Sports Wednesday, December 5, Twenty-Twelve Page eight
Morton/White Pass’ Tyler Barnett lays out for a tackle against LRS’ Conner O’Neill
Title eludes T-Wolves for second straight season by Chris Johnson East County Journal On the turf of the Tacoma Dome for the second straight season, in a much crueler way than last year, the Morton/White Pass Timberwolves fell in the state championship game. This one was to the LindRitzville/Sprague Broncos 21-19 last Friday evening. “I feel terrible for all of our players, our seniors especially,” Coach Aaron Poquette said. “They put in so much time and effort and sacrifice to try to finish the season as unbeaten state champions. We fell just a little bit short. We’ll look back on this season and look at where we were and where we finished, and be really proud of this group of guys. I feel privileged to have been able to coach this group of guys and be along for this journey as they became better football players. It’s easy to think that all the hard work was for naught, but we got better as a team, I think, and their efforts should be rewarded. Finishing 12-1 is nothing to shake your head about.”
photos by Chris Johnson
Morton/White Pass’ Brian Reynolds fights off a Lind-Ritzville/Sprague tackler last Friday afternoon in the state championship game at the Tacoma Dome. Unlike last year when the hind just as he released his game, took advantage of a Timberwolves were out of pass which fell incomplete pair of short fields to score the game early in the second sending the Broncos into a two touchdowns, were a half, this game came down celebratory frenzy. perfect 4 of 4 on fourth to the game’s final play. It wasn’t supposed to down conversions (includWith 32 yards between them happen this way, but Lind- ing a back-breaking 4th and a game-winning touch- Ritzville/Sprague was and 19 on their last drive), down, quarterback Rylon unbeaten too. They didn’t and controlled the ball for Kolb was smacked from be- turn the ball over in the nearly 28 minutes. Plus, they had the daunting task of beating the sixth-ranked (Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia), fourth-ranked (De Sales), second-ranked (WaitsburgPrescott) and top-ranked (Morton/White Pass) teams in the state over four consecutive playoff weeks. They earned it. “Lind-Ritzville/Sprague was a fine club, and they got to 13-0,” Poquette said. “If ever anyone earned it, they did. I felt that we never had control of the game, but I didn’t think the last few minutes would transpire like they did. We missed some opportunities, and there were some things that cost us points - turnovers, Timberwolves’ junior Ben Powell (42) burst through the line to block a Lind-Ritzville/ costly penalties, that sort of Sprague punt with less than 10 seconds remaining in the state championship game. thing. I think against lesser
Great Gift Ideas For All Thru The House! Santa's List Of
����Sofas ����Recliners ����Mattress ����Dining ����Bedroom
SAVE 20 %- 50 % S torewide
Bringing You The True Spirit Of Value And Exceptional Service This Holiday Season And Always...
12 MONTHS NO INTEREST
PAY CASH & SAVE AN ADDITIONAL 5%
EMERALD RECLINING SOFA
ALL LEATHER HIGH LEG RECLINER
$ 7020 Matching Love Seat Available
����������� �������������� ������������������ �������������������� �������������������� ��������
��������� ����������� ������ �� ������������� ������������� Phone: 807-1211
opponents we’ve been able to dodge those bullets along the course of the season, but when you get in the playoffs those are all amplified. Those things hurt us, but to Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s credit they made some tremendous plays in the final four minutes of the ball game. They went out and took the game. The 4th and 19 conversion, and the interception on the next possession kind of sealed it. Of course, there was more to it than those two plays, but those two plays were kind of the final knockout punch for us. In that kind of a game, you can’t make those mistakes and get away with it against that caliber of a team. It’s just unfortunate. They had a couple of fumbles and on one of them we had four defenders around it, and it just bounced right back into the quarterback’s
lap. Sometimes football goes that way.” The T-Wolves received the opening kickoff and marched right down the field scoring in just four plays. Gianni Bertucci took a short pass from Kolb and went 43-yards on the opening play from scrimmage. That was their longest play of the game. Kolb scored on a dive to the end zone three plays later on a run of 12 yards around the right side. The kick was missed. After a Broncos’ punt, the Timberwolves began their next drive, but fumbled on the first play, and LindRitzville/Sprague took over on the 29-yard line. The Morton/White Pass defense, stellar all season, made them work. The Broncos needed 11 plays to move the 29 yards, converted two fourth
Yee Haw!!! We recently had Western Day here at Heritage House! Everyone had alot of fun dressing up, making some country crafts, and having a Hoedown Party. We always have such a great time together, coming up with fun new activities!
