NEW YORK — Agent Drew Rosenhaus has officially terminated his representation of Johnny Manziel. It marks the second time in two months that an agent has severed ties with the former Cleveland Browns quarterback.
The question has been repeated to Myles Gaskin over and over this offseason, and it probably will continue to be asked until he's able to replicate some of the success from his breakthrough freshman season.
EPHRATA — For the Ephrata boys, the eye of the Tigers spotted a hard fought victory. Winning both a key singles and doubles match, the home squad earned a 4-1 win over Othello at Ephrata High School. The lady Tigers also played well but eventually fell to the Huskies 3-2.
WENATCHEE – Tuesday was a frustrating night all around for the Wenatchee boys soccer team. The Panthers controlled most of their contest with visiting Sunnyside, dominated possession and spent the majority of the game attacking in the Grizzlies’ half, but none of that mattered when the final whistle sounded and the Apple Bowl scoreboard had Sunnyside leading two goals to one.
OKANOGAN — The Brewster boys soccer team continued its season-long trend of lopsided league victories, taking advantage of well-placed shots from distance during intense scoring barrages in each half to earn a dominant 5-0 victory over second-place hosts Okanogan.
SPOKANE — Wenatchee lost two close games over the weekend, one to Gonzaga Prep and one to Central Valley. On Friday night, the Thunder lost 8-6 to G-Prep. Thunder players Kutter Wilkins, Cole Helton and Robey Jorgensen had a goal apiece and Nathan McCarthy recorded a hat trick.
EAST WENATCHEE — Felice Orrell has been tabbed to be Eastmont’s new head basketball coach. Orrell played basketball at Central Valley High School (Spokane) in high school and also played collegiately at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.
ENTIAT — These are the matches that provide postseason motivation. Entiat senior Alberto Quezada lost the first set 4-6 before rallying to win the next sets 6-3 against Oroville’s Nathan Hugus. Rather than play a third set, the two players dueled in an epic tiebreaker which Quezada won 14-12. The win helped contribute to the Tigers’ 4-0 sweep of Oroville Monday at Entiat High School.
ENTIAT — These are the matches that provide postseason motivation. Entiat senior Alberto Quezada lost the first set 4-6 before rallying to win the next set 6-3 against Oroville’s Nathan Hugus. Rather than play a third set, the two players dueled in an epic tiebreaker which Quezada won 14-12. The win helped contribute to the Tigers’ 4-0 sweep of Oroville Monday at Entiat High School.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Timber-wolves are scheduled to interview former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets coach Jeff Van Gundy on Monday in their fast-moving search for a new coach and face of basketball operations, according to league sources.
SAN ANTONIO — For the second straight year, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is the NBA Defensive Player of the Year. Leonard received 547 points and 84 first-place votes from the voting panel of 130 sportswriters and broadcasters.
LEICESTER, England — Premier League leader Leicester Citywill be without striker Jamie Vardy for an extended period of time. Vardy has been charged with improper conduct for his behaviour following his second-half dismissal against West Ham on Sunday, the Football Association has announced.