The Tour de France is considered the pinnacle of any cyclist’s career. Years of preparation and intense strength and conditioning training are required to participate in the prestigious 2,200-mile race.
WENATCHEE -- The Wenatchee AppleSox were flying high coming back from their trip to Oregon, but find themselves on a bit of a slide after losing to the Bellingham Bells for the second time in as many nights.
WENATCHEE— Every year, in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, a dramatic change takes place in the middle of summer. Anglers, content with pan fish and small nibbles throughout the beginning of the fishing season suddenly become obsessed with one date: July 1.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee experienced a flash from the past at the Super Oval on Saturday. The track hosted two of the oldest race series in the Pacific Northwest: the West Coast Vintage Racers, a club of 1960’s-era speed hounds, and the CAN/AM Early Stocks, a crew of 1930’s coupes with massive horsepower.
RICHLAND — Ephrata’s Aaron Whalen shot 1-over par 72 on Thursday to finish second in the boys 16-17 division at the first Washington Junior Golf Association District 4 sub-district tournament, held at Columbia Point Golf Course.
For Christian Cutter (12) of East Wenatchee and Braden Dilly (13) of Wenatchee, last weekend’s Wine Country swim meet in Toppenish couldn’t have gone better. Both walked away from the meet with a high-point champion trophy.
David Griffin, general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, first met Joe Harris in a hotel corridor before Harris’ Virginia Cavaliers took on the Michigan State Spartans at Madison Square Garden in New York City. During their brief encounter, Griffin joked about having Harris remain a Cavalier at the pro level.
Because I’ve covered Wenatchee Valley College and prep sports during the past few years, I’m always interested in finding out that local prep athletes decide to play at WVC, and observing how they’re able to transition their games to the collegiate level.