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Tonasket’s track and field teams include (front row, l-r) Mary Naylor, Darian Ward, Bonnie Siegrfried, Cassie Spear, Tiffany Ferdon, Devyn Catone, Johnna Terris, (second row) Makalapua Goodness, Hunter Swanson, Jaden Vugteveen, Kylie Dellinger, Janelle Catone, Alissa Young, Allison Glanzer, Kathryn Cleman, (third row) Jacob Villalva, Luis Casarrubias, Abe Podkranic, Lloyd Temby, Chelsea Vasquez, Blaine Hirst, Caio Baumstein, Ryan Rylie, Amber Monroe, Jenna Davisson, (back row) Head Coach Bob Thornton, Keeton Hoines, Dalton Smith, Ethan Bensing, Smith Condon, Chad Edwards, David Curtis, Parker Kenyon, Adrian Palomares, Seth Smith, Beau Cork and Assistant Coach Chad Portwood. example will help everyone to have a successful season.” Thornton’s emphasis has been on each athlete continually shooting for personal bests, which when successful translates into constant improvement. “The goal is to have everyone set new PRs a the end of the season,” Thornton says. “If they can do that, then we should do well as a team as well. We have good leadership this year so we combine hard wok with having fun. It should be another great season.” In at least one case a personal best would translate into a school record. Senior pole vaulter Kathryn Cleman set the school


Tigers aim to peak in time for state finals TONASKET - Tonasket track and field coach Bob Thornton is hoping that the focus and determination of his returning athletes is contagious. “One thing I have heard a lot this year is how bad they want it this year,” Thornton says. “Their

Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

1A Standards Four athletes in each event at the Distrct 6/7 regional qualified for state (though there may be additional qualifiers in some events). However, any athlete may qualify regardless of placing if they meet the qualifying standards listed below (which are updated for 2014).


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record last year and will be aiming to for a state qualifying performance this time around. Three Tigers who did make it to state are back this season. Kylie Dellinger, Cassie Spear and Rose Walts comprised three quarters of the state-qualifying 4x400 relay team and could be looking at a return in that event, as well as in individual events. “Kylie is running well and focused on doing her best in distance events,” Thornton says. “Cassie is looking like she will start this year right where she left off last year in the 400. Rose is strong again in the hurdles.”


Name Kathryn Cleman Jenna Davisson Kylie Dellinger Amber Monroe Cassie Spear Tiffany Ferdon Allison Glanzer Mary Naylor

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On the boys’ side, Ethan Bensing was possibly the best triple jumper in the state that had to sit out the state meet. He finished fourth at regionals to miss out on a trip to Cheney, but his jumps throughout the season surpassed many of those who were state medalists. “After winning league last year in the 400 as a freshman, Ryan Rylie is running stronger than ever and will be pushed by (freshman) Beau Cork this year,” Thornton adds. As always, the goal is to earn a spot at the state finals. “Once again we have a lot of

new and talented athletes this year,” Thornton says. “We have a

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Oroville’s track teams include (front row, l-r) Phoebe Poynter, Bonnie Roley, Callie Krupkat, Sierra Speiker, Narya Naillon, Sarai Camacho, (middle) Sean DeWitte, Joseph Sarmiento, Dakota Haney, Matthew Smith, Oscar Rosales-Cortez, (back) assistant coach Tony Kindred, Diego Santana, Charlie Arrigoni, Tanner Smith, Ruben Renfro, Riley Davidson, Jordan Smith and head coach Harold Jensen. Not pictured: Logan Mills, Kaitlyn Grunst, Brittany Jewett, Sammie Walimaki, Luke Kindred.

Hornets return 6 state qualifiers; girls shoot for 5th straight league title BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - The signs around Oroville High School celebrate

2B Standards The top two athletes in each event at District 5/6 regional meet qualify for state (some events may have additional qualifiers). However, any athlete may qualify regardless of placing if they meet the qualifying standards listed below (which are updated for 2014).

a track and field dynasty in the making. There are no signs that the Hornets will be slowing down this year as they bring back six athletes that finished last year at the state finals meet in Cheney, many of them qualifying in multiple events. The goal this year is to add to those numbers and move higher up the medal podium in those events, as well as the girls shoot-

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ing for a fifth straight league title. “The coaching staff is looking forward to one of the most exciting track seasons in recent years,” says Oroville coach Harold Jensen. He ticks off nearly every athlete on his small but competitive team as a potential state qualifier. Everyone in Oroville knows about distance runner Sierra Speiker, a state qualifier in both cross country and track in every Discus Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault 2B GIRLS Event 100 Dash 200 Dash 400 Dash 800 Run 1600 Run

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season of her high school career and owner of three cross country state titles and last year’s 3200meter run championship. Last year she also finished fifth in the 1600 and qualified in the 800 and will be looking to add to her medal collection in her final high school season before heading off to the University of Idaho next year. Senior Kaitlyn Grunst qualified in the long jump and triple 3200 Run 100 Hurdles 300 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x200 Relay 4x400 Relay Shot Put Discus Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

