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Omak tennis serves up wins against Entiat

The Omak tennis team swept Entiat, with the girls winning 5-0 and the boys taking a 4-1 win on Saturday.

Entries being taken for Nespelem Junior Rodeo

Entries are being accepted until April 24 for the Nespelem Junior Rodeo, set for April 29-30 at the rodeo grounds on Columbia River Road west of the Colville Indian Agency.

VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Start them young

The maxim that starting your children early in sports will lead to success in high school and beyond was on full display last weekend in Spokane.

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Games must go on

Teams shrug off rain downpours

Okanogan edged Oroville, 2-1, a shootout during a non-league soccer match Tuesday.

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VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Thursday additions

Randalle takes first in pinewood derby championship

Assembly recognizes Tonasket High School athletes

Tonasket High School athletes will be recognized with a special assembly at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow, March 23 in the high school gym, 35 E. Highway 20.

VIEW FROM THE SIDELINES: Wednesday additions

Collection of possible entries for newspaper column

Omak tennis tames Lions

OMAK – The Omak High School tennis teams swept Liberty Bell in non-league play Saturday.

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Brewster softball roars past Oroville, twice

Brewster softball swept a softball doubleheader against Oroville, 15-0 and 17-2, on Saturday.

Brewster soccer shuts out Okanogan, 4-0

BREWSTER – Brewster blanked Okanogan, 4-0, in a non-league soccer match Saturday.

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Fast, chilly track meet

What was scheduled as a track meet jamboree with a few teams ended up with extra teams Thursday.

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Baseball incurs blowouts in spring games

Brewster High School baseball fans got to see a lot of hitting in a double header with Oroville on Saturday.

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Coed hockey team takes third

Omak Attack finishes 1-1-1 at jamboree

Cle Elum coming to Okanogan on Saturday

Unplayable field moves game from Cle Elum

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Salmon fisheries to be discussed at Wenatchee

Discussion centers on sections of the Columbia and Snake rivers