EAST WENATCHEE — Before Thursday night’s contest, the Wenatchee volleyball team had beaten Eastmont 46 out of the 50 times the teams had played each other since 1976, according to local historian Bruce Bennett.
After sleeping on the floor next to baggage claim in East Wenatchee’s Pangborn Memorial Airport Oct. 2 and losing their luggage along their way to Texas, the Wenatchee Wild came away without a point in their two-game series against the Corpus Christ IceRays last weekend.
WENATCHEE — Hunter Durham dived for the ball, and when her dig attempt came up short, she slammed her hands on the floor of Smith Gymnasium. She knew she had missed an opportunity to keep the match going, and that her Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team had missed an opportunity to pick up a crucial victory.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — For the second consecutive night, the Wenatchee Wild let the Corpus Christi IceRays take the early lead. The Wild could not recover as the host IceRays completed the two-game sweep with a 2-1 victory Saturday night.