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Okanogan girls' basketball starts rebuilding process

Centaya Mendoza of Omak (right) and Jada Rasmussen of Okanogan will help anchor their teams this year in the Caribou Trail League.

Photo by Al Camp


Centaya Mendoza of Omak (right) and Jada Rasmussen of Okanogan will help anchor their teams this year in the Caribou Trail League.

— Okanogan graduated eight players from last year’s third-place state 1A girls’ basketball team while Omak returns four players who could push it to the playoffs.

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Kendra Sachse of Okanogan will be a key player around which the Bulldogs will be rebuilding their team this year.

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Maret Miller returns for Brewster.

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Camille Wilson of Tonasket returns.

For the Bulldogs, many of the seniors earned a state trophy (two were state championships) each of the previous three years...

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