The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers continued to show they are a force to be reckoned with on the volleyball court this season as they swept the Cascade Kodiaks and the Lake Roosevelt Raiders this past weekend.
For the first time since 2014, the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers football team finished their season with a winning record. They did so in convincing fashion, dismantling the Pateros Billygoats 56-6 this past Saturday.
Coming off their first loss of the season, the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers overcame stiff opposition from the ACH Warriors and the Wilson Creek Devils this past weekend.
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers honored their seniors before Saturday’s home opener versus the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions. Unfortunately, the game didn’t have the desired outcome as the Shockers were shut out 36-0
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers volleyball team lost their first match of the season but still had a successful week beating two out of three opponents. Last Saturday, the Shockers swept both the Soap Lake Eagles (25-14, 25-17, and 25-15) and the Entiat Tigers (25-12, 25-18, and 25-22). Tu…
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers and the Soap Lake Eagles battled each other Thursday night in heavy rain and howling wind. Both sides refused to give in to the weather or their opponent’s best shots throughout the game, which went into double overtime. Unfortunately, the Eagles came up wit…
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers volleyball team did not drop a game for the second week in a row. On the road last Saturday, the Shockers varsity team beat the Oroville Hornets in three games, 25-7, 25- 16, and 25-20. Later in the day, they swept the Bridgeport Fillies, 25-9, 25-7, and 25-15.
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers began their volleyball season with a three-game sweep over Moses Lake Christian Academy, winning 25-13, 25-12, and 25-11.
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers shut out the Bridgeport Mustangs, winning 52-0 Friday night. It was such a complete game that Shockers head coach Tayn Kendrick summed it up by stating, “In general I would say this was one of the best team efforts I have seen from the Shockers and they got …
The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers started the season with a bang, beating the Entiat Tigers 32-6 on Saturday. The Shockers looked strong throughout the game on both sides of the ball.
With our region’s movement to Phase 2 of Gov. Jay Inslee's Roadmap to Recovery plan, Waterville Youth Sports has announced youth in our area will have the opportunity to return to sports. Plans are underway to give boys and girls age five through the seventh grade the opportunity to particip…
High school sports return to Waterville and Mansfield this week with the Shockers football team kicking off their season Feb. 27 versus Entiat. Head coach Tayn Kendrick is excited to get things started. After a layoff from high school athletics that canceled sports from the beginning of last…
Planning for high school sports has been continually changing throughout the 2020-21 school year. The WIAA has made numerous adjustments to scheduling sports seasons in order to meet the changing metrics used by the state to decide when the return to specific activities will be allowed. When…
The WIAA recently revised the winter sports season in response to the updated state guidelines. Under the updates, Waterville-Mansfield will be holding its high school football and volleyball seasons from Feb. 1 through March 20.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced a timeframe for determining whether the upcoming high school basketball season would move forward while providing an idea as to what postseason competitions would look like.
WATERVILLE — The WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Activities Association) issued new guidelines for a return to athletics and activities on Oct. 6 in compliance with Governor Jay Inslee’s newest decree.
The Lady Shockers’ season came to an end Saturday with a 45-40 loss to Northwest Christian out of Spokane County.
The pressure is on for the Lady Shockers as they head to regionals Saturday at Wenatchee High School.
In a physical matchup Saturday against the Lake Roosevelt Raiders, the Lady Shockers came out with a 57-36 victory.
Senior cheerleaders and basketball players were honored Friday as Waterville-Mansfield took on Bridgeport. Parents, siblings and grandparents were there to show support.
The Lady Shockers sealed the top spot in the league this past weekend, emerging with a record of 15-1 in the league and 17-3 overall.
The Lady Shockers continued their winning streak Friday and Saturday, defeating both the Tonasket Tigers and the Oroville Hornets.
Waterville kids have a special chance to build their basketball skills over the next few months. JD Taylor of Elite Hoop Effects in Wenatchee will be offering training on Fridays at the Waterville School gym.
An easy defeat of the Manson Trojans Saturday put the Lady Shockers at 11-1 in regular season play.
The Lady Shockers are now 10-1 in league play, having sealed the top spot Friday at Liberty Bell.
Two away games and a home game led to several losses, but a couple of victories, last week for the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers.
The Shockers returned to league play this past weekend after the holiday break.
The Lady Shockers varsity team traveled to Colton last week for their holiday tournament, but lost both games.
The Waterville-Mansfield boys varsity basketball team came out on top Friday with its first win of the season, hosting the Soap Lake Eagles.
Along with Brewster and Lake Roosevelt, Liberty Bell is proving to be one of Water-Mansfield's most difficult league competitors again this basketball season.
Weekend games at Cascade and Manson were easy wins for the girls’ varsity and junior varsity teams, but proved a challenge for the boys’ teams.
The Waterville-Mansfield Lady Shockers varsity basketball team dominated Pateros and Brewster in its first two games of the season.
This fall has shown mixed fortunes for the Waterville and Mansfield Shockers football team and the Lady Shockers volleyball team.
WATERVILLE — The Waterville-Mansfield Lady Shockers volleyball team hosted the Lake Roosevelt Lady Raiders Sept. 19.
WATERVILLE — The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers fell 32-6 to the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions in the Shockers' Sept. 13 Homecoming football game.
The fall season is underway for the Waterville/Mansfield Shocker football and volleyball teams.
Waterville's H2O swim team welcomed Quincy's swim team in a meet July 18.
Waterville’s H2O swim team hosted its first swim meet of the season on July 11 against the Wenatchee Racquet & Athletic Club.
The season has began for Waterville's H2O swim team.
The Crimson Awards, honoring Waterville/Mansfield Shocker athletes for the 2018-2019 school year, was held May 30 at the NCW Fairgrounds Community Center.
The Waterville-Mansfield baseball team honored their seniors on April 29 before their game with Lake Roosevelt. The six seniors were recognized for their contributions to their team and shared their plans for the future.
The Waterville/Mansfield Shocker softball team played in the District 5/6 2B Regional Tournament on May 18 at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex in Moses Lake.
WATERVILLE — The Crimson Awards, honoring Waterville/Mansfield Shocker athletes for the 2018-2019 school year, will be held at 6 p.m. May 30 at the NCW Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. There is no cost to attend. Dinner tickets are available for $10 with a menu of baked penne pasta with …
WATERVILLE — The Crimson Awards, honoring Waterville/Mansfield Shocker athletes for the 2018-2019 school year, will be held at 6 p.m. May 30 at the NCW Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Waterville/Mansfield's boys played Manson and Bridgeport, and the girls played Manson in CW2BL play.
The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers baseball and softball teams braved a cold afternoon — with rain, sleet and hail — on April 29 against the Lake Roosevelt Raiders.
The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers took to the road Oct. 26 to play the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors. The Warriors came out on top 60-6.
The Waterville/Mansfield volleyball teams took on the Tonasket Tigers at home on Oct. 2.
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