Colville turned up the defensive heat in the second half of last Saturday nightâ€™s District 7 2A girlâ€™s loser-out, winner to regional game at CHS and the result was an impressive 53-29 dismantling
of a Clarkston team that has given the Indians fits all winter long.
The win was the rubber match of the five-game season-long â€śseriesâ€ť with the Bantams (13-12), whose season ended.
Colville (18-6), second-seeded into the District tournament behind Great Northern League champion East Valley (19-3), avenged a 51-45 loss at home last Wednesday to Clarkston in District play.
Colville stayed alive for a regional berth with an impressive 58-42 dismantling
of slumping West Valley (15-8) last Friday night at home.
The Indians will travel to face Central Washington Athletic Conference District
champion and third-ranked Ellensburg (20-2). The game will be played Saturday at Big Bend Community
Collete. Game time is 8pm.
The winner will advanceâ€”loser out.
The Bulldogs, who shared the CWAC regular season championship with West Valley (Yakima), demolished a very good Ramsâ€™ team 59-33 to capture the CWAC District title last Friday night in Sunnyside.
*To read the complete story, see the 2-26-14 version of the S-E.