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Baseball clinches district title
 

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Tyler Chipman slides home during Cashmere’s 11-1 victory over Cascade.
The Cashmere Bulldogs' baseball team shellacked their archrival Cascade Kodiaks 11-1 to earn tickets to state for the seventh consecutive year.

The Kodiaks were one run away from not getting mercy-ruled, and actually looked like they had scored the second run they needed to stretch the game past the fifth inning. However, their baserunner did not step on home plate and was called out on the Bulldogs' appeal.

Cascade went home and Cashmere will play this Saturday in Eastmont against the winner of Colville versus Deer Park, which played last Saturday, had a rainout, and were scheduled to finish the game last Monday, Cashmere's Head Coach Jeff Carlson wrote in an email.

Results for Colville-Deer Park weren't available for press time.

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Softball clinches league championship
Cashmere's softball team did not even have to play Friday to win the Caribou Trail League Championship.

A split between Omak and Cascade in a doubleheader clinched the title for the Bulldogs, which had last played three days earlier, a 12-5 pounding of the Kodiaks at home.

"It has been a good season for us and I am really proud of the girls," wrote head coach Bob Van Lith in an email.

The Bulldogs still have two more games before the postseason begins. Tuesday, Cashmere hosted the Chelan Goats, with the Goats playing as the home team. Twenty-three hours later, Cashmere travels to Chelan, with first pitch scheduled for 3 p.m.

Results for either game weren't available prior to press time.

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Track and field team earns league title
Cashmere's track and field team won the Caribou Trail League championships in both boys and girls last week in Peshastin.

The Bulldog girls scored points --finished fifth or better-- in 17 of the 18 events. In eight events, two or more girls scored points, wrote Head Coach Jeff Kenoyer in an email.

Elli Kimes set new league records in the pole vault. The 4x200 team of Jessica Parker, Ellen Sangster, Kimes and Breanne Knishka also set a CTL record. Seven events finished with Cashmere girls in first place, including Knishka's 800-meter mark of 2:31 minutes, a new personal record for her.

In addition, Cashmere girls finished 30 points ahead of second-place Cascade.

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Tennis team shows mettle
Two singles players and a doubles team moved on to this week's districts tournament after a tough go-round at the league championships in Omak.

Singles Tyler Kert and Alexander Robertson plus the duo of Megan Reinhart and Allie Mackey will play at home this weekend for a chance to move on to the state competition during Memorial Day weekend in Yakima.

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Cashmere tennis powers through tough week
The Cashmere High School tennis team found several silver linings in the midst of a tough stretch of series last week.

The Bulldogs lost both ends of a series to Chelan May 5, both ends of a series against Okanogan, and split a series against Omak.

Against the Goats, the girls lost 2-3 on Cinco de Mayo. Megan Reinhart and Allie Mackey beat Chelan's Mackenzi Harris and Lilly Nelmida 6-1, 6-2, and Aidan Darlington and Adair Fernandez beat Nora Hollingsworth and Madeline Peebles, 6-3, 6-3.

"Both doubles teams won in straight sets and looked very strong," Cashmere head coach Ted Smith wrote in an email.

In singles, Dani Kenoyer lost to Allie Schwantes, 5-7, 3-6, Kelley Simpson lost to Sydney Thompson 0-6, 1-6 and Skylar Strean lost to Nataliann Tutino, 1-6, 2-6.

The boys lost to the Goats 4-1.

Tyler Kert earned the lone win for Cashmere, with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Eli Jenkins. The win secured Kert's position as the league's top male singles player, Smith wrote.

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