Seven Velocity Swimming athletes competed in the Western Zone Age Group Championships, held Aug. 6-9 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, while representing the Inland Empire All-Star Swimming Team (eastern Washington, northern Idaho and eastern Oregon).
EAST WENATCHEE — With only three races left in the Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval schedule, championship titles are in sight for many drivers. Saturday night’s race proved valuable in this hunt for the overall season champion.
The Wally’s House of Booze softball team, powered by Custom Electric and Mr.Shredz.com, won the championship in the men’s REC division at the United States Specialty Sports Association REC State Tournament Men’s Slowpitch tournament last weekend in Tacoma.
WENATCHEE — Host families, or in the hockey world, billets, are essential in order to have elite hockey talent come to the Wenatchee Valley. There is a shortage of billets for the inaugural season of the Wenatchee Wolves, a new developmental league team in the Northern Pacific Hockey League.
I was excited to be invited to play the newest golf course in the Northwest, Gamble Sands, just a few miles north of Brewster, on Friday. This event was held for VIPs and media one day before the course opened for public play. (I don’t know which of those two groups I belong, so I’ll just presume both.)