High School Sports


Senior Kyler Borden, left, one of the floor leaders of this year’s Waterville-Mansfield varsity basketball team, goes to the hoop guarded by Brewster’s Joe Taylor during the Shockers’ second game of the season at Brewster last Friday.
WATERVILLE – The Shockers varsity boys basketball team opened its 2018-19 season with losses to Entiat and Brewster before posting its first win on the road at Republic, 44-23, last Saturday, Dec. 1. Waterville-Mansfield gave Entiat all it could handle, coming within four points of the Tigers, 55-...

Members of the Bridgeport High School Cheer Squad include, front row, from left: Joanna Prestegui, Camilla Aparicio, Nayelli Garcia, and Zaira Oregon. Back row, from left: Irene Jimenez, Sugeidy Infante, Francisco Torres (mascot), Esmeralda Cancino, and Graciela Infante.
BRIDGEPORT – The Mustangs varsity basketball opened its season on a high note with a pair of wins, one over Central Washington 2B League rival Soap Lake and the other over non-league opponent Pateros. Bridgeport hosted the Eagles in a 60-38 home opening win last Friday, Nov. 27, and narrowly...

Sammi Emigh scores two of her 14 points against Waterville-Mansfield
BREWSTER – The Bears varsity basketball teams made a clean sweep of non-league Okanogan and Central Washington 2B rival Waterville-Mansfield in the opening week of their season last week, even though the boys let Okanogan come within five points, 80-75, at the final buzzer. Joe Taylor and Corey...

Bears senior Joe Taylor, right, guards Waterville-Mansfield’s Tyler Borden as the Shockers senior drives to the hoop during last Friday’s 75-23 loss at Brewster. Photo by Mike Maltais
     

Bears sophomore Logan McGuire, right, goes up for a rebound against Okanogan’s Gage Wilson during Brewster’s 80-75 win over the Bulldogs in the non-league season opener last Thursday night. Photo by Mike Maltais
     

From left, Pateros FFA students, Dan Rossman, Slade Ginter, Jesse Ginter, and Josh Smith competed in the annual Okanogan Alumni Trap shoot and brought home some hardware. Slade Ginter placed first in Buddy Shoot and second in Annie Oakley. Jesse Ginter was High Point shooter for the team and Smith was second. FFA advisor Lyle Blackburn said it was the first shoot for most of the team, with more events planned next spring.

Pateros eighth grader Eli Rachwitz, center, threads the needle between two Waterville-Mansfield players for a layup during last Monday’s Junior High basketball game against the visiting Kernels.

Anna Williams
PATEROS – Nannies sophomore Anna Williams has been named to the 2018 Central Washington 1B All-League Volleyball first Team by a vote of coaches and athletic directors. While Williams was the only Pateros player to make the First Team among some stiff competition, the Nannies won the team...

Ernie Nanamkin
BREWSTER – A near-dozen Bears varsity football players were voted to the Central Washington B All-League football teams this fall. Four players, Joe Taylor, Alfredo Nila, Miguel Chacon, and Giovani Nila were selected for both the offensive and defensive teams. Taylor was a First Team pick at...

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