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Tonasket baseball seeks to build on last year Senior

Cork sees “commitment to new kind of excellence” BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - The road to excellence in the Caribou Trail League can be a difficult one, but Tonasket baseball coach Tim Cork believes his team is heading in the right direction. The Tigers didn’t win a league game on the field last year - they did pick up a forfeit win over Okanogan early in the season - but were competitive against all but Cashmere, which went unbeaten on the way to a state championship. There’s not a lot of experience on the roster despite eight returning players as just three of those were full-time starters a year ago. But with only one senior (Ian Young) on the roster, there is time to mold the squad into what Cork envisions. John Rawley is the team’s top returning pitcher, while Jake Cory and Kjeld Williams started regularly. Transfer student Jimmy Coleman also brings playing experience to the table. “Our goal is to work hard and get better every day,” Cork says. “We expect to be competitive in the CTL this season.” Cork, in his second year, says he is seeing progress. “Things are better in every aspect of our program,” he says. “Last year was a stepping stone for us and we are excited to see

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The Tonasket baseball team includes (front row, l-r) bat boy Quincy Vassar, ball boy Reese Vassar, Ian Young, Jeremiah Yaussey-Albright, Dallin Good, Nicholas Crandall, Boyd Lorz-Vanatta, Makalapua Goodness, Kjeld Williams, Jesse Manring, bat boy Braden Cork, manager Amanda Johnson, (back) assistant coach Dan Vassar, Derek Sund, John Rawley, Pete Valentine, Jake Cory, Chris Elliott, Cade Hockett, Adrian McCarthy, Jimmy Coleman and head coach Tim Cork. Not pictured are Rade Pilkinton and Parker Kenyon. the guys play some good baseball this season.” Cork’s optimism comes from the work he’s seen his team put in during the pre-season. “I am really proud of how hard

our guys are working,” he says. “There is a commitment to a new kind of excellence within the team. They want success and it’s fun to see that in a young man’s eyes.”


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Hornet baseball reboots with very young squad BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - To say last year was a rough one for the Oroville baseball team might be an understatement. The Hornets had hoped to improve on a winless 2011 season last year. Instead, they not only failed to win a game, but by the end of the season had two few eligible players to field a team and had to forfeit their final six contests. It probably won’t help much this season, but the Oroville School Board’s decision to allow eighth graders to participate in non-contact high school sports where a middle school program hasn’t been offered should help the Hornet baseball program regain some traction. Only five of the 16 players on

“The impact of having six eighth graders will be felt in the years to come... The last year we had players who played at the age 13-15 level on the big diamond, we went to the state playoffs.” Tam Hutchinson, Oroville Baseball Coach

Oroville’s pre-season roster have high school playing experience, and only two of those have played for more than one year. But with an infusion of six eighth graders getting a chance to cut their teeth now, coach Tam Hutchinson sees a chance to get the foundation rebuilt.


Angel Camacho

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The Oroville baseball team includes (front row, l-r) Angel Camacho, Scotty Frazier, Andrew Mieirs, (back) head coach Tam Hutchinson, Brandon Watkins, Casey Martin, Ryan Marcolin, Jaxon Blackler, Trevor Shearer, Steven Maupin, Jake Scott, Dustin Nigg, Eddie Ocampo and assistant coach Josh Marchand. Not pictured are Ricky Mathis, Boone McKinney and Brentt Kallstrom. “The impact of having six eighth graders will be felt in the years to come,” Hutchinson says. “Youth baseball at the junior high level has ceased to exist in the last five years. As a result (of that, there are) fewer players with experience on the ‘big’ diamond. “The last year we had players who played at the age 13-15 level on the big diamond, we went to the state playoffs. Years prior to that we had successful teams. The key is having that experience.” Of the five upperclassmen, two are new to the team. Outfielder Scotty Frazier, a senior, is the only four-year player on the team, while catcher Boone McKinney, a

junior is a third-year player. Other returners include junior infielder Jake Scott and sophomore infielders Ricky Mathis and Steven Maupin. All were starters last year. For the most part, positions haven’t been solidified, but

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Better times ahead for Hornet softball



OROVILLE - Dane Forrester will be the first to admit it’s been a long couple of seasons for Oroville softball. The Hornets won just two games two seasons ago and none last year, but Forrester says that should change with an influx of players that have been through the youth softball program that a few years ago didn’t exist. “When I first took the position I went to one person in town, Shelly Martin, and I talked to her about doing the lower grade levels league,” he says. “She started it up at the fourth and fifth grade level and built them to the seventh and eighth, and I’m seeing those girls for the first time this year. “The past couple of years we’ve had to teach some pretty basic things, like how to hold onto a bat. We’re not having to do that now.” The biggest difference should be in the pitching circle, where for the first time in a couple of seasons Forrester has two pitchers who are familiar with the mechanics of the fastpitch. “Having two of them is big,” Forrester says. “That in itself will make us a bit more successful.” With four eighth graders and a freshman, it will be a young group, but not entirely so. A lot will rest on shortstop Marissa Garcia, who transferred back to Oroville from Spokane after having come up through middle school here. “She’s a really strong player,” Forrester says. “When you watch here, you can just see it. “Faith Martin, it’s her first year at the varsity level, but her mom worked with her for the past four years and she’s shown some strength. Pie Todd is a go-


