TONASKET – After a hard loss to Lake Roosevelt, the Tonasket girls basketball team came back to beat Chelan, the number one team in the Caribou Trail League.
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TONASKET – The Tonasket boys basketball team improved their performances against Lake Roosevelt and Chelan last week.
CHELAN – In the last league match before districts, the Tonasket wrestling team lost to Chelan, 46-27 on Thursday, Jan. 29.
At 160 pounds, Kevin Cruz won his match by decision, 9-0. Sophomore Keegan McCormick won his match at 171 pounds by a technical fault, 17-1. Senior Trey Jensen won by a pin at 135 pounds.
LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket girls basketball team finished a three game week against Cascade on Saturday, Jan. 17, winning all three games.
LEAVENWORTH – The Tonasket boys’ basketball team ended a hard week in Leavenworth on Saturday, Jan. 17 with a loss, 52-34.
COULEE DAM – The Tonasket boys wrestling team beat the Lake Roosevelt team 45-27 on Thursday, Jan. 15.
WATERVILLE – The Oroville Hornets boys basketball team continued with their winning ways last week, knocking off both Waterville and Manson on the road.
In their 80 to 51 victory against the Shockers Tuesday, Jan. 13, the Hornets broke Waterville’s press and scored a lot of “easy buckets,” according to Oroville Coach Carl Iverson.
PATEROS – At a league meet in Pateros Jan. 15 the Hornets made it 3-0 in league duals with a 60 to 18 victory over the Billygoats.
“Alex Kelly started the evening with a 19 to 7 major decision followed by the ‘pinning machine’ Bryce Woodruff with yet another first-period pin for the senior,” said Hornet Coach Chuck Ricevuto.
Davis Castillo, Nick Perez, J.T. Miller, David Sanchez and Gabe Beltran picked up forfeit wins. Mike Lynch beat a very tough Ricky Heen with an impressive 10-5 decision while Tyler Herrera tech-felled his opponent in the first period 16-1.
OROVILLE – The Oroville Hornet Wrestling team sends a mixture of talent to the mats this year, with several state vets, but a number of young wrestlers as well.
OROVILLE – The Oroville Lady Hornets basketball team hopes to go even further in league play this year than they did last.