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April 25th, 2012
Chewelah tennis had a light week last week with the girls losing 3-2 in Colville and the boys winning 3-2 and the girls falling 4-1 to Reardan High School at home in non-leagsue boys and girls tennis action.
In an unusual move against Colville, Chewelah forfeited the no. 1 and no. 2 singles matches to Colville and instead the Cougars top boyâ€™s doubles team of Tyler Monasmith and David Vilchiz played Colvilleâ€™s top singles players and one of the top Class 1A girlâ€™s doubles tandems in the state in Liselotte Doggen and Erin Little in an entertaining and well played doublesâ€™ match.
Kettle Falls High (4-4, 5-7) hopes to be back to full strength this week. The Lady Bulldogs, who have struggled for much of the spring to date, hope that getting their regular line-up back intact will spark a KFHS team looking for a boost as the Northeast 2B League heads down its stretch run.
In their only action last week, Kettle Falls dropped a non-league doubleheader at Priest River, 21-3, 6-2.
Mustangs still unbeaten
Northport High (12-0) notched four more Panorama League North (Northeast 1B) wins last week.
The Mustangs of coach Don Baribault swept host St. Michaelâ€™s last Saturday, 8-4, 16-6. In a doubleheader at Curlew back on April 17, NHS won 9-2, 13-7.
Northport was home on Tuesday for a doubleheader against Selkirk. On Saturday, Odessa/Harrington visits for a doubleheader (noon).
The Mustangs will finish the regular season against Wilbur-Creston and Cusick.
Win out and CHS wins
Colville High (5-2, 7-3-1) heads into the final week of Northeast A League boyâ€™s soccer play needing to keep winning to annex their second straight league championship and garner a coveted opening round bye and District 7 1A championship host role next week.
The top three NEA teams will advance to the post-season, which will start next Tuesday with NEA no. 2 hosting NEA no. 3. The District title match-up is scheduled for next Wednesday or Thursday at the home of the league champion.
One of the biggest and most popular one-day golf tournaments of the season at Dominion Meadows Golf Course will be held Friday, May 4 when the Mayorâ€™s Open Golf Tournament unfolds at DM.
Presiding over this yearâ€™s tournament will be new Colville Mayor, Deborah Rarrick.
Entry fee is $60 per player (includes 18 holes of golf, shirt, lunch, dinner and â€śgoodie bagâ€ť).
There are also hole sponsorships ($100), team and hole sponsorships (combined $325) and combined team and shirt sponsorships ($750) available.
June 9 at DM
A four-person scramble forÂmat golf tournament to benefit the Wildland Firefighter FounÂdation will be held at Dominion Meadows Golf Course on SaturÂday, June 11 starting at 9 a.m. (shotgun start).
Entry fee is $50 per person. The entry includes greens fees and lunch. Mulligans and 50/50 tickets will be available for purchase. Team prizes will be awarded after the conclusion of play.
rodeo is May 19
This yearâ€™s Arden Old-Timerâ€™s Rodeo will return to its usual May date. The 2012 edition of a popular rite of spring will be held Saturday, May 19 at the Arden Old-Timerâ€™s Rodeo Arena. The show will start at 2 p.m.
Admission is by donation.
This yearâ€™s rodeo will include a raffle and the opportunity to win half a beef (first prize), a cord of firewood (second prize) and handmade saddle racks (third place).
Tickets for the drawing the day of the rodeo are $1 apiece.
But Indians are
still tied for 2nd
It wasnâ€™t a pretty week for the Colville High School baseball team.
The Indians (4-4, 5-5), despite playing at home the entire week, managed only one win in four games. Colville started the week back on April 10 with a 14-4 loss to Northeast A League-leading Lakeside (7-2) and followed that up one day later with an 8-0 loss to Freeman (2-4).
On Saturday, the Indians managed a split with Newport, losing the opener 7-3 and coming back for a 3-1 win in the second game.
Colville High had no trouble improving its spring fast-pitch softball record to 6-0, 8-2 last week with Northeast A League wins over Freeman, Riverside and Chewelah.
The Indians, winners of five straight and seven of their last nine, started the week back on April 10 with an easy 16-0 drubbing of visiting Freeman at Dean Vaagen Park.
On Wednesday, Colville swept host Riverside 11-0, 12-0. On Saturday, back home at Dean Vaagen Park, CHS rolled to easy 15-1, 11-0 wins over Chewelah.
Moses Lake next April 20-22
The Colville High School Equestrian Club has the opportunity to compete in a variety of classes during their meets.
The team recently competed in their second meet at Wenatchee. Hannah Gormon placed third in Dressage and has the opportunity to advance to State at Lynden in May.
McKenna Iverson placed first; Mikala Harris was second and Brianna Short was fourth in Poles at the last meet.