Sports and Outdoors

Oroville Hornets lose double-header to LB Lions

OROVILLE – The Oroville Hornets baseball team dropped two games to the Liberty Bell Lions last week.

The Hornets lost the first game by one point, 8 to 7.

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Oroville boys’ soccer falls to Okanogan, Tonasket

OROVILLE – The Oroville boys’ soccer team lost on the road and at home last week in early season match-ups against Okanogan and Tonasket.

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Oroville track breaks 2 school records at Ephrata

EPHRATA – The Oroville track and field team competed at the Ray Cross Invitational last Saturday, March 25 at Ephrata with two Hornet girls breaking OHS records.

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Oroville Boys Basketball falls to Kittitas in postseason play

OROVILLE – Just four points separated the Hornets from continuing postseason play when they lost to the Kittitas Coyotes 62 to 66 in Game 8 of the playoffs last Friday, Feb. 16.

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Lady Hornets closer to State Tourney than any team before

WENATCHEE – The Oroville Girls Basketball team might have lost on Friday, sending them out of State contention, but they made it further than any Hornet girls team before them.

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Tonasket senior Keegan McCormick smiles at his coaches during his first round in the 171 weight class of the 1A Division at the 2011 Washington State Mat Classic XXIII Championship on Friday, Feb. 18 as he successfully does the leg ride-turk move against

Four Tigers place at State

TACOMA – Among the eight Tigers the Tonasket wrestling team took to the 2011 Washington State Mat Classic XXIII Championships last weekend, four of them left with a medal.

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Oroville junior Duke Sykes tries to get Lake Roosevelt junior Sterling Shephard onto his back during the third round of the 171 pound weight class in the B Division at the 2011 Washington Mat Classic XXII Championships on Saturday, Feb. 19. Sykes lost to

Hornets 14th at State Wrestling

TACOMA – After two whole days of tough competition, the Oroville Hornets wrestling team left the Tacoma Dome with one state placer among the three wrestlers who went.

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Tonasket senior Peter Williams curls over Omak’s Sammy Trudeaux in an effort to roll him to his back during the semi-final round of the 140 pound weight class at the District 6 wrestling tournament in Omak on Saturday, Feb. 5. Williams lost the round 5-

Second place finish for Tigers at Districts

OMAK – The Tonasket Tigers finished the District 6 Wrestling Tournament in second place with 239.50 points, trailing only Omak with 353 points on Saturday, Feb. 5.

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Lady Tigers finish final week 1-2

TONASKET – The Tonasket girls’ basketball team finished their final week of the season with one win and two losses last week for a fifth place Caribou Trail League finish, ending with a league record of 2-8 and an overall record of 8-12.

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Tigers end season with three losses

TONASKET – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team ended their season with three league losses last week for a last-place Caribou Trail League finish, a league record of 0-10 and an overall record of 9-11.

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