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jump and taking sixth in the high jump. Grunst, Speiker and senior Brittany Jewett also return off of the state-qualifying 4x400 team. Jewett is a previous state qualifier in the javelin and looks to make a return in that event as well. Sophomore Sammie Walimaki qualified in the 200-meter dash and Jensen expects her to make a push at making state in the 100 as well. Jensen said he is looking forward to seeing first-time junior

Sarai Camacho compete in the throwing events, and looks to add freshmen Phoebe Poynter, Narya Naillon, Callie Krupkat and Bonnie Roley to the relays. The boys team will be led by Luke Kindred (fifth at state in the javeling) and Tanner Smith (eighth in the 100 and qualifier in the 200). “Senior Diego Santana will handle the distance races and Junior Matt Smith will be in multiple jumping events and relays,” Jensen says. “Sophomores Dakota Haney ( throws), Charley Arrigoni (distance and relays) Logan Mills (sprints and relays) and Blaine Weaver (hurdles, jumps and relays) are all experienced participants who could break through to the state meet.” Riley Davidson and Oscar Cortez-Rosales will also contribute in the jumping and throwing events. Hometown fans will get their best chance to see the Hornets compete at their home Draggoo Financial Invitational on Saturday, May 3.

OROVILLE TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE 3/22 3/29 4/12 4/19 4/25 5/3 5/9 5/16 5/24 5/30-31

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OROVILLE BOYS SOCCER Hornets believe they are poised for a breakout season





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OROVILLE - When Mike Pitts took over the Oroville boys soccer program three seasons ago, it was a rarity that he was able to field a full team. Many games were played 9-on-9 (or in a couple of cases, 9-on-11) because of a lack of healthy or eligible players. Pitts no longer has that problem as he had 18 players on his roster last year and starts 2014 with a 24-man squad. “Last year we saw a significant increase in young talent which was exciting, but yet challenging thing for me,” Pitts says. “I knew going into last season we would have to be patient and focus on the good things game in and game out.” The Hornets had enough numbers to keep a full squad on the field, but a youthful and inexperienced team managed just one win and struggled mightily against playoff teams Manson and Bridgeport. The Hornets gave up 61 goals in six games against those two teams, but 49 in nine games against everyone else. Their best game of the season was a 3-2 overtime loss to a Liberty Bell squad that finished just one game behind Bridgeport in the playoff race. “We came a long way last year and looking at this season, I have high expectations for our team,” Pitts says. “Returning almost the entire roster from last season coupled with the addition of experienced and new players, our team is poised to make some noise in league this year.” The Hornets return 12 of last year’s 18, including seniors Connelly Quick and Abe Capote, who have been mainstays of the program through its growing pains. “I’m excited to see Connelly

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OROVILLE BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE 3/18 Tonasket 4:30 pm 3/20 at Moses Lake C 5:00 pm 3/25 at Bridgeport 4:00 pm 3/27 Liberty Bell 4:00 pm 3/28 Newport 4:00 pm 4/10 Moses Lake C 4:00 pm 4/12 at Newport 12:00 pm 4/14 at Manson 4:00 pm 4/17 * at Liberty Bell 4:00 pm 4/24 * Bridgeport 4:00 pm 4/26 * Manson 11:00 am 5/1 * at Bridgeport 4:00 pm 5/3 * Liberty Bell 11:00 am 5/7 * at Manson 4:00 pm * League Game Brent Baker/staff photo

The Oroville boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Luis Vazquez, Emmanuel Castrejon, Daniel Castrejon, Alex Nava, Yohnny Castillo, Aldo Perez, Javier Castillo, (middle) Cristobal Gonzalez, Cesar Lozano, Jose Beltran, Cristian Diaz, Jesus Churape, Adolfo Delgado, Robbie Dudley, Leonardo Curiel, (back) head coach Mike Pitts, Connelly Quick, Michael Dudley, Abraham Capote, Brian Wise, Moises Capote, Mick Fulmer, Thomas Elias and assistant coach Tony Flores. Not pictured is Hunter Mathis. and Abe finish their senior years strong,” Pitts says. “Both have been outstanding and are set to do some great things on the defense and offense.” Also returning are juniors

Leonardo Curiel, Cesar Lozano, and Brian Wise, sophomores Emmanuel Castrejon, Daniel Castrejon, Jesus Churape and Javier Castillo, and freshmen Aldo Perez, Robbie Dudley and

Moises Capote. With all of the Central Washington B League programs becoming more established particularly Manson, which advanced to the quarterfinals of

the 2B/1A state tournament - the road to improvement won’t be easy for the Hornets. But that hasn’t dampened Pitts’ optimism. “With the way our league is currently comprised having to

play each other three times during the season, we get to know each other very well,” he says. “That scenario bodes well for our team. We got better and better the more acquainted we got with each team last year. I truly believe this year will be a break out one for us and several years down the road, we’ll look back and say that’s where it happened. “

