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Loser-Out game looms on Monday for Kettle

February 4, 2014

Kettle Falls High (4-6, 10-8), currently in fourth place in the Northeast A League girl’s standings heading into the final week of regular season play, will play host to NEA no. 5 in loser-out action next Monday night.
Currently in fifth place in the standings is Medical Lake (3-8, 5-13). Riverside and Chewelah are both 2-8 in NEA play.
The other loser-out game will feature NEA no. 6 at NEA no. 3 (Newport is currently
Freeman (10-0, 14-4) holds a one game lead over second place Lakeside (9-1, 16-2).
The top four teams will advance to Bi-District play against the surviving
four teams from the Caribou-Trail League on Feb. 14-15.
The first rounds will be played at Omak and Okanogan
High Schools. Play will continue Feb. 22 back at West Valley High School in Spokane.
Kettle Falls travels to Riverside
on Tuesday. Game time is 5:45 p.m.
The opposition gets more rigorous on Thursday when NEA no. 2 Lakeside visits on Senior Night at Kettle Falls Middle School. Game time is 5:45 p.m.
Honored will be Kettle Falls seniors Emily Owens, Adiamond
Harrelson, Kourtney Keenan, Samantha Moss and Ana Gonzalez.
*To read the complete story, see the 2-5-14 edition of the S-E.

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