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Lady Raiders finish season .500

 


The Lady Raiders’ season came to an end May 3 in Tonasket as the Tigers took both games of a doubleheader by the scores of 11-10 and 13-7.

Because of losses earlier in the season, the Lady Raiders finished fifth in the Central Washington North, one place short of qualifying for districts.

The final overall win-loss record for the Lady Raiders was 10-10. In league play, the Lady Raiders posted a 7-9 record, the team’s best record in years, better than in 2013 when LR qualified for the state tournament.

LR was also in more games against quality opponents than in previous seasons.

“Although they missed making the District Tournament by a couple of close losses, they improved in every area of the sport and represented LRHS admirably,” commented Grand Coulee Dam School District Athletic Director Rich Black. “The players’ enthusiasm and energy were evident in every contest, and their skill level as a team clearly improved as the season progressed. Our players and coaches Cassie Wendt and Jaci Gross are to be congratulated on a terrific season.”

Looking to next season, the Lady Raiders lose only one player to graduation, so the improvements seen this season could move into next year.

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