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TONASKET - Tonasket’s boys soccer team proved it could play with the best at times last season. Beating the best was another matter. Going 3-11 in Caribou Trail League play meant there were a few ugly outings. But the Tigers also had an early 2-1 loss to Okanogan, which eventually finished fourth in the state tournament, and finished the season with three straight highly competitive games highly-rated teams, including a 2-1 loss to eventual state champion Chelan (which needed a win to clinch the league title) to close out the season. Cracking into the top half of the league - where the top three teams combined for a 49-11 record (with half those losses coming to one another) and the fourth place team (Okanogan) took fourth in the state tournament - may be a tall order. But the Tigers certainly are getting the numbers to make a go at it as the roster is bursting with 34 athletes. A large number of those are returning, of course, but among those Coach Jack Goyette is counting on to lead the way include seniors Michael Orozco, Tyler Farver, Marcelino RuizMartell, Elias Ramos and Derek Sund. Orozco and Farver play both forward and midfield; Ramos will be in the midfied; Ruiz-Martell has played every position at one point or another; and Sund, who joined the team at mid-season last year, earned the starting goalkeeper’s job with his

TONASKET BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE 3/18 at Oroville 3/22 * at Quincy 3/25 * Brewster 3/27 Manson 3/29 * Cashmere 4/8 * at Okanogan 4/10 * at Cascade 4/12 * Chelan 4/15 * at Omak 4/19 * at Cashmere 4/22 * Okanogan 4/26 * Cascade 4/29 * Omak 5/3 * Quincy 5/6 * at Brewster 5/8 * at Chelan * League Game

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The Tonasket boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Lucas Vugteveen, Hugo Sanchez, Bryden Hires, Javier Hernandez, Daniel Decker, jeffrey Luna, Esgar Mendez, Daniel Ornelas, Victor Flores, Yovany Rosas, (middle) Derek Sund, Elias Ramos, Tyler Farver, Tim Jackson, Marcelino Ruiz-Martell, Roberto Juarez, Michael Orozco, Johannes Weber, Carlos Abrego, Christian Garcia, Anthony Luna, Omar Calderon, (back) Assistant Coach Todd Matthews, Isaiah Albright, Abran Alvarez, Cesar Reynoso, Noe Vazquez, Jose Andres Ortega, Jesus Garcia Alvarez, Bailey Steinfort, Alexander Ayala, Elias Abrego Jr., Joaquin Polito, Blake Ash and Head Coach Jack Goyette. performance. After opening at Oroville, the Tigers dive straight into state-


Name Pos Elias Abrego M/F Tyler Farver M/F Tim Jackson D/F Roberto Juarez D Michael Orozco M/F Elias Ramos M Marcelino Ruiz-Martell M/F/D Derek Sund GK Isaiah Albright M/F Abran Alvarez D/M Blake Ash D Jesus Garcia M/F Esgar Mendez D Jose Ortega D Cesar Reynoso M/F Bailey Steinfort D

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quality competition at Quincy on Saturday, March 22, and at home next week with back-toNoe Vazquez D 11 Lucas Vugteveen D 11 Johannes Weber M/D 11 Carlos Abrego M/F 10 Alex Ayala D 10 Omar Calderon GK 10 Christian Garcia M/F 10 Bryden Hires M/F 10 Anthony Luna M/F 10 Hugo Sanchez F 10 Yovani Alvarez D 9 Daniel Decker D 9 Victor Flores D 9 Javier Hernandez M 9 Jeffrey Luna M/F 9 David Ornelas GK/D 9 Abraham Sixtos D 9 Head coach: Jack Goyette Assistant coach: Todd Mathews

back games against Brewster and Manson. After averaging one goal a game last season, the Tigers will focus on what it takes to build up

to quality scoring chances. “We are working on playing quicker, higher-quality possession soccer,” Goyette says. “Soccer is about being part of a

team, sharing the good and bad, working hard and having fun. The time that we have playing together is a gift that should be completely enjoyed.”

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OROVILLE TENNIS Monroe sees bright future for Oroville’s tennis program

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OROVILLE - Second-year Oroville tennis coach Billy Monroe senses that excitement about Hornet tennis is building. It didn’t hurt to see some of his athletes out on the courts getting some pre-season work in during a warm stretch in February. “I like to set my expectations high for my athletes and for my program,” Monroe says. “That being said I am really looking forward to this season. The excitement for tennis this year at the school has been surprising.” There should be plenty of competition amongst the girls team for varsity spots as 11 girls turned out, including seniors Kaylee Foster, Aya Cruspero, Angela Nelson, Menze Pickering, Ashley Marcolin and Emily Viveros. Junior Lily Hilderbrand and freshman Lillie Gronlund also played last year. The boy team only has four, but three - junior Joseph Sarmiento, sophomore Connor BoCook and freshman Nathan Hugus - are returnees. “With a full lineup I expect the girls to compete this year with the top teams in our league,” Monroe says. “I know schools such as Pateros and Liberty Bell will have good girls teams and it will be interesting to see how we do. “The boys team, although small in number, is big in athleti-


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The Oroville tennis teams include (front row, l-r) John Marquiss, Lillie Gronlund, Adriana Silva, Nathan Hugus, Conner Bocook, Zoe Whittaker Jameson, Lena Fuchs, (back) Angela Nelson, Menze Pickering, Emily Viveros, Coach Billy Monroe, Aya Cruspero, Kaylee Foster and Ashley Marcolin. Not pictured: Lily Hilderbrand, Joseph Sarmiento, John Marquiss. cism. I feel that I have a couple of the best athletes in the school on my team. If all of my players make as much growth this year on their tennis game as last year, I feel that there is a good chance

that I could be taking someone to the state tournament this season.” Monroe is hoping that last year’s growth coupled with this year’s early enthusiasm are signs that the Hornets’ program is

returning to prominence. “I would like to see it return to the glory days of the late 1980s and early 1990s when state champions like the Bargens and Kowatchs where coming out of Oroville ten-

nis,” he says. “Tennis should be fun. I want athletes coming to practice excited to work on their skills and happy to be there practicing. If you have fun doing something you will naturally become better at it.”

