WENATCHEE — Newly acquired forward Troy Conzo — playing in only his fourth game of the season — scored the go-ahead and eventual game-winning penalty shot as the Wenatchee Wild squeaked by the visiting Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 3-2 on Saturday night at the Town Toyota Center.
Yellow larch needles litter the laundry room floor where I dropped my hunting clothes Sunday night. After devoting 10 days to the pursuit of elk meat for our freezer, I’m reluctant to sweep up the mess. It’s all I have to show for the effort.
There’s a special mystique to high school football in America, whether it be the tradition of playing in front of the home town, soaking in the glare of those vaunted Friday night lights or the nearly-pungent camaraderie between maturing young men learning about the teamwork seen on the field.
MOUNT VERNON — The Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team scored 50 goals during the regular season, the second most in the Northwest Athletic Conference. The Knights’ stellar offensive play was a driving force behind their second-place finish in the East Region and the procurement of their first playoff berth since 2008.
The Cascade boys cross country team has qualified for the 1A state meet for the first time in its history. Led by junior Daniel Olmstead, the Kodiaks will head to Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco on Saturday in hopes of a decent finish in the team standings.