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Colville will be a force in the NEA once again

March 14, 2012

Indians busy
this week

There is no reason to believe that the Colville High boy’s and girl’s track teams won’t score their share of points again this spring around the Northeast A League.
The Colville girls, who won the NEA dual meet championship, finished a close second at the regional to Chelan and finished 10th at the State 1A meet at Eastern Washington University, certainly have enough firepower back to replicate last spring’s successes. Ditto for the boys, who finished 15th at State.

Hip-hopping to Yakima

March 14, 2012

Kettle Falls Dance Team a rarity in Class B

It is rare for a small school like Kettle Falls High to compete in dance and drill. But Kettle Falls High not only has its first-ever team, but the Bulldogs will compete March 24 at the (all divisions) State Tournament in the Yakima SunDome on March 24.
The team is coached by Carolyn Green.

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