KITTITAS – On Friday May 21, the Oroville Track Team traveled to Kittitas for the District Meet and the Lady Hornets returned with the championship.
Sports and Outdoors
OROVILLE – After defeating the number three ranked Liberty Bell Lady Lions at home at districts, the Hornets assured themselves a place in the upcoming State Fastpitch Tournament – it was just unforeseen if they would go in as the number one or number two seed.
OMAK – At the conclusion of the district finals tennis tournament in Omak on Saturday, May 22, the Tonasket boys’ tennis team tied the Omak boys’ team for the district title while two Tigers also qualified for the state meet in Yakima this weekend.
CASHMERE – Three Tonasket track athletes qualified to compete at the state track meet at the District Six 1A Championship on Friday, May 21 in Cashmere.
TONASKET – The Youth Soccer Association’s season ended at an all-day tournament in Chief Tonasket Park on Saturday, May 22 with 48 teams participating from Oroville, Tonasket, Omak/Okanogan and Methow.
TONASKET – The First Annual T-Town SK8 Throwdown was a huge success, exceeding all expectations of event organizers and sponsors and raising over $450 for the B3 Skatepark, as of press time.
TONASKET – In two home doubleheader games, the Tonasket baseball team finished 2-0 over Oroville and 0-2 over Lake Roosevelt last week.
TONASKET – After hours of competition in track and field events, the Tonasket boys’ track team finished in third place at the Tonasket Invitational meet while the Tiger girls finished fourth.
TONASKET – After many of the team graduated at the end of last season, the Tonasket baseball team is having a rebuilding year this season.
TONASKET – With a team of mostly freshman, the Tonasket boys’ soccer team is working to be competitive this season.