Pateros cancels game with Odessa-Harrington
Game between ranked teams goes to Bulldogs
Billygoats low on numbers due to injuries, academics
Two injured in football game
Teams raising funds for Ramon Angel, who is recovering at Harborview Medical Center
Klemmeck leads Lions to victory
Israel Escamilla did it again, impressing all by finishing as the top freshman at the Mount Baker Invitational at Silver Lake Park on Saturday.
Palomares kicks 35-yard field goal
Brewster jumped out to a 34-3 halftime lead en route to a 47-10 league win over Tonasket on Friday.
Fever-4 drivers try out new rides
The 2015 dirt track auto racing season came to a close with championship races at Eagle Track Raceway on Saturday.
Bulldogs remain defeated with win over Brewster
Bowling leagues get underway in Omak
Friday football schedule
Schedule of volleyball, soccer games
Ben Klemmeck of Liberty Bell took first in boys varsity at the Runners Soul Erik Anderson Invitational on Saturday.
Tigers coming off 11-0 blasting of Brewster; Fillies top Omak in overtime
Soccer, volleyball teams open seasons
Opening week football scores listed
Association to buy more saddles, coats and buckles
Taz failed to place Saturday night
Taz claimed first place in the opening night of the World-Famous Suicide Race.
Moses Lake baseball team plays semifinal game Friday
Moses Lake team starts well in Babe Ruth World Series
The Methow team racks up 1,156 points in Okanogan County Summer Swim League Championships on Saturday.
With 35 horses qualified to compete in this years World-Famous Suicide Race, officials have scheduled elimination heats for Sunday.
Methow swim team cruises to victory
Elevated temperatures brings about closure Sunday night
Winthrop players edge Omak team en route to senior men's softball league championship
Methow Valley is at Okanogan; Omak is at Brewster
The four-team Okanogan County Summer Swim League starts competition Thursday with two meets.
Kenny Mayne is special guest host at Town Toyota Center event
Okanogan County will be well represented tonight at the 45th North-Central Washington Sports Awards at Town Toyota Center, 1300 Walla Walla Ave.
Play continues today in Tri-Cities
Play resumes Saturday in Cashmere for berths to state tournament
Brewster, Okanogan, Liberty Bell, Republic baseball reach state
Brewster, Okanogan and Liberty advanced from district play last week with berths to the state 2B baseball tournament.
Schools compete at Cashmere on Saturday
The region’s best 1B, 2B and 1A tennis players compete Saturday at the District 5/6 tournament for berths to state.
Final district games Saturday determine who keeps playing
The 2B District 6 softball tournament wraps up Saturday at Ephrata High School.
Teams continue play Friday, Saturday
Boys soccer team advances to postseason after taking out the Tigers, 1-0, and the Bulldogs, 2-1.
Bridgeport wins create 3-way tie in Central Washington 2B League
Ride winds up in Winthrop at noon Friday for '49er Days
Junior and senior high school athletes to compete
Pioneers win both games by score of 12-1
The Okanogan High School boys and girls track teams each finished third at the 38-team (700 athlete) Undeberg Invitational track meet Saturday.
Okanogan takes first game, Brewster wins nightcap
Hornets take first game 9-8, second 17-16
Bulldogs keep Bridgeport at bay, 13-2
Liberty Bell takes doubleheader from Lake Roosevelt
Five volunteers are needed tomorrow morning to help with the Omak Orchards in Bloom half-marathon and 10K race.
You can register while picking up bibs Friday
Nearly 65-year-old hatchery is on state cutting block
The Omak Fish Hatchery faces closure to help balance a shortfall in the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s projected budget for the 2015-17 biennium.
Pioneer boys win first match of season
The Omak High School girls tennis team won three matches last week, including 5-0 over Tonasket on Saturday, to remain undefeated this season.
Quincy hands Bulldogs first loss of the season, 11-10
Quincy, a 2A team, handed 1A Cashmere its first loss of the season, 11-10. As a result the Bulldogs dropped from No. 2 to No 3 in the third week of the Washington High School Baseball Poll released Monday night.
Women’s softball team opens league 2-0
Farmer’s Insurance of Omak finished third in a kickoff tournament last weekend for the Apple Valley Softball Association.