After winning ten of its first 11 games -- including just one overtime loss -- the Wild are now losers of two in a row. On Friday, Wenatchee fell to the Coquitlam Express 5-4 at Poirier Sports and Leisure Centre, although the final score is a little misleading.
I was introduced to this super-scenic route and the complex terrain around the many lakes and ponds surrounding Ancient Lake area (fed by Columbia Basin irrigation water) by friends Fred Rose and Frank Wycoff. Fred and Frank had spent a lot of time poking around these parts, and had strung together threads of jeep roads and single track into an amazingly interesting and scenic loop. Unfortunately two-thirds of the way through my introduction to this loop, I hopped off a little rock shelf, lodged the front tire, and took a ...
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee girls soccer team soared to a solid victory over Moses Lake at the Apple Bowl on Thursday night, putting on early pressure to gain the lead and fighting hard to maintain it in an eventual 6-2 win. The Panthers improved to 11-4 overall and 7-4 in Columbia Basin Big Nine play.
NEW YORK — An eight-member federal jury in Los Angeles has found New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose and his two friends not liable in a civil lawsuit that accused them of gang-raping Rose’s ex-girlfriend when she was incapacitated from drugs or alcohol.
PULLMAN — One of the enduring images of the 2015 college football season is that of five Oregon assistant coaches running up and down the sideline with a huge sheet during the Ducks' game against Arizona State, shielding the offense's signals from the prying eyes of the Sun Devils.
Wenatchee Wild coach/general manager Bliss Littler uses the terms “compete level” and “fat and happy” often to describe the way his players need to play and react shortly thereafter to have a chance at continued success.
The hit from Azeem Victor hardly fazed Arizona State running back Kalen Ballage, who bounced off the would-be tackle, broke two more attempted tackles from Washington defenders and broke free along the right sideline.
SEATTLE — The Mariners announced updates on three pitchers that underwent offseason surgical procedures in the weeks following the end of the regular season. All were expected and planned surgeries based on lingering issues they dealt with during the season.