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  1. YAKIMA — The visiting Cascade Kodiaks girls volleyball team beat East Valley in straight sets Saturday afternoon. The Ala’ilima-Daley sisters continued their stellar play as Eliana totalled 22 kills and Makena added 13 more with 90 percent service. Kodiak setter Mariah McEachern had 40 assists and libero Kaycee O’Brien added 18 digs in the winning effort.
  2. The Brewster Bears football team has come out of the gates firing on all cylinders, getting out to a 2-0 start. Brewster went 3-7 in the Caribou Trail League a year ago. Now in the Central Washington 2B League, the Bears returned eight starters on each side of the ball.
  3. KIONA-BENTON — Tessa McCormick scored two unassisted goals — one in each half — to propel the Cashmere girls soccer team to a 2-0 victory against host Kiona-Benton on Thursday. 
  4. The Wenatchee Wild will seek to rally behind veteran leadership during the 2014-15 North American Hockey League season.
  5. The Cascade football team upended the Quincy in its first game of the season, but will take on a much different beast when it travels south of Yakima to take on Zillah tonight at Andy Collins Memorial Field. The Leopards went undefeated in regular season play last season before being upset by Royal, the loss being enough to strip the Leopards of a postseason berth. The Leopards avenged their late season loss on River View in week one of the 2014 campaign, picking up a 19-14 victory.