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QCH spoil s Ouad Ci HArald NovAmbr 5. 1998 paaa 7 Local Varsity Sports Schedule Friday Football: Soap Lake-Wilson Creek at Pateros, 7:30; Brewster at Cash- mere, 7:30. Saturday Cross Country: Brewster at Pasco (state meet), Noon. Girls Soccer: Brewster at Royal (district), TBD. Football: Bridgeport at Curlew, 1:00. Volleyball: Bridgeport, Pateros at Entiat (district), 10:00. IA Caribou Trail League Team League Overall PF PA Okanogan 6-0 7-1 234 91 Brewster 5-1 7-1 241 61 Cashmere5-1 6-2 238 181 Chelan 3-3 3-5 145 136 Liberty Bell 2-4 3-5 116 174 Tonasket 2-4 3-4 141 203 Lake Roosevelt 1-5 2-6 132 238 Oroville 0-6 1-7 109 235 Central Washington B-11 Team League Overall PF PA Manson 4-0 7-1 262 93 Waterville 4-0 7-1 275 101 Bridgeport 3-2 4-4 171 142 Pateros 2-3 3-5 148 228 Entiat 2-4 3-5 105 206 SL-WC 0-6 0-7 84 344 Quad City Football Leaders Bridgeport Quarterback: Todd Perkins 3-12 passing for 64 yards, one touch- down, one interception. Receiving: Jason Wood one re.- ception for 37 yards and one touch- down. Rushing: Justin Walls 12 carries for 69 yards and one touchdown. Defense: JimmySimpson 17 tackles. Pateros Quarterback: Clint Hull 13-19 pass- ' ing for 161 yards and two touch- downs. Receiving: Jerad Evans four re- ceptions for 84 yards and two touch- downs. Rushing: Jerad Evans 11 carries for 74 yards and one touchdown. Defense: Jerad Evans six tackles. Brewster Quarterback: Johnny Gebbers 6- 12 passing for 96 yards and one interception. Receiving: Mark Brown three re- ceptions for 54 yards. Rushing: Brice Boesel 20 carries for 67 yards and one touchdown. Defense: Dylan Gamble, Brice Boesel 10 tackles. Class IA 1. White Salmon (6) 8-0 103 2. Cle Elum (4) 8-0 98 3. Onalaska (1) 8-0 88 4. Okanogan 7-0 74 5. Royal 7-1 55 6. Concrete 7-1 54 7. Raymond 7-1 47 8. Brewster 7-1 41 9. Reardan 7-1 29 10. Cashmere 6-2 6 Others receiving votes: Kalama (6-2) 5, Dayton (6-2) 4. Class B-11 1. DeSales (9) 7-1 107 2. Napavine (2) 8-0 91 3. Darrington 8-0 89 4. Davenport 7-1 74 5. Manson 7-1 62 6. Waterville 7-1 60 7. Republic 7-1 36 8. Mossyrock 7-2 30 9. Waitsburg 5-2 25 10. Liberty 6-2 20 Others receiving votes: Ritzville (6- 2) 10. Mustangs get pleasing upset victory over Chelan 4, Jeff and Jason Wood both come through with an interception "It was a huge win for my program and the community," said Malcolm Townsend, Bridgeport football coach, on his 21-14 victory over Chelan last Friday night. "My kids did not have any problem getting ready for this game," said Townsend. "'It was nice to beat them." The Central "We were in control of the game from the start" Mitchell ran in the two-point conversion, to make it 21-14 Bridge- port. Todd Perkins was 3-12 passing for 64 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Collin Allen was 1-2 passing for 13 yards. Collin Allen caught two passes for 27 yards, Jason Wood had one receptions for 37 yards and one touchdown and Jeff Wood had one catch for 13 yards. Justin Walls had 12 carries for 69 yards and one touchdown, Collin Allen had seven carries for 28 yards and Todd Perkins had eight carries for four yards and one touchdown. Javier Sanchez kicked three ex- tra points for the Mustangs. Jimmy Sim- pson led the Mus- tang defense with 17 tackles, Ja- Washington B- _ Malcolm Townsend so, Wood had 12 11 League has pulled off a tackles,JeffWood number Of upsets this season and had seven tackles, Chris Hurley Bridgeport added another one with its win over the class 1A Chelan team. Earlier in the year Waterville beat Okanogan and Manson beat Cashmere and Chelan -- all B- 11 teams that beat IA Caribou Trail League teams. "'We were in control of the game from the start," said Townsend. Bridgeport scored first with Justin Walls scoring on a 62- yard run, Javier Sanchez kicked the extra point, to make it 7-0 after the first quarter. Jason Wood came through with a 37-yard touchdown reception from Todd Perkins, Sanchez kick, to make it 14-0. Chelan's B.J. Mitchell scored on a two-yard run, kick failed, making it 14-6 at half- time. Bridgeport's Todd Perkins scored on a one-yard run, Sanchez kick, to make it 21-6 after the third. Chelan's Wes Rush scored on a 13-yard pass from Jordan Miller, had six tackles and Collin Allen, Dustin Mathews and Justin Walls all added five tackles. Jason Wood had one intercep- tion, Jeff Wood had one inter- ception and returned it 60 yards for the touchdown but it was called back because of a clip- ping penalty and Collin Allen had one interception and he re- turned it 30 yards. "I am vely proud of the seniors for sticking with it for Gabe Burns, Jeff Wood, Dustin Mathews and Tyler Tyrell all had fumble recoveries. "Jeff and Ja- SO " tong" son played huge for us along with - Malcolm Townsend Collin,Justinand Todd," said Townsend. "Jerad Scheib also was a critical factor in helping us run out the time late in the game -- he picked up some key first downs for us." "I am very proud of the seniors for sticking with it for so long. They had been on the down side for so long, and it is nice for them to be on the up side." John F. Cleveland II photo Brice Boesal cuts to the outside behind his blockers as the Brewater Beers gained the g-0 victory over Liberty Bell. Bears win in penalty ridden game with Liberty Bell Brewster