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TONASKET - The resignation of former tennis coach Dave Buccheim shortly before the beginning of spring practice contributed to the Tonasket tennis teams getting off to an uneven start and may have kept the number of turn-outs down. But newly hired coach Mark Milner likes what he sees with the team he does have. “We’re low in numbers but big in heart,” Milner says. “Our goal is to get better every day. So far I like the progress and with some hard work, I’m liking our chances of getting a kid or two to State this year.” There is more experience on the boys’ side than with the girls. “Trevor Terris, Brian Hendrick and Walker Marks all have singles experience,” Milner says. “The girls also have experience but will have their hands full with an extremely talented league. Cashmere, Okanogan, Omak and Chelan all have very strong girls teams.” In fact, four of the eight state medalists at the 1B/2B/1A state tournament last year hailed from the Caribou Trail League, including Tonasket then-senior Megan Beyers, who finished fifth. The CTL also boasted the top two doubles teams and three other state-qualifying pairs. The boys went 6-6 in league

TONASKET BOYS AND GIRLS TENNIS SCHEDULE 3/18 3/20 3/22 3/28 3/29 4/8

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Tonasket’s tennis teams include (front row, l-r) Anna St. Martin, Micala Arnesen, Rochelle Glaspie, Norma Ramos, Brisa Leep, Abby Gschiel, Jenny Bello, Madi Villalva, Baillie Hirst and Assistant Coach Arcelia Carroll, (back row) Sesar Saldana, Ulukbek Beishekeev, Levi Schell, Jesse Holan, Brian Hendrick, Colton Leep, Trevor Terris, Walker Ray Marks, David Moreno and Head Coach Mark Milner. play last year, good for fourth place in the league, while the girls were 2-10. 4/12 * Chelan 4:30 pm 4/15 at Omak 4:30 pm 4/19 * at Cashmere 11:00 am 4/22 * Okanogan 4:30 pm 4/24 * at Omak 4:30 pm 4/25 * at Cascade 4:30 pm 4/29 * Omak 4:30 pm 5/3 *Quincy 11:00 am 5/7 at Liberty Bell 4:30 pm 5/9 *at Chelan 4:30 pm * League Match


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OROVILLE BASEBALL Still young, Hornets hope to build on last season



OROVILLE - Two wins may not look like much at first glance, but those victories represented a big step in the right direction for a painfully young Oroville baseball squad last season. The Hornets ended a two-year losing streak with a 19-5 victory over Manson last March and became increasingly competitive as the season went on, including a season-ending 9-1 loss to a Liberty Bell squad that eventually advanced to the state semifinals. The bulk of that squad returns intact this season, including seniors Boone McKinney and Jake Scott, as well as four freshmen that cut their teeth at the varsity level as eighth graders last year. “I look fo rus to improve our record this year by playing solid, heads-up baseball,” says Oroville coach Tam Hutchinson. Senior pitcher/third baseman McKinney was a second-team allleague selection last season, while Casey Martin earned honorable mention for his pitching and outfield play as an eighth grader. “(Senior) Jake Scott is much




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The Oroville baseball team includes (front row, l-r) Casey Martin, Hunter Martin, William Shearer, Brentt Kallstrom, Andrew Mieirs, Spencer Martin, (back) assistant coach Josh Marchand, Boone McKinney, Dustin Nigg, Jake Scott, Steven Maupin, Ricky Mathis, Trevor Shearer, Cody Tibbs and head coach Tam Hutchinson. improved at first,” Hutchinson says. “And he’s hitting the ball



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the improved pitching of junior Ricky Mathis and freshman Brentt Kallstrom. Dustin Nigg, a junior, returns to play shortstop. “His hitting has improved, and his speed on the basepaths will provide scoring opportunities,”

Hutchinson says. He added that brothers Trevor and Will Shearer have shown improvement at catcher and in the outfield, respectively. Steven Maupin provides power and freshman Andrew Mieirs “has good baseball skill,” Hutchinson



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says. One newcomer, Hunter Martin, will see time in the outfield. The Hornets finished fourth in the five team CWL 2B League last season, one spot out off of a playoff berth. Making up ground on teams like Bridgeport and Lake Roosevelt could have the Hornets contending for a district playoff spot by season’s end.

