Snowy weather extends into March, delays spring sports

Abby Burgess, Sports Assistant

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  Due to unusually snowy weather in February and March, most of the early spring sports events were canceled this season. Teams started the season with  indoor practices, but all competitive events had been canceled for tennis, golf, track, baseball and softball as of March 15.
 
 For tennis, the Lewiston-Clarkston Invite March 15 and 16 was canceled. Instead, the varsity team played at LHS against Mead High School March 15 and against Mt. Spokane High School March 16. These two matches were practice matches.
 
 Softball and baseball had games canceled as well. The first scheduled softball game was March 21 at Airport Park against Lakeland High School. The first scheduled baseball game was March 22 at Church Field. Results were unavailable at press time.
  
The Clearwater Invitational and the Sweeney Invitational for track were canceled as well. The track team competed at a meet March 21 in Kamiah, with results unavailable at press time.
  
All of the snow also made this season  hard for the golfers, and there have been no golf tournaments yet. The first girls golf tournament is scheduled for Thursday, April 4. tThe first boys golf tournament was scheduled for March 22, also with results unavailable.

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Snowy weather extends into March, delays spring sports