Caribou Trail League and Central Washington 2B League CTL/NEA non-playoff crossovers Riverside 29, Tonasket 28 Omak 32, Kettle Falls 13 Chelan 42, Newport 13 CTL/NEA state play-in crossovers Cashmere (#1 CTL) 66, Lakeside (#4 NEA) 9 Cascade (#2 CTL) 44, Medical Lake (#3 NEA) 14 Quincy (#3 CTL) 16, Freeman (#2 NEA) 7 Chewelah (#1 NEA) [...]
Tonasket played its worst game of last season at Chelan. Unfortunately, their Friday, Oct. 26 rematch didn’t go any better.
Oroville exploded for 42 points in the second and third quarters on the way to a 57-12 victory over Bridgeport on Oct. 26.
Football 1A Bi-District 6/7 (all games loser out, winners to state) Okanogan (CTL #4) at Chewelah (NEA #1), Nov. 2, 7 p.m. Quincy (CTL #3) at Freeman (NEA #2), Nov. 2, 7 p.m. Medical Lake (NEA #3) at Cascade (CTL #2), Nov. 2, 7 p.m. Lakeside-9 Mi. (NEA #4) at Cashmere (CTL #1), Nov. 2, [...]
Cross country regionals and football scores
WHITE SWAN – A few weeks ago, the thought of Oroville’s football team even hanging with a powerful White Swan squad seemed a tad optimistic. The young Hornets have grown as the season has progressed. And there they were, in hostile territory on Friday, Oct. 19, trailing the Cougars 33-30 in the fourth quarter. Oroville [...]
TONASKET – A long month of playing the top teams in the Caribou Trail League — which are also some of the best 1A teams in the state — came to a happy end for the Tonasket football team Friday, Oct. 19, as the Tigers pulled away from Omak in the second half to claim [...]
Oroville quarterback Luke Kindred’s performance against Lake Roosevelt two weeks ago earned him the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s Athlete of the Week award, the the high school association announced on Oct. 18.
Caribou Trail League and Central Washington 2B League White Swan 41, Oroville 30 Tonasket 36, Omak 14 Cashmere 15, Cascade 14 Quincy 53, Okanogan 0 Chelan 55, Brewster 0 Liberty Bell 12, Lake Roosevelt 6 Bridgeport 14, Manson 12, (played Monday, 10/22) Football Standings / Scores / Schedules
Quincy’s football team posted its fourth consecutive shutout at the expense of Tonasket on Friday, Oct. 13.