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Prep baseball: Wenatchee looks to improve on third-place finish

If one were to look at the Columbia Basin Big Nine baseball standings, they might infer Wenatchee was the dominant team all season long, and they would be right. The Panthers ended the season with a 17-1 record in league play, six games better than second-place Moses Lake.

Prep focus: Nine Wildcats, 12 panthers on to state meet

EAST WENATCHEE     — The end of the 2015 track and field season has come for a vast majority of local participants. However nine members of the Eastmont squad and 12 from the Wenatchee team posted marks at Thursday’s 4A district 6 meet at Eastmont High School good enough to qualify for the 4A state track and field meet.

Elias pitches Mariners to win over Orioles

BALTIMORE — Roenis Elias allowed one run in 7.2 innings, and Justin Ruggiano hit a two-run homer as the Seattle Mariners downed the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 Wednesday night.

WVC to host basketball camps

WENATCHEE -- The Wenatchee Valley College men’s and women’s basketball teams will hold separate camps in June.

Lakes open for biggest fishing day of the year

OLYMPIA — Trout fishing in Washington hit full speed April 25, when several hundred lowland lakes — stocked with millions of fish — opened for a six-month season.

Superhero 2K-5K is Saturday

Columbia Valley Girls on the Run is hosting its second annual Superhero 2K & 5K at 9 a.m. Saturday at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee.

Prep Monday: 3 local boys golfers qualify for 4A state tournament

MOSES LAKE – Going into Monday’s 4A District 6 boys golf tournament, held at The Links at Moses Pointe and the Moses Lake Country Club, Wenatchee coach Scott Paine was hoping that at least two and maybe three of his golfers would finish in the top nine to qualify for the 4A state tournament.

Warriors’ Green shatters NBA stereotypes, takes the road less traveled

Draymond Green. What do you do with him? What do you make of him? Though his muscular 6-foot-7 frame doesn't fit in a box, he is the Christmas present that arrived long after the holidays, the Warriors' second-round draft choice in 2012, the coup that keeps on giving.

Pro golfers to follow different paths to Chambers Bay

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — Adam Scott has heeded a warning that nobody who arrives only a couple of days before the U.S. Open will have a realistic chance of winning the June 18-21 championship at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place.