Sports and Outdoors

Tonasket junior Brooke Ray jumps up to hit the ball over the net during Tonasket’s home game against Omak on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Also shown are junior Jessica Rhoads (#11), sophomore Amber Kilpatrick (#3) and sophomore Taylor Ayers (#2).Photo by Emily Ha

Tonasket volleyball still winless in Caribou Trail League

TONASKET – After two home games in their fourth week of play, the Tonasket volleyball team is still winless in the Caribou Trail League.

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Tonasket junior linebacker Dustin Silverthorn takes down a Cascade running back as sophomore linebacker John Stedtfeld rushes to assist in the tackle during Tonasket’s away game against Cascade on Friday, Sept. 25.Photo by Emily Hanson

Tigers inconsistent in 41-13 loss to Cascade

LEAVENWORTH – Looking at the statistics of Tonasket’s away game against Cascade on Friday, Sept. 25, the final score of 41-13 seems like a mistake, but an inconsistent Tonasket team and a fast-moving Cascade team made the difference.

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Tonasket senior April Webber dug deep to return the ball to Chelan during Tonasket’s home loss on Tuesday, Sept. 22.Photo by Terry Mills

Tonasket volleyball still searching for first league win

OKANOGAN – The Tonasket volleyball team is still searching for their first league win after ending their third week of play with losses at home and away.

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Tonasket freshman Kelly Cruz works on stealing the ball from a Brewster girl during Tonasket’s home win on Tuesday, Sept. 22.Photo by Emily Hanson

Tiger girls’ soccer takes down Brewster; falls to Cascade and Cashmere

CASHMERE – After a win over Brewster earlier in the week, the Tonasket girls’ soccer team fell to Cascade and Cashmere on the road.

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Tonasket’s Halvorsen’s 15th place finish highest Tigers have done at Spokan

SPOKANE – The Tonasket cross country team did better than they ever have at the Spokane Valley Classic this year.

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Manson lines up to take a shot at the goal with Hornet goalie Taylor Sariento defending. She had "great play" in the second half, according to Coach Laura Kinman. Photo by Les Bowen

Hornet Soccer suffers losses to Manson, Omak

OROVILLE – The Hornets dropped their two most recent soccer matches on the road, falling to both Omak and Manson.

On Thursday, Sept. 10 the Lady Hornets traveled to Omak to play the Pioneers. After a half time tie of two to two the Hornets ended up losing to the Lady Pioneers three to six.

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Nicky Perez on one of his 17 carries for 138 yards.Photo by Joyce Hutchinson

Oroville Hornets shut out LB Lions

WINTHROP – The Oroville Hornets defeated the Liberty Bell Lions in a 21 to zero victory last week.

The Hornet’s defense held Liberty Bell to minus five yards rushing and five yards total offense in their 21-0 win Friday Night in Winthrop, according to Coach Tam Hutchinson.

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Lady Hornet Volleyball knocks off Manson

MANSON – On Tuesday, Sept. 15, the Oroville Lade Hornet Volleyball players traveled to Manson for an exciting competition which ended in a victory for the Hornets.

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Jessica Spear of Tonasket running for the cross country team in the Omak meet Friday, Sept. 18. Spear finished in first place for the girls team with a time of 22:19.

Tiger girl runner finishes first place at Omak meet

OMAK – In their second meet of the year, a Tonasket cross country runner took first place for the girls while a Tonasket boy took second place.

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Tonasket junior running back Keegan McCormick rushing past Chelan defenders as his fellow tigers block for him. Also shown are offensive linemen senior Lucio Maldonado, #53 and junior Zach Neal, #70.

Tiger Football dominate first half, Chelan ralies for win

CHELAN – For the first half of Tonasket’s football game against Chelan, it seemed the Tigers were in for a victory on the road, but mistakes in the third quarter and a hard-hitting Chelan team led to a Chelan 16-14 victory instead.

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