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Bear baseball advances

Omak, Okanogan meet in showdown

— Bi-district 1A baseball playoffs started yesterday at Larson Field, 2501 W. Broadway Ave.

Cashmere (16-4) was slated to play at Lakeside (11-9) in game 1 and Medical Lake (12-8) was at Brewster (17-3) in game 2. Both were loser-out games.

The winners advance to play champions from each district Saturday at Paul Thomas Sr. Field, 1300 Fifth St., on the Wenatchee Valley College campus, to determine the four seeds to the state tournament.

The winner of game 1 plays Cascade (16-4) at 10 a.m. in game 3 and the winner of game 2 plays Freeman (18-1) at 12:30 p.m. in game 4.

The winners of the first round Saturday play in the championship game at 3 p.m. for No. 1 and No. 2 seeds to regional play.

The losers of the first round play at 5:30 p.m. for the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds to regionals.


BREWSTER – The Brewster High School baseball team entered postseason as the No. 2 seed from the Caribou Trail League after tying with Cashmere.

The Bears wrapped up the regular season by blasting Tonasket, 17-2 and 10-0, on senior night last Saturday.

“Senior day is always kind of rough, you never know if kids are going to come out and be focused or if they’ll be distracted by all the happenings,” Brewster coach Todd Phillips said. “It’s also tough for someone like me because I have known all of these kids since they were little boys.”

Brewster seniors include Easton Driessen, Adrian Urias, Cameron Jacobson and Hunter Riggan.

“Easton was the bat boy when we won state in 2001,” Phillips said. “I have his autograph in his little 5-year-old script on a ball from that game. Adrian is my best friend’s cousin and he’s always been around.”

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