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WVC baseball splits with Yakima Valley

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley College baseball team split a doubleheader with Yakima Valley on Sunday, winning the first game 7-4, then losing the second game 9-3 at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium.

Wenatchee boys lacrosse team beats Gonzaga Prep

The Wenatchee High School boys lacrosse team travelled to Gonzaga Prep on Saturday in a clash of unbeaten teams in the Eastern Division II standings, and the game was equally as exciting as it was nerve-wracking.

An update on Gamble Sands

As many of you already know, Gamble Sands Golf Course was built by the Gebbers family known primarily as a major fruit growing company in the Brewster area. Their goal was to build a world-class links style golf course near Brewster as a means to build and promote the area while giving back to the region. The course was designed by David McLay Kidd, who also designed the first course at Bandon Dunes. Mr. Kidd got it right at Gamble Sands.

Capitals drop season opener

EVERETT — The Wenatchee United FC of 2014 has dissipated and has been reintroduced as Wenatchee FC for 2015.

Prep Friday: Eastmont boys soccer squeaks by Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE -- When Columbia Basin Big Nine foe Moses Lake scored the match's first goal in the 35th minute, members of Eric Duffey's Eastmont boys soccer team hung their collective heads for a little bit. After recently suffering a three-game losing streak, the Wildcats might have been a little shell-shocked. But Eastmont received a clutch goal from Abi Espinoza to beat the Chiefs 2-1 on the road Friday.
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Prep Thursday: Wenatchee tennis continues dominating season

WENATCHEE — When a person recalls a tennis match in the mind’s eye, that individual might see the sport as an individual one. But the Wenatchee girls tennis team is 9-0 after its 6-1 victory over Davis on Thursday at the Wenatchee Racquet & Athletic Club.

Rams playing better than ever

EAST WENATCHEE – The Wenatchee Valley Rams have been a consistent winner pretty much ever since their inception more than a decade ago. That makes coach Mickey White’s feelings about his current team so impressive.

Happ’s effective pitching leads M’s over Astros

SEATTLE — Starting pitcher J.A. Happ and the Seattle Mariners ended what was the American League’s longest current winning streak with a 3-2 win over the Houston Astros at Safeco Field on Wednesday night.