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April 15th, 2015

Busy week in store for Colville track & field

April 15, 2015

Interstate, Pasco
up this week

Like most area high school teams, Colville High got a respite from meets during Spring Break. But that will change this week. The Indians will send some athletes to one of the biggest meets of its kind in the West—The Pasco Invitational on Saturday. Entry into the Pasco Invite is via qualifying standard.
Other CHS athletes will compete in the annual Interstate Rivals Invitational at Freeman High School on Friday (3:30 p.m. start).
Before Spring Break last week, CHS competed back on April 3 at the Deer Park Invitational (25 teams).

Shooting Stars will defend national title

April 15, 2015

April 7th

Duke's Fantastic Freshmen Lead the Blue Devils to the National Title

April 7, 2015

April 1st

Luu, Schweitzer lead Indians at Ezra Gordon

April 1, 2015

CHS hosts 29
team Invite

The annual Ezra Gordon track and field Invitational last Saturday at Colville High School may go down in history as the largest one-day sporting event in Colville history. If it wasn’t the largest, then last year’s 30-team event might have been.
With several hundred athletes, more than 1,600 entries and 29 high school teams from around mostly Eastern Washington, who would argue the point?

Colville sweeps Medical Lake

April 1, 2015

Unbeaten Indians busy this week

Colville High (5-0) swept three Northeast A League baseball games last week. The Indians got solid pitching and timely hitting in blasting Chewelah, 17-0, at home last Tuesday (five innings) before taking two from visiting Medical Lake last Saturday, 9-3, 4-3.
Colville faces a busy slate of games this week. The Indians traveled to Chewelah on Tuesday for a rematch with the Cougars (4 p.m. start).
On Thursday, the Indians head to Nine Mile Falls and a single game with Lakeside (4 p.m.).

Riverside, Newport up next for CHS soccer

April 1, 2015

Indians 1-1 after opening week

After splitting a pair of match-ups to get the season underway last week, the Colville High boy’s soccer team will face Newport and Riverside this week in Northeast A League encounters before taking the week off for Spring Break.
Colville (1-1) will travel to Riverside on Tuesday for a match on the Rams’ pitch. Starting time is 4 p.m.
Colville will return home on Thursday against the same Newport club that downed Colville 3-1 last week in a non-league fray on the Indians’ pitch. That match will also start at 4 p.m.

March 24th

Germanwings Flight 9525 Crashes in French Alps With 150 People Onboard

March 24, 2015

An Airbus with 150 people onboard crashed in the southern French Alps on Tuesday, officials said. The A320, operated by Lufthansa’s budget airline Germanwings, was flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf and went down in the Digne region of the Alps-De-Haute Province, according to Reuters. There were 144 passengers, two pilots and four crew members, Germanwings said. "We are sorry to confirm that flight 4U9525 is an accident," the airline said on Twitter.

March 17th

Sign-up time for Colville Valley youth baseball players

March 17, 2015

No snow on
area fields

The Colville Valley U-12 Baseball League in Colville and Kettle Falls is gearing up for the season.
Warmer than the norm temperatures have many people thinking baseball.
The league, which serves youngsters in Colville, Kettle Falls, Northport and Inchelium, has started its registration process for both Colville and Kettle Falls teams, according to sponsoring Colville Kiwanis Club spokesman and league commissioner, Bob Meshishnek.
Assuming many of Meshishnek’s league duties this year will be Pastor Eric Ohrtman.

Colville will reload—rebuild

March 17, 2015

Indians lost some significant talent

If Colville High has any designs on returning to State later this spring (of course they do), the Indians of head coach Jim Ebel and assistant coach Tim Vaughn will have to replace some significant components to a team that ran roughshod through the Great Northern League the past two seasons and finished 21-4 last spring.
That record included a 1-2 mark at the State 2A Tournament in Selah. For those counting at home, that trip to State was Colville’s 13th straight.

New league, new challenges for Kettle Falls’ baseball

March 17, 2015

KFHS should
be competitive

Despite a low turnout earlier this winter (22 players) when spring practice sessions got underway, expect second year Kettle Falls High baseball coach Justin Collier to field a competitive team as the Bulldogs embark on their first season in the rigorous Northeast 2B League after spending two seasons in the second division of the Northeast A League.

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