• Eastmont boys (10-8, 6-6)
The skinny: With the exception of a Jan. 28 loss to No. 3 Kamiakin, the Cats have won four of five since Jan. 21 and are in the playoff picture.
• Eastmont girls (14-4, 11-1)
The skinny: Winners of nine of the past 10, the Cats made believers of any remaining doubters by pounding Kamiakin by 24 on Jan. 28.
• Chelan boys (13-5, 9-0)
The skinny: The Goats started the season 4-5, but have won nine straight and last week clinched the school’s fourth straight league title.
• Okanogan girls (16-3, 9-0)
The skinny: The Bulldogs have already successfully defended their league title and are a win away from an unbeaten CTL season.
• Entiat girls (14-3, 7-2)
The skinny: Dynamic duo of Southard and Hodge have propelled the Tigers to seven wins in eight games.
• Brewster girls (15-2, 9-0)
The skinny: They’ve won their last nine games by an average of 37.4 points, and have shredded the competition in the CWL North.
• Lake R. boys (15-2, 9-0)
The skinny: The Raiders posted an impressive victory over Brewster on Tuesday with their best player (Ty Egbert) in foul trouble.
• Quincy boys (9-10, 7-10)
The skinny: Since putting a fright into No. 1 Grandview on Jan. 15, the Jacks are 4-1, including an overtime victory over then No. 4 Ellensburg.
• Cascade Chr. Acad. (6-3)
The skinny: The Wolverines have won seven in a row, avenging all three of their losses in the return meeting in the CWL 2B league.
• Wenatchee boys (6-12, 2-8)
The skinny: One — that’s the number of wins for the Panthers since Dec. 28, and that was against 2-17 Eisenhower.
• Cashmere girls (12-6, 5-4)
The skinny: The Bulldogs were 4-1 the first time through the league slate, but they’ve lost four of five, including three to other playoff qualifiers.
• Pateros boys (12-6, 7-3)
The skinny: Some bad games for the Billygoats of late, as a combined 50 points in losses to Lake Roosevelt and Brewster attest.
• Manson boys (8-8, 3-6)
The skinny: The Trojans have three wins since the New Year, and those have come against teams with a combined three wins themselves.
— Brian Adamowsky and Corey Voegele, Wenatchee World sports writers