Archive - Mar 27, 2012
Megan Ray leads NEA favorite
One thing has been consistent during Laurie Hiteâs tenure as Colville High School girlâs golf coach. Whether it has been the Great Northern League or the Northeast A, the Indians have been at the top of the heap when it comes to league championships and district titles.
The defending NEA and District 7 champions will be favored again when the prep golf season is scheduled to get underway for the Indians this week.
Weather permitting, Indians
slated to open NEA
Short-handed for their first week of action in a wet, cool spring, Colville High nonetheless was able to win three of four non-league games last week to get the 2012 softball season underway.
In their opener last Wednesday at Vaagen Park against visiting West Valley, the Indians fell behind 5-0 before battling back to post a 6-5 win.
One day later on a long bus ride for one five-inning game, the Indians blasted Omak of the Caribou-Trail League, 15-2.
Colville High School junior Aubrey Milatz won the title of Miss Colville at last Saturdayâs annual Miss Colville program in the CHS Auditorium. The Miss Colville event serves as a scholarship program for local 11th grade female students, and is sponsored in part by the Colville Chamber of Commerce and area businesses. Ten girls participated in this yearâs program. Milatz, daughter of Steven and Angela Milatz, also won the scholastic, spirit and judgesâ choice awards. First Alternate is Taryn Edlin, daughter of Kevin and Cherri Edlin.