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The Oroville softball team includes (front row, l-r) Faith Martin, Cruz Ortega, Shiyan King, Tosca Pickering, Celene Cisneros, Shelby Scott, Kendal Miller, Stephany Cisneros, (back) assistant coach Kelsey Cleveland, Pie Todd, Nadia Maldonado, Marissa Garcia, Serina Finley, Rachelle Nutt, Kylee Davis, Courtnee Kallstrom, Rosa Rivera and head coach Dane Forrester. Not pictured are Jasmine Nutt, Alyssa Mieirs getter, we almost have to slow here down a little bit.” 4/20 Lk Roosevelt (2) 4/23 * Pateros 4/27 * at Liberty Bell (2) 4/30 at Lk Roosevelt 5/4 * Bridgeport (2) 5/7 * Liberty Bell 5/9 * at Manson (2) 5/14 # Districts begin * League Contest # If Qualify

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Of the returning players, sophomore Rachelle Nutt has made a big impression. “She’s improved so much, it’s almost unbelievable,” Forrester says. He’s also been enjoying the team’s attitude through early-season practices, despite many of them being indoors or outdoors in the cold. “This group really likes the sport,” he says. “They’re putting out 110 percent. The other day we were doing some of our

situational drills for the first time, and it was just a huge positive. “Also having the larger numbers brings out a little bit more competition between the girls. I think that will help them play at a higher level. And we have some really good athletes this year. It’s a very athletic group.” Forrester says its hard to predict how the team will finish due to its youth. But he expects by next year, with more varsity experience under their belts, the



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Hornets will be a force to reckon with. “The (feeder program) is so important to a program,” he says. “That’s where the turnaround is. I won’t predict districts or state yet. But I think the next few years, we should be a progressively better team each year. And this year we should have a dramatically more successful season than we the last couple of years.”

Tonasket softball seeking that elusive CTL victory Close calls last year have Rimestad optimistic that team is on the upswing BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - None of the current Tonasket softball players have experienced a Caribou Trail League victory. The Tigers came close last season on several occasions, most notably an extra-innings loss to Cashmere. That close-but-no-cigar feeling has the current team pushing hard in pre-season practices to do what it takes to reach that goal.

TONASKET FASTPITCH SOFTBALL ROSTER Name Courtney Jones Sadie Long Jenny Bello Selena Cosino Carrisa Frazier Joni Glover Tori King Ann-Christin Rolschewski Amber Monroe Baylie Tyus Shyane Lewis Vanessa Pershing Rachel Silverthorn Head coach: Emily Rimestad Assistant coach: Gene Jones

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“They really want a league win this year,” says coach Emily Rimestad. “It’s what I keep hearing during practice. The ladies got a taste of it last year by some of the close games we had. They really want it. “Our goal this year is to win some games, of course...to be competitive in all our games. It is possible if the girls keep showing me what they have in practice.” With just five returning players, the Tigers will be a young squad overall. But in both softball and baseball, it pays to be strong up the middle, and that is where Tonasket’s experience lies. Senior Sadie Long returns at pitcher, along with junior catcher Baylie Tyus, junior shortstop (and backup pitcher) Amber Monroe

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The Tonasket softball team includes (front row, l-r) Baylie Tyus, Ann-Christin Rolschewski, Amber Monroe, Rachel Silverthorn, (back) assistant coach Gene Jones, Carrisa Frazier, Tori King, Vanessa Pershing, Courtney Jones, Sadie Long, Selena Cosino and head coach Emily Rimestad. Not pictured are Joni Glover, Jenny Bello and Shyane Lewis. and junior outfielder Carrisa Frazier. The team’s only other senior, Cortney Jones, returns at third base. “We have a young team with a few new freshman and some juniors who have not played before,” Rimestad says. “We also have a couple of players

who have played but not with Tonasket. For such a young team and not playing together (before), they are playing very well together now.” Rimestad says that assistant coach Gene Jones and her brother-in-law, Jeff, have been working with the team to improve their batting. “Last year we had issues that kept us out of being more competitive,” she says. “This year I hope to rectify this. With their help, I have really seen an improvement with the ladies.” Rimestad said it has been a bit easier to get underway in her

second season. “The pre-jitters seem to be gone,” she says. “I feel a little more grounded, I know what is lacking where I need to improve in my coaching skills. I know where I need to take the team and what works to push the girls to get to that next step of competition.” She added that the team’s vibe has her encouraged as well. “Everyone gets along real well and encourages each other,” Rimestad says. “It’s a good feeling to see it and coach a group like this. This is what makes coaching softball or any sport such a pleasure.”

