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QCH sports Quad City. Herald NovAmbAr 12 1998 PaQ 7 State Football Playoff Schedule Class IA Friday, November 13 Cashmere (6-3) vs Cle Elum (9-0), at Cle Elum, 7;30 p.m. Toutle Lake (6-3) vs White Salmon (8- I), at White Salmon, 7:30 p.m. Columbia (B urbamk) (6-3) vs Okanogan (8-I), at Okanogan, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, November 14 Kalama (6-2) vs Concrete (8- I), at Con- crete, 1:30 p.m. Raymond (8-I) vs Lynden Christian (4-5, at Edmond 1:30 p.m. Tacoma Baptist (6-3) vs Onalaska (9- 0), at Onalaska, 1:30 p.m. Royal (7-2) vs Freeman (7-2), at Free- man, 1:30 p.m. Brewster (8-1) vs Dayton (7-2), at Day- ton, 2:00 p.m. Clams B-11 Friday, November 13 Waitsburg (6-2) vs Republic (8-1), at Republic. 7:00 pin. South Bend (5-4) vs Napavine (9-0), at Napavine, 7:30 p.m. Liberty (7-2) vs Manson (8-I), at Chelan, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 14 Orcas Island (4-5) vs Mossyrock (8-2), at Mossyrock, 1:00 p.m. Cusick (3-5) vs DeSales (8-1),'at Kennewick, 1:00 p.m. Wahkiakum (6-2) vs Darrington (8-0), at Dardngton, 2:00 p.m. Naselle (6-3) vs Chief Leschi (2-6), at Puyallup, Noon. Waterville (7-2) vs Davenport (8-1), at Ritzville, 1:30 pJm. Football Standings Caribou Trail League Team League Overall PF PA Okanogan 7-0 8-1 267 91 Brewster 6-1 8-1 275 89 Cashmere 5-2 6-3 264 215 Chelan 4-3 4-5 178 148 Liberty Bell 3-4 4-5 136 174 Tonasket 2-5 3-6 154 251 Lake Roosevelt 1-6 2-7 132 271 Oroville 0-7 1-8 121 269 Central Washington B-11 Team League Overall PF PA Manson 5-0 8-1 290 119 Waterville 4-1 7-2 301 129 Bridgeport 3-2 4-4 171 142 Pateros 2-3 4-5 217 242 Entiat 1-4 3-5 105 206 SL-WC 0-5 0-8 98 403 State AP Football Polls  ""i. (it)'Uie EIU'(4)9-0' 9, 1, (tie) onalaska (6) 9-0 92 3. Okanogan 8-1 79 4. Concrete 8-1 52 5. Raymond 8-1 51 6. Brewster 8-1 49 7. White Salmon 8-1 48 8. Reardan 8-1 38 9. Dayton 7-2 19 10. Royal 7-2 11 Others receiving votes: Kalama (6-2) 10: Cashmere (6-3) 5; Freeman (7-2) 2; Wahluke (6-3) 2. Class B-11 1. DeSales (7) 8-1 87 2. Napavine (1) 9-1 75 3. Darrington (1) 8-0 73 4. Davenport 8-1 59 5. Manson I 8-I 56 6. Republic 8-1 37 7. (tie) Waitsburg 6-2 31 7. (tie) Waterville 7-2 31 9. Moss)rock 8-2 23 10. Liberty 7-2 21 Bears come from behind to nip Cashmere in overtime Brewster meets Dayton Saturday in playoff contest "You never quit," said Greg McMillan, Brewster football coach. "I say it all the time but this time they believed it -- they get all the credit for that." The Brewster Bears football team fell behind Cashmere 28-0 before rallying to gain the 34-28 over- time victory last Friday night. This win earned Brewster sec- ond place in the Caribou Trail League and will match them up against Dayton this Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the first round'of the state playoffs. Cashmere looked unstoppable in the first two quarters as the Bulldogs scored on their first four offensive possessions and held Brewster to just one first down. "We didn't get off the bus to start the game," said McMillan. "'We weren't ready by any means. It was a matter of we weren't lin- ing up in the right formations and weren't playing like we prepared to play all week. At the end of the first I told them two things. First of all we can come back and win th!s game and second we have to start playing the way we prepared to play. We need to execute and stop them." The Bears were down 28-0 with four minutes and six seconds left in the second quarter. Brewster scored twice in the final minutes of the first half to cut the lead in half. Brewster tied it in the third quarter with two more unanswered touch- downs and Dustin Boesel blocked a Cashmere field goal with 32 seconds left in regulation to force 'overdme,: :::  ........ ,, , ,.;;,:;i The Bears stopped Cashmerffn fourth down on the two yard line in the Kansas City overtime and Jerrod Gibbons rushed with the ball three times and scored the game-winning touchdown for the Bears. Cashmere scored first with Chad Collins running it in from two- yards out, Matt Lippert kicked the extra point, Collins scored on a one-yard run, Lippert kick, to make it 14-0 after the first quarter. Justin Fletcher scored on a five- yard pass from Jeremy Stevens, Lippert kick, Collins scored on a 17-yard run, Lippert kick, to make it 28-0 Cashmere. Brewster ral- lied when Brice Boesel caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Johnny Gebbers, Abel Escobed6 kicked John F. Ceveland II photos The Brewster Bears used swarming defensive play to stop Cashmere's powerful running game. the extra point, Johnny Gebbers ran the ball in from 15-yards out, Escobedo kick, to make it 28-14 at halftime. Joseph Dobson caught a 57-yard touchdown pass from Johnny Gebbers, Escobedo kick, Jerrod Gibbons scored on a four-yard run, Escobedo kick, to tie the game 28-28 after the third quarter. Both teams went scoreless in the fourth quarter. Dustin Boesel blocked a field goal by Cashmere on the four-yard line with just 32 seconds left in regulation. . Jerrod Gibbons scored on a three- yard run in overtime to give the Bears the 34-28 victory. Johnny Gebbers was 12-21 passing for 224 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Brice Boesel had five receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown, Joseph Dobson had two receptions for 76 yards and one touchdown, Rayce Joseph had two receptions for 17 yards, Mike McGee had one catch for 18 yards, Mark Brown had one catch for 12 yards and Dustin Boesel had one catch for 10 yards. Jerrod Gibbons had 13 carries for 69 yards and two touchdowns, Brice Boesel had six carries for 38 yards, Shawn Isenhart had two carries for 22 yards. Brice Boesel had 31 tackles to Brewster's Johnny Gebbers gets rid of the ball on way to spectacular aerial attack as the Bear8 rallied to beat Cashmere in overtime. lead the defense, Dylan Gamble had 24 t'ackles and Eric Rios had 16 tackles. Rayce Joseph had two intercep- tions. "Our defense was just amaz- ing," said McMillan. "We shut them out for three quarters -- the last two quarters and overtime. We held Collins to just three runs for over 10 yards and he finished with 112 yards on 25 carries." "Our seven guys in the middle did a great job -- Mark, Dustin, Clint, Jerrod, Eric, Brice and Dylan. I could go to every kid and list something spectacular they did that helped us win this game." Fillies get fifth in district volleyball action / John F. Cleveland II photo Bridgeport's Holly Crocker digs the ball for the Fillies during district. The Bridgeport Fillies vOlley- ball team finished in fifth place at the District B Volleyball Tour- nament held lastTuesday and Saturday at Entiat High School. Bridgeport started out the tour- nament with a 12-15, 16-14, 15- 4 loss to Pateros on November 3. The Fillies were serving for the match in the second game, but the Nannies rallied back from a 14-12 deficit to gain the win. "On our match point, Pateros had a ball that was shanked into a basket and that gave them a re- play," said Calvin Stark, Bridge- port volleyball coach. "We served again and Pateros blocked one of our hits. It was a combination of noon in loser-out play to finish in fifth place. "We were up 8-2 in the first game and 14-12 in the second but we just couldn't put it away," said Stark. "We played well enough to win but Johanna Tampien had 28 kills in two games. She got every set. We defended her well the replay and the block that gave, but she didn't have many errors." Pateros a lot of confidence." Andrea Henton had 12 kills and AracelyTorreswasl0-11serving 15 digs, Aracely Torres was 11- with 15 digs, Andrea Henton put down six kills and 17 digs, Holly Crocker