Sports and Outdoors

The Hornets' Angel Camacho hangs onto the ankle of Warden running back Adam Hansen during Oroville's 34-2 loss to the Cougars.

Warden ousts injury-riddled Oroville from playoffs

Oroville’s football playoff fortunes were dealt a severe blow when the injured C.J. Mathews was unable to suit up for Friday’s first round contest at Warden.

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Tonasket's Jeff (7) and John (37) Stedtfeld gang up on a pair of Lakeside players during the Tigers' final game of the season on Friday, Nov. 4.

Lakeside pulls away from Tigers in finale

Tonakset hung with Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) for three quarters in both teams’ season finale on Friday, Nov. 4, but the Eagles eventually wore down the Tigers with a solid rushing attack and pulled away to a 34-13 victory.

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Bayle Tyus makes a tackle at midfield during Tonasket's 2-0 district tournament loss at Cascade.

Tonasket drops soccer playoff at Cascade, 2-0

LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket girls soccer team, making its first district playoff appearance in four seasons, fell on the road to Cascade on Nov. 1, 2-0.

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Hornets lose football tiebreaker, head to Warden

Oroville falls to Brewster 21-0 in first leg of three-way tiebreaker on Nov. 1.

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Tonasket goalkeeper Cayla Monroe positions herself for a save during the Tigers' shutout of Chelan.

Tigers look to improve playoff position

Tonasket clinches girls soccer playoff spot with victory over Chelan.

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Chelan puts Tigers away early

A 42-point first quarter was more than enough to propel the Chelan football team past Tonasket on Oct. 21.

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Tonasket volleyball runs up against CTL leaders

Tonasket’s volleyball team played Caribou Trail League leaders Chelan and Cascade in consecutive matches last week as the Tigers fought to keep their playoff hopes alive.

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Hornet volleyball team closes out season at Bridgeport

Oroville’s volleyball team was swept in its final home game of the season Thursday, Oct. 20, 25-17, 25-19, 25-18 by Waterville.

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Tigers’ Halvorsen wins CTL title; boys team third

Tonasket’s Damon Halvorsen wasn’t going to let this one get away.

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Oroville's Tony Kindred wraps up Brewster quarterback Easton Driessen during the Hornets' 24-7 loss to the Bears on Friday, Oct. 21. Photo by Brent Baker

Hornets stung at Brewster; playoffs on the line

BREWSTER – Oroville’s football team could have wrapped up a share of the Central Washington League’s North Division title on Friday, Oct. 21, at Brewster.

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