10-11 Chelan Sports

Spring Sports update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to field event coach Brett Pittsinger, Abraham Arias is currently the third best in the Discus in the Caribou Trail League.

 

Spring Sports teams have been busy in the past week

By Richard Uhlhorn (reports by coaching staffs)

 

Golf:

On April 26, the Chelan Golf team traveled to Leavenworth Golf Club to take on the Cascade Kodiaks. “Conditions were beautiful other than a few gusts of wind,” reported Coach Kirk Einspahr. “The predicted rain, snow and cold weather held off for the day.”

 

The Chelan boys scored a decisive 333 to 371 victory over the Cascade boys. Cristian Krumbah and Ian Cowell were co-medalists at the match, each shooting a 7-over par 78. Zach Burchett also had a great day on the course, shooting his season-best with an 83.

 

On the girls side, only the first group of ladies finished all 18 holes. Sam Cooper took medalist honors with a 95 and Cascade’s Amanda Howard stroking a 102. Chelan’s freshman Quinn Cooper had a 109. Junior Lexi Burchett had a great day with a 49 on the first nine.

 

Chelan’s next competition is a non-league match at home on Thursday, April 28, with Quincy, followed by a tournament for the girls in Chewelah on Friday. Chewelah is also the location for Bi-District qualifying for State.

 

Soccer:

 

Chelan soccer team traveled to Cashmere to take on the Bulldogs on April 26. “After a game full of high intensity and aggressive play, Chelan prevailed and beat the Bulldogs 3-2” wrote Assistant Coach Jim Broome.

 

Cashmere got the first goal in the eighth minute of the game. Chelan's Eleazar Galvan scored the Goats' first goal in the 32nd minute when he put the ball in the upper corner of the far post on a 25-yard free kick.  Freshman defender Julio Vera got Chelan’s second goal in the 47th minute. 

 

Cashmere tied the game at 2-all in the 63rd minute, but four minutes later, senior captain JJ Ramirez gave Chelan the lead for good.

 

Both teams played very tough for a full eighty minutes. We would like to applaud Isaac Perez who again had to play goalkeeper because of the injury Ruben Medina experienced against Cascade. Isaac did a great job at goal and is starting to get his form back. Jorge Barajas and Edy Bahena also played important defensive roles for Chelan.  Both played aggressive games and won many 50-50 balls in the air.

 

On Saturday, April 23, Chelan played Cascade in Leavenworth and won the match 2-1 in a golden goal overtime.

 

Chelan played a great passing game, but Cascade found the back of the net first in the 5th minute of the game. In the 14th minute, Chelan's Isaac Perez found the back of the net to tie the game.  Shortly after Isaac scored his goal, Chelan goalkeeper Ruben Medina was injured when he came out to make a save and got kicked in the hand. Ruben had to leave the game soon after that save and Isaac Perez replaces him as Chelan’s goalkeeper. “Isaac did a great job in goal and really stepped up and did what the team needed him to do at goal.”

 

At the end of 80 minutes the score is still tied at one.  The teams ended the first five minute overtime still tied. Two minutes into the second overtime, senior captain JJ Ramirez sent a beautiful cross to sophomore Ray Galvan who was wide open on the other side of the field. Galvan trapped the ball down and kicked a beautifully driven ball near post right past the Cascade goalkeeper to win the game.

 

Chelan’s JV also won 3-0.

 

Chelan is now 10 and 1 overall and still undefeated in league play.

 

On Thursday, April 21, Manson got revenge from Chelan’s early win and beat Chelan in a hard fought, close non-league match 3-2.

 

Tennis:

 

Chelan’s tennis team played Cashmere on Tuesday, April 26, in Cashmere. “The girls lost to the undeafeated Cashmere girls by a very close score again,” stated Coach Marty Rothlisberger. “We’ll take another crack at them in the (upcoming) District Tournament.”

 

Rothlisberger is hoping that the girls can win a few more points in those close games.

 

The boys lost to Cashmere 5-0.

