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Okanagan Valley Gazette-Tribune

Oroville Tonasket

Hornets Tigers

Spring Sports 2015 Special Edition

Track • Baseball • Softball Golf • Tennis • Soccer


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OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE | MARCH 19, 2015

TONASKET BASEBALL

Ball club ready for second season of wins

people out.” The JV team has a double digit schedule of 12 or 14 games this year. “That’s a huge schedule for a JV team,” Vassar said. “The closest JV team to us is Chelan. There aren’t any JV teams from Lake Roosevelt to Liberty Bell and all the way down the valley.” Vassar is assisted by five-year veteran Steven Williams, who assisted with the program from 2008-11. New to the coaching staff this year is Dylan Fewkes, a 2012 graduate and four-year starter with the Tigers. Fewkes took Honorable Mention in the Caribou Trail League his senior year.

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TONASKET - Tonasket Tigers are ready to roar long, loud and hard on the ball diamond after hitting league wins for the first time in five years last season. “The players got a taste of success and showed up this year determined to taste it again,” said Coach Dan Vassar. Vassar gets his own taste of being on top this year, taking over as head coach after assisting Coach Tim Cork the past two years, and Coach Ryan Pilkington from 2003-2007. Tonasket went 4-1 against the B schools last year. “We believe we did surprise a few teams and people with our wins against Omak and Chelan,” said Vassar, adding that the team had a goal of being a .500 ball club again this year. “We should have an experienced core for varsity, but a young team in all, considering we have nine players that are eighthgraders and freshmen,” he said. Returning senior Jimmy Coleman is set to carry a bigger load on the mound this year with experienced juniors Jeremiah Albright and Adrian McCarthy bringing depth to the mound. Cade Hockett, also a junior, will be logging innings along with eighth-grader Quincy Vassar. Also returning from the junior class are infielder Nick Crandall and outfielder Dallin Good.

TONASKET BASEBALL ROSTER

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The Tonasket baseball team includes (front row, l-r) Benny Williams, Joe Ogborn, Quincy Vassar, Riley Haug, Austin Wood, Tanner Anderson, Chad Bretz, Dawson Bretz, (middle) Wyatt Pershing, Thomas Jacobs, Nicholas Crandall, Austin Rimestead, Conner Timm, Zion Butler, Chase Reid, Garrett Thomas, (back) Dan Vassar coach, Azael Herrera, Kahlil Butler, Dallin Good, Jimmy Colemen, Jerry Yaussy-Albright, Cade Hockett, Jesse Manring, Coach Dylin Fewkes, Coach Steven Williams. Not pictured: Adrian McCarthy, Dylan Kalma, Wyatt Radke. Wyatt Pershing was the only freshman last year, but he returns

this season with seven fellow sophomores.

“Last year we had a lot of fun, and I think it got around,” said

Vassar. “Also, we moved down to B league and that tends to bring

Name Jimmy Coleman Jesse Manring Kahil Butler Manny Puentes Nick Crandall Dallin Good Chad Hockett Adrian McCarthy Jerry Yuassy-Albright Zion Butler Thomas Jacobs Wyatt Pershing Wyatt Radke Austin Rimestad Conner Timm Chad Bretz Joe Ogborn Tanner Anderson Dawson Bretz Riley Haug Quincy Vassar Benny Williams Austin Wood

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Head coach: Dan Vassar Assistant coach: Steven Williams

OROVILLE BASEBALL Hornets face challenges on mount this season

who didn’t play last year as well, according to Hutchinson. The coach will place Dustin Nigg, one of the seniors, at shortstop again this year. “We are moving senior Trevor Shearer out to second and having our eighth grader, Spencer Martin, in back of the plate,” Hutchinson said. Senior Lane Tietje and freshman Zane Scott will be playing first, while senior Steven Maupin and sophomore Brent Kallstrom at third. Sophomore Kallstrom is Oroville’s only experienced pitcher. In the outfield will be returners Andrew Mieirs and Hunter Martin, along with freshmen Max Turner and Anthony Gurule, and sophomore Stetson Spears. “Missing this year is sophomore pitcher and outfielder, Casey Martin, who is recovering from shoulder surgery,” said the coach. The team’s overall goal this year, according to Hutchinson, is to improve on last year’s record.

SENIORS Tietje

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BY GARY A. DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE – Double headers will be a challenge for Oroville boys baseball this year as the team is looking at only one pitcher ready to begin the season.

