WINTHROP – Liberty Bell, looking more and more like a Central Washington League title contender with every outing, took it to a young Oroville girls soccer squad playing its first game of the season on Sept. 11, 10-1. The Mountain Lions, who had already played a pre-season jamboree and three regular season games, scored early [...]
About Brent BakerBrent is a reporter for the Gazette-Tribune. Prior to working at the G-T, he was the sports editor for Sunrise Publishing from 2000-2005 in Michigan. He subsequently owned and operated Buckland Media, a high school sports website, in Michigan until 2010. He and his wife Kim, who have an adult son, moved to Tonasket in 2010. Brent started work at the G-T in 2011.
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CTL and CWL (2B) Scores Girls Soccer Okanogan 5, Tonasket 2 Liberty Bell 10, Oroville 1 Brewster 3, Omak 2 (PK shootout) Cashmere 3, Quincy 0 LaSalle 3, Cascade 1 (NL) Entiat at Bridgeport (NL) Soccer standings / scores / schedules Volleyball Okanogan 3, Tonasket 0 Cascade 3, Chelan 0 Brewster 3, Omak 0 Cashmere [...]
OKANOGAN – Tonasket opened up its Caribou Trail League season at Okanogan on Tuesday, Sept. 11, with a 25-19, 25-20, 25-19 loss to the Bulldogs. “I am pleased at how far the girls have come and handled themselves on the court,” said Tonasket coach Jackie Gliddon. “Although we lost , our play improved. The girls [...]
Though lineups were depleted by athletes committed to the Okanogan County Fair, Tonasket hosted its season-opening cross country meet on Saturday, Sept. 8, with 74 runners competing.
2012 girls soccer standings, scores and schedules. Scroll down below standings block for score / schedule links.
2012 volleyball standings, scores and schedules. Scroll down below standings block for score / schedule links.
Tonasket beat Kettle Falls and Oroville edged Mary Walker to highlight area football action on Sept. 7.
Tonasket football coach Jay Hawkins told his team that Friday’s defensive performance was the best he’s seen a Tiger team put forth in several seasons.
It would be hard to argue after the Bulldogs put together just one solid drive despite having most of its key offensive players back from a team that won at Tonasket last year. The Tigers held Kettle to 220 yards of offense, 70 of which came on the Bulldogs’ second possession of the game and resulted in their only score as Tonasket rolled, 26-6.
The Oroville football team’s defense stiffened and the offense put together its best drive of the young season when it needed it most as the Hornets edged Mary Walker in Springdale on Friday, Sept. 7, 19-12.
2012 football standings, scores and schedules. Scroll down below standings block for score / schedule links.