Boys:  Cashmere 5, Chelan 0
#1 Singles:  Elliot McLeod def Matt Robinson 6-1, 6-3
#2 Singles:  Warren Robertson def Jaden Smiley 6-2, 6-0
#3 Singles:  Brian Norwood def Forest Brown 6-0, 6-2
#1 Doubles:  Nathan Sites-Adam Ross def Dylan Sloan-Misael Arechiga 6-3, 6-2
#2 Doubles:  Chad Raven-Dawson Taylor def Jorge Maldonado-Kailen Swensen 7-5, 6-4
Girls:  Cashmere 3, Chelan 2
#1 Singles:  Stephanie O'Bryan (Cash) def Maghara DePaoli 6-2, 6-4
#2 Singles:  Mikela Kowatsch (Cash) def Heather Poppie 6-1, 6-0
#3 Singles:  Tasha Kowatsch (Cash) def Emma Palumbo 7-5, 6-2
#1 Doubles:  Megan Robinson-Livi Plew (Ch) def Joslin Odle-Rachel Tucker 6-4, 6-1
#2 Doubles:  Clancy Courtney-McKenna Hawkins (Ch) def Sammy O'Bryan-Meg Green 6-2,7-6(8-6)

On Thursday, April 21, the Chelan tennis team played Cascade and the boys won its match 3-2 and the girls won their match 4-1. “We swept the singles action,” stated Rothlisberger.

Boys:  Chelan 3, Cascade 2
#1 Singles:  Matt Robinson (Ch) def Sam Fields 6-2, 6-3
#2 Singles:  Dylan Sloan (Ch) def Dylan Petterson 6-1, 6-1
#3 Singles:  Jaden Smiley (Ch) def Andy Gibbs 6-3, 6-4
#1 Doubles:  Daniel Smoots-Max Pickel (Casc) def Misael Arechiga-Forest Brown 6-3, 6-2
#2 Doubles:  Micah Murphy-Paul Hartl (Casc) def Kailen Swensen-James Blixt 6-7(3-7), 6-3, 6-4

Girls:  Chelan 4, Cascade 1
#1 Singles:  Maghara DePaoli (Ch) def Noelle Parton 6-3, 6-1
#2 Singles:  Megan Robinson (Ch) def Emma Eastep 6-0, 6-4
#3 Singles:  Livi Plew (Ch) def Jasmine Burt 6-0, 6-2
#1 Doubles:  Tori Smith-Emily Vincent (Casc) def Clancy Courtney-McKenna Hawkins 6-4, 3-6, 6-3
#2 Doubles:  Heather Poppie-Emma Palumbo (Ch) def Mekensie Whaley-Autumn Willms 6-1, 6-1

 

Baseball:

 

Chelan travelled to Cashmere on Tuesday, April 26 and lost a tough one 11-1

 

Gabe Quigley started on the mound and went five very strong innings and gave up only one earned run, but defensively, the infield and outfield gave up too many errors to over come.

 

Evan Reister went 1-2 with a lead off triple and then scoree on a great bunt by Aaron Schramm who was 2-2 on the night.

 

On Saturday, April 23, the Chelan baseball team traveled to Cascade for a doubleheader and ended losing both games 8-1 and 4-0.

 

Chelan will host Cascade on Tuesday, May 3, beginning at 4:30 p.m.

 

Track:

 

Chelan’s track team traveled to Quincy to compete in the Larsen Allen Invitational Meet on Saturday, April 23. The link to that meet’s results are here:

http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=119320#383

 

“Once again several athletes had their season’s best performances at this meet,” reported Coach Andrea Parnell.

 

All of the girls relay teams (4x100, 4x200, 4x400) had their season’s best performances and the boys earned a season’s best for the 4X400 relay.

 

KariAnna Clausen had a personal best in the 1600 meter run.

 

Personal Records were also set by the following athletes:

GIRLS:

Abby Phelps ( 9th grade) 2oom, Triple Jump

Bre Holloway (11thgrade) 400m

Janette Meneses( 9th grade) 800m

Marissa Palazzo ( 10th Grade) 1600m

Crystal Avila (9thgrade)

Sarah Waszkewitz (12th grade) Shot put, discus

KarleSarah Waszkewitz (12th grade) Shot put, discus

Karle Pittsinger( 9thgrade) shot put

 

BOYS

Tanner Hendricks (9thgrade) High Jump, 110m H. Hurdles

Bobby Anderson (9th grade) 110m H. Hurdles

Billy Poppie (11th grad) 400m

Cole Schwartz(11th Grade) 200m

 

Softball:

Chelan traveled to Cashmere on Tuesday, April 26, and beat the Bulldogs in a tough, tough game, 7-6.

 

Dani Smythe had the mound and pitched all 7 innings striking out 7 and allowing only 5 hits and 3 earned runs.

 

Offensively, Courtney Smith went 2-4 with two doubles, an RBI and 2 runs scored. Dani Smythe was also 2-4 with 2 doubles. Amanda Stewart was 2-3 with 1 run scored and Hailey Habich was 1-4 with a double and 1 run scored.

 

 

Chelan travels to Bellevue on Saturday, April 30.


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