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Indians stay on a roll

April 8, 2014

Clarkston
make-up on
Thursday

Colville High continues unbeaten this spring.
The Indians of coach Jim Ebel, coming off a rainout weekend where they were scheduled to play at Clarkston, had three days off before a pivotal game last week at East Valley.
“With that rainout at Clarkston, we had three days off,” Ebel said.
Then last Monday, one day before heading to East Valley for a key Great Northern League softball game, the Indians turned in a clunker of a practice.
“We were horrible,” Ebel said. “It was our worst practice of the year.”

Cabbage stars

Gonzaga Prep easily win’s Colville Invitational

April 8, 2014

Artzis leads
Colville High

Gonzaga Prep easily captured the Colville Invitational Golf Tournament last Thursday at Dominion Meadows Golf Course.
The Bullpups, playing in an eight-team men’s field, totaled 311 (four scoring players). G-Prep was led by Michael Brutocao’s two-over 74 and by Ryan Anderson’s three-over-par 75. Andrew Durnford added a 78.
Host Colville High, led by the 76 from junior Sam Artzis, finished tied for fifth place at 366 with East Valley.
Other Colville scores: Duncan Maben, 86; Matt Hubbard, 94; Zach Jensen, 110.

Bulldogs win two of three to get season started

March 26, 2014

Justin Collier
will lead
Bulldogs

BY CHRIS COWBROUGH
S-E Sports Editor

Kettle Falls High (1-1, 2-1) opened the 2014 high school baseball season last week at home. The home cooking agreed with the Bulldogs, who won two of three games to get the season underway.
KFHS opened with a 6-5 come-from-behind win over visiting Omak of the Caribou-Trail League last Friday. Junior Devin Thompson got the win in relief.

Fast start for Colville

March 26, 2014

Cabbage, Wittmeyer lead

BY CHRIS COWBROUGH
S-E Sports Editor

Defending Great Northern League and District 7 2A softball champion Colville High got the 2014 softball season off to a fast start last week with three wins.
Playing in weather conditions more reminiscent of a winter that doesn’t seem to want to exit stage left until next November, the Indians came from behind to post a dramatic 5-4 win over Northwest Christian in the season opener for both teams last Thursday at frigid Vaagen Park.

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Clarkston make-up on Thursday Colville High continues unbeaten this spring. The Indians of coach...
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