WENATCHEE — The way that the Wenatchee Valley College women’s basketball team played in its Wednesday home contest against Big Bend was the way it needed to play a few more times this season to clinch a playoff berth.
SEATTLE — C.J. Wilcox overcame a poor shooting night to finish with 17 points, Desmond Simmons drew a crucial charge against Stanford’s Chasson Randle with 5.3 seconds remaining, and Washington held on for a 64-60 win over Stanford on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.
It doesn’t matter if the game has just started or it’s in the process of winding down. It doesn’t matter if the home team is winning big or losing handily. The Wenatchee Valley College students that comprise the student section at Smith Gymnasium for home basketball games (and volleyball matches, for that matter) are going to be passionate, and they’re going to be loud.
WENATCHEE — Both Wenatchee Valley College basketball teams began their Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges East Region schedule with road losses to Spokane last month, the beginning of 0-4 starts in region play for both squads.
YAKIMA — The Wenatchee Valley College women’s basketball team picked up its second Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges East Region victory Wednesday in dominating fashion, beating host Yakima Valley 59-41.
WENATCHEE — After picking up its first Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges East Region win Friday, the Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team knew it couldn’t afford to split its weekend twinbill by falling to Blue Mountain, winless in the East, on Saturday.