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February 20th

Colville ninth at Mat Classic

February 20, 2013

Othello wins 2A, DP comes up short

BY CHRIS COWBROUGH
S-E Sports Editor

Colville High’s Chandler Knight (182) finished third at Friday and Saturday’s XXV Mat Classic at the Tacoma Dome to help lead the Indians to a ninth place finish (52.5 points).
Teammate Trenton Welton finished fifth at 138 pounds and Colville’s 152-pound standout, Tanner Smith, capped a stellar high school career with a sixth place finish.
The Indians’ Grady Nelson (132), Ian Cox (138) and Ryley Smith (152) did not place.

A quick visit to the post-season for Indians

February 20, 2013

Cheney escapes

The Colville High girl’s basketball season came to an abrupt and disappointing end back on Feb. 12 when visiting Cheney escaped with a 35-33 win in District 7 2A loser-out action.
CHS junior Sadie Learn led the Indians with 11 points.
This one was close throughout. A 13-9 fourth quarter run for the Blackhawks was just enough. CHS (10-11) had its chances down the stretch, but some late misfires from the field and the free throw line (six of 15) didn’t help.

Cashmere ends Chewelah season

February 20, 2013

NEA champions
finish 19-6

The Chewelah Cougars boys’ basketball season came to an end Saturday with a 73-47 loss to Cashmere High School in the third place/loser-out game of the 1A Bi-District tournament in Omak.
The Cougars were in the third place game by virtue of pulling out an incredible 53-50, come-from-behind win over Northeast A League rival Lakeside on Friday night.
The Cougars finished with a 19-6 overall record and won the NEA title with an unblemished 12-0 record.

February 14th

Colville sends six to Mat Classic

February 14, 2013

But injury
sidelines
Jesse Morrison

Colville High turned in some successes at last Friday and Saturday’s Class 2A Region IV wrestling tournament at Ellensburg High School. But there were also some disappointments.
District 7 champion Colville High qualified six wrestlers to Friday and Saturday’s Mat Classic XXV at the Tacoma Dome. The Indians, who also shared a GNL dual meet championship this winter, finished fourth at the regional with 150.5 points.

Chewelah still alive in Bi-District playoffs

February 14, 2013

Cougars lose a
pair during week

The Chewelah Cougars boys’ basketball team bounced back from a pair of losses last week to advance to this week’s semifinals in the NEA/CTL Bi-District Tournament against Lakeside.

Kettle’s Vining, Anderson make Mat Classic field

February 14, 2013

Chewelah will be well represented

Kettle Falls High senior Tyler Vining (220) and sophomore Austin Anderson (170) qualified at last weekend’s District 6-7 regional wrestling meet (Chelan High School) for the 25th annual Mat Classic all divisions’ state championships Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.
Vining, who was thought to be finished for the season after re-injuring his right knee in the district tournament, competed at Chelan on essentially one leg and still managed a third place finish and a spot in his third Mat Classic.

February 8th

Chewelah rides 15-game streak into Bi-District

February 8, 2013

Cougs the favorite for District title

The Chewelah Cougars (17-3, 12-0) finished their regular season on a roll, going undefeated in Northeast A League play and now riding a 15-game winning streak into the NEA and Bi-District tournaments.
The NEA tournament got underway on Monday with boy’s games. Medical Lake traveled to Chewelah for a seeding game into the Bi-District Tournament. The top two finishers during the NEA regular season automatically advance to the Bi-District Tournament.
In NEA loser-out games, Newport was at Lakeside and Riverside visited Freeman.

A chance meeting with Mixed Martial Arts

February 8, 2013

How a controversial sport changed a life

It’s a quiet morning in the Underground Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Academy in Kettle Falls, except for the steady, slightly labored breathing of two participants just wrapping up the Senior Boomers Boxing session. After their workout, the husband and wife team visit with the acad­emy’s trainer and owner, David “The Viking” Anderson, who sits at his desk.

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