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Gar/Pal girls start off 2-1

The Garfield/Palouse girls and their four returning starters have begun the season with wins over Potlatch and Tekoa/Rosalia, and a loss to Pomeroy. Back for 2019-20 for the Vikings are Paige Collier, now a junior point guard; Lexi Brantner, a...

 

Bulldog grapplers place 9th at Liberty

Colfax scored 54 points to place ninth behind the the 250 win by Liberty at the Lancers tournament at Liberty Saturday Clarkston finished second with 113 and Medical Lake placed third with 116. Jakob Sisk of Colfax placed second in the 106 division...

 
Austin Jones

Oakesdale, Gar/Pal lead league as break nears

Oakesdale and Garfield/Palouse are both 2-0 in league with more games this weekend before Christmas tournament play. Oakesdale (5-0 overall, 2-0 league) first is set to play at Asotin Thursday – a...

 
John Lustig; Crosby Geisa; Ecan Homen

Colfax boys launch year with two big wins

With a new lineup of starters on the court, Colfax boys proved up in a big way over the weekend with two big wins. Friday, Colfax rolled south and clubbed Pomeroy 74-39, and Saturday they opened...

 
Trentin Ensley; Luke Martin

Wrestling for the win

Trentin Ensley of Colfax works for win over Luke Martin of Post Falls in the 170 class at the Potlatch Invitational tournament Saturday. The Colfax team finished with 28 team points in the big meet....

 
Justice Brown; Nina Chittum

Bulldog girls lose to Pirates, top Eagles

Bulldog girls will face another big-school test Friday when Colfax hosts Columbia of Burbank. The Bulldogs will host after extending their record to 2-1 on the season with split results last weekend....

 

1B basketball:

The Jones boys return to stalk the gyms of southeast Washington. Blake, a senior forward, and Austin, the junior point guard at Garfield/Palouse, start together for the third year, returning after last year ended at Spokane Arena with an opening roun...

 

Oakesdale boys beat LRS Broncos, now 3-0

Is a train-a-comin' from Oakesdale? They lost four starters from last year but is it time nonetheless to reinforce the walls of gyms around the Southeast 1B league? At 3-0 to start the year, with two...

 

New era for Colton girls

The newest of a new season has begun for Colton girls basketball, with just one returning starter for the Wildcats, coming off their tenth state 1B championship in 11 years. Coach Clark Vining again leads the team, in his 15th season, with an...

 

Past due property tax reminders sent out in county

At Monday’s Whitman County commissioner workshop, County Treasurer Chris Nelson gave an update regarding delinquent accounts for this tax season. Delinquent accounts occur when a due date for a tax return has passed and the amount due remains...

 

Colfax nips Colton to start season

Colfax Bulldog girls posted an early lead, faded in the second quarter and then won a race in the second half to pull out a 50-46 win over Colton Tuesday on the Wildcats’ home court. The game was a season opener for both teams. Colton hosted...

 

Oakesdale boys cruise in opener

Oakesdale opened its four-game home stand to start the 2019-20 basketball season with a 59-33 win over Asotin. Coach Seth Paine and the 2B Panthers arrived with a younger group – losing eight...

 

Oakesdale girls nail Asotin

Oakesdale girls opened the season with a 15-3 first quarter over Asotin Tuesday at Oakesdale. The Nighthawks kept up the pace for the duration of the game and finished with a 17-2 run in the last... Full story

 
 By Garth Meyer    Sports    December 5, 2019

SJEL boys return with new look

The St. John/Endicott/LaCrosse boys basketball team is back on the floor for 2019-20 but something is different. They return three seniors, including T.J. Harder, who missed almost all of last year with a foot injury. New coach Mike Stubbs takes...

 

Vikings book split in border battle

Garfield/Palouse teams booked a split Tuesday when they headed over the border to play Potlatch to open their season. The Gar/Pal girls banked a 41-28 win, and the Potlatch boys took their side of the matchup 61-37. The Viking girls were led by 20...

 

Eagle teams bag wins over DW Bulldogs

Both SJEL teams posted solid wins Tuesday in their season openers at home with Dayton-Waitsburg on the guest list. The Eagle girls posted a 30-point win, 58-28, with Brooklyn Bailey hitting 15 and Olivia Kjack 13. Other scorers were were Kyra Holt...

 

Five brother duos on Timberwolves team

The Tekoa/Rosalia Timberwolves football team had five sets of brothers playing on their team of 24. Older brothers in the back row, left to right, are Anthony Gehring, Riley Ramirez, Keegan French,...

 

Local link to soccer champs

Elliotte Kortus of Kirkland celebrates with her Seattle Academy of Arts and Science team after winning the WIAA 1A girl's soccer championship in Shoreline Nov. 23. She is the daughter of Rachelle and...

 

Colfax gridders wrap 7-3 season at award night

Colfax football banquet Tuesday began with a lineup of all team members and presentation of varsity certificates to all players. Coach Mike Morgan explained under state WIAA rules, teams which advance...

 

Bulldog boys face team rebuild

Colfax Coach Reece Jenkin can move to the head of the line for a license to use the term “rebuild” for the upcoming hoop season. A check of the Bulldogs’ roster from last year shows five seniors. All five of those players had a key role last...

 

Hoop launch set at Colton

First basketball action will be Dec. 3 when Bulldog boys and girls varsity teams travel to Colton. They will be at Pomeroy Dec. 6, and the first home games will be Dec. 7 with the Lakeside Eagles. Next home action for the hoop teams will be Dec. 17...

 

East side shut out

West side 2B teams dominated in the state football quarter-finals and shut down all contenders from the east side of the state. Chewelah, the lone NE team to advance to the quarter-finals, was stopped 35-13 by Adna. Chewelah went into the...

 

Nighthawk boys look for encore

The Oakesdale boys return to the basketball floor next Tuesday night, Dec. 3, against Asotin. The season opener follows the 2018-19 run which concluded at Spokane Arena on the fourth day of the 1B state tournament, for a sixth-place finish. Gone are...

 

NE league will drop north-south divide

Format for football season next year will return to a single NE league lineup. The north and south divisions of the league will be dropped because of the number of teams which have dropped out and made one lineup of league schools small enough to fit...

 

Toledo team stops Colfax in state opener

A big and experienced football team from Toledo put the clamps on Colfax Saturday at Schmuck park to come out with a 32-12 win in the first round of the state title eliminations. The win sent Toledo i...

 

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