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Okanogan falls to Napavine 42-10 in semifinals of WIAA 2B state tournament; Bulldogs end the year 11-1

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Inchelium’s Issac Hoskie earns a spot in this year’s 1B/2B WIAA State title race

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Omak holds off late rally by Newport for 33-28 win in crossover play-in state game; Kessler Fjellman racks up 198 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns for Pioneers

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Talliyah Timentwa leads her team to victory in the Jr. Relay championship at Waterville

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OMAK – It was just like old times for Scott Abrahamson (Colville tribal member) as he and his horse Duranimal would go on to place first on Thursday night in the first of four races for this year’s World Famous Suicide Race.

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NESPELEM – Not wanting their accomplishments to go unnoticed, the Colville Business Council acknowledged a handful of tribal youth, Aug. 2 in the Council Chambers.

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The last team standing; Young Guns ride wave of momentum to this year’s NABI Championship

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Tameron Hall earns CTL Wrestler of the Year honors finishing 19-0, winning the District 6 (1A/2B/1B) 106-pound championship

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Lake Roosevelt boys’ basketball returns with loaded roster for next season as underclass look to get Raiders back to the Spokane Arena

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Hoskie ends year with strong showing at championships; ends sophomore season as one of the regions top 400 meter runners

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Marchand tames Kodiaks with two complete games; pitches one shutout as Omak softball sweeps doubleheader against Cascade

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COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA - In his second year at North Idaho College, Colville tribal descendant Navarro Nanpuya placed fourth at the 2021 NJCAA Wrestling National Championships, April 22, earning All American honors after coming into the tournament as the seventh seed in the 174-pound bracket. 

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In his final season Lake Roosevelt’s Daxton Whiteman races out of the gates moving his name up to the top of the list for CWA 2B Boys Varsity golfers

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