WENATCHEE — Every year, Wenatchee Wild head coach Bliss Littler starts over with a new roster. There are certain processes a team needs to go through in order to win games in the North American Hockey League, and every year it takes time.
WENATCHEE — With three matches left to play in the regular season, the Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team controls its own playoff fate, but the Knights know that there will be a lot of challenges along the way.
CASHMERE — For the last 12 seasons, the Cashmere girls soccer team has finished atop the Caribou Trail League standings. That streak ended Tuesday when Cascade beat the Bulldogs for the second time this season, clinching the league title.
OTHELLO — The visiting Quincy football team was forced to strip down its offense due to adverse weather Friday, but still managed to take down Othello 34-6 in Central Washington Athletic Conference play.
CASHMERE — At the beginning of the season, the Cascade football team set three goals for itself — win the Pear Bowl, clinch the Caribou Trail League championship and qualify for the 1A state tournament. The Kodiaks were able to cross all three goals off the list on the same night.
WENATCHEE — On Thursday, Wenatchee football head coach Scott Devereaux said his team needed to limit Moses Lake’s rushing attack, make plays on special teams, win the turnover battle and connect on some deep plays if the Panthers were to beat the Chiefs and clinch at least a share of the Columbia Basin Big Nine title.
Last season the Fairbanks Ice Dogs eliminated the Wenatchee Wild from the North American Hockey League postseason with a 3-2 win in Game 5 of the second round. The Wild get their first chance at avenging that loss Friday and Saturday when the Ice Dogs visit the Town Toyota Center.
WENATCHEE — At the start of the season, the Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team struggled with consistency, as most young teams at the junior college level do. The Knights weren’t playing bad, necessarily, but they didn’t really have the look of a contender either. Their streaks — winning and losing — weren’t long, and for awhile, they were the definition of a .500 team.