COULEE CITY - Maguire Isaak of the Almira/Coulee-Hartline boys' basketball team was named B player of the year last week by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association.
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Following up on Okanogan’s Mike Carlquist and Brewster’s Tim Taylor going into the state basketball coaches Hall of Fame this summer got me to checking on other boys’ basketball coaches and their records.
TONASKET – The Tonasket High School wrestling team, led by the Central Washington League’s wrestler of the year Isaac Gomez at 195 pounds, landed eight No. 1 all-league wrestlers in CWL all-league voting.
Gonzaga University women’s basketball seniors Chandler Smith of Brewster, along with Zykera Rice and Laura Stockton, finished their regular season with a 68-58 win over Loyola Marymount University at McCarthey Athletic Center on Saturday.
YAKIMA - The Okanogan High School boys’ basketball team dug itself out of a 10-point halftime deficit but could not get over the hump, falling 61-52 in overtime to the Bellevue Christian Vikings on Feb. 27 at the Yakima SunDome.
WENATCHEE – No. 15-seeded South Bend took advantage of No. 10 Liberty Bell’s inexperience to post a 42-36 loser-out, 2B regional girls’ basketball victory Feb. 23 at Wenatchee High School.
WENATCHEE – No. 11-seeded Oroville Hornets edged No. 14 Napavine Tigers, 45-43, in a loser-out, regional boys’ basketball game Feb. 23 at Wenatchee High School.
OMAK - Omak Fish and Game Club, along with the Oroville-Tonasket gun clubs, competed in week eight on Sunday, the final week in the 101st Spokesman-Review Inland Northwest Trapshoot tournament.
TACOMA - Tonasket High School’s wrestling team captured its third straight 1B/2B state championship Feb. 15-16 at the Tacoma Dome.
NEWPORT - Okanogan charged back in the fourth quarter to eliminate Newport, 59-55, in a 1A District 6/7 crossover boys’ basketball game Feb. 16.
SPOKANE – The Omak bowling team, sponsored by Valley Lanes, finished second at the Washington State Bowling Proprietors State Tournament Feb. 16-17 at Lilac Lanes.
BREWSTER – Omak closed strong in a 47-34 win over Okanogan in loser-out, winner-to-a-crossover-game in the 1A District 6 girls’ basketball tournament Feb. 13 at Brewster High School.
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