The Wenatchee offense will be a markedly different machine this fall.
Building off a transition that gained its roots midway through the 2012 campaign, Wenatchee is all-in on the spread offense this season.
The fresh philosophy comes with its fair share of shakeups: More four wide receiver sets, more hurry-up and no-huddle stretches and more autonomy for veteran quarterback Dillon Sugg.
That’s not to say the change in course is going to throw the Panthers out of sync. The new…