Beautiful Gifts for Her
����������������������������������� ����������������������������� ��������������������������� �������������������������� 425 N. Market Blvd., Chehalis, WA 98532 ������������������������������������ ������������������������
December 5, 2012 - East County Journal - page 9
Morton/White Pass quarterback Rylon Kolb dives for the end zone and the first touchdown of the game against the Broncos in the state championship game.
Timberwolves’ junior running back Gianni Bertucci fights for extra yardage against the Broncos. Bertucci gained 68 yards on 12 carries.
Morton/White Pass fans Tatym Smathers, Sharon Hazen, and Taylor Smith during the final minutes of the state title game against Lind-Ritzville/Sprague last Friday.
football from page 8 downs which included converting a 4th and goal from the two-yard line with Cort Ruzicka scoring the tying touchdown. The kick was good putting the T-Wolves at a deficit for the first time since last year’s state championship game. Morton / White Pass moved the ball 52 yards for their next touchdown with Brian Reynolds scoring from 15 yards away. The drive needed less than three minutes for the eight plays. Reynolds nearly surpassed the 100-yard barrier for the eighth time this season finishing the game with 98 yards on 16 carries. The Broncos punted after their 10 plays gained just 38 yards, but the punt was downed at the Timberwolves’ one yard line. Using mostly running plays, Morton/White Pass
methodically moved their way over nine plays to the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 20-yard line with less than 90 seconds to go in the half. On the 10th play the Timberwolves hurt their chances of increasing their lead before the break with a 15-yard penalty taking them back to the 35-yard line. Four plays later the drive fizzled with 10 seconds remaining in the half. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague opened the second half with a 57-yard kickoff return to the Morton/White Pass 28-yard line. The Broncos needed eight plays to score on a Ruzicka three-yard run, which again included a crucial fourth down conversion to keep the drive alive. They led 15-12 four minutes into the third quarter. “When we were able to get some momentum going, we just weren’t able to hold onto it,” Poquette
WEDNESDAY December 12th ����������������������� ������������������������ ���������������������������
Morton � 496-5902
������������������������������������������ STORE HOURS: Monday-Friday 9:00-6:30 ���������������������������������� ��������������������������������������� ����������������������������������
said. “The penalty (at the end of the half) was a big call. It was unfortunate, and it kind of took the wind out of our sails. We put together a pretty good drive up to that point, and all of a sudden we’re looking at 3rd and forever. We just weren’t able to overcome that, and then they went out and grabbed the momentum with the second half opening kickoff return. With that said, I think our kids reacted to it pretty well. I think it was the next possession we went down and retook the lead. I’m proud of the guys. They hadn’t been in that situation all year and they responded.” The Timberwolves did respond, and they responded quickly. They moved 60 yards over nine plays with Kolb hitting Bertucci for a 22-yard touchdown to regain the lead 19-15 after the Reynolds point after kick. Just over three minutes remained in the third quarter. Kolb completed three passes for 90 yards in the game. The next two drives ended with punts, but the Timberwolves almost didn’t kick it away. They faced a 4th and 1 on their own 38 with 8:55 to play, and called a timeout before electing to punt, leaving the game in hands of their defense. “That was a tough one for me,” Poquette said. “I thought if we could get the first down there we could run the clock out for the victory. Once they lined up their defense I didn’t like what I was looking at. I maybe second guessed myself a little bit and called a timeout. I don’t think the play being called would have worked in that scenario so call it hindsight, but right now I wish I would have gone for it. My thought process was that we
Now, there is no reason to miss your annual mammogram Many women avoid their annual mammogram because they are afraid of feeling pain during the exam. Now, there is a way to minimize the discomfort. We offer every woman a MammoPad free of charge—a breast foam pad that serves as a cushion between you and the mammography system. So you can relax, knowing your mammogram will be warm, soft and comfortable. ����������������������� 360-496-3523 ���������������������
