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Chewelah holds off Lakeside

October 19, 2011

Entering the final two weeks of their Northeast A League football schedule, Chewelah is in the league playoff picture after a victory over the Lakeside Eagles on Friday night.
The Cougars' defense had their best performance of the season, holding the Eagles to 207 yards total offense and stopping three Lakeside scoring threats inside the five-yard-line to preserve the 13-6 win at Nine Mile Falls.
“It was a good win for us on the road,” coach Jim Fisk said. “We’ll take it.”

Kettle defense comes up big against Springdale

October 19, 2011

The Kettle Falls High defense, run over one week earlier in a loss to Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, came up big against Mary Walker (Springdale) last Friday night in a 34-6 Northeast 2B football road win. Kettle Falls (4-3, 2-2) returned two first half interceptions for touchdowns and added a second half punt block return for another score. Kettle Falls put up 21 first quarter points on the Chargers (1-6, 1-4) and the first 34 of the game. “We came out firing on all cylinders on offense and our defense really stepped up and played well,” Corvino said of a must win.

CHS trap team comes in fourth

October 19, 2011

The Colville High School FFA trap shooting team recently finished fourth out of 16 teams competing at a shoot in Odessa. In photo (left to right) are Jonas Mebes, Logan Butterfield, Luke Walker, Kashmir Howes, Clayton Brassfield and coach Howie Kubik. Howes came home with three first place medals: first in women’s, first in Buddy Shoot and first in Missin’ Out. Brassfield was second in Missin’ Out. The team practices every Thursday after school and travels periodically to shooting clubs around the FFA league.

Colville cross-country team gears for post-season

October 19, 2011

It was a short drive down Highway 395 to the manicured fairways of the Chewelah Golf & Country Club last Tuesday for Colville High’s cross-country team. It took even less time than the drive for the local harriers to dispatch the over-matched Cougars. Under mostly sunny skies, the late afternoon confrontation between the Cougars and Indians provided little suspense, but was long on entertainment as both teams struggled to navigate the sparsely marked, tree-lined course.

Big second half propels Wellpinit over Northport

October 19, 2011

After getting close to high-powered Wellpinit (3-0, 6-1) back in early September, Northport High faithful had every reason to believe that the second time around would be different and the Mustangs might pull off a monumental upset. Well, things were different. NHS (3-1, 4-3) had few answers for the Wellpinit running-back A.J. Kieffer and the high-octane Redskins’ offense. The result was a lopsided 58-18 loss to fourth-ranked Wellpinit in a key Northeast 1B North eight-man game at Northport last Friday night.

Quentin J. Porter

October 19, 2011

Quentin J. Porter, 85 of Colville, died Monday afternoon, Oct. 10, 2011 with his family at his side and in the comfort of Francis House Syracuse, where he had been since Sept. 29, 2011. Quentin finally lost his ten-year battle with cancer.
He was born on March 20, 1926 in Berlin, Wis,. The son of Harold A. and Helen Lubenetski Porter.
He married Jeanne Bodenback in 1949 in Wisconsin. Quentin and Jeanne were happily married for 40 years. Jeanne, ‘Mama Jeanne’, passed away in 1989 after her own battle with cancer.

Daisy Mae Boughey

October 19, 2011

Daisy Mae Boughey, 94, a resident of Rice for the past 19 years, and a former resident of Leavenworth, died Oct. 10, 2011 at Colville. Daisy Mae was born on June 6, 1917 to Enes and Janie (Waum) Dale at Ryegate, Montana, where she was raised and educated. Daisy married Leland E. Boughey on Sept. 2, 1952 in Seattle. They moved to Leavenworth where they owned and operated Icicle Farm Dairy and where Daisy also worked as a waitress. After retiring in 1991, Daisy moved to Rice, where she has lived ever since.

Clarence A Rieper

October 19, 2011

Clarence A Rieper was born Dec.20, 1922 and passed away on Oct. 7, 2011 from a brief and sudden illness. He was the youngest child of Henry and Estelle Davis Rieper.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Edmund and Wayne, and a sister, Florence Ruth Harper. Born and raised on a farm near Northport, he attended the one- room Cedar Creek School until eighth grade. He graduated from Northport High as Salutatorian in 1940. He was a retired veteran, serving first in the Air Force and then the Air National Guard.

Marjorie Rose Jolley

October 19, 2011

Marjorie Rose Jolley, a 33-year resident of Colville, passed away on Oct. 12, 2011 in Colville at the age of 76. Marjorie was born on Jan. 31, 1935 at Inchelium, the daughter of Ervin Charles and Violet Marie (Moomaw) Peone.

Henry Riley Stephenson

October 19, 2011

Henry Riley Stephenson, a 62-year resident of Colville, passed away on Oct. 14, 2011 in Colville at the age of 90. Riley was born on June 18, 1921 in Burwell, Nebraska, the son of Clarence Daniel and Rebecca Amanda (Tockey) Stephenson.
He was raised in Nebraska and graduated in 1941 from the town of Boelus. Riley entered the U.S. Army on Dec. 19, 1944 and served overseas in the Pacific Theater. He was honorably discharged on Nov. 12, 1946 and returned to Nebraska. On Oct. 27, 1946 he married Roma Evelyn Reher, “his million dollar baby that he met at the 5 & dime store.”

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