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November 12:1998 Win. E. Vallance photos The Petards Billygoete had five fumble recoveries against Soap Lake-Wilson Creek. Billygoats crush Soap Lake in season finale derad Evans scores four touchdowns for the Billygoats The Pateros Billygoats football team finished their season with a 69-14 rout over Soap Lake-Wilson Creek last Friday night. "We played really well," said Lets Lanius, Pateros football coach. "'All of our assignments were carried out and we had a more balanced attack from our offense." Pateros gotoff to a fast start and scored 20 unan- sred points in the first quarter and put the game away with 35 points in the sec- ond. Matt Sandy scored on a two- yard pass from Ciint Hull to open up the game, Eric Molkjer kicked the extra point, Jerad Evans scored on a 53-yard pass from Hull, kick failed, Evans ran it in from 40 yards out, Molkjer kick, to make it 20-0 Pateros after the first quarter. Dustin Johnson scored from two yards out, Moikjer kick, Pat Good scored on a 30-yard run, Molkjer kick, Jacob Bucholz scored on a 13-yard pass from Hull, Molkjer kick, Sandy scored on a three-yard run. kick failed, to make it 47-0 Pateros. Soap Lake-Wilson Creek scored when Jerry Barrington ran it in from two yards out and added the two-point conversion. Sandy scored from three yards out, Molkier kick, to make it 54-8 at halftime. Evans opened up the third scor- ing on a 57-yard run, Molkjer kick, to make it 61-8 after the third. SL-WC started out the fourth with a score from John Darling from six yards out, kick failed, to make it 61,14. Jon Kiedrowski scored on a 10,yard run and the two-point con- version was good by Andy Simmons to make it 69-14 Pateros. Clint Hull was 4-7 passing for 79 yards and three touchdowns. Marcus Stennes was 0-2 passing with one interception. Jacob Bucholz was 0- 1 passing. Jerad Evans caught two passes for 64 yards and one touchdown, Matt Sandy had one reception for two yards and one touchdown and "All of our assignments were carried out and we had a more balanced attack from our offense" - Lets Lanius Jacob Bucholz had one recep- tion for 13 yards and one touch- down. Jerad Evans had six carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns, Matt Sandy had six carries for60 yards and two touchdowns, Pat Good had one carry for30yards and one touchdown, Marcus Stennes had two carries for eight yards, Clint Hull had one carry for two yards, Brian Ehlenbach had one carry for two yards, Dustin Johnson had two carries for 12' yards and one touchdown, Joe Clevengerhad fourcarries for 14 yards, Andy Simmons had one carry for three yards, Eagle Bowen had one carry for one yard and Jon Kiedrowski had three carries for 25 yards and one touchdown. Eric Molkjer had 11 tackles to lead the defense, Jon Kiedrowski had ! 0 tackles, Marcus S tennes and dorsal Evans "I think they have come a long way thisyear as a team and I am really ploud of them" - Lets Lanius Eddy Estrada had nine tackles each, James Baker had eight tackles, Andy Simmons had seven tackles, Dustin Johnson had five tackles, Joe Clevenger, Matt Sandy. Jerad Evans had four tackles each and Eagle Bowen and Davis had three tack- les. Richard Carmack had one inter- ception. Dustin Johnson had two fumblerecover- ies and Eagle Bowen, Eric Molkjer and Clint Hull all had one fumble recovery. "The seniors did an excellent job," said Lanius. "They wanted to go out on a high note and they certainly did." "I think they have come a long way this year as a team and I am really proud of them." Clint Hull passes the ball for the Psteros Billygoats in their rout over Soap Lake.Wilson Creek last Friday. H!00rth shows impro',,a.ment in state cross country , Dallin Hjorth improves with a 16th place finish in the state cross country meet Dallin Hjorth finished in six- teenth place at the State 1A/B Cross Country Championships last Saturday at Pasco. Hjorth finished the 3.1 mile course in 17 minutes and 10 seconds an im- provement over the 72nd finish in 18:16 last year. "I am very proud of his im- provement since last year," said Ryan Fitzgerald, Brewster cross country coach. "This improve- ment can be contributed to the hard work ethic he put together. He put in a lot of mileage this '7 am vely proud of his improvement since last year" - Ryan FitzgeraM summer." John Russell, Freeman, won the boys race in 15:47. Liberty Bell won the boys team title with 68 points, Saint George's 103, Cashmere 114, Toledo 136, Freeman 158, Trout Lake 174, LaCenter 188, King's 194, Lake Roosevelt 239, Lynden Christian 250, Chelan 288, Ilwaco 295,Tacoma Baptist 299, Ocosta 325, Mary Walker 345, Seattle Lutheran 364. Laura Halverson, Freeman, won the girls race in 19:00. Saint George's won the girls team title with 36points, Chelan 65,LaCenter 78, Lynden Chris- tian 101,White Pass 130, Lib- erty Bell 142, Bellevue Chris- tian 151, NW Christian 174. "Dailin had a very successful year because he really wanted it and paid the price," said Fitzgerald. "I was very proud of him to rep- resent Brewster. He ended his season on a high note." Dellin HJorth Compliments of Moran's Photography (Back row) Bernice Marlecal, Adrienne Suerez, Heidi Moore, Kellie Troop, Violet Caressed, Brenda Arevalo and Kaylen Crane. (front row) Reagan Parleeeu, Kristyl Heath, Lisa Milton, Carol Zepeds, Coach Krlsty Barnes. Not pictured Bridget Hauawirth. Brewster 7th girls finish on high note The Brewster seventh grade girls "The girls showed up to play," Lisa Milton, KaylanCrane, Brenda volleyball team finished its sea- said Kristy Barnes, Brewsterseventh Arevaloand KristalHeath served son with a win October 27 against grade volleyball coach. Omak. BridgetHauswirth, KellieTroop, well for the team. AAU basketball program organizing in Bridgeport The Bridgeport AAU basketball program will meet at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, November 16 in the middle school library in preparation for the upcoming 1998-99 season. Anyone interested, (parents of pro- spective players, coaches, assistant Brewster girls blanked by Royal . Brewster girls soccer team lost to Royal 3-0 last Saturday afternoon in a playoff match. Brewster had 10 shots on goal and Kenia Rios had eight keeper saves. Royal had 13 shots on goal and five keeper saves. "Overall I think the girls played well as a team," said Dean Busching, Brewster girls soccer coach. "Patty Najera, Marlen Guzman, Amber Vandelac, Robin Brooks and Maribel Rojas all played well." coaches and volunteers), are encour- aged to attend the meeting. Everyone with uniforms from last season, coaches or players, need to bring the uniforms to the meeting. The agenda will include the election of new officers, the as- signment of coaches, and a re- view of needs for Bridgeport AAU basketball. Sign-ups for the 1998-99 season will be Wednesday, November 18 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. in the middle school library. Players must be accompanied by a legal guardian for the sign-ups. The fees will be $10 for a new AAU card and $10 for Bridgeport AAU. If you have any questions call Rod Parsons, Dan DaM or Jerry Henton, all of Bridgeport. Mark Miller tapped fc)r UW Hall of Fame Mark Miller, a Brewster resi- dent, will be inducted into the Uni- versity of Washington HallofFame during halftime ceremonies at the football game against the Univer- sity of California Los Angeles this Saturday at Husky Stadium. Miller is being honored for the rowin.g career he had at the University of Washington. 00omebody is looking for your bargain. '] Offer it today- Use the classifieds [ d