“We are short this year with only one returning sophomore with any pitching experience. Playing all double headers this year will be a challenge.” Tam Hutchinson Oroville Baseball Coach

OROVILLE BASEBALL ROSTER

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“We are short this year on pitching, with only one returning sophomore with any pitching experience. Playing all double headers this year will be a challenge,” said Coach Tam Hutchinson, now in his 16th year of coaching baseball at Oroville. The Hornets do have experience in other positions with three returning seniors, but the rest of the team is young and represented by four sophomores, three freshmen and a eighth grader. A fourth senior has turned out

Dustin Nigg Lane Tietje Trevor Shearer Steven Maupin Brentt Kallstrom Hunter Martin Andrew Mieirs Stetson Spears Anthony Gurule Max Turner Zane Scott Spencer Martin Gary DeVon/staff photo

The Oroville baseball team includes (l-r) Trevor Shearer, Stetson Spears, Andrew Mieirs, Brentt Kallstrom, Anthony Gurule, Dustin Nigg, Lane Tietje, Hunter Martin, Brayden Thompson (ball boy), Zane Scott and Spencer Martin. Not pictured, Max Turner.

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MARCH 19, 2015 | OKANOGAN VALLEY GAZETTE-TRIBUNE

Hornets hope reaching districts last year is just the beginning

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OROVILLE SOFTBALL SENIOR Nutt

BY GARY A. DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE – Oroville’s girls softball team is heading into the season with a mixed level of experience with a coach who expects his team to do well this year. Head coach Dane Forrester is entering his fifth season in that position, having served as assistant coach to the softball team for the two seasons prior to taking the head coaching job. He is assisted by Brian Martin and together they will focus their team on the fundamentals and mechanics of the game. There are 14 girls turning out this year, which Forrester describes as an average size team. The experience is mixed with five eighth graders, three freshmen, three sophomores, two juniors

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Rachelle Nutt Samantha Earley Faith Martin Perla Salazar Courtnee Kallstrom Kendal Miller Pie Todd Sydney Egerton Hannah Hilderbrand Alexis Allenby Jennifer Cisneros Sugeysi Layata Wendy Ortega Madison Walker

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Head Coach: Dane Forrester Assistant Coach: Kayla McKinney

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Oroville’s fastpitch softball team includes (front row, l-r) Wendy Ortega, Alexis Allenby, Sugeysi Layata, Jennifer Cisneros, Madison Whiteaker, (back row) coach Dane Forrester, Perla Salazar, Courtnee Kallstrom, Sydney Egerton, Kendal Miller, Hannah Hilderbrand, Faith Martin, Rachelle Nutt, Pie Toddand, Sammi Earley and assistant coach Brian Martin. and just one returning senior – Rachelle Nutt. He says all his returning team members have good experience

in their position and that some of the eighth graders are already showing good progress as they work to establish the team.

“I have good expectations that our team well do well in our league this year,” said Forrester, who saw his girls go to districts

last year – the highlight of last season. To increase the teams chances of going even further this year,

the coach said he wants the girls to build the team’s overall batting average and maintain their infield and outfield play.

TONASKET SOFTBALL Rimestad says Tiger softballers putting outoutperfect effort

SENIOR Keller “It has been really easy coaching these young ladies. They are like sponges this year. They want to learn and play. They ask a lot of questions and put out perfect effort in trying to make sure they are really playing the way a team should play together,” said Rimestad. “As a coach I don’t think you can ask for anything better than that. Perfect effort is essentially what makes a good team, whether you win or loose. To me that makes the team a winning team.”

BY KATIE TEACHOUT KATHERINE@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - If a young team can be called a ‘Diamond in the Rough,’ Tonasket’s softball Coach Emily Rimestad is set to polish this one up pretty. With just five returning players this and 14 new ones, along with a brand-new assistant coach, Rimestad is nonetheless confident she’s got a winning team on her hands. “It is so exciting to have these ladies come up to me and say, ‘I want to play. Put me anywhere.’ We have so many great girls this year. For such a young team, I can’t say enough good about them,” said Rimestad. Assistant coach Breanna Hanson knows the game well, according to Rimestad, and is very good at sounding off new ideas or ways to teach skills. “I’m very excited to have her,” Rimestad said. Returning to the pitching mound is Vanessa Pershing, who struck out lots of players last season while hitting her own four home runs. “Vanessa is a player that you can put just about anywhere,” said Rimestad. “She is a very versatile player, and you can count on her to be that way.” Also returning and ready to pitch for the Tigers is Serenity Poleti, who made her wish to pitch known at the end of last

TONASKET FASTPITCH SOFTBALL ROSTER

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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. season. “Serenity ended up pitching in our last game and struck out two players,” reported Rimestad. Returner Trinity Dejong also has experience on the mound. Dejong likes to play the infield and is ready for the season, according to Rimestad.

Lexie Wahl announced to her coach at the end of last season that she was going to catch this year. “I thought that was great, because it takes a special person to catch, or pitch for that matter. They are very demanding positions,” said Rimestad. “Lexie is

very driven when it comes to practice.” Returning to the diamond for a second season is Alexa Sutton, who played first and third bases last year. “Alexa is a good player,” said Rimestad. “She’s always ready to go with a smile on her face!”