TONASKET BASEBALL Tigers bring more experienced squad to the diamond this season

TONASKET BASEBALL ROSTER Name Pos Gr Jacob Cory UT 12 John Rawley P/1B/OF 12 Pete Valentine 1B 12 Kjeld Williams UT 12 Jimmy Coleman P/C 11 Jesse Manring UT 11 Jeremiah Albright P/UT 10 Nick Crandall IF 10 Dallin Good OF 10 Cade Hockett IF 10 Wyatt Pershing UT 9








TONASKET - Tonasket’s longsuffering baseball program won’t find the road any easier against the always loaded Caribou Trail League this season. But for the first time in awhile, third-year coach Tim Cork believes the Tigers are better equipped to deal with the type of competition they’ll be facing. This will be the first time in his

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Tim Cork Tonasket Baseball Coach

tenure that he’ll field a starting nine that all have baseball experience. The roster is just 12 strong, but 11 of them are returnees from last year’s squad. Those include seniors Jake Cory, John Rawley, Kjeld Williams and Pete Valentine, as well as juniors Jimmy Coleman and Jesse Manring as well as five sophomores. What bodes well for the Tigers

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The Tonasket baseball team includes (front row, l-r) Chad Bretz (bat boy), Cade Hockett, Jeremiah Albright, Wyatt Pershing, Nick Crandall, Jesse Manring, Quincy Vassar (bat boy), (back) Head Coach Tim Cork, Adrian McCarthy, Jimmy Coleman, John Rawley, Jake Cory, Pete Valentine, Kjeld Williams and Assistant Coach Dan Vassar. for the next couple of seasons (beginning 2015) is that they held a .500 record against teams that are now or will be in the 2B

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will pay off this season. I want them to compete in league games; I know they’ll really enjoy that.” As with any baseball squad, the key likely will be how the pitching staff rounds into shape. The Tigers do bring plenty of experience to the mound, particularly with Rawley and Coleman. Sophomores Adrian McCarthy and Jeremiah Albright will provide depth. The Tigers open the season with five non-league games against area 2B schools before diving into league play April 8 at Okanogan. “We want to work hard, have fun, and play better baseball,” Cork says. “And maybe (we’ll) surprise a few folks this season.”

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TONASKET - Wins against Caribou Trail League competition have been hard to come by for Tonasket in most team sports, but none more so than softball. That hasn’t dampened Coach Emily Rimestad’s enthusiasm for her team or the sport as she prepares a young and inexperienced squad for the upcoming season. “With all the new girls we have this year - some who have never played to those who might have had just a little playing time - have come a long way since they started (practice),” Rimestad says. When I first started this year, I wanted the girls to feel like they are a part of the team. I see that they are feeling like a team. It’s great. “I would love to win a couple league games this year. (Assistant coach Gene Jones) and I sat the girls down and asked them what there expectations were this year, and It was amazing to see that almost all of their expecations where them same as ours: win, be a team and play like one.” Of the seven seniors, five - Selena Cosino, Carrisa Frazier, Jonalynn Glover, Tori King and Baylie Tyus - are returners. But only three others - sophomores Vanessa Pershing, Shyane Lewis and Rachel Silverthorn - played last year. Overall there are 10 sophomores and freshmen out of 17 on the roster. The Tigers look to be strong defensively up the middle Cosino returns to cover center field.


Bridgeport (2) at Lake Roosevelt (1) Oroville (2) * Okanogan (1) at Liberty Bell (1)







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The Tonasket softball team incluedes (front row, l-r) Serenity Poletti, Sammie Earley, Lexie Wahl, Tori King, Vanessa Pershing, Baylie Tyus, Martine Bjerke, Jonalynn Glover, (back) Assistant Coach Gene Jones, Shyane DeJong, Jenna Valentine, Trinity DeJong, Rachel Silverthorn, Selena Cosino, Alexa Sutton, Lea Berger, Brianna Hollister and head coach Emily Rimestad. Not pictured is Carrisa Frazier. “She is such a huge key,” Rimestad says. “She has an amazing arm and can throw from outfield to home all day. When we have been strapped, I can put her anywhere.” Tyus will be behind the plate for her 4/12 4/15 4/19 4/22 4/26 4/29 5/3 5/10

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third season there. “She is very contemplative and loves the challenge of the position,” Rimestad says. “She can catch for all the pitchers that we have had in the last three years ... she is probably our best baserunner.” Frazier will again be the team’s primary second baseman. “She loves the spot,” Rimestad says. “She is good at getting down and getting double plays done when ever she can.” Pershing played first base last year but likely will see plenty of time at shortstop this season. “She has a drive to be an all around player,” Rimestad says. “You can tell she

loves the game is always trying to excel and push herself to get better.” Other key returners include Tori King, who can play any outfield position; Shyane Lewis, who has embraced the challenge of playing third base; and Jonalynn Glover, who Rimestad says, “Really wants to start his year and is working hard. “It’s hard to name key players though,” Rimestad adds. “It amazes me how fast that can change from game to game or season to season.” Rimestad says she wants to instill in the players not just the things they need to do to be successful, but the “whys” that

Name Lea Berger Martine Bjerke Selena Cosino Carrisa Frazier Jonalynn Glover Tori King Baylie Tyus Sammie Earley Shyane Lewis Vanessa Pershing Rachel Silverthorn Jenna Valentine Trinity DeJong Brianna Hollister Serenity Polletti Alexa Sutton Lexie Wahl

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Head coach: Emily Rimestad Assistant coach: Gene Jones

go into that as well. “These next few months are the highlight of my year,” she says. “Every year, I feel like I get a little bit better as a coach, and the level of the ladies improves and so does the turn out and the retention of the players. That is what it’s about: to be able to reach the players, build their confidence teach them a little about themselves, a little about you as a coach, give them the passion of the game. You let them know that even if they make a mistake, they pick themselves up, learn from it, and go forward with improvement and confidence.”

