OMAK – The Tonasket High School tennis team did well against Omak and Pateros at their jamboree on Saturday, March 21.
Sports and Outdoors
TONASKET – In their first game of the season, the Tonasket boys’ soccer team beat Liberty Bell at home 9-3 on Thursday, March 19.
TONASKET – The 2009 Tonasket High School track and field team is inexperienced this year but has strong leaders.
TONASKET – The 2009 Tonasket High School tennis team is inexperienced this year but dedicated and patient.
TONASKET – The 2009 Tonasket High School softball team is looking to make a fresh start this season.
TONASKET – The Tonasket boys’ soccer team plans to work harder in order to have the same success as last season.
TONASKET – The 2009 Tonasket High School baseball team is going to focus on the fundamentals this season.
SPOKANE – The Oroville Hornets saw their chances at a State trophy slip away in two heartbreakers in Spokane including a double overtime loss against White Swan.
MOSES LAKE – The Tonasket girls basketball season ended in a hard, ugly loss to Lakeside High School during the loser-out regional basketball game on Wednesday, Feb. 25.
WENATCHEE – After getting off to a shaky start, the Oroville boys basketball team overcame a first round loss to secure a spot at this week’s State 2B Basketball Tournament to be held in Spokane.
After tying with Entiat for the league championships, the Hornets moved on to Districts. They played Entiat at Wenatchee High School on Thursday, Feb. 26, but lost to the Tigers 43 to 53. The winner of this game, the Tigers, earned an automatic advancement to State.
Entiat came on strong in the first quarter, out-shooting Oroville by three points to end the quarter ahead 13 to 10. The Hornets held the Tigers to just eight points in the second quarter, but only made six points themselves and the half ended with Entiat leading 21 to 16. In the second half of the game Oroville continued to have trouble with the bigger team and their zone defense. The Tigers scored 19 points in the third and the Hornets made 15 points, leaving Oroville trailing by nine 31 to 40. The Hornets nearly matched the Tigers in the last quarter, but it was not enough to overcome the nine point deficit.