have a great defense, and if we can get Lind-Ritzville/ Sprague in a long field situation we’d be able to get the stop. I elected to go for the punt and let our defense hold on. They made some great plays, and it didn’t happen for us.” The Broncos began their drive on their own 22 with 8:41 to play. They gained three first downs before quarterback Dylan Hartz was sacked by Jesse Eveland for a 10-yard loss forcing a 2nd and 20. Two plays later it was 4th and 19 (with 3:41 to play), and the Broncos used their final timeout. Under heavy pressure Hartz found Conner O’Neill over the middle for 23 yards and a first down at the 16. Hartz moved the ball to the four on the next play, and O’Neill outraced two Timberwolves a play later to the corner of the end zone for a 21-19 lead with exactly two minutes on the clock. Jeff Fenbert blocked the point after kick. “I really didn’t see any panic in the kids’ eyes or anything like that,” Poquette said. “I think they had a sense of urgency, and I don’t know if we ever felt comfortable, but we were confident. It just kind of slipped away at the very end, and it just became stunning to all of us. They were able to convert that 4th and forever. It was a stunning moment.” On the first play of the ensuing Morton/White Pass drive, Hartz made a Spiderman-like one-handed interception of a Kolb pass giving Lind-Ritzville/ Sprague the ball with 1:46. The T-Wolves were able to call one timeout, but the Broncos were able to run the clock down to eight sec-
onds before being forced to punt. The only defender that wasn’t accounted for on the punt was junior Ben Powell who burst through the line and blocked it. Kolb recovered the ball with four seconds to go setting up the final play. “Ben plays with a lot of heart, and he has a lot of athleticism,” Poquette said. “I think that was a desire play by Ben and all 11 guys on the field. We didn’t foresee losing that game, but we were going to play as hard as we could to the very end. That punt block gave us another chance. We weren’t able to convert on it, but that was a desire play. It could have worked out, but unfortunately it didn’t.” Morton/White Pass outgained the Broncos 285 to 182 in total yards, with 195 coming on the ground. Bertucci ran 12 times for 68 yards and caught a pair of passes for 74 more. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague was limited to 75 yards on 35 rushes, and they completed 12 of 19 passes for 107 yards. Bertucci led the Timberwolves’ defense with nine tackles. Tyler Barnett and Reynolds each added eight, with Kolb and Spencer Seymer getting seven apiece. Ben Wright recorded six tackles (one sack), and Powell five. “Lind-Ritzville/Sprague just made some great plays,” Poquette said. “They had us on our heels a little bit with their style of running game. They would hit the outside and do real well there, and then they’d jam us up the gut and get some positive yards. The bottom line is we just had trouble getting off the field
on third and fourth downs. When crunch time came and when we needed to get our defense off the field to give our offense a chance, we just weren’t able to do that. That’s a credit to LindRitzville/Sprague. I haven’t watched the game film yet, but I have a few plays that resonate in my mind. We were so close, but we just couldn’t finish. That’s life. We have to move forward.” The Timberwolves (121 overall, 8-0 league, 3-1 postseason) are done until August of 2013. They lose 12 seniors from this year’s runner-up team: Kylon Gillispie, Fenbert, Barnett, Mark John, Ben Snodgrass, Tylor Payne, Daniel Bates, Matt John, Joseph Craswell, Chris Smith, Wright and Seymer. “It’s always tough watching your seniors go on,” Poquette said. “They’re going to be fine, and no question our program is better off having those guys a part of it. That group, in essence, laid the foundation for the program and they had a lot to draw on with the early struggles to the recent success. I told those kids that I appreciate all they’ve done for us, the program, their communities, and the school. When we finally do get that elusive state championship, they’re going to be very much a part of it.” MWP 6 6 7 0 - 19 LRS 7 0 8 6 - 21 Team stats MWP LRS First Downs 14 13 Rush-yds 37-195 35-75 Comp-Att-Int 3-8-1 12-19-0 Passing yds 90 107 Tot. plays/yds 45-285 54-182 Fumbles/lost 1-1 3-0 Penalties 3-35 2-10 Punts/ave. 1-40.0 4-23.8 3rd D conv. 6 of 9 5 of 13 4th D conv. 1 of 2 4 of 4 Time of poss. 20:30 27:30 Time of game: 2 hours, 5 minutes
The Morton/White Pass bench and crowd celebrate the first touchdown of the game against the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Broncos last Friday afternoon.
Gifts for the wine lover and wine maker Try a bottle of our Cranberry wine with your Christmas dinner.
