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John F. Cleveland II photo Dabble Knowlton kicks the bell beck outside as the Brewster Lady Beers beat Lake Roosevelt last Thursday night. Flynn pumps treys, but Lady Bears edged by Okanogan Genea Flynn caught fire for the Brewster Lady Bears and put them in a position to beat the' Okanogan Bulldogs last Saturday night but it was not enough in the 43-42 loss. Brewster held a 12-6 lead after the first but managed only two points in the second quaxter to go into half- time down by six points. The Lady Bears were down by 12 points with about three and a half minutes left but Genea Fln hit four three-pointers to cut the Okanogan lead to one point. The Bulldogs held on to gain the win. "We started out great," said Bryan Boesel, Brewsler girls basketball coach. "The girls played great defense and it was a team effort throughout the whole game. In Ilhe second quarter we couldn't get our shots to fall." Genea Flynn led the' Lady Bears with four three-pointers and finished with 17 points, two assists, four re- bounds and two steals, Nancy Rios netted nine points, six assists, five rebounds and five steals, Debbie Knowlton had one trey, six points, two assists, five rebounds and two steals, Heather Hallet put in four points, 11 rebounds and two steals, Courtney Riggam had four points. five rebounds and one steal and Ashleigh Shaw had two points, one assist and five rebounds. "One of the things we need to work on is our defensive rebound- ing," said Boesei. "Our team de- fense did not allow Okanogan to take good shots but they were get- ting easy put backs. We need to make sure they only get one shot." Okanogan's Naomi Peasley had 10 points and Amanda Merkley had 10 points and 16 rebounds. The Lady Bears started off the week with a 55-50.victory over Lake Roosevelt last Thursday night. Brewster held a 16-12 lead af- ter the first quarter and was up by three points at halftime. The Lady Bears rallied to a 10-point lead with one minute and 30 seconds left in the game, but Lake Roosevelt started hitting three-pointers and cut the lead to one point. Brewster hit its free throws and held on for the win. The Lady Bears were 17,26 on their free-throw attempts and Nancy Rios was 4-4 from the line in the fourth quarter. Debbie Knowlton hit two treys and finished with 16 points, one assist, two steals and two rebounds, Nancy Rios had 14 points, three assists, four steals and five rebounds, Courtney Riggan had seven points, one assist, 10 steals and four rebounds, Ashleigh Shaw had six points, two assists, one steal and three rebounds, Genes Flynn put in five points, six assists, six steals and six rebounds, Heather Hallet had five points and three rebounds and Brandy Kennell added two points and one assist. "We played good team basket- bali," said Boesel. "We played good defense and had balanced scoring, but we made some mental mistakes at the end of the game." "I told them to not let them shoot a three-pointer, but they took that to mean let them shoot it and then foul you live and learn. In the end it didn't matter, because we still got the victory." Lake Roosevelt's Raynee St. Pierre had I1 points and Katie Dashiell had 10 points. Junior High sports action Brewster seventh boys The Brewster seventh grade boys basketball team started off the sea- son witha 51-13 victory overTonasket on November 17. Ryne Phillips had 18 points in the first quarter and finished with 32 points in the game. The Brewster C- squad won the second quarter. The Brewster eighth grade boys basketball team beat Tonasket 47-36. Wes Michel had 16 points, Kevin Vallance had 13 points, Raul Rios had 10 points. Brewster won the second quarter. Aaron Ledesma and Kevin played good helping defense. The Brewster seventh grade beat Liberty Bell 50-31 on November 19. Kernels downed by Moses Lake team The Mansfield Kernels boys bas- ketball team lost to Moses Lake Christian 56-53 last Friday night. Luke Lillquist canned 19 points andTJ. Tupling pitched in 18 points to lead the Kernels. Ryne had 17 points, Keith Hobart had 16 points, Brady Hilts had 10 points and Erik Hewitt had eight points. Tony lnfante had seven points and Brewster won the second quarter. "It was a good fast game and things clicked pretty good overall," said Cass Gebbers, Brewster eighth grade boys basketball coach. The Brewster eighth grade beat Liberty Bell 52-37. Kevin Vallance had 19 points, Wes Michel had 14 points, Raul Rios had ! 