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Okanogan boys thumped by Morton-White Pass

SPOKANE – Prior to its matchup against Okanogan in Thursday's 2B Hardwood Classic quarterfinal game at Spokane Arena, the Morton-White Pass boys basketball team had won 52 consecutive games.

WVC men enter ‘playoff mentality’ by embracing unselfish play

On Feb. 11, the Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team let a second-half lead slip away in a home loss to Columbia Basin. That defeat was the Knights’ fourth in five games, and dropped them to 4-5 in the Northwest Athletic Conference East Region.

Sox add two Gonzaga players

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Applesox received a double dose of Bulldogs on Tuesday as manager AJ Proszek announced that Gonzaga’s Gage Burland and Nick Nyquist will join the team for the upcoming season.

Velocity Swimming wins IES title

Velocity Swimming, Wenatchee Valley’s only year-round swim club, accomplished what had not been done in the Wenatchee Valley in more than 20 years — win the Inland Empire Short Course Championship Title.

Entiat boys win thanks to complete team effort

WENATCHEE — By the end of the game, some of the Tulalip-Heritage players had their hands on their hips, some had their palms up and some were keeled over at the waist. They had been totally dominated.

Wild prepared to face unfamiliar foe

WENATCHEE — All coaches in all sports crave information. Video, stats, scouting reports, bring it on. But nothing can truly replace good on-the-ice, in-game intelligence.

Cashmere’s Knishka fulfilling a prophecy

He calls it “the world’s most realistic looking fake slug.” It’s a small, slimy prop that Cashmere girls coach Brent Darnell keeps tucked away in his coaching bag. During the team’s first bus trip last season, he decided to jokingly bug his star player, whom he describes as “nasty, fiery and competitive” on the court.