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Lake Roosevelt brings home sixth place at this year’s WIAA 2B Hardwood Classic; fourth time ever placing at state tournament

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Ralston and Taholah fall to Selkirk in the first round of WIAA 1B Girls State Tournament 

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Inchelium girls team makes first appearance to WIAA 1B Girls State Tournament in 12 years; upended in first round by Sunnyside Christian

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Cusick fends off late fourth quarter rally by Wellpinit for 73-66 win at District 7 tournament

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Lake Roosevelt escapes with 61-60 win over Brewster on last second shot

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After months of rehab, tribal descendant Sean Garvin fights back from knee injury to hold up the NJACC National Championship trophy 

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Lake Roosevelt places first, Omak takes home third; multiple tribal members place at holiday tournament  COULEE DAM – After making it to state as a 106-pound freshman last year, Colville tribal member Spencer Ferguson of Inchelium wants to fol­low that up with consecutive trips to the Tacoma…

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Lake Roosevelt girls roll past Oroville 58-8 and grind past Tonasket 50-46 to jump to the top of the league 

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Colvilles get last regular season race in before district championships set to take place 

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Cusick – In the first half, the WIAA 1B football game between Republic High School and Cusick High School was a defensive showdown – an 8-8 defensive grind – until, with two minutes left in the first half, Republic found the end zone.

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Tribal descendants Flowers and Whitelaw score two touchdowns apiece; Raiders earn fourth shutout of year as they beat tribal member Clendennen and Kettle Falls 69-0 

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Northwest Express wins the 2018 Championship of Champions Indian Relay at the wire

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Bulldogs are unique, says senior captain Julian Cates, noting his goal is to continue to learn and improve 

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