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QCH sports Dusty's of Omal,, wins Moses Memorial Tournament All proceeds from the Todd Moses. Memorial Tournament will go to the girls youth softball Weekend warriors from around north central Washington embarked on the ball fields of Brewster last weekend in the inaugural Todd Moses Memorial Softball Tournament. Ten co-ed teams, divided into two divisions, battled it out Fri- day and Saturday, August 14 and 15 in round robin play. Apple Valley Tours, out of Chelan, won the red division with a 3 and 1 record. DoubleALogging from Oroville also was 3 and I but their one loss was to Apple Valley Tours giving them the second spot. Worshams and InterWest Scrappers both won two and lost two, Worshams took third by defeating InterWest, who finished fourth. The Quad City Sliders were fifth with a 0 and 4 record. In the blue division, Dusty's from Omak took first with a per- fect 4 and 0 record. Moses fin- ished second at 3 and 1, Young Guns from Brewster took third with a 2 and 2 mark. Weekenders (1 and 3) and Trail's End (0 and 4) rounded out the bluedivision. The top three spots went on to the play-offs on Sunday, August 16. The first round of the play. offs saw Worsham defeat Moses in game 1 and Double A Logging defeat Young Guns in game 2. The winners went on to meet the number 1 team in each division. Game 3 of the play-offs saw Apple Valley Tours beat Worshams. while Dusty's defeated Double A Logging in "Huge success and hope it will become an annual event" - John Cleveland H, tournament co-director the other semi- final contest. Double A pounded a tired Worshams team 19 to 2 for the third place trophy. The champion- ship contest pit- ted Dusty's against Apple Valley. Dusty's kept their perfect record for the weekend in- tact with a low scoring 6-2 win. Dusty's received the champion- ship trophy and champion t-shirts. Brenda Taylor of Duety'a co-ed softball team accepts the champion trophy from Justin Moses, son of the late Todd Moses. Todd's daughter (third from right) Britini and wife Temmy (right). Soccer practice oq ,gins Monday in Brewster The Bmwster High School girls soc- cer team will begin their 1998 season this Monday, August 24 under the di- rections of head coach Dean B usching and assistant coach Haley Ochse. On Monday the Lady Bears will begin practicing twice a dr. for the upcoming season. The first practice begins at 9:00 a.m and will end at 10:30 a.m., the second will run from 11:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m. All the athletes need to get their physicals and necessary paper work turned into the High School of- fice before they can participate in practice. Coach Busching also wanted to remind girls they need to have cleats and chin guards. The Lady Bears' first contest of the year is scheduled for Sat- urday, September 5. If anyone has any questions or concerns they can contact coach Busching at Brewster High School ext. 504. The Inaugural Todd Moses Memorial Co-ed Softball Tournament saw intense action and raised money for Brewater girls youth softball. Apple Valley Tours took home the second place trophy. A home run derby was also held on Saturday and Sunday. Twenty guys signed up and nine girls. In the first round Ed from Apple Valley Tours hit seven balls out of ten over the fence to lead the pack. John Cleveland II, playing with Moses went yard six times. Kerry Tonasket and Troy Gilcrest each tagged five over the fence, while Steve Marchand, J. D. Smith and Barren Sachse each tallied four. Each contestant in the home run derby was allowed ten swings and could pick his/her own pitcher. In the girls first round.Genea Rynn went yard four times, followed by Brandy (2) and Rosie and Marg with 1 each. The derby concluded on Sunday'; with the finals when each contestant was given five swings. John Cleve- land II won with a perfect 5 for 5 over the wall.Genea Flynn won the women's division after no one went yard and the contest reverted back to the first round. The tournament was set up to honor the memory of long time friend and family man Todd Moses who was recently killed in a car accident. All the proceeds from the tournament will go to the little league girls soft- ball program in Todd's name. An unofficial amount of over 800 dol- lars was raised during the weekend through entry fees, concessions, home run derby and t-shirt sales. Tournament directors John Cleve- land II and Bill Vallance said the weekend was a "huge success and hope it will become an annual event." Win. E. Vallance photo The girls played every bit as hard as the guys as evident in this photo where Jenny Swezey reaches high to catch a throw to second. Cross country runners to begin practice The Brewster High School Cross- Country Track season will get under way Monday, August 24 according to head coach Ryan Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald said athletes should meet in front of the high school Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. Practices will be held that entire week beginning at 9:30 a.m. each day. School begins the following week on Tuesday, September !. Fitzgerald wanted to remind all the athletes they need to get their physicals and necessary paper work turned into the high school office before they can participate in practice. 8-12-98 Special Event: Throw Out Even Holes Division I: Addie Alexander. Division II: Carol Smith. Least Putts: Division h Chris Benson. Division II: Merge McGaha. Closest to: Pat Livingston, #8 and #17. Chip-lns: Betty Henton, #2. Birdies: Chris Benson, #11. Tee Time ., by Ruth Collins Cindi Smith and Linda LeFebvre enjoyed the day at Kahler Glen's Forest Frolic on August llth. Cindi won Low Gross in the First Division and Linda won Low Net in the First Divison. Always good to go to another golf course and play well. Play for August 13 was Best Nine Holes-Half Handicap and the sec- ond round of the Club Champion- ship. There were some really low scores posted this week. First divi- sion, first place, Yvonne Weekes-26 net. Second place (tie) Jo Higgins, Nancy Sloan and Barb Dubee-28 1/ 2 net. Second division, first place, Shirley Stanifer-22 net. Second place, Betty Mallet-24 net. Third division, first place, Jacklyn Starr.27 net. Second place, KayAvery- 27 1/2 net. #1, #10 and #14. Linda LeFebvre Birdied Hole #12. Chip-ins were made by Nancy Sloan, #13; Linda Mulvaney, #13; Wanda Godbey, #7 and #12; Yvonne Weekes, #8 and Ruth Collins, #8. Play for August 20 will be Pick a Partner-Best Ball and the third round of the Club Championship. 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