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Bridgeport Mustangs started out Torres had three treys and 17 points, the week with a 62-46 loss to Liberty Adoifo Hemandez had two treys and Bell on December 4. 16 points and six rebounds, Randy Liberty Bell took control of the DaM had eight points, Vicente game with a 15-4 run in the first Mendez had one point and Dallas quarter and went into halftime up 37- Palmanteer had two points. 16. Bridgeport rebounded with a Day Star's Nick Dietzen had 14 strong second half but it was too late. points, JordanTampien had 11 points, Alex Gutierrez had four points, J.J. Jones had 27 points. Gaucin had Christian Montiel had five points, two points, David Hallberg had 14 Timmy O' Connell had one trey and points, Joel Tampien had six points seven points, Anthony Allen hadeight and Trautman had two points. points, ManudTorres had fourpoints, Bridgeport finished out the week Adolfo Hemandez had four points, with a 62-54 loss to Soap Lake last Randy Dahl had four points, Mark Saturday night. Mathews had two points, Vicente The Mustangs played even has- Mendez had two points and Dallas ketbail with Soap Lake for the first Palmameer had six points, three quarters but Soap Lake used Liberty Bell's Andrew Cart had 12 a 20-12 run in the fourth to pull out points, Fisher had seven points, the win. It was tied 9-9 after the Cotner had six points, Estes had six first, 24-24 after the second and points, CodyLundgrenhadl6points, 42-42 after the third. Gardner had one point and Michael "We played well against Soap Lake Kulsrud had 14 points, but they just hit their free throws The Mustangs got off to a slow down the stretch and we didn't," said start and lost to Day Star 76-59 last Brandon Evenson, Bridgeport boys Friday night, basketball coach. "That was the dif- Day Star jumped out tea 25-9 lead ference in the game. We will try to in the first quarter and went into half- keep improving on what we have time up46-26at halftime. Bridgeport been doing." outscored Day Star 33-28 in the sac- Soap Lake's Jason Elliott had 10 end half. points, Sam Engelhardt had 21 points, Alex Gutierrez had four points, D. Lundgren had'eight points, Na- Christian Montiel had two points and tions had four points, Leonard five steals, Timmy O' ConneU had Lundgren had 10 points and Price one trey and nine points, Manuel had nine points. Nannies break, century mark Cont' d from page 6 went into halflime up 45-3. The Nan- nies cruised to victory by outscoring Thorp 48-7in the second half. "We just pushed the ball really well," said Ellis. "The girls dis- tributed the ball really well and we had 29 assists in that game." Danni Blackburn had 10 points and seven assists, Amanda Carlson had one trey and 19 points and eight steals, Jamie Evans had two points and 10 rebounds. Jill Burnett had 18 points, Hanna Hull had 30 points, 15 rebounds and seven as- sists and Miryia Libbey had three treys and 14 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and 10 steals. Pateros finished out the week with a 62-55 victory over Oroviile last out and tend to stand with people and try to out jump them." Danni Blackburn had seven points, one trey, three rebounds, four assists and two steals, Ashley Armstrong had two points, three rebounds and two assists, Amanda Carlson had seven points, one trey, two rebounds, one assist and three steals, Jill B urnett had 11 points and three rebounds, Hanna Hull had 20 points, one trey, 16 rebounds, three assists and two steals and Miryia Libbey had 15 points, three treys, four rebounds, six assists and two steals. "'Jill andHanna had good shooting nights," said Ellis. "Jill was 4-5 from the floor and 3-3 on her free throws and Hanna shot 50 percent, We didn't have a good shooting night but Jill Saturday night. ' ~i ~n~annapick&l up the slackilt Was The Nann ies al ame.for us because,it was the first and went into Iiaift me "close, amf s'Ml ce't6 c0 e oiii up 32-26. Oroville made a 15-11 ahead because we gained some con- run in the third but Pateros put fidence that we can finish. the game away with a 19-14 fourth "'Hanna had agoodall-around game quarter, and did a good job shooting and re- "They hurt us on the offensive bounding ~ I didn t have any other b~'ds,", said Ellis. "'We have to do a player with more than four rebounds. better job rebounding. We are not I need to get more consistent rebound- doing a good enough job blocking mg from the pivot p ayers. Marcus Stennes leads Billygoats in scoring in three games Pateros Billygoats rallied in the second half to beat Thorp 67-48 on December 4. The Billygoats were only up by three points at halftime but they outscored Thorp 21-9 in the third quarter and IO-6 in the fourth to pull away for the win. "That was a good opening game for us," said Mike Hull, Pateros boys basketball coach. "It was a good chance to get some jitters out. They are a good team and you have to respect their six-foot eight-inch player. He is a legitimate player and is very