TONASKET FASTPITCH SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 3/16 3/19 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/9 4/13 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/27 5/4 5/7

at B’port (2) 11:00 pm Lk Roosevelt 4:30 pm at Oroville (2) 11:00 am * at Okanogan 4:30 pm Liberty Bell 4:30 pm * at Chelan (2) 11:00 am * Omak 4:30 pm * Cashmere (2) 11:00 am * Okanogan 4:30 pm * at Cascade (2) 11:00 am * at Omak 4:30 pm * Quincy (2) 11:00 am * Brewster (2) 11:00 am # Districts begin

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Tonasket track looks to rely on young talent Seniors

Kelly Cruz

Ryan DeJong

Jose Hernandez

Emily Mills

Jessica Puente

Shea L. Smith

Devan Utt

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The Tonasket track and field teams include (front row) Chad Edwards, Ryan DeJong, (2nd row) Jessica Puente, Daisy Alcauter, Yazmin Cervantes, Allison Jo Glanzer, Janelle Catone, Jaden Vugteveen, Mary Naylor, Emily Mills, (3rd row) Ivan Morales, Jose Hernandez, Ryan Rylie, Jenna Valentine, Kendra Davisson, Joaquin Polito, Kallie Mirick, Kelly Cruz, Cassie Spear, Devan Utt, (back) Luis Casarrobias, Jevonti Haney-Williamson, Zach Collins, Johnathan Tellez, Devyn Catone, Rose Walts, Dallas Tyus, Dalton Smith, Shea L. Smith, David Williams, Smith Condon, Abe Podkranic and Jenna Davisson. Not pictured are Kathryn Cleman, Adam Halvorsen, Kylie Dellinger, Alissa Young, Ethan Bensing, Corrina Karrer and Adrian Palomares.

Girls team looks poised to make big jump in CTL BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - Tonasket had nearly 50 athletes turn out for track and field this year, giving the Tigers the ability to cover all of their events. That probably won’t be enough for the Tigers to be able to challenge Cashmere for Caribou Trail League supremacy for either the boys or the girls titles. The boys were the league runner-up last season and will be hard-pressed to repeat that feat, but the girls finished fourth in a tight battle with Chelan and Okanogan and

look primed to improve that finish, even with the league expanding by two teams this year. “As the ones that are new to track this year get experience,” says coach Bob Thornton, “we hope to be able to have people place in all the events. We have a lot of new and talented athletes this year so we have a lot of potential as the season goes on to do well as a team.” Lending a big boost to the girls team is senior Emily Mills, who last year was caught in transfer student no-man’s land, able to run on her own in regular-season meets but ineligible to compete in the post-season. “She should do very well in the 100, 200 and 400,” Thornton says. “She had some of the fastest 1A times last year in the 200 and 400 and is looking even stronger this year.” Discus Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

1A Standards Last year, 3 athletes in each event at the Distrct 6/7 regional qualified for state. This year’s qualification allocations have not yet been determined. However, any athlete may qualify regardless of placing if they meet the qualifying standards listed below (which are updated for 2013).

1A BOYS Event FAT 100 11.30 200 22.91 400 50.78 800 1:59.37 1600 4:27.02 3200 9:47.12 110H 15.60 300H 39.84 4x100 Rel. 44.01 4x400 Rel. 3:31.76 Shot Put

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1A GIRLS Event FAT Hand 100 13.10 12.9 200 26.51 26.3 400 59.29 59.1 800 2:23.92 2:23.7 1600 5:17.17 5:17.0 3200 11:28.06 11:27.9 100H 16.08 15.9 300H 46.94 46.7 4x100 Rel. 50.98 50.8 4x200 Rel. 1:47.14 1:46.9 4x400 Rel. 4:07.98 4:07.8 Shot Put 38-5.5 Discus 119-10 Javelin 119-10 Long Jump 16-11.25 Triple Jump 36-0.5 High Jump 5-2 Pole Vault 9-9

Hand 11.1 22.7 50.6 1:59.2 4:26.8 9:46.9 15.4 39.6 43.8 3:31.6 51-9

GIRLS Name Kelly Cruz Emily Mills Jessica Puente Shea Smith Devan Utt Yazmin Cervantes Kathryn Cleman Kylie Dellinger Jenna Davisson Cassie Spear Janelle Catone Allison Jo Glanzer Kallie Mirick Mary Naylor Alissa Young Daisy Alcauter Kendra Davisson Jenna Valentine Jaden Vugteveen Rose Walts

Smith Condon (left) is the only remaining member of last season’s state qualifying 4x100 team and the only Tiger with state meet experience on the 2013 roster. Several other girls look likely to push for state finals spots, including Kathryn Cleman (300 hurdles and pole vault), Cassie Spear (400), Kylie Dellinger (1600) and Devan Utt (800 and jump events). “Kathryn is looking good,” Thornton says. “Cassie ran this winter and is looking strong, and

Kylie finished last year running very well. “Devan is looking stron in the jumps, and I’m excited to see what she can do in the 800.” Senior girls include Mills, Utt, Kelly Cruz, Jessica Puente and Shea Smith. The boys team lost nearly all of its state-level talent from last

TONASKET TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE 3/16 3/19 3/23 3/26 3/30 4/9 4/16 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/3 5/10 5/18 5/24-5

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year; only Smith Condon remains from the 4x100 state-qualifying relay team. Seniors include Ryan DeJong, Jose Hernandez and David Williams. “We always emphasize personal records with the goal of having everyone set new PRs at the end of the season,” Thornton says. “If they can do that we should do well as a team as well. “We have good leadership this year so as we combine hard work with having fun, it should be another great season. Our goal is always to end the season at the state meet in Cheney. Everyone from the newcomers to the ‘old timers’ are working hard and are focused on getting better.”

