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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 Shockers girls and boys basketball teams had a great season in Central Washington 2B League play and postseason. Five players were named to all-league teams.

The Waterville/Mansfield boys basketball team’s season came to a close with a 56-43 loss to Central Washington 2B League foe Lake Roosevelt on Feb. 16.

The Shockers girls basketball team fell to DeSales from Walla Walla on Feb. 9 in Granger, 50-32. The loss ended Waterville/Mansfield’s season. “They had a fantastic year,” coach Kieth Finkbeiner said.

The Waterville/Mansfield boys basketball team fell to Oroville, 57-35, Feb. 10 in CW2BL district play and move on to play Lake Roosevelt Feb. 16 in a loser-out contest.

By David Heiling Empire Press Correspondent OROVILLE ? The Waterville/Mansfield girls basketball team?s defensive prowess was on full display Jan. 30, as the visiting Shockers took down Central Washington 2B League bottom feeder Oroville by a final score of 42-18. The win was the Shockers? 1…

The Shockers boys lost 53-50 on Feb. 1 in Lake Roosevelt, but still locked up the sixth and final transfer spot out of the Central Washington 2B League and into the postseason.

The Waterville/Mansfield girls basketball team on Feb. 1 fell to Lake Roosevelt by 55-40, in a unique outing for the Shockers.

The Waterville/Mansfield boys and girls teams took a loss on the road in Tonasket on Jan. 20. The Shocker boys fell by a slim 68-67 margin, while the girls lost 41-35.

Waterville/Mansfield played host to the Manson Trojans on Jan. 18. The Shocker varsity squads and girls junior varsity team captured victories.

The Shockers celebrated Mansfield’s homecoming with all teams defeating Liberty Bell on Jan. 13. The games were played at Mansfield.

By David Heiling The Empire Press COULEE CITY — The Waterville/Mansfield boys basketball team couldn’t keep up with 1B Almira-Coulee-Hartline’s physicality and intensity and lost 71-38 on Dec. 29 in Coulee City. “Their two-man game ate us up all night long,” Waterville/Mansfield coach Heath …

COULEE CITY — The Waterville/Mansfield girls basketball team struggled to make its game against the defending 1B runners-up Almira-Coulee-Hartline Titans competitive on Dec. 29, falling by a final score of 65-25.

Waterville/Mansfield’s girls junior varsity and varsity basketball team members and their families gathered for recognition night Feb. 27.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers girls basketball team took on the Lake Roosevelt Raiders in a loser-out Central Washington 2B League tournament matchup Feb 7.

The Waterville/Mansfield varsity girls and the junior varsity boys captured wins when the Shocker squads played the Oroville Hornets on Jan. 31.

The Waterville/Mansfield JV girls led the Shocker squads at home against Brewster Jan. 10 with a 60-27 win over the Bears.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys’ varsity basketball team lost a close contest to the Bridgeport Mustangs Dec. 16. The score was 50 to 54.

The Liberty Bell Mountain Lions traveled to Waterville Dec. 6 with the Shocker girls junior varsity and boys JV and varsity basketball teams claiming wins.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers boys’ varsity basketball team took a 33-44 loss against the Manson Trojans Dec. 10 at the Shocker Dome. In an earlier game, the Shocker girls defeated the Trojans in a low-scoring slugfest, 30-26.

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