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QCH sports Quad City Hrald Octobar 8. 19 Page 7 Local Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday Volleyball: Thorp at Pateros, 6:00; Bridgeport at Waterville, 6:00. Friday Football: Okanogan at Brewster, 7:30; Waterville at Bridgeport, 7:30; Pateros at Soap Lake-Wilson Creek, 7:30. Saturday Cross Country: Brewster at Lake Roosevelt, Noon. Girls Soccer: Brewster at Grandview, Noon. Tuesday Volleyball: Lake Roosevelt at Brewster, 6:00; Okanogan at Pateros, 6:00; Moses Lake Christian at Bridge- port, 6:00. Girls Soccer: Royal at Brewster, 4:00. Caribou Trail League Team League Overall PF PA Cashmere 3-0 4-0 132 90 Brewster 3-0 4-0 147 20 Okanogan 2-0 3-1 117 30 Chelan 2-2 2-2 78 63 Liberty Bell I-2 2-2 77 97 Tonasket 1-2 2-2 99 87 Oroville 0-2 1-3 40 112 Lake Rvelt.0-4 0-4 47 163 Central Washington B-11 League Team League OverallPF PA Manson 3-0 3-1 122 54 Waterville 1-0 4-0 133 32 Bridgeport 1-1 1-3 62 75 Pateros 1-1 1-3 40 119 Entiat 1-3 1-3 45 116 SL-WC 0-2 0-3 20 160 CLASS 1A 1. Royal (5) 4-0 91 2. Concrete (1) 4-0 76 3. Raymond (2) 4-0 74 4. White Salmon (1) 4-0 63 5. (tie) Okanogan 3-1 44 5. (tie) Onalaska 4-0 44 7. Brewster 4-0 43 8. Cle Elum 4-0 33 9. Cashmere ,4-0 24 10. llwaco 3-1 18 Others receiving votes: Reardan (4- 0) 15; Kalama (3-1) 6, Toutle Lake (3-I) 6; Mabtou (3-1) 5; Granger (2- 2) 4; La Center (3-1) 4. CLASS B-11 1. DeSales (5) 3-1 76 2. Waterville (2) 4-0 73 3. Napavine (1) 4-0 65 4. Darrington 4-0 51 5. Pomeroy 4-0 45 6. Davenport 3-1 27 7. Mossyrock 3-1 26 8. Manson 3-1 25 9. Odessa 3-1 21 10. Waitsburg 2-2 12 Others receiving votes: Ritzville (2- 2) 8; Liberty (Spangle) (2-2) 6; Re- public (3-1) 3. Lake Woods Golf Club Couples Golf/Best Ball 9-29-98 1 st: Wendell Norwood-Linda Field 25 net. 2nd: Dick Field-Colleen Mounter 31 net. Ladies Club 9-30-98 Div. I - Low Gross: Chris Benson. Low Net: Marge Patterson. Div. II - Low Gross: Linda Field. Low Net: Colleen Mounier. Chip Ins: Carol Smith #8, Pat Livingston #3. Birdies: Chris Benson#1 and#10, Addie Alexander #5. Closest to the Pin: #5 Addie Alexander, #8 Prilla Norwood. Casino's Inc. 2-Man Scramble 10-3-98 Low Gross lst: Joe Riggan-John Vranjes 64. 2nd: Bill Schreiner-Terry Vranjes 65. 3rd: Bill Desautel-Whiteman 68. Low Net lst: Dick Field-Linda Field 51.5. 2nd: Howie Picard-Ron Hauswirth 54. 3rd: Carl Jackson-Dena Jackson 54.5. Long Drive Men: Jay Vanderweide. Women: Ann Koswicz. Senior: Wendell Norwood. Closest to the Pin: Mack Riggan #8 and #17 and Jerrod Riggan #5 and #14. Long Putt: Howie Picard. Fillies beat Nannies in tough five game match Bridgeport outplays undefeated Pateros Nannies for the win The rivalry between the Bridge- port Fillies and the Pateros Nan- nies did not cool down after the two volleyball teams battled it out in a very exciting five-game match last Thursday night, which was fi- nally won by the Fillies 17-19, 17- 15, 14-16, 15-4, 15-12 in the three- hour match. Pateros had been undefeated in league play this year but the Fillies outlasted the "This was Nannies to gain the vic- the most tory. "This was complete the most complete match we match we have played haveplayed all year," said all yeal;" CalvinStark. Bridgeport - Calvin volleyball coach. "We Stark, served tough z"teSU'll';A''rOl* ,, and we ag- gressively at- volleyball tacked the ball." coach B r i d g e- port was down 10-2 in the first game but rallied to take a 14-12 lead, but Pateros came back to win that game 19-17. Both teams had long rallies and three out of the five matches went over 15 points. "Bridgeport never has any trouble getting up for us and we don't have any trouble getting up for them," said Gene Dowers, Pateros volley- ball coach. "It was just a matter of who would run out of steam first, and unfortunately it was us." Holly Crocker led the Fillies with 21 kills, five blocks and 25 digs, Jaymie Dorchuck was 39-42 serv- ing with il aces, Angie Brazeau dished out 41 assists and 13 digs John F. Cleveland II photo Pateros' Kelly Allen goes up for the kill over Bridgeport's Angie Brazeau as both teams battled hard in the five-game match before the Fillies ended up with the win. and Andrea Henton had 10 kills, five aces and 36 digs, Dorchuck scoredq 2 points for the Fillies in the 15-4 fourth-game win. Joey Bighouse had 21 kills, three aces and 55 digs to lead Pateros, Kelly Allen had 15 kills, two solo blocks and seven total blocks, Beth Tuinstra added 13 kills, 24 assists and four blocks, Jenny Crooks had 44 digs and Mary Beth Adamske had 22 as- sists and two blocks. "There were a lot of great plays and fabulous defense on both sides of the net," said Dowers. Billygoat offense 'clicks' to down Entiat 4, Good and Evans rush for over 100 yards each "We finally started clicking it is coming along," said Leto Lanius, Pateros football coach. The Pateros Billygoats football team got its offense rolling in the second half and gained the easy 34-20 victory over Entiat last Sat- urday afternoon. Pat Good and Jerad Evans both had over 100 yards rushing for the Billygoats and had one touchdown each to help earn Pateros