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Hornet track squad filled with headliners



Callie Barker

Breanna Ervin

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Name Callie Barker Breanna Ervin Alexa Werner Kaitlyn Grunst Brittany Jewett Sierra Speiker Andrea Perez Kayla Mathis Sami Walimaki

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The Oroville track teams include (front row, l-r) Kaitlyn Grunst, Sierra Speiker, Sammie Walimaki, Kayla Mathis, Brittany Jewett, Andrea Perez, Callie Barker, Breanna Ervin, Alexa Werner, (back) Nahum Garfias, Dakota Haney, Logan Mills, Taylor Robinson, Lukas Mieirs, Charlie Arrigoni, Luke Kindred, Tanner Smith, Diego Santana, (rear) head coach Harold Jensen and assistant coach Tony Kindred.

State finals veterans key to goal of landing top five finish BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - Harold Jensen expects a lot out of his Oroville track team this spring, particularly on the girls’ side. And that mainly is because they have already accomplished quite a lot. “The girls should be dynamite,” Jensen says. “It will take a bad day to keep us out of the top five at state. There may be just a 1-2 point differential from eighth to

2B Standards Last year, the top 4 boys and top 3 girls in each event at District 5/6 regional meet qualified for state. This year’s qualification allocations have not yet been determined. However, any athlete may qualify regardless of placing if they meet the qualifying standards listed below (which are updated for 2013).

fourth, so I have no doubt that we’ll be in the top 10.” With a deep squad featuring five returning state qualifiers, the Hornet girls are definitely set up for a solid season. Callie Barker, a two-time state runner-up in the pole vault, will try to break through against her nemesis from Willapa Valley after losing out on the state title by tiebreak criteria last year. “Callie has beaten her once, just not at state,” Jensen says. “She should be able to get back there and hopefully things will be a little different this time.” Sierra Speiker, who as won the state cross country title in two of her three years, will try to

better last year’s state performance in which she took fourth in the 1600 and sixth in the 3200. She also qualified in the 800. “I’d call her the favorite in the mile and 3200,” Jensen says, “and she should place in the 800 as well.” Kaitlyn Grunst had a number of close calls late last season that has Jensen expecting big things. She nearly qualified for state in four events (and would have with the previous year’s state allocations), but instead broke through in just one, the high jump. At state, she fin-

2B BOYS Event FAT Hand 100 11.62 11.4 200 23.36 23.2 400 51.36 51.2 800 2:00.70 2:00.5 1600 4:35.84 4:35.6 3200 10:02.15 10:02.0 110H 15.71 15.5 300H 41.21 41.0 4x100 Rel. 45.03 44.8 4x400 Rel. 3:33.35 3:33.2 Shot Put 48-2

Discus 145-8 Javelin 176-2 Long Jump 21-9.25 Triple Jump 42-10.75 High Jump 6-2 Pole Vault 12-4 2B GIRLS Event FAT Hand 100 13.16 13.0 200 26.61 26.4 400 1:00.69 1:00.5 800 2:55.22 2:25.0 1600 5:21.11 5:20.9

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ished just one spot shy of the medal stand. “She should be able to get to state in the high jump, triple jump and long jump,” Jensen says. “And she should be able to place in all of those once she gets there.”

Breanna Ervin also qualified for state in the pole vault and while she didn’t medal, was one jump away from cracking the top five. Jensen 3200 11:41.62 11:41.4 100H 16.54 16.3 300H 47.27 47.1 4x100 Rel. 52.27 52.1 4x200 Rel. 1:48.94 1:48.8 4x400 Rel. 4:15.61 4:15.4 Shot Put 35-3.25 Discus 112-6 Javelin 119-2 Long Jump 16-8 Triple Jump 33-9.25 High Jump 5-1 Pole Vault 9-0

expects Brittany Jewett to return to state in the javelin and perhaps get there on a sprint relay. He also has hopes that Andrea Perez (shot put), Alexa Werner (shot put and discus) as well as freshman Kayla Mathis (pole vault) could get to Cheney as well. The boys team brings back far less experience. Tanner Smith, who qualified for state in the 200, will try to get to the medal stand this year, while Luke Kindred missed state by one spot in both the javelin and discus. Kindred and Smith were also on a 4x100 relay team that finished one place shy of the state finals.

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“Beyond those two guys and a relay, it may be tough,” Jensen said. “I think we have some talent, but not the experience.” The Hornets will once again be hosting the CWL north sectional, which this year will consist of just four teams: Oroville, Lake Roosevelt, Bridgeport and Manson. Pateros dropped down to 1B and Brewster moved up to 1A for this year and next. The road to state will get significantly tougher against the south section at regionals, which feature powerful squads from Riverside Christian and Kittitas.

