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Ray Clark, Al Bushnell back to lead Colville

November 30, 2011

It could be another interesting winter for Colville High girl’s basketball.
The Indians, who finished 17-5 last season, lost five key seniors off a veteran club, but they return a solid nucleus of players and some promising newcomers that could pull some surprises in the competitive Northeast A League this winter.
Colville also returns a couple of familiar names and faces that have been actively involved with Colville girl’s basketball for many years.

Kettle Falls in rebuilding mode

November 30, 2011

What is likely one of the most inexperienced girl’s basketball teams in the Northeast 2B League (Bi-County) this winter will get the 2011-2012 season underway this week.
Kettle Falls High opened the season on Tuesday at the annual Chewelah Jamboree. The Lady Bulldogs will open their regular season on Thursday at Kettle Falls against Selkirk. Game time is 5:45 p.m.
KFHS will travel to Chewelah for another non-league date on Friday. Game-time against the Northeast A League member Cougars is 5:30 p.m.

Jeff Cook

November 30, 2011

Our loving Jeffy Cook was taken from us too soon at the age of 23. Born in Homer, Alaska on July 31, 1988, he moved to Kettle Falls with his family at age five and went to school in Kettle Falls and Colville until the age of 16.
He then moved to the westside of Washington, where he graduated from Darrington High School in 2006. At the age of 19, he got a job an Boeing where he remained until his untimely passing.

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