Alex Ludeman, 17, a multi-class driver from Waterville, may remain humble about his racing career, and non-committal about his future in the sport, for now, but don’t tell the folks around him – because they’re getting excited. He’s turned heads in the Legends class, racing with the Columbia River Legends, a travelling class that makes a few stops every year at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval – where Ludeman is a regular in the local Mini Super Stocks class.
YAKIMA — Even at breakfast the following morning, the Cashmere girls basketball team’s players were still emotionally struggling with their Friday loss to Lynden Christian in a 1A Hardwood Classic semifinal contest.
YAKIMA — When Okanogan boys basketball coach Mike Carlquist and the Bulldogs players look back on their 2014 1A Hardwood Classic semifinal game against King's years from now, their minds will most likely be flooded with painful memories.
YAKIMA — All season long, the Cashmere girls basketball team has thrived because of its defense. The Bulldogs have a lot of athletic, experienced, basketball-savvy players that can excel in a variety of different defensive schemes that head coach Brent Darnell likes to deploy and change at regular intervals.
YAKIMA — It’s a sister act that will be showing this year only for the Cashmere girls basketball team, but Bulldogs senior Lauren Johnson and her younger sibling, freshman Abbie Johnson, are bound and determined to make it a memorable one.
YAKIMA — Justin Rivas had no idea how much time was on the clock when he stole the ball away from a Cedar Park Christian player near midcourt with two seconds left in a tied game Thursday at the Yakima SunDome in a 1A Hardwood Classic quarterfinal contest.