its first win of the season. "We saw some really good run blocking out there," said Lanius. "In the second half we finally realized what we could do. I think you could see the improvement in our running game." Ential's John Short scored on a 78-yard touchdown pass from Carlos Paz and Chris Lyons kicked the extra point to go up 7-0. Clint Hull ran the ball in from two yards out to cut the lead to 7-6 at the end of the first quarter. Alex Fardell caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Paz and Lyons kicked the extra point to give the Tigers a 14-6 lead. Jerad Evans scored on an 18-yard run for the Billygoats to cut it to 14- 12 at halftime. Pat Good scored on a 40-yard touchdown pass from Hull and the Billygoats made the two-point conversion, Evans ran back an interception 62 yards for the touch- down and Pateros added another two-point conversion to make it 28-14 after the third. Evans came through with a score for Pateros and Entiat's Cody Siler scored on a 70-yard pass from Fardell to make it 34-20. Clint Hull was 3-11 passing for 53 yards and one touchdown. Pat Good had one reception for 38 yards and one touchdown and Jerad Evans had two receptions for 45 yards. Good had 27 carries for 130 yards, Jerad Evans had 11 carries for 102 yards and two touchdowns, Joe Clevenger had six carries for 23 yards and Clint Hull had one rushing touchdown. Jon Kiedrowski and Mitch Moore both had sacks for the Billygoats. "Our whole defensive unit played extremely well," said Lanius. "If we ever get clicking we should be something to contend with." Hjorth paces Bears running team The Brew'ster cross country team picked up another strong perfor- mance from Dallin Hjorth dur- ing the Liberty Bell Invitational "He just improves more and more each week" - Ryan at the Bear Creek Golf Course last Saturday after- noon. Hjorth finished in third place for the boys varsity team just 30 sec- onds behind the winning runner. "Dallin ran a great race," said Ryan,Fitzgerald, Brewster cross Fitzgerald country coach. "He just im- proves more and more each,week." Joe Hendrickson, Lake Roosevelt, won the boys varsity race in 15 minutes and 44 seconds. Dallin was third in 16:15, Ryan Gunn placed 23rd in 17:27, Luis Arevalo was 30th in 17:45, Emilio Guzman finished 40th in 18:24 and Luis Mota was 43rd in 18:36. Eastmont won the boys team title with 55 points, Liberty Bell 63, Eastside Catholic 99, Cash- mere 109, Lake Roosevelt 119, Brewster 127, Chelan 160. Kristina Owen, Eastmont, won the girls varsity race in 19:18. Eastmont won the team title at 41, Chelan 42, Liberty Bell 72, Manson 98, Mansfield 137, Lake Roosevelt 150. "That was a good test for us as a team to see where we are com- petitively in the league," said Fitzgerald. Ruben Aparicio finished 13th in the junior varsity race in 19:38 and Butch Vela was 28th in 20:51. Felix Barcenas was fifth in the junior high race. This is his third top 10 finish this season. "This is the time of year we have been working towards," said Fitzgerald. "The next two weeks will tell us how hard we worked." Dallin HJorth Slow start hurts Lady Bears in loss to ACH The Brewster Lady Bears volleyball team had trouble getting started and suffered a 15-1, 15-6, 6-15, 15-10 loss to Almira- Coulee-Hartline last Thursday night. Genea Flynn had one ace and six assists, Kelsey Boyd had two aces, five digs and 10 attacks, Nikki Meese had 10 assists, five passes and one dig, Ashleigh Shaw had six passes, 15 attacks and two kills, Brianna Brown had 14 sets and three assists, Debbie Knowlton had 11 passes, one dig, seven sets and one assist, Becky Gipe had four blocks and Liz Miller had four digs. ACH's Stephanie Giese had 12 kills and four blocks, Erica Fuller had 14 assists and two aces, Ruth McLean had four kills, two blocks and three aces. Bridgeport Fillies shut down by Thorp "We were out of sync as a team that night," - Calvin Stark The Bridgeport Fillies volleyball team started out the week with a 15-11, 15-9, 15-6 loss to Thorp on September 29. Bridgeport was up 9-2 in the second game but was not able to score another point in that game. "We were out of sync as a team that night," said Calvin Stark, Bridgeport volleyball coach. "We missed a lot of serves, were out of position on their attacks and didn't attack effectively." Angie Brazeau was 15-15 serving with five aces and 14 assists, Andrea Henton was 12-13 serving with five kills, eight digs and three aces and Aracely Tones put down nine kills. "Thorp is a good team and they served really tough," said Stark. Brewster girls bow to Connell The Brewster girls soccer team lost to Connell 5-1 last Saturday afternoon. Brandy Kennell scored the lone goal on a "I think we direct kick for the Brewster Lady Bears. II e ill Conneli had 18 shots on goal and Brewster's ate tTegmnmg Kenia Rios had 11 keeper saves. Brewster had seven shots on goal. "I think we are beginning to improve," said Dean Busching, Brewster girls soccer coach. "At this point other teams are just better than us." Brewster also lost to Cascade 12-0 to start September 29. tO impro re,'" - Dean Busching off the week on / / i