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WVC Wednesday: Volleyball team’s win streak snapped

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.
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WSU must win out to qualify for bowl

PULLMAN — The Cougars waited until their backs were firmly against the wall, but with four games left and needing four wins to be eligible for a bowl game, Washington State football players admitted to a little big-picture thinking during Monday’s press conference.
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WVC volleyball: Knights’ winning streak rolls on

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.
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Cougars feel refreshed after bye week

PULLMAN — Washington State football players addressed the media for the first time since the Oct. 10 Stanford game on Monday, and the consensus was that the players feel refreshed after a badly needed bye week.
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Cougars hit needed bye week

PULLMAN — After seven consecutive night games to open the season, Washington State finally has a bye week. It will be a good opportunity for the Cougars, who are starting to look a little beat up, to get off their feet for a few days and for the coaches to hit the road and do some recruiting.

Back to reality for some Pac-12 football teams

It was a reality-check kind of Saturday in Pac-12 football. Arizona learned it isn’t elite yet. Cal discovered it can’t play video-game football every week. And UCLA, well, the Cactus Bowl in Tempe is deeply interested in the Bruins.

Alvarez leads WVC soccer to blowout win

WENATCHEE — Josh Alvarez continued his offensive onslaught, and the Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team got back on the winning track Saturday.
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WVC: Knights volleyball loses 5-set match

WENATCHEE — Hunter Durham dived for the ball, and when her dig attempt came up short, she slammed her hands on the floor of Smith Gymnasium. She knew she had missed an opportunity to keep the match going, and that her Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team had missed an opportunity to pick up a crucial victory.
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Cougars still have goals despite loss

PULLMAN — Over the past three weeks the Washington State football team has been the very definition of competitive, winning a game by a single point and then losing one by the same margin Saturday night.
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Huskies know they must improve

After five games, the Washington football team is 4-1 in its first season under coach Chris Petersen. Coming off a 20-13 loss to No. 16 Stanford on Saturday, the Huskies are in the middle of their one bye week this season. Here’s a progress report ahead of UW’s first Pac-12 road game, at California on Oct. 11: