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Bulldogs bring home trophy
When the final seconds ticked down Friday and Cashmere's 28-26 Pear Bowl victory over rival Cascade was official, Bulldog players jumped into the air and high-fived one another.

Even Cashmere's veteran coach Phil Zukowski allowed himself a big smile.

The win brings the Pear Bowl trophy back to Cashmere High School, where it has spent the most time during this annual series. It also sends Cashmere into Friday's showdown with Chelan for the Caribou Trail League title. That game kicks off at 7 p.m. in Cashmere.

But league standings were of secondary concern last week - at least temporarily - after a hard-fought game against the Kodiaks, who seemed capable of responding each time Cashmere threatened to put things out of reach.

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Cashmere volleyball notches two victories
The Bulldog volleyball team improved its record to 9-3 for the year with a pair of victories and a loss in the past week.

On Saturday, CHS beat Kittitas 3-0 on game scores of 25-19, 26-24 and 25-21. Cashmere coach Juan Sanchez gave Kittitas credit, saying the Bulldogs had to work for every point.

"They dug our hits and kept the ball in play," he said. "We also had a good game serving."

Cashmere highlights: Jordan O'Donnell (8 kills, 5 digs, 3 aces); Sam Steele (6 kills, 3 aces, 2 digs); Sydnee Mongeon (7 kills, 2 aces, 2 digs); Megan Reinhart (8 assists, 4 digs); Izzy Bartholdt (4 kills); and Hannah Lynch (16 digs, 1 ace).

Against Chelan on Oct. 20, Cashmere lost 1-3 on game scores of 17-25, 23-25, 25-23, 22-25.

"It was a very close match, but I feel we did not play our best game," Sanchez said. "We were too slow, and let lots of balls drop right in front of us. We were able to come back in each game, but we were not able to finish the games. Got to give credit to their middle; we couldn't stop her."

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Omak falls 3-0
Cashmere's Elli Kimes, left, battles an Omak opponent for the ball during Thursday's 3-0 Bulldog victory at home. Kimes scored one goal while teammates Andee Kimes and Molly Thies also had one goal apiece.
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Bulldog girls outrun Kodiaks
Cashmere's boys and girls cross country teams tuned up for the Caribou Trail League/District 6 Championships on Thursday by splitting a dual meet with Cascade High School last week.

The Bulldog girls placed seven runners ahead of Cascade's fifth finisher to win their head-to-head match-up Oct. 20 at Leavenworth's Enchantment Park by a 27-30 score. The Cashmere boys lost, 24-37, but the team's first four finishers each set a personal best time on the flat 2.75-mile course.

It was the last race before the district meet, which determines the teams and individuals who qualify for the state meet Nov. 7.

Cashmere coach Jeff Kenoyer was particularly happy with the girls' performances because it was the first time many of them had seen the course.

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Cashmere soccer splits two matches
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