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By John Cleveland II, sports writerJohn Cleveland II QCH sportswriter (509) 689-2507CentralWashington B All- League Baseball Pitcher: J.D. Dietzen, Day Star Christian. Catcher: Ben Wilson,Day Star Christian.First Team The sport of rodeo has been a part of Ashley Carden's life for the last six years. Ashley is only eight years old but she has been winning buckles, trophiesand money at rodet,; xincc ,he ~as two-years-old. Ashley has won 20 buckles ill her six-year rodeo career. She currently competes in pole bendi, . California stake races, goat-tail tying and calf riding. She started OUl rltim~ ,;ht~p in the mutton-busting competition and has since graduated to call rithng along with her other events. "'My favorite is the rough stock events -- calf riding." ~id Ashley of Bridgeport Cshe goes to school in "My favorite is theMansfield).Rough Stock events are the tough- rough stock eventsest on the cowboy and cowgirl. Thisincludes saddle bronc ridi,)g, bare- --calf rMing,"back riding and bull riding fiw the cowl~)ys and cow riding for cowgirls - Ashley Carden Everyone must :larl (m ,m~,lhin~ st) mUllOn busling is lhu l ff,;I ,;le, p lora hR of rodeo cOlnl~liltffs a.d Ihcn talf riding. Ashley's parents are Joe and Beverly. Joe used to compete in saddle bronc riding at area rodeos and currently team ropes. "She has been around rodeo all her life," said Joe Carden, Ashley's dad. "I used to lead her through the barrels since she was two and she won a buckle sheep riding when she was just three-years old." Ashley has been excelling at the sport of rodeo ever since winning her first buckle'and she just won the Spring Series buckle after competing at the Colfax rodeo last weekend. She competed in rodeos at Eewiston, Idaho, Princeton, Idaho, and Colfax, Washington, this spring to win the Spring Series buckle. Carden was second in the goat tail tying and won a halter, third in the California stake race and won the calf riding at Colfax last weekend for another buckle. California stake races are like pole bending but there is just one pole set out to ride around. Ashley has been training her quarterhorse Eagle to run barrels and pole bend. Eagle is a 16-year-old ranch horse that her parents bought in Hermiston, Oregon, Carden won the All-Around Championship saddle at Princeton, Idaho earlier this spring after scoring the most points out of all competitors. Ashley was the Eastern Washington Junior Rodeo Association Calf Riding Champion last year and was the All-Around Little People's Champion of the EWJRA in 1999. ii : i !I %/i ':Ashley Csrden displays some of her numerous rodeo winnings with her horse Eagle. Sheon Eagle and this is one of her 20 buckles that she has won since she was 2 years old.tennis players in Omak tourney Tennis players from the quad cit- both of Brewster, also competed in Lybecker, Ephrata, and Rocky Terry, ies competed in the Omak theC Division but did not place. MosesLake, beat Dawn Eliassen, DoublesFest Tennis Tournament at Alldivisionswerefive-teamround Twisp, and Kenny Adamson, the North Cascades Athletic Club robin format with the.first and sec- Wenatchee, 6-4, 6-3 in the other last weekend, end place teams ineach division semifinalsofthe B Division. Suagee/ SeanHiltzandGeoffHiltz, bothof playing for the championship.Mitchell beat Lybecker/Terry 4- Pateros, placed second after losing Mark Milner, Omak, and Doug 6, 6-4, 6-4 in the finals of the B to Linda Connolly and Matt Milner, Wenatchee, beat Eric Division. Goodheart, both of Omak, 7-5, 5-7, Jaquish, Wenatchee, and Robbie KimStewartandMattStewart,both 1-0 in the D Division. Munday, Penticton, BC, 6-4, 2-6, 6- of Omak, beat Eric Helleson and Kristin Foyle and Nicole Pariseau, 4 to win the championship in the A Kirsten Helleson, both of Tonasket,Cody Baxter, Entiat. both of Brewster, placed second Division. 