OROVILLE TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE 3/23 at Colville Inv. 3/30 Oroville Invite 4/9 at Bridgeport/Brewster Co-ed 4/13 at Cashmere Invite 4/20 at Quincy Invite 4/23 at Mansfield Invite 4/26 at Cascade Invite 4/30 at Bridgeport Invite 5/3 at Liberty Bell Invite 5/9 North Div. Sub-district (home) 5/18 # at District 5/6 Regional (Ephrata) 5/24-5 # at State (EWU) # Qualifiers

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Tiger soccer looks to take next step


TONASKET - Jack Goyette’s first year back coaching the Tonasket boys soccer team produced significant signs of progress in the program. The Tigers improved from 2-13-1 (winless in Caribou Trail League play) in 2011 to 6-9-1 last year and earning a seasonopening tie (versus Manson) and a season-ending victory (over Okanogan) against state tournament qualifying teams. Goyette is hoping for even fur-


“After players are accustomed to the coach it’s much easier to focus on coaching and playing well.” Jack Goyette, Tonasket Boys Soccer Coach

ther gains in the upcoming season. “My experience is that the first year is always the toughest (when taking over a new program),” Goyette says. “There’s a lot of changes. After players are accustomed to the coach it’s much easier to focus on coaching and playing well.” The Tigers will again have enough players to easily field a JV team. The squad will be led by seniors Jesus “Chewie” Alvarez, Oscar Avilez, Joel Cosino, Brayson Hires, Wyatt O’Brien and Ivan Rios. “They’re all solid guys, good

TONASKET BOYS SOCCER ROSTER Name Jesus Alvarez Oscar Avilez Joel Cosino Brayson Hires

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The Tonasket boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Tyler Farver, Tilly Garcia, Bryden Hires, Cristian Diaz, Marcelino Ruiz-Martell, Michael Orozco, Elias Ramos, Timothy Jackson, Omar Calderon, Lawrence Wambugu, (middle) Cesar Reynoso, Abran Alvarez, Christian Garcia Herrera, Noe Vazquez, Jose Andres Ortega, Camron Baller, Hugo Sanchez, Azael Herrera, Anthony Luna, (back) assistant coach Todd Mathews, Cristian Garcia, Lucas Vugteveen, Wyatt O’Brien, Ivan Rios, Brayson Hires, Joel Cosino, Oscar Avilez, Antonio Sanchez, Isaiah Yaussey-Albright, head coach Jack Goyette. Not pictured are Jesus Alvarez, Antonioin Sanchez and Blake Ash. teammates and hard workers,” Goyette says. “With 29 or 30 kids, we had a great turnout, and they’re great kids.”

The addition of Quincy and Brewster will only make the league tougher. Last year all three league district qualifiers survived

Wyatt O’Brien Ivan Rios Camron Baller Tyler Farver Timothy Jackson Michael Orozco Elias Ramos Marcelino Ruiz-Martell Abran Alvarez Blake Ash

Cristian Diaz Christian Garcia Jose Ortega Cesar Reynoso Antonio Sanchez Noe Vazquez Lawrence Wambugu Isaiah Yaussey-Albright Omar Calderon Jesus Garcia

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into the state tournament, with league runner-up Chelan advancing to the state title game before losing 1-0 in the final. Christian Garcia Herrera Azael Herrera Bryden Hires Anthony Luna Hugo Sanchez Lucas Vugteveen

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Head coach: Jack Goyette Assistant coach: Todd Mathews

So as Goyette looks to the season ahead, catching those teams doesn’t come up.

TONASKET BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE 3/12 3/16 3/19 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/30

* Cascade 4:00 pm * Quincy 11:00 am * at Brewster 4:00 pm Oroville 4:00 pm * at Cashmere 11:00 am * Okanogan 4:30 pm at Manson 4:30 pm * at Chelan 11:00 am

Jesus Alvarez

Oscar Avilez

Joel Cosino

Brayson Hires

Wyatt O’Brien

Ivan Rios

“We want to improve our overall possession game, as well as defensively,” he says. “Our goal is to be competitive and to get better as the season progresses.” And if the Tigers are able to do that, the wins should take care of themselves. 4/9 * Omak 4:30 pm 4/13 * Cashmere 11:00 am 4/16 * at Okanogan 4:30 pm 4/20 * at Cascade 11:00 am 4/23 * at Omak 4:30 pm 4/27 * at Quincy 11:00 am 4/30 * Brewster 4:30 pm 5/2 * Chelan 4:30 pm 5/7 # Districts begin * League Contest # If Qualify

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OROVILLE - Just keeping a team on the field proved to be a challenge for Mike Pitts last year in his first season as Oroville’s head soccer coach. Fortunately, in Class B soccer, teams often are willing to play shorthanded, thus a number of 7-on-7 and 8-on-8 games kept the Hornets from having to scrap the end of last season.


Name EZ Layata Michael Riple Abraham Capote Connelly Quick Jessey Tizapa Leonardo Curiel Ezequiel Delgado Cesar Lozano Brian Wise Javier Castillo Daniel Castrejon Emmanuel Castrejon Jesus Churape Austin Holcomb Luis Reyes Moises Capote Robbie Dudley Aldo Perez

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Head coach: MIke Pitts Assistant coach: Tony Flores

Seniors Brent Baker/staff photo

EZ Layata

Michael Ripley

This year that shouldn’t be a problem with 18 players on the squad. With an extremely youthful bunch - there are just two seniors and three juniors on the roster - wins against more established teams may be hard to come by, but Pitts is looking forward to building a lasting foundation. “We have an awesome opportunity to establish a foundation for the next 3-5 seasons,” Pitts says. “These young players will see a lot of playing time which will benefit them in the long run.” The team would have been young anyway with six freshmen

The Oroville boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Jesus Churape, Ezequiel Delgado, Aldo Perez, Jaurer Castillo, Daniel Castrejon, Emmanuel Castrejon, Robbie Dudley, EZ Layata, Jessey Tizapa, (back) assistant coach Tony Flores, Cesar Lozano, Leonardo Curiel, Connelly Quick, Brian Wise, Abraham Capote, Michael Ripley, Austin Holcomb and head coach Mike Pitts. Not pictured is Moises Capote. in the mix. But it also includes three eighth graders who will get thrown into the fray right away as several other players will start the year on the bench due to eligibility issues.

