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SPOKANE – Getting to play with your friends on the basketball court can be a great experience, but how about sharing that with your brother?

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There’s a buzz around Inchelium this winter. Fans are flocking to the gym in support of their winning boys and girls basketball teams. 

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COULEE DAM – Lake Roosevelt jumped out to a quick 5-2 lead early on the first quarter against Okanogan but that would be short-lived.

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For all you diehard fans of the REAL Seattle SuperSonics, hope is not lost and is floating in the air.

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OMAK - Paris Marchand is one of four freshmen on this year’s varsity squad for the Omak high school girls basketball team. 

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Taking the floor for the Republic girls basketball team includes two Colville tribal members and two tribal volunteer coaches. 

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Lake Roosevelt takes control in the second half, beating Brewster 67-54 and moving up to first place in CWB 2B league standings 

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!  

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Lake Roosevelt volleyball ends 28-year drought; qualifies for the WIAA 2B state tournament

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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.

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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. 

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Lake Roosevelt girls soccer finishes fourth in league; one win shy of playing in crossover to state game 

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LAS VEGAS – There are now 17 Indian National Finals Rodeo World Champions, including Colville tribal member Francis Marchand of Omak. 

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Tribal member Kaelyn Marchand makes first appearance at Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas 

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Lady Pioneers knock off Chelan in penalty kick shootout; Vejraska boots home the winning kick, Arciniega nets the only goal 

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Oliver Pakootas and Onyx win four in a row; claim first overall title

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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.

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