Also catching will be Olivia Sutton, new to the team this year. This is the largest group Rimestad has coached so far, with a total of 19 players. She said she feels she gets better as a coach each year, and the level shows, with the ladies improving as time goes on.

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Dayzi Keller Darian Carson Samantha Keller Trinity Dejong Madilynn Larson Vanessa Pershing Trinity Dejong Serenity Polletti Lexie Wahl Ashlynn Wil;os Kayla Willis Tayler Anderson Morgyne Hjaltason Taylon Pilkinton Zoe Rodriguez Olivia Sutton Elizabeth Hylton Madilynn Larson Megan Powell Shiann McCallum

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Head coach: Emily Rimestad Assistant coach: Breanna Hanson

We would like to take this opportunity to wish our North County athletes the best of luck with their upcoming

SPRING SPORTS SEASON!


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TONASKET TRACK & FIELD

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Tonasket’s track and field teams include (front row, l-r) Vance Frazier, Riley Morris, Meri Hirst, Alissa Young, Morgan Tyus, Madyson Clark, Camille Wilson, Alycia Tibbs, Nicole Juarez, Samuel Strandberg, Zeke Silverthorn (middle) Ryan Rylie, Colt Hatch, Smith Condon, Abe Podkranic, Katie Henneman, Mary Naylor, Lloyd Temby, Justin McDonald (back) Coach Portwood, Zach Clark, Johnathan Tellez, Chad Edwards, Ethan Bensing, Alina Vlahovich, Rose Walts, Dallas Tyus, Kasey Nelson, Allison Glanzer, Matis Sitar, Luis Cassarrubias, Hunter Swanson, Coach Thornton. Not pictured: David Curtis, Keeton Hoines, Janelle Catone, Hayley Larson, Shyane Lewis, Bonnie Seigfried, Jenna Valentine, Jaden Vugteveen, Chelsea Vasquez.

Tiger Track and Field has got lots of talent BY KATIE TEACHOUT KATHERINE@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

TONASKET - Returning to coach the Tonasket Track and Field team this year are Coach Bob Thornton, a veteran coach

of 30 years, and assistant Coach Chad Portwood, back for his third year with the Tigers. The track and field team is made up of 42 athletes, including 2014 state competitors Rose Walts, Ethan Bensing and Ryan Rylie. Walts, a junior this year, competed at state her freshman year and her sophomore year, taking State runner-up in the 100-meter hurdles when she Chris Veits’ 1984 record of 16.0 seconds with

Katie Henneman TONASKET Hirst TRACK AND FIELD ROSTERS Meri Nicole Juarez-Aelaya Hayley Larson GIRLS Shyane Lewis

Name Allison Glanzer Mary Naylor Allisa Young Janelle Catone Kasey Nelson Jenna Valentine Jaden Vugteveen Rose Walts Bonnie Siegfried Chelsea Vasquez Madyson Clark

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Logan Thompson Alycia Tibbs Morgan Tyus Alina Vlahovich Camille Wilson Name Ethan Bensing Smith Condon David Curtis

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We wish our North County athletes the best of luck!

a time of 15.71. She also broke Brittany Lindhe’s 1992 record in the triple jump by a foot with a leap of 35-5, finishing in sixth place and besting her own previous jumps by a foot and four inches. Bensing, a senior, also competed in the triple jump at State, soaring 41-4.75 into the air. Rylie, a junior, competed in the 400 at State, breaking his personal best record by finishing in 52.73 seconds. Chad Edwards Colt Hatch Keeton Hoines Luis Casarrubias Ryan Rylie Matis Sitar Vance Frazier Hunter Swanson Zach Clark Justin McDonald Riley Morris Zeke Silverthorn Samuel Strandberg

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Head coach: Bob Thornton Assistant coach: Chad Portwood.

2B Standards

At Regionals last year, senior Alissa Young threw the javelin 14 feet further than her previous personal best with a launch of 97-6. Another personal-best-buster last season was Lloyd Temby, who bested his triple jump record by six feet to qualify for Regionals, then beat that by another 14 inches to take 10th at Regionals. Temby is a sophomore this year. Jaden Vugteveen, a junior, qualified last year as an alternate for the state-qualifying relay by pulling a personal-best of 7-6 in the pole vault. Senior Dallas Tyus won the Caribou Trail League title in the triple jump at the CTL finals with a jump of 36-6.5. At the beginning of the season last year, Coach Thornton was quoted as saying, “The new goal is to have everyone set new PRs at the end of the season.” Clearly his athletes took him seriously.

