Saturday, Sept. 22 Volleyball, Girls Soccer, Cross Country

Tonasket edged Cascade in girls soccer on Saturday, Sept. 22, for the first time anyone could remember — maybe even the first time since the Tigers’ launched their program in 1998. Alicia Edwards and Kylie Dellinger scored for Tonasket, Baylie Tyus made 13 saves, and Hilda Celestino (12) and the Tiger defense withstood Cascade’s persistent offense to earn the victory.

Caribou Trail League and Central Washington 2B Leagues

Girls Soccer

Tonasket 2, Cascade 1

Cashmere 6, Omak 0

Brewster at Quincy

Warden 3, Liberty Bell 0 (NL)

Volleyball

Cascade 3, Tonasket 0

Chelan wins South Whidbey tournament

Brewster 3, Quincy 0

Cashmere at Omak

Pateros at Liberty Bell (NL)

Bridgeport 3, Entiat (NL)

Kittitas at Warden (NL)

White Swan at Cle Elum (NL)

Waterville at Lake Roosevelt (NL)

Cross Country

Erik Anderson / Runner’s Soul Invitational (Spokane)

Girls

Oroville – Sierra Speiker 2nd, Lisa Hartvig 119th, Callie Barker 137th, Celene Cisneros 15oth.

Tonasket – Jessica Puente 108th, Kallie Mirick 121st, Giesa Seidler 132nd, Claire Thornton 144th, Vanessa Pershing 145th, Corrina Karrer 151st.

Boys

Oroville – Diego Santana 150th, Ronel Kee 171st

Tonasket – Oscar Avilez 58th, Adam Halvorsen 122nd, Smith Condon 149th, Lawrence Wambugu 152nd, Abe Podkranic 169th, Jordan Hughes 175th, Dallin Good 178th.

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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