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Colville splits a pair of boy’s soccer match-ups

March 20, 2013

A busy week on tap

Colville High (1-1) split a pair of high school soccer matches last week to get the 2013 boy’s soccer season underway.
Back on March 12, Colville downed new Northeast A League member Medical Lake 4-2. On Thursday, another very good Cheney High team dispatched the Indians 6-0 on the Colville pitch. That match was the Great Northern League opener for both schools.
THIS WEEK
Colville will travel to Deer Park on Tuesday to face the Stags in a GNL match-up (4 p.m. start).

Holte leads Indians at West Valley

March 20, 2013

CHS freshman
opens a few eyes

A Colville High track and field team that includes more than a few new faces this spring got the 2013 high school season underway last Saturday at the 16-team West Valley Invitational.
CHS head coach Ty Brown said that going into the mid-March shakedown cruise the goal was to get a feel for what the Indians have this spring as they embark on a new two-year adventure back in the Great Northern League.

Spring sports get underway

March 20, 2013

Colville High hosted Chewelah and Northport in an impromptu three-team baseball Jamboree last Friday afternoon. The Jamboree, with each team playing three-inning “games,” served as a warm-up for this week’s schedule.
Colville opens the season on Tuesday at home when they host Great Northern League pre-season favorite East Valley in a single game (4 p.m. start) at Hofstetter Park. The Indians of head coach Boo Morrison travel to Deer Park for a GNL twin-bill with the Stags on Saturday (noon start). On Tuesday, March 26, CHS is at West Valley (4 p.m. start).

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