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DM Pro is top merchandiser

September 28, 2011

Dominion Meadows Golf Professional Andy Hite has been named the top merchandiser (public course category) in the Inland Empire PGA section. Hite, an Inland Empire PGA member since 1992, is in his 12th season as PGA professional in Colville and at Dominion Meadows. The honor is accorded annually by a vote of Inland Empire PGA professionals. Hite says he thoroughly enjoys the retail sales aspect of the golf business. His Just Rip It pro shop at Dominion Meadows is annually one of the best stocked anywhere in the region. “I enjoy it,” Hite says as he regrips clubs for a DM golfer.

The roll continues for Colville volleyball

September 28, 2011

Two teams expected to give Colville High a run for the Northeast A League volleyball title this fall are on the Indians’ schedule this week. CHS, with NEA wins over Newport and Riverside last week to get the league season underway, will host Lakeside High on Tuesday (6:30 p.m.) and travel to Freeman on Thursday (6:30 p.m.) in key NEA battles. Colville will travel to Chewelah next Tuesday (6:30 p.m. start). Colville is the favorite to win a second straight NEA championship this fall.

Bulldogs win in overtime

September 28, 2011

Despite managing only 98 yards of total offense, Kettle Falls High found a way to pull out a come-from-behind 13-12 Northeast 2B football win over visiting Davenport last Friday night.
In front of a big Homecoming crowd, the Bulldogs (2-2, 1-1) spotted the Gorillas (1-3, 0-2) an overtime touchdown before getting a two-yard run from Austin Anderson and the game-winning Kyle Dodson PAT kick.

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