good inside." Corey Heywood had four points and two rebounds, Marcus Stennes had 35 points, four treys, 16rebounds, nine assists and three steals, Anthony Armstrong had two points and seven rebounds, GeofCollins had 11 points, three rebounds and three steals, Aaron Ehlenhach had one point and two rebounds, Jeff Zahn had 11 points and 10 rebounds, Jose Villasano had three points, one trey and one re- bound. Chris Gouzales had two re- bounds and one assist and Dustin Zahn had one rebound. The Billygoats suffered a 58-56 loss to Soap Lake on a last-second shot last Friday night. Pateros was up 56-55 with just seconds left but Soap Lake hit a three- quarter court shot off the backboard as time expired to gain the win. "Soap Lake is one of the top four or five teams in the league and I knew they wold be good,' said Hull. "We came back from a 10-point deficit late in the game and we were in a position to win it. When you lose a game on a 40-foot bomb like that then you weren t meant to win the game anyway." e Brewster improves record to 4-0 against class 2A CWAC teams Brewster Lady Bears gained their biggest victory over the year with a 51-50 win over the Ephrata Tigers last Thursday night. The Tigers finished second in the State 2A Basketball Tournament last year and have had tournament suc, cess the last few years --- like Brewster, which has back-to-hack Brewster jumped out to an early 20-6 lead in the first quarter and went into halftime up 36-22. Cbelan closed the gap with a 24-16 third quarter but the Lady Bears answered with an 18- 15 fourth quarter. "'Right now Rachel is playing pretty consistent basketball and it was great to see Kaylan step it up against State 1A Championships. Chelan, because Jeni was in foul Ephrata jumped out to a 16-8 lead trouble," said Boesel."Kaylan took it in the first quarter but the Lady Bears to the hole strong and shet free throws rallied to cut it to 2%24 at half time. Brewster outscored Ephrata 15-12 in the third to tie the game and edged the Tigers 12-11 in the fourth quarter. The Lady Bears got the ball back down 50-49 with 31 seconds left and brought the ball up the court. They ran the clock down to 12 seconds to set up a play. Brewster got the ball to Jeni Boesel and she drove to the basket to get off a shot, and was fouled with three seconds left. Boesel made both free throws for the final advan- tage- Ephrata made a long three- point shot attempt that hit the top of the backboard and caromed off. "We called time out with 12 sec- onds left and drew up aplay -- we got :he ball to Jeni and she created a shot and got fouled," said Bryan Boesel, e well. We will be fine if Kaylan keeps playing this way." "Our third quarters haven't been too impressive and that is something we need to change as a team. We were shooting well and cutting to the middle in the first half but in the third quarter we did more standing around --- that let a good team like Chelan hack in the game. We have to have people driving and cutting to the bas- ket because that is the name of the game -- and is why we got the lead in the fwst half." Jeni Boesel had 15 points, two treys, seven rebounds, one assist and two steals, Reagan Pariseau had seven points, one trey, two rebounds, four assists and two steals, Rachel Crane had 16 points, two treys, six rebounds, seven assists and two steals, Kaylan Brewster girls basketball coach. Crane had 24 points, one trey, seven "Ephrata is a good team and a quick rebounds, one assist and three steals, Ashleigh Gamble had one point, two rebounds and one steal, Alex Saint had two points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal and Keltic Troop had five points and three rebounds. "'Keltic is playing well right now," said Boesel. "She is playing some great minutes --- even though she might not be getting a lot of stats on the offensive end." Brewster started out the week with a 74-49 victory over Cashmere on December 4. The Lady Bears jumped out to a 17-8 lead in the first and went into halftime up 43-19. Brewster held off Cashmere in the second half to gain the easy win. "We j umped out quick -- our press was working and we finally hit some team -- like us. They are very disci- plined on offense and defense and it was a good test to play Ephrata." "We shot the ball horribly from the field, but I have to credit some of that to Ephrata's defense. It was tooth and nail all the way to the finish --people got their money's worth that went to the game." Jeni Boesel had 20 points, one trey, nine rebounds, one assist and two steals, Reagan Pariseau had eight points, eight rebounds, three assists and one steal, Rachel Crane had 12 3oints, one rebound, four assists and one steal, Kaylan Crane had nine 3oints, six rebounds, one assist and two steals, Ashleigh Gamble had five rebounds, Alex Saint had two re- bounds and one steal and Kellie Troop had two points and four rebounds, outside shots," said Boesel."We went ~I !ithought Ashleigh played one into a lull in the third quart and let John elovolaSd I pho~ lt~k*ofadefensive gaineouEphrata's ' ~ d~ Cashmere ~kin itlbut We go-t,6tit 0f"~ ; :~ ~ ~. Michelle Mickle," said Boesel.it and finished slrong " JeniBoeselputeupeahotinfrontofChelandefender, tohel haLt "Mickle only had 14 points and that r Jeni Boesel had 30 pointsl one Bears win last ~lturdey. 