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Members of the Brewster High School 2018 varsity track and field team include, front row, from left: Kylee Clune (9), Maria Ruiz (9), Kimberly Nila (11), Maritza Silva (11), Adriana Orozco (11), Rosa Tinoco (12), Julissa Olvera (11), Miriam Garcia (9), and Javier Whitehouse (10). Middle row, from left: Chisato Motowaki (10), Esther Ponce (9), Brisa Aparicio (9), Victoria Torres (9), Melissa Garcia (9), Betty Martinez, 11), Kelsey Ochoa (10), Mario Guzman (9), Angel Clune (10). Back row, from left: Hanna Williams (9), Karste Wright (10), Ernie Nanamkin (11), Ubaldo Arellano (12), Anthony Talavera (9), Juan Garcia (11), Rodolfo Madrid (10), Giovanni Nila (9), and Oscar Guzman (9).
BREWSTER – State track veterans Karste Wright and Ernie Nanamkin are among a near-three-dozen athletes who comprise the Bears varsity track and field team this season. Nanamkin, a junior, placed sixth in the javelin and eighth in the 400 meters as a sophomore at the 2017 state championships in...
BREWSTER – A young Bears’ varsity baseball team comprised largely of freshmen and sophomores made it to the Elite Eight in the state baseball championship last year. Now they are back for another season, following the loss of their only senior, Eric Martinez, to graduation. The Bears are still a...

Members of the Brewster High School varsity girls’ softball team include, back row, from left: Bizzy Stam, Michaun Kelpman, Mikenna Kelpman, Yvette Sanchez, Marlisa Garcia, Maret Miller, Abby Urias, and Sammi Emigh. Kneeling, from left: Anah Wulf, Vicky Sanchez, Halle Aparicio, Cynthia Sanchez, and Ana Aparicio.
REWSTER – The way the Brewster varsity softball team played in its five-team Jamboree last Saturday, March 10, one would think the Lady Bears had been away from the ball diamond for the past 10 months. The Lady Bears hosted 2A Sumner from the South Puget Sound District, 1A Chelan and Okanogan from...

Photo by Mike Maltais Members of the Brewster High School 2018 varsity boys’ soccer team include, back row, from left: Ramiro Rincón, Miguel Chacon, Ariel Perea, Ricardo Gallaga, Rodrigo Gomez, Alexis Pío, Carlos, García, Juan Diego Carrillo, Noe Soto, Angel Maldonado, Juan Diego Ruiz, José Tinoco, Brian Talavera, Daniel Sahagon, and coach Jenner Sanon. Front row, from left: José Gómez, John Benitez, Michael Perea, Ricardo García, Florentino Perez, Javier Rosario, Felix Nava, Carlos, Najera, Juan Oscar Cázares, Jesus Arevalo, Luis Hernandez, Juan Perez, José Jaime Ortega, Ricardo Ruiz, and Santiago Salazar. Not pictured: coach Felipe Torres.
BREWSTER – Coming off a Central Washington 2B league championship and third-place finish in District 5/6 last year, the Brewster High School varsity boys’ soccer team is leaner after losing a dozen seniors to graduation last June. Despite the loss of a leadership core of the team, the Bears have...

A happy Brewster Bears varsity basketball team hoists the fourth-place state trophy won at the state basketball championships in Spokane March 3.
SPOKANE – The Brewster Bears parlayed a 16-0 league and 23-5 overall record into the fourth-place state championship trophy at the WIAA State Basketball Championships in Spokane, March 3. Brewster lost it opening regional round to eventual state champion Kittitas, 72-48, but battled through four...

Colin Poppie moves left to make a running catch and land on mats to cushion his fall.
WATERVILLE – The Waterville-Mansfield varsity baseball team will take to the diamond absent any Mansfield players this year, according to coach Cody Brunner. Brunner, in his first year as head coach for the Shockers, said the team’s strength this season will come from its senior leadership. “We...

This year’s Waterville-Mansfield High School varsity softball team includes, includes, in no particular order, Makalya Kelley, Jordan Adams, Alyssa Hansen, McKenna Gurnard, Elianna Silva, Claire Ashley, Codee Fry-Reid, Breana Ballmes, Cithlali Chavez, Ari Salcido, and Ella Osborne.
WATERVILLE-MANSFIELD -- The Lady Shockers finished in the middle of the Central Washington 2B league last season and made it as far as the first round of District 5/6 competition before elimination in the loser-out game. Coach Rubin Salcido lost half of his team, six seniors, to graduation last...

Members of the Bridgeport High School 2018 varsity track and field team include, front row, from left: Catalina Martinez, Yojaira Velazquez, Anayeli Trejo, Yohana Velazquez, Lesly Velasco, Alexander Vazquez, and Itzel Muniz. Second row, from left: Jennifer Gomez, Emily Saucedo, Monica Trejo, Karla Torres, Jasmine LeDuc, Antonio Flores, and Hunter Anson. Third row, from left: Alexander Parbol, Christian Smith, Joseph LeDuc, Federico Colin, Kaiden Morris, Issac Ochoa, Verania Velazquez, Joanna Prestegui, Luis Cervantes, and Jesus Herrera. Fourth row, from left: Alex Perea, Jesus Alameda, Gilberto Padilla, Ricky Vazquez, Santiago Moreno, Arturo Perez, Steven Bucio, Juan Trejo, and Fani Medel.
BRIDGEPORT – Four Filly veterans from the 2017 state track and field championships in Cheney will lead Bridgeport’s near-three-dozen varsity competitors into this year’s track and field season. Emily Saucedo, Jasmine Leduc, Itzel Munoz and Lesly Velasco were among a dozen Bridgeport athletes who...

Members of the Bridgeport Nannies 2018 varsity softball team include, front row, from left: Maria Santana, Ana Perez, Anissa Bustos, Angie Valdovinos, Johana Guzman, Marisol Hernandez, and Khalela Asilo. Second row, from left: Coach Caitlin Huber, Michelle Parbol, Bianca Torres, Citlaly Guzman, Giselle Garcia, Rae Dodson, Irene Jimenez, Karen Gonzalez, and coach Samantha Torres.
BRIDGEPORT – The Fillies varsity softball team turned out for their first practice on Feb. 26, with hopes of improving this season’s win record over last year’s last place finish in the Central Washington 2B league. And the Bridgeport girls are in a good position to do just that with most of the...

Members of the Bridgeport Mustangs varsity soccer team include, front row, from left: Edgar Alvarez, Alexis Valdovinos, Osvaldo Orosco, Ronaldo Ubaldo, Brandon Valdovinos, Oscar Gomez, Carlos Ruiz, Christian Aguilar, and John Hernandez. Second row, from left: Samuel Garcia, Keven Cervantes, Freddy Valdovinos, Juan Garcia, Jose Garcia, Leonel Espinoza, Tony Ruiz, Hector Villegas, and Elvis Gomez.
BRIDGEPORT – Following a tough 2017 season, the Mustangs varsity boys’ soccer team hopes to bring more experience with a young roster of players, most of whom are returning to the pitch this year. The Mustangs held their first team practice on Feb. 26. Of the 35 players on the team last season,...

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