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~glPuP*#4 B August 11, 2011 LLEY PORTS River Dogs open Series with "Ws" CB falls to defending champions in third game FROM STAFF REPORTS Ephrata - It didn't take long for Johnny Na- varre to earn his keep for the Columbia Basin River Dogs at the 2011 Senior Babe Ruth World Series baseball tournament at Johnson O'Brien Stadium in Ephrata. All he had to do was circle the bags and then score the winning run in the bottom of the sev- enth inning. The River Dogs stand at 2-1 with one game left in pool play, Wednesday night, against Onondaga, N.Y. Mobile, Ala. 8, Columbia Basin 1 The defending World Series champions tripped up Columbia Basin by a score of 8-1 on Monday. It was the first loss of the tourna- ment for the host squad. Navarre, we started at centerfield, was credited with one of the four River Dogs hits and he had a stolen base. Columbia Basin 8, San Gabriel, Calif. 4 After falling behind 2-0 to the Californians, the River Dogs exploded in the fourth inning for seven runs off of five errors. Columbia Basin was out hit 10 to 6, but did not have on error. Navarre drew a walk in his only appearance at the plate and made a couple of catches at center field. The winning pitcher was Stockton Taylor (Brewster), who had seven strikeouts versus three walks. The save went to Cody Johns (Naches). Third baseman Amando DeLeon had the big bat going with the only home run of the game and scoring twice. Columbia Basin 4, Ottumwa, Iowa 3 The gust day of pool play pitted the host River Dogs again st Ottumwa, Iowa and the game went into the seventh inning knotted at 3-all. Navarro entered the game as a pinch runner for Andrew Walker (Naches) and before long Was on third base after a bunt by Tony Heruandez (Moses Lake). The winning run came on a suicide bunt by Bryton Redal (Moses Lake). Navarro dove headfirst into home plate, narrowly avoiding the tagby Ottumwa catcher Tyler Evans for the 4-3 win. Davis Engel (Ellensburg) got the win giving up seven hits in seven innings and striking out six batters. Short stop Cameron Alvarado (Moses Lake) led the team at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a run, a double and a RBI. Kurtis J. Wood~Post-Register Johnny Navarro stares down a,ball during warm-ups prior to Monday night's game against Mobile, Ala. v~POST-REGISTER Hein wins Rebel Jackson Memorial BY RITA WITTE & BART HECTOR, JR Ephrata Raceway Park It was the return of NSRA for the annual Rebel Jackson Memo- rial at Ephrata Saturday night with Rebel Jackson, Jr and family in at- tendance. With 22 cars starting the NSRA50 lap main event Sierra Jackson took off on the first lap to lead the first 15. Matt Hein, starting in the ninth spot, took over the lead on lap 16 from Jackson and dominated the rest of the way. Johnny Geisler took second and Andy Alberding third. Andrew Razey captured another win in the Kiln Janke State Farm Agent Youth Hornets main event. Right at the green flag, Andrew was on the pedal and took the lead by the second lap. Patrick Hector stayed right behind him throughout the race. The red flag came out for a three-car pileup involving Chase Mulalley, Doug Brown, Jr. and the worst going to Diana Schaible, who took a side trip to the ER to be checked out and later released. The race was called during the red flag, with Razey taking his sixth main event win. Second went to Patrick Hector. In the Schaeffer Oil Mini Stocks, JR Miner took the lead early, with Chase Kirk right behind him until mechanical problems sent him to the pits. It appeared that Miner had it all wrapped up, but Doug Brown was working his way through traffic and ended up catching Miner and making several attempts to take the lead, but it wasn't enough and Miner grabbed the win, with second going to Brown. The Jerry's Auto Supply Big Car main event was full of bumps and crashes, but in the end Ray Hahne ended up on top with his main event win. Thank you to all the fans who sup- ported the Rebel Jackson Memorial and Ephrata Raceway Park. Next week it is again the best of local rac- ing with the Kim Janke State.Farm Agent Youth Hornets, Schaeffer Oil Mini Stocks (rainout race), Ephrata Pioneer Muffler II Pure Stocks, Pepsi Racing Street Stocks and the Super Stocks. NSRA A Trophy Dash: Ron Larsen. B Trophy Dash: Greg Middendorf. A Heat: Greg Middendorg. B Heat: Matt Hein. Main Event: 1) Matt Hein 2) John Geisler 3) Andy Alberdin 4)Ron Larson 5) Sierra Jackson 6 )Todd Cole- man 7)Darren Spiers 8)Vern Scevers 9)Justin Mack lO)Wyatt King 11)Greg Middendorf12 ) Chri Schmelzle 13)Joe Smith 14)Brian Warf l 5 )Adams Smith 16) Don Allen Kim Janke State Farm Agent Youth Hornets Fast Time: Andrew Razey 17.85 .A Trophy Dash: Diana Schaible. Heat Race: 1)Patrick Hector 2)Chase Mulalley 3) Diana Schaible 4)Andrew Razey, dnf, Doug Brown, Jr., dnf. Main Event: 1)Andrew Razey 2) Patrick Hector 3)Doug Brown Jr. 4)Diana Schaible, dnf Schaeffer Oil Mini STocks Fast Time: David Macken 16.61. A Trophy Dash: Sid White. B Trophy Dash: Eddie Razey. A Heat Race: 1) Sid White 2) David Macke 3) Dallas White 4)Doug Brown, dnf S)JR Miner, dnf . B Heat Race : 1)Chase Kirk 2)Tim Clark 3) Eddie Raze?/4)Robert Mar- tin. Main Event: 1) JR Miner 2)Doug Brown 3) David Macken 4)Dallas White 5) Eddie Razey .6) Fred Moore 7) Tim Clark 8)Robert Martin. 9)Sid White, dnf lO)Chase Kirk, dnf Big Cars A Trophy Dash." John Blackburn. B Trophy Dash: Michael White. Heat Race: John Blackburn 2) Chad Moore 3) Ray Hahne 4)Phillip Love 5) Shawn Witte, 6) ChuckJohnson, dnf7)Jeremy Larsen,dnf . Main Event: 1) Ray Hahne 2) Chuck Johnson3) Philip Love 4) Nathan Schell, 5) Shawn Witte, dnf 6) Christian Hawkins,dnf 7) John Blackburn, dnf. Kurtis J. Wood~Post-Register Top - Matt Hein won the Rebel Jackson Memorial main event by leading 35 of the 50 laps. Above - JR Miner (7) gets caught up with Dallas White during the Schaeffer Oil mini stock heat race. Miner walked awy from the crash and came back to win the main event. , ,: =, . .