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 …

The 6th Annual Crimson Sports Awards for the Waterville/Mansfield high school sports program was held May 22. Coaches of the various sports presented varsity letters and awards to the student athletes.

The Waterville-Mansfield boys district playoff on May 5 Pit the Shockers first against Tri-Cities Prep with the game ending 15-1 in Tri-Cities favor.

Play at 1st base Codee Fry, Alyssa Hanson-shortstop, Mackenna Gurnard-secondbase. (Empire Press photos/ James Robinson)   By James Robinson Empire Press Correspondent The Lady Shockers got off to a great start in the first few innings of the first game against the Tonasket Tigers on April 30…

By James Robinson Empire Press Correspondent The first game of the afternoon on April 30 saw the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers not able to score in a?double header against the Tonasket Tigers. Final score Favored the Tonasket Tigers 4-0. Pitching for the Shockers was Will Osborne The second …

The visiting Waterville-Mansfield softball team on April 26 got a pair of wins against Central Washington 1B League counterparts Pateros near the mouth of the Methow. The Shockers won the first game 14-8 and the second game 13-12. Both games were high scoring and relatively close – both cont…

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys’ baseball team lost both games in a double header with the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions on April 21. The Mountain Lions won the first game 13-4. In spite of the loss, Shocker pitcher Tristen Marden threw nine strikeouts and Jacob Stibal hit a solo home r…

The Shocker boys’ baseball team hosted the Lake Roosevelt Raiders on April 24. The Shockers started with a strong first inning but the Raiders came back with several good innings of their own. Going into the seventh inning the score was 3-7 in favor of the Raiders

  Waterville/Mansfield’s baseball and softball teams were on the road and at home in action last week. The Shockers traveled first to Bridgeport April?17. The boys overtook the Mustangs 27-6. The girls cruised to a 19-1 win over the Fillies. The Shockers then?hosted Liberty Bell for a weeken…

The Shocker baseball and softball teams saw action at home and on the road last week. They hosted Bridgeport April 10 and then traveled to Oroville April 13.

Tristen Marden pitches for the Shockers against Manson in baseball action on March 20.

Cole Koenig scores as Jacob Stibal, in the background, rounds?third base as the Shockers began their spring baseball season March 16 on the road against Soap Lake. Waterville/Mansfield came out on top in both games of the doubleheader, 17-2 and 5-0. The last game was called after three innin…

The Waterville/Mansfield girls softball team had a good afternoon on May 4 against the Manson Trojans. They were make-up games from earlier in the season that were postponed due to adverse weather.

Waterville/Mansfield senior baseball and softball players and their parents were honored at Senior Day during the May 2 games with Lake Roosevelt.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers had a busy schedule on the road last week with games against Bridgeport, Tonasket and Liberty Bell.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys baseball and girls softball teams played doubleheaders against the Oroville Hornets at home April 15.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys baseball and girls softball seasons have begun but are off to a soggy start due to the snow just now melting away and the spring rains.

Waterville/Mansfield completed its 2016 season on May 5 with a doubleheader loss to Mabton, 12-10 and 13-3.

On April 9, the Kittitas Coyotes jumped out ahead of the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers and remained there. The scores were 17-2 and 15-0.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers jumped out ahead of the Bridgeport Mustangs in both games of a March 31 doubleheader and never looked back. They won the first game 15-1 and were equally dominant in the second contest with a score of 11-1.

Waterville residents and student athletes met June 2 at the NCW District Fairgrounds Community Hall to applaud the efforts of those who participated in Shocker sports during the 2014-15 school year.

Young athletes from Waterville’s sixth, seventh and eighth grades participated in both baseball and track during the months of April and May this year. Baseball players participated in five doubleheaders and the tracksters competed in five multi-school meets.

The Waterville baseball team dropped two games at the District 6 tournament May 11 to finish their season. The games, played at Paul Lauzier Field in Ephrata, were a 10-0 loss to Brewster and an 8-0 loss to Lake Roosevelt.

Waterville overtook Manson 8-5 in a single game at home April 30. The Shockers then played the Eagles in Soap Lake May 1, taking a doubleheader by scores of 8-2 and 8-1.

Waterville traveled to Ephrata April 23 to make up two postponed games with the White Swan Cougars, then were victimized by the Warden Cougars at home April 25. The games with White Swan were both close, ending with identical scores of 8-7. Against Warden, the scores were 27-0 and 24-0.

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