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). 2B BOYS Event FAT 100 Dash 11.64 200 Dash 23.26 400 Dash 51.45 800 Run 2:01.05 1600 Run 4:34.08 3200 Run 10:00.20 110 Hurdles 15.85 300 Hurdles 41.22 4x100 Relay 44.95 4x400 Relay 3:32.68 Shot Put 47-9.5 Discus 144-6 Javelin 173-0

Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

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2B GIRLS Event FAT 100 Dash 13.18 200 Dash 26.62 400 Dash 1:00.46 800 Run 2:25.14 1600 Run 5:51.82 3200 Run 11:49.59 100 Hurdles 16.52 300 Hurdles 47.51 4x100 Relay 52.29 4x200 Relay 1:49.57 4x400 Relay 4:16.12 Shot Put 36-6.5 Discus 114-0 Javelin 119-2 Long Jump 16-7.5 Triple Jump 33-7.7 High Jump 5-1.5 Pole Vault 8-11

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OROVILLE TRACK & FIELD SENIORS Youker

Camacho

Rebuilding season for Oroville Hornet Track and Field BY GARY A. DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE – The loss of eight state qualifiers from last year has resulted in the need to rebuild the Oroville Track and Field Team, according to head coach Harold Jensen. “This year the Oroville track team will have a rebuilding season. Eight individuals last year that qualified for the state meet have either graduated or have moved from Oroville with their

“This year the Oroville track team will have a rebuilding season. Eight individuals that qualified for the state meet have their graduated or moved from Oroville with their families.” Coach Harold Jensen, Oroville Track & Field

families,” said Jensen. Assisting Jensen this year will be Tony Kindred, coaching the throwing events; Whitney Massart, coaching the hurdles and Justin McGravin, coaching the sprints and jumping events. Jensen says the team will be built around a large number of freshman that have experience from the junior and senior high program. Among the experienced throwers are Dakota Haney,

Gary DeVon/staff photo

Oroville’s track teams include (front row, l-r) Tylynne Watkins, Yessica Nemecio, Havannah Worrell, Emili Divine, Veronica Iniquez, Alexia Garcia (middle) Katherine Egerton, David Iniquez, Mikaela McCoy, Hannah Sauer, Sara Camacho, Bailey Griffin, Dean Davis, Assistant Coach Wittney Massart, (back) Jetta Youker, Caleb Mills, Bradan Baugher, Coach Harold Jensen. Not pictured Tori Kindred, Riley Davidson and Assistant Coaches Tony Kindred and Justin McGravin. Sarai Camacho, Tori Kindred and Alexa Garcia. Other young throwers include Dean Davis, David and Veronica Iniguez. Sprinters, relays, and hurdlers will include Caleb Mills, Seth Miller, Brandon Baugher, Jetta Youker, Katie Egerton, and Mikaela McCoy. Jumpers and pole vaulters include Riley Davidson, Emile Divine, Hannah Sauer, Havannah Worrell, Tylynne Watkins, Bailey Griffin, Katie Egerton, and Yessica Nemecio.

Among the highlights from last year, Oroville’s track and field squad brought home a total of six medals at the WIAA State 2B Track and Field Championships, with the girls squad garnering a ninth place finish. Graduating senior Sierra Speiker led the way by winning state titles in the 3200 and 1600, as well as taking fifth place in the 800. Senior Kaitlyn Grunst came within a heel hitting the bar of

Tonasket & Oroville Track Schedules Date

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Mar 17, 2015 3:30 PM Bridgeport HS Bridgeport Jamboree Tonasket, Liberty Bell, Wilbur-Creston, Manson, Cascade Christian, Soap Lake, Entiat

Bridgeport,

Mar 21, 2015 11:20 AM Ephrata HS Ray Cross Invitational Bridgeport, Republic, Liberty Bell, Royal, Manson, Umatilla, Ore., Okanogan, Soap Lake, Oroville, St. George’s, Tonaket, Waterville, Omak, Wilbur-Creston, Cascade Ephrata, Stanfield, Ore., Othello Mansfield, Quincy, Odessa-Harrington, Davis Connell, Moses Lake, RiverView, Richland Mar 28, 2015 10:30 AM Colville HS Ezra Gordon Inviational Bridgeport, Cusick, Lake Roosevelt,Republic, Oroville, Selkirk, Tonasket, Wellpinit, Lamanna, Ore, Chewelan, Kettle Falls, Colville, Liberty (Spangle), Freeman, Lind-Ritzville, Lakeside, Mary Walker, Medical Lk, NWC-Colbert, Newport, Reardan, Riverside, Almira-Coulee Hartline, Cheney, Odessa-Hartington, Mt. Spokane, Northport Mar 31, 2015 TBA Omak, Lake Roosevelt, Waterville

Tonasket HS

Quad

Tonasket

Apr 3, 2015 12:00 PM Deer Park HS Deer Park Invitational Lake Roosevelt, Deer Park, Oroville, Freeman, Republic, Newport, Moscow, ID, Riverside, ACH, Stillwater, MT, Cusick, Cavenport, Inchelium,Kettle Falls, Northport, Liberty-Spangle, Odessa-Harrington, Lind-Ritzville, Selkirk,Mary Walker, Valley Christian, NWC Colbert, Wellpinit, Reardan, Chewelah, St. George’s, Colville Apr 14, 2015 TBA Bridgeport HS Brewster Co-Ed Relays Brewster, Manson, Bridgeport, Soap Lake, Liberty Bell, Waterville, Okanogan, Cascade Christian, Tonasket,

having a legitimate shot at the state high jump title, finishing third with leap of 5-0. On the boys’ side, graduating senior Tanner Smith led the way with a third place finish in the 100-meter dash. Smith, who finished eighth at State in 2013, advanced to the finals with a run of 11.57 in the preliminary heat and followed that up with an 11.58 in the finals to finish third. Luke Kindredk, another of last year’s seniors was fifth in the javelin.