OROVILLE BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE 3/12 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/30 4/6

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“The eighth graders are in a unique situation where they’re being asked to contribute in major way at a younger age,” Pitts says. “So far ... they have shown a lot of maturity and have taken the 4/9 * Manson 4:00 pm 4/13 * Bridgeport 11:00 am 4/16 * at Liberty Bell 5:00 pm 4/20 * at Manson 11:00 am 4/23 * at Bridgeport 4:00 pm 4/27 * at Liberty Bell 11:00 am 4/30 * Manson 4:00 pm 5/4 # Districts begin * League Contest # If Qualify

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Tonasket tennis features mix of youth and experience BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - Tonasket’s tennis teams feature an interesting blend of youth and experience, a combination of knowns and unknowns. The girls team features one of the league’s best players, while the boys overall may have a better chance to contend in the Caribou Trail League. Tonasket coach Dave Buchheim is looking for big things from senior Megan Beyers, who finished second in the state singles tournament two years ago but last season, playing doubles with Amber Monroe, fell one match short of state after being eliminated by the eventual state fourthplace medalists from Cashmere. Beyers, in a bid to get back to state, played indoor tennis all winter. “I really expect Megan to well,” Buchheim says. “She should come out of districts (number) one or two and go from there. She’ll be one of the top players in the league. It’s a great place for us to start as a team, but of course, you have to win three out of five matches.” The Tigers do have five other returners, including seniors Claire Thornton and Michaela Newton, as well as juniors Brisa Leep, Abby Gschiel, Maddie Villalva and sophomores Cassie


Megan Beyers

Grace Maldonado

Michaela Newton Claire Thornton Brent Baker/staff photo

The Tonasket tennis teams include (front row, l-r) Baillie Hirst, Ye Jee, Abby Gschiel, Grace Maldonado, Claire Thornton, Michaela Newton, Megan Beyers, Cassie Blaney, Shoshanna Thomas-McCue, Anna St. Martin, (back) head coach Dave Buchheim, Levi Schell, Morgan O’Brien, Brian Hendrick, Walker Marks, Trevor Terris, Jesse Holan, Dmytro Golubovych and assitant coach Kevin Terris. Not pictured are Colton Leep, Conner Williams, Brisa Leep and Maddie Villalva. Blaney and Anna St. Martin. “I always have high hopes,” Buchheim says. “But realistically


Name Brian Hendrick Walker Marks Levi Schell Trevor Terris Dmytro Golubovych

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I think we’ll finish in the middle somewhere.” The boys may not have an Jesse Holan Colton Leep Morgan O’Brien Conner Williams


Name Megan Beyers Grace Maldonado Michaela Newton Claire Thornton

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established state medal contender like Beyers, but are solid with juniors Trevor Terris and Brian Abby Gschiel Brisa Leep Cassie Blaney Ye Jee Anna St. Martin Shoshanna Thomas-McCue Maddie Villalva Baillie Hirst

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Head coach: Dave Buchheim Assistant coach: Anitra Atcheson

Hendrick in singles, with sophomores Walker Marks and Colton Leep looking solid in doubles. With no seniors on the squad, other returners include junior Levi Schell and sophomores Morgan O’Brien and Conner Williams. “It’s kind of a mixed team,” Buccheim says. “We have a lot of returning players, but a lot of young ones too. But I still expect the boys to finish in the top half of the league.”


3/12 3/16 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/29 4/9 4/13 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/23 4/27 5/2 5/4 5/11

* Cascade 4:00 pm * Quincy 11:00 am Oroville 4:30 pm * at Cashmere 11:00 am * Okanogan 4:30 pm Liberty Bell 4:30 pm * at Chelan 4:30 pm * Omak 4:30 pm * Cashmere 11:00 am * at Okanogan 4:30 pm * Omak 4:30 pm *at Cascade 11:00 am * at Omak 4:30 pm * at Quincy 11:00 am * at Lk Roosevelt4:00 pm * Chelan 11:00 am Districts begin

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Hornet tennis under new leadership

Hornets to field full teams for first time in several seasons BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - Billy Monroe takes over coaching the Oroville tennis teams, and for the first time in several years the Hornets will start the season able to field full squads on both the boys and girls side. Six girls and four boys return, giving Monroe, an assistant at Tonasket last year, a relatively experienced crew to start with. “Every single athlete who turned out this season is key,” Monroe says. “It gives us the opportunity to have full teams. “On the boys side, I’m looking for veteran leadership from Ronel Kee, Joe Sarmiento and Donny Wise. On the girls side, from Menze Pickering, Lily Hilderbrand and Aya Cruspero.” Also returning are Eric Herrera, Ali Miller, Angela Nelson and Maddy Richardson. As when any new coach takes over, there will be changes in approach, and Monroe says it may take awhile for the team to hit its stride. “The main goal for this season is to get better every week and stay positive,” he says. “Fundamentally, I am making a lot of changes to the players’ games and there will be struggles early in the season. The plan is to stay the course and


