Tonasket High School’s Junior Class will be hosting Donkey Basketball as a fundraiser, Feb. 7.
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Tonasket went nose to nose with the Caribou Trail League favorites for most of the night before Chelan won four of the final five matches to defeat the Tigers 43-30.
Tonasket 66, Cashmere 15 106 lbs – Rade Pilkinton (T) pinned Austin Steele (C), 5:26 113 – Christian Diaz (T) forfeit win 120 – Trevor Peterson (T) forfeit win 126 – Jorge Juarez (T) pinned Nathan Thompson (C), 4:13 132 – Dyllan Walton (T) pinned Page Bates (C), 1:11 138 – Dalton Wahl (T) pinned [...]
Tiger wrestlers claim their fourth tournament title of the season, this time at home.
Raymond Elmer Colbert, a life-long orchardist and community volunteer, passed away peacefully at his home on Boundary Lane in Oroville, Washington on January 1st.
Cascade comes back from a 20-point halftime deficit to edge Tigers in overtime.
Tonasket’s wrestling team brought home its third tournament title of the season on Saturday, Jan. 5, winning three individual championships and edging Mt. Baker and Warden in a tight three-way battle in the nine-team tournament. The Tigers ran up 191.5 points to Mt. Baker’s 185 and Warden’s 183. Kittitas was fourth with 135 and Cascade a distant fifth with 79.
Tonasket couldn’t sustain a strong start in Thursday’s 57-27 loss to Omak.
Tonasket’s boys basketball team bounced back from a 13-point first half deficit — twice — to knock off Omak on Thursday.
Tonasket’s wrestling team took seventh-place at Royal on Saturday, Dec. 29, thanks partly to the tough nature of the tournament, but also to the fact that the Tigers were missing starters Jeffrey Stedtfeld, Austin Booker and Austin Knowlton.