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Prep focus: Quincy soccer team not satisfied after 2-0 win over Lindbergh in 2A state semis

SUMNER — There was jubilation on the field and in the stands amongst Quincy boys soccer supporters Friday night at Sunset Stadium in Sumner as the Jackrabbits put the finishing touch on a 2-0 win over Lindbergh to punch their ticket to the 2A boys soccer state championship game. But, through all the celebrations, Jacks coach Arturo Guerrero remained steadfastly focused on the task at hand.

State softball preview: Omak, Brewster focusing on themselves

Omak softball coach Rick Duck doesn’t know anything about the Pioneers’ first-round opponent Chimacum. Duck instead is approaching Omak’s (14-7) showdown with the Cowboys (13-6) just like he has any other game, by focusing on fundamentals and aspects of the game that he can control.

State baseball preview: Wenatchee heads to Pasco two games away from perfection

The best motivation for winning can be losing, specifically if it’s one haunting loss that gnaws at a team over nine lonely months of offseason. Last season, the Wenatchee Panthers baseball team suffered such a loss. In the 2015 4A state baseball tournament quarterfinals, the Panthers led Decatur 1-0 in the sixth inning with ace Grady Miller on the mound.

Wenatchee FC falls to visiting Bellingham United

WENATCHEE — After heading into halftime scoreless in their home contest with Bellingham United on Sunday, Wenatchee FC conceded two second-half goals and couldn’t complete a comeback, falling 2-1 at the Apple Bowl.

Hill joins Wild front office

Tim Hill joins the Wenatchee Wild front office staff, taking over day-to-day business operations. Don West left the same post to pursue sports talk radio with KPQ earlier this month.

Wenatchee ace Miller to play for AppleSox

WENATCHEE — Grady Miller, a left-handed pitcher from Wenatchee High School, and Miceal Taylor, a right-handed pitcher from Oregon Tech, round out the Wenatchee AppleSox 28-man roster, AppleSox coach AJ Proszek announced on Tuesday.