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Results from Methow Vally Killer Whales and Omak Mantaray meet

The Methow Vally Killer Whales took on the Omak Mantaray Aquatic Klub in a swIM meet July 8.

Covington, Stucker qualify for national high school rodeo

Rodeo club also qualifies competitors for rodeo in Las Vegas, Nev.

Kids Fishing Derby on tap for Colville

Youth fishing and educational activities planned for June 7 at Princess Pines 4-H Camp

Colbert Arena barrel results announced

Ralston sets fast time on her horse, Vegas

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.

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Galloping good time

Quincy Downey and Bryson Butterfly each earned a saddle for being the all-around winners in peewee/junior divisions at the annual Tonasket Junior Rodeo last weekend. Kaelyn Marchand and Wade Bruemmer won saddles for being winners in intermediate/senior divisions. Chase Nigg was the lone senior boy to ride a bull, scoring a 72. Brent Griffin scored a 62 in bareback for senior boys. In senior girls, Bailey Nachigal scored a 72 for first and Kaelyn Marchand a 63 for second in cow riding. Quincy Downey hung on for a 69 to claim first in peewee girls calf riding. Jadya Taylor scored a 63 and Sage Olmstead a 35. Braeden Signor-McLaughlin scored a 63 to win peewee boys calf-riding. Age group all-around winners are: Girls Little People – Rocksie Timentwa, 24 points, first in California stake race, barrel racing and pole bending; second dummy roping; third goat tail untying; fourth mutton busting. 2, Lucchese Ford, 16 points. 3, JayCee Goodwin, 14. Peewee – Quincy Downey, 21 points, first calf riding, goat flanking and barrel racing; second pole bending, California stake race and dummy roping. 2, Sage Olmstead, 18 points. Junior – Karlie Jo Richey, 12 points, first in goat tying and breakaway roping; second in steer daubing; fourth in barrel racing. 2, Abbi Popelier, 7 points. Intermediate – Krista Marchand, 11 points, first in goat tying and breakaway roping; second in steer daubing. 2, Makenly Davis, 10 points. Senior – Kaelyn Marchand, 13 points, first in boat tying and steer daubing; second in cow riding; third in pole bending. 2, Bailey Nachigal, 10 points. 3, Haley Wainright, 8 points. Boys Peewee – Bryson Butterfly, 18 points, first in pole bending, California stake race and dummy roping; second in goat flanking and barrel racing. 2, Brier Selvidge, 15 points. 3, Braeden Signor-McLaughlin, 12 points. 4, Diesel Downey, 8 points. Junior – Clay Buchert, 13 points, first in barrel racing and steer daubing; second in pole bending; third in goat tying. 2, Brayden Schmidt, 10 points. 3, Tyler Popelier, 9 points. Intermediate – Wade Bruemmer, 15 points, first in calf stake tying, breakaway roping and steer daubing; second in chute dogging. 2, Dylan Beck, 10 points. Senior – Chance Stucker, 11 points, first in calf roping and steer wrestling; second in chute dogging.

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Tonasket Junior Rodeo winners earn saddles

Tonasket Junior Rodeo competitors win saddles in opening event

Loup’s U12 skiers do well at Stevens Pass

Loup Ski Team competes in U12 championships

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Shull cleans up at Loup’s snowboard races

Winthrop boarder wins four heats at annual Loup Snowboard Races

Barrel racers prepare for season opener March 23

Barrel racing season set to begin March 23 north of Tonasket

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Bonaparte Lake Snow Drags results

Here are the official results for the annual Bonaparte Lake Snow Drags snowmobile drag races that took place Feb. 8

Youth basketball gets under way

Lack of coach dunks Okanogan

Amateur Athletic Union basketball games got under way Saturday for many of the county’s boys and girls in grades three to six.

Registration starts for half-marathon, 10K race

Half-marathon race planned for April 26

Methow Valley Nordic team hosts two-day holiday camp

Young skiers, age 6 to 12 of any level, are invited to attend a holiday camp Sunday and Monday at the Mazama Community Center, 512 Goat Creek Road, at the junction of Lost River Road. The camp, sponsored by the Methow Valley Nordic Ski Education Foundation, will run 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Young hoopsters compete in Omak

Basketball teams composed of boys and girls from Omak, Okanogan, Nespelem, Inchelium and Keller competed Dec. 14 at RJ’s fourth annual Christmas Tournament at the Omak Community Center.

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