EAST WENATCHEE —If a team is going to have a bad game, perhaps it’s best to get it out of the way. The Eastmont bowling team certainly followed that logic in the 4A Columbia Basin Big Nine district meet Tuesday at Eastmont Lanes. With a trip to state up for grabs, the Wildcats bowled a less than ideal 862 in their first game, but head coach Jeremy Anders reminded his girls that a tournament is not won or lost in one game.
CASHMERE — The Cashmere boys basketball team knew it needed a win at home against Caribou Trail League-rival Chelan to even have a chance at the league’s No. 1 seed. The Bulldogs delivered just that with a convincing 57-45 victory on Tuesday night.
In a presentation that was educational and entertaining told to a standing-room-only audience at the Wenatchee River Institute on Jan. 14, biologist David Moskowitz recounted his adventure of following the 1,200-mile-long trail of a GPS-collared wild wolf, named OR7, from its birth place near Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness to its new territory near the Oregon-California border in the hills near Ashland, Ore.
WENATCHEE — Moses Lake senior guard Mitch Hohman drilled the go-ahead and eventual game-winning 3-pointer with 3.5 seconds left as the Chiefs beat host Wenatchee 75-73 in a double-overtime thriller at Wenatchee High School on Friday.
FAIRBANKS. Alaska — As if Alaska wasn’t cold enough. The Wenatchee Wild received a chilly welcome from their former division foes as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs beat blew them out, by hockey standards, 7-1 Friday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena.