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Brian Condon takes top golf honor

OKANOGAN — Brian Condon took top honors with an even-par 71 during the 2014 Men’s Opening Day Tournament on Sunday at the Okanogan Valley Golf Club.

Mike Bordner was second at 72 and Brian Lewis was third at 77 in the tournament that drew 32 players to“maybe the prettiest day of the season,” club professional Bill Sproule said.

In the net division, Gary Klepec was first with a net 68, one stroke over Jay VanderWeide with a net of 69.

Bill Neely and Mike Cornett tied for third with net 70.

Neely, Bordner, Dale Damskov and Sproule took first in team with a total par point number of 144.

Condon, Joaquin Bustamante, Chad Monahan and Albert Miller were second at 139.

Brian Lewis, Mike Cornett, Casey Watts and Kirk Hopkins were third at 132.

Sports starts up after spring break

OMAK — High school sports returns this week after taking last week off for spring break.


Tennis – Pateros is at Chelan, Entiat at Oroville and Wilson Creek at Lake Roosevelt.

Softball – Omak is at Chelan and Tonasket at Liberty Bell.

Baseball – Bridgeport is at Liberty Bell.

Soccer – Tonasket is at Cascade, Liberty Bell at Omak and Moses Lake at Oroville.


Tennis – Liberty Bell is at Lake Roosevelt.


Tennis – Okanogan is at Cascade, Cashmere at Omak and Chelan at Tonasket.

Track – Omak, Okanogan, Tonasket, Liberty Bell, Oroville, Pateros and Mansfield at Cashmere.

Softball – Quincy is at Brewster, Cashmere at Omak and Cascade at Okanogan.

Baseball – Liberty Bell is at Lake Roosevelt, Bridgeport at Pateros, Chelan at Tonasket, Cashmere at Omak, Brewster at Quincy, Okanogan at Cascade and Oroville at Newport.

Soccer – Chelan is at Tonasket, Cashmere at Omak, Brewster at Quincy and Okanogan at Cascade.

Junior Rodeo set for upcoming weekend

TONASKET – The Tonasket Junior Rodeo returns for 10 a.m. performances Saturday and Sunday.

There will be National Barrel Horse Association 4D barrel racing Saturday night following the rodeo around 6:30 p.m.

“Different age groups will have different events,” said spokeswoman Sarah Richey of the rodeo for those age 18-and-under. “Each age group has six events.”

Wednesday, today, is the deadline to enter. Entry forms are at the Tonasket Junior Rodeo Association’s Facebook page.

There will be concessions on site.

There is a small admission price. Those age 10-and-under enter free.

Omak Babe Ruth sign-ups to start

OMAK — The Omak Youth Baseball Program will host its annual registration next week at the Babe Ruth/high school concession stand in East Side Park.

Babe Ruth is for those age 13 to 15, said organizer Juan Martinez, who can be contacted at 509-429-7388.

Signups will be 5-7 p.m. April 10; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 12; and 5-7 p.m. April 15.

Registration forms are available at Omak Middle School, 14 S. Cedar St., and Omak High School, 20 S. Cedar St.

Omak Youth Baseball also maintains a Facebook page.

— The Chronicle


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