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.~pt 2o. ~1 Ouad City. H~mld John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507 Quad City Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday, September 20 Girls Soccer: Chelan at Brewster. 4:00, Vollo'ball: Brewster at Cascade, 6:00; Mansfield at Bridgeport, 6:00. Friday, September 21 Football: Pateros at Sprague- Harrington, 3:00. Saturday, September 22 Volleyball: Bridgeport at Soap Lake, 11:00; Thorp at Pateros, 11:00; Mansfield at Day Star, 11:00; Brewster at Manson, 6:00. Brewster at Liberty Bell, Noon; Bridl~eport at Ephrata JV, 1:00. Bridgeport at Brewster, 1:00. .Ct.o.az Cw.anm Brewster at Wenatchee, 10:00. Monday, September 24 Waterville JV at Mansfield, 4:00. Tuesday, September 25 VolleyboU; Pateros at Mansfield, 6:00; Liberty Bell at Brewster, 6:00; Wilson Creek at Bridge- port, 6:00. Manson at Brewster, 4:00. September 19, 2001 String Handicap Scramble 1't -- Marge Patterson, Betty Davis, Chris Benson 2" - Betty Henton, Sally McDowell. Jenny Kucera, Aloma Anderson 3'd - Clara Sterley, Jan , Koegler, Addie Nlexander, Carol Johnson Mansfield .s gain season-opening victory over Entiat JV Cody Wall scored two touchdowns in Mansfield win Mansfield Kernels eight-man football team came through with a 12-6 victory over the Entiat junior varsity last Monday afternoon. "'It was good to get that first win under our belt," said Ric Bayless, Mansfield football coach. "We showed our inexperience at times but we have taken a step forward from last year." The Kernels are playing a junior varsity sched- ule this year. Cody Wall had eight carries for 85 yards rushing and two touchdowns, Sam Gipson had 13 carries for 72 yards, Mark Jenson had seven carries for 34 yards and J.F. Lester had one carry for 12 yards. Cody Wall was 1-2 for 23 yards passing. Sam Gipson had one reception for 23 yards. "'Mark Jenson has been doing a fine job at fullback for us -- he is just a freshman," said Bayless. "'It is hard to pick out just one person that did well for us defensively, but Caleb Ritz had the big hit of the game." Sam Gipson had five unassisted tackles and one assisted tackle and Cody Wall had five unassisted tackles and two assisted. Lady S lose match to Soap Kimber Peters had four stuff blocks in loss Mansfield Lady Kernels suffered a 15-3, 15- 10, 15-13 loss to Soap Lake on September 13. Kathy Buckingham was 17-18 ,serving with five aces and 7-8 On her assists, Bridgei Poole was 8-9 serving. Kimber Peters was 8-9 serv- ing, 7-12 on blocking with four stuffblocks. 4- 7 hitting with four kills and Robin Hansen was 7-8 on her assists. The Lady Kernels started out the year with a 15-3, 15-1,15-5 loss to Almira-Coulee-Hartline on September 6. MikiaTupling was 7-9 serving, Kari Simmons was 3-3 serving, Robin Hansen was 7-7 on her assists, Kathy Buckingham was 4-4 hitting and 5-5 on her assists and Kimber Peters was 4-4 hitting and 3-6 blocking. Bridge gains 9ort five-sei victory Bridgeport Fillies got off to a quick start and held off the Brewster Lady Bearsto gain the 15-7.15-12.11-15, 11-15, 15-7 victory last Thursday night. The Fillies wqn the first two games before Brewste . used a strong ser- vice game to ie it at two games apiece. BridgepOrt rebounded to gain the five-set vict )ry. "'The key plzy in the game was getting a side cut when Brewster's Chauncy Freels was serving." said Calvin Stark, 13 ridgeport volleyball coach. "We wer :struggling with her serves before g tting that side out." "We didn't ha ve good passes and we weren't consJ stent on our serves," said Alisia Foyl e, Brewster volley- ball coach. "If e can get consistent on our passes ar d serves we will dO well." Bridgeport's J~ 28-30 serving Mullin had l0 11 digs, Brook four acesand 11 dished out 16 Bodah had tw( match point. "Brook pla) Bridgeport," sai definitely the c: the team well." Paola Villagr and seven digs,: 13'16 serving passes, one assist one tip and eighl was 3-6 serving passes, one hit ar Foyle was 17-22 aces, six passes, qmie Dorchuck was ith nine aces, Dena ills, seven aces and artier had five kills, ligs, Amber Brazeau assists and Mindy blocks including ed awesome for d Foyle. "'She was |ptain and directed na had five passes Kristyl Heath was dth four aces, six , three hits, two kills, digs, lsaura Ochoa with one ace, five d three digs, Kristin serving with seven L 1 assists, three hits, three kills, one block and five digs, Kellie Troop was 21-24 serving with eight aces, six p asses, three assists, seven hits, two ki [Is, two blocks, three tips and six digs, =hauncy Freels was 18-20 serving ~ith eight aces, two passes. 