WENATCHEE — Although a broken record, it bears repeating: the Wenatchee Wild once again outshot its opponent, this time by a count of 43-29 in Wenatchee’s 6-3 win over the Langley Rivermen at Town Toyota Center on Saturday night.
MOSES LAKE — The Wenatchee boys swimming and diving team captured its first Columbia Basin Big Nine title since 2008 in the 4A District 6 swimming and diving meet on Saturday at Moses Lake High School.
UNIVERSITY PLACE — Jaylah Young appreciated the moment. The Wenatchee senior bowler anchored the Panthers in their 14 Baker games at the 4A girls state bowling tournament at Narrows Plaza Bowl on Saturday morning.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Wild coach Bliss Littler earned an impressive career milestone Friday with the help of an epic comeback from his team. Kyle Stephan scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime period to lift Wenatchee to a 4-3 win over the Langley Rivermen in front of 2,649 fans at Town Toyota Center.
UNIVERSITY PLACE — Not all champions are created equally. Some perform extra heroics to set themselves apart from both their predecessors and potentially their successors. Eastmont’s Cheyanne Greening proved a model of consistency Friday at Narrows Plaza Bowl knocking down 1279 pins over six games to become the 2015-2016 4A Washington Interscholastic Activities Association state bowling champion.
SEATTLE — Less than a week after general manager Jerry Dipoto hinted the Mariners might add a first baseman, the club confirmed an agreement Wednesday with Dae-Ho Lee on a minor league deal that includes an invitation to big league camp.
SEATTLE — There are two recruits from Texas, two from Arizona, seven from California, one from Oregon and five from right here in Washington. There are eight recruits on offense, eight on defense and one punter.
SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Spurs won't have Manu Ginobili for at least a month. The team said the veteran guard had testicular surgery Thursday in San Antonio and will be sidelined at least four weeks. Ginobili was hurt in Wednesday night's 110-97 win against the Pelicans.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Tony Stewart will not win a Daytona 500 during his Sprint Cup career. He will miss the start of his final Sprint Cup season to recover from a broken back suffered Sunday while riding a dune buggy in California. Stewart suffered a burst fracture of his L1 vertebra and had surgery Wednesday in North Carolina, according to a Stewart-Haas Racing news release issued Thursday. No timetable was given for his return, but the news release indicated that the 44-year-old Stewart is expected to make a “full ...
SAN FRANCISCO — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that the league will institute a Rooney Rule for women when it comes to all NFL executive positions. He announced the decision in opening remarks at the NFL Women’s Summit, where roughly 250 men and women associated with the league are gathered to listen to a slate of speakers on issues affecting women in sports. The NFL’s Rooney Rule requires teams to interview one minority candidate for each open coaching position. The rule was instituted in 2003 in response to the ...
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Brannen Greene’s soft, two-handed dunk at the end of Kansas’ rout of Kansas State drew the ire of coach Bill Self on Wednesday night after it gave the Jayhawks an 18-point margin of victory.