|10/8/2012 5:48:00 PM|
Quincy ruins Chelan's homecoming, 21-0
From Darren Talley
|Mirror photo by Michelle Lovato|
CHS Football quarterback, Luke Gleasman runs with the ball during the second quarter of play at CHS’ Oct. 5 Homecoming game.
Lake Roosevelt 39
Manson Football 27
COULEE DAM -- Lake Roosevelt held off visiting Manson, 39-27, Friday.
The loss drops Manson to 0-5 on the season.
The Trojans travel to White Swan in a 2B Central League game Friday, October 12.
The Cougars are 4-2. White Swan lost 38-14 in their recent league outing against Kittitas.
Lake Roosevelt, now 5-1, travel to Oroville to encounter the Hornets in a 2B Central Washington outing on Friday, Oct. 12.
The Hornets go into the outing with a record of 3-3. Oroville won 28-27 in their recent league outing against Liberty Bell (Winthrop, WA)
Manson Volleyball 1
Liberty Bell 3
The Manson Lady Trojans had their first league loss to the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions Tuesday night. The girls started the game strong starting with a win in the first game but could not keep it together the rest of the game. The girls had several really long rallies and played really well, we just couldn't finish the rallies. Highlights of the game were the setting wonder Lucy Angulo who put up 20 assists and digging champ Raechel Vanderholm who led the team in that category. Kendra Ellsworth led the pack at the net with 6 kills for the night. We look forward to playing Bridgeport on Tuesday and marking the halfway point of the season.
Scores: 25-23, 13-25, 17-25, 16-25
Individual stats: Lucy Angulo - 3 digs, 5 kills, 20 assists; Kristen Gibson - 1 kill, 10 assists; Davia Walters - 3 kills, 2 assists, 1 ace; Kendra Ellsworth - 3 digs, 6 kills, 1 ace; Jana Russell - 2 digs,2 kills, 1 assist, 2 aces; Raechel Vanderholm - 6 digs, 3 kills, 1 ace; Esme Escoto - 2 kills; Aylee Neff - 5 digs
From Coach Casey Zander
Manson XC runners at Omak Invit.
OMAK -- The Manson cross country team participated in the Omak Invitational held at East Omak Park on Oct. 2. It was an extremely blustery day which made for challenging running conditions. Of course all the participants were facing the same challenge so there was no advantage gained or lost.
There were 10 teams participating in the meet, 4 "B" schools and 6 "A" schools. The schools on the "B" level included Liberty Bell and Republic, both of which are rated in the top 10 in the state.
Manson had 7 runners participate. The boys ran exceptionally well, everyone one of them running faster for this distance than they ever had before. Although we only finished in 7th place as a team we ran well and our placing is more due to the quality of the competition rather than our lack of talent.
We were led by 2 sophomores, Angel Garcia and Sam Thomas, who finished within 2 seconds of each other. Miguel Leyva broke 19 minutes for the first time and was our No. 3 runner. Olegario Orozco ran in his first race of the season and also broke 19 minutes. Senior Daniel Martinez ran in his first race ever and completely exceeded expectations by breaking 20 minutes and running as our No. 5 runner. Salvador Leyva continued his huge improvements by running 20:06, over a minute faster than he just ran on Saturday. Our No. 7 runner was Jesse Russell, also competing in his first race. He broke 21 minutes which is outstanding for his first race.
Our next meet is on Saturday in Leavenworth. I expect the team to continue to make huge improvements now that the air is clear and we can take our training outside where cross country runners belong.
7th grader competes
Manson Middle School cross country runner, 7th grader Cody Amsden, competed in the Omak Middle School cross country meet last Tuesday. Cody ran exceptionally well, running a mile and a half in 10:35 and placing 9th among 7th grade boys there. He did a great job pacing himself by not going out too fast so that he passed many runners over the last half mile of the course.
From Coach Kurt Toolson
CHS Head Coach
Homecoming night and a new team in the CTL. A fun and entertaining new meeting for a growing and maturing Chelan team. Chelan fought hard, but gave Quincy great field position on three first half turnovers leading to a 14 point deficit at the half. In the second half it was a back and forth battle, with Quincy scoring once more in the fourth quarter to make the final Chelan 0 - Quincy 21.
Offensively for Chelan Luke Gleasman completed 12 of 21 attempts for 109 yards. Quincy's strong defense held Chelan to just 23 yards rushing on the night. Kai Clausen carried the ball 6 times for 19 yards. Mykey Flowers carried the ball 3 times for 6 yards. Bobby Anderson carried the ball twice for 3 yards, and Zach Burchett carried the ball 4 times for 1 yard.
The defensive team was on the field a lot for Chelan and stepped up big time from a week ago in every category. Leading the team was Asa Schwartz with 16 tackles (5 solos, 8 assists, 2 Behind the Line of Scrimmage (BLOS), 1 QB sack and one fumble recovery. Alex Cortez had 14 tackles (10 solos, 4 assists). Bobby Anderson had 10 tackles (4 solos, 6 assists). Luke Gleasman had 9 tackles (6 solos, 2 assists, 1 BLOS). Michael LaHaye had 8 tackles (4 solos, 4 assists). Zach Burchett had 6 tackles (5 solos, 1 assists). Kai Clausen had 6 tackles (4 solos, 2 assists). Luis Garcia had 6 tackles (4 solos, 2 assists). Tanner Hendricks had 1 solo tackle and one interception returned for 11 yards. Erick Oscarson, Jose Padilla, and Julian Buyas and had one tackle. Our defense made some great stops, but was on the field too much of the game. We made some major steps forward and played a much better game defensively than a week ago. Many first time varsity players are coming alive and starting to enjoy the physical part of the game.
Jared Anderson did a great job punting, and kicking off for the Mountain Goats. Jared is really working on the finer detail of his craft. Asa Schwartz did his usual outstanding job with all the long snapping duties, which go unnoticed unless there is an errant snap. Another perfect game for Asa who snaps with great authority, and could make just one more thing the junior football star might have as an asset someday when he heads to the college football ranks.
At the 10:49 mark in the second quarter Quincy's Andy Vargas scored on an 8 yard run. Quincy's PAT attempt was no good. Quarterback Luke Gleasman was tackled in his own end zone by Carter Bushman at the 9:39 mark in the second quarter for a 2 point safety. Late in the second quarter with 3:05 left in the half Quincy's QB Jacob Durfee scored on a 3 yard run. Quincy went for a 2 point conversion, but Chelan held. Score 14 - 0 Quincy at the break. The last score of the day happened just entering the fourth quarter at the 11:34 mark, when Quincy QB Jacob Durfee scored again on a 4 yard run this time. The extra point was kicked by Mario Figueroa making the final Quincy 21 - Chelan 0.
Chelan will travel to Omak Friday Oct. 12 to take on the Pioneers at 7 p.m.
The Chelan Goat JV football team had a big win against the Cascade JV team on Monday winning 44-6. Eli Jenkins threw touchdown passes to Ty Miller, Chris Turini and Julian Buyas. Tanner Johnson, Salvador Gonzales and Ty Miller had rushing touchdowns. Warren Gormley and Julian Buyas both had interceptions while on defense. The offensive and defensive line played well in the win.
From Coach Darren Talley
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