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Prep Tuesday: Eastmont softball doubles up Davis

YAKIMA — The Davis softball team jumped out to an early 8-1 lead against visiting Eastmont on Tuesday afternoon, but the Wildcats’ offense put up 11 third-inning runs to grab the lead, and tacked on another 10 runs in the seventh to put the Pirates away.

Prep Monday: Omak girls tennis edges Chelan, Goats boys return the favor

OMAK — The Omak girls tennis team beat visiting Chelan 3-2 on Monday night. Omak is stacked at the top. No. 1 doubles player Jenna Bucsko continued her undefeated start by beating visiting Chelan’s Sydney Thomson in three sets and the No. 1 doubles duo of Alex and Jennifer O’Dell swept Chelan’s Madeline Peebles and Sierra Rothlisberger.

Prep Friday: Eastmont softball sweeps aside Wenatchee

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont softball team closed out its first week of the league season by sweeping a key doubleheader on Friday against the visiting Panthers to finish off a three-game weeklong sweep. The Wildcats dominated the opener, winning 16-6 despite leaving nine runners stranded on base and Eastmont survived a barrage of self-inflicted wounds to pull off an 11-10 comeback win in a darkness-shortened nightcap.

AppleSox add trio of Bruins

WENATCHEE — Three UCLA recruits who will join the Bruins in the fall will first play for the Wenatchee AppleSox this summer. The future Bruins joining the AppleSox will be catcher Michael Toglia, infielder Ryan Kreidler, and outfielder Jeremy Ydens.

Wild drop Game 1 to Chilliwack in second round of playoffs

CHILLIWACK, British Columbia — After two periods of play, it was Collin Burston 2, Vimal Sukamaran 2. Over those first two frames, the opposing players from the Wenatchee Wild and Chilliwack Chiefs had combined for of all the scoring in Game 1 of the teams’ second round series of the Fred Page Cup playoffs. But Sukumaran had a hack trick up his sleeve, notching his third goal in Period 3 to help the Chiefs take the opener 4-3 Friday in front of 1,507 fans at Prospera Centre.

Three Bulldogs selected for All-Star game

It looks like the Okanogan girls basketball team has more to look forward to after winning back-to-back state titles in 2015 and 2016. Junior standouts Jill Townsend and Jordyn Boesel have been selected to play in the annual Washington/Idaho All-Star game later this month. Coach Bryan Boesel will coach the Washington team.