Saturday, Nov. 3 Results

State Cross Country FinalsFull results page

*** Oroville’s Sierra Speiker wins second 1B/2B cross country title in three years. Oroville girls team finishes seventh of eight teams, beating Lake Roosevelt Other area notables:1B/2B Boys – Republic 6th (led by Taylor Campbell, 21st), Liberty Bell 7th (led by Liam Daily, 7th), Manson 12th (led by Angel Garcia, 52nd) 1A Boys – Cashmere 9th; top CTL finisher Victor Salgado of Quincy (18th). Omak led by Samuel Goble, 45th. 1A Girls – top CTL finisher Angela Knishka, 10th.

Football

Oroville 72, Chief Leschi 0 (NL) - Hornets open state 2B playoffs Friday, Nov. 9, 6:00 p.m. at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.

2B State Football Bracket

1A State Football Bracket

Girls Soccer

2B District 6 Championship

Liberty Bell 3, Manson 1 - Liberty Bell to state semifinals, Nov. 16

1B/2B State Soccer Bracket

1A Bi-District 6/7

Cashmere 6, Quincy 0 - Cashmere District 6/7 #1 to state, loser out

Lakeside 5, Okanogan 2 - Lakeside District 6/7 #2 to state, loser out

Cascade 1, Newport 0 - Cascade District 6/7 #3 to state, loser out

1A State Soccer Bracket

Volleyball

1A Bi-District 6/7

Chelan 3, Riverside 0 - loser out

Freeman 3, Brewster 0 – loser out

Lakeside 3, Chelan 2

Cascade 3, Freeman 0

Lakeside 3, Cascade 0 - winner Dist. 6/7 #1 to state; loser Dist. 6/7 #2 to state

Freeman 3, Chelan 1 - winner Dist. 6/7 #3 to state; loser out

2B District 5/6

Kittitas 3, Bridgeport 1

Riverside Christian 3, White Swan 2

White Swan 3, Bridgeport 1 - winner District 5/6 #3 to state, loser out

Riverside Christian 3, Kitttas 0 - winner District 5/6 #1 to state, loser #2 to state

About Brent Baker

Brent is a reporter for the Gazette-Tribune. Prior to working at the G-T, he was the sports editor for Sunrise Publishing from 2000-2005 in Michigan. He subsequently owned and operated Buckland Media, a high school sports website, in Michigan until 2010. He and his wife Kim, who have an adult son, moved to Tonasket in 2010. Brent started work at the G-T in 2011.

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