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Wild fans choose new season slogan

WENATCHEE -- After a week of open voting on social media sites, the Wenatchee Wild fan base selected the team’s new slogan for the 2016-17 season from a pool of three finalists. This year’s team will adopt the slogan, “Power of the Pack” for the upcoming BCHL season.

Merz’s fishing corner: Wenatchee Valley fishing gets competitive

Fishing on any body of water is always a cheap and affordable way to enjoy being outdoors and spending time with friends and family. Getting paid to do it, however, makes it that much better. Such was the case with the Wenatchee Pike Minnow Derby that occurred June 18-19, which was held by the East Wenatchee Rotary Club and the generous sponsors of Bob Feil Boats and Motors, Hooked on Toys, Weinstein Beverages, Bi-Mart, and the Chelan County PUD.

Best of the best

WENATCHEE — Madalyn Brown of Cascade and Brewster’s Mitch Boesel were named the scholar-athlete award winners on Thursday at the North Central Washington Sports Awards hosted by Wenatchee Valley College Department of Athletics and Wenatchee North Rotary.

AppleSox stumble again, record now sits at 0-5

VICTORIA, Bristish Columbia — Attention all pygmies, capuchins, tamarins, howlers, langurs and mandrills: the Wenatchee AppleSox want you to get away from their collective shoulders.
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NCW Sports Awards to celebrate local prep athletes

WENATCHEE — Former UW husky quarterback and NFL starter Jake Locker will be the keynote speaker at the NCW Sports Awards tonight at Town Toyota Center. The event is a celebration of some of the best individual athletes, coaches and teams from across North Central Washington and is put on by Wenatchee North Rotary and Wenatchee Valley College Department of Athletics.

Gibassier takes third in high jump

TACOMA — Julian Gibassier took third place in the high jump finals with a height of 6 feet, 6 inches. He was finished four inches short of first place.