High School Sports

  Cascade is sending one player to state in 2017. No surprise, Taylor Kelly is returning. The talented senior finished second at the District 6 Championships over the weekend in Omak.  On her way to the championship match, she defeated a player from Oroville 6-0, 6-0, then Jenna Buscko from Omak 6-...

Cascade senior standout Erin Mullins won the 1600 and 3200 at the District 6 Meet in Cashmere last week. Mullins will be looking to repeat as state champ in those two events. (Photo by Mikayla Wilkerson)
  The Cascade Track and Field team competed in this District 6 1A Championships on May 18 in Cashmere. The Kodiaks qualified 10 athletes for state, which Head Coach Davies said is great.  “Erin Mullins easily won the 1600 and 3200. She reset her current district record by breaking her old record by...

Cascade’s Maddie Hontou shot a dazzling 83 at Gamble Sands last week to earn medalist honors at the District 6 championship. Because of her strong round, she’ll be part of the first group at the state tournament this weekend. (Photo by Mike Maltais)
  The Cascade Kodiak boys’ golf team capped their league title with a district championship. The boys, unbeaten this season, won at Gamble Sands in Brewster on May 16. The boys shot 354, Chelan 393, Omak 442 and Okanogan 430.  Tim Wells shot 80, tying for medalist, but lost on the second playoff...

Cascade shows off some flashy defense as first baseman Sierra Bittle tosses to second baseman Madeline Schiefelbein covering first, in the game against Colville last Saturday. (Photo by Ian Dunn)
  The stellar season of Kodiak fastpitch softball came to an end last Saturday in the crossover playoff game at Peshastin. Cascade, the number one seed from the Caribou Trail League, played the number four seed from the NEA League, Colville.  The Indians did not play like a number four seed,...
  The magical season of the Cascade Kodiak boys’ soccer team continues this Friday, at the 1A State Semifinals in Sumner. The Kodiaks will play Wahluke in one semifinal. In the other semifinal, The Bush School plays Overlake.  The road to this game has been anything but smooth. The Kodiaks have...

Cascade’s Tim Wells tees it up at a recent match. Wells and his teammates are competing for state berths this week at Gamble Sands in Brewster. (Photo submitted by Randy Alexander)
  It was just a tune up match for the state qualifier, but nonetheless, the Cascade golfers showed well at the All CTL match at Gamble Sands on May 9. The boys won their 16th straight league match, dating back to last season. The girls won their second in a row over league favorite Chelan.  The...
  Really, it was nothing more than a tune up match for the big one this week. The Caribou Trail League meet was held May 10 at Peshastin. The Cashmere won the boys’ competition with 95 points. Okanogan won the girls’ competition with 115 points.  The Cascade boys were fifth, the girls were third. ...

Cascade’s Hans Schyler in action at the District Tennis Tournament in Cashmere last week. Hans teamed up with Thales Nunes in doubles. (Photo by Mikayla Wilkerson)
  The Cascade Kodiaks had a great CTL Tennis Tournament, according to Head Coach Joey Johanson. In the loser-out first round at Cashmere on May 11, all the Kodiak boys advanced except singles player Dan Paulson, who lost to the eventual fourth place finisher.  The doubles team of Emman Espinosa and...

The Cascade High School boys’ soccer team won the district title last week with a thrilling 2-1 victory over the Chelan Goats at the Apple Bowl in Wenatchee. The Kodiaks head to state as a number one seed. (Photo by Ian Dunn)
  It was an exciting week for Cascade Kodiak boys’ soccer, a week that saw them continue their undefeated season with a District crown. On May 9, Cascade hosted a Cashmere in the first round of District. The Kodiaks had beaten the Bulldogs twice during the regular season.  The Bulldogs came out...

The Cascade High School girls’ fastpitch softball team poses with their trophy after winning the District Championship with a 10-4 over Omak last Saturday at Richard Rice Memorial Field in Dryden. (Photo courtesy Carrie Sorensen)
  It turned out to be a pretty exciting week of softball for the CTL Champion Cascade Kodiaks. To finish off the regular season, they hosted second place Omak for double header on May 9 at Richard Rice Memorial Field in Dryden.  Omak, behind start pitcher Rhaney Harris, beat the Kodiaks 8-1 in the...

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