WENATCHEE – By the end of the day Friday, Wenatchee Valley College athletic director Greg Franz and the Knights’ volleyball players should know if the WVC squad is going to play its 2015 season or not.
EAST WENATCHEE -- For the last couple of weeks, the Wenatchee Valley Rams have been raising money to make the trip to Denver to play in a semi-pro football national championship game, to be held Saturday in Denver.
WENATCHEE — Two hits, so what? No one ever said baseball made sense and the Wenatchee AppleSox reiterated that again on Saturday. The Sox mustered just two base knocks but the latter of those came in the form of a bases loaded two-out double by second baseman Kyle Vanderkin in the sixth inning, sealing Wenatchee’s 4-2 comeback win over the Yakima Valley Pippins at Paul Thomas Sr. Field.
WENATCHEE – Hometown fans were able to view Tyler Burch’s continual transition from legion ball to the West Coast League Friday. Burch, a recent Eastmont High School graduate, just finished his duties with the Apple Valley Packers and earned the starting nod for the Wenatchee AppleSox. Other than a few minor control problems, Burch looked right at home at Paul Thomas Sr. Field, tossing six plus quality innings in a convincing 11-4 win over the Yakima Valley Pippins.
WENATCHEE -- The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League, have announced that Chase Perry has signed to return in goal for the Wild, as the team prepares for its first season in the BCHL.
MOSES LAKE -- Three North Central Washington golfers have qualified for the Washington Junior Golf Association State Championship. Sean Couture of Ephrata, Ethan Boyd of Soap Lake, Hunter Swartz of Malaga earned their state spots with their performances at the WJGA District 4 tuornament, held Monday and Tuesday at Moses Lake Golf Club. Couture finished fifth in the boys 16-17 division, shooting rounds of 79 and 78. Dakota Glover of Oroville finished 12th with rounds of 86 and 85. Griffin Parsons of East Wenatchee was 16th with rounds of 89 ...