OROVILLE SOFTBALL Hornets hope reaching districts last year is just the beginning BY BRENT BAKER BBAKER@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - An extremely young Oroville softball squad made big strides last season, qualifying for the district playoffs for the first time in three seasons before losing a wild, 21-19 elimination game against Bridgeport to end their season. The Hornets, who had gone winless the previous season, split with Tonasket in their seasonopening doubleheader to end their losing streak and ended up posting five victories on the year despite fielding a lineup that featured several eighth graders. Despite their youth, the Hornets steadily improved as last

OROVILLE FASTPITCH SOFTBALL ROSTER Name Gabriela Capote Marissa Garcia Cruz Ortega Shelby Scott Rachelle Nutt Bailey Griffin Mikayla Scott Faith Martin Kendal Miller Courtnee Kallstrom Alissa Mieirs Pie Todd Melissa Carpenter Sydney Egerton Hannah Hilderbrand


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Head Coach: Dane Forrester Assistant Coach: Kayla McKinney

OROVILLE FASTPITCH SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 3/22 3/27 3/29 4/15 4/19 4/22 4/26 4/29 5/3 5/6 5/9 5/13 5/17 5/20


at Soap Lk. (2) 11:00 am at Omak (1) 4:00 pm at Tonasket (2) 11:00 am * Bridgeport (1) 4:00 pm * Pateros (2) 11:00 am * at Manson (1) 4:00 pm * at Lk. Roos.(2) 11:00 am * at Pateros (1) 4:00 pm * Liberty Bell (2) 11:00 am * Lk. Roos. (1) 4:00 pm * at Bridgeport (2)11:00 am * at Liberty Bell (1) 4:00 pm * Manson (2) 11:00 am District tourn. Begins

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season went on. They lost their three regular season games to by a combined scored of 64-25, but nearly pulled off the upset in their playoff game. The squad returns 10 from last year’s roster, including four freshmen that already have a year of varsity experience under their belts. Oroville coach Dane Forrester is loathe to talk about individual players - “There is not ‘I’ in ‘Team,’” he says - but the experience the Hornets field this year will belie their youth. Senior shortstop Marissa Garcia - if she recovers fully from a basketball injury - brings a slick glove and solid bat to the lineup. Seniors Gabriela Capote, Cruz Ortega and Shelby Scott also return, as does junior third baseman Rachelle Nutt. Faith Martin is the lone returning sophomore, though Mikayla Scott (a three-sport athlete) and Bailey Griffin both join the squad this year. Four freshmen, including pitchers Courtnee Kallstrom and Kendal Miller, all played as eighth

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Oroville’s fastpitch softball team includes (front row, l-r) Courtnee Kallstrom, Brittaney Minarcin, Kendal Miller, Alissa Mieirs, Melissa Carpenter, (middle) Cruz Ortega, Shelby Scott, Gabriela Capote, Perla Salazar, (back) assistant coach Kayla McKinney, Marissa Garcia, Bailey Griffin, Rachelle Nutt, Pie Todd and head coach Dane Forrester. Not pictured: Mikayla Scott, Faith Martin, Hannah Hilderbrand and Sydney Egerton. graders, while three new eighth graders fill out the roster. Forrester says the team is emphasizing the fundamentals

and is hoping to take the next step, to at least qualify for the double elimination rounds of the district tournament or make

their first state tournament trip since back-to-back appearances in 2009 and 2010. “(I want the girls to) work as a

team,” Forrester says. “To develop skills relevant to their positions, set goals and succeed in making it to State.”

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OROVILLE - It seems many of Oroville’s up-and-coming athletes are underclassmen. That is certainly true of its golf squad, which not only has no seniors on the team, but has two returning state qualifiers ... both of whom are freshmen this year. Yes, Bryce Glover and Jordyn Smith, who competed at State in Olympia last year, did so as eighth graders. “They’ve done it once,” says Coach DeHaven Hill. “They want to accomplish that goal again.” Lane Tietje and Kyle Scott, a pair of juniors, bring back the most overall experience, while sophomore Blake Rise and Cayden Field, a Tonasket sophomore who will compete on his own in the post-season but with Oroville during the regular season, are the only other athletes that are not freshmen or eighth graders.

“Lane and Kyle have improved each year,” Hill says. “We hope that continues this year.

