PATEROS – The Nannies varsity volleyball team hosted its annual volleyball tournament last Saturday, Oct. 21, and attracted six teams to a day’s worth of elimination matches. Teams from Omak, Tonasket JV, Manson, and Harrington joined the Pateros varsity

“We played better than the score belies,” said coach Pat McFadden. “And although we moved the ball well, mental mistakes and turnovers at inopportune times quashed our best efforts.”

BRIDGEPORT – Since their 31-6 win over Waterville-Mansfield, Sept. 16, the Mustangs varsity football team has had a tough run of luck in the five games leading up to their Homecoming finale against Soap Lake this Friday, Oct. 27.
Bridgeport lost to Lake Roosevelt 50-3 on the road last Friday, Oct. 20 with the team’s only score coming off the strong kicking leg of Diego Martinez.
“We played better than the score belies,” said coach Pat McFadden. “And although we moved the ball well, mental mistakes and turnovers at inopportune times quashed our best efforts.”
Bridgeport gained 87 yards on its passing game, mostly on three catches from quarterback Edgar Meza to wide receiver Chayo Martinez.
“, we had two interceptions on the night, both by interior linemen Manny Flores and Juan Trejo,” McFadden said.
A week earlier the Mustangs lost at home to the Oroville Hornets, 45-22.
At Brewster, Oct. 6. Bridgeport came out on the short end of a 56-10 score.
“Martinez played quarterback and fullback with three carries for 43 yards,” said McFadden.
Martinez also made four tackles and kicked 42-yard field goal.
“Junior Edgar Meza showed good skills and leadership with four solo tackles and stepped in at QB to throw 9 for 12 with 76 yards passing,” McFadden said.
The Mustangs host 2-4 Soap Lake at 7 p.m., this Friday.

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