Brewster ranked No. 1 in state 1A girls basketball
Omak will compete in the North Central B League starting this fall, but will continue to play in 1A for postseason tournaments.
Three consecutive pins seal victory for the Tigers
Bridgeport falls, 46-18, in high school basketball action
Several games, wrestling matches on tap for this weekend.
Okanogan takes its undefeated boys and girls basketball teams to Brewster tonight in a big showdown in the Caribou Trail League.
The Tonasket High School wrestling team returned Dec. 28 with two individual champions and second place as a team from the Royal Christmas Tournament.
The Okanogan High School wrestling team won the Lake Roosevelt Powerhouse wrestling tournament Dec. 28. Bulldog champions included Anthony Peyton (106), Tony Klepec (126) and Jalen Moses (138). Other regional champions included Raf Varelas (145) of Brewster and Jessie Louie (145B) and Kodie Horn (152) of Lake Roosevelt.
Titans speed past Curlew girls, 46-32
Cashmere used a strong first quarter lead to dispatch Omak, 59-41, in a Caribou Trail League matchup Saturday.
Ocampo, Robinson remain undefeated
Tonasket High School’s Collin Aitcheson finished sixth and John Rawley eighth at the 42nd Tri-State wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday.
Omak, Liberty Bell, Republic are top teams in region
Washington Interscholastic Activities Association recently announced fall points totals for the Washington Army National Guard Scholastic Cup. The cup recognizes performance in the classroom as well as on the playing surface.
Republic, Curlew fall in non-leaguers
Omak came back from being down by nine points at the half to turn back Cashmere, 57-53, in a Caribou Trail League game Saturday.
Day lodge spruced up, given new roof
There’s enough snow to tube at the Loup Loup Ski Bowl, but not enough yet for skiing, hill manager Sandy Liman said.
Less than 3 points from first to third
Tonasket narrowly captured the team title at the Okanogan Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.
The Omak High School boys basketball team won a pair of close games last week and moved into a tie for fourth place in the Caribou Trail League. The Pioneers came from nine points down at the half against Cashmere on Saturday before pulling out a 57-53 league victory.
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