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Cascade girls soccer team falls in heartbreaking 1A state semifinal

SHORELINE — The Cascade girls soccer team dominated Friday’s 1A state semifinal clash with La Salle at Shoreline Stadium. The Kodiaks controlled the possession, created a multitude of chances and generally were more dangerous throughout the match.

WIAA executive board approves RPI committee for seeding

With the implementation of a Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) to seed the 2016 WIAA Boys and Girls State Basketball Championships, the WIAA Executive Board approved an RPI Committee at its November meeting, Monday.
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Seven in a row: Wenatchee offense comes alive in 6-1 win over Trail

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild won their seventh straight game on Saturday night, beating the Trail Smoke Eaters 6-1 at Town Toyota Center. With the win, the Wild improve to an impressive 17-2-1 record with 35 points. Wenatchee still holds a four-point lead over British Columbia Hockey League Mainland division rival Chilliwack — who beat Coquitlam 9-1 on Saturday evening — ahead of the teams’ meeting on Wednesday.

Ephrata girls soccer team blanked by Liberty at state

ISSAQUAH — The Ephrata girls soccer team saw its season come to an end Wednesday in the first round of the 2A state tournament with a 3-0 loss to host Liberty. The Tigers end the campaign with a 13-6 overall record.

Ephrata girls soccer team blanked by Liberty at state

The Ephrata girls soccer team saw its season come to an end Wednesday in the first round of the 2A state tournament with a 3-0 loss to host Liberty. The Tigers end the campaign with a 13-6 overall record.

Wild making big impact off the ice

On the ice, the Wenatchee Wild are putting the British Columbia League on notice. The Wild are tied for second in the BCHL with 31 points through 18 games. They boast some of the most skilled players in the league and lead the league in goals scored. Wenatchee will play an odd home-and-away set this weekend, traveling north for a bout with Mainland division rival Langley on Thursday before welcoming the Trail Smoke Eaters to Town Toyota Center on Saturday.