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Steelhead fishing to close on Okanogan, Similkameen

Closure takes affect an hour after sunset Wednesday

The upper Columbia, along with the Okanogan and Similkameen rivers, close to steelhead fishing an hour after sunset Wednesday.

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Republic girls finish with second-place trophy

Colton knocks off Tigers, 54-40, in title game

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Okanogan girls claim second-straight 2B state crown

Bulldogs top Napavine, 60-51, and finish 27-0

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Brewster boys finish third in state 2B tournament

Bears top Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, 63-46, for the hardware

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Republic to play Colton girls for 1B championship

Tigers play strong in second half to knock off Evergreen Lutheran in semifinal

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Northwest Christian hands Brewster boys first loss

Bears to play for third- and fifth- at 1 p.m. Saturday

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Okanogan girls reach state 2B championship

Bulldogs to take on Napavine in the finals Saturday

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ACH girls reach game for fourth and sixth

Warriors' defense, scoring too much for Tulalip on Friday

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Republic advances to state 1B semifinals

Tigers to play familiar foe, Evergreen Lutheran

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Brewster boys easily roll into state semifinals

Bears to meet familiar foe in semis: Northwest Christian-Colbert

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Okanogan girls dispatch Adna

Bulldogs (25-0) reach state 2B semifinal

State 1B, 2B tournament opens Thursday

Area teams open play in afternoon games

SPOKANE – The state 1B and 2B tournaments open Thursday at the Spokane Arena. The three-day tournament wraps up Saturday.

All Indian tournament draws 32 teams

Top teams, all stars announced

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Okanogan girls claim District 5/6 title

Bulldogs, Tigers advance to regional games

The state No. 1 ranked 2B Okanogan High School girls basketball team topped Mabton, 64-51, for the District 5/6 championship Saturday.

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Brewster boys claim District 5/6 crown

Bears play Adna in regionals Saturday in Ellensburg

The No. 1 state-ranked 2B Brewster High School boys’ basketball cruised to a 59-32 win over Warden on Saturday in the District 5/6 championship.