WENATCHEE — On a rainy day in North Central Washington, 14 teams descended on Wenatchee High School for the Wenatchee volleyball invitational tournament. In addition to Wenatchee’s varsity and junior varsity teams, groups from Chelan and Eastmont participated.
WENATCHEE — For most of Friday’s game at the Apple Bowl, it looked like the Wenatchee football team would get its first win of the Columbia Basin Big Nine season. Then, the Panthers made it hard on themselves.
YAKIMA — The Eastmont football team jumped out to an early lead Friday night against host Eisenhower. Quintin Porterfield’s 12-yard touchdown run gave the Wildcats a 7-0 advantage after their first drive at Zaepfel Stadium.
BREWSTER — In a huge Central Washington 2B League matchup, the Brewster volleyball team soundly defeated visiting Manson in four sets on Thursday night, drawing energy from a large crowd on their home court on their Breast Cancer Awareness night to earn a big victory.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont girls soccer team needed a solid 80-minute performance to beat visiting Davis on Tuesday night and keep its four-game winning streak going. Despite a good start and a good finish, however, it wasn’t to be.
MANSON — Manson defeated visiting Tonasket in four sets Tuesday night at Manson High School, working past errors with a great team defensive performance to coast to a win that keeps the Trojans unbeaten on the season.
After keeping all of its regular-season opponents off the scoreboard, the 1973 Wenatchee football team finally allowed its first points in its first playoff game, in which the Panthers topped Fort Vancouver 10-7. The Panthers returned to their shutout ways the following week against Evergreen to set up a state title clash with Kentridge.
CASHMERE — After losing its Caribou Trail League opener last week to Okanogan, the Cashmere football team was looking to rebound Friday night against Omak. Safe to say, the Bulldogs did just that, and they did it in style.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont football team has yet to get in the win column for the 2016 season, but the Wildcats put together a much-improved showing Friday night in a 41-27 loss to Sandpoint (Idaho) at Eastmont Stadium.
WENATCHEE — It wasn’t a double-digit scoring night, Wenatchee didn’t attempt 50 shots on goal as they sometimes do, but the Wild took care of business with solid all-around play in a 4-1 win over the Prince George Spruce Kings in front of 1,852 fans on Friday night at Town Toyota Center.