Photo by Al Camp
Okanogan High School seniors dance at halftime of the Backyard Brawl against Omak on Friday in Okanogan.
As of Saturday, October 29, 2016
OKANOGAN The Caribou Trail League finished with a 3-way tie after Okanogan and Cascade both won on the final night of the regular Season Friday.
Okanogan led 28-16 into the fourth quarter before Omak charged back, cutting the lead to 28-23 with about 4 minutes to go
The Pioneers recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff but went backwards on a running play that lost yardage, penalties and a fumble, which Omak recovered.
Cascade trailed early before pulling out its win.
Okanogan, Cashmere and Cascade finished with identical 3-1 CTL records.
A mini-playoff using a Kansas City tiebreaker is planned for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Apple Bowl in Wenatchee.
Okanogan and Cashmere play in game 1.
The winner then plays Cascade in game 2.
If Cascade wins, it receives the CTL No. 1 seed and the loser of game 1 is No. 2 to crossover games scheduled for Friday.
If Cascade loses, the winner is No. 1 from the CTL and Cascade plays the loser of game 1 for the No. 2 seed.
In crossover games Friday with the Northeast 1A League, game 1 pits NEA No. 3 at CTL No. 2 and game 2 is NEA No. 4 at CTL No. 1. Both games are loser out, winners to state.
State seeding from crossover games:
The NEA No. 1 team is District 7 No. 1 to state.
NEA No. 2 is District 6/7 No. 3 to state.
Winner game 1 Friday is District 6/7 No. 4 to state.
Winner game 2 Friday is District 6 No. 1 to state.
Inchelium 42, Republic 34
Cascade 42, Chelan 33
La Salle 49, Cashmere 28
Manson 36, Brewster 0
Odessa-Harrington 50, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 12
Okanogan 28, Omak 23
Oroville 52, Waterville 12
Soap Lake 53, Bridgeport 14
Tonasket 16, Lake Roosevelt 14
Entiat 56, Pateros 24