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+ THE { ster THURSDAY, December 11,2014 I 13- WR, from page 12 "I'm going to pin as much as I can," said. Gomez. "I don't usual- ly look for the half, but it seemed to to be open (this weekend)." In the finals he was pinned by Jessie Hegar of Riverside in the second round. Gomez said he was caught in a cradle, but otherwise he had a good tournament. "I can't complain. I thought I wrestled good, but you are going to get caught on little mistakes and I kept my knee to my head and he cradled me." 138-Lindquist won his first two matches by pin. He started with a first-period fall against Adrian Suarez of Moses Lake and anoth- er first-period pin against Scott Chambers of Pendleton. He was pinned in his third match by David Ramos of Kennewick in the third period, but came back to snare third place with a major decision over Allan Cruz of Chiawana. ll3-Salgado grabbed pins against Caleb Alvarado of Moses Lake and Sebastian Barajas of Wahluke to reach the quarterfinals. Both falls came in the second pe- riod. He lost to Logan DeLeon of Wapato 3-1 and lost to Christen Knopp 3-0 to place fourth. 285-Rubio opened with a first-period pin against Cheme Cantu of Othello and followed that with a 3-0 win versus Nick Little of Kamiakin. He lost to eventual champion Nic Workman of Rich- land by pin and lost to Tanner Cook of KiBe 11-3 to place fourth. 160-Vargas opened with a 6-3 loss to Corey Johnson of Chiawa- na, but bounced back with four straight wins. It started with a second-period pin against Moises Cardenas of Othello, then a 5-0 win over JD Peters of Pendleton, followed by an 8-0 major deci- sion over Beau Mauseth of Moses Lake and finally a pin over Tegaan Ochoa of Zillah. 132-Guzman opened with a pin over Shadrach Webb ofWalla Wal- la, but followed that with a 9-6 loss to Alex Ramos of Kennewick. He bounced back with an 8-2 win over Andrew Figueroa of Wenatchee and a 4-0 win over Cristian Fane- la of Wahluke. In his final match he was pinned by Elijah Conlan of Riverside. Lady Jacks The girls wrestled in a round-robin style format at the Bob Mars Invite on Saturday. Kateri Rowell and Zahlee Stephens both won two of three matches. Rowell, who wrestles at 110 pounds, won her first two matches. She opened with a second-period pin, via a half nelson, against Pas- co's Jazmine Ruiz. Her second win was a first-period fall against Hai- ley Cross of Southridge. She lost her final match to Pasco's Laura Maldonado, 8-4. The two entered the third period tied at 4-4. "It was honestly a pretty good match, but Kateri was a little tired," said coach Troy Stephens. At 125 pounds, Zahlee Stephens opened with a pin over Abelita Ne- grete of Othello. She Was leading 9-0 before the pin. Her second match was an 11-5 decision against an unknown wrestler from Kio- ha-Benton, In her last match she was defeated by Jenifer C of Pasco by a score of 3-0. The only points came in the third period off a cheap tilt in the final 30 seconds. Others: Dezarae Weslra was pinned by KiBe's Maria Mort- dragon in the second round. She was able to pick up a win with a first-period pin against Rade McK- une of Kennewick. Mia ViUarreal went 1-1 and ClariVd Gamboa went 0-2. BB, frompage 11 us energy. I thinkjust the flow of in front of Johnson and was the fourth was different and the whistled for a blocking foul and (15 points), who scored 10 of his crowd helped with that. Quincy moments later a technical foul game-high 15 points in the final is a tough defensive team and swung all momentum to the Ti- frame, played well. They should be gers. "Josh was huge, but our depth proud of their players and coach- "When Mark got his.fifth foul wastoo," said Tiger coach Bran- es!" taking a charge and then (Rafa- don Evenson. The Jacks led through the first el Guzman) got a technical for This was the Central Wash- half and leaned on the scoring of bouncing the ball," said Peters- ington Athletic Conference Flores (10 points) and Farias(12 en about the momentum swing opener for both squads and the points). The game was playing into Ephrata's favor. "(it was)_. atmosphere, at least on the vis- into the hands of the Jacks. four free throws for them and itor's side, had more of a chain- "The pace of the game wasthe ball." pionship feel. The Ephrata fans what I wanted," said Quincy The Tigers closed out the were loud, proud and may have coach Wade Petersen. game on a 16-6 run. been the difference down the But the wheels fell off when Others on the board for the stretch, the game was knotted at 29-ai1 Jacks were Eric Navarro (3), "Yeah they are a pretty neat with six and a half minutes to Tobin (3), Guzman (2), Diaz (2) 6th man," said Evenson. "They play. Mark Homing, who al- and Homing (2). Diaz also had take pride in cheermg and giving ready had four fouls, stepped 10rebounds. THE KINGDOM OF GOD PART TWO of FOUR The Jewish leaders were so jealous of Jesus and fearful of losing their authority that they missed the fulfillment of the very prophets that had been taught to the people for over 600 years. A hope had been planted in the hearts of the people by the prophet Danielthat God would establish his kingdom under the rule of one called the son of man and that the son of man's rule would begin during the kings of the Roman Empire. ( Dan 2:44; 7:13-14; Acts 13:27-34) Daniel 2:44 (NASB) 44 "In the days of those kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which will never be destroyed, and that kingdom will not be left for another people; it will crush and put an end to all these kingdoms, but it wilt itself endure forever. There was considerable expectation among the Jews of Jesus day because they knew that they lived in the time which the son of man was prophesied to come and rule. Someone was coming and the people were looking for both fiLm and His kingdom. appeared with the message that the time was fulfilled and the kingdom of GOd was at hand, it was inevitable that huge crowds would come to investigate their message (Mt 3:1-2, 5-6; Mk 1:14-15). Mark 1:15 (NASB) 15 and saying, "The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel." The expression "at hand" meant the Kingdom of God, foretold in the prophets, was about to come at that time and in When first John and then Jesus Quincy church of Christ 25 A Street NE PO Box 624 Quincy, WA 98848 509 787-4738 www.quincychurchofchrist.com Article bv.: Nick Nelson that generation. This is exactly what Jesus told his disciples when he said they would live to see the Kingdom come with power (Mt 16:28; Mk 9:1; Lk 9:27). Mark 9:1 (NASB) ] And Jesus was saying to them, "Truly I say to you, there are some of those who are standing here who will not taste death, until they see the kingdom of God after it has come with power." After Jesus was resurrected he told his disciples to wait in Jerusalem until they received power from on high and that this power would come when the Holy Spirit came upon them. (Lk 24:44-49; Acts 1:8). Acts 1:8 (NASB) 8 but you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria. and even to the remotest part of the earth." .. Peter preached that the pouting out of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles was proof that when Jesus was raised he sat on the throne of David and was in heaven ruling as King (Acts 2:29-36). The Kingdom and authority that the Jewish leaders had violently fried to hold onto was taken from them and given to Jesus. The transition of rule had been completed and Jesus' followers now comprised the Kingdom of God on earth (Mt 21:42-45; Mt 28:18-20; Eph 1:20-23). From this time foreword citizens were being added to the Kingdom under the rule of the son of God. The Kingdom of prophecy had come and the members of the church are its citizens on earth. (Acts 2:47; Col 1:13; Rev 1:4-6, 9; 5:9-10). Colossians 1:13 (NKJV) He has delivered us from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the kingdom of the Son of His love, + ,