OROVILLE TRACK AND FIELD ROSTER GIRLS

Name Saral Camacho Bailey Griffin Yessica Nemecio Emili Divine Katie Egerton Alexa Garcia Veronica Iniguez Tori Kindred Mikaela McCoy Hannah Sauer Tylynne Watkins

Havannah Worrell

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Head coach: Harold Jensen Assistant coaches: Tony Kindred, Whitney Massart, Justin McGravin

Entiat, Omak, Pateros, Thorp-Easton Apr 18, 2015 10:30 AM Quincy HS Clifton Larson Allen meet Brewster, Wahluke, Lake Roosevelt, Lind-Ritzville, Okanogan, Manson, Oroville, Soap Lake,Pateros, Wilbur-Creston, Omak, Ephrata, ACH, Othello, Odessa Harrington, Quincy, Wellpinit, Toppenish, Yakama Nation, Chelan, Cascade, Naches Valley Cashmere, Royal Apr 21, 2015 TBA Okanogan HS Quad Okanogan Tonasket, Soap Lake, Waterville Apr 24, 2015 4:00 PM Cascade HS Rieke Invitational Bridgeport, Bickleton, Lake Roosevelt, ACH, Liberty Bell, Cascade, Manson, Cashmere, Oroville, Chelan, Tonasket, Cle Elum, Omak, Connell, Waterville, Granite Falls, Entiat Apr 28, 2015 TBA Chelan HS Quad Tonasket, Soap Lake, Liberty Bell, Chelan May 2, 2015 11:00 AM Oroville HS Draggoo Financial Invite Brewster, Pateros, Bridgeport, Soap Lake, Lake Roosevelt, Cascade,, Liberty Bell, Mansfield, Okanogan, Entiat, Oroville, ACH, Tonasket, Upper Valley Chr., Omak May 8, 2015 4:00 PM Bridgeport HS Bridgeport Invitational Brewster, Entiat, Bridgeport, Upper Valley Chr, Liberty Bell, Wilson Creek, Okanogan, Mabton, Oroville, Soap Lake, Tonasket, Waterville, Pateros, Wilbur-Creston POST SEASON May 15, 2015 4:00 PM Tonasket HS District 6 North Subdistrict Brewster, Manson Lake, Roosevelt, Okanogan, Liberty Bell, Tonasket May 23, 2015 May 29-30, 2015

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OROVILLE BOYS SOCCER SENIORS Lazano

New coach and completely new strategy BY GARY A DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE – Tony Flores steps into the head coaching position for the Oroville boys soccer team after two years as the assistant coach. OROVILLE BOYS SOCCER ROSTER Name Leonardo Curiel Ezequiel Delgado Cristian Diaz Mick Fulmer Cesar Lozano Dalton Shaw Dylan Shaw Brian Wise Javier Castillo Daniel Castrejon Emmanuel Castrejon Jesus Churape Aldo Perez Moises Capote Aldo Perez Yohnny Castillo Adolfo Delgado Luis Vasquez Gilberto Delgado Andres Lopez Daniel Sanchez

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Head coach: Tony Flores Assistant Coach: Obi Miranda

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“I would describe my coaching style as counter attacking with lots of ball control,” said Flores, who is still looking for an assistant coach, although Obi Miranda has been helping the team in the early season. There are 22 plays that have gone out for soccer this year, making it the largest team that Flores says he’s seen play for Orovlle. “I would have to say this is a young team, even with seniors, with two of them being new to the sport,” he said. “Although some of the players are moving up from the youth league

“This is a young team.... I think the first couple games will be a learning process on our formation... we will be working with a couple formations to adjust to our opponents.” Coach Tony Flores Oroville Boys Soccer

they have some learning to do and adapt to my formation that most people don’t use.” The five returning seniors are Cesar Lozano, Cristian Diaz, Brian wise, Ez Delgado and Leo Curies. Flores sees promise in his freshman and in the eighth graders, many of them who have demonstrated speed and

Gary DeVon/staff photo

The Oroville boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Cesar Lozano, Dylan Shaw, Micky Fulmer, Ezequiel Delgado, Brian Wise, Dalton Shaw, Cristian Diaz (back row) Tony Flores, Luis Vazquez, Yohnny Castillo, Daniel Castrejon, Aldo Perez, Jesus Churape, Javier Castillo, Moises Capote, Andre Lopez, Alex Nava, Daniel Sanches, Gilberto Delgato, Jesus Lara. Assisting Obi Miranda. ball control. “I think after the first couple games we will be still in a learn-

ing process on our formation. As soon as the team starts playing as I plan them to we will

be fighting for a top spot,” said the coach. “I am changing our strategy completely and will be

working with couple different formations to be able to adjust to our opponents.”

