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Season ends early for soccer team
 

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Ellen Sangster defending Cashmere’s soccer team during districts. Cashmere defeated a pesky Omak squad 2-1 before yielding to state-bound Cascade in the finals. Cascade plays LaSalle this week in the state quarterfinals.
After years of consecutive league championships and a string of playoff runs, Cashmere's soccer team closed its 2014 season with a 1-0 loss to league champ Cascade in districts.

Kodiak senior, Charlee Odegard-Behla scored the game's only goal three minutes away from the end of regulation.

"Not the result we wanted but it was the type of game we thought it would be, a hard-fought battle," said Cashmere head coach Dennis Tronson, who praised the performance of his team, particularly the defense.

"[Cascade's] Maddy Parton, player of the year in the league, she had one shot," Tronson said, "and it was from 30 yards."

Thursday, November 13, 2014 More...

Football season ends with loss at Lakeside
Cashmere High School's football team closed its 2014 campaign with a 49-41 nonleague road loss to the Lakeside Eagles.

The loss was Cashmere's third in a row, and it offset a good offensive effort by players like Jadon McCabe, who had two touchdowns and rushed for 235 yards on 48 carries against the Eagles.

Mason Elliott went 8-for-18 with one interception and 130 passing yards.

"We are still plagued by the same old problem," Head Coach Phil Zukowski said. "Can't tackle anybody. Pretty much all season."

Lakeside showed a knack for the big play, needing 43 offensive plays to Cashmere's 102.

"They scored on a 32-yard pass, a 57-yard run, a 25-yard run, a 54-yard pass, a 65-yard run," Zukowski said. "When you score that quick, you get to give the ball back to the other team and we are a ball-control team, and they are a quick-score team."

Thursday, November 13, 2014 More...
Cashmere runners post good marks at state
All three Cashmere runners participating at the state cross country meet came back from Pasco with personal records on 5K races.

Jonathan Mangas finished 23rd with a time of 16 minutes, 59 seconds. Last year Mangas finished 34th with a time of 17:10.8 minutes.

Mangas' time was the fastest for a Cashmere runner at state since 2010, when Roman Velazquez clocked in at 16 minutes, 57.1 seconds, according to an email from coach Jeff Kenoyer.

Thursday, November 13, 2014 More...
Netters lower curtain on season of upswings
The Bulldogs' volleyball team has plenty to smile about as it sits on the sidelines for this year's state playoffs.

The team won more games, seemed more organized and communicated better than in recent years and, with a few exceptions, remained fairly competitive throughout.

"We worked together as a team, and trusted each other, "said junior Sam Steele. Teammate Hannah Knight agreed.

Thursday, November 13, 2014 More...
Cashmere yields Bronze Shoe to Chelan, 35-21
Cashmere closed out its league schedule with a 35-21 loss at Chelan in the 2014 Bronze Shoe.

The boys in black played with "tremendous heart," Cashmere Head Coach Phil Zukowski said.

"They played hard, they played great fundamental football; unfortunately, we just missed too many tackles," he said.

Cashmere struck first on a 1-yard rushing TD by Jadon McCabe, and held leads of 7-0, 14-7 (18-yard TD catch by Cooper Green) and later 14-13 before halftime. The Bulldogs then took a 21-13 lead early in the fourth quarter on a 44-yard TD run by Mason Elliott, but gave up 22 unanswered fourth-quarter points.

Thursday, November 6, 2014 More...
Three runners qualify for state cross country
Two boys and a girl will represent Cashmere at the 1A state cross country championship meet this Saturday in Pasco.

Peyton Fagerland, who finished the girls' league championship meet in fifth place, qualified for the girls' state championship race. Jonathan Mangas and Eli Phillips finished fourth and fifth among boys and also earned tickets for Sun Willows Golf Course in the Tri-Cities.

Thursday, November 6, 2014 More...

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