Bob & Flossie Heymann “We can help you whine”
page 10- East County Journal - December 5, 2012
Mossyrock boys open with win at Rochester visit Onalaska on Friday, and host Rochester on Saturday in the first game of a girls-boys doubleheader. “We have a tough week ahead of us with four games, but that’s just four more chances to get better,” Nelson said. “We welcome that.”
by Chris Johnson East County Journal The Mossyrock boys started on a positive note for the new season picking up a win in their first game at Rochester 58-54. The Vikings trailed by two after eight minutes 15-13, but outscored the hosts 31-20 in the middle two quarters taking a 44-35 lead. They held off a Rochester run in the fourth for the four-point win. “Everyone says this, but it really was your typical first game,” Coach Dustin Workman said. “Especially in our case where we don’t have a lot of guys with varsity experience under their belts. We had moments where we played some really good ball, and some moments where we acted a little confused. Overall, I was really pleased with our performance though. One thing that we have been really trying to do is make a better commitment to playing hard on the defense end, and although we had a few breakdowns, I thought that the effort was definitely there.” Three players scored in double figures for Mossyrock with freshman Jaron Kirkley leading the way with 18 points. Chace Nichols added 12 and Shaun Stephens 10. “Shaun and Jaron did a real nice job of battling inside all night long against a bigger and stronger team,” Workman said. “They both played a ton of minutes and pulled down a ton of boards, which is something we need on a nightly basis.” The Vikings shot 47 percent for the game (22 of 47) and connected on 10 of 15 free throws. The Warriors were 25 of 60 from the floor (42 percent), and attempted just four free throws making two. Ryley Stanley and Kyler Hazen each scored six points for Mossyrock, with Hunter Fuchs, Lucas Allen, and Brandon Butler adding two points apiece. “We have a lot of guys who can play and shoot the ball this year, and we need to have balanced scoring like we did on a nightly basis,” Workman said. “Chace came off the bench and did a great job of providing us with a little bit of an offensive spark with two 3s and
photos by Chris Johnson
Morton/White Pass junior Ashley Kelly scored 14 points in their loss to Rainier last week in Morton. 12 points.” The Vikings (1-0 overall, 0-0 league) played their league opener last night in Napavine. They host Onalaska tomorrow and Rochester on Saturday in the second game of a girls-boys doubleheader. Mossyrock has a favorable early season schedule. After their game last night in Napavine they play just one more road game until January 8, their 11th game of the season.
The Vikings began their new season on the road and fell 63-54 to the Rochester Warriors. Mossyrock trailed the entire game falling behind 17-6 after a quarter and 3621 at the half. “In the first half we came out rather sluggish, got ourselves into a hole early,” Coach Tori Nelson said. “That was due to poor defensive execution and missing some easy buckets.” The Vikings found themselves down by 18 points (53-35) with eight minutes to go. They made a run in the final quarter drawing as
Australians visit Morton on Saturday
The Timberwolves will welcome an exchange team from Modbury High School in Adelaide, Australia on Saturday in a boys-girls-boys tripleheader beginning at 4:30 p.m. The JV boys will play first followed by the varsity girls and varsity boys. Modbury High school is a school of about 900 students (grades 8-12) in the northeastern suburbs of Adelaide. Adelaide is about two-thirds the size of Portland on the southern coast of Australia. These kids do not typically play together regularly as a team, because most play their basketball with clubs. These teams will be away from home for 23 days spending the bulk of their time in Oregon and Washington. They arrived on November 29 in Portland and will spend seven days in Clackamas. Today they arrive in Centralia where they will stay until next Tuesday (Dec. 12) when they head to Estacada in Oregon. They leave the states for Australia on December 19 arriving home on the 21st. They will play seven games against schools of varying sizes as Centralia, W.F. West, David Douglas, Clackamas, Colton, Estacada, and the Timberwolves are all on their schedule. While in the states they will be able to see an NBA game and go to the Nike Employee store in Portland, go to a water park, take in the sites in Seattle (Space Needle, Pike Place market, Seahawks’ stadium tour), go tubing on Mt. Hood, and visit Disneyland.