OROVILLE GOLF ROSTERS BOYS Name Lane Tietje Kyle Scott Cayden Field (Tonasket) Blake Rise Jaxon Blackler Bryce Glover Ryan Marcolin Gordon McCauley Jeffrey Rounds Maxwell Turner

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Oroville’s Golf team includes (front row, l-r) Heidi Gronlund, Paz Lopez, Gordon McCauley, Yessica Nemecio, Maxwell Turner, (back) head coach DeHaven Hill, Ryan Scott, Maiharra Richter, Lane Tietje, Bryce Glover, Jaxon Blackler, Ryan Marcolin and assistant coach Ed Booker. Not pictured: Blake Rise, Jeff Rounds, Jordyn Smith and Kyle Scott. “As a team we would like to be District Champions and each individual golfer would like to qualify for the state tournament.” Six boys and six girls - three of each in ninth and eighth grades -

fill out the roster. Hill says part of developing his athletes involves getting them plugged into a sport that can be a lifelong passion. “Each golfer will have individual goals regarding skills in their


Name Heidi Gronlund Yessica Nemecio Jordyn Smith Pax Lopez Maiharra Richter Havannah Worrell

game that they will need to work on to see their game improve,” he says. “The most important thing our golfers can take from our program is what a great sport golf is and they can play and enjoy it for a lifetime.”

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Head coach: DeHaven Hill Assistant coach: Ed Booker


Omak 6 2 12 Cashmere 3 1 13 * Post-season qualifier

Team W L RS RA W L RS RA * Cashmere 14 0 9.1 2.5 24 2 8.7 3.0 * Brewster 11 3 8.1 3.5 15 8 6.5 3.8 * Cascade 10 4 10.9 4.9 15 11 8.5 5.3 Chelan 9 5 6.9 4.6 9 9 6.6 6.1 Quincy 6 8 5.9 4.6 10 9 5.8 5.3 Okanogan 4 10 4.3 5.4 9 11 4.6 4.9 Omak 2 12 4.0 10.1 3 17 4.4 9.6 Tonasket 0 14 1.7 15.4 4 15 4.9 12.6 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Cashmere (State Champion); Cascade (4th Place).


Team W L RS RA W L RS * Liberty Bell 14 0 13.1 2.6 21 4 9.3 * Pateros (1B) 11 4 10.1 4.1 14 7 8.8 * Lk Roosevelt 10 5 9.3 3.5 13 8 9.4 * Bridgeport 6 8 8.6 10.5 7 15 7.1 Oroville 2 13 4.0 13.5 2 15 3.8 Manson 1 14 4.1 14.1 1 17 3.8 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: 2B - Liberty Bell (4th Place). 1B - Pateros.

FASTPITCH SOFTBALL STANDINGS CARIBOU TRAIL LEAGUE (1A) Team W L RS RA * Cascade 14 0 14.2 2.1 * Okanogan 12 2 12.4 2.6 * Brewster 10 4 11.2 6.4 * Chelan 7 7 7.8 6.1 * Cashmere 5 9 6.0 9.2 * Quincy 5 9 7.4 11.5 Omak 3 11 4.9 11.9 Tonasket 0 14 1.3 15.6 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: Cascade, Okanogan.

W 25 22 17 11 8 8 3 4

L 3 7 9 11 13 13 17 16

RS 11.4 10.1 10.0 7.7 6.4 7.7 4.1 4.8


Team W L RS RA W L RS * Pateros (1B) 15 0 16.6 0.9 17 5 12.8 * Liberty Bell 12 3 15.1 4.4 16 8 13.4 * Bridgeport 9 6 13.4 10.1 13 9 12.5 * Lk Roosevelt 5 10 11.0 15.3 7 18 8.6 * Oroville 4 11 9.9 17.9 5 16 9.7 Manson 0 15 6.1 23.7 2 17 9.5 * Post-season qualifier State qualifiers: 2B - Liberty Bell, Lake Roosevelt. 1B - Pateros.

BOYS SOCCER STANDINGS CARIBOU TRAIL LEAGUE (1A) Team * Cascade * Quincy * Brewster * Okanogan Cascade Tonasket

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Team Pts. W L GF GA W L T GF GA * Manson 27 9 0 63 5 17 4 0 98 25 * Bridgeport 15 5 4 47 16 7 7 0 59 28 Liberty Bell 12 4 5 17 37 8 6 1 34 50 Oroville 0 0 9 6 75 1 14 0 17 110 * Post-season qualifier State Qualifiers (combined B/1A Tournament): Chelan (State Champion); Okanogan (4th Place); Quincy; Manson.

RA 3.2 4.6 4.5 11.2 14.1 14.9



Team W L GW Cashmere 11 1 52 Chelan 10 2 44 Omak 8 4 35 Tonasket 6 6 27 Quincy 4 8 23 Cascade 3 9 23 Okanogan 0 12 6 Tonasket State Qualifiers: None

GL 8 16 25 33 37 37 54

W L 13 2 13 2 11 5 8 8 4 9 5 10 2 14

GW 61 55 48 37 23 34 12

GL 14 20 32 43 42 40 68


Team W L T GW GL W L GW GL Liberty Bell 10 0 0 43 6 14 2 65 14 White Swan 8 2 0 40 10 9 4 49 16 Entiat (1B) 5 4 1 27 18 6 6 32 28 Pateros (1B) 3 6 1 13 33 4 10 19 51 Oroville 1 8 1 9 40 1 9 12 46 Lk Roosevelt 0 7 3 8 33 0 9 10 41 Oroville State Qualifiers: None CTL and CWL North B/1A Medalists:Singles: Manuel Perez, Liberty Bell, 7th place. Doubles: Brian Norwood/Adam Ross, Cashmere, 4th place.