6-4, 6-3 in the semifinals of the CRandyDahi,Bridgeport. after losing to Sandy Ervin, Omak, Owen Suagee, Omak, and MartinDivision Dick Milner, Cashmere, andKatti.sGrindrod, Kittilas and Vat Pritch/ird, Okanogan,~6- Mitchell, Tonasket; beat Don Ken Gray,Omak, beatGiniMahlandJacob Jones, Day Star 0, 6:3'iri the finals of the Women's Starengerand Mary Schadler, both Nancy Breckenride, Spokane, 7-5.5- Christian. B Division. of Pasco, 6-4, 3-6, 1-0 in the 7,1-0intheothersemifinalsoftheCChance Landon, Dan Pariseau and Candi Pariseau, semifinals of the B Division. Wayne Divitsion.Pateros fastpitch team improving Waterville. Eric Molkjer, Pateros. Luke Shuttleworth, Soap Lake.Jordan Tampien, Day Star Christian. Scan Triplett, Entiat. Marco Velasquez, Soap Lake. Coach of the Year: Russ Tampien, Day StarChristian.Sportsmanship: Bridgeport.Pateros 12andundergirls fastpitch "We showed a lot of improve-softball team has started out their ment from the beginning of thesummer season 1-1. game until the end," said BrendaTheNannieslosttoBrewsterl31-Taylor, Pateros fastpitch soft-7 in the opening game oftheirseason ball coach. "This is the first timeon June6. we have ever played fastpitchNichole Varrelman pitched well and it is a lot faster game thaninherfirst-everoutingonthemound we have been used to playing."in fastpitch. Pateros came through with a 22- 12 victory over Okanogan in their sec- ond game. Dannielle Batson was the winningpitcher for the Nannies. Serena Schulke was 3-3 with two doubles, Nichole Varrelman was 2-4 and Dannielle Batson was 4-6 with a triple and home run. John Cleveland II photowon the all-around saddleBrewster Lady Bears 16 and under girls the second game and they came throughfastpilch softball team split with with a 14-10 victory over Summerland,Summerland, British Columbia in a Summerlandscoredfourrunsinthef'trstdoubleheader at Brewster last Saturday inning but Brewster rallied for nine runs inafternoon, the second through fifth innings.The Lady Bears were the visitors in the Summerland scored six runs in the top offirst game and they suffered a 7 5 loss to the sixth but the Lady Bears rallied for f'rce Summerland.' = r,runs in the bottom of the sixth io win theSummerland went up 7-0 after, five in- game.nings but the Lady Bears rallied for five Leanne Troop started the game andruns in the top of the seventh,went four innings and gave up sevenPaola Villagrana started the game and walks, two hits and struck out fourpitchedacombinedfourinningsandgave batters. Paola Viilagrana finished outup 10 walks, no hits and struck out three the final three innings and gave up twobatters. Kellie Troop pitched two innings walks and five hits.and gave up five walks, four hits and Lindsey Verbeck was 2-3 with two RBls,struck out two batters. Jeni Boesel was 2-4 with a triple and oneLacey Minick was 1-2, Jeni Boesel was RBI, Michelle Tostenrude had three walks2-3 with a double, Michelle Tostenrude and two stolen bases, Isaura Ochoa was 3-had two RBIs, IsauraOchoahadoneRBI, 3 with three RBIs, Kellie Troop had twoGloryss Viveros was 1-2, Kellie Troop walks, Lacey Minick had one walk,had two walks, Lindsey Verbeck was 1-1, Ashleigh Gamble was 1-2 with two RBIsAmyFisherwas l-2andJessica Bobadilla and two walks. Amy Fisher was 1-4 withwas 1-2 with one RBI. one RBI and Paola Villagrana was 1-2The Lady Bears were the home team in with one RBI.Tee Time By Ruth Collins What a beautiful day Thursday, June 7, turned out to be ! Don't know if the weather affected us or what but our foursome really enjoyed the day. Lot of laughs! The Winner of the Apple Blossom Tourney is our very own April Talley. She won her match with Sharon Patrick 3 & 2. Way to go girls--good golfing and lots of fun. The Consolation bracket winner is Nell DeMuth. Play for the day was Monthly Medal. First divi- sion, Low Gross. Linda Hahn-90. Low Net, April Talley-69. Second division, Low Gross, Sharon Patrick-97. Low Net, San(Ira Stephens- 70. Third division, Low Gross, Susie Clausen-109.Low Net, CarolLaGrandeur-67. April Talley is our birdie girl with a birdie on #1 I. Chip-ins was made by Ruth Collins #11; Pearl Nardone #17: Pat Hansen #18 and Sharon Patrick #3. Play for June 14a' will be even holes less Half Handi- cap. Tee time is 8:30 a.m. Be early - be ready to golf. Our Apple Valley team standings are overall points: First-Wenatchee G & CC- 203; Second, Three Lakes- 179" Third, Chelan - 173; Fourth, Yakima Elks - 157; Fifth, Leavenworth - 152; Sixth, Yakima CC- 150; Seventh, Eilensburg - 145 and Eighth, Moses Lake - 137.mIDaniel Gebbers, a Brewster High School gradu- Gebbers played on the 3A/2M1A Cubs team last 13-10 in the other Saturday game.ate, qualified for the Washington/Oregon baseball weekend. The 3A/2A/1A Cubs lost to the 3A/2AJ1A Yah-series after going 5-7 at the All-State Baseball The 3A/2AJ1A Cubs lost to the 4A/B Mariners 7- kees l0-9 on Sunday in the game for third and fourthSeries last weekend at Eastmont High School. 