Okanogan's Matt Shifflett leads all scorers on the boards, but Omak still outscores Bulldog alumni
Hoop, volleyball instruction planned for this month
Two free basketball camps, open to anyone, are planned for Wednesday and Thursday.
Rodeo club also qualifies competitors for rodeo in Las Vegas, Nev.
Curlew pushed Pateros into the consolation bracket in the first round of state, but neither placed in the eight-team 1B tournament Friday and Saturday.
Bulldogs finish 1A state at 4-2
Okanogan High School’s fastpitch team went 4-2 at state, missing the consolation trophy game by one victory Friday and Saturday at the Columbia Playfields.
Four gold medals earned Friday at state 1-2B/1A track meet
Nannies sending a lot of girls to state 1B track meet
Okanogan freshman incorrectly identified in May 28 story
Bulldogs open against Hoquiam on Friday in Richland
Tonasket’s Cayden Field came within a stroke of tying for medalist honors during the Caribou Trail League golf champion-ship Tuesday.
The Brewster baseball team, carried by the arm of Timbo Taylor, advanced to the next round of bi-district play following a 3-0 victory over Medical Lake (10-8) on Tuesday.
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.
Bears, Bulldogs reach postseason
Edwin Tinoco scored three goals in five minutes to lift Brewster to a 6-0 win over Medical Lake in a loser-out game Saturday in the opening round of the Tri-District Tournament.
Bears, Omak play loser-out game
Curlew softball earned the No. 1 seed to postseason after splitting with Almira/Coulee-Hartline on Saturday.
Kathryn Cleman sets school record in pole vault
Four girls track records were set, along with at least one school record, at the Caribou Trail League track championship Friday.