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()uad City. Herald John Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507 Quad City Varsity Sports Schedule Thursday, December 13 Boys Basketball: Omak at Brewster, 7:30. Friday, December 14 Girls Basketball: Kittitas at Pateros, 6:00; Brewster at Omak, 7:30; Manson at Mansfield, 7:30. Robin Hanson drives baseline in Mansfield's win over Thorp. John Cleveland II photo Kimber Peters and Kari Simmons lead Mansfield's inside game with 18 points each Mansfield Lady Kernels came through with a 53-39 had three rebounds and two steals and Mikki Tupling victory over Thorp last Friday night behind the post play had one rebound. of Kimber Peters and Karl Simmons. The Lady Kernels were only up 27-25 at halftime but rallied in the second half to gain the win. "'We started out a little slow but once we got going we were alright," said Paul Wittig. Mansfield girls basketball coach. "They were a short team but they shot very well in the first half-- they kind of ran out, , Mansfield started out the week with a 60-42 loss to Liberty Bell on December 4. Liberty Bell used a 15 -6 run in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win. "Our post players played really well," said Wittig. "It was a hard-fought game." ,Robin Hansen }tad three points our re- of gas in the second half." r " st bounds, one steal, three assists and ol!ebloek, Robin Hansen had seven points, (,/U 'pO ?' BrittBomarhadfourpoints.tworeboundsand nine rebounds, three steals and three t . two steals, Kimber Peters had 19 points, 15 assists, Britt Bomar had four points, players playea rebounds and one block, KariSimmonshadl6 two rebounds and one assist, Colby points, 13 rebounds and three steals, Bridget Tanneberg had six points, eight re- really Well, Peele had two rebounds, one steal andthree hounds, two steals and one assist, P ! Wi"" assistsandColbyTanneberghadtworebounds Karl Simmons had 18 points, seven -- au tug, and four assists. rebounds, one steal and two assists, Man field coach The Lady Kernels finished out the week Kimber Peters had 18 points, 10 with a 56-41 loss to Waterville last Saturday rebounds, two steals and six assists, night. Bridget Peele had five rebounds, two steals and two Waterville only held a two-point lead to start the fourth assists and Mikia Tupling had one rebound, but Abby Jordan hit some outside shots to help the The Lady Kernels beat Chelan junior varsity 44-27 last Shockers pull away with a 21-8 run in the final quarter. Thursday night. "It was a two-point game at the start of the fourth but "That was a pretty good game for us," said Wittig. thenAbbyhitacoupleofthree'stogetthemstarted,"said "Everybody got to play." Wittig. "'That was our fourth game of the week and I think Britt Bomar had eight points, two rebounds and we ran out of gas. It was back-and-forth until the last four six steals, Colby Tanneberg had nine points, two minutes, and I am happy with the way we played." rebounds, three steals and one assist, Kimber Pc- Robin Hansen had 11 points, three rebounds and ters had nine points, 14 rebounds, six steals and one steal, Britt Bomar had four points, two rebounds three assists, Karl Simmons had seven points, four and two assists, Colby Tanneberg had four points, rebounds, eight steals and three assists, Robin five rebounds and one assist, Kimber Peters had 10 Hansen had 11 points, three rebounds, six steals, points, eight rebounds, two assists and one block, one assist and one block, Melissa Delagrave had Karl Simmons had 10 points, seven rebounds and two rebounds, Cassi Holloway had one rebound, three assists and Bridget Peele had two points, two Cheyenne McLean had two rebounds, Bridget Peele rebounds, one steal and one assist. Brewster Bears wresders beat Wilbur- Crestoo 40-32 