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January 11th, 2012

Colville cranks up the defensive pressure in three league wins

January 11, 2012

First place in NEA on the line at Freeman

Colville High girls’ basketball co-head coaches Al Bushnell and Ray Clark have conceded all along this season that the Indians’ mix of veteran talent and youth has been an ongoing work in progress.
Well, that work in progress has progressed nicely after early returns around the Northeast A League last week.

Another day besides Father’s Day for rodeo

January 11, 2012

The annual Panorama (Colville) Pro-West Rodeo is changing its dates from Fa­ther’s Day weekend to Fri­day, June 22 and Saturday, June 23.
According to Panorama Ro­deo Association Board (PRA) member Wyatt Cowley, the change comes in part because this year is a leap year, caus­ing this year’s rodeo to share the same calendar space with events in Oregon and South­ern Washington and the Na­tional College Rodeo Finals in Casper, Wyoming.
That could mean a drop in the number of cowboys who might other­wise compete in Colville’s Pro-West Ro­deo stop.

January 4th

Colville High volleyball up for Youth awards

January 4, 2012

Missy Bennett, CHS v-ball team also honored

Twenty standout high school athletes, including Colville High School junior volleyball player Joellee Buckner, have been recognized for their accomplishments in 2011 and will be honored during the annual Inland Northwest Youth Awards Luncheon Feb. 15 at the Spokane Convention Center.
The luncheon is hosted by the Inland Northwest Sportswriters and Broadcasters, whose 50 members in eastern Washington and north Idaho pick finalists and vote for the winners of junior male and female athlete, coaches and teams of the year.

Northeast A next for Indians

January 4, 2012

Colville High boys split in Yakima

A Colville High boy’s basketball team that has played inconsistently through a mostly rigorous non-league December schedule heads into the Northeast A League rat-race this week looking for some continued strong play on the defensive end and a better handle on some elusive offensive consistency.

Colville girls face busy week in Northeast A

January 4, 2012

One of the youngest teams in the tough Northeast A League will embark on a rigorous schedule this week.
Colville High (5-4) split a pair of games at last week’s SunDome Classic in Yakima. The Indians downed Woodland 28-21 last Thursday and fell Friday in overtime to Connell, 40-37.
THIS WEEK
Colville, playing solidly on defense, but struggling on the offensive end at this juncture, faces a busy slate of NEA games this week.

KIPS season starts this weekend

January 4, 2012

The Colville KIPS Gymnastics’ team will open its season this weekend at the Winter Spirit Meet in Clarkston. The meet will be hosted by the 360 Gymnastics Club. On Jan. 21-22, the KIPS will compete at The Hub in the Spokane Valley (Flip Fest, hosted by Dynamic Gymnastics of Spokane). Dynamic will also host a clinic on Friday, Jan. 20 that will feature several Olympians. The KIPS competitive team will be in Pullman Feb. 3-5 for the Palouse Invitational. The meet is annually hosted by Palouse Gymnastics.

December 21st, 2011

Alex Pond makes All-State first team

December 21, 2011

Colville High senior middle linebacker Alex Pond has been named to the 2011 Associated Press Washington All-State football team (Class 1A).
The teams (4A, 3A, 2A, 1A, 2B, 1B) are annually voted on by writers and editors from around the state.
Pond, named in the fall as the Northeast A League Co-Most Valuable Player on Defense, helped lead the Indians to a second straight Northeast A League championship. Colville finished 6-5 and made the state 1A playoffs.

Colville Junior High wins district title

December 21, 2011

Colville Junior High School captured the District Middle School wrestling championship last Tuesday at Colville High School.
The Warriors, who crowned five district champions, edged Lakeside for the team title.
Riverside and Deer Park finished third and fourth. Kettle Falls, with only seven wrestlers in the meet, finished fifth.
After dominating Chewelah, Kettle Falls and Northwest Christian at home during the regular season, CJHS lost a close dual to Lakeside, 36-37.

Carpenter runs well at Myrtle Beach

December 21, 2011

Colville High School cross-country standout Kevin Carpenter finished 34th in the boy’s intermediate division of last Saturday’s 2011 USATF National Junior Olympic Cross-Country Championships at Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Carpenter, who helped lead the CHS cross-country team of Dean Fischer to its second straight Class 1A runner-up finish last month in Pasco, turned in a time of 16:33.04 over the flat, fast Whispering Pines Golf Course track, located a half-mile from the Atlantic Ocean.

Indians win late, lose big at ML

December 21, 2011

A tip-in with three seconds left by 6-9 sophomore post Matt Hubbard lifted Colville High (4-3) to a wild 52-50 win over visiting Lakeland last Thursday night.
On Friday at Medical Lake, the Indians were outscored 16-4 in the second quarter and dropped a 48-32 decision to the Cardinals of the Great Northern League.
Back on Dec. 12, Colville used a big second half to rout visiting Wellpinit, 60-33.
THIS WEEK
Colville was at Okanogan (5-2) on Tuesday in a non-league game against the Caribou-Trail League club. The Pioneers are led by 6-6 senior post Joe Townsend.

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