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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 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 Shockers football team traveled to Odessa on Sept. 14 to take on the Odessa-Harrington Titans with the home team winning 83-0.

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 concluded their football season Oct. 27 against Oroville and paid tribute to senior players and cheerleaders.

The temperature was in the mid-30s for the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers homecoming game against Liberty Bell on Oct. 13 and the Shockers were looking for their first win of the season.

The Waterville/Mansfield football team played with heart but it was another tough game for the young team against Tonasket Sept 22. The Shockers lost 46-12.

The fact that the Waterville/Mansfield football team took a 46-0 loss in their Sept. 9 home opener against visiting Soap Lake could be seen by many as a sobering start to the football season. But for the Shockers, just fielding a team can be seen as a huge positive.

The Waterville/Mansfield football team concluded its season on the road on a winning note defeating Bridgeport, 59-26. It was the second match-up for the two teams this season.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers football team lost at Oroville, 52-12, on Oct. 28. It has been a long, hard-fought season with the Shockers winning only one game against the Bridgeport Mustangs the third week of the season.

The Waterville/Mansfield football team lost to visiting Brewster 48-8 on Oct. 21. The game was also senior night honoring Shocker seniors playing their last home game.

The visiting Waterville/Mansfield football team was close to getting its second Central Washington 2B League win of the season, but ultimately could not get over the hump in a close 22-16 loss to Liberty Bell in Winthrop on Oct. 14.

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers football team made a great showing Sept. 15 defeating the Bridgeport Mustangs, 46-6, in CW2BL action at Waterville.

SOAP LAKE — Waterville struggled to find the end zone against host Soap Lake in a 54-0 loss in Central Washington 2B League football action Sept. 9.

A shorthanded Waterville squad fell to visiting Lake Roosevelt, 42-7, as both teams opened their seasons with a CW2B League matchup Sept. 2.

The Waterville/Mansfield football team overwhelmed Yakama Tribal, 62-36, Oct. 30 at Kellen Biggar Field. The Shockers scored early and often, dominating the first and fourth quarters.

In a game where the teams moved up and down the field and scored with relative ease, the Waterville/Mansfield 11 lost to the Entiat Tigers Oct. 16 by a score of 86-38.

The Pateros football team drove down the field successfully several times more than Waterville as they defeated the Shockers 36-20 at Kellen Biggar Field on Sept. 25.

In their first game of the season on Sept. 4, Waterville/Mansfield ground out a victory against the Inchelium Hornets 24-20.

On Nov. 4, the Shocker football team learned that their season was over when the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions declined a second game with them. While there was disappointment, especially among the team members, they celebrated the first winning football season in several years.

The Waterville football team traveled to Yakama Nation Tribal School in Toppenish Nov. 1. They emerged the victors as they had in the homecoming game against the same team at Kellen Biggar Field in October. The Shockers piled up an insurmountable lead in the first quarter and the outcome was…

The combined effort of Mansfield and Waterville students to play sports has become a successful merger of skill, determination and teamwork.

The Waterville football team eked out a close win over the Wellpinit Redskins Sept. 19. Even though the Shockers had a 26-0 lead at halftime, the Redskins solved the offensive puzzle and scored all their points in the second half. But Waterville kept ahead of the Eastern Washington 11 and ca…

Waterville played its first home game of the season at Kellen Biggar Field Sept. 11. The game against Odessa-Harrington had been rescheduled from Sept. 12 because of a scarcity of officials. Although the final score of 64-28 was a disappointment, the Shockers had some bright spots and look f…

Tailback Nolan Ruud looks for a receiver in the game against the Columbia Lions Sept. 5. (Joel Harding photo)   By Joel Harding Waterville made the long trip to Hunters Sept. 5 to take on Columbia High School (CHS). It was an afternoon game since the Lions do not have lights on their field. The […]

Beginning Aug. 20, the Waterville football team began practices. After several days of practice without pads, they began a series of five two-a-day workouts with pads and have settled into the usual after school practice schedule since school started on Aug. 27.

On Nov. 8 in far away Northport, the Waterville football team avoided the specter of a winless season. They beat the Northport Mustangs handily, 66-45.

On Friday, Nov. 2, the Waterville football team traveled upriver to Pateros for the last game of the season. The Shockers started out trading scores with the Goats but as the game progressed, Pateros jumped out in front to stay. The loss concluded a disappointing season for the Shockers. How…

In one of three road games for the season, the Shockers visited Entiat for the Tiger’s homecoming game Oct. 25. The Tigers delivered for the hometown folks with a 52-22 win.

The orange, black and white-clad Republic Tigers visited the Shockers Oct. 18 and proved to be ungrateful guests indeed. The hard-hitting Tigers defeated the hometown team, 66-24, with a varied attack that the Shockers just weren’t able to stop.

Although the Waterville and Soap Lake football teams played evenly throughout the first quarter, the Eagles struck for three quick touchdowns in the second quarter. By halftime, the score was 42-22. Soap Lake eventually won the Oct. 11 homecoming game by a score of 78-36.

On Friday, October 4, the Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors scored one touchdown more than Waterville to take home the victory, 54-50.

The Waterville football team ran into another buzz saw on Friday, Sept. 27. The Wilbur-Creston Wildcats, ranked fourth in the state among 1-B football teams, lived up to their ranking, defeating the Shockers 54-22.

| By Joel Harding | In their first away game of the season on Sept. 20, Waterville encountered a sizzling offense and a formidable defense in the Odessa-Harrington Titans. The Titans were as gifted on offense as the Columbia-Inchelium Timberwolves had been the previous week. But they had a r…

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