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Page 8 .~pt 20. 2001 O=md City. Herald Brewster's David Pendergraft and Pateros" Amanda Carlson both placed second in the Brewster Invitational Cross Country Meet held at the Alta Lake Golf Course on September 11. Chelan boys won the team title with 32 points. Liberty Bell was sec- ond at 35, Brewster placed third at 89, Oroville was fourth at 102 and Manson was fifth at 130. Aaron Black, Chelan, won the three-mile boys race in 17 minutes and three seconds. David Pendergraft led Brewster with a second-place finish in 17:28, Hawkins Gebbers was seventeenth in 18:51, Raul Rios was nineteenth in 19:02, Juvencio Esquivel was twenty- second in 20:31 and France Lucas was twenty-ninth in 22:44. Taebrook Rutter, Chelan, won the three-mile girls race in 21i25. Amanda Carlson placed second for Pateros in 21:34. Michael Taylor won the 1.7-mile junior high boys race in 12:25 and Krinda Carlson won the junior high girls race in 13:27. Kyla Evans was third in the junior high girls race in 16:05. The Brewster boys finished off the week with a seventh-place team fin- ish at the Moses lake Invitational last Saturday morning. Liberty Bell and Cashmere tied for the boys team title with 57 points, Ephrata was second at 63, Omak was third at 130, Quincy was fourth at 150, Moses Lake was fifth at 166, Brewster was sixth at 174, Cascade was seventh at 188, Lake Roosevelt was eighth at 222, Oroville was ninth at 256, Warden was tenth at 295 and Royal was eleventh at 335. Bruce Benson, Ephrata, won the three-mile boys race in 15:53. David Pendergraft led the Brewster boys with an eighth-place finish in 16:43, Francisco Camacho was thirty- third in 17:42, Raul Rios was thirty- sixth in 17:52, HawkinsGebbers was thirty-ninth in 17:55, Juvencio Esquivel was sixty-third in 19:09 and France Lucas was eighty-third in 21:36. Michael Taylor won the 1.5-mile junior high boys race in 9:24. Krinda Carlson won the 1.5-mile junior high girls race in 10:25. Kyla Evans was fifth in the junior high girls race in 10:48, Jamie Divis was sixth in 10:51 and Evynn Driessen was sixteenth in 15:45. football Jeni Boosel gets up to head this ball out of her goal during Brewster's Brewster Lady Bears played very Cascade scored two goals in competitively in the first half but in the second half to gain the vic- the closing minutes seemed to run tory. out of gas in losses to Cascade and Ashleigh Gamble was the goal- Wahluke. keeper for the Lady Bears and had six The Lady Bears only have 11 play- saves. ers currently eligible, with no substi- Brewster had 11 shots on goal and lutes, and teams have been taking four corner kicks. Cascade had 16 advantage of this in the closing min- shots on goal. nine corner kicks and J~hn Cleveland II photo game against Cascade. Wahluke sc on a penalty Becker score, Kaylan Cran game. :)red first at 10:54 kick and Chelise off an assist from at 31:32 to tie the Cont' d from page 7 Pateros started out the game with Marcus Stennes scoring on a four- yard run, pass failed, to make it 6-0 after the first quarter. The Biilygoats started out the second quarter with Matt Neuneker scoring on an eight-yard run, Armando Gamez ran in the two- point conversion, Entiat answered with FardeU scoring on a 21 -yard run, Paz kicked the extra point. Pateros answered with Stennes scor- ing on an 11-yard run, run failed, and Entiat came through with Paz scoring on a 54-yard touchdown pass from Fardell, Paz kicked the extra point, to make it 20-14 Pateros at half time. Entiat came out in the third quarter and Martinez scored on a 24-yard touchdown pass from FardeU, Paz kicked the extra point, to take a 21-20 lead after the third quarter. Entiat' s Fardeli scored on a two- yard run, pass failed, to open up the fourth quarter, Pateros answered with Neuneker scoring on a 14- Chelise Becl er scored to open up yard touchdown pass from Stennes, run failed, Entiat came through the second hallat 51:31 off a corner kickbutWahlukescoredat66:18and with Fardell scoring on a 10-yard 73:10 to win tte game. run, Paz kicked the extra point, utes. two keeper saves, with 