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Wild beat Brahmas

WENATCHEE – The Wild beat South-division leading Lone Star 4-3 on Friday night at the Town Toyota Center.
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Changes lead to improved Rams defense

EAST WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Rams have been around for more than a decade, and they’ve had plenty of success during that time. They’ve won multiple championships and have established themselves as one of the Washington Football League’s cornerstone franchises.

New mountain bike ride, run this June

WENATCHEE — It wasn’t long after Evan Plews had moved to Wenatchee in 2013 and had ventured into the foothills for some mountain biking that Plews and his buddies came to a conclusion.

Trail running film festival coming to Wenatchee

WENATCHEE — Get ready for a good dose of trail running. RunWenatchee and AdventureWenatchee will host the international Trails In Motion Film Festival beginning at 6 p.m. April 8 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

Prep Wednesday: Eastmont track and field falls to West Valley

SPOKANE — Despite some good individual results, the Eastmont track and field team was beat big by West Valley (Spokane) on Thursday at the West Valley Invite. The Eagles boys beat the Wildcats 91.5-56.5 while the West Valley girls won 86-46. 

Schoolhouse Rugby wins second match

Schoolhouse Rugby extended its winning streak Saturday with a 59-7 win over the Yakima Griffons on Saturday at Confluence Park in Wenatchee.

Injury-depleted Wild ready for stretch run

Experience is a funny thing. In order to gain it, you have to be patient. But with seven games remaining and several important players injured, the Wenatchee Wild can't afford to wait as they kick off a two-game series today against the Amarillo Bulls and will need their younger players to use their limited experience to help the team in the season's home stretch.
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Rams seek fourth straight WFL title

WENATCHEE -- A lot of coaches are ardent supporters of the 'one game at a time' philosphy, believing that it's best to have players focus solely on their upcoming contest so that they don't get distracted by thinking about things that may or not happen later in the season.