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Late Afternoon

Hi70° Scattered Showers

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Wednesday

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Wednesday Night

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Thursday

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Friday

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Friday Night

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Good times at River Run

WENATCHEE — At 11 years of age, Ella Loewen is relatively new to the running world. Prior to Saturday’s River Run, she had completed two 5Ks in her life — Turkey on the Run and the Bundle-Up Run.
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Eastmont volleyball: Wildcats look to contend

EAST WENATCHEE — In her second year as Eastmont head coach, Molly Nelson is looking to establish the volleyball team as a competitive squad in the Columbia Basin Big Nine.

Wild stumble out of gate at NAHL Showcase

BLAINE, Minn. — The Wild got off to a hot start Saturday in their final game of the NAHL Showcase, but sputtered at the end, losing in overtime to the Minot Minotauros 4-3.

Small school Saturday: Cascade volleyball handles East Valley

YAKIMA — The Cascade volleyball team beat the home East Valley squad in straight sets Saturday afternoon. The Ala’ilima-Daley sisters continued their stellar play as Eliana totalled 22 kills and Makena added 13 more with 90 percent service. Kodiak setter Mariah McEachern had 40 assists and libero Kaycee O’Brien added 18 digs in the winning effort.

IceRays shut down Wild

BLAINE, Minn. - The Wenatchee Wild lost their second game in three days Friday, as they were shutout by the Corpus Christi IceRays 2-0 at the NAHL Showcase.

Small school football: Brewster looks to extend hot start

The Brewster Bears football team has come out of the gates firing on all cylinders, getting out to a 2-0 start. Brewster went 3-7 in the Caribou Trail League a year ago. Now in the Central Washington 2B League, the Bears returned eight starters on each side of the ball.

Scrambling for dollars

I don’t usually like to play in charity golf scrambles for various reasons. One, they are typically over five-plus hours long when 18 holes should be played in about three-and-a half hours. Two, they are sometimes governed by a funky, hard-to-understand handicap system, whereby a ridiculous 20-under par is required to win or at least be in the conversation. And three, you wait at least 10 minutes on every hole waiting to tee off, and that takes you out of any rhythm you might hope to establish. One and three ...