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Football: Friday night lightning creates havoc

Republic’s Daniel Phillips races for a touchdown followed by Pateros’ Andrew Gonzalez. Lightning knocked out power to the town of Pateros, causing the game to be called a tie. The Tigers led 8-0 but Pateros was threatening at the 20 when the lights went out.

Photo by Al Camp
Republic’s Daniel Phillips races for a touchdown followed by Pateros’ Andrew Gonzalez. Lightning knocked out power to the town of Pateros, causing the game to be called a tie. The Tigers led 8-0 but Pateros was threatening at the 20 when the lights went out.



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Kobe Thixton (33) of Pateros goes up for catch against Republic.

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Okanogan quarterback Payton Judd runs over Medical Lake tacklers.

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Joe Taylor of Brewster gets out of the grasp of a Quincy player.

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Lake Roosevelt’s Tony Nichols attempts to race away from Tonasket defenders Jordan Thrasher and Michael Davis. Following he play is Raider Kaleb Horn.

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Oroville's David Delgado (44) runs through Manson defenders.

— What a Friday night of football, or even near-football, as a lightning-filled storm that roared through the county caused havoc.

The Okanogan Bulldogs’ game with the Medical Lake Cardinals was delayed about a half-hour because of passing lightning that included a couple hits on nearby Pogue Mountain...

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