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Halterman new Brewster volleyball coach Andrea Haitenman has been hired as the head coach of the Brewster High School volleyball team. Halterman graduated from Bridge- port High School in 1993 and was a four year letterman in volley- ball. She is 23-years-old and cur- rently lives in Brewster. Andrea's high school athletic career at Bridgeport High School included: four-year letterman in volleyball and basketball, two-year letterman in softball, one-year letterman in track. She made it to state in volley- ball, basketball, softball and track. "I have always wanted to coach but I was kind of surprised to get the job," saidAndrea Haherman, Brewster vol- leyball coach. "I just heard about the job through the grapevine, applied for it and got it a couple weeks ago." The first day of practice for the Brewster Lady Bears volleyball team will be August 24 beginning at 8:00 a.m. All girls interested in playing high school volleyball this year need to have physicals before they can turn out and they need volley- ball packets, which can be picked up at the high school office. Couples night at Lake Woods Course The Lake Woods Couples night held last Friday afternoon had Wendell Norwood/Lendra Densen win the low gross and Keith Densen/Linda Field win the low net. The couples night is nine holes and held every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Last week's contest was moved to Friday because of a men's night home contest with Alta Lake Golf Resort. Norwood/Densen shot a 43 to win the low gross and Densen/Field shot a 35 1/2 to win the low net. Tee Time at Lake Chelan by Ruth Collins Play for the day August 6th was Monthly Medal and the fkst round of our Club Championship. Sharon Patrick and I were busy with our match but it was fun watching Fay Farley and Nancy Sloan playing their match. On the 18th hole Fay and Nancy were tied and Fay had said earlier, "I don't just five a match away." Well- -neither one of them reached the green and after playing out the hole they were still tied. So- -out to number one to have a playoff. Fay was the winner. First division, first place, Ruth Collins 69 net. Second place (tie) Jo Higgins and Eloise Denny 73 net. Second division, first place, Sharon Patrick 68 net. Second place, Pat Hansen 71 net. Third division, first place, Chip Hulett 70 net. Second place, Carol LaGrandeur 72 net. Chip-ins were made by Wilma Veroske #12; Jeannie Atkinson #3 and Nancy Sloan #15. Our Birdie girls this week were Eloise Denny # 18; Suzie Clausen #7 and Sharon Patrick # 12. Play for the day August 13th will be Pick Best 9 with Half Handicap,' and the round two of the Club Cham- pionship. Also - Please pickup your Invitational entry forms from Ruth Collins and return them to her as soon as possible. Jo Higgins almost broke the 90 scoring habit and would get to record an 87. But, as the game of golf goes those OB's really wreak havoc on ones scorecard. Gotta keep that little white golf ball in bounds, huh Jo? Sandra Stephens - whoops[ Hit the green on #16 on her second shot with four ladies on the green. She forgot to call "fore" - instead her golf cart be- came a hot-rod to come to the green and apologize. It's fun to reach the green in regulation, right San&a? Play for the day wasTwo Bestballs Foursome. First place team: Jo Higgins, Sharon Patrick, Chip Hulett and Wilma Versoke, 124. Second place: Kay Avery, Sandra Stephens, Susie Clausen and Pat Meyers-125. Third place: Linda LeFebvre, Ruth Collins, Joan Engstrom and Carol LaGrandeur - 131. Fourth place: Wanda Godbey, Nancy Sloan, Yvonne Weekes and Meg Names - 137. Hole #12 was a lucky hole as it gave up a birdie to Jo Higgins and a chip-in to Wanda Godbey. , Play forAugust 6th will be Monthly Medai'ahd the first round'ofoUr Club Championship. PleaSe attend the meeting after golf to keep in- formed on what is happening. Quad City. Hnrald August 13 1998 Volle00":)all Bonanza Jam this parents meeting in Bridgeport weekend in Brewster A parents meeting for the upcom- ing Bridgeport High School volley- ball season will be held on Monday, August 17 at 7:00 p.m. in Bridge- port High School. This meeting is needed to discuss