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WVC Saturday: Knights volleyball swept by Timberwolves

PENDLETON, Ore. – The Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team was swept by three-time defending Northwest Athletic Conference champion Blue Mountain on Saturday, finishing its Oregon road trip with a 1-1 record.

Pateros boy recovering from head injury

SEATTLE — A Pateros High School football player was reported in satisfactory condition Friday in Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center a week after he collapsed as he was walking off the field during a game against Waterville High School.

WVC Wednesday: Not much offense for Knights soccer squads

WENATCHEE – Some ties are better than others. For the Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team, its draw with Walla Walla on Wednesday felt like a win, in some ways – or at the least much better than a loss.

The Prep Beat: Big-race experience good for Panthers cross country squads

One of the reasons Wenatchee cross country coach Susan Valdez takes her team to Portland for the Nike XC Invitational each year is to get her runners big-time exposure while taking them out of their comfort zones in a comfortable environment. Saturday’s event seemed to live up to the hype.

Late goals push Wild past Smoke Eaters

CHILIWACK, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild scored twice in the third period Sunday on their way to a 3-1 win over the Trail Smoke Eaters in their second game in the Bauer BCHL Showcase at the Prospera Centre.

Wild win, remain undefeated

CHILIWACK, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild scored three second-period goals to beat the Vernon Vipers 3-2 at Prospera Centre on Saturday night.

WVC Saturday: Knights men’s soccer beats North Idaho

WENATCHEE – After starting its Northwest Athletic Conference East Region schedule with three straight losses, the Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team knew it couldn’t afford to fall further behind in the standings.