was 16- 17 serving with five kills and Angie Brazeau was 11-11 serving with three aces, 12 assists and seven digs. Bridgeport rebounded off its loss to beat Thorp 11-15, 15-10, 15-9 in a loser-out match. "We just played tremendous de- fense," said Stark. "They could not get the ball to the floor. We had 73 digs in justthree games." Aracely Torres had seven kills, 18 digs and three aces on 16-17 serving, Holly Crockerhadeight kills, 13 digs and was 12.12 serving and Angie Brazeau dished out 17 assists. The Fillies lost to Day StarChristian 15-12, 16-14 last aturday after- "As a whole we played leally well" - Calvin Stark 11 serving with six kills and Angie Brazeau dished out 18 assists and had two aces on 10- 11 serving. "As a whole we played really well," said Stark. "We played the best defense of any team in districts." The Bridgeport Fillies finished with a 10-10 overall record and was fourth in league with a 5-4 league record. Bridgeport finished "We were up 8-2 in the first game and 14-12 in the second but we just couMn' t put it away" - Calvin Stark fifth in district with one win and two losses. Moses "Lake Christian won the champion- ship with a 16- 14, 12-15, 15- 13 victory over Wilson Creek to take the first seed out of the dis- trier tournament. Wilson Creek took the second and final berth with a 15-2, 15-3 vic- tory over Pateros. Mustang.s win four straight to end season The Bridgeport Mustangs foot- ball team finished with a winning record after beating Curlew 35-16 last Saturday afternoon. Bridgeport-Mansfield did not win a game in the Caribou Trail League last year and won only one game in the Central Washington B- 11 league two years ago. The Mustangs dropped Mansfield and returned to the B-11 league this season and finished with a 5-4 overall record and 3-2 in league. "We finished on a four game win- ning streak and the kids are pretty proud of that," said Malcolm Townsend, Bridgeport football coach. "We lost to Watei-viile by just one touchdown  we were kept out of the playoffs by seven points. This is such a small league and if you lose more than one game your playoff hopes are over." Curlew held a slight 8-6 lead after the first quarter but the Mustangs rallied behind a four touchdown performance from Jason Wood to run away with the victory. Todd Perkins was 8-16 passing for 155 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. Collin Allen was 2-2 passing for 38 yards. Jason Wood was 0-1 passing with one intercep- tion. Randy Dahl was 0-1 passing. Jason Wood caught five passes for 103 yards and three touchdowns with a long of 63 yards, Collin Allen had two receptions for 42 yards and JeffWood had three receptions for 48 yards. Jerad Scheib had 11 carries for 66 yards, Justin Walls had four carries for 21 yards and one touchdown, Collin Allen had two carries for seven yards, Tyler Tyn'eli had two carries for nine yards, Victor Sanchez had two carries for seven yards, Marie Landaverde had one carry for one yard. Javier Sanchez kicked a 30-yurd field goal and made one extra point. Coilin Allen had two punt returns and one kick off return for a total of 91 yards. Jimmy Simpson had 17 tackles to lead the defense, Justin Walls, An- drew MuUin and Chris Hurley had nine tackles, Jeff Wood and Tyler Tyrrell had five tackles and Todd Perkins, Jason Wood, Randy Dahl and Richard Dahl all had four tackles. Jason Wood had two interceptions and returned one for a touchdown and Jeff Wood had one interception, "I think the foundation has been built for this program," said Townsend. "This will be the first year we will lose a bunch of seniors but there are a lot of key players coming back." "I think Jeff and Jason both came up big in the last half of the season. They are the best comers in the league and they work together very well. Jimmy, Chris and Dustin will also be missed next year."