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Small school football: Kodiaks to take on Leopards

The Cascade football team upended the Quincy in its first game of the season, but will take on a much different beast when it travels south of Yakima to take on Zillah tonight at Andy Collins Memorial Field. The Leopards went undefeated in regular season play last season before being upset by Royal, the loss being enough to strip the Leopards of a postseason berth. The Leopards avenged their late season loss on River View in week one of the 2014 campaign, picking up a 19-14 victory.

Local cyclist takes 4th place at velodrome nationals

Racing around steeply banked turns at nearly 30 miles per hour on a bicycle without brakes could turn some people away from the extreme sport of velodrome. Usually raced indoors, two bicyclists will start on opposite sides of the 400-meter track and start at the same time, quickly gaining speed.
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How 2 Old Goats became Panthers

If you graduated from Chelan High School during the last century, you are qualified to join the Old Goats Club. Some of us even wear ‘Proud to be an Old Goat’ pins to Chelan events to show our loyalty to hometown Mountain Goat students and athletes.
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Four local athletes to play for Wolves

Four local student-athletes get to stay in the Wenatchee Valley to play hockey this season. For Denton Hymer, a junior at Wenatchee, that means saving a bunch of money, too.

WVC soccer: Men draw with CBC; women lose

PASCO — Yonatan Rodriguez’s goal in the 54th minute tied Tuesday’s game with host Columbia Basin at 2-2, and the Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team went on to earn a draw by that score.
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Farrar to join African team in 2015

Tyler Farrar will ride with Africa’s first Union Cycliste Internationale-registered professional continental cycling team in 2015.

Dream golf: A book report

Author’s note: It’s been nearly 50 years since my last book report, back to the 10th grade, I think. I still remember struggling over writing something halfway intelligent about “Catcher In The Rye” by J.D. Salinger — Holden Caulfield coming of age and dealing with angst and alienation that many 15-year-old high school kids were expected to relate to. I think I remember getting a C on the paper, so use that letter grade as a measuring stick for what you are about to read. Thanks.)

WVC women’s soccer: Knights tie Clackamas

CLACKAMAS, Ore. — For the second straight game to start the season Thursday, the Wenatchee Valley College women’s soccer team scored a second-half goal to pull into a tie and earn a point.