COULEE CITY – Eight: That’s how many 3-point shots Chase Gerard of Almira/Coulee-Hartline made in the third quarter.
Brewster girls escape with 37-36 win as Mikenna Kelpman knocks in game winning 3-point shot; Lake Roosevelt falls to second in CWB 2B League standings
COULEE DAM – Lake Roosevelt High School hosted the Powerhouse Invitational Wrestling Tournament, Jan. 3, hosting 10 teams and winning the team trophy.
Tribal member Shawnee Ronyak, a senior at Northwest High School, has signed a national letter of intent to play collegiate softball at NCAA Div. I Coppin State University.
WILBUR – Aiden Hall (Colville tribal member) scored 10 points and hauled down eight rebounds for Pateros, but it wasn’t enough as the Wilbur-Creston would go on to win 49-31 over the Billygoats on Friday evening in non-league action.
WILBUR – Mackenzie Arden (Colville tribal member) scored 23 points and helped propel Wilbur-Creston to a 57-37 win over Aleeka Smith-Miller (Colville tribal member) and Pateros on Friday night in non-league action.
This fall sports season, dozens of tribal members and descendant athletes made tremendous strides in their respective sports. Following the season, we like to highlight a select few of the standouts by naming them to the All-Tribune team. Here are this season’s selections!
WENATCHEE – Colville tribal member Trinity Fjellman and the Omak Pioneers lost to cross-town rivals Okanogan in five sets on Friday night at the Caribou Trail League 1A District volleyball tournament in winner to state, loser our format.
PASCO - Three Colville tribal members participated in the Washington State 1B/2B Boy’s Cross Country Championships at Pasco’s Sun Willows Golf Course Saturday.
SPOKANE – Not everyone can say they’ve been able to play against one of the elite NCAA men’s basketball programs in the country, but Dedrick Pakootas (Colville tribal member) and his Lewis and Clark State College teammates can.
INCHELIUM – Kaylee Seymour (Colville tribal member) of the Inchelium High School Volleyball team took matters into her own hands against Columbia (Hunters) on Saturday afternoon.
WALLA WALLA – For the first time in the history of the Indian Relay Championship of Champions, a Ladies Relay was held and a champion crowned.
OKANOGAN – Riley Prescott (Colville tribal descendant) has been taking the reigns for Omak Express as he jockeyed for them at the Okanogan County Fair (September 7-8).
OMAK – He started racing in the Suicide Race when he was 16 years old. Now 12 years later, Oliver Pakootas has reached the promise land.
OMAK – For the second straight night, Oliver Pakootas (Colville tribal member) and his horse Onyx would go on to outlast the field, placing first on Friday night, taking a commanding lead in the overall standings.