Play-in basketball games slated for tonight

James Colbert passes against Lake Roosevelt on Thursday. The Bulldogs topped the second-place Raiders and earned on a tiebreaker a play-in game against White Swan for the No. 4 seed from the south to district. District starts Wednesday, Feb. 10, at either Eastmont High School in East Wenatchee or Wenatchee High School.

SOAP LAKE — The Okanogan boys and Oroville girls will compete in play-in games Monday in an effort to reach the District 5-6 tournament,

Oroville, the No. 5 team in the Central Washington 2B League, takes on Kittitas, No. 4 from the south for the No. 4 seed to district, which starts Wednesday at either Eastmont High School in East Wenatchee or Wenatchee High School.

After the first round, games will be at Eastmont high school and middle school.

A scheduling conflict caused some first-round games to be moved to WHS.

The Okanogan boys play White Swan at 6:30, also for the No. 4 seed from the south.

The Bulldogs tied with Manson for fifth in the Central Washington 2B League-north division.

The tie was broken based on quality wins.

Okanogan beat No. 2 Lake Roosevelt while Manson had beaten No. 3 Oroville.

District schedule for Wednesday, with games set to reduce conflict so fans travel to each venue.

Wenatchee HS / Eastmont HS

3:15 (boys) Kittitas vs Lake Roosevelt OK or White Swan vs. Brewster

5:00 (girls) Lake Roosevelt vs. Waterville-Mansfield Oroville or Kittitas vs. Okanogan

6:45 (boys) Oroville vs. Mabton Liberty Bell vs. Warden

8:30 (girls) Tonasket vs. Mabton Warden vs. Brewster

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