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August Night golf tourney Friday features Glow Ball golf

July 30, 2014

The golf course is running fast and firm. The greens are some of the best in the region and despite all the heat, our dedicated group of volunteers continues to keep the golf course in great shape. Thanks for all you do!
In July, we started what we’re calling our Sunday Afternoon Geography Special. From 3 to 8 p.m. on Sunday’s (July 13, 20, 27 and August 3), we’ve got a deal that just can’t be beaten.
Yes, Colville golfers can take advantage of the promotion on Sunday.

Opie/Coxie Tournament Saturday

July 17, 2014

The Opie-Coxie benefit
scramble golf tournament
at Dominion Meadows
Golf Course will be held on
Saturday. The tournament
pays tribute to the late John
Ochs and Steve Cox.
This fun event, open to
golfers of all ability levels,
raises money for the nonprofit
Opie-Coxie Foundation.
All proceeds from one
of the most popular golf
tournaments on the Dominion
Meadows calendar each
season are used to support
youth in the area. Funds
are utilized to help young
people participate in sports
or educational programs
they might not otherwise
be able to afford.
The foundation motto:

Tiger Triathlon is this Saturday

July 17, 2014

One of the top one-day
events in Northeast Washington
every summer will
unfold on Saturday morning
at the Gillette Lake
Campground when the
24th Tiger Triathlon gets
underway.
Swimmers will hit the
waters of Gillette Lake (altitude
3,200 feet) promptly at
8 a.m. It won’t take long
for the first swimmers to
emerge from the water and
get on their bicycles for
the fast, mostly downhill
ride along scenic Highway
20 to Colville High School,
where triathletes will head
out over the rolling terrain
of the Rotary Trail.
Triathletes will get the
traditional Tiger Tri race

Adams, Lawrence win 2014 Governor’s Cup

July 2, 2014

Walleye fishermen braved some inclement, wet weather for the 2014 Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament on Lake Roosevelt last Saturday and Sunday. More than 50 teams competed in the tournament, which is hosted by the Lake Roosevelt Walleye Club.
When the weights had been tabulated Sunday afternoon, the local team of Phillip Adams and Jerry Lawrence topped the 2014 Governor’s Cup Tournament field with 29.42 pounds of walleye.

Colville swimmers prep for 40th Colville Invite

June 19, 2014

Big meet will
be June 28-29

The Colville Valley Swim Club is in the midst of its annual summer season of swimming in the British Columbia Summer Swimming Association circuit (divided into eight regions: Vancouver and District, Vancouver Island, Fraser South, Simon Fraser, Fraser Valley, Cariboo, Okanogan and Kootenays). The Colville-based team, a member of the Kootenay region, is the only U.S. squad in the league.
The club will host its 40th annual swim meet at the Colville Municipal Pool and adjacent Colville City Park June 28-29.

Tribe Pride football camp

June 19, 2014

The annual Tribe Pride Football Camp will be held at Colville High School June 16 to 20 and again June 23-25. The camp, hosted by CHS head coach Randy Cornwell and his staff, will run from 8:15 to 10:30 a.m. each day.
The camp is open to youngsters who are incoming eighth to 12th grade.
Cost of the camp is $20.

Colville AA Legion off to solid start

June 19, 2014

The Colville Junior Legion AA season is underway and Colville has gotten off to a fast start, going 5-2 in the first three weeks of the season.
Last weekend was a busy one for Colville. On Friday, the Indians hosted Medical Lake and jumped out to an early 5-2 lead, holding on to record a 7-6 win.
Skyler Lindquist picked up the win, while Colton Vining got the save.
On Sunday, Colville traveled to Cheney and was swept in the doubleheader, 7-6 and 16-0.

McKern leads Bulldogs at State 1A track & field

June 5, 2014

Kettle Falls High was represented by three track and field athletes at last weekend’s State 1A meet at Eastern Washington University’s Roos Field (Woodward Stadium).
Competing for the first time at State were seniors Tyler Johnson and Connor McKern, and freshman Casey Hamilton.
In the javelin competition last Friday morning, McKern uncorked a PR of 163-10. His career best mark came on the final throw of the competition and earned McKern sixth place on the medal stand.

Tora Luu medals for Colville at State 2A track meet

June 5, 2014

National record
in 1600 set

As expected, it was tough going for Colville High’s six athletes at the State 2A Track and Field Championships at Mt. Tahoma High School (Tacoma) last week.
The only CHS athlete to medal was Tora Luu, who cleared 5-0 in the high jump to finish sixth and make the medal podium. She had entered the State meet tied for the best mark in the 2A ranks this spring (5-2).

Two events

Zach Shoemaker and Joey Schweitzer, who went one-two in the javelin at the District 7 2A championship, finished 14th and 16th, respectively.

CHS doubles team ousted early in Seattle

June 5, 2014

Colville High’s entry into the State 2A tennis tournament last Friday and Saturday at the Nordstrom Center on the University of Washington campus in Seattle was a short-lived affair.
The Indians’ entry to the State tournament, the doubles team of Hannah Greene and Mariah O’Brien, was eliminated after a pair of losses.
Greene/O’Brien fell to their opposition from West Valley (Yakima), 0-6, 0-6, then were eliminated by a Kingston duo, 3-6, 6-7(5-7).
“The girls played well and gave it everything they had in the second set,” CHS head coach Phil Johnson said of the loss to Kingston.

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