last Thursday night. Tony Infante beat Alfredo Conmat 10- 5 in the 103-pound division, Zach Wiltse, 112, won by forfeit, Gonzalo Rios, 119, lost to Lonnie Kuenne 14-5, Felix Barcenas, 125, won by forfeit, Harley Dobson, 130, won by forfeit, Francisco Montiel, 135, beat Allan Shaner 22-9, Fernando Vargas; 140, pinned Justin CaudeU in the first period, Brewster for- feited at 145 to Brian Lenibcke, Jason Johnson, 152, pinned Douglas Goodlake in the first round, Luis Mota, 171, lost to James Pyle 12-1, Travis Wiltse, 160, beat Mike Schroeder 7-4, Mike Chase, 189, was pinned by paige Caudell in the second round, Both teams forfeited at 215, Aaron Ledesma, 275. was pinned by Eli Fisher in the second round. The Bears traveled lethe As Iron Sharp- ens Iron Invitational wrestling tournament at Bellevue last Saturday and placed sixth out of 11 teams. Toledo/Winlock woo the team title with 211 points, Oeosta was second at 191, Darringtoo 173, Cle Eium 172, Stehlakum 161, Brewster 153, Concrete 138, Bellevue Christian 77.5, White Pass 74, Davenport 72 and Friday Harbor 46. Francisco Montiel woo the champion- ship in his weight class, Tony Infants placed second, Hugo Garcia was third, Harley Dobson was fourth, Felix Bareenas, Alex Mumma and Travis Wiltse placed fifth, Goozalo Rios, Fernando Vargas and Aaron Ledesma placed sixth, Zach Wiltse placed seventh and Brian Harlow was eighth. Tony Infante, 103, beat Levi Coleman, White Pass, beat Josh Sicard, Toledo/ Winlock, beat Grant Norwood, Cle Elum, lost to Brad Mud, Stehlakum, to place second. Zach Wiltse, 103, beat Jeff Abbott, Bellevue Christian, lost to Darren Hoiz, Darringtoo, beat Levi Coleman, White Pass, lost to Justin Friddle, Darrington, beat Skyler Yzaguire, Concrete, to place seventh. Hugo Garcia, 112, had a bye, beat Clay Sterner, Davenport, lost to Ryan Fenstermok, Toledo/Winlock, beat Chris Kearney, Cle Elum, to place third. Gonzalo Rios, 119, beat Re, Spurting, Concrete, lost to Josh Friq Darrington,beat Chris Saunders, Conc beat Trent Jones, Toledo/Winlock, k Russ Fenstermak, Toledo/Winloci place sixth. Felix Barcenas, 125,lost toTyler St Bellevue Christian, had a bye, beat Bruin field, S tehlakum, beat Tony J Ocosta, beat Darik Ward, Ocost place fifth. Brian Harlow, 130, had a bye, to Zeb Crawford, Cle Elum, bye, lost to Josh Conthrun, Tel Winlock, lost to Nick Wilcox, Oc( to place eighth. Harley Dobson, 130, had a bye, Nick Wilcox, Ocosta, lost to Chris Ste, Stehlakum,lost toZebCrawford, CleE to place fourth. Alejandro Martinez, 130, lost to Stevens, Darrington. Francisco Montiel, 135, beat Jil hey die, ere, ;t to to ith, ~es, to ost da do/ sta, Deat ran, um, [.yle tmy Kelley, Bellevue Christian, beat qhris White, Toledo/Winlock, beat Gr@am McCumber, Concrete, beat Zach Qu by, Ocosta, to place firsL 1 Fernando Vargas, 140, beat Matthew Schaefer, White Pass, lost to l[latt McKnight, Toledo[Winlock, beat Blues Bailey, Davenport, beat Dane F ley, Friday Harbor, lost to Sam Go in, Stehlakum, to place sixth, l Alex M umma, 152, had a bye, lost Jan Hedge, Davenport, beat JOhn Gostom, Friday Harbor, beat Chris Quantl Darrington, beat Doug Palmer, Conc to place fifth. Jason Johnson, 152, beat John Gas, Friday Harbor, lost to Rick Mat Ocosta, lost to Cameron Nesland, To Winlock. Travis Wiltse, 160, lost to Mike E Darringtoo, beat Rick Googins, Stehlal ills, ete, t)m, ire, ,xto/ rod, urn, beat Kory Hamre, White Pass, beat l yle Wilson, Concrete, beat Micah Lancel Cle Elum, to place fifth. Juan Hernandez, 171, lost to I Dumont, Stehlakum. Aaron Ledesma, 275, had a bye, Mano Regina, Toledo/Winlock, had a beat Ivan Irizarry, Bellevue Christian to Dime Kallionaki, Bellevue Christi place sixth. uke |t to ye, lost l, to ' Jetted Riggan, Brewster High School him. He was 2-0 with 13 saves and a i.95 