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Lakers sign ex-Husky Upshaw

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Lakers are taking a gamble on Robert Upshaw, the undrafted 7-foot center who played last season at Washington.

Wild sweep series in BCHL debut

PRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia – Oh, Canada! Yes, the Wenatchee Wild are just two games into their tenure in the British Columbia Hockey League, but so far so dominant for the local squad’s play north of the border.

WVC soccer: Knights teams lose East openers

WALLA WALLA – The Wenatchee Valley men’s and women’s soccer teams opened Northwest Athletic Conference East Region play with losses to host Walla Walla on Saturday.

Wild win BCHL opener

PRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia – Welcome to the British Columbia Hockey League.

Cougars’ response to loss key to moving forward

PULLMAN — Wide receiver Gabe Marks was defiant as he addressed the media members who pressed him about what the Cougars would fix after Washington State’s calamitous loss to Portland State, challenging the idea the Cougars need to change weekday preparations at all.

Game on: WVC volleyball program continues with new coach

WENATCHEE — On the afternoon of July 29, Wenatchee Valley College athletic director Greg Franz met with Knights volleyball players Mikel Sydney and Sawyer Ross in his office on the WVC campus and had an honest conversation with them about the state of the program.

Portland State stuns Washington State

PULLMAN — Sophomore running back Steven Long scored on a 1-yard run with 2:19 remaining and senior Aaron Sibley recorded the clinching interception as Portland State defeated a Pac-12 program for the first time by claiming a 24-17 victory over Washington State in the season opener for both teams.

Northwestern upsets Stanford

EVANSTON, Ill. — In an early season battle of smart-guy schools, the Northwestern Wildcats beat No. 21 Stanford at home 16-6. Freshman Wildcat quarterback Clayton Thorson did not commit a turnover and rushed for a 42-yard touchdown in the second quarter, the only touchdown scored in the game.

WVC volleyball team starts season with five losses

SPOKANE – At the Spokane Invitational Tournament, held Friday and Saturday at Spokane Falls Community College, the Wenatchee Valley College volleyball team had the opportunity to open its season by playing several of its Northwest Athletic Conference East Region foes before the start of region play.