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Prep Thursday: Wenatchee wrestling team falls to Moses Lake

WENATCHEE — The Panthers began their season with a strong opening night against Columbia Basin Big Nine-powerhouse Moses Lake. Wenatchee lost 55-15 despite earning three victories and remaining competitive in most matches.

Prep Tuesday: Eastmont boys basketball team holds off Cashmere in opener

CASHMERE — The season opener for the Eastmont and Cashmere boys basketball teams could hardly have been more tense. In a battle that went all the way down to the wire, Eastmont’s JR Alvarez hit a key three-pointer in the final minute of the game to break a 59-59 tie, and the Wildcats held on for a 62-61 road win at Cashmere High School to start the season off on the right foot.
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Prep focus: Quincy boys basketball team comes from behind to top Cascade

LEAVENWORTH — For the first half of its season opener Tuesday at Cascade, the Quincy boys basketball team was struggling to slow down an explosive Kodiaks offense. But a swarming Jacks defense and a Cascade cold spell turned the tide of the battle, and the visitors found a way to steal a road win to start their campaign.

Prep Tuesday: Eastmont boys basketball team holds off Cashmere in opener

CASHMERE — The season opener for the Eastmont and Cashmere boys basketball teams could hardly have been more tense. In a battle that went all the way down to the wire, Eastmont’s JR Alvarez hit a key three-pointer in the final minute of the game to break a 59-59 tie, and the Wildcats held on for a 62-61 road win at Cashmere High School to start the season off on the right foot.

Dressel first Velocity swimmer to swim at U.S. winter nationals

WENATCHEE — Isabelle Dressel’s performance at the 4A girls swimming and diving state meet was remarkable in a number of ways. Her swim in the 100-yard breaststroke was a top-10 time in Washington state history, a team record for Wenatchee High School, and a high school All-American automatic time.
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Wild remain perfect at home with trio of weekend wins

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild left no doubt which was the superior team on Saturday night, scoring four goals in the first period and five in the third en route to a 11-2 win over the West Kelowna Warriors at Town Toyota Center.

Wild look to right the ship with a trio of home games

WENATCHEE — Every team that travels goes through long, not-so-pleasant road trips at one time or another. For the Wenatchee Wild, it was last week. The Wild played four games in five different cities in just five days. 

Wild lose third game in a row

WEST KELOWNA, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild lost to the West Kelowna Warriors 4-2 on Saturday night at Royal LePage Place, Wenatchee’s third consecutive loss. Wenatchee had plenty of chances to score goals, outshooting the Warriors 49-19.

Slow start dooms Wild to second straight defeat

MERRITT, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild started slowly and couldn’t steady the ship fast enough Friday, falling 4-1 to the Merritt Centennials at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena after a brutal first period. It was Wenatchee’s second consecutive loss after a 7-3 loss Thursday to Chilliwack.

Cascade girls soccer team falls in heartbreaking 1A state semifinal

SHORELINE — The Cascade girls soccer team dominated Friday’s 1A state semifinal clash with La Salle at Shoreline Stadium. The Kodiaks controlled the possession, created a multitude of chances and generally were more dangerous throughout the match.

Wenatchee Central Lions Club to host Apple Cup Party

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Central Lions Club on Nov. 18 will host an Apple Cup Tailgate Party at the Wenatchee Center. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., and will feature a beer and wine bar. A tailgate lunch will be available for $15. The Wenatchee High School drum line will perform as well as sing the Star Spangled Banner and will lead the Huskies and Cougars fight songs.