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This Afternoon

Hi25° Snow Likely


Lo20° Snow Likely then Mostly Cloudy


Hi33° Slight Chance Snow

Sunday Night

Lo24° Slight Chance Snow


Hi28° Slight Chance Snow Showers

Monday Night

Lo6° Mostly Cloudy


Hi21° Mostly Sunny

Tuesday Night

Lo3° Mostly Clear


Hi19° Mostly Sunny

Wednesday Night

Lo5° Partly Cloudy


Prep focus: Panthers top Wildcats to take home Bridge of Sportsmanship trophy

EAST WENATCHEE — Wenatchee quarterback Austin Blakney took the snap and an Eastmont pass rusher almost immediately flushed him out of the pocket. Blakney kept his eyes downfield as he rolled to his right, and lineman Kyle Byers gave him extra time with a big block. Blakney noticed receiver Paddy Allen wildly waving his arms in the end zone, so he planted his right foot and launched the ball across his body toward Allen.

Prep focus: Wenatchee Valley sends five harriers to state

WENATCHEE — The course at Walla Walla Point Park was wet and soggy Thursday afternoon, but not enough to dampen the spirits of the Wenatchee and Eastmont cross country teams as they welcomed the rest of the Columbia Basin Big Nine to the valley for the 4A District 6 title meet. And while neither the Panthers nor the Wildcats will send a full team to next weekend’s state tournament, both will be represented in Pasco.

Prep Saturday: Bears volleyball team cruises past Raiders

BREWSTER — The Brewster volleyball team swept Lake Roosevelt in three decisive sets at Brewster High School on Saturday, with set scores of 25-12, 25-7, and 25-18, improving to 7-0 in the Central Washington 2B league and 13-1 overall. 

Wenatchee football team shut out at Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE — Following its first win of Columbia Basin Big Nine play, the Wenatchee football team was looking to carry the momentum gained from last week’s victory over Davis into Moses Lake on Friday night. Instead, the Panthers failed to capitalize as they couldn’t get going at all, falling to the host Chiefs 38-0 in a game they’d like to forget quickly.

Prep focus: Cashmere football team’s offense leads Bulldogs to Bronze Shoe win over Chelan

CHELAN — A week after an emotional Pear Bowl win over Cascade, the Cashmere football team started slowly in its second consecutive rivalry game, falling behind early to host Chelan in the battle for the Bronze Shoe. But the Bulldogs regrouped to open up a lead before halftime, and held onto it despite a late Goats comeback attempt in a 27-18 win Friday night at Sargent Field.