1:51 left and Pateros tied the Ashleigh G;tmble was the goal- game 34-34 after Gamez scored Brewster started out the week with Cascade scored at 54:30 and 75:130 keeper and two keeper saves for n 12 v I v a 2-1 loss to Cascade last Thursday to come-from-behind and win the,o a -ardrun, l alvanovcauht afternoon, the Lady Bear ;. the two-point conversion pass from Chelisc Becker started out the game game. Brewsterhal 11 shots on goal and r Stennes with just 59 seconds left. with a g l, offa corner kid ,at five- ThOLe: ears4fi ,t i#, hcd off the 21 oornerkick s. Wahluke had seven, Entiat started oct the firs mt - minutes and 30 seconds nthe first week 3 21oss'tO Mhluke t ' shots on goal hreecornerklcksa~d tim wlthP z : " e " a scoringon affright- period. Saturday afternoon, one keeper sa, e. yard touchdown pass from Fardell, Fardell ran in the two-point con- version, Palates answered with Gamez scoring on a 12-yard run, Gamez ran in the two-point con- 'i version to make it 42-42. Entiat started out the second over- time with Coontz scoring on a 10- yard run, Fardell ran in the two- point conversion, Pateros answered with Gamez scoring on a one-yard run, run failed, making it 50-48 Entiat. "Marcus made a great call to tie the game in regulation," said Worsham. "He said he could hit llya in the endzone for the two- point conversion and he did just Bear Backer that." Marcus Stennes was 11-20 passing for 165 yards, one touchdown and three, interceptions. Aaron Ehlenbach had three recep- tions for 84 yards, Armando Gamez had one catch for eight yards, Ilya Ivanov had three catches for 33 yards, Matt Neuneker had three catches for 32 yards and one touchdown and Corey Haywood had one catch for eight yards. Marcus Stennes had 16 carries for 106 yards and two touchdowns, Armando Gamez had 25 carries for 151 yards and three touch- downs, Ilya lvanov had four car- ries for 32 yards and Matt Neoneker had 15 carries for 47 yards and one touchdown. Aaron Ehlenbach had six tack- les, Anthony Armstrong had seven tackles, Marcus Stennes had 11 tackles, Jeff Zahn had nine tack- clothing items displayed at High School Bear Backer clothing items have been moved from Healthbeat Fitness Center to Brewster High School. If you are interested in ordering Bear Backer clothing or other items contact Trudi Gamble, Bear Backer organizer. The Bear Backers are looking for new members for the 2001-02 school year. Anyone interested in joining can pay a $10 registration fee and that will enable you to receive 15 percent off on all merchandise sold by Bear Backers throughout the year. Also if you join the Bear Backers you name will appear in the 2001-02 winter sports program and you will have a chance to win a Bear Backer clothing item in a monthly drawing. Anyone interested in joining can send their name, address, phone num- ber and the $10 fee to Bear Backers, P.O. Box 282. Brewster, WA.98812. The Bear Backers are also taking orders for 2001 S tale Champion Base- ball shirts. The shirts are $20 and can be ordered at Bear Cove Video be- fore September 30. In the first year the Bear Backers, with help of some clubs at school, les, llya Ivanov had eight tackles, sold concessions at football and bas- Dobson had two tacklesi'[ketbattgames, heldaschoolcarnival, Harley William Keene had two tackl,soldrod otickets, soldBrewsterBe ' - Armando Gamez had eight tack- clothingandsoldprogramsatbasket- les, Matt Neuneker had 10 tackles ball games to raise money. With the and Seth Lopez had four tackles, funds raised the Bear Backers do- Stennes had two interceptions and nated to the school music/band pro- Neunekerhadoneinterception, Dob- gram. athletics and numerous extra son had one fumble recovery, curricular clubs at the school. il' Is CHIROPRACTOR I SERVICE| SCRAPBOOK GIFT SHOP REPAIR I 3( I I Sara#book S,l,re I Gift 1-2729 ,-,,w.v I Open Thu- s. thru Sun. 14o E. Dr Pateroe ~ I ~ I Okeno. 'on, V~ 9115.0I el, v,ot, I Pateros 322 -6844 Polge P~cd k, owner I ~t CLEANING REpm AIR ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES [Bar-Si 1 UP"O ST R ' . 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