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Prep Thursday: Brewster volleyball team gives Manson its first loss

BREWSTER — In a huge Central Washington 2B League matchup, the Brewster volleyball team soundly defeated visiting Manson in four sets on Thursday night, drawing energy from a large crowd on their home court on their Breast Cancer Awareness night to earn a big victory.

Wild stay hot, cruise over Spruce Kings

WENATCHEE — The Wild scored in every period, Troy Conzo recorded a hat trick, six different Wenatchee players scored and the Wild cruised to their fifth straight win over Prince George by a final tally of 8-1 Saturday night at Town Toyota Center.

1973 Wenatchee Panthers, Part III: Almost perfect: Wenatchee falls in state title game

After keeping all of its regular-season opponents off the scoreboard, the 1973 Wenatchee football team finally allowed its first points in its first playoff game, in which the Panthers topped Fort Vancouver 10-7. The Panthers returned to their shutout ways the following week against Evergreen to set up a state title clash with Kentridge.

WVC hires new softball coach to replace Pflugrath

Michael Garoutte is the new head coach for Knights softball at Wenatchee Valley College, replacing longtime coach Shelly Plugrath, who retired from the position in the spring.

Panthers football team falls to Ike on Homecoming

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee football team’s 2016 struggles continued Thursday night, as the host Panthers dropped their homecoming game 48-31 to the Eisenhower Cadets at the Apple Bowl.

1973 Wenatchee Panthers, Part II: Domination

After proving a formidable force in the Columbia Basin Big Nine over the course of the first four weeks of the season, Lee Bofto’s 1973 Panthers team proved a legitimate contender for the state title after its next four games.

Prep spotlight: Aggressive attack driving Omak football team

With every passing week, the game of football is becoming more fast paced. At the NFL and college levels, spread offenses are taking over, and teams are trying to push themselves up and down the field as quickly as possible.
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Prep focus: Panthers come back to beat Bulldogs in shootout

WENATCHEE — For much of Tuesday night’s contest with Wenatchee at the Apple Bowl, it looked like the Cashmere girls soccer team would capture its second win over a Columbia Basin Big Nine school of the season. After the Bulldogs had jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead, they appeared to be in control of the contest. But the Panthers refused to concede defeat, and they responded to earn a solid victory in a shootout.