WENATCHEE — When team wins by 31 points, there are a myriad of positives to draw from that performance. But in the Cashmere girls basketball team’s 56-25 blowout win over Kiona Benton Saturday at Wenatchee High School, there was an underlying story line quietly showcasing just how well the Bulldogs played in their loser-out 1A state regional contest.
He calls it “the world’s most realistic looking fake slug.” It’s a small, slimy prop that Cashmere girls coach Brent Darnell keeps tucked away in his coaching bag. During the team’s first bus trip last season, he decided to jokingly bug his star player, whom he describes as “nasty, fiery and competitive” on the court.
Now that we are done with the NFL Combine, it’s time to look some of the latest of the more prominent mock drafts and which players they have headed to Seattle. Recall that Seattle has the No. 31 pick in the first round, and the same in the second round, No. 63 overall. And as you’ll see, there’s no consensus.
MOSES LAKE — The Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team has rediscovered its winning ways in time to make a strong playoff push. If the Knights can extend their win streak Saturday in their final regular-season game of the year, they’ll end their long postseason drought.