13 assists three hits.two kills, five tips and one iig. Lisa Milton had one passandone lig, BrendaArevalo was 3--4 serving ~ ith three passesand five digs, Bridge! Hauswirth was 13- 16 serving with th "ee aces. two passes, three hits, four k lls, six blocks, two tips and two digs and Leanne Troop was 1-2 serving with one pass, one kill and one tip. * ~ ! Dens Mullin ttempte~klll for Bridg,l~rtu, Brmte~!e Ctrauncy:Fm~ attompteito block ~, Bridgeport scores two goals in loss to Cascade JV Bridgeport FillJ with a 6-2 loss tc varsity last Thur: Tetzy Colunga for Bridgeport. Alicia Dial sco the Fillies off an es finished the week Campos and Yanis Gonzales scored coach. "'We are missing our help keeper saves. the Cascade junior the second goal for Bridgeport on a in the middle." Lupe Torres scored the lone goal flay afternoon, penalty kick. The Fillies started out the week for Bridgeport. was the goalkeeper "We don't have our midfielders witha5-1 losstotheCashmereJVon "'We are working on improv- playing yet and that has us basi- September 11. ing our positioning," said Sanon. ied thefirstgoalfor cally playing defensively," said Tetzy Colunga was the goal- "Weneed tolearn theconcept of iassist from Jessica JennerSanon, Bridgeport girlssoccer keeper for the Fillies and had nine the game." Ryan Brown scored three touchdowns in Brewster win Brewster Bears fell behind Chelan early but rallied in the final three quarters to gain the easy 35-7 victory last Friday night. "'Basically we were like night and day compared to our first game against Kettle Falls." said Greg McMillan, Brewster football coach. "We had a very good week of prac- tice and it showed last Friday night. We want to improve from one week" to the next and we accomplished that in a big way." Chelan scored first with Mason Massey scored on a four-yard run, Logan Schultz kicked the extra point, to make it 7-0 after the first quarter. Brewster stormed back with Todd Phillips scoring on a six-yard run, Ernie Santos kicked the extra point, Kevin Vallance scored on a nine- yard reverse, Santos kicked the ex- tra point, and Ryan Brown scored on a 23-yard pass from Mac R. Gebbers, Santos kicked the extra point, to make it 21-7 at halftime. The Bears continued their offen- sive assault with Brown scoring on a 17-yard run, Santos kicked the extra point, in the third and Brown scored on a 25-yard run, Santos kicked the extra point, in the fourth to make it 35-7 Brewster. Cont'd on page 7 Wes Michel hauls in a I~ass 1 : / I for Brewster in John Cleveland II photo their win over Chelan. Pateros Nannies started off the week witha 13-15, 16-14, 15-13, 15-12 victory over Manson in non-league play on Sep- tember 11. "We still look at Manson as a bit of a rival, even though they're a 1A school this year," said Gene Dowers, Pateros volley- ball coach. "We always expect them to be tough, especially defensively. Our girls definitely won the battle at the net, both out-hitting and out-blocking Manson." "We won the serving war too, hitting 93% with 12 aces as a team and only allowing them to score two aces on us. We gave them way too many points on our errors, though, so the match really shouldn't have been as close as it was. We're going to work on cutting down on mis- takes when the other team is serving to keep that from happening again." Hanna Hull had 15 kills, two aces, 14- "This is one gutsy group of competitors," - Gene Dowers, Pateros coach 16 serving, 23 digs, 21 passes and one block, Miryia Libbey had 10 kills, two aces, 12-14 serving, 23 digs, 33 passes and two blocks, Ashley Armstrong had 1 l assists, two kills, three aces, 23-24 serving, five digs and one block, Danni Blackburn had 10 assists, three aces, 12-13 serving, three digs and seven passes, Leah Luchte was 20-20 serving with two aces, four kills, 21 digs, 12 passes and one s01o block, Jill Burnett had three kills, three digs, four passes and two solo blocks and Nalleli Mota was 7-8 serving with three digs and nine passes. "Our crowd really helped, particularly the guys from the football team," said Dowers. "They made more noise than the boys from Manson for the first time in recent memory." The Nannies came through with a straight-set 15-11, 15-5, 15-8 victory over Liberty Bell last Thursday night. "I started getting a little nervous when we fell behind so far in the first game," said Dowers. "'They had about 10 points before we scored one. They were up 11-3 before the girls stopped them and worked all the way through for the win. This is one gutsy group of competitors." "Our hitting was phe- nomenal. We were trying to cut down on our errors, especially when the other team was serving. We went from two dozen er- rors against Manson on Tuesday to a half dozen against Liberty Bell on Thursday. Our focus and Consistency were fabu- lous. Serving was very strong again, with 12 aces on 91% serving, and defense was right up to expectation, especially our blocking, which is progressing very well." Miryia Libbey had 17 kills, three aces, 12-14 serving, 11 digs, 25 passes and one block, Hanna Hull had 13 kills, one ace, 7- 9 serving, 17 digs, 10 passes, two blocks and one assist, Danni Blackburn had 16 assists, 12-13 serving, five digs and two passes, Ashley Armstrong had 10 assists, three aces, 13-14 serving, six digs and two passes, Jill Burnett had five kills, three digs, two passes, two assists and one solo block, Leah Luchte was 13-14 serving with two aces, 10 digs, 10 passes and one block, NaUeli Mota was 17-18 serving with three aces, 14 digs and six passes and Renee Basler was 3-3 serving with one dig and one block.