High School Sports


The Bridgeport High School 2017 varsity track and field team members include, front row, from left; Mateo Martinez, Nicanor Palacios, Ethan Skiff, Rubi Galvan, Edgar Alcantara, Josias Lucas, Leonardo Sanchez, Jose Lopez, Luis Cervantes, and Jenny Gomez. Pictured in the second row, from left, are: Maura Morales, Samantha Martinez, Emily Saucedo, Elizabeth Landin, Jesse Gomez, Ana Trejo, Catalina Martinez, Alondra Jimenez, Liliana Medel, Yareli Palacios, Yojaira Velazquez, Karina Craig, Itzel Muniz, Lesly Velasco, Jesus Alameda, Steven Bucio, Jesus Bravo, Raquel Hernandez, and Maria Silva. Third row, from left, includes: Esmeralda Garcia, David Ochoa, Ivette Orozco, Yohana Velazquez, Kaiden Morris, Brevin Evenson, Kobe Oregon, Lupe Cancino, Jonathon Taizan, Clay Morris, Ivan Munoz, Joshua Villegas, Ronaldo Ubaldo, Jordi Hernandez, Ian Dodson, Issac Ochoa, Juan Trejo, and Jasmine LeDuc.
 BRIDGEPORT – Nearly 50 Mustangs and Fillies, including state veterans and school record-holders, will give the high school varsity track and field team a large and well-spread representation at meets this year. Coach Mike Selle said he has state veterans in David Ochoa, Nicanor Palacios, Jenny...

Sophomore, Isaac Baker (12) gets fouled on a shot attempt and then hits one-for-two from the free-throw line.
SPOKANE – It was anybody’s game right down to the final seconds between the Brewster Bears and Liberty (Spangle) Lancers as both teams fought to survive the loser-out first round of Central Washington 2B state basketball competition in the Spokane Arena last Wednesday, March 1. As the clock played...

Edgar Najera drives by Liberty’s Tyler Hass…

Marta Martinez connects for two of her six points during last Friday’s Regional playoff game against White Swan.
WENATCHEE – When they most needed a solid four-quarter performance game, the Lady Bears could not get their shots to drop in the second quarter as Brewster fell to the White Swan Cougars, 53-41, in Regional playoff action in the Panthers gym last Friday, Feb. 24. Brewster got off to a good start...
BREWSTER – A pair of Brewster High School varsity basketball players - boys senior guard, Edgar Najera, and girls junior guard, Maret Miller - were selected as the Central Washington 2B League’s Most Valuable Players by coaches and athletic directors last week. The coaches and AD’s met at Brewster...

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