the upcoming Bridgeport Fillies vol- leyball season. Brewster rcc:r,, II turnout August 24 Brewster High School football turn- out begins Monday, August 24 at 8:00 a.m. in the high school commons. Players must have athletic packet and physical completed before they can begin. If you have any questions contact Greg McMillan, head football coach. Hunt lg safety course offerecl Loren and Norma Holthaus, Malott, will be holding a hunting safety course on August 24-28 at the Rocky Butte Church of the Nazarene from 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 I).m. Two game d partment officials will be speaking on gun safety and wildlife conservation. This safety course is for anyone interested but space is limited. To register for the course in advance or for more information contact Loren or Norma Holthaus. The sounds ofbasketballs bouncing and swishing through nets will be heard in the Brewster High School parking lot at the 4th Annual Bonanza Jam 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on August 15-16. Check-in begins at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and games will start at 11:00 a.m. Games will con- tinue at 11:00 a.m. Sunday if enough teams are entered. Teams are still needed and en- tries will be taken up until noon on Friday, August 14. Registration forms can be picked up at Boesel Motors. The entry fee is $60 per team. Each team can consist of three or four players eight years or older, All games must start with three players on each team but can finish with any number of players. Players may only be registered on one team and each member of your team must wear the same- colored top. A registration form must be completely filled out and signed by each team member. A team name must also be given. All minors need to have a parent or guardian sign the release, waiver and sportsmanship pledge. A parent or guardian will also need to accompany all minors at each game. l LADIES - August 5, 1998 Low Net: Division I - Chris Benson. Long Drive: Division I - Marge Patterson. Division II - Mary Lou Paler. Di- vision II - Carol Smith. Chip-In - Marge Patterson#16. MEN'S- Thursday, August 6 Division I: Low Gross - John Vranjes. Low Net- Phil Rose. Division II: Low Gross - Ellis Morton. Low Net -Louie Moineir. KP #17 - Lonnie Fenton. PaaA 7 v QCH file photo Reagan Pariseau puts up a shot during last year's Bonanaza Jam. Men's softball season comes to an end The Okanogan County Men's Softball season has come to an end and the Budweiser Team held off the Stogie Shop to win the Division 1 bracket title. The Stogie Shop lost to Budweiser in the final week to win the title. Scott James, Budweiser team man- ager/coach, stated.that their team had averaged close to eight home runs in tournament play earlier in the year. The Stogie Shop team played in the Washington State Men's DAma- teur Softball Tournament on Au- gust 7-9 in Kennewick. QtJad City Herald 525 W. Main, Brewster 689-2507 ]-800-201-2507 The final standings had Budweiser with a 13-3 record, Stogie Shop 14-5. Dustys Auto 10-9, Triangle Texaco 8-8 and Nichoison/Sabers 6-9 in Division 1. The final standings in Division 2 had the Zappers in first at 10-8, J & J Smoke 10-8, Pete's Towing 3-16 and N.C. Pub 1-8. The all-stars for each team were as follows: Scott James and Scott Stanger, Budweiser, Don Skillingstad and Clint Little, Dusty's, J.D. Smith and John Cleveland,Triangle Texaco, Billy Nicholson an.d John Clark, Nicholson/Sabres, Chris Wood and Steve Cox, Zappers, Jake Hubbard and Duane Glesen, J & J, Don Thompson and Roman Trailer, Pete's Towing, Ken Duke and John Sloan, N.C. Pub. The Stogie Shop all- stars were not named in time for this week's paper. "I would like to thank the spon- sors of the teams for the 1998 season," said Wilson Woolschlager, Okanogan County Men's Softball League organizer. "I would also like to extend a sincere thank you to the City of Omak workers that assisted with work on the leveling of the infields -- Mike Thomas, Doug "Buck" Truitt, Eric Reid and Tim Mears." I SMALL ENGINE REPAIR BEAUTY PALORS UPHOLSTERY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AUTOS RESULTS FAST! 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