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Chewelah wins a thriller

September 16, 2014

Cougs on the road at Lakeside

For the second straight week, Jenkins High played a thriller on the football field. But unlike the previous week when Chewelah dropped a heartbreaker to Priest River to open the season, the Cougars downed Warden, 24-21.
Over the previous week, head coach Jim Fisk and his staff worked to correct the mistakes Chewelah made in that opener against Priest River. The hard work paid off with an improved defense and a solid passing game.

Republic back on track

September 16, 2014

After turnovers and penalties cost Republic High an opening season win at home over Entiat, the Tigers got back on track last Friday at Almira-Coulee/Hartline with a workmanlike and wild 64-32 win.
RHS pretty much ran ACH (0-2) into the ground, scoring 42 points in the third and fourth quarters to break open a close game.
Angelo Rivera rushed for 255 yards on 16 carries and scored four touchdowns for Republic in Coulee City. Quarterback Aaron Fritts added a pair of passing touchdowns and two TDs on the ground.

Efficient outing

Chewelah loses a wild one

September 10, 2014

Priest River
wins a wild one

The Chewelah Cougars opened the 2014 high school football season at home last Friday night against Priest River. Despite jumping out to an early 13-0 lead, the Cougars were unable to hold on to that lead in a wild, high-scoring contest and fell to the Spartans 36-33.
Head coach Jim Fisk knows the Cougars are a work in progress at this juncture.
“We looked ragged at times,” Fisk acknowledged. “The parts are there, but we just have to execute.”

Indians will contend

September 10, 2014

CHS back in
the NEA

Colville High, who made some inroads last season in their final fling in the 2A Great Northern girl’s soccer league, will be a player and a factor in the retooled and improved Northeast A League this fall.
The Indians and Deer Park both relocated from the GNL to the NEA this fall. That will make for a more competitive league.
“We should be in the mix,” figured head coach Dave Rarrick, the Dean of NEA soccer coaches (entering his 17th season with the CHS girls program). “There are a lot of new faces in the league.”

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Cougs on the road at Lakeside For the second straight week, Jenkins High played a thriller on the...
After turnovers and penalties cost Republic High an opening season win at home over Entiat, the...
Priest River wins a wild one The Chewelah Cougars opened the 2014 high school football season at...

 

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