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Curlew softball takes No. 1 seed to playoffs

Bears, Omak play loser-out game

Curlew softball earned the No. 1 seed to postseason after splitting with Almira/Coulee-Hartline on Saturday.

Records fall at Tonasket meet

Kathryn Cleman sets school record in pole vault

Four girls track records were set, along with at least one school record, at the Caribou Trail League track championship Friday.

Tigers nab point from Goats

Tonasket was able to take one match from Chelan, which clinched the Caribou Trail League boys tennis team title Friday.

McArthur loves to run and run

Pateros man sprints at Boston

Local resident Marcell McArthur has competed in races and marathons around the country, but for him, running is a lifelong love.

Tonasket upsets league-leading Quincy

Tigers stop Jacks, 4-3, in shoot-out

The Tonasket High School soccer team gave coach Jack Goyette a special going away present Saturday.

Track records set

McLean posts top marks at meet

Macen McLean of Mansfield set two meet records while winning the high jump (6-0, record), long jump (21-6.5, record) and triple jump (41-01) at the Iceberg Invitational track meet Tuesday.

Tigers post upset

Trevor Terris and Brian Hendrick of Tonasket, playing for the first time this year, beat previously undefeated Gabe Holz and Morgan O’Dell of Omak 4-6, 6-2 and 6-2.

Brewster halts Cashmere’s win streak

Bears end ’Dogs 63-game run

In a showdown between the Caribou Trail League’s top teams, No. 8 state-ranked Brewster split with league-leading and No. 3 ranked Cashmere in a pair of pitcher’s duals Saturday.

Baum nabs fifth; Daigneau sinks 91

Reyes leads Omak girls against Jacks

Okanogan High School’s Ana Baum carded a 102 and tied for fifth at the Chewelah Girls Invitational on Friday at Chewelah Golf and Country Club.

Late Chelan goal beats ’Dogs

Manson takes out Oroville, 5-3

Chelan scored a late goal for a 1-0 soccer victory over Okanogan on Saturday that completed a two-game season sweep.

Omak plays Quincy even

Curlew softball blasts Wildcats

Omak split with Quincy in softball Saturday, falling 5-4 in the opener and winning the nightcap, 7-2.

Miller K’s 23 in doubleheader

Rain washes out several games

Markie Miller notched a pair of victories over Cashmere, 6-2 and a 2-0 no hitter, in Caribou Trail League softball Wednesday.

Quincy track speeds at Tonasket meet

Iceberg Invitational rescheduled

Quincy dominated a Caribou Trail League track meet Wednesday, taking both the boys and girls team titles. The Tonasket boys went 1-4 in the 400, led by Ryan Rylie (53.93). Beau Cork (55.36) was second, Smith Condon (56.29) was third and Devyn Catone (56.54) was fourth. Okanogan’s Mason Guerrette won the long jump (19-1). Tonasket girls winning included Kylie Dellinger in the 1,600 (5:50.33) and Rose Walts in the 100 hurdles (16.77). Okanogan girls won the 4x100 relay (53.90) with Satya Kent, Emmy Engle, Cayden Diefenbach and Keanna Egbert and the 4x200 relay (1:54.10) with Alexis Jones, Egbert, Diefenbach and Engle. The Tonasket Invitational is planned for Tuesday. Boys team scores: 1, Quincy 232. 2, Chelan 147. 3, Tonasket 113. 4, Okanogan 84. Girls team scores: 1, Quincy 196.5. 2, Okanogan 153. 3, Chelan 150. 4, Tonasket 105.5. ----- MANSFIELD – The Iceberg Invitational meet was postponed Tuesday. It’s been rescheduled for this Tuesday.

Brewster, Okanogan soccer on collision course

Bears’ Garcia gets two against Omak

Ricardo Garcia finished with two goals and an assist in helping lead Brewster past Omak, 7-2, in a Caribou Trail League soccer match Tuesday. Cristian Talavera, Isidro Najera, Alex Mendez and Juan Perez also scored goals for the Bears. Luis Rosales had two assists and Luis Orozco an assist. Bear goalkeeper Victor Chacon had three saves in the first half. Edgar Arroyo had a save in the second half in goal. German Ramirez for Omak scored on a free kick and on an assist from Jose Galvan. Galvan finished with 13 saves on 21 shots by Brewster. “The guys played well,” Omak coach Chris Werner said. “The second half was like night and day. They came out with energy and attacked. This was a huge improvement. This was also our senior night. We celebrated German Ramirez and Carlos Avila and their families.” Omak (0-11 overall, 0-9 league), which finishes the season with five straight road games, is at Tonasket (5-6, 3-6) and Brewster (8-2, 7-2) is at Okanogan (9-2, 7-2) on Tuesday. ----- TONASKET – Okanogan soccer kept itself tied for second place with Brewster following a 4-1 victory over Tonasket on Tuesday in Caribou Trail League play. Tonasket led 1-0 when Okanogan’s Justin Rivas scored off an assist from Jorge Marquez. Rivas scored the next three goals off assists from Jason Perez. “Defensively, we struggled at first, but then the we made some adjustments,” Okanogan coach Dean Klepec said. “Then we did a better job of not allowing them easy shots on goal. When they got shots Enrique Vargas made some great saves.” The league tie should be broken this Tuesday when Brewster (8-2 overall, 7-2 league) goes to Okanogan (9-2, 7-2). ----- OROVILLE – Bridgeport topped Oroville, 9-1, in a league match Monday. “Once they got up by four goals, I started putting in my bench and giving the younger players time,” Oroville coach Mike Pitts said. Liberty Bell (9-2 overall, 3-0 league) is at Bridgeport (6-3, 1-1) on Tuesday.

Omak senior softball goes 3-1

The Omak 50s Senior Softball team went 3-1 at the kickoff tournament Friday and Saturday. Omak blasted N.W. Silver from Olympia, 20-2, in the opening game Saturday. “The guys scored the allowed five runs per inning each time they batted,” manager Shirley Bowden said. Hitters: Steve Marchand 3-3, double; George Webster 3-3, double, home run; Randy Mattoon 3-3; Ron Wilson 2-2, double; Mike Tews 2-2; Dale Linklater 2-2. Omak won 17-9 over No Fence Too Far from Tacoma to close out Friday. Hitters: Steve Marchand 4-4, triple; Doug Buchanan 4-4, 3 doubles; Edwin Marchand 2-4, double; Webster 2-4; Wilson 2-4, triple. The Pub crew won 22-10 over P.J.’s of Wenatchee on Saturday morning. Hitters: Steve Monahan 4-4, 2 doubles, triple; Mike Hauso 4-4, triple; Tews 3-3; Chris Harlow 3-4, 2 doubles; Steve Marchand 3-4; Edwin Marchand 3-4, double; Buchanan 3-4, home run; Jerry Louie 2-4; Wilson 2-3; Mattoon 2-3; Linklater 2-3. Lube Tube of Spokane, formerly Morris Clark, topped Omak, 21-9, to close out the tournament. Hitters: Webster 3-3; Linklater 2-2; Harlow 2-3. Tews pitched Friday and Lewis was on the mound Saturday.

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