08-09 Chelan Sports

12-29 Christmas Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former Chelan basketball players Brett Linehan, Cam Reister, and Eric Nelson were enjoying watching their former team play during the first day of the Chelan Holiday Tournament.

 

Chelan girls and boys overcome opponents on first day

By Richard Uhlhorn

 

A full story on this year’s annual Christmas Holiday Basketball Tournament featuring LaSalle, Lakeside, Eatonville and Chelan will be on-line sometime Wednesday, December 31.

 

Last night in the Chelan gymnasium, both the Lady Goats and Goats were victorious in their respective games.

 

On the girls side, the Lady Goats defeated two-time State 1A Champions Eatonville by a squeaker, 51-48 after leading at one time in the fourth quarter by eight points. High scorer for Chelan was Jaicee Harris pumping in 14 points and pulling down an amazing 16 rebounds. She did turn the ball over 10 times,b ut also dished out one assist and stole the ball three times. Kelli Bowers was next in scoring with nine solid points followed by Sydney Austin with eight points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jaicee Harris goes up against an Eatonville player.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scoring by period went as follows:

          Eatonville          13      9     10     16   -   48

          Chelan               12    12     12     15   -   51

 

On the boys side it was junior Joe Harris leading the scoring with 27 points in their win over Lakeside 61-34. Harris also had six rebounds, six assists and eight blocks during the game.

 

Mat Engstrom was strong under the basket with 10 rebounds on the night and seven hard earned points. Evan Reister had eight points to help the Goats to this win.

 

To give Lakeside some credit, they never gave up, were courteous with the exception of one technical foul handed out and are in a rebuilding period after losing a number of seniors last year.

 

Coach Joe Harris continues to use these non-league games to work out strategies and give everyone on the bench an opportunity for good minutes.

 

Chelan's Chase Anderson goes for a shot while being fouled by Lakeside's Casey Duclos.

 

Today, the Lady Goats will play a strong, fast running LaSalle beginning at 5 p.m. and the boys will take on Eatonville at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former Chelan basketball players Brett Linehan, Cam Reister, and Eric Nelson were enjoying watching their former team play during the first day of the Chelan Holiday Tournament.

 

Chelan girls and boys overcome opponents on first day

By Richard Uhlhorn

 

A full story on this year’s annual Christmas Holiday Basketball Tournament featuring LaSalle, Lakeside, Eatonville and Chelan will be on-line sometime Wednesday, December 31.

 

Last night in the Chelan gymnasium, both the Lady Goats and Goats were victorious in their respective games.

 

On the girls side, the Lady Goats defeated two-time State 1A Champions Eatonville by a squeaker, 51-48 after leading at one time in the fourth quarter by eight points. High scorer for Chelan was Jaicee Harris pumping in 14 points and pulling down an amazing 16 rebounds. She did turn the ball over 10 times,b ut also dished out one assist and stole the ball three times. Kelli Bowers was next in scoring with nine solid points followed by Sydney Austin with eight points.

 

Scoring by period went as follows:

          Eatonville          13      9     10     16   -   48

          Chelan               12    12     12     15   -   51

 

On the boys side it was junior Joe Harris leading the scoring with 27 points in their win over Lakeside 61-34. Harris also had six rebounds, six assists and eight blocks during the game.

 

Mat Engstrom was strong under the basket with 10 rebounds on the night and seven hard earned points. Evan Reister had eight points to help the Goats to this win.

 

To give Lakeside some credit, they never gave up, were courteous with the exception of one technical foul handed out and are in a rebuilding period after losing a number of seniors last year.

 

Coach Joe Harris continues to use these non-league games to work out strategies and give everyone on the bench an opportunity for good minutes.

 

Today, the Lady Goats will play a strong, fast running LaSalle beginning at 5 p.m. and the boys will take on Eatonville at 7 p.m.


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