Kassidy Brown was fifth in the 11-12 girls 50- yard backstroke in 50.28 and Serena Schulke was sixth in 50.72. Holly Hammons was third in the 7-8 girls 100- ~:: yard individual medley in 2:20.92, Kallie Brown ' was fourth in 2:22.56 and Krysta Knowlton was fifth in 2:33.1 I. Kari Knowlton won the 9-10 girls 100-yard individual medley in 1:39.63, Kelsey Verbeck was seventh in 2:04.58 and Lena Negrete .was eleventh in 2:23.12. Carlos Negrete was second in the 9-10 boys 100-yard individual medley in 2:08.89. Serene Schulke was third in the 11-12 girls 100- yard individual medley in 1:40.45 and Kassidy Brown was seventh in 1:51.42. Wm. E. Vallance photo Jessica Hammons was third in the six and under Swimmers ready themulvee for the start of the backstroke competition, girls 25-yard freestyle in 48.19. Holly Hammons was third in the 7-8 girls 25- yard freestyle in 23.58, Kallie Brown was fourth in 24.91, Mackenzie Holly Hammons was third in 57.94, Mackenzie Kracmer was fifth in Kraemer was fifth in 27.65 and Krysta Knowlton was sixth in 27.72. 58.75 and Krysta Knowlton was seventh in 1:05.80. Kari Knowlton won the 9-10 girls 50-yard freestyle in 39.18, Kelsey Kari Knowlton won the 9-10 girls 100-yard freestyle in 1:33.17, Lena Verbeck was fifth in 47.58, Lena Negrete was ninth in 53.65, Andrea Negrete was eighth in 2:04.83. Kelsey Verbeck was ninth in 2:04.85, Glandon was eighteenth in 1:01.46 and Kiona Niehaus was twentieth in Andrea Glandon was twentieth in 2:25.74 and Kiona Niehaus was 1:25.65. twenty-first in 3:22.32. CarlosNegretewassecondinthe9-10boys50-yardfreestylein45.46. Carlos Negrete was second in the 9-10 boys 100-yard freestyle in Serena Schulke was third in the 11-12 girls 50-yard freestyle in 40.68 1:47.61. and Kassidy Brown was eighth in 43.00. Serene Schulke was fourth in the 11-12 girls 100-yard freestyle in Brewster football team meeting scheduled Brewster Bears football team will hold a mandatory team meeting on Friday, August 17 beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the high school commons. Physicals need to be completed before first practice August 20 and the proper forms need to be signed and turned in. For more information contact head coach Greg McMillan, Pateros, Cody Gunn gets double for Johnson City Cardinals Cody Gunn. Brewster High School graduate, collected his eleventh hit for the Johnson City Cardinals, which is a single-A Rookie League affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. Gunn is currently hitting .224 in 49 at bats and has four runs scored, 11 hits, four doubles, four RBIs, three walks and 18 strikeouts. Johnson City is 19-21 in the Appalachian League and is in fifth place behind the 23-11' Elizabethton team. Pateros High School fall sports meeting August 16 Pateros will have their parent/student meeting for vol- leyball and football on Thursday, August 16 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the high school gym. All athletes must have their physicals and paperwork turned in before the first practice on Monday, August 20. For more information contact Mike Hull, Pateros Ath- letic Director. Free sports physicals available in Brewster Three Rivers Community Alliance and local clinics : will offer free sports physicals to youth in the quad city:-,: area. Family Health Centers, Main Street Health Associa- : tion, Eagle Rock Clinic and Community Health Center," are offering the free physicals. . Call the clinics for more information. Jerrod Riggan remains with New York Mets Pearl Nardone & CorkyBrewster A won the 7-8 girls 100-yard freestyle relay in 1:41.53. The 1:35.95 and Kassidy Brown was fifth in 1:36.48. Sessions-61 net. Third relay team was made Up. of .K lie Brown, Jessica Hammons, Krysta Jessi m0mw third in the.six and girls 25:-y b - od, Rigg . g ster High School graduate, was place team: Sharon Patrick Knowlton and MaCkenzie,S, :+' . "-' :?. '+ str(Ske" I. 68: : ts onJuIy 21 and+ will+.+ & Wilmoth-61' net.Brewster A was, hi,i ' 0"girlsq 0-yd freestylc+f lay fir+'. : Kal as+i tc0rid in-th . - -8 gt l 25-yil+d' Ifl R)IL lh,Major League team until the 29.70, Hol Hammons was seventh m 36.67. KrySm K ton ,was l,+end 61 (he ' -. Second place team: Sandra h26.80. The relay team was made,q1 of Andrea Glandon. Kari Knowlton, ' " ' S tephens & Karen Lena Negrete and Kelsey Verbeck. eighth in 3 :93 and Mackenzie Kraemer was tenth in 42.78. Turk Wendell was traded from New York and Riggan Grisham-61 net. The win- Jessica Hammons was third in the six and under girls 25-yard butterfly Kelsey rbeek was second in the 9- I0 girls 50-yard breaststroke in has taken his spot in the pitching rotation. ners in First Place is team: in hi 1.89. ",52.20, Knowlton was seventh in 54.81 and Lena Negrete was RigganlastpitchedonAugust2andgotthelossagainst Lois Branscom & Carol Kallie Brown won the 7-8 girls 25-yard butterfly in 29.32, Holly twelfth in l il 3.09. Houston. He pitched two-thirds of an inning and gave up Smith with a really nice 58 Hammons was second in 30.75 and Krysta Knowlton was fifth in 34.78. Carlos Negrete was second in the 9-10 boys 50-yard breaststroke in two hits, one earned run and one walk. net. Kari Knowlton won the 9-10 girls 50-yard butterfly in 49.38, Kelsey 1:03.28. Closest to the Pin on #7 Verbeck was seventh in 1:02.52, LenaNegrete was tenth in 1:13.90 and Sererm S hulke was fifth in the 11 - 12 girls 50-yard breaststroke in was Wanda Gedbey mak- Andrea Glandon was fifteenth in 1:26.19. 