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CTL roundup: Cashmere baseball rebounds for win

QUINCY — The Cashmere baseball team’s offense came alive in the bottom of the third and carried the Bulldogs to a lopsided victory Stanfied (Ore.) on Saturday in Quincy.

Multi-sport stars help Chelan girls claim 3rd

YAKIMA — Several members of the Chelan girls basketball team are star players in other sports. Courtney Dietrich and Abby Phelps, for example, have been a part of the Goats’ perennially successful volleyball squad, and Megan Robinson was a member of the Goats’ state championship-winning tennis team a year ago. They certainly don’t have a squad full of basketball specialists. But what they do have is a team full of good athletes with high character, and those qualities can lead a team to where it wants to go just as ...

Okanogan boys hold off Cashmere for 4th

YAKIMA — On Jan. 3, the Cashmere boys basketball team beat Okanogan 85-57. Three weeks later, Okanogan defeated Cashmere 88-75. Saturday’s contest between the two Bulldogs squads — a 1A Hardwood Classic consolation match-up at the Yakima Valley SunDome — was nothing like the previous two games.

Untouchable Brewster wins state title

YAKIMA — Throughout the course of this season, the Brewster girls basketball team’s players periodically got together for what they call ‘pedi parties.’ At those get-togethers, the players painted all of their fingernails red — except for the ring finger. “We painted that one gold,” said junior wing Monica Landdeck. “We call it the ‘gold ball’ nail.”

Brewster girls win 1A state title

There is no doubt about it — the Brewster Bears are the best Class 1A girls basketball team in Washington state. The Bears claimed the state title with a resounding victory Saturday over the previously undefeated Castle Rock Rockets at the Yakima SunDome.

CTL girls move 2 to the semis

YAKIMA — There will be a new 1A girls basketball state champion this season. Okanogan’s heartbreaking loss to King’s in a Thursday Hardwood Classic quarterfinal contest at the Yakima Valley SunDome ensured that fact. A Caribou Trail League squad still has a chance at winning a title, however, thanks to big victories by Brewster and Chelan. In fact, the Goats and Bears are each one win away from meeting for a fourth time this season — with a state championship at stake.

State 1A boys: Cashmere, Okanogan fall

YAKIMA — Because the Cashmere and Lynden Christian boys basketball teams played each other on Dec. 27, it seemed clear that the team that could make better adjustments for the squads’ Thursday rematch in a 1A Hardwood Classic quarterfinal contest at the Yakima Valley SunDome would be the team that would prevail. In the end, it was equally apparent that the Lyncs were able to make the changes that they needed to make, and the Bulldogs weren’t.

5 locals win state wrestling titles

TACOMA — A misstep drove Asa Schwartz all season long and repentance propelled him onto the first-place podium Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Schwartz (220 pounds) clinched his first state title as a junior and helped Chelan to a fifth place team finish in a 6-4 overtime win by scoring a takedown.

Okanogan girls, Cashmere boys clinch state regional berths

OMAK — The Caribou Trail League dominated the Northeast A League in the bi-district basketball tournaments. CTL teams lost just one game to NEA squads during the course of the tourney, which began last weekend in Spokane and concluded Friday and Saturday in Omak and Okanogan.

State wrestling: EHS’s Wickham, Hardgrove take 3rd

TACOMA — Hugh Chang lifted his stepson and protégé, Fabian Wickham, off the dirty concrete floor of the Tacoma Dome and carried the brawler for a brief period after the last match. Three third-place finishes in three years is nothing to sneeze at, and Fabian Wickham (106) was collected but appreciative of everything that’s come to him during his long tenure as the best lightweight grappler Eastmont had to offer.

CTL teams clinch 4 state regional berths

SPOKANE VALLEY — Every time the Chelan girls basketball team plays Okanogan, the game — and the result of the game — means a little bit more to the Goats. The two squads have developed a nice rivalry over the past couple of years. That’s not entirely surprising considering the fact that the teams have played each other eight times in the past 15 months.

Locals sign letters of intent

A new tradition was started Wednesday at Wenatchee and Eastmont, as the two schools honored student-athletes that have committed to play sports at colleges on National Letter of Intent signing day with a ceremony in the evening. Each school had four athletes sign with four-year schools.

Brewster girls win, clinch CTL title

BREWSTER — The Brewster girls basketball team wanted to go unbeaten this season. That’s not going to happen, not after Chelan handed the Bears their first loss of the season on Saturday. Brewster’s players were able to learn some things about themselves in defeat, however — lessons that they will surely apply to the rest of their season. They knew that they’d have to play very well to beat Okanogan, the defending 1A state champions, on Tuesday, and they were able to do just that — thanks in part to ...

Okanogan boys earn share of CTL title

BREWSTER — Justin Rivas might be the quickest player in the Caribou Trail League, which is why he’s so good at getting back in transition for easy layup opportunities. The Okanogan guard entered the Bulldogs’ Tuesday game against Brewster second in the league in scoring, and against the Bears he demonstrated how he’s been able to rack up a large share of his points this season.

Depleted Wildcats fall to Sunnyside

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont wrestling team has had some definite highlights this season. Thursday night was not one of them. Undefeated Sunnyside trounced the depleted Wildcats 43-19 in their final home Big Nine dual meet of the season, eliminating Eastmont (2-2) from league title contention.