WENATCHEE — Wenatchee United FC keeps finding ways to hinder its winning chances, and Saturday’s 3-2 loss against the Spokane Shadow was no exception. The Capitals (0-4-0) drew a penalty kick in the seventh minute of a handball call, which set the Shadow up for an easy opportunity to go ahead 1-0.
EVERETT — The Quincy Jackrabbits boys soccer team almost suffered an epic collapse late in the second half in Saturday’s 1A state quarterfinal contest that would have haunted it for some time. But even after giving up goals in the 78th and 79th minute, Quincy found a way to keep its season alive.
EAST WENATCHEE — Last year, the Cashmere and Cascade baseball teams advanced to the 1A state semifinals, where they played each other. On Saturday, the Bulldogs and Kodiaks were looking at the possibility of playing each other again, this time in a state quarterfinal contest, with the winner moving on to the semis.
YAKIMA — The Wenatchee Panthers baseball squad compiled a pair of dominant wins Saturday to advance to the class 4A state semifinals. Wenatchee defeated Lewis & Clark 3-0 in the opening round of state and went on to beat Big Nine rival Moses Lake 13-3 in the quarterfinals.
EAST WENATCHEE — There were close races, technical difficulties and a lot of state berths for athletes from the Wenatchee Valley on Thursday at the first day of the 4A District 6 track and field championship at Wildcat Stadium.
The Wenatchee High School equestrian team placed 10th in the medium team division at the recent Washington State High School Equestrian Teams 2014 State Competition in Lynden, but we did really well in our events. The scoring system is a little biased because it is just the sum of all the athletes’ scores, so basically if you don’t have very many members competing, you are at a major disadvantage.
YAKIMA — The Wenatchee Panthers boys tennis squad opened day one of 4A District 6 tournament play Saturday with plenty to play for in the district semifinals. Four players advanced to the semifinals and seven of the nine total will return to compete Monday.
WENATCHEE — Minutes after his team completed what was arguably the biggest upset of the season in Caribou Trail League soccer, Brewster Bears coach Ernie Santos was already picking apart his team’s deficiencies.