High School Sports


Wearing his late brother’s No. 6 jersey, Kelson Gebbers makes a pitch-out to running back Gio Nila during last Friday’s home game against Wahluke. Mike Maltais/QCH
BREWSTER – The Bears’ home stand against visiting /Wahluke began on a somber note as spectators, classmates, and players held a long moment of silence in memory of senior Cade Gebbers whose death occurred just two days earlier on March 17.  “I am so proud of our players and coaches who...

The undefeated Waterville-Mansfield football team scored half a hundred points in their 52-0 win over the Mustangs at Bridgeport on March 5. This quarterback-to-receiver pass was one of many for the Shockers on the night. Courtesy Brad Skiff, Bridgeport School District

The Brewster Bears varsity football team. Courtesy brewsterbears.org
BREWSTER – The Brewster Bears varsity football team opened its season with a 22-6 win on the road at Manson, March 5. Behind a strong defensive effort the Bears forced turnovers that worked in their favor to hold down the home team’s scoring potential.  “The defense played great all night,” said...
BREWSTER – The Brewster Bears varsity football team opened its season with a 22-6 win on the road at Manson, March 5. Behind a strong defensive effort the Bears forced turnovers that worked in their favor to hold down the home team’s scoring potential. “The defense played great all night,” said...

Bridgeport’s Kayla Torres, left, plays close defense against a Manson opponent during a Fillies’ home stand last March 6. After shutting out Manson 2-0 on the road on March 2 the Bridgeport girls had to settle for a 1-1 split when the Lady Trojans broke a 2-2 tie to squeeze out a 3-2 win four days later. Courtesy Brad Skiff, Bridgeport School District
BRIDGEPORT – The Fillies varsity soccer team opened its season with a 1-1 split against the Manson Lady Trojans on the road and at home during the first week of March. Head coach Gabe Gonzalez reports that the Fillies scored twice before halftime in the first game played March 2 at Manson....
QUAD CITIES – Last week Chelan County school districts announced that for at least the first two weeks of the fall sports season (Feb. 22-March 7) no spectators will not be permitted to attend high school athletic events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “This decision will provide time to...
QUAD CITIES – Athletic directors from schools in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s (WIAA) North Central Region (NCR) which includes Pateros, Brewster, Bridgeport, Mansfield, and Waterville have reached a tentative agreement for spring, fall, and winter sports under the state...

SBLive Sports ranks Brewster sophomore basketball player Kelson Gebbers as a future standout. Courtesy Brewster Sports Facebook
BREWSTER – The sports website scorebooklive.com (SBLive Sports) has named Brewster High School sophomore basketball player Kelson Gebbers the 24th-ranked selection in the state in its first SBLive Boys Basketball Recruiting Rankings. “Our rankings are compiled by SBLive Basketball Analyst Dan...

Aleeka Miller-Smith (holding basketball) poses with teammates and head coach Jared Henton, left, and assistant coach Tom Asmussen, right, after scoring her 1,000th career point. Courtesy Pateros High School
BREWSTER – During the 2019-2020 basketball season three Quad City high school players, two from Brewster and one from Pateros, joined the rarified ranks of sharpshooters who have scored 1,000 or more points during their high school careers. Senior Corey Jarrell and junior Cade Gebbers, both of...
BREWSTER - High School Athletic Director and Middle School Principal Greg Austin has been named the District 6 Athletic Director of the Year by the Washington State Secondary Athletic Administration Association. Austin, a fixture at BHS and Bears’ sports for more than three decades, is...

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