Name Ali Miller Maddy Coffelt-Richardson Aya Cruspero Kaylee Foster Angela Nelson Menze Pickering Lily Hilderbrand

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Eric Herrera

Ronel Kee

Ali Miller

Donny Wise

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The Oroville tennis teams include (front row, l-r) Angela Nelson, Menze Pickering, Ali Miller, Lily Hilderbrand, Maddy Coffelt-Richardson, Aya Cruspero, Kaylee Foster, (back) head coach Billy Monroe, Nathan Hugus, Conner Bocook, Joseph Sarmiento, Donald Wise, Eric Herrera and Michael Ortiz. Not pictured are Lillie Gronlund and Ronel Kee. improve as tennis players.” Filling out this year’s lineups will be a pair of eighth graders, on each on the boys and girls teams. “Without either of them, we would not have a full team so their impact already is huge,” Lillie Gronlund



Name Eric Herrera Ronel Kee Donny Wise Michael Ortiz Joe Sarmiento Connor Bocook Nathan Hugus

Head Coach: Billy Monroe

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Underclassmen dominate Oroville golf team State qualifier Connor Hughes is lone senior while five eighth graders take to the links

BOYS Name Connor Hughes Kyle Scott Lane Tietje Mick Fulmer Cayden Field (Tonasket) Blake Rise Blaine Weaver Bryce Glover Austin Hughes William Shearer


OROVILLE - It seems to be a recurring theme this year that Oroville’s spring sports teams are on the young side. That is particularly true for the Hornet golf squad, which boasts all of one single upperclassman on its 12-athlete roster. Senior Connor Hughes brings far and away the most experience to the team. He qualified for the state finals each of the past two years, and last season survived the Day One cut and cracked the top 40 for the weekend. “We are young, so our golfers just need to play and develop their golf skills this year,” says Oroville coach DeHaven Hill.The only other returners on either



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Name Heidi Gronlund Jordyn Smith


Gr 8 8

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squad are sophomores Kyle Scott, Mick Fulmer and Lane Tietje. The rest of the teams include two freshmen, five eighth graders, and Tonasket freshman Cayden Field as part of a co-op arrangement. Two of the Hornet eighth graders, Bryce Glover and Jordyn

The Oroville golf team includes (l-r) William Shearer, Jordyn Smith, Austin Hughes and Lane Tietje. Not pictured are Connor Hughes, Kyle Scott, Mick Fulmer, Blake Rise, Blaine Weaver, Bryce Glover, Heidi Gronlund , Cayden Field (Tonasket) and assistant coach Ed Booker. Smith, have played golf for several years. “They bring a little more experience than our other eighth graders,” Hill says. “We have a great group of eighth graders par-

ticipating this year.” Smith and fellow eighth grader Heidi Gronlund are the only girls playing, with 10 boys turning out. “Our goals will be to continue

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to develop and lower our team score as we play throughout the year,” Hill says. “Our team goal will be to win districts, and every player’s individual goal is to qualify for the state tournament.”

5/14 5/20

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW BASEBALL STANDINGS CARIBOU TRAIL LEAGUE (1A) Team W L RS RA * Cashmere 15 0 213 2 * Cascade 11 4 116 72 * Okanogan 7 8 63 83 Chelan 6 9 65 117 Omak 5 10 78 119 Tonasket 1 14 34 172 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Cashmere (state champion)

W 26 14 8 8 6 2

CENTRAL WASHINGTON LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION (2B) Team W L RS RA * Lk. Roosevelt 12 3 120 39 * Liberty Bell 12 3 126 31 * Brewster 12 3 185 45 Pateros 5 10 82 154 Waterville 4 11 74 134 Oroville 0 15 24 216 Bridgeport (all games non-league) * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Brewster, Lake Roosevelt

W 21 14 15 5 6 0 2


RS 275 159 108 83 92 58

RA 19 124 118 142 119 227


L 4 7 7 12 11 19 17

RS 198 196 213 93 105 56 54

W 22 17 12 12 6 5

CENTRAL WASHINGTON LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION (2B) Team W L RS RA * Brewster 17 0 349 53 * Pateros 15 2 303 47 * Waterville 10 8 252 220 * Liberty Bell 10 8 220 189 Lk Roosevelt 6 12 195 402 Bridgeport 4 14 105 278 Oroville 0 18 97 336 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Brewster, Pateros

W 19 20 11 11 6 4 0

Team Cashmere Chelan Omak Tonasket Cascade Okanogan

RA 70 69 85 186 150 289 286


Team W L RS RA * Cascade 14 1 174 40 * Okanogan 10 5 141 97 * Chelan 8 7 112 81 * Omak 8 7 86 86 Cashmere 5 10 69 81 Tonasket 0 15 24 227 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Cascade, Okanogan

Team Pts. W L * Manson 28 9 1 * Brewster 26 9 1 * Warden 18 6 4 Bridgeport 9 3 7 Liberty Bell 6 2 8 Oroville 3 1 9 * Post-season qualifier State Qualifiers: Manson

