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Fillies have trouble serving in loss to Liberty Bell Bridgeport Fillies started out the ing with five aces, Diana Lopez was week with a 15-12, 15-4, 15-8 loss to 14-15 serving with two aces, Amber Liberty Bell on September 11.Brazeau dished out nine assists and "'The difference in the game was Brook Sattler put down five kills. our serving was not very solid," said "'We kept a good amount of inten- Calvin Stark, Bridgeport volleyball sity throughout the whole match," coach. "We got down a little and said Stark."Ourjuniorvarsityplayed missed a lot of serves. We also their best first game in years. Their struggled with our serve receive." movement and overall understand- Jaymie Dorchuck was 14-14 serv- ing of what was going on was great." Brewster football Cont' d from page 6 Mac R. Gebbers was 10-16 pass- ing for 154 yards and one touch- down. Ryan Brown had three receptions for 51 yards and one touchdown, Ernie Santos had three catches for 26 yards, Tyler Evans had two catches for 33 yards and Wes Michel had two catches for 28 yards. Mac R. Gebbers had seven carries for 48 yards, Todd Phillips had 16 carries for 65 yards and one touch- down, Ryan Brown had 10 carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns and Kevin Vallance had one carry for nine yards and one touchdown. "Our line did a very good job of protecting' our passer," said McMiltan. "'They also opened up big holes for Ryan and Todd to run through. We took advantage of Chelan's mistakes." Cody Webster, Nate Rubio and Mac R. Gebbers were the leading tacklers for Brewster on defense. Phillips and Brown both had fumble recoveries and Gebbers had one interception. "Mac R. was very solid on both offense and defense," said McMillan. in Lady Bridgett had six a in Brewsi Brewster Lady B Otmd ~i~ Hnrald ~qApt 2(3 ~001 pa~ 7 ears gain straight-set victory over tauswirth ces and six kills !er win mrs jumped out to an early lead and beat Mansfield 15-2, 15-:L 15-13 on September 11. "'We had good pSssing and were consistent on our serves," said Alisia Foylet Brewster vol, " leyball coach. "'We l layed very well. Brewster s PaolaVillagrana had "Wp n]eTvpf] six passes, Kristy Heath was 14- " "" ' 16 serving with six one assist, one hi Isaura Ochoa was three aces and six Foyle was 8-12 s aces, 10 passes, e two kills, Kellie ces, eight passes, t and two kills, ]-8 serving with very well," - Alisia Foyle, passes, Kristin erving with six Brewster coach ight assists and Troop was 8-8 serving with five ~ces, 10 passes, one assist, two hits, three kills and four tips, Chauncy Freels was 1 1-13 serving with four aces, seven passes, eight assists and two tips, Lisa Milton had two passes, Brenda Arevalo had six passes and one dig, Bridget Hauswirth was 9-10 serving with Six aces, two passes, three hits, six kills, one block and one tip and Leanne Troop had two passes. Mansfield's Kathy Buckingham was 8-8 serving with one ace, Bridget Poole was 6-6 serving with one ace, Kimber Peters was 8- 10 serving with one ace and was 3-7 blocking and Robin Hansen was 3-5 on her assists. geport Invitational Volleyball Waterville beat Pateros in championship " toI Wln tournament Pateros, Mansfield and Bridgeport corn- wake-up call, though, and we put it together canoe on with six aces and Miryia and Jill peted in the Bridgeport Invitational Volley- in the second game. Hanna led us with nine gave us big boosts with a couple of key solo ball Tournament last Saturday. kills and Leah Luchte had a good match, blocks," Thorp, Pateros, Entiat, Waterville, Bridge- getting three kills with no errors and going eateros lost to Waterville 15-13, 15-6 in port, Mansfield, Moses Lake Christian, Easton 10-11 serving with nine digs." thephampionship game. and Soap Lake competed in the tournament. Pateros beat Entiat 15-6, 15-6 in single- "We played as well as we could for our The Nannies placed second and Bridgeport elimination play.: sev nth match in five days, but there wasn't placed fourth. "Whenpool play was over, it just happened :h left," said Dowers. "Ashley sparked us L four aces, Jill put a couple of big blocks eena Halason and Hanna,Leah and Renee ler played great digging defense; but our ng fizzled. We're really looking forward laying Waterville again on fresh legs." I'he folks at Bridgeport put on a fine nament. It was good to be in a nine-team at this point in the season. We would The tournament consisted of nine teams in to work out that we'd be playing our pool witl three ihree-team pools, which played two opponentsinthefirsttworoundsofthecham- onl games to 15 to seed them into single-elimina- pionship bracket," said Dowers. "Against Bas tion play. The top nine teams advanced with Entiat, we played even tougher at the net, hitt the eighth and ninth place teams playing off getting six kills from Miryia, five kills from for the final spot. Hanna and four kills from Jill Burnett. Danni PaterosNanniesstartedoutthetournament Blackburn got three aces on 13-13 serving tou! with a 15-10. 