FISH REPORT (December 3, 2012)
Last week Tacoma Power recovered 421 coho adults, 69 jacks, 63 winter-run steelhead, 37 cutthroat trout, 16 summer-run steelhead, three fall Chinook adults and one jack during five days of operations at the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery separator. A total of 173 coho adults, 24 jacks, three fall Chinook adults, 12 cutthroat trout and one winter-run steelhead were released into the Tilton River at Gust Backstrom Park in Morton during the week. During the past week Tacoma Power employees released 62 coho adults, 33 jacks and one fall Chinook jack into Lake Scanewa above Cowlitz Falls Dam at the Day Use Site, and they released 103 fall coho adults and 11 jacks into the upper Cowlitz River at Packwood, Washington. River flows at Mayfield Dam are approximately 14,200 cubic feet per second on Monday, December 3. Water visibility is five feet. River flows could change at any time so boaters and anglers should remain alert for this possibility.
���������������������������� ������������������ ������������������������
close as four points before falling by nine. They outscored Rochester 19-10 in the fourth. “In the second half we let the hole we dug get too deep,” Nelson said. “Everything seemed to pick up in the last two quarters, but we just had some untimely mistakes that really hurt us. If we had another two minutes to play, we would have won. We certainly wore them down.” Senior Autumn Moorcroft scored 29 points with sophomore Calli Hensch adding 19. Shayne Fried scored the other six points for Mossyrock. They shot 40 percent for the game (20 of 50), and made 10 of 21 free throws. “Autumn carried us through the first half offensively,” Nelson said. “We only had three girls score, which is fine as long as we have all five playing defense at once. Our system is extremely defensiveminded. I’m confident that the defensive breakdowns we had will get fixed. The girls are learning and growing every day in practice, which is our main goal. I’m proud of the way they fought back. Ginny Quinlan is, and will continue to be, a force to reckon with on defense.” The Vikings (0-1 overall, 0-0 league) will be busy this week. They lost at Rainier on Monday (story next week) and will open league play tonight when they host Napavine. They
������������������������������������ ������������������������������������� ������������������������������������� East County The �������������������������������� 360-496-5993 ������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������
PO Box 1166, Morton, WA 98356
Timberwolves’ juniors Darian Atkinson (above) puts up a three-pointer, and Lina Hieronymi (below) scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds last week in Morton against Rainier.
their league schedule with fore hosting an Australian games at Adna (tonight) Touring Team on Saturday and at Pe Ell (Friday), be- in Morton (5:45ish).
Morton Athletics/Activities Club
After a hiatus of three years, Morton Jr./Sr. High School is reinstating their Morton Athletics/Activities Club with an emphasis on all activities and not just athletics. If you have been a booster in the past and would like to continue to do so, your donation price will be 50 percent of the original donation. New boosters would pay the initial price for Gold ($100 initial, $50 renewal), Green ($50 and $25), or White ($30 and $15). A plaque will recognize your donation on the wall of the gym. Signs will vary in size and color depending on which category you donate in. Each year the plaques will be updated. As a repeat donor, only half of the original donation is required. However, if you would like to move to a bigger sign, then you must donate the higher amount, and then subsequent years will be half of that price. Donations will go into the Morton Jr./Sr. High School ASB General Fund. Please make checks payable to: Morton Jr./Sr. High School ASB. For more information please contact Steve Hanson (360.496.5137) at Morton Jr./Sr. High School.
2012-13 Morton/White Pass and Mossyrock basketball schedules Morton/White Pass girls’ basketball
N. 27 Rainier 48-43 loss D. 5 *at Adna 7 *at Pe Ell 8 Australians (at Morton) 12 *Mossy (at Morton) 14 *Wahkiakum (at Randle) 19 *at Toutle Lake 21 *Napavine (at Morton) 28-29 at Raymond Tourney J. 4 River. Christ. (at Randle) 5 *at Winlock 9 *Onalaska (at Randle) 10 *Adna (at Morton) 15 *Pe Ell (at Randle) 17 *at Mossyrock 19 *at Wahkiakum 22 *Toutle (at Morton) 24 *at Napavine 31 *Winlock (at Randle) F. 2 *at Onalaska 4-18 District Tournament 22 Regional Tournament F. 28-M2 State Tourney (at Spokane) * - league
Mossyrock Vikings girls’ basketball
N. 29 at Rochester 63-54 loss D. 3 at Rainier 28-25 loss 5 *Napavine 7 *at Onalaska 8 Rochester 12 *at MWP (at Morton) 14 *Winlock 21 *Adna 28 Rainier J. 4 *at Wahkiakum 7 *at Pe Ell 9 *Toutle Lake 10 *at Napavine 15 *Onalaska 17 *Morton/White Pass 19 *at Winlock 24 *at Adna 29 *Wahkiakum 31 *Pe Ell F. 2 *Toutle Lake 4-18 District Tournament 22 Regional Tournament F. 28-M2 State Tourney (at Spokane) * - league
See Windermere.com, Realtor.com, Google.com, Yahoo.com, Trulia.com, Zillow.com or Craigslist.com for our listings.
�������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������� �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������� ������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ������ �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� �������
��������������������� �������������� ��������������������� ���������������������� �������������������� ��������������� ������������������ ����������������
The Morton/White Pass girls opened up their 201213 season last Tuesday in Morton and fell to the Rainier Mountaineers 48-43. “I thought that we turned the ball over way too much,” Coach Darin Allen said. “It is going to take some time to do what we need to do to win.” The Timberwolves led 14-10 after a quarter and 1915 after Whitney Elledge’s three-pointer with 6:04 to go in the second quarter. They then went the rest of the half without a field goal (0 of 6 from the floor, 1 of 2 free throws), with six turnovers, and trailed 28-20 with two quarters to play. Morton/White Pass drew within two points scoring the first six points of the third quarter. Trailing by four points at 33-29, the Mountaineers scored nine straight points to lead 42-29 with 17 seconds left in the quarter. Over the last quarter plus 58 seconds, Rainier did not make a field goal scoring their final eight points at the free throw line. They missed their final nine field goal attempts. “I think that we are going to get better each game and be tough to guard as the season progresses,” Allen said. “I felt Lina (Hieronymi) and Ashley (Kelly) did a good job with a double-double. It is going to be a work in progress for the girls understanding my system and it will take some time.” The T-Wolves narrowed the gap to as close as two points (45-43) with 26 seconds remaining on a lay up by Kelly. The final points came from the Mountaineers at the line. Kelly finished with 14 points on 4 of 12 shooting and 6 of 6 from the line. Hieronymi, an exchange student, scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Morton/White Pass. Elledge scored five points, Christine Robbins and Samantha Eveland four apiece, and Darian Atkinson one. They made 16 of 45 field goal attempts, 10 of 14 free throws, but turned the ball over 29 times and were outrebounded 43 to 39. Rainier made 17 of 57 field goals and 9 of 18 from the stripe. The Timberwolves (0-1 overall, 0-0 league) open
Mountain Valley Real Estate �������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������
Morton/White Pass boys’ basketball
Mossyrock Vikings boys’ basketball
D. 8 Australians (at Morton) N. 30 at Rochester 58-54 win D. 4 *at Napavine 11 *at Mossyrock 6 *Onalaska 13 *Wahkiakum (at Morton) 8 Rochester 15 at Rainier 11 *Morton/White Pass 18 *Toutle (at Randle) 13 *Winlock 20 *at Napavine 17 Three Rivers Christian 28-29 at Raymond Tourney 20 *at Adna J. 4 River. Christ. (at Randle) J. 3 *Wahkiakum 5 *at Winlock 5 *Pe Ell 8 *Onalaska (at Morton) 8 *at Toutle Lake 11 *at Adna 11 *Napavine 12 *Pe Ell (at Randle) 15 at Three Rivers Christ. 16 *at Pe Ell 16 *at Onalaska 18 *Mossy (at Randle) 18 *at MWP (at Randle) 19 *at Wahkiakum 19 *at Winlock 23 *at Toutle Lake 25 *Adna 25 *Napavine (at Morton) 30 *at Wahkiakum 26 *Adna (at Morton) F. 1 *at Pe Ell F. 1 *Winlock (at Randle) 2 *Toutle Lake 2 *at Onalaska 4-18 District Tournament 4-18 District Tournament 23 Regional Tournament 23 Regional Tournament F. 28-M2 State Tourney F. 28-M2 State Tourney (at Spokane) (at Spokane) * - league * - league
OODLAND ESTATES WRetirement Center
�������������������������� ��������������������� ��������������������� ���������������� �������������������� ��������������������� ��������������������������� �������������������������� (360) 748-0095 2100 S.W. Woodland Circle, Chehalis www.woodlandestatesonline.com email@example.com