ENTIAT — Although the Entiat football team won its homecoming bout with Central Washington 1B League newcomer Wellpinit Friday afternoon, Tigers head coach Brian Bailey said his team's defense had its worst showing of the season.
CHELAN — After the first three sets of Thursday’s volleyball match between Cascade and Chelan, there was virtually no evidence that one team was better than the other. At that point, the Goats had tallied 71 combined points, while the Kodiaks had 69. The biggest lead that one team had over the other in those first three sets was just five points; most of the time, though, one team held a one- or two-point advantage. The squads were so evenly matched that the match seemed destined to go to a ...
SELAH — The Ephrata Tigers are making a case for themselves in the Central Washington Athletic Conference. The running game was hitting on all cylinders in the Tigers’ 23-6 victory over Selah on Friday night, moving them to 3-2 in CWAC play and 4-2 overall.
WENATCHEE — During the past couple of weeks, Wenatchee volleyball coach LeAnne McGahuey has made it a point to surprise her squad with, in her words, “fun silly things” before a match in an effort to foster team unity. For example, before Tuesday’s tilt with Sunnyside, she told her players that they’d be wearing ‘retro’ uniforms — sleeveless, polyester jersey tops with prominent collars — that dated back to McGahuey’s playing days at Wenatchee in the early 2000s. For the Panthers’ Thursday home match against Eastmont, she decided to have ...
The Cascade vollyeball team is ranked second in the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association 1A rankings, released Monday. The Kodiaks sit behind only Castle Rock in the rankings. They’re joined by fellow Caribou Trail League members Chelan, which sits in fourth place, and Brewster, which is ranked seventh.
MOSES LAKE — The Eastmont girls soccer team took a big step in its push for a state playoff berth Saturday, upsetting Big Nine favorite Moses Lake 6-5 on penalty kicks. The game was tied 2-2 after regulation and two overtime periods.
MOSES LAKE — In their first big test of the Big Nine season, the Wenatchee girls swim and dive team passed with flying colors. The Panthers won 11 of 12 events to defeat Moses Lake 124.5-60.5 in their first league dual meet of the season Thursday.
QUINCY — Did Sergio Magana run into the end zone to score a two-point conversion and give the Ephrata football team a one-point lead over arch-rival Quincy with less than 90 seconds to go in Friday’s Battle of the Basin contest at Jaycee Stadium, or didn’t he? That’s a question that surely will debated in both Columbia Basin towns in the coming weeks, months and possibly years. Heck, even the referees couldn’t agree if Magana had crossed the goal line or not.
WENATCHEE — The third, fourth and fifth hitters in Wenatchee’s lineup went a combined 9-for-14 as the Panthers beat Cascade 16-6 in six innings Tuesday at Walla Walla Point Park. It was the season opener for both teams.
LEAVENWORTH — The Cascade girls soccer team came out with a quiet focus in memory of its fallen coach, but the visiting Cashmere Bulldogs defeated the Kodiaks 4-0 on Tuesday. Cascade wore all-black uniforms in remembrance of longtime soccer coach Colin Powers, who passed away unexpectedly over the summer.
When Cascade girls soccer coach Colin Powers died in July of a heart attack, the Kodiaks players were obviously stunned and distraught. They realized, though, that Powers, a lifelong soccer junkie, would want them to play this season, and play well. That’s exactly what they intend to do under new coach Glen Stefanko, who has been pleased with the way the girls have dealt with the tragedy.
WENATCHEE — Hannah Bruggman picked an opportune time to set a school record. With the visiting Moses Lake Chiefs on the ropes, Bruggman unleashed a blistering 1:00.77 in the 100 backstroke on Thursday, putting the Panthers ahead to stay in their first Big Nine 4A dual meet of the season.
Some were there to play, some just to watch, but all were there to pay their respects to the man who put soccer on the map in the Upper Valley. More than 100 people gathered for an impromptu memorial and pickup soccer game at the Cascade High School soccer field Thursday evening in honor of longtime Cascade soccer coach Colin Powers, who died unexpectedly at his home Tuesday morning.
A number of area teams were dominant on the diamond, track or court this season, and that dominance carried over to post-season awards. The Wenatchee boys tennis team, Panthers boys track squad and Cashmere baseball team are just a few of the teams that racked up awards just like they had victories during the season.