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Eight hoopers nominated for college basketball HOF

NEW YORK — Six prolific scorers and two record-breaking coaches make up the 2016 class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Mark Aguirre, Bob Boozer, Doug Collins, Lionel Simmons, Jamaal Wilkes and Dominique Wilkins join former coaches Hugh Durham and Mike Montgomery to make the prestigious Hall of Fame, with the announcement coming Tuesday.

Wild in tough spot after Game 4 loss to Chilliwack

WENATCHEE — Desperation, hope, heartbreak. The Wenatchee Wild dined on a sometimes tasty, but ultimately unfulfilling, three-course hockey dinner Tuesday in their second round series of the Fred Page Cup Playoffs.

MRST wins three team titles to cap off season

WENATCHEE — Mission Ridge Ski Team’s YSL squad capped a strong season by winning three team titles over the weekend at the Eigenvector Research U12 Championships held at the Ridge.

AppleSox add trio of Bruins

WENATCHEE — Three UCLA recruits who will join the Bruins in the fall will first play for the Wenatchee AppleSox this summer. The future Bruins joining the AppleSox will be catcher Michael Toglia, infielder Ryan Kreidler, and outfielder Jeremy Ydens.

Wild fight back to claim Game 3

WENATCHEE — Hockey fans, we have a series. The Wenatchee Wild faced long odds as they traveled back home to face the Chilliwack Chiefs whom they trailed 2-0 in their best-of-seven playoff series. Once the Chiefs went up 1-0 on Monday, those odds grew longer. But inspired second and third periods of aggressive hockey let the Chiefs know this series wasn’t going to end with an easy trip over the border. Wenatchee scored the game’s final five goals to clobber their division rivals 5-1 in front of 2,285 fans at ...

UW women top Penn in NCAAs

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The Washington women’s basketball team counts on Kelsey Plum as its offensive juggernaut. But it’s the supporting performances of Alexus Atchley that continue to stun Huskies coach Mike Neighbors.

Wild drop Game 1 to Chilliwack in second round of playoffs

CHILLIWACK, British Columbia — After two periods of play, it was Collin Burston 2, Vimal Sukamaran 2. Over those first two frames, the opposing players from the Wenatchee Wild and Chilliwack Chiefs had combined for of all the scoring in Game 1 of the teams’ second round series of the Fred Page Cup playoffs. But Sukumaran had a hack trick up his sleeve, notching his third goal in Period 3 to help the Chiefs take the opener 4-3 Friday in front of 1,507 fans at Prospera Centre.

Gonzaga cruises past Seton Hall

DENVER — Domantas Sabonis had 21 points and 16 rebounds, Kyle Wiltjer scored 13 and 11th-seeded Gonzaga beat No. 6 seed Seton Hall 68-52 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Midwest Region on Thursday.

Stanford fires Dawkins

PALO ALTO, Calif. — Stanford fired coach Johnny Dawkins on Monday, according to CBS Sports. In eight seasons, the Cardinal made one NCAA Tournament.

NCAA investigating bracket leak

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA is initiating an investigation after the full bracket for the men’s basketball tournament was leaked online early into CBS’s Sunday selection show.