4 in the opening game of the all-state series last place.The top players from the All-State Baseball Se- Saturday. Gebbers was 2-3 with one RBI and one runries were selected to compete in the Washington/ Gebbers was 3-4 with a stolen base and one run scored.Oregon Baseball Series this Saturday at Vancouver, scored. The 4A/B Dodgers beat the 4A/B Mariners 12-2Washington. The 4A/B Dodgers beat the 3A/2A/1A Yankees in the championship game last Sunday.Blaze in Moses Lake fastpitch tourney John Cleveland II photo Martha Taylor waits for the throw at second base for Brewster during leagueplay last week. Kendra Variance is shown backing up the play.Brewster Blaze, 12 and under girls fastpitch softball team,competed at the Sun Basin Early Bird Tournament in Moses Lake on May 19-20. The Blaze lost toRichland 11-9 in the opening game of the tourna- ment. Martha Taylor was 3-3 with a double, home run and three RBIs, Macie Webster was 2-3 with a double and two RBIs and Reba Guzman was 1- 2 with one RBI. Brewster beat the Spokane Sliders 15-11 in their second game. Macie Webster was 2-3 with a double and three RBIs, Aracelli Arellano was 2-2 with two home runs and three RBIs, Rebecca lsensee had one hit, Isis Ayestas had one hit and Ashley Tupling had one hit. The Blaze lost to the Wenatchee Stars i 5-6 in their third game. Rebecca lsensee was 2-3 with three RBIs, Martha Taylor had one hit and Macie Webster had one hit. Brewster lost to the Colville Tribe team 15-3 in their final game. Macie Webster had one hit, Martha Taylor had one hit and Rebecca Isensee had one hit. The Blaze beat Methow Valley 18-8 last Thursday afternoon in summer-league play. Isis Ayestas had two hits, Kendra Vallance had two hits and four runs scored, Rebecca Isensee had two hits and three runs scored and Whitney Scheller had one hit. Isis Ayestas pitched a three-hitter for the win with nine slrike outs. Brewster tied the Chelan Lightening 11-11 in five innings last Mon- day afternoon. Kendra Vallance had two hits and two runs scored, Macie Webster had two hits and two runs scored, Rebecca lsensee had two hits and two runs scored and Ashley Tupling had one hit. Isis Ayestas and Ashley Tupling pitched a combined five innings and gave up four hits and struck out eight batters. The Brewster Blaze will play in a tournament at Brewster on June 23- 24 and also at the Apple Empire Invitational in Brewster for 12 and under teams on June 30-July 1.e Cody Gunn, a Brewster High School graduate, was selected in the twenty-first round of the Major League Baseball draft by the St. Louis Cardinals as the 644 pick overall on June 6. Gunn played a key role in Brewster Bears baseball the last four years as the starting catcher. He won two State IA Baseball Championships with the Bears and helped them place second last year. Cody has been a catcher since playing Youth Baseball at both Omak and l ak Roosevelt and continued to catch in Babe Ruth and throughout high school at Brewster. "I didn't start thinking about play- ing Major League Baseball until last year," said Cody Gunn, Brewster graduate. "'I didn't think it was possible until last year." Gunn reported to Jupiter, Florida on Wednesday, June 13 for a mini-camp and to play some games for about three days and then he will report to Johnson City, Tennessee where he will join the Johnson City Cardinals, rookie league class 1A, which is a minor-league team affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals. The Johnson City Cardinals are part of the Appalachian League in the class IA rookie league. "I love baseball and have always been a catcher," said Gunn. "I enjoy catching because you are always in on the action -- there is always some- thing going on. I can't wait to get down there and start playing."I Gunn officially signedwith the St.Louis Cardinals last Monday, June 11.

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