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Boston Marathon moves Wenatchee runners

BOSTON — RunWenatchee's Joel Rhyner didn't know what to totally expect during the 119th Boston Marathon. He knew it would be an amazing experience running the legendary race. But what happened Monday overwhelmed him.

Wild swept by Brahmas, end season of home ice

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild’s final game of the 2014-2015 campaign served as a quintessential definition of their entire campaign: gritty, aggressive, close, but ultimately a little too short.
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Walk on: Local racer laps cancer by completing 11th Wenatchee Marathon

WENATCHEE — Ever since the Greek messenger Pheidippides made his 26-mile mythical mad dash to Athens announcing the Persians’ defeat in the Battle of Marathon, millions of racers have replicated that race, albeit under more official (and realistic) circumstances. On Saturday, Pam Brulotte performed her 25th Pheidippides impression, her 11th of the Wenatchee variety. But this marathon, was different: she walked.
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Wild’s season ends in close game

WENATCHEE – The Wenatchee Wild’s final game of the 2014-2015 campaign served as a quintessential definition of their entire campaign: gritty, aggressive, close, but ultimately a little too short.
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Prep Friday: Eastmont boys soccer stymies Eisenhower

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont boys soccer team was down by one goal heading into halftime, but bounced back with a pair of scores to earn a much-needed 2-1 win over visiting Eisenhower on Friday.
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Wild ready for whatever Lone Star throws their way

WENATCHEE -- One more loss and the Wenatchee Wild will end their season on the Town Toyota Center ice tonight. One more loss and the youngest team in the North American Hockey League will have to watch the rest of the playoffs from their couches.

Hernandez convicted of murder, sentenced to life

FALL RIVER, Mass. — After returning the verdict Wednesday, Aaron Hernandez’s jurors stood shoulder to shoulder and discussed the evidence that led them to find the former New England Patriots tight end guilty of first-degree murder by extreme atrocity and cruelty.