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Knight women 3-0, best start in seven years

MENS BASKETBALL (0-2)Saturday, Highline (1-1) away.- The Knights and Thunderbirds go back a ways.  The two first played in January of 1963.- At that time there were12 teams in the NWAC (actually Washington State Junior College Athletic Conference in those days) and divided in to two divisions, Northern and Southern.  Both WVC and HCC were in the Northern and eight of the first tine times they played were league games.- The Thunderbirds lead the series 19-9, have won five in a row and nine of 10.- The last game at ...

Panther bowlers 3-0, have won 12 straight

BOWLING (3-0)Tuesday, Moses Lake (1-2) home.- This afternoon Wenatchee hosts Moses Lake at Eastmont Lanes.- The Panthers have more matches against the Chiefs than any other opponent, 28.- WHS leads the series 17-10-1 and is 10-3-0 at home.- Last season the pair split their two matches, and Wenatchee has won four of the last five.

WVC volleyball ends season with home match at 6 o'clock today

VOLLEYBALL (6-7, 12-20)Wednesday, Treasure Valley (3-10, 10-26) home.- The Knights conclude their season today in Smith Gymnasium against Treasure Valley.- With a league win and a nonleague win over the Chukars this season, WVC has now topped TVCC four straight times.  This is the longest win streak either outfit has had in the 19-match series.- Wenatchee Valley leads the series 11-8 and is 6-2 on their own court.

Volleyball shooting for playoffs. Soccer in final games Saturday at home.

WOMENS SOCCER (1-8-2, 2-9-2)Saturday, North Idaho (7-2-1, 9-4-2) home.- Wenatchee Valley concludes their season Saturday with a home match against North Idaho.- This Coeur d’Alene bunch has kinda beat up on the local squad through the years, going 13-3-1 and 6-1 on the local pitch.  And they have won six in a row.- In the first WVC/NIC match this fall the Cardinals won 3-1 in the state east of us.- Oh yes, Halloween.  The Knights are 3-3-1 on this date; in fact the “1” came in a 2-2 tie with ...

Panthers, Wildcats meet on gridiron for 47th time

GIRLS SOCCER (4-1, 6-2-1)Tuesday, Moses Lake (4-1, 5-4) home.- A big one.  The Panthers and Chiefs are each 4-1 and tied for second, one game behind West Valley.- The one loss WHS and MLHS each have was to the Rams, WHS lost 2-0 and MLHS 4-0.- Wenatchee leads the series with Moses Lake 30-13, but it used to be 30-3…the Chiefs taking the last 10.

Two soccer games at WVC today beginning at 2 o'clock

MENS SOCCER (2-3, 4-3)Wednesday, Walla Walla (3-0-2, 5-0-4) home.- Today the Knights take on first-place, undefeated Walla Walla right here at home.- On the 12th the Warriors edged the Knights 4-3 in Walla Walla.- This game begins the second round of three through the East Region schedule (five games per round, one against each foe).- Overall WWCC leads WVC 16-10-8 and is 7-5-4 in the Apple Capital.- The last Knight victory was 2010. Since WW has won six and there have been three ties.

64th WHS homecoming game Friday

BOYS AND GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYSaturday, Wenatchee InviteWalla Walla Point Park will be a busy scene Saturday at harriers from across the state compete in the Wenatchee Invite.  According to 16 schools will participate and all six classifications from 1B to 4A will be represented.1B – Entiat, Riverside Christian (Yakima)2B – Brewster, Bridgeport, Manson1A – Cashmere, Deer Park, Royal (Royal City)2A – Quincy, West Valley (Spokane)3A – Hanford, Southridge4A – Central Valley, Eastmont, Lake Stevens, Wenatchee