1 i was because of Ashleigh -- she trey, seven rebounds, three as-,| played really good defense on her. sists and one steal, Reagan Pariseau and four steals, Kaylan Crane had points, four rebounds, olte assi|t The Lady Bears came through with had seven points, one trey, three llpoints, onetrey, four rebounds and one steal, Kellie T op halt anothervictoryoverastrong2Ateam rebounds, three assists and one and three assists. Ashleigh Gamble four points, eight reboqnds an]l witha70-61 victory over Chelan last steal, Rachel Crane had 19points, hadone point, four rebounds and one assist and GlorysslViver Saturday night, three treys, onerebound, four assists one assist, Alex Saint had two had one rebound and on assistl 11 i i 1 1,', Bridgeport Fillies jumped out to an early lead and Amber Brazeau had two points, Leticia Hermlndez coasted to a 63-40 victory over Soap Lake last Saturday four points, Mickey Martinez had five poitlts, Denb night. Mullin had two points, Enedelia Garcia had foltr pointl, The Fillies outscored Soap Lake 23-9 in the first Halley Henderson had 18 points and nine ~bound~, quarter and were up 39-20at halftime. Bridgeport held off Jenny Parsons had seven points, Araceli Marlinez hall S oa, p Lake in the final two quarters to gain the win. two points and Brook Sattler had 9 points @d sevelt "We went inside a littleagainst them because they were re~nds l not very tall-- not that wearetall, but we have some girls 'We moved the hall r e~tlly well and defensively w~ that can make some post moves, said Mei Wells, Bridge- look really g.ood at times, said Wells. 1 1 port girls basketball coach. 'We held them to just five Soap Lake s Christina Gay had 13 points a~! seve[~ points in the third quarter -- I told them I didn't want rebounds, Alexander had eight points, Jennifer Ajinglt Soap Lake to score after halftime." had 19 points and 10 rebounds. |/ B ears rally in fi)urth for winI Brewster Bears used a 21-9 run in They were a good team and I was Phillips had eight pointl. | the fourth quarter to gain a 70-53 happy with out win. Davey was very consistent ant! victory over Wilbur-Creston on De- Ryne Phillips had four points, Todd gave us a boost off th~ bench,[ cember 4. one trey and three steals, Mac R. said Taylor. "We forced a ldt of turn[ The Bears were up 49-44 before Gebbers had seven points, one overs in the secoud half whJch led taking over the game in the final trey and eight assists, Ryan Brown some good shots.",[ q had 10 points, two treys and nine Wilbur-Creston s Morrisl had Wilbur.Crestoudidatremendous rebounds, Griffin Freels had two points, Scheffels had 16 p ints, lVq. job shooting the ball in the first half. points, David Pendergraft had 29 Mann had 12 points, Ton4sket ha(! but we playedbetter defense in the points, one trey and I 1 rebounds, five points, Coffman had t, o point second half, said Tim Taylor, Tyler Evans had 10 points, seven Kolb had two points and Setb Dunlal] Brewster boys basketball coach, rebounds and five assists and Todd had 14 points l tt am undefeated" n leaggeI Malle rem s mme's Mallett is 4-0 and in first place of had 16 points for P & G, Cass Staggshadl4points, JasonlRominel the Quad City Men's Basketball Gebbers had 12 points, Jason Th- had 11 points and Mike Able League after winning last Sunday. ompson had nine points and Rick points. Swede Albert had 2 BTOConstmction todD& 14 lto Witt had nine points, for D & H,Auto, Brian Condi are tied for second with 3-1 records, FinishLineSignsbeatWilbur-Ellis points, Tony Block had 15 IX Finish Line Signs and Sweaty Moc- 127-94. Levi Heiden had 32 points J.P. Shore had 13 points. casins are both 2-2,Wilbur-Ellis is 1- forFinish Line Signs, Dan'in Dietrich Sweaty Moccasins beat E 2. Brewster Boys are 0-4 and P & G had30points, Steve Mungeou had 30 Boys 74-72. Brian Cond Orchard is 0-3. points, Seth Missal had 25 points and 22 points for Sweaty BTO Construction started out Russ McClellan had 10 points. Joe MattShifletthad21 point Sunday with a 95-60 victory over Harrishad39pointsforWilbur-Ellis, Brandon had 13 points at P & G Orchards. Carlos Sanehez Greg Mooney had26 points and John Miller had 11 points. Eric had 26 points for BTO, Uriah Ellis had24 points. 20 points for the Brewste Palmanteer had 20 points, Alex Mallett beat D & H Auto 90-89. Mike Boesel had 14 point; Hernandez had 15 points and Dan CaseyWattshad25pointsforMallett, Boesel had l0 points Dustin Zahn had seven points, one "'We have to shoot free throws bet- Gonzales had two points. Shifiett had 11 points. KaceyGoble Jeff Miller had 17 points, Malty Miller had 10 points. ! X ~i ' ~~INI' i i~ ~! N~I: i ip~ ~@~lil i! iil~ i! ii~l/i tl I/~ ~l'! i