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Wild get back to winning ways against Grizzlies

VICTORIA, British Columbia — A night after suffering a disheartening 4-3 double-overtime loss, the Wenatchee Wild bounced back Saturday with a 3-1 win over the Victoria Grizzlies at the Q Centre in Victoria, British Columbia. Two third-period goals proved to be the difference as the Wild beat the British Columbia Hockey League Island Division-leading Grizzlies.

Sounders’ Schmetzer: ‘This is big’

Alan Hinton, who knows British nobility and the history of Seattle’s soccer culture well, laid bare the stakes of Brian Schmetzer’s appointment as interim Sounders coach in July.

Billies and Nannies each get impressive victories

PATEROS — The Pateros girls basketball team got a star performance from its star player. Senior standout Bobbi Hall scored 31 of Pateros’ 57 rebounds, and added 17 rebounds and four steals as the Nannies rolled to a 57-19 thrashing of Wilson Creek.

East Wenatchee native Tarbert sets EWU sprint mark

CHENEY — Rebecca Tarbert, a sophomore from East Wenatchee, Wash., opened her season by breaking the Big Sky Conference record in the 55-meter dash at Eastern Washington University’s Candy Cane Invitational IX. She blazed to a time of 6.78 seconds, eclipsing the previous conference record of 6.86 seconds held by Portland State University’s Geronne Black from 2013.

Seven-goal second period separates Wild in 12- rout of Coquitlam

COQUITLAM, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild fired 64 shots, allowed just six shots against, converted on 2-of-13 advantage opportunities and scored seven goals in the second period en route to a complete, 12-0 shutout victory over host Coquitlam on Wednesday night at Poirier Sports and Leisure Center.