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WILBUR — The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers football team took on the Cusick High School Panthers Saturday in Wilbur. It was the last game of the season for the Shockers team, which came home with a big win of 46-12.

WATERVILLE — The Shockers girls volleyball team had its first postseason 1B Central Washington District game Oct. 26 against Cascade Christian Academy. The Shockers came out determined to win and played extremely well. This was a “loser out game,” and the Shockers took the victory in three g…

WATERVILLE — The Waterville-Mansfield girls volleyball team played Moses Lake Christian Academy and Wilson Creek High School at home Oct. 11 and 13. They were very fun games and the girls worked hard to get the victory over both teams.

The playoffs are a mixed gift for teams that reach them. On one hand, they can only be reached by having a successful season and they give all participants an opportunity to win championships. On the other hand, at least in Washington’s 1B baseball postseason, only one team that reaches the …

This season has been an adventure for the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team as they’ve depended on their high powered outfield while their defense and pitching developed throughout the season. In the final week of the Shockers’ regular season, the baseball team began to put everyth…

The Waterville-Mansfield softball team has been an absolute juggernaut this season, experiencing only one close game all year. The overwhelming wins have propelled the Shockers to be ranked the fourth best team in Washington. This week the Shockers once again had nothing to worry about. On T…

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team came into last Tuesday’s game against the Riverside Christian Academy Shockers with extreme confidence after building a five game winning streak. Unfortunately for the Shockers, the Crusaders were eager to snap a three game losing streak of the…

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team made the trip north to Oroville this past Saturday to take on the Hornets in a double header. When they arrived, their bats did not show any weariness, as they swept the hornets 17-7 in six innings and 28-20 in seven innings.

While the Waterville-Mansfield softball team has not played a lot of games this season so far, but they have certainly taken advantage of the games they have played. This week, the Shockers went a perfect 4-0, sweeping the Quincy Jackrabbits, 18-8 and 13-10, on Wednesday as well as the Bridg…

The Waterville-Mansfield track and field team traveled to Brewster this past Tuesday and by the end of the night they had plenty to be proud of. Despite the unseasonably cold weather Head Coach Mark Ward was able to brag about his team’s personal accomplishments as well as his athlete’s neve…

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While the Waterville weather was unseasonably cold this past week, the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team showed it is heating up. The team recorded a perfect 3-0 record, all of which were league games. On Tuesday, the Shockers took down the Pateros Billygoats 24-14 in five innings.…

On a cold spring break Saturday that saw a little bit of wind and a heavy dose of bitterly cold wind, the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers hosted the Moses Lake Christian Academy Lions in the Shockers home opener.

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In sports, much like in life, some days are better than others. For the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers, Saturday’s double header against the Wilbur-Creston-Keller Wildcats was not a very good day. The Shockers fell to the Wildcats 4-19 and 0-13.

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The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball traveled to Yakima to take on the Riverside Christian Crusaders for the first time in a matchup that the Shockers believed was going to be against a very evenly matched team. That assessment proved true as the teams locked up in two very tightly con…

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team may not have picked up a win this past Saturday, but they found if they avoid mistakes, they are capable of beating larger schools. In their season opener, the 1B Shockers fell to the 1A Omak Pioneers 9-5 in seven innings and 22-1 in five innings.

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers baseball team kicks off their season this weekend against the Omak Pioneers. With a strong core of returning players, a transfer with plenty of baseball experience, and a solid group of young, but coachable and athletic newcomers, the Shockers hope to make a…

The Waterville Shockers boys basketball team hosted the Cascade Christian Academy (CCA) Wolverines this past Monday. In a strong team effort, the Shockers came away with the win 38-27.

The Waterville-Mansfield team continued their winning ways over the past two weeks. They tamed the Bridgeport Mustangs 63-44. Then they grounded the Eagles 57-23. Then the Shockers destroyed the Wilson Creek Devils 51-21 on Tuesday. Friday, they corralled the Pateros Nannies 52-44. Finally o…

The Waterville-Mansfield boys basketball team continued to fight hard and find new ways to compete. Unfortunately, the final scores of this week’s games did not end the way the team had hoped for. On Friday night, the Shockers fell to the Bridgeport Mustangs 59-38. The following day the boys…

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers boys showed promise in their opening week, but they also showed they have room to grow. On Tuesday the Shockers opened their season with a 47-16 victory over the Cascade Christian Academy Wolverines. On Friday, they faltered against the Entiat Tigers 49-21. …

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers girls basketball team looked like a team determined to lay waste to their opponents. On Tuesday, they opened the season with a dominating 63-18 victory over the Cascade Christian Academy Wolverines. They followed their opening act up with a strong 54-38 vict…

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The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers girls basketball team has consistently been the top performing team for the Shockers. This season this talented team is looking to go beyond its high achieving predecessors.

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers volleyball team came to the state playoffs with the same intensity that led them to a district championship. While the team gained valuable experience, seeing what is required to help them take the next step in becoming contenders for the state championship,…

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The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers football team attacked Naselle head on in their opening round game of the 1B state football tournament. But the fifth-ranked Comets proved they weren’t just a shooting star and deserved the high seed they received. In the end, it was the Comets who walked aw…

For the second time this week it can be said that the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers are going to state. Saturday evening the Shockers defeated the Entiat Tigers 54-6 in their regular season finale, securing the Shockers second place in their district and a guaranteed spot in the WIAA 1B Foot…

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers volleyball team was back in action this past week, splitting their two matches. They were swept by the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors 11-25, 20-25, and 13-25. But, later in the week they swept the Soap Lake Eagles 25-5, 25-14, and 25-3.

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers football team had another strong team performance this past Friday as they beat the Bridgeport Mustangs 50-16.

After a rough outing in their season opener, the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers bounced back against the Pateros Billygoats with a dominating 50-0 victory this past Friday. The game was also the home opener for the Shockers.

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers volleyball team fought hard all week long, but the varsity team came up short in both of their matches. They were swept by both the Manson Trojans (1-25, 5-25, and 7-25) and the Brewster Bears (14-25, 9-25, and 10-25).

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