L 7 10 12 10 12 15

RS 292 246 168 153 82 103

RA 127 201 157 127 111 253

L 5 5 9 10 15 16 20

RS 385 386 252 267 201 106 118

RA 120 97 220 222 486 315 368

W 10 7 4 4 2 2

GF 48 64 28 32 10 18

GA 7 6 15 26 48 99

W 11 14 8 6 2 1

L 5 2 7 10 14 14

T 3 0 0 0 0 0

GF GA 69 32 87 14 42 27 51 45 14 87 25 126


L 0 2 5 6 8 8

W L 13 1 10 4 8 6 7 8 4 10 5 10

Tonasket State Qualifier: Anthony Verhasselt Oroville State Qualifiers: None

Team Cashmere Chelan Cascade Omak Tonasket Okanogan

W 9 8 5 4 2 1

Team Pts. W L GF GA W L T * Cascade 27 9 1 34 15 15 3 2 * Chelan 24 8 2 38 13 17 6 0 * Okanogan 18 6 4 32 16 12 8 0 Omak 12 4 6 29 33 9 7 0 Tonasket 6 2 8 13 38 6 9 1 Cashmere 3 1 9 18 49 3 13 0 * Post-season qualifier State Qualifiers: Cascade, Chelan (2nd place), Okanogan

GF 59 81 72 54 38 28

W L 13 1 11 2 8 5 9 5 5 10 4 11

Tonasket State Qualifiers: None. Oroville State Qualifiers: None. CTL and CWL North B/1A Medalists: Shaylyn Goodall, Omak (2nd place) Maghara DePaoli/Megan Robinson, Chelan (3rd place) Mikeala Kowatsch/Tasaha Kowatsch, Chelan (4th place) Olivia Plew/Clancy Courtney, Chelan (7th place)

GA 32 31 51 42 50 72


Tonasket 1A State Qualifiers: None



CWL 2B North Medalists C.J. Mathews, Oroville, Triple Jump (2nd) Michael Frisk, Entiat, 300 Hurdles (5th) Marcus Vanderholm, Manson, 1600 (3rd), 3200 (4th) Casey Sorensen, Manson, Shot Put (6th) Alex Vanderholm, Manson, Discus (6th) Jesse Adkins, Lake Roosevelt, 300 Hurdles (3rd) Kip Craig, Bridgeport, 300 Hurdles (4th)

CWL North Sub-District Track Finals: Oroville 153, Liberty Bell 103, Lake Roosevelt 90, Bridgeport 83, Pateros 60, Brewster 47, Waterville 2.


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Oroville 2B State Qualifiers: Caleb Haney (Discus) C.J. Mathews (Triple Jump, Long Jump) Tanner Smith (200) Zack Speiker (3200)

CTL Track Finals: Cashmere 240, Chelan 75, Okanogan 74, Tonasket 70, Omak 57, Cascade 34.

CTL and CWL North B/1A Medalists: Matt Robinson, Chelan (5rd place) Warren Robertson, Cashmere (8th place) Nathan Stiles/Adam Ross, Cashmere (2nd place)


CWL North Sub-District Track Finals: Liberty Bell 150, Oroville 144, Bridgeport 77.5, Lake Roosevelt 60, Brewster 37, Waterville 30.5, Pateros 15.

CTL Track Finals: Cashmere 174, Tonasket 104, Omak 81, Chelan 67, Cascade 57, Okanogan 29. Tonasket 1A State Qualifiers: Damon Halvorsen, 1600 Jake Hickman, John Stedtfeld, Zach Villalva, Smith Condon, 4x100 Relay CTL 1A Medalists Moe Roberts, Cashmere, 100 (5th) Joey Michael, Cashmere, 110 Hurdles (4th), 300 Hurdles (8th) Brad Wood, Cashmere, pole vault (2nd) Joseph LaGrou, Omak, High Jump (8th)

Oroville 2B State Qualifiers: Sierra Speiker (800, 1600, 3200) Callie Barker (Pole Vault) Brittany Jewett (Javelin) Breanna Ervin (Pole Vault) Kaitlyn Grunst (High Jump) CTL 1A Medalists Karle Pittsinger, Chelan, shot (6th) Jesica Bauer, Cashmere, 100 (7th) Angela Knishka, Cashmere, 400 (8th); 800 (5th) Jozie Kimes, Cashmere, 100 Hurdles (6th), 300 Hurdles (5th) Cashmere 4x200 Girls (Bauer, Helm, B Knishka, A Knishka) (3rd) Cashmere 4x400 Girls (B Knishka, Weddle, Kimes, A Knishka) (4th) Monique Blanchard, Cashmere, Pole vault (6th) Ashlee Barker, Omak, long jump (8th) Maddie Timm, Okanogan, high jump (1st, 5-5) CWL 2B North Medalists Callie Barker, Oroville, Pole Vault (2nd) Sierra Speiker, Oroville, 1600 (6th), 3200 (4th) Emily Wooldridge, Entiat, 800 (7th), 1600 (7th), 3200 (5th) Heather Segle, Entiat, 300 Hurdles (6th) Entiat 4x400 (Wooldridge, Rock, Parks, Segle) (3rd) Jamie Bruno, Pateros, 200 (6th), 100 Hurdles (5th), 300 Hurdles (7th), Kim Barry, Lake Roosevelt, 400 (2nd), 800 (1st), 1600 (4th), 3200 (3rd) Brette Boesel, Brewster, High Jump (2nd) Yvonne Kilgour, Bridgeport, Shot Put (8th)

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