2 points and Mac R. Gabbers had a nice floor game running the press. Kevin and Aaron rebounded well. Brewster won the second quarter. The Brewster seventh grade beat Lake Roosevelt 45-22 on Novem- ber 20. Ryne had a big second half to break open the game with 17 points, Tony Infants picked up his pace with 13 points. Keith Hobart rebounded great and had eight points and Brady Hilts ran the floor well. The Brewster eighth grade beat Lake Roosevelt 36-31. "Mac R. Gebbers led a super come- back victory. Brewster was down by 11 at halfiime,"said Gebbers."Aaron, Kevin and Antonio all came out and got all the rebounds and Mac, Raui and Wes led a very active press to come from behind a much bigger team." Mac had 15 points, Kevin had 11 points and Wes had 12 points. The Brewster seventh grade lost Cont'd on page 9 Bridgeport Mustang's early lead turns to loss to Entiat Entiat scores 12 straight points in third quarter to overtake Mustangs "We just didn't come out to play in the second The Bridgeport Mustangs jumped out to a big lead but Entiat rallied in the second half to gain the 49-37 victory last Friday night. Bridgeport scoredthe first 11 points and finished the first quarter up 15- 5. Entiat cut the lead to eight points going into halflime and outscored the Mustangs 18-2 in the third quar- ter. The Tigers put the game away with a 13-9 advantage in the fourth. Entia! scored 12 straight points in the third quarter to take the lead. "We played re- ally tough defen- sively in the first quarter," said Brandon Evenson, Bridgeport boys basketball coach. "We just didn't half' come out to play in n" . the second half." - IJranaon Dustin Mathews Evenson led the Mustangs with 10 points, five rebounds, one as- sists and one steal, Todd Perkins hit one trey and finished with eight points, two rebounds and one steal, Uriah Palmanteer had one trey, five points and one rebound, Chris Hurley had five points and one rebound, JeffWood had four points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals, Carlos Sanchez hit one trey and had two rebounds, three as- sists, Coilin Allen had two points, one rebound and one assist, Jason Wood had one rebound and one steal and Ben Lynn had five rebounds and one steal. Entiat's Carlos Paz had 19 points to lead the Tigers. Dustin Mat hews puts up a shot for the Bridgeport Mustangs last Friday night. Pateros Nannies edged by Manson in low scoring game Pateros turns ball over three times in final 30 seconds and lose to Manson The Pateros Nannies had trouble getting their offense going and suffered a hard-fought 31-30 loss to Manson on December 8. Pateros held a slight 8-6 edge after the first quarter and was up 16-14 at the half. Manson went on an 11-6 run in the third to take the lead and held off the Nannies in the fourth quarter for the win. The Nannies had at least three chances to score in the final 30 seconds but they turned the ball over without getting the shot off. "We turned the ball over in crucial situations w we didn't even get shots off," said John Ellis, Pateros girls basketball coach. "'It was a good learning experience for us. We learned that we have to be calm in those situations." Miryia Libbey netted one three- pointerand finished with 13 points to lead the Nannies, "We were J o e y only down Bighouse had 10 by nine points, Beth points at Tuinstra halftime, but pitchedin fourpoints we aFe not in and Mei- issa Nieu- shape" wenhuis added -John Ellis t h r e e points. Libbey was also 4-4 from the free-throw line. Manson's Janae England scored all 11 of her points in the third quarter and Leslie Johnson added 10 points. The Nannies rebounded off a tough loss to gain the 46-34 vic- tory over Wilson Creek-Soap Lake last Friday night. Pateros held'a one-point lead at halftime and pulled away from Wilson Creek-Soap Lake in the finaltwo quarters. "We played better and we hit more shots," said Ellis. "We haven't been able to put the ball in the John F. Cleveland II photo Joey Bighouse attempts to get the ball pest Manson's defense as the Nannies lost close game. hole, and hopefully we will start doing that better." Miryia Libbey had the hot hand for Ihe Nannies and led the team with two treys and finished with 23 points, Me- lissa Nieuwenhuis netted two treys and finished with 10 points, Beth Tuinstra had seven points, Sara Troutman added five points and Joey Bighouse had three points. "That was a good game for us," said Ellis. "We bounced back af- ter the loss and that should build some momentum." Wilson Creek-Soap Lake's Bethany Phelps had nine points and seven rebounds to lead the team. Pateros had trouble getting started and lost to Liberty Bell 52-28 last Saturday night. Liberty Bell took a 15-8 lead after the first and outscored the Nannies in all four quarters to pull away for the win, "We were only down by nine pointsat halftime, but we are not in shape," said Ellis. "We will defi- nitely get in better shape as the sea- son goes on." "They are a better team than we are. They are a good team. They are big and it "We turned the ball over in crucial situations m we didn't even get shots off' - John Ellis is difficult to get anything going inside." Miryia Libbey came through with two treys and finished with 15 points, Joey Bighouse had four points, Sara Troutman hit one trey and finished with four points, Amanda Carlson and Beth Tuinstra had two points each and Melissa Nieuwenhuis had one point. Liberty Bell's Erin Torpey had 11 points to lead the Mountain Lions.