Jan. 15, 2014- Speedy sports stories

Hardie proves hard to beat

OMAK – Dennis Hardie had the hot hand Sunday during the second week of eight in the Spokesman-Review Trapshoot tournament at the Omak Fish and Game Club.

Hardie tied for first-place honors with a 24 with Dick LaMonte, Chad Miller and Rayce Miller.

Hardie also won the handicap (24) and doubles (25).

Singles: 24, Dennis Hardie, Dick LaMonte, Chad Miller and Rayce Miller.

Handicap: 24, Dennis Hardie. 22, Don Calentine and Jeremy Calentine.

Doubles: 25, Dennis Hardie. 22, Randy Clough.

Skeet – Jan. 1, 24, Gary Watts. 21, Jim Kammenga. Jan. 11, 23, Gary Watts, Bob Wareham. 22, Dick LaMonte.

Omak trapshooters third at Kettle Falls

KETTLE FALLS – The Omak High School Future Farmers of America trapshoot team finished third Saturday.

Omak shot “in weather not fit for a duck,” adviser Gale Wilson said.

Omak next competes in a home match March 1 at the Omak Fish and Game Club, 26 old Riverside Highway.

Omak (126/150) scores included Jeremy Calentine (41/50), Ethan Pfitzer (40/50), Rayce Miller (44/50; sixth overall), Clayton Hilton (38/50) and Cameron Daigneau (41/50).

Colville FFA took first at 133 and Kettle Falls followed at 127.

Omak FFA No. 2 finished 13th out of 17 teams. Team members included Dawson Sachse, Brandon Landers, Cooper Routien, Tom McNulty and Wyatt Wilson.

Omak fourth-grade girls win nail-biter

OMAK – The Omak fourth-grade girls pulled out a 17-16 win over Bridgeport in Amateur Athletic Union basketball Saturday.

Boys: Sixth-grade: Omak 56, Bridgeport 17. Fifth-grade: Bridgeport 23, Omak 13. Fourth-grade: Bridgeport 25, Omak 20. Third-grade: Omak 26, Bridgeport 6.

Girls: Sixth-grade: Omak 28, Bridgeport 25. Fifth-grade: Bridgeport 31, Omak 19. Fourth-grade: Omak 17, Bridgeport 16. Third-grade: Omak 46, Bridgeport 31.— The Chronicle


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