TONASKET BOYS SOCCER Collins replaces Goyette on the soccer field Reynoso

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TONASKET - Tonasket soccer players are under the direction of new Coach Darren Collins this year, along with Coach Todd Mathews, who has been assisting the team for nine years. The team is 31-players strong. Returning from last year are Carlos Abrego, Elias Abrego, Isaiah Albright, Abran Alvarez, Blake Ash, Omar Calderon, Victor Flores, Cristian Garcia, Christian Herrara Garcia, Javier Hernandez, Bryden Hires, Anthony Luna, Jeffrey Luna, Esgar Mendez, David Ornelas, Cesar Reynoso, Hugo Sanchez, Noe Vasquez and Lucas Vugteveen. The Tigers went 8-6 overall last season, and 6-6 in Caribou Trail League games. Their last game in Tonasket under former coach Jack Goyette was at a 3-3 tie against Quincy before being won with a penalty kick shootout. Goyette gave up the coaching position with a move out of the area. Mathews predicts Brewster and Okanogan will be, as always, tough teams to beat. “Competition in soccer is always tough. The teams have talented players up and down the league,” said Mathews. Asked about the most challenging aspect of coaching the team, Mathews replied, “Having kids understand that a great player is a player who makes their teammates better, and not necessarily the player who scores the most goals.”

TONASKET BOYS SOCCER ROSTER

Name

Gr

Hammit Aktas Elias Abrego Abram Alvarez Blake Ash Cristian Garcia Bryden Hires Esgar Mendez Cesar Reynoso Mpe Vasquez Lucas Vugteveen

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

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The Tonasket boys soccer team includes (front row, l-r) Hammit Aktas, Cristian Garcia, Elias Abrego, Hugo Sanchez, Carlos Abrego, (second) Gerardo Castenada, (third) Coach Todd Mathews, Adrik Fry, Rene Ramirez, Javier Hernandez, David Ornelas, Jeffrey Luna, Anthony Luna, Escar Mendez, Jr. Rodriguez, Victor Flores, Bryden Hires, Omar Calderon, Coach Darren Collins, (back) Hector Guevara, Jesus Gonzales, Adreas Rosenkranz, Lucas Vugteveen, Abran Alvarez, Blake Ash, Rycki Cruz, Jose Beltran, Isaiah Albright.

Isaiah Albright Carlos Abrego Omar Calderon Christian Garcia Herrara Anthony Luna Alan Quintero Adreas Rosenkranz Hugo Sanchez Jose Beltran Victor Flores Adrik Fry Jesus Gonzales Javier Hernandez Jeffrey Luna David Ornelas Alex Palomares

12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Jr Rodriguez Teran Rollis Yovany Rosas Geraro Castaneda Rycki Cruz Spencer Gariano Joran Sackman Angel Torres Dominique Wilcox Joel Bravo Ethan Castrejon Issac Gomez Rene Ramirez Head coach: Todd Mathews Assistant Coach Darren Collins

10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

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TONASKET TENNIS Milner returns to coach Tonasket tennis team

SENIORS Frazier

O’Brien

Nelson

Verhasslet

Sackman

BY KATIE TEACHOUT

TONASKET BOYS AND GIRLS TENNIS ROSTERS

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TONASKET - After a first season coaching the Tonasket Tennis Team and sending two athletes to their first-ever State competition last year, professional tennis instructor Mark Milner is back at the courts for the Tigers. Milner runs tennis programs year-round as owner of the North Cascades Athletic Club in Omak. Taking second place at State last year was doubles-team Brian Hendrick and Trevor Terris, who credit Milner with getting them there. “Mark is the one who got us there,” said Terris. “He taught us to be legit double players.” The two played as singles throughout their high school careers other than one doubles attempt at the end of their sophomore season. Hendrick also credited Milner with helping them “put a bit of swagger into our game,” adding, “It feels like all that work finally paid off.” Milner said although he has some less experienced players this year, he’s hoping to develop some state contenders for this year. “And if not this year, for sure next year,” said Milner, who was a state competitor all four years of his high school career at Cashmere High School. Returning to the courts this season are senior Bailey Hirst,

BOYS

Name David Moreno Jordan Hughes Ulukbek Beishekeev Jesse Holan Colton Leep David Moreno Cesar Saldana Seth Smith Joseph Schell Caleb Hardesty Eric Owlsley Adam Steinshouer