51.62 and Kassidy Brown was sixth in 53.75. ing a nice Par. Carlos Negrete was second in the 9-10 boys 50-yard butterfly in Brewstet :A was second in the 7-8 girls 100-yard medley relay in struck out 25 batters. :' - It seems like we have had 1:09.14. 2:46.48. Therelay team was made up of Kalfie Brown, Holly Hammons, a very short golfing season Serena Schulke was third in the 11-12 girls 50-yard butterfly in 46.62 Krysta Knowlton and Mackenzie Kraemer. % this year as here it is Au- and Kassidy Brown was fourth in 54.54. Brewster B was second inthe 9-10 girls 100-yard medley relay in Daniel Gebbers singles gust and our Club Champi- Kallie Brown was second in the 7-8 girls 50-yard freestyle in 56.36, 1:43,39. onship starts on Thursday. in Spokane Heat victory meeting following our round of golf. Patty Myers 97 summer series results Spokane Heat, Amateur baseball team, beat the Seattle is the chairperson for our Sea Dogs 8-1 in the United States Amateur Baseball Septemberlnvitational.We Team roping results from the July 27 went to Aaron Carden and Cass Gebbers Blondin with 27.00 on 3 steers. 2 place for Federation World Series in San Diego last Monday. alineedtoattendthismeet- summer series roping at Old 97 Arena in with 19.97 on 2 steers. And third place $64 went to JR Leslie and Cass Gebbers DanielGebbers, Brewster High School graduate, plays ing to informed and help Brewster. for $56 went to Lloyd Niddery and Doug with 29.04 on 3 steers. And third place for for the Heal Patty in any way we can. First draw pot winners are: 1" place for Ralston with 22.52 on 2 steers. Spokane finished 2-2 in pool play and advance to the Tee time is 8:00 a.m. - $140 went to Bob Barnes and Milt Leslie Second draw pot winners are: 1" place $43 went to Cesar Bobadilla and Drew double-elimination portion of the tournament. be early, be ready to golf. with 36.60 on 3 steers. 2 place for $84 for $106 went to Sonny Douglas and Ron Desjardins with 32.22 on 3 steers. Gebbers had a single for Spokane to pace the team. Jerrod is currently 0-2 witha 4.18 earned run average. He has pitched 26 innings this season and gave up 30 14 runs. 13 earned runs, three home runs. 14 walks and Triangle Texaco A couple of onlookore check out a Win. E Vallance photo few of the many boats that have cruised the wetore of the Columbia River, east of Brewstor fishing for salmon. sponsors Salmon Derby "I counted 62 boats on the water on the opening weekend," said Bob lately, Triangle Texaco owner and organizer of the salmon derby, "This salmon season is pretty neat for Brewster with all the people it has been bringing into the community. I thought this salmon derby would help give back to the fishermen." Triangle Texaco is sponsoring the Triangle Texaco Salmon Derby in Brewster. It began on opening day for salmon fishing July 15 and will end October 15 -- all weigh-ins take place at Triangle Texaco and there is no entry fee. There will be a biggest fish prizehanded out every week until the end of the season and the biggest overall fish will also receive prizes. The ' fishing week ends at 7:00 p.m. every Sunday and the next week starts immediately. Linda Burke, Monitor, took home the first biggest fish prize with a 29 pound Summer Chinook. She received ice donated by Dennis Wick, owner of Columbia Ice, one case of Pepsi and $50. The overall winner of the biggest fish will also receive Columbia Ice, Pepsi and $100. "This is the largest Summer Chinook season we have had in many i years," said Joe Foster, Regional Fish Program Manager. "This is a consequence of excellent ocean survival and fairly good water years, which allowed the young fish to pass over dams rather than through the turbines." ,'The numbers for all salmon species areup this year: Most salmon are between 10-15 pounds but can get up to 40 pounds in the area --- the average is about 20-25 pounds." ',We are getting a lot of business from the salmon season," said Fately. "It is a good deal for us and a good deal for tbe fishermen. They seem to appreciate it and there are an unbelievable amount of boats out there." ,-If!il[l