Throughout their season, the Waterville-Mansfield track and field team focused on personal improvements. Several Shockers had their hard work pay off at the JV regional meet at Eastmont High School. By the end of the day four Shockers accounted for eight top ten finishes.

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 …

CHENEY — Waterville/Mansfield Shocker track and field team members Lexi Deishl, Hannah Hughes and Sarah Mullen participated in the 2B state championships May 25-27 at Eastern Washington University. Lexi Deishl leaped to a second-place finish in the pole vault finals with 10-00. In the finals…

QUINCY — Waterville/Mansfield Shocker athletes participated in the District 5/6 track and field championships May 19 in Quincy. For the girls, sophomore Hannah Hughes placed first in 100 meters (13.24), first in discus (108-02, a personal record), first in long jump (15-09), and second in 20…

The Waterville/Mansfield girls track team, coached by Justin Grillo and Seth Normington, are moving on to state competition following a great showing at 2B District 6 track meet May 21 in Ephrata.

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.

Area 1B and 2B track teams gathered for the annual District 6 meet May 22 at Ephrata. Waterville and Mansfield athletes did well, winning six events and qualifying six athletes for the 2B state meet May 29-30 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.

At the sub-district track meet held in Kittitas May 15, Waterville tracksters qualified for the District 6 meet to be held May 21 at Ephrata High School.

It was a bright spring afternoon at the Bridgeport Invitational May 8 and the Shockers — both boys and girls — responded well to the good weather.

The Waterville Shocker track team ran well against 1A teams Cashmere and Cascade, and perennial 1B track power Entiat at the Cashmere quad meet held April 28.

The Orondo Middle School track team practices weekdays. Thirty students make up the team, with 10 from Waterville and the rest from Orondo.

The Shocker boys and girls track teams ran well at both the quad meet in Okanogan April 21 and at the larger Rieke Invitational in Peshastin April 24.

The Waterville boys and girls track teams participated in the K Valley Rally track meet April 17. The meet, which included 17 teams from 1A to 1B classifications, was held at Kittitas Secondary School.

The Waterville girls and boys track teams visited Ephrata for the annual Ice Breaker meet March 17 and the super-sized Ray Cross Invitational meet March 21.

The Shocker track teams are ready for the upcoming season under the direction of head coach Justin Grillo and assistant Kris Daratha. They competed in their first meet, the multi-team Ephrata Ice Breaker, March 17. The future looks good for Waterville with state champions on both the girl’s …

A Waterville sprinter, a Mansfield jumper and a Waterville distance runner won three events each to lead the accomplishments at the fifth and sixth 1B District track meet May 23 at Toppenish High School.

As the warmer weather comes, the Shocker tracksters are jumping farther and running faster. They traveled to Bridgeport May 6 and made the trek to Winthrop for the May 9 Liberty Bell Invitational. They did well at both meets with some notable victories over potential rivals for ribbons at th…

The Waterville track team participated in the second — and successful — attempt to hold the Mansfield Iceberg Invitational Track Meet April 29. After being canceled the previous Tuesday because of rain, plateau weather cooperated and the meet was held. Temperatures were warm and the rain nev…

The junior high Shockers did very well in their first track meet April 24 at Mansfield. Along with Waterville, Pateros, Entiat, Cascade Christian Academy and the host team were in competition. For Waterville, most of the girls competing were eighth-graders. For the boys, the young Shockers w…

After two weeks of running against the JV teams of larger regional schools, Waterville took on the varsities April 25 at Cascade High School’s Rieke Invitational meet held at Cashmere High School.

The Shockers had a good day at Bridgeport on March 25 in one of the few meets in which they competed exclusively against teams in their own 1B/2B league. They finished fourth in the boy’s meet and third in the girl’s. Perennial rival Entiat finished ahead of the Shockers in both gender class…

The Waterville track team held its own against all classifications of high schools at the Ray Cross Invitational Meet March 22 at Ephrata.

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