graduate, was traded from the New York ERA for Norfolk in 28 gameS. [ Mets to the Cleveland Indians in an eight- Escobar, 23, considered the top outt[ield player deal last Monday night, prospect in the Mets system spent mo t of Riggan, Matt Lawton, Alex Escobar last season with Norfolk. He hit .267 ith and two players to be named later were 21 doubles, 12 homers, 52 RBIs in [111 traded from the Mets to Cleveland for games and stole 18 bases in 21 attenlPtS. Roberto Alomar, Mike Bacsik and Danny He made it up to the Mets for two stints[last Peoples. season and hit .200 -- Thistradewascoosideredthefirstblock- eight RBIs. buster trade of the Winter Meetings held Lawton, 30, split last in Boston. the Minnesota Twins md Alomar, 33, is a 12-time All-Star sec- hit a combined .277 with es, ond baseman that hit .336 with 20 homers one triple, 13 homers ; in and l00 RBIs last year. He will likely play 151 games. He stole 29 37 second base for the Mets with Edgardo attempts. Alfonzo moving to third base. Major League all Bacsik is a left-hander that went 12-6 making trades and signing with a 3.26 ERA at Buffalo last season, during this time of the Peoples hit .222 with 17 homers and 48 was the second major move l RBIs at Class AAA Buffalo. New York traded Robin for Riggan, 27, split last season between David Justice last Friday. Class AAA Norfolk and the Mets. He was The eight-player trade will l 3-3 with a 3.40 ERA in 35 appearances for $11 million in salary for to New York with opponents hitting .243 off possibly sign Juan Goozalez. Boys Basketball: Easton at Bridgeport, 7:30; Day Star at Mansfield, 6:00; Kittitas at Pateros, 7:30. Wrestling: Brewster at Chelan, 6:00. Saturday, December 15 Wrestling: Brewster at Kettle Falls Tourney, 9:00. Girls Basketball: Mansfield at Kittitas, 6:15; Brewster at Tonasket, 6:00; Bridgeport at Waterville, 6:00. Boys Basketball Bridgeport at Waterville, .7:30; Mansfield at Kittitas, 8:00; Pateros at Day Star, 6:30; Brewster at Tonasket, 7:30. Tuesday, December 18 Girls Basketball: Cascade at Brewster, 7:30; Bridgeport at Pateros, 6:30. Boys Basketball: Bridgeport at Pateros, 8:00; Mansoo at Mansfield, 7:30. Wrestling: Brewster at Oroville, 7:00. Pateros Nannies came through with three wins last week and beat Soap Lake 101-16 last Friday night. The Nannies jumped out to a 30-4 lead in the first quarter to take control of the game. Pateros scored at least 20 points in the remaining three quarters and kept Soap Lake in single digits. "We shot 71 percent from the floor but we need to improve our free "The trts throw shooting," said John Ellis, Pateros girls disoqbuted basketball coach. We distributed the ball re- the ball ally well." Danni Blackburn had really well," 13 points, one trey, seven assists and one John '11'~ iI -- 15illS, rebound. Ashley Pateros grils coach Armstrong had six points, four assists, two steals and seven re- bounds. Faith Brown had seven points, one assist, one steal and six rebounds. Amanda Carlson had 28 points, one trey, five assists, two steals and one rebound. Jamie Evans had four points, four assists, two steals and seven rebounds. Jill Burnett had eight points, one steal and four rebounds. Hanna Hull had 11 points, 10 assists, five steals and eight rebounds and Miryia Libbey had 23 points, five treys, seven assists, seven steals and four rebounds. "'Amanda and Miryia both had really good offen- sive nights," said Ellis. "Amanda was 11-14 on her field goals and 6-7 on free throws, and Miryia was 9-10 from the floor and 5 -6 on her three's." The Nannies started out the week with an easy 93- 10 victory over Thorp on December 4. pateros jumped out to a 25-3 lead in the first and Cont' d on page 7 ~.s,<~ ,t,>~: Miryia Libbey pushes the ball up the court on a fsstbreak in the Pateros win over Thorp.