RA 4.0 4.4 6.3 6.5 8.6 11.0 12.2 13.0



Team W L GW GL W L GW Cashmere 11 1 43 17 13 2 54 Omak 9 3 42 18 13 3 61 Chelan 9 3 37 23 12 3 50 Cascade 6 6 30 30 9 6 42 Okanogan 4 8 20 40 8 8 36 Tonasket 2 10 21 39 5 11 34 Quincy 1 11 17 43 1 12 18 Tonasket State Qualifiers: Singles: Megan Beyers, 5th place.

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GA 21 23 15 49 24 57

Team W L T GW Pateros (1B) 10 0 0 38 White Swan 7 3 34 Lk Roosevelt 6 4 25 Oroville 4 6 20 Entiat (1B) 3 7 21 Liberty Bell 0 10 9 Oroville State Qualifiers: None

GL 9 16 25 30 31 39

W 12 8 8 4 3 0

L 4 4 6 7 10 15

GL 21 19 25 33 44 46 47

GW 49 41 34 21 22 12

GL 28 23 36 34 40 61

CTL and CWL North B/1A Medalists: Singles: Shaylyn Goodall, Omak, 3rd place; Megan Beyers, Tonasket, 5th place; Megan Robinson, Chelan, 7th place; Molly Kenoyer, Cashmere, 8th place. Doubles: Tasha Kowatsch/Sammy O’Bryan, Cashmere, State Champions; Hailey Hassinger/Katie Whitten, Cascade, 2nd place;

BOYS TRACK STANDINGS / STATE QUALIFIERS CTL Track Finals: Quincy 170, Cashmere 97, Chelan 88, Cascade 72, Brewster 35, Tonasket 30, Omak 26, Okanogan 8. Tonasket 1A State Qualifiers: None CTL 1A Medalists: Carber Bushman, Quincy, 110 Hurdles (8th), 300 Hurdles (7th); Tyler Lee, Cascade, 300 Hurdles (6th); Armando Tafoya, Quincy, Shot Put (3rd); Jason Torrence, Cashmere, Discus (7th); Darren Hodges, Pole Vault, Quincy (3rd). CWL North Sub-District Track Finals: Liberty Bell 79, Bridgeport 73, Manson 63, Oroville 36. Oroville 2B State Qualifiers: Luke Kindred, Pole Vault (5th place); Tanner Smith, 100 (8th place) and 200. CWL 2B North Medalists: Tanner Smith, Oroville, 100 (8th); Cesar Dominquez, Liberty Bell, 400 (8th); LIam Daily, Liberty Bell, 800 (2nd) and 1600 (4th); Ben Klemmeck, Liberty Bell, 3200 (8th); Kip Craig, Bridgeport, 100 Hurdles (7th) and 300 Hurdles (5th); Liberty Bell 4x400 Relay (5th); Paul Toolson, Manson, Triple Jump (7th); Jamison Schroeder, Bridgeport, Triple Jump (8th); Luke Kindred, Oroville, Pole Vault (5th place)

GIRLS TRACK STANDINGS / STATE QUALIFIERS CTL Track Finals: Cashmere 133, Chelan 89, Okanogan 82, Cascade 70, Quincy 65, Tonasket 61, Brewster 33, Omak 22. Tonasket 1A State Qualifiers: Emily Mills, 400 (5th); 4x400 Relay (Mills, Spear, Walts, Dellinger). CTL 1A Medalists: Emily Mills, Tonasket (5th); Angela Knishka, Cashmere, 800 (State Champion), 1600 (2nd); Maddy Parton, Cascade, 300 Hurdles (8th); Cashmere 4x100 Relay (8th); Cashmere 4x400 Relay (4th); Cashmere 4x400 (6th); Karle Pittsinger, Chelan Shot Put (State Champion), Discus (2nd); Kara Staggs, Okanogan, Javelin (State Champion); Brette Boesel, Brewster, High Jump (5th). CWL North Sub-District Track Finals: Oroville 92, Bridgeport 69, Liberty Bell 58, Manson 47. Oroville 2B State Qualifiers: Sierra Speiker, 3200 (State Champion), 1600 (5th), 800; Kaitlyn Grunst, High Jump (6th), Long Jump, Triple Jump; Sammie Walimaki, 200; Oroville 4x400 Relay (Jewett, Barker, Grunst, Speiker); Breanna Ervin, pole vault. CWL 2B North Medalists: Sierra Speiker, Oroville, 3200 (State Champion), 1600 (5th); Claire Waechler, Liberty Bell (8th); Bridgeporte 4x100 Relay (8th); Kaitlyn Grunst, Oroville, High Jump (6th); Sarina Williams, Liberty Bell, Javelin (6th).

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