Gr 12 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 9 8 8 8

Name Emma Kuusela Aspen Verhazzlet Melanie Christensen Bailey Hirst Kasey Silverthorn Johnna Terris Madison Gariano Kallysta Ray Mandi Wilson Noni Alley

Gr 12 12 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 8

GIRLS

Katie Teachout/staff photo

The Tonasket tennis teams include (front row, l-r) Mandi Wilson, Jensen Sackman, Brooke Nelson, Noni Alley, Bailey Hirst, (middle) Coach Arcelia Carroll, Caleb Hardesty, Eric Owlsley, Tim Frazier, Aspen Verhasslet, Johnna Terris, Shelby Gilreath, Jordan Hughes, Coach Mark Milner, (back) Kasey Silverthorn, Cesar Saldana, Morgan O’Brien, Seth Smith. junior Cesar Saldana and freshman David Moreno. Also returning to the courts for her second season assisting Milner is Arcelia Carroll. After growing up in a small town in

Mexico where she didn’t get the opportunity to play tennis, Carroll was introduced to the sport through a group of women at the North Cascade Athletic Club.

“They taught me the basic rules and ever since I’ve loved this sport,” said Carroll. “Working with Mark has given me the confidence to work with the students. I love coaching tennis because it

gives me the opportunity to interact with my students at a different level. I get to encourage the players and teach them that as long as they keep practicing and enjoying the game, they will continue tole-

Head coach: Mark Milner Assistant coach: Arcelia Carroll

arn and improve each day.” Milner predicts both the Okanogan boys’ and girls’ teams to be the Tigers’ strongest competition this year.

OROVILLE TENNIS Making a run at state participation

SENIORS Sarmiento said. “First year players Ryan Marcolin and Elijah Burnell are showing some early promise.” “I would like to give a shout out to the Oroville Booster Club who recently purchased us a ball machine which is going to be vital to helping the veterans hone their skills and the new players get vital repetition,” he said “I see there being a good chance that Oroville tennis has a state participant this year. That is our goal.”

BY GARY A. DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE – While the Hornets take to the courts with some experience this year, Coach Billie Monroe hopes to some of his district veterans will make a run at state this year. He says he is building on the last two years and hopes to continue that progress. There are ten boys and just five girls, making boys team larger than Coach Monroe average and the girls team smaller, according to Monroe, who is entering his third season in the head coaching position. “We’ve got a mixture of experience... my top three boys are solid and should compete with anyone in the league,” Monroe said. He returns only one senior this year, Joe Sarmiento, but he and Nathan Hugus were number two seeds at districts last year. “I expect them to make a run at state and Conner Bocook should make some noise in singles,” he

OROVILLE BOYS AND GIRLS TENNIS ROSTERS BOYS

Name Joseph Sarmiento Connor BoCook Nathan Hugus John Marquiss

GIRLS

Name Lily Hilderbrand Adriana Silva Zoe Whittaker Jameson Lillie Gronlund Lena Fuchs Gary DeVon/staff photo

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OROVILLE GOLF

Oroville golfers looking at another shot at state BY GARY A. DE VON EDITOR@GAZETTE-TRIBUNE.COM

OROVILLE - Oroville’s duffers hit the links with 14 golfers this year, about a normal size team, according to DeHaven Hill, now in his 18th year as head coach.

Hilderbrand

SENIORS

“These players have their sights set on going back to state

OROVILLE GOLF ROSTERS BOYS

Coach DeHaven Hill Oroville High School Golf

Assisted by Coach Ed Booker, the Hornets have ten boys, including one from Tonasket, and four girls turning out. They return one senior, Kyle Scott and four others, Bryce Glover, Jordyn Smith and Cayden Field (Tonasket) who went to the state tournament last year. Smith finished ninth at state. “These players have their sights set on going back to the state tournament and doing better than last year,” said Hill. “I’m looking forward to another good

Gary DeVon/staff photo

Oroville’s Golf team includes (l-r) Bryce Glover, Jaxon Blackler, Blaine Weaver, coach DeHaven Hill, Mikayla Scott, Lily Hilderbrand, assistant coach Ed Booker, Bobbie Sattelberg, Jeff Rounds and Ryan Scott.

Date Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 28 Sat, Mar 28 Tue, Apr 7 Tue, Apr 14 Sat, Apr 18 Sat, Apr 18 Tue, Apr 28 Tue, Apr 28 Thu, Apr 30 Thu, Apr 30 Sat, May 2 Sat, May 2 Tue, May 5 Tue, May 5

OROVILLE SOFTBALL Date Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 28 Sat, Mar 28 Tue, Apr 7 Tue, Apr 14 Sat, Apr 18 Sat, Apr 18 Thu, Apr 30 Thu, Apr 30 Sat, May 2 Sat, May 2 Sat, May 9 Sat, May 9 Tue, May 12 Tue, May 12

OROVILLE SOCCER Date Tue, Mar 17 Tue, Mar 24 Thu, Mar 26 Tue, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 2 Tue, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 16 Thu, Apr 23 Sat, Apr 25 Tue, Apr 28 Thu, Apr 30

Gr 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

Name Lily Hilderbrand Mkaytla Scott Jennifer Vasquez

Gr 12 11 10

GIRLS

year from our golfers.” It’s a mixture of experience golfers, second year golfers and beginners, according to Coach Hill.

