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Nadal falls in quarterfinals; Murray charges on

MELBOURNE — Iron-willed Czech Tomas Berdych ended eight years of tyranny under nemesis Rafa Nadal to storm into the Australian Open semifinals earlier today before his next opponent, Andy Murray, restored British colonial rule to the floodlit center court.

WVC basketball: No. 2 men swept in Oregon

PENDLETON, Ore. — The Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team entered weekend play ranked No. 2 in the latest Northwest Athletic Conference coaches poll.

Ice Dogs blast Wild 7-1

FAIRBANKS. Alaska — As if Alaska wasn’t cold enough. The Wenatchee Wild received a chilly welcome from their former division foes as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs beat blew them out, by hockey standards, 7-1 Friday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena.
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‘Daredevil’ Andrews brings UW first Pac-12 road victory

BOULDER, Colo. — With the game clock racing to zero and Wesley Gordon blocking his path to the basket, Andrew Andrews used a crossover dribble and hesitation move that froze the 6-foot-9 Colorado forward and created enough space to get off one final shot.

Federer upset; Nadal powers on

MELBOURNE — Rafa Nadal restored a semblance of order to the Australian Open earlier today after Italian Andreas Seppi sent shockwaves through the tournament by toppling Roger Federer in one of the greatest Melbourne Park upsets in recent memory.
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Wild head north to face familiar foes

Yes, the Wenatchee Wild and the Fairbanks Ice Dogs are no longer in the same division, but don’t think for a second that affects the familiarly or intensity between the two teams.