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WVC to hold athletic auction Oct. 17

WENATCHEE — Dress in your favorite team apparel and join the Wenatchee Valley College Knights coaches and athletes for an evening of food, drinks and auction excitement at the seventh annual Knight Athletics Auction and Extravaganza at 7 p.m. Oct. 17 in Smith Gym on the Wenatchee campus.

Cougars’ defense showing some serious claws

On Cal’s first offensive series Saturday, Washington State cornerback Marcellus Pippins nailed his second interception in as many games. And after he managed two pass breakups on the very next series, the Golden Bears got the message and stopped throwing his direction.

Fall 2015 collegians: How they’re faring (through Oct. 1)

Sports editor’s note: If you know of a local student-athlete not listed below that is participating in a fall sport at a four-year college, please email his/her information to Statistics through Oct. 1.

SMU, Brown disciplined for violations

INDIANAPOLIS — Larry Brown will serve a suspension and SMU men’s basketball is banned from the postseason for a lack of head coach control.

Wild win, remain undefeated

CHILIWACK, British Columbia — The Wenatchee Wild scored three second-period goals to beat the Vernon Vipers 3-2 at Prospera Centre on Saturday night.

WVC Saturday: Knights men’s soccer beats North Idaho

WENATCHEE – After starting its Northwest Athletic Conference East Region schedule with three straight losses, the Wenatchee Valley College men’s soccer team knew it couldn’t afford to fall further behind in the standings.

Immediate impact: Trey Adams fitting in quickly at UW

To keep Trey Adams true to his in-state commitment, Washington coaches were expecting a fight with more high-profile programs. Instead, Adams made it easy on them, never wavering in his pledge to the Huskies.