15-7 victory over Entiat. and our team defensereally firmed up. After fiei, Mansfield's Kimber Peters passes this ball passes, Leah Luchte had 11 kills, 27-30 serv- ing, 33 digs, 18 passes and two assists and Renee Basler was 26-28 serving with 32 digs and 10 passes. Miryia Libbey was also named to the all- tournament team. Bridgeport Fillies started out the tourna- ment witha 15-1, 15-11 win over Mansfield. Liliana Godinez had seven aces, Jaymie Dorchuck had three aces and Dena Mullin had four aces. The Fillies lost to Waterville 15-9, 15-4 in the second game of pool play. Amber Brazeau had five aces. "'We actually played Waterville tough until Brook Sattler turned her ankle," said Calvin Stark, Bridgeport volleyball coach. "'It was kind of a ripple effect after that." Bridgeport beat Easton 15 -4, 15 -6 in single- John Cleveland II photo Up to her setter off s Brewster serve. aces the whole match. We didn't seem to be able to get into that match." Mansfield Lady Kernels started out the tournament with a 15-1, 15-11 loss to Bridge- port in pool play. Kathy Buckingham was 7-8 serving, had two aces, 3-3 hitting, two kills and 11-11 on her assists and Kimber Peters was 3-9 block- ing. The Lady Kernels lost to Waterville 15-5, 15-3 to finish out pool play. Kathy Buckingham was 7-8 serving with two aces and was 8-9 on her assists and Kimber Peters was 8-17 blocking with three stuff blocks. Mansfield beat Moses Lake Christian 15- 1, 15-10 to advance into the championship bracket. Kimber Peters was 11-15 serving with four "'We'd played Entiat last week and knew three matches in nine days, Entiat was deft- ha~ liked to have played a couple of differ- elimination play. aces, Kathy Buckingham was 7-11 serving we could win with our serve and some ag- nitely tired of playing us." entlteams, but that was as much luck and our Dena Mullin had five aces and five kills, with fouraces and was6-6on herassists, Kari gressive net play," said Gene Dowers, Pateros The Nannies beat Thorp 15-11, 15-5 in owO doing as anything else," AmberBrazeau had three aces and 10asr;ists, Simmons was 3-3 hitting with two kills and ~otal tournament statistics: Miryia Libbey Liliana Godinez had four aces and Stepha, ue Robin Hansen was 4-4 on her assists. volleyballcoach. Miryia Libbey led the charge their second game in the championship hM25 kills, 16 aces, 32 digs, 42 passes, four Hagel had four aces. The Lady Kernels finished out the tourna- with !0 aces (out of 17 total serves) and two bracket. solo blocks and Hanna Hull added five kills. ' "'Weplayedprettywellforourfourthmatch blocks, three solo blocks and two assists, The Fillies finished out the tournament ment with a 15-3, 15-0 loss toWaterville in The Nannies split with Thorp 12-15, 15-3 oftheday, said Dowers."I thinkThorp was Ha0naHul127kills, nineaces.49digsand47 with a 15-5, 15-7 loss to Waterville in the single-elimination play. in their second pool play game. a little more tired than we were an gave us passes, Danni Blackburn 34 assists, 44-46 semifinals to finish in fourth place. "They are starting to play well," said Dolly "We stumbled coming out of the blocks some points on errors. We played really well sewing, seven aces, 12 digs and 12 passes, Stephanie Hagel and Jenny Parsons did a Buckingham, Mansfield volleyball coach. with Thorp,'" said Dowers. "We gave away in the back row, keeping the ball offthe floor, Ashley Armstrong had~28 assists, nine aces, good job filling in for Brook Sattler. "'We are starting to get the idea eventhough toomanypointsonerrorsandmissedabunch and Danni and Ashley Armstrong did a great 22 digs and 10 passes, Jill Burnett had 15 It was late in the afternoon and wewere "Weare very young. They are working really of serves in the first game. It was ~good~ jObofrunningth~offense fromtherc~.blanna kills, seven blocks, six solo blocks and 14~. pret~ Bat,7 saidStNk, ::~# 9n!y, had,s~ven - hard and seem to be having fun." : Innes scoring on a five-yard run, Shane Proctor kicked the extra point, and Garrett Strocsher scored on a 12- yard pass from Brad Oliver, kick failed, to make it 13-0 after the first quarter. Anthony Allen ~coring on a 42- Lamar had three carries for eight ~yard run, run fa~led, and Victor yards. Sanchez scored ~)n a three-yard Anthony Allen had 11 tackles, run Cody Dezellem Vicente Mendez had 11 tackles, "They (L.R.) took Victor Sanchez had 13 tackles it tO US and we didn't a n d J e s u s have any answers," Santos had nine tackles, Malcomn 1~ 11 - lownsena, "'We couldn't scored the two point conversio Lake Roosevelt had Innes scored on a pass fror on a two-yard run, kick failed, Sanchez, tomak Strochser scored on a 48-yard pass it 40-14. from Oliver, Oliver ran in the two- Anthony Alle point conversion, andChris Kennedy was 0-11 passin scored on a 44-yard pass from Oliver, and Victor Sanche kick failed, to make it 33-0 at half- was 1-3 passing fc Bridgeport Coach get pressure on their quarter- time. eight yards, b a c k," s a i d Innes started out the second half Cody Dezellem/had one reception Townsend. "They have a big tall with a 10-yard scoring run, Proctor foreight yards, quarterback and tall receivers -- kicked the extra point, to make it 40- Anthony Allen had 16 carries for they have a real balanced team. Z!ttel an,t Smith wm George Zittel and Dale Smith won the round-robin team roping hosted by Old 97 Arena at the Blondin's Arena last Saturday. Zittel and Smith received the first- place buckle and $578, Denece Ralston and Drew DesJardins placed second and received an engraved knife and $459, Sonny Douglas and Milt Leslie placed third and received a coat and $340. Tom Lee and Gary McClain placed fourth and received a rope bag and $221, Mike Biram and receiveda hat, Jason Fisherand Mike Ramon placed seventh and received a t-shirt. Kevin Carden won the Overall Hard Luck Award donated by Peggy McClain. Bob Barnes, header, and Joe Carden, heeler, received the Overall Hard Luck Award donated by Doug and Denece Ralston. Mike Biram won the $400 tire certificate from BrewsterLes Schwab, Bill Byrd won the $25 gas cer- tificate from Bob's Triangle Texaco. The Wagon Wheel Bar and Grill in Malott donated four steak dinners. Steve Varrelman placed fifth and re- ceived a halter and $102, Bill Byrd and Ron Blondin placed sixth and Bridgeport Mustangs lost to the Lake Roosevelt Raiders 40-14 last Friday night in a non-league match- up. Lake Roosevelt has three players of six-foot three-inches tall, includ- ing the quarterback and wide receiv- ers. "'They are huge and their line domi- nated the line of scrimmage," said Malcolm Townsend. Bridgeport foot- ball coach. "They established the run and that made their passing game a lot easier." "'They are a very experienced team -- you can tell they have played together a long time. They took it to us and we didn't have any answers." The Raiders scored first with Shane 0 after three quarters. 138 yards and on~ touchdown, Vic- We didn't play aggressive de- Bridgeport scored two touch- for Sanchez had J6 carries for 59 fense and didn't make holes on downs in the final quarter with yards and one tou~hdown and Thane offense.' i Armando Gamez scores three rushing td's in Pateros loss Pateros Billygoats battled it out with the Entiat Tigers last Friday afternoon but they came up just short in the 50- 48 double-overtime loss. "'We played our hearts out," said Scott Worsham, Pateros football coach. "In a game like that you feel like you won it because you played so hard. I can't feel bad about losing a game like that." Pateros and Entiat traded scoring drives and the final two minutes provided fans with plenty of excitement. Entiat scored with one minute and 51 seconds left to go up by eight points and the Billygoats answered with a touchdown and two-point conversion to tie the game with 59 seconds left to force overtime. A Kansas City tiebreaker was used to decide the game in overtime. Both teams get a chance to score from the 35- yard line. Entiat won the toss and scored first and made the two- point conversion, Pateros answered with a touchdown and two-point conversion to force another opportunity for both teams in the second overtime. Entiat won the second coin toss and scored the touchdown and two-point con- version and Pateros scored but their two-point conversion came up short. "Armando Gamez scored the final touchdown in regu- lation to bring us within two points and he scored both touchdowns and the one two-point conversion," said Worsham. "'He is tough to bring down. He does a great job of staying low and it takes two or three guys to get him down." Cont'd on page 8 Gamez came through with some tough running / for Pateros in their game against Entiat. John Cleveland II photo II i