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Prep Friday: Eastmont boys 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, members of Eric Duffey's Eastmont boys soccer team hung their 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 from Abi Espinoza to beat the Chiefs 2-1 on the road Friday.
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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.

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.
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Prep focus: Eastmont’s Moore not satisfied

Inscribed on Eastmont senior speedster Phillip Moore's left forearm is the letter 'F'. Three words extend from that single consonant permanently embedded into the sprinter's flesh: faith, family and friends.
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Prep Tuesday: Wenatchee girls golf rewrites record book

WENATCHEE – The Wenatchee girls golf team broke its previous stroke record of 358 by three on Tueday en route to a victory at the third Columbia Basin Big Nine meet at Three Lakes Golf Course in Wenatchee. Cross-river rival Eastmont took second place.
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Prep focus: Wenatchee’s Prater confident he can achieve his goals

He steps up to home plate with one foot in the batter’s box and takes a look down the third base line for any signs his head coach may be giving him. He spins the bat in his ungloved hands until its insignia appears, and he zeroes in on the first four letters of his Louisville Slugger bat. L-O-U-I. Focused.