Archive - Sep 2011
Columbia-Inchelium (1-1), coming off a lackluster 26-14 loss at Wilbur-Creston last Friday, will travel to Northport (1-1) Friday night in a key Northeast B-8 football match-up with the Mustangs. Game time is 7 p.m. Columbia-Inchelium head coach Chuck Wyborney wasnât pleased with the way his team played against the Wildcats. And the veteran coach placed the blame squarely on himself and his coaching staff.
Colville High opened the high school girlâs soccer season last week with a split of games. In their season opener on Sept. 7 against Priest River, Colville won 9-0. Striker Tasha Luu scored four goals and Dana Andres added two more. In last Fridayâs 7-1 loss at home to Shadle Park of the Greater Spokane League, Luu scored Colvilleâs lone goal in the first half. Shadle Park outshot CHS 17 to 9.
The fourth annual Balls & Chain Walleye Tournament will be held Saturday, Sept. 24. The tournament will launch at the Kettle Falls Marina (Old Kettle). The tournament was created after its founder, Casey McKern of Kettle Falls, was seriously injured in a swimming accident that left him paralyzed from the collarbone down. During his convalescence and through the challenges of recovery, the Kettle Falls community did what it always doesâcome together to help a community member and his family.
Itâs something of a testament to how talented the current Colville High volleyball team is when the Indians annex the high-powered Lakeland Invitational championship and coach Missy Bennett says her team didnât play as well as it could have.
Itâs only September.
Next to the Crossover Tournament, the annual Lakeland Invitational likely has the best field of any tournament the Indians will play in this fall.
Okay, the State 1A Tournament counts for something. After all, this team has some lofty goals this fall.
The Chewelah Golf & Country Club held its annual Open Best Ball/Scramble last weekend. The tournament proper was 54 holes.
The team of Chewelah Golf & Country Club PGA ProfesÂŹsional Jason Pitt and his partner, Payton Norvell, won the gross division in the championship flight with a 194 total. The duo of Colvilleâs Kent Brown and Spokaneâs Kevin Braegeer finished second, five shots behind.
In the net division of the championship flight, the team of Chewelahâs Brenton Harting and Randy Kirby from Spokane finished first ahead of Chewelah golfers Dave Tupek and Pat Monasmith.
Marion Martin Scotten, age 89, died Sept. 7, 2011. He was born Jan. 26, 1922 in Cedonia to Richard and Martha Scotten. His grandparents, Martin and Mary Scotten, were early pioneers from Missouri and helped found the Cedonia Church. Marion graduated from Columbia High School in Hunters in 1940. He moved to Seattle and was working at the Boeing aircraft plant when Pearl Harbor was attacked. During World War II, he served in the Army driving a supply truck on the Burma Road to China and returning by airplane over the Himalayas. After leaving the service, he lived in Spokane.
Patricia R. Ames, a resident of the Colville and Spokane area for the last 31 years, and loving mother and grandmother, passed away on Sept. 6, 2011 at Riverview Care Center in Spokane.
Pat was born Sept. 20, 1937 in Peoria, IL, the daughter of Walt and Margaret (Sturgis) LeMaster.
Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Edward James Ames, and by one brother, Jim LeMaster.
Randy Lee Miller, a resident of Addy, went to be with his heavenly Father on Sept. 3, 2011 at the age of 46. He was born on Dec. 22, 1964 in Chewelah, the first born son of Ron and Alene Miller. Randy lived and worked in Alaska as a young man and always loved to spend time outdoors. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and gardening. Randy was a logger by trade and a kid at heart. He loved his toys and smoking wild game and fish.
John âJimâ E. Stilwell met the Lord on Sept. 7, 2011 after a valiant fight through many surgeries that finally took their toll. His family was all at his bedside at Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Joel Garner, 92, was born June 12, 1919 to Joel C. and MarÂŹtina Garner. He passed away Sept. 6, 2011.
He was born in Spangle and the family moved to Colville when he was eight-years-old. He graduated from Colville High School in 1937.