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Department: Editorial

Position: World staff writer

Responsibilities: Photographer, Reporter, Sports

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  1. The Wenatchee Wild lost all three games to league-leading Topeka last weekend. Although head bench boss Bliss Littler said he was happy how his team played five-on-five, he was disappointed coming out of the series with no points.
  2. OKANOGAN — The Okanogan boys basketball team beat visiting Chelan 58-36 on Thursday.
  3. When the Denmark men’s junior national team lands in Kindersley, Saskatchewan, for the World Junior A Challenge today, Wenatchee Wild forward Andre Pison will be with the squad.
  4. TACOMA — Wyatt Stanley took the snap and looked down the right sideline trying to find a receiver to answer his prayer.
  5. Okanogan football coach Erick Judd thought he had a team that could compete for the 2014 Caribou Trail League title. But because of enrollment realignments during the spring, Okanogan decided transfer to the Central Washington 2B League. In doing so, the Bulldogs’ football team immediately became the favorite to win the league.