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Prep Tuesday: Cashmere girls basketball overwhelms Eastmont

CASHMERE — The Cashmere girls basketball squad got off to a slow start in a non-league matchup against visiting Eastmont on Tuesday, but was able to make successful halftime adjustments and came away with a 77-47 win.

Prep Saturday: Panthers boys rally for win

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee boys basketball team trailed visiting Gonzaga Prep by one entering the fourth quarter Saturday, but the Panthers’ defense limited second chance opportunities down the stretch and scored enough to keep the visiting Bullpups at bay and emerge victorious, 45-38.

‘Tiger Town’ gears up for another run state title

NAPAVINE — Early Monday afternoon, aside from two barreling trains passing on tracks that bisect the downtown district, not much of a racket could be heard in this sleepy town in Lewis County.

2B football state tournament: Bulldogs’ quest culminates in Tacoma

Okanogan football coach Erick Judd thought he had a team that could compete for the 2014 Caribou Trail League title. But because of enrollment realignments during the spring, Okanogan decided transfer to the Central Washington 2B League. In doing so, the Bulldogs’ football team immediately became the favorite to win the league.

1A football state tournament: Colville holds on for win over Cascade

SPOKANE — With two minutes, 45 seconds left in his team’s 1A state tournament semifinal game, Cascade football coach Elia Ala’ilima-Daley turned to his players on the sideline and told them, “This is your defining moment as players. This is your defining moment as a team.”

WVC men’s basketball knocks off East rival

MOUNT VERNON — After struggling in a loss to Portland on Friday, the Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team once again came out flat in the first half of its Saturday game against Blue Mountain in a Skagit Valley Turkey Tourney contest. The Knights shot 25 percent from the field in the first half against the Timberwolves and went into halftime down by 10 points.

Fire rally to earn draw in home opener

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Fire tied 6-6 with the Bellingham United on Saturday at the Wenatchee Sportsplex in the Fire’s first home game of the Western Indoor Soccer League season.