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Prep Tuesday: Wenatchee boys soccer clinches tie for CBBN title

EAST WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee boys soccer team clinched a tie for the Columbia Basin Big Nine regular-season title with a win over Eisenhower on Tuesday, while Eastmont moved closer to clinching second place with a win over Davis.

Inaugural Wenatchee Urban Mile Run to be held Saturday

WENATCHEE — The mile run has made a resurgence around the country, and what better place to get that mile in than the closed-off streets in downtown Wenatchee during the final weekend of the Apple Blossom Festival.

Halliday eager for chance at NFL

Somewhere across the mountains, where the cell service is spotty, Connor Halliday is driving back from a round of golf.

Sunflower Relay is May 9

Come celebrate the 35th annual running of the Sunflower Relay and Trail Marathon on May 9. This is an incredible opportunity to run through some of the most spectacular fields of wildflowers in the Methow Valley. The trail run is marathon length, running from the town of Mazama to Twisp on beautiful trails through carpeted meadows of sunflowers. Run either as an individual or form a team of two to five members.

WVC baseball splits with Yakima Valley

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley College baseball team split a doubleheader with Yakima Valley on Sunday, winning the first game 7-4, then losing the second game 9-3 at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium.

Wenatchee boys lacrosse team beats Gonzaga Prep

The Wenatchee High School boys lacrosse team travelled to Gonzaga Prep on Saturday in a clash of unbeaten teams in the Eastern Division II standings, and the game was equally as exciting as it was nerve-wracking.

An update on Gamble Sands

As many of you already know, Gamble Sands Golf Course was built by the Gebbers family known primarily as a major fruit growing company in the Brewster area. Their goal was to build a world-class links style golf course near Brewster as a means to build and promote the area while giving back to the region. The course was designed by David McLay Kidd, who also designed the first course at Bandon Dunes. Mr. Kidd got it right at Gamble Sands.

Capitals drop season opener

EVERETT — The Wenatchee United FC of 2014 has dissipated and has been reintroduced as Wenatchee FC for 2015.