WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee boys track team slipped past Kentwood and Lake Stevens by the slimmest of margins to win the team title at the Ray Cockrum Relays on Saturday on a rain-soaked track at WHS.
The Panthers finished with 80 points, a half-point ahead of the Conquerors and a full point clear of the Vikings.
Freshman sensation Isaiah Brandt-Sims led the charge for the Panthers with a blistering 10.83 in the 100 meters, the top time in the state to this point in the spring.
The WHS girls had four event champions, taking the 100 hurdles relay, the long jump and 4x100 and 4x300 relays.
Eastmont placed seventh in both divisions, and Cashmere’s boys were sixth and the girls eighth.
Eisenhower 1, Wenatchee 0 (2OT)
Eisenhower’s Jesús Delgado scored his sixth goal of the season with two minutes left in the second extra period, giving the Panthers their first league loss of the seaason.
The Panthers hit the crossbar on five occasions in the match, including once 30 seconds into overtime that could have given WHS (3-3, 2-1) the home win.
Kennewick 0, Eastmont 0 (Kennewick wins in shootout)
Lions goalkeeper Jared Gower made two stops in the shootout to close down the Wildcats.
Quincy 5, Ephrata 2
The Jacks notched the 150th victory in the program’s history over its Battle of the Basin rivals, as Frank Medina notched a hat trick to power Quincy.
Cascade 2, Brewster 1
The Kodiaks notched a pair of second-half goals to overtake the Bears in a non-league match.
Chelan 5, Warden 1
Eleazar Galvan scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Chelan to a road victory over Warden.
Okanogan 5, Colville 0
Fabian Rodgiruez scored two goals and Eduardo Ramos had one goal and two assists to lead Okanogan (3-1) to a home victory over Colville.
East Valley 16-11, Quincy 5-1
The Jacks committed a combined seven errors in the pair of five-inning losses to the Red Devils.
Chad Omlin went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the opener.
Selah 18-6, Ephrata 3-3
The Tigers burned themselves with walks and other miscues against the Vikings.
Ephrata pitchers walked 12 Selah hitters in the opener, and despite a strong outing from Josh Snider (7IP, 8K) in the nightcap, Tiger hitters left 11 men on base.
Ephrata 13-16, Wapato 10-3
Kayla Brissey hit three home runs to power Ephrata to a victory in the first game of its doubleheader against Wapato.
In the nightcap, Skylar Lund had four hits, including two triples, and Lauren Laird and Kim Vela recorded three hits each for the Tigers.
Omak 7, Chewelah 6
Consecutive RBI doubles from Hannah Thomason and Mackinzie Norwell gave the Pioneers a walkoff win on Saturday.
Wenatchee 6, Hanford 1; Wenatchee 7, Davis 0
The Wenatchee boys tennis team remained unbeaten with victories over Hanford and Davis, dropping just one match all day.
Hudson Barnhart, Nick Mandelis and Lucas Tilly posted singles victories for the Panthers (5-0 overall, 1-0 Big Nine) over the host Falcons.
At Southridge High School, Wenatchee didn’t lose a set against the Pirates. Clint Vidano played his first match of the season for the Panthers and posted a victory in the No. 2 singles position.
Richland 7, Eastmont 0
It was a tough afternoon for the Wildcats, who failed to win a game against the Bombers.
Hanford 5, Wenatchee 2; Wenatchee 5, Davis 2
Wenatchee rebounded from a loss to Hanford with a victory over Davis.
Against the host Falcons, Kendra Dietrich (No. 3 singles) and Nicole Aitken (No. 4 singles) recorded victories.
At Southridge High School, Wenatchee (3-1 overall, 1-0 Big Nine) received wins from all three of its doubles teams against the Pirates.
Eastmont 4, Richland 3
Top singles player Bekah Waterhouse picked up a straight-set victory to help the Cats to a road win.