Archive - Nov 1, 2012 - Sports Article
host loser-out against CWAC
Colville High annexed another district volleyball title last Saturday by downing East Valley in the CHS gym, 25-10, 25-14, 25-11. The fourth-ranked Indians, the defending State 1A champions, are District 7â€™s top seed to the 2A regional tournament on Saturday against the Central Washington Athletic Conference.
Cougars will host Crossover
The Northeast A League champion Chewelah Cougars (8-1, 6-0) finished an undefeated league season with a 55-7 trouncing of the Riverside Rams (1-8, 1-5) last Friday night at Snyder Field.
The Cougars jumped out to a big early lead and head coach Jim Fisk said that was the blueprint going in to this game.
â€śWe went in and took care of business,â€ť Fisk said. â€śIt was nice to put them away early, get out of there with no injuries and be able to get ready for next week.â€ť
Mom & two sons officiate tourney
Volleyball officiating is a family affair for the Smith clan of Chewelah.
Denise Smith, a very familiar face around Chewelah and one of that communityâ€™s most active and involved residents, has been officiating high school volleyball in northeast Washington for 27 years.
At last Saturdayâ€™s District 7 2A Tournament at Colville, Smith was joined by two of her sonsâ€”Stryker and Blaze. The Smith trio worked the tournament and was on the floor for the championship match-up between Colville and East Valley.