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Molly Coonfield, 16, Wenatchee, right, trains with fellow teammates of Velocity Swimming on Friday at the Wenatchee City Pool. Velocity hosts the annual Starlight Invitational swim meet this weekend at the pool where 600 competitors from around the Pacific Northwest will race. Spectators will have to watch from behind fencing surrounding the pool because of COVID-19 restrictions. Last year's meet was canceled because of the pandemic.

BREWSTER — The undefeated CTL boys basketball champs, the Cashmere Bulldogs, took on the Brewster Bears in their final game of the season Saturday night, and polished off their twelfth win.

CASHMERE — Now that the prep season is essentially over, I wanted to personally thank the Cashmere seniors for a tremendous four years on the court.

CASHMERE — Before last week’s game against Warden, Cashmere girls basketball coach Brent Darnell told his team that no matter what happened in the game, it would make them better as a whole.

The Wenatchee Wild organization has made a solid commitment to the long-term stability of the franchise by signing General Manager Bliss Littler to a ten-year extension of his contract this week.

EAST WENATCHEE — Bowling isn’t exactly a sport that requires a long ramp-up period to get ready for the season, which was evident given that teams had just two days to dial in before Wednesday’s season-opener.

EAST WENATCHEE — It’s been an up-and-down season for the Eastmont Wildcats, who had dropped three of their last four games coming into Friday, but they sent their seniors off on a high note on Senior Night.