“Our other boys will be working hard to make our varsity and do well at districts. Our other three girls are working on getting better to do well at districts

and trying to qualify for state,” said the coach. In addition to meeting last year’s opponents on the links, the North Central Washington

2B has two new teams in the league. With the addition of Warden and Okanogan “the competition should be good this year,” said Hill.

Head coach: DeHaven Hill Assistant coach: Ed Booker

2015 SCHEDULES

Oroville Hornets OROVILLE BASEBALL

Name Kyle Scott Blake Rise Blane Weaver Jaxon Blackler Bryce Glover Bobby Sattelberg Jordyn Smith Hunter Gallant Gordon McCauley Jeffrey Rounds Ryan Scott

Tue, May 5 Nov 1 - Nov 8 Nov 13 - Nov 22 Stadium

Opponent Liberty Bell Liberty Bell Lk. Roosevelt Lk. Roosevelt Manson Manson Pateros Pateros Okanogan Okanogan Brewster Brewster Tonasket Tonasket Bridgeport Bridgeport

Time 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m.

Location Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home

Opponent Liberty Bell Liberty Bell Lk. Roosevelt Lk. Roosevelt Manson Manson Pateros Pateros Brewster Brewster Tonasket Tonasket Okanogan Okanogan Bridgeport Bridgeport

Time 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Location Home Home Away Away Home Away Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home Home Home

Opponent Tonasket Liberty Bell Manson Okanogan Brewster Bridgeport Tonasket Liberty Bell Bridgeport Manson Okanogan

Time 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Location Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away

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OROVILLE TENNIS Date Tue, Mar 24 Thu, Mar 26 Tue, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 16 Tue, Apr 21 Tue, Apr 28 Thu, Apr 30 Tue, May 5 Thu, May 7 Tue, May 12

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Opponent Omak Liberty Bell Liberty Bell Pateros Entiat Okanogan White Swan Tonasket Lk. Roosevelt Wilson Creek

Time 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Home District at State at Sunset Chev. Location Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away

Tonasket Tigers TONASKET BASEBALL Date Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 21 Wed, Mar 25 Sat, Mar 28 Sat, Mar 28 Tue, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 2 Sat, Apr 4 Sat, Apr 4 Tue, Apr 14 Sat, Apr 18 Sat, Apr 18 Tue, Apr 21 Fri, Apr 24 Wed, Apr 29 Wed, Apr 29 Sat, May 2 Sat, May 2 Tue, May 5 Tue, May 5

TONASKET SOFTBALL Date Tue, Mar 17 Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 21 Wed, Mar 25 Sat, Mar 28 Sat, Mar 28 Thu, Apr 2 Sat, Apr 4

Opponent Brewster Brewster Omak Republic Republic Omak Liberty Bell Okanogan Okanogan Liberty Bell Manson Manson Pateros Pateros Bridgeport Bridgeport Oroville Oroville Lk Roosevelt Lk Roosevelt

Time 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Location Home Home Home Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Home Home Away Home Home Home Away Away Away Away

Opponent Omak Brewster Brewster Omak Republic Republic Liberty Bell Okanogan

Time 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

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Oroville Oroville Bridgeport Bridgeport Lk Roosevelt Lk Roosevelt

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Away Away Home Home Away Away

Opponent Oroville Liberty Bell Manson Okanogan Omak Brewster Bridgeport Chelan Cashmere Oroville Liberty Bell Manson Omak Okanogan Brewster Bridgeport

Time 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Location Home Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Away Away Away Home Away Home

Opponent Cascade Chelan Omak Cascade Okanogan Cashmere Lk Roosevelt Omak Wilson Creek Liberty Bell Pateros Entiat White Swan Oroville Okanogan Chelan

Time 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m . 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 1:00 PM

Location Home Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away

TONASKET SOCCER Date Tue, Mar 17 Thu, Mar 19 Tue, Mar 24 Thu, Mar 26 Sat, Mar 28 Tue, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 2 Sat, Apr 4 Tue, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 16 Tue, Apr 21 Thu, Apr 23 Sat, Apr 25 Tue, Apr 28 Thu, Apr 30 Tue, May 5

TONASKET TENNIS Date Thu, Mar 19 Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 28 Tue, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 2 Tue, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 16 Sat, Apr 18 Tue, Apr 21 Thu, Apr 23 Tue, Apr 28 Thu, Apr 30 Sat, May 2 Tue, May 5 Thu, May 7 Sat, May 9

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