advances to playoffs along with Okanogan and Cashmere "We were our own worst en- emy," saidGreg McMillan. Brewster football coach. "'Offensively we went forward and backward. We had 13 penalties for 110 yards." The Brewster Bears edged out a 9-0 victory over Liberty Bell last Friday night to help set up a game against Cashmere this FiZi- day for second place in the Cari- bou Trail League. The top three teams in the CTL advance to the playoffs and Okanogan, Brewster and Cashmere already have these spots wrapped up. "Liberty Bell had 116 yards total offense and 84 of that they got on the last drive," said McMillan. "They didn't do much against our defense." Brewster was plagued by pen- alties and one scoring drive was stopped with an interception on the two-yard line. "We had three touchdowns called back on penalties and one 70- yard pass play," said McMillan. "You don't get extra points for winning pretty so I would rather win ugly than lose pretty." Both teams were scoreless in the first, third and fourth quarters. Brewster scored first in the second quarter with Abel Escobedo kicking a 22-yard field goal. Brice Boesel punched it in from one yard out and the extra-pointkick was no good to make it 9-0 Brewster. Johnny Gebbers was 6-12 passing for 96 yards and one interception. Mark Brown caught three passes for 54 yards and Dustin Boesel had two recep- tions for 42 yards. Brice Boesel had 20 carries for 67 yards and one touchdown, Shawn lsenhart had 11 carries for 51 yards and Mike McGee had four carries for 48 yards. iouchdowns called. back on penalties i/ and one 70-yard pass play" - Greg McMillan "They didn't do anything dif- ferent to stop our run it was more because of our breakdowns on the line," said McMillan. "'It is hard to get y'ards when a lot of plays get called back because of penalties." Eric Rios and Jerrod Gibbons both did good jobs on the defen- sive line and this allowed Brice Boesel and Dylan Gamble to lead the Bears with 10 tackles each. Gamble also had one intercep- tion. "We had thlee "If Brice and Dylan lead the team in tackles that means the front fiveare doing. their job," Said McMiilan. Liberty Bell's leading rusher this season, David Corner, was held to minus three yards on six carries. "Liberty Bell has the ability to do well and we knew we had to come out and play," said McMillan. "They had already played Okanogan tough and barely lost to Cash- mere." Fillies get fourth in league tourney John F. Cleveland II photo Bridgeport'a Holly Crocker and Della Hernandaz attempt to block a kill attempt by Beth Tuinstra as thaFillies knocked the Pateroa Nannlea into the Ioaar'a bracket. The Bridgeport Fillies volleyball Wilson Creek last Saturday after- ment with a 15-9, 15-12 victory over team finished in fourth place at the noon. Pateros. Central B League Tournament at Bridgeport started out the tourna- Andrea Henton had nine kills, 11 digs and two aces on 12-13 serving, Holly Crocker hadsix kills, three blocks and 14 digs andAngie Brazeau dished out 21 assists and was 13-13 serving. "We played great defense," said Calvin Stark, Bridgeport volleyball coach. "We had a lot of digs for just a best two out of three match." The Fillies lost to Wilson Creek- Soap Lake 15-9, 15-11 in the semi- finals. Holly Crocker had five kills, Aracely Torres had 11 digs and was 10-11 serving and Jaymie Dorchuck had four aces on 14-14 serving. "We played well defensively we just didn't serve receive well," said Stark. Bridgeport lost to Day Star Chris- tian 15-13, 15-11 to take fourth place. Andrea Henton had 12 digs on 11- 12 serving, Torres had 13 digs on 14-14 serving and Brazeau dished out nine assists. "We actually played great defen- sively," said Stark. "We didn't have one single person with a lot of kills but everybody had some. It was a well balanced offense. Both teams played pretty evenly." Bridgeport will take fourth place into the district tournament which started Tuesday at Entiat. The tour- nament will continue this Saturday. Wilson Creek-Soap Lake beat Moses Lake Christian 15-6, 15-3 in the championship and Pateros. beat Manson 15-8, 16-14 for fifth. The Bridgeport Fillies beat Easton 15-4, 15-9, 15-6 on October 27. Aracely Tones had 17 digs, eight kills and had four aces on 17-19 serving,Andrea Henton had 24 digs, Holly'Crocker had 18 kills, 16 digs and was 14-14 serving, Griselda Barrera had 14 digs and four aces and Angie Brazeau had 22 assists and 10 digs. Pateros JV edged by Manson The Pateros junior varsity football team lost to Manson 20-14 last Monday afternoon. Marcus Stennes threw a 46- yard touchdown pass to Richard Carmack and Matt Sandy scored on an I 1-yard run. Stennes also passed to Brian Ehlenbach for the two-point conversion. "It was a great JV game," said Mike Hull, Pateros junior var- sity football coach. "Our kids played great and I felt like we won, even though we lost." Marcus Stennes, Eric Molkjer, Brian Ehlenbach, Taylor Rains, Cam Hoffman, James Baker, Tao Stettler and Richard Carmack all stood out on defense. Carmack had an interception. Pateros had its chances to win the game. They were on the five. yard line and Manson held them four downs to take over posses- sion. "We have shown a lot of improvement this year," said Hull. "These kids have a lot to look forward to in Pateros football." f' /