WENATCHEE - Coaches are a different breed. They possess an uncanny ability to find flaws in wins and silver linings in losses that the average pom-pom waving, 'C'mon, Blue!' yelling fan might not discern.
As I sit in my living room and write these words, it’s been less than 24 hours since Jordan Spieth won the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place. Or to put it another way, less than a day since Dustin Johnson lost his bid at his first golf major — a choking loss that was heartbreaking to watch. More on that in a moment.
QUINCY – Batters up! The 26th Annual Tony Mora Sr. Memorial Tournament will be held June 27-28 at the Quincy parks. The weekend of local softball will be in a round robin format with upper and lower divisions.
It was exciting to see the enthusiasm generated at an early June press conference at Town Toyota Center announcing the Wenatchee Wild joining the British Columbia Hockey League. Ever since the team was formed several years ago, it has been a talked-about move that has so many positives.
The Wenatchee Racquet and Athletic Club sent three teams to Yakima to compete in a United States Tennis Association Pacific Northwest 40-and-over mixed doubles tournament last weekend. Local teams competed against other club teams from Central Washington and North Central Oregon.
WENATCHEE — It took nearly four hours for the Corvallis Knights to beat the Wenatchee AppleSox on Sunday at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium, and when they did, each team had reached double-digit run totals and posted a crooked number in the ninth inning.