OTHELLO — The visiting Quincy football team was forced to strip down its offense due to adverse weather Friday, but still managed to take down Othello 34-6 in Central Washington Athletic Conference play.
CASHMERE — At the beginning of the season, the Cascade football team set three goals for itself — win the Pear Bowl, clinch the Caribou Trail League championship and qualify for the 1A state tournament. The Kodiaks were able to cross all three goals off the list on the same night.
WENATCHEE — On Thursday, Wenatchee football head coach Scott Devereaux said his team needed to limit Moses Lake’s rushing attack, make plays on special teams, win the turnover battle and connect on some deep plays if the Panthers were to beat the Chiefs and clinch at least a share of the Columbia Basin Big Nine title.
PESHASTIN — The Caribou Trail League-leading Cascade football team narrowly escaped an upset-minded Chelan team Friday, and now controls its own destiny going into this week's Pear Bowl against Cashmere.
MOSES LAKE — The Eastmont football team played a near-even first half against a powerful Moses Lake squad on Friday before the Chiefs blitzed the Cats in the third quarter, scoring 28 unanswered points en route to a 45-13 victory at Lions Field.
The Chelan football team will travel to the Peshastin-Dryden Sports Complex to take on Cascade in Caribou Trail League play tonight, with the winner controlling its own destiny on the road to the 1A state tournament.