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Prep Friday: Eastmont soccer squeaks by Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE -- When Columbia Basin Big Nine foe Moses Lake scored the match's first goal in the 35th minute, Eric Duffey's Eastmont team hung they collective heads for a little bit. After recently suffering a three-game losing streak, the Wildcats might have been a little shell shocked. But Eastmont received a clutch goal
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Prep Thursday: Wenatchee tennis continues dominating season

WENATCHEE — When a person recalls a tennis match in the mind’s eye, that individual might see the sport as an individual one. But the Wenatchee girls tennis team is 9-0 after its 6-1 victory over Davis on Thursday at the Wenatchee Racquet & Athletic Club.
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Rams playing better than ever

EAST WENATCHEE – The Wenatchee Valley Rams have been a consistent winner pretty much ever since their inception more than a decade ago. That makes coach Mickey White’s feelings about his current team so impressive.
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Happ’s effective pitching leads M’s over Astros

SEATTLE — Starting pitcher J.A. Happ and the Seattle Mariners ended what was the American League’s longest current winning streak with a 3-2 win over the Houston Astros at Safeco Field on Wednesday night.
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Mariners’ Cruz causing quite a clamor

Among the many mind-boggling statistics emanating from the scorching start of Nelson Cruz, this might be my favorite: His winning single off Neftali Feliz on Sunday was the hardest-hit ball of the season, based on recorded measurements of exit speed.

Prep Tuesday: Wenatchee boys golf picks up milestone win

YAKIMA — Putting practice finally paid off for the Wenatchee boys golf team on Tuesday when the Panthers won their first Columbia Basin Big Nine meet in more than 10 years, firing a score of 301 at Yakima Elks Golf Course.