High School Sports

BREWSTER – The Lady Bears varsity softball team dealt a double loss to the visiting Almira-Coulee-Hartline Lady Warriors in non-conference play on Saturday, March 8. The first game if the doubleheader was called after five innings per the 10-run rule with the Bears up 13-3. Anah Wulf hit a two-run...

Mike Maltais/QCH Rick Lewis, right, confers with another referee during a break in a 2018 Brewster High School varsity girls’ basketball game.
OKANOGAN COUNTY – The COVID pandemic has disrupted daily life in countless areas including school sports programs and the ranks of high school sports referees have not been immune to the changes. Due to COVID-19 adjustments this year’s traditional WIAA winter sports are being played in Season 3...

Courtesy Brad Skiff, Bridgeport School District Pepe Plascencia, (23), right, fights for control of the ball against an Oroville opponent.
BRIDGEPORT – The Mustangs varsity soccer team lost its first game of the season to the Ephrata Tigers, 3-1, but made up for the loss by winning its next game two games by defeating Oroville, 4-2, on the road April 22, and Tonasket, 3-1, at home on April 24. Head coach Gabe Gonzalez reported that...

Courtesy Brad Skiff Bridgeport School District Senior Karla Torres clears a hurdle at last Friday’s nine-team NCW track meet hosted by Bridgeport. Torres finished furth in the 100-meter hurdles and sixth in the 300 meters. Photo: H18 Christopher Newman
BRIDGCEPORT – On the strength of first place performances in several events, the Mustangs and Fillies varsity track and field teams finished second and third respectively in the nine-team NCW meet held at Bridgeport last Friday, April 29. The Mustangs scored a total of 84 points to come in...

Courtesy Brad Skiff, Bridgeport School District Pateros sprinter Anna Williams, center, leads a herd of Bridgeport Fillies in a 100 meters heat at the NCW track meet held at Bridgeport on April 19. Along with Bridgeport the competitive field included teams from Lake Roosevelt, Liberty Bell, Brewster and Pateros.
 

Courtesy Greg Austin, Brewster School District Members of the Brewster High School 2021 varsity track and field team include back row from left: Omar Barrera, Lemuel infante, Anthony Talavera, Luis Fernandez, Gio Nila, Oscar Guzman, Juan David Martinez, Jose Nila, Angel Maldonado, Pete Rios, Nick Sutherland, Mason Harper, Dane Hampe, Alexis Cortez, Juan Hernandez, Caleb Infante, Brayan Benitez, and Yahir Pio. Front row, from left: Gimena Hurtado, Sarah Pamatz, Maritza Ochoa, Alexia Hurtado, Amizadai Mora, Melissa Garcia, Halle Aparicio, Monse Pamatz, Perla Pamatz, Julissa Rincon, Estrella Montos, Leah Martinez, Victoria Arellano, and Daniela Olvera.
WINTHROP – Teams from Brewster, Liberty Bell, Omak, Bridgeport, Oroville, Pateros, Lake Roosevelt, and Almira-Coulee-Hartline competed at the season’s second North Central Washington track meet held at Liberty Bell High School on April 22. When the 16 running and field events were completed the...
BRIDGEPORT – Last week, athletic director Scott Darwood announced the sports teams coaching lineup for the Mustangs and Fillies this year and the list includes some new hires to complement the school’s existing high school and middle school coaching staff.  Once again Samantha Torres and...

Courtesy Brad Skiff, Bridgeport School District The 2021 Bridgeport varsity track team members include, front row, from left, Rosa Hernandez, Christina Lopez, Linda Meza, Keyshia Nova Gonzalez, and Lizbeth Rivera. Second row: Jennifer Farias, Josie Rios, Cecilia Avila, Angelica Hernandez, Jollette Prestegui, Lesly Valdovinos, and Myrka Trejo (manager). Third row: Miriam Jimenez, Joanna Prestegui, Karla Torres, Monica Trejo, and Verania Velazquez. Fourth row: Israel Lopez, Edgar Lopez-Casillas, Drake Morris, Brandon Garcia V., Brandon I. Garcia, Luis Silva, Christopher Newman, and Martiza Bravo. Fifth row: Alexander Parbol, Alex Perea, Jesus Torres, Luis Velasco, Nicholas Covarrubias-Flores, and Christopher Hernandez.
BRIDGEPORT -- The Mustangs and Fillies varsity spring sports teams are competing in several groups for this unconventional COVID-adjusted season. They include boys’ soccer, track and field, and softball. Athletic director Scott Darwood issued an advisory on April 15 that the remainder of the...
QUAD CITIES – With spring break now in the rearview mirror Quad Cities teams have been practicing and one or more have already met their first opponents by the time followers read this. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic there is managed pandemonium across the sports spectrum and that includes...

Courtesy Brad Skiff/Bridgeport School District Fillies’ senior forward Jaqueline Lombera, No. 5, goes for the ball against Moses Lake Christian on March 27. Lombera was a Second Team All-League player in the Central Washington B league last year. Bridgeport won the game.
 

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