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Prep Friday: Brewster softball hands Okanogan first league losses

OKANOGAN — Entering Friday, the Okanogan Bulldogs softball squad boasted a pristine 10-0 league in Central Washington 2B League play. Leave it to their regional rivals to spoil that perfection. With a relentless offense and two quality games from star pitcher Markie Miller, the Brewster Bears swept a double header against Okanogan on Friday, winning 12-2 and 15-3 at Okanogan High School.

NBA won’t speed up expansion for Seattle

NEW YORK — NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday that a “shovel ready” arena project in Sodo District won’t hasten any decision by the league on future expansion.

Wenatchee Marathon sees outstanding results

WENATCHEE — There were some phenomenal finishes at last weekend’s Wenatchee Marathon, held Saturday morning in Wenatchee. Over 700 participants competed in the marathon, half-marathon and 10-kilometer races, with some running and others walking.

Cano powers M’s to series win

CLEVELAND — A year ago, Robinson Cano might have stared at that first pitch as it sped through the middle of the zone, taking it for a strike.

Rams open season with comeback win

PUYALLUP — The Wenatchee Valley Rams opened their season with an impressive come-from-behind win Saturday at Chief Leschi Stadium in Puyallup, scoring 21 unanswered points en route to a 21-18 win over the Portland Raiders. The game was the marquee matchup in the Border Wars competition, pitting the best teams in Washington against their Oregon counterparts.

AppleSox sign trio of incoming Nevada players

WENATCHEE — A trio of University of Nevada, Reno commits will join the Wenatchee AppleSox this summer. The three future Nevada players coming to Wenatchee are left-handed pitcher Matt Young, right-handed pitcher Luke Mattson, and outfielder Otis Statum.

Mariners split first two in Cleveland

CLEVELAND — Taijuan Walker pitched six innings without allowing an earned run and Norichika Aoki’s two-run triple provided all of the offense as the Seattle Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Wednesday night at Progressive Field.

Rosenhaus dumps Manziel

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.

Prep CWAC Tuesday: Ephrata boys tennis gets past Othello

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.