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Whiteman medals at OK Valley

Darin Whiteman led the Raiders Thursday when they took on the Okanogan Bulldogs at Okanogan Valley Golf Course, medaling for the boys with an 83 on the 18-hole round on a par 72. “It was a great round of golf by Darin,” Head Coach Steve Files...

 

Raider tennis shuffles dates

Tonasket defeated both the Raider boys’ and girls’ tennis squads Thursday, after shuffling schedules to accomodate the weather. A White Swan match that had been scheduled for April 15 has been moved to the 29th, so that LR could travel instead...

 

Raider baseball splits double-header with Brewster Bears

The Raiders split a doubleheader against the number-one team in the Central Washington 2B North April 5. With their first win over the Brewster Bears in several years, The Raiders now sport a 7-1...

 

Raiders now 6-0 after defeat of Soap Lake

Raider baseball held out for a double win at home against Soap Lake March 29 in the last non-league doubleheader and their last home games until the end of April. In the first game, the Eagles and...

 

Lady Raiders down Eagles, lose to Bears

Lady Raider Softball is currently 5-3 overall and 2-2 in Central Washington 2B North League play. Lake Roosevelt dominated the Soap Lake Eagles March 29 in strong fashion. The Lady Raiders shut out...

 

Tennis splits matches last week

Raider tennis players took on Liberty Bell at home March 29, then faced Wilbur-Creston on March 31 in Creston. Against Liberty Bell, the Raiders struggled, losing the match to the Mountain Lions. Jordan Charles recorded the only win for the Raider bo...

 

Raider golf continues to move ahead

Darin Whiteman led the Raider golfers last week with a 47-stroke round at Oroville and again with 50 strokes at Desert Canyon Golf Course. At Oroville March 29, the Raiders took on the Hornets and the Omak Pioneers in a nine-hole, par 36 round....

 

Raiders take two from ACH Warriors

Raider Baseball continued to find early season success last week, posting two more wins. Lake Roosevelt improved to 4-0 with a doubleheader win over the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors March 23. The game was originally scheduled for March 22 but was...

 

Lady Raiders split with ACH

In their first win against ACH in 15 years, the Lady Raiders took the first softball game from the Warriors last Wednesday before losing the second contest in the doubleheader. The Lady Raiders struggled early and were down by five before scoring...

 

LR track improves at Ray Cross

Raider track showed improvement at the annual Ray Cross Invitational in Ephrata Saturday. As a team, they did not record a team point, but individuals did show improvement over last week in Oroville. “It was a long day and thankfully the weather...

 

LR golf update

Raider golf competed in the second match of the season last night in Oroville against the Hornets and the Okanogan Bulldogs, after the Raiders had a week to refine their skills from the first match in Moses Lake. Head Coach Steve Files reported the...

 

Raider tennis loses to Oroville

Raider tennis players fought hard in their matches but could not defeat the Oroville Hornets in Coulee Dam Thursday. The boys' team picked up one win in singles competition out of the five total...

 

Raiders open season with two wins

Raider Baseball began the 2016 season with two wins over their Central Washington North 2B League opponent Bridgeport Mustangs. LR jumped out ahead early and stayed ahead of the Mustangs. On the mound...

 

"Fearless" Lady Raiders start season with strong wins

The Lady Raiders started the 2016 softball season on the right track with two big wins over the Bridgeport Fillies Saturday. At Grand Coulee the Lady Raiders defeated the Fillies in both games by the...

 

Raider boys' tennis off to good start

The Raider boys’ tennis squad is off to a 1-0-1 start to the 2016 season. The boys tied Entiat at two matches apiece March 16, then swept the Pateros Billygoats at Pateros on Friday. Lake Roosevelt’s girls’ tennis players started the season...

 

Track opens in Oroville

Raider Track opened the 2016 season in Oroville on the Saturday at a low-key event where many teams were short some athletes and were trying members in different events to find the best combination for them. Okanogan won the meet on both the boys...

 

Golf coach thanks the community for extra help

With a large team and a little extra help from the community, the Raider Golf program kicked off the season at Moses Pointe Golf Course in Moses Lake March 14 against the Warden Cougars and Moses Lake Christian Lions. Raider Head Coach Steve Files...

 

The new look for District 6 leagues

The the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has finalized the classification numbers, and new league alignments have emerged in District 6. For Lake Roosevelt, the changes are minor, but the choices of the other schools in certain...

 

Raiders finish season with loss to Morton-White Pass

The Raider boys’ basketball season came to a close Saturday with a big loss in the regional round against Morton-White Pass in Chehalis. This is the third straight year that the Raiders have made it to the regional round on the way to the state tou...

 

Jacob Smith is a state wrestling champion

Lake Roosevelt senior Jacob Smith led his three Raider wrestling teammates at the state tournament last weekend, coming home with the gold medal at 113 pounds and a place in the books as a state...

 

Raider boys move on to regionals after win and loss

The Raider boys will move on to the regional tournament as the number-four seed from District 5-6, following an overtime loss in a record-breaking, high-point game to Mabton Saturday night in East Wen...

 

Ladies' post-season ends in overtime

The Lady Raiders' season came to an end last week as the Tonasket Tigers won in overtime 60-56 at the District 5-6 tournament in East Wenatchee. The Thursday night game at Eastmont High School ended...

 

LR loses to Kittitas, defeats Liberty Bell

The Raider boys kept their dreams of the state basketball tournament alive Saturday with a dramatic one-point, at-the-buzzer win over Liberty Bell after fighting back from a 13-point deficit at the...

 

Four wrestlers advance to state tournament

Four Raider wrestlers earned a trip to the Tacoma Dome for the Mat Classic as they qualified at the end of the Central Washington Regional Tournament Saturday. Kaleb Horn, at 106 pounds; Jacob Smith, at 113; Tony Nichols, at 132; and Renford Sanchez,...

 

Lady Raiders split first two games of districts

The Lady Raiders vanquished a foe in the final seconds of a playoff game in East Wenatchee last Wednesday, earning the right to face an unbeaten team who would best them by a greater margin on...

 

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