TACOMA — The Panthers bowling squad wrapped up the second day of Class 4A state competition with a total score of 7,638. Wenatchee finished in second place behind Battle Ground, which clinched first with a score of 8,224. Richland was third with a score of 7,325.
BREWSTER — The fact that the Cashmere girls basketball team finished its regular season unbeaten deserves to be commended — after all, the Bulldogs did manage to emerge with an unblemished record even though they played in what is without a doubt the best 1A league in the state. They played at a high level all season long (even though they still insist they have room for improvement), and should feel good about their accomplishments.
TACOMA — The Panthers bowling squad wrapped up the first day of Class 4A state competition with a total score of 5,288. Wenatchee sits in second place behind Battle Ground, which finished the day with a score of 5,709.
Two of the better divers from the Wenatchee Valley grew up together and now compete against each other. And with another postseason approaching, one will be forced to watch his friend vie for a district title.