High School Sports


#12 Matt Fitz dips his shoulder a little too much on his swing and pops up to second base after contact.
  CHELAN - For some reason, Cashmere has Chelan’s number when it comes to the diamond.  After beating the Goats on Saturday by a combined score of 19-1 in two games, the Bulldogs have pushed their winning streak over Chelan to an astounding 21 games, dating back to 2009.  Overall, the Goats...
  BREWSTER / BRIDGEPORT - The Manson Trojan soccer team showed some heart this past weekend.  After getting shut out in a tough match against Brewster on Thursday, Manson came out two days later and blanked the Bridgeport Mustangs on their home pitch.    • Brewster    In one of the most anticipated...

Photo Courtesy of Lee Southard Back Row (Left to Right): Yancy Ayala, Spencer Southard, Nadia Rivera, Lefty Davis, Daisy Arias, Christopher Mudgett, Tyler Anderson. Front Row (Left to Right)): Jaime Padilla, Alexis Williams, Yaretzy Ayala, Neida Guerrero, Celest McTaggart, Ginny Kammeyer, Brooklyn Eisenhard.
  ENTIAT - Rain and snow are the natural enemy of a tennis team, but the Entiat tennis team sees it as more of an opportunity.  “The first week of our season consisted of snow blowing and shoveling 18-inches of snow and ice off of our courts. (Although) The snow and rain has slowed our development...

Photo Courtesy of Julie Cannon Front row: L to R: Josh Peterson, Jesse McClendon, Jeffrey Bouschor, Jordy Medrano, Gladys Tovar, Natalya Paz, Faith Southard Standing: L to R: Case Crutcher, Cesar Ramos, Tai Tran, Kirston Tran, Dainel Allshouse, Wade Dahl, Michael VanCamp, Josh Diehm, Randy Gibson, Diego Santos, Blake Duncan, Jenny Lopez, Olrando Villafuerte, Drew Duncan, Colby Crutcher, Cameron Eisenhard, Mckenzi Bartlett, Allison Haynes, Faith Garibay, Yuki Sanford, Gemma Delgado, Grace Giacomazzi, Ivette Mora.
  ENTIAT - Boasting a roster of 35 talented kids, the Entiat Track team and their head coach Julie Cannon are poised to compete for the District 6 Championship trophy this season.  This is evident in their practices according to Cannon.  “Our practices have been very competitive and the kids are...

Results of the 100 yard 200 yard and second 200 yard VFS. The 300 yard shoot was moved to a second 200 yard shoot because of to much snow and ice at the 300 yard line. The next shoot is on April 1. Names left to right back row: SAM SMALL 3rd in 1st 200yd 2nd in the no.2 200yd, BILL SMALL 2nd in 1st 200yd, JEFF KLAPSTEIN, CHRIS WILDER, WALLY JUNEAU, DAN WINSHIP 2ND IN 100YD 1ST IN NO.2 200yard Front row LEFT TO RIGHT: TOM PEYTON 1st in 100yd, 1st in 1st 200yd, GLEN SAMPSON, HANNAH CRIPE, DAN ZACCANTI 3RD no. 2 200yd and DENNIS TOLLIVER.
  CHELAN - Six softball players have added their names to the growing list of Fastpitch Northwest Scholarship winners. The 2017 winners were seniors Jessica Oules, Chelan (Wash.)  Madison Parker, Pendleton (Ore.), Courtney Williams, Granger (Wash.), Kylee Hill,  Amity (Ore.), Jessica Smith, Rupert...

Front row: (L-R) Gladys Rodriguez, Devyn Smith, Diocelina Cervantes, Bianca Alexander, Karina Mendoza Back row: (L-R) Coach Kendra Farnsworth, Diana Lopez, Nicole Sepulveda, Autumn Stover, Litzy Sarabia, Veronica Lulo, Libbey Ireland, Jasmine Pascasio, Alondra Chavez Not pictured: Megan Clausen, Mara Vargas, Kassie Strange, Miriam Acosta, Aerolynn Geddes, Coach Liz Morris
  MANSON - Youth can be good and bad to have as characteristic of your team.  The Manson girls softball team is hoping that they are on the good side of that conundrum as they have only eight returning players and nine girls who haven’t played softball before this year.  “We have been spending a...
  MANSON - One thing Manson and Chelan have in common is the obvious popularity track is for a sport amongst the youth.  Similar to the high turnout for Chelan’s track team, Manson has drawn some heavy interest from their students, leaving coaches in a little bit of a pickle.  “The coaches and...
  MANSON - Although the weather has been less than ideal, the Manson Trojan soccer team feels as if they are already in good form.  “Under the circumstances with all of the snow, we have had some really focused and intense practices leading up to the jamboree and our first game,” head coach Jared...

Photo By Zach Johnson Front row left to right. Bryce La Mar, Avery Thompson, Jake Lodwig, Zach Serafini, Caleb Rossell, Parker Schoenwald Middle Row left to right. Marcus Bernardo, Everardo Guillen, Victor Calderon, Cody Fitzpatrick, Joseph Mogan Top Row left to right. Spencer Thompson (bat boy), Jose Pascasio, Angel Cervantes, Bryan Bernardo, Ethan Schoenwald, Caden Beazley Not pictured. Mason Cameron, Alex Solorio, Conner Clausen
  MANSON - Okanogan is a baseball powerhouse. They have been for some time, at least for Manson though, they won’t have to play them this year as the Bulldogs moved up a division.  “We also added Waterville and Soap Lake, which made our league much more evenly competitive, so this season we are...

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