High School Sports

  The Cascade Kodiak volleyball team is gearing up for the postseason with hopes of challenging for a state title. On Oct. 19, Cascade played at Omak, sweeping the Pioneers in straight sets, 25-16, 25-10, 25-12.  “We are continually improving to keep our in forced errors down. Against Omak, we...
  Even with the loss to Okanogan last Friday, the Cascade Kodiaks still have a shot at making the playoffs, but they must beat Chelan in their final game of the regular season.  Cascade is 1-2 in league, Chelan is 0-3, Omak is 1-2. If Cascade wins, they claim the third seed in the Caribou Trail...

Cascade volleyball seniors, from left, Analia Vasquez, Makena Ala’ilima-Daley, Baelee Pearson, Natalie Akers. (Submitted photo)
  By Ian Dunn Editor   The second 1A ranked Cascade Kodiak volleyball team earned Caribou Trail League victories over Okanogan and Cashmere last week. The team travelled to Okanogan on Oct. 10, winning 25-17, 25-20, 25-8.  Megan Evans served the best of the year with her spike jump serve added 7...

Photo submitted by Mike Gardner A Cascade runner tries to run against the tough Cashmere D.
  The Cascade Kodiaks had high hopes heading into the Pear Bowl, the winners of five games in a row. Unfortunately, everything came unraveled against Cashmere as the Kodiaks lost 29-6.  Special teams gaffs and penalties did in the Kodiaks for the most part.  “Our special teams really struggled....
  The weather was perfect last Saturday for the 23rd annual high school cross country race at Leavenworth Ski Hill. Even though rain and wind were predicted, the runners were treated to sun and cool temperatures.  “We had 30 schools from across Washington competing on the 2.8 mile, hilly course,...

Cascade senior defender Maddie Vandel works the ball upfield against Omak last week. The Kodiaks beat the Pioneers 15-0. (Photo submitted by Geoff Richardson)
  The Cascade Kodiak girls’ soccer team continues their undefeated season this week with games against Okanogan and Cashmere. Cascade is 4-0 in Caribou Trail League play and 10-0-1 overall.  Last week, they beat Omak at home 15-0 on Oct. 3.  “We were able to get alot of healing done for some...

Cascade senior Makena Ala’ilima Daley is not only a excellent outside hitter, but also a strong server for the Kodiaks. (Photo by Ian Dunn)
  The Cascade Kodiaks improved to 4-0 in Caribou Trail League play and 9-0 overall with wins over Omak and Chelan last week.  Amazingly, the Kodiaks have not lost a league game since 2011. Cascade Head Coach Marni McMahon said the success of the program is a group effort.  “My coaching staff, great...

Cascade sophomore tailback Teague Duncan ran for 99 yards and a touchdown against Cle Elum last Friday night. (Photo submitted by Mike Gardner)
  The Cascade Kodiak football team earned a dominating victory over Cle Elum on homecoming night last Friday in Peshastin. Cascade won 52-0 over the visiting Warriors.  “We played hard. Cle Elum has had a rough season. It’s still awesome to see the older guys take care of business and make sure we...
  Cascade Head Coach Marni McMahon likes to challenge her team with tough matches. The Kodiaks found plenty of tough matches against 4A schools in the Sheridan Classic in Spokane over the weekend. Cascade went 6-1 in the tourney, finishing fifth out of 62 teams.  On Saturday, Cascade beat 4A...

Cascade senior midfielder Lauren Richardson works the ball upfield against Cashmere last week. The Kodiaks went to a shootout against the Bulldogs. (Photo by Ian Dunn)
  The unbeaten Cascade Kodiak girls’ soccer team found themselves in a high pressure rivalry game at Cashmere on Sept. 26. Cashmere opened the scoring just 51 seconds into the game. Cascade tied up the game at 12 minutes when Ashley Parton scored on a breakaway goal on the feed from Emily Gaines. ...

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