Sports and Outdoors

Oroville’s girls’ soccer moves under the lights

OROVILLE – On Monday Oct. 12 the Oroville Lady Hornets soccer team hosted the Manson Lady Trojans and came away with a 4-3 victory.

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Hornet Nicky Perez goes around right end for 12 yards on Oroville's opening scoring drive against LaSalle Friday, Oct. 16. Photo by Joyce Hutchinson

Hornet win streak toppled by private school powerhouse

YAKIMA – The LaSalle Lightening, ranked second in the state, handed the Oroville Hornets their first loss last Friday after winning six straight, 48-7.

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Hornet Caleb Whiteaker goes for the tackle. He and Charlie Demartino teamed up on defense to keep Bridgeport contained all night by not letting them get outside, according to Coach Tam Hutchinson. Photo by Eric Teela

Hornets put six in a row in win column

OROVILLE – The Hornets won their sixth game in a row Friday when they beat the Bridgeport Mustangs 47-0 on Oroville’s Ben Prince Field.

The game started with Bridgeport’s kick going into the end zone, giving the Hornets a first and ten from their own 20-yard line. Five plays later from mid-field Nicky Perez went around right end for a 50-yard touchdown run. The point-after-touchdown snap was high and Preston Iverson picked up the ball, rolled left and passed to Jose Velasco for the two-point conversion.

With just under a minute and a half gone on the clock, Oroville was ahead 8-0.

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Oroville's Rebekkah McCoy, a junior, goes up for a block against Bridgeport in a match Tuesday, Oct. 6 on the Mustang's home court. Although the Lady Hornets lost, their coach described tit as one of the best games played all season. Photo by John Clevela

Hornet Volleyball travels to Kittitas for exciting match

KITTITAS – The Lady Hornets hit the road for a close match against the Lady Coyotes of Kittitas n Saturday, Oct. 10.

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Oroville’s Speiker sets record at Lake Roosevelt Invite

COULEE DAM – The Hornet Cross Country team competed in the Lake Roosevelt Invitational Cross Country meet on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Sierra Speiker set a new course record.

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Tonasket freshman Devan Utt jumps up to hit the ball over the net during Tonasket’s home game against Cascade on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Tonasket lost in three sets of 25-17, 25-13 and 25-17. Also shown is junior Jessica Rhoads.Photo by Emily Hanson

Tiger volleyball still searching for first league win

BREWSTER – The Tonasket volleyball team lost two more games last week, making their league record 0-9 with only a few weeks left in the season.

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Tonasket Ashley Booker about to kick the ball away from the Tonasket goal during the Tiger’s home loss to Cascade on Tuesday, Oct.  6.Photo by Emily Hanson

Tonasket girls’ soccer beats Chelan days after losing to Cascade

CHELAN – Just days after a shutout loss to Cascade at home, the Tigers pulled together for a win over Chelan on the road.

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Tonasket junior wide receiver Tyler Laurie trying to evade Cashmere’s senior line backer Christian O’Neal during Tonasket’s loss at Cashmere on Friday, Oct. 9. Also shown are senior quarterback Wade Detillian (12), senior running back Andrew Grillo

Tigers fall to Cashmere 49-7

CASHMERE – Despite scoring the first touchdown of the night, the Tonasket Tigers were unable to leave Cashmere victorious on Friday, Oct. 9, where they lost 49-7 to the number four ranked Bulldogs.

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Tonasket boys’ cross country team ran strong to win Omak Invitational

COULEE DAM – The Tonasket cross country team continued running strong last week in the Omak Invitational and the Lake Roosevelt Invitational.

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Tonasket junior running back Keegan McCormick runs toward the end zone for the first touchdown of the night, scored 23 seconds into the game, as the last Brewster defender with a chance of stopping him, freshman defensive back Danny Ramirez, falls to the

Shut-out Homecoming victory for Tonasket over Brewster, 34-0

TONASKET – The Tigers shut-out the Brewster Bears for a 34-0 Homecoming victory on Friday, Oct. 2.

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