A painted white line on a field of green. Outside it, Tessa McCormick is the center of attention: full of smiles, jokes and laughter. Once the Cashmere girls soccer player crosses that white line, however, she transforms into the emotional leader of a powerhouse program.
WINTHROP — Hunters, woodcutters and other forest recreationists recognize the changing colors and cool crisp mornings as signaling the arrival of fall, a popular time to visit your national forest lands.
The annual Apple Cup Tailgater Luncheon, presented by the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, Wenatchee Central Lions and the Wenatchee Rotary Club, will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the Wenatchee Convention Center.
"Running is one of those sports where you kind of need other people to help push you to go faster,” said Betsy Arlt, Eastmont’s top female cross country runner. “It helps to have them around in a race.”
ENTIAT — Although the Entiat football team won its homecoming bout with Central Washington 1B League newcomer Wellpinit Friday afternoon, Tigers head coach Brian Bailey said his team's defense had its worst showing of the season.