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WENATCHEE — The North Central Washington Volleyball Club held their annual camp at Wenatchee High School this week. It attracted 70 players over the four days of the camp. In fact, there were still eight on the waiting list.

WENATCHEE — Now in its sixth year, the Wenatchee Panthers annual youth football camp has become a mid-July staple for kids (grades second through eighth) in the valley.

WENATCHEE — Beginning Monday, the Wenatchee Wild will start introducing their new players to the community. The team plans to post on their website (wenatcheewildhockey.com) a series of brief articles and photos about the incoming players.

WENATCHEE — The annual Starlight Open swim meet in Wenatchee had to deal with some lightning from time to time, but overall it was a great success, according to Velocity Swimming Head Coach John Pringle. The meet was held last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Wenatchee City Pool.

WENATCHEE — The NCW Alliance semipro women’s soccer team plays likely their final game of the season Saturday at Apple Bowl in Wenatchee. Under first-year coach Al Rodriquez, the Alliance is 5-2-2 on the season.

I want to give a big thank you to Wenatchee Outdoors and our community for being so supportive for our new Outdoor Recreation fitness class. This year has been a huge success and I cannot be more grateful. This years student received lessons on rock climbing, camping, hiking, fishing, wilder…

WENATCHEE — The second of the two big meets put on by Velocity Swimming each summer is happening this weekend. The Starlight Open will welcome 380 swimmers from around the Pacific Northwest on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Wenatchee City Pool.

EAST WENATCHEE — Former WVC head baseball coach Darren Hoff will take over the Eastmont baseball program this coming season, pending School Board approval, after he was named the Wildcats new head coach in a press release from Eastmont Athletic Director Russ Waterman Monday afternoon.

WENATCHEE — The AppleSox ended their six-game losing streak and earned their 400th career win in the West Coast League after doubling up the Port Angeles Lefties 14-7 Wednesday night at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium.

WENATCHEE — Jack Mitchell, 16, last year made the USA Nationals in Ski Cross. The amazing part is that it was his first year trying Ski Cross, after doing mostly alpine racing.

WENATCHEE — Good pitching, good hitting and a good start for the AppleSox, who put up a five-spot in the second inning and coasted to a 10-1 victory over the Cascade Collegiate League in their season-opener Monday night at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium.

It’s a new day and a new year for the AppleSox, who kick off their 20th season in team history with a fanfest Saturday evening at 5 p.m., before opening against the Cascade Collegiate League Monday night. Wenatchee will take on Victoria in a three-game set at home beginning Tuesday.

WENATCHEE — The Apple Capital Swim Meet marks a very significant milestone with their 50th meet. John Pringle, the head of Velocity Swimming which hosts the event, said by their best estimates, the event is turning 50 this year.

YAKIMA — The State 1B/2B/1A Tennis Tournament was held Friday at Saturday at the Yakima Tennis Club. The Caribou Trail League players performed well. The Chelan girls were second, Cascade third and Cashmere fourth. The Chelan boys were fifth, while Cashmere was sixth.

It’s not every day you break a school record — or at least tie one in this case.

YAKIMA — The Wenatchee Panther boys and girls tennis teams continued their stellar season with victories at the District 6 Tennis Championships at West Valley High School on May 11. Temperatures roses into the mid-90s as four teams vied for four spots to 4A State, one boys singles, one girls…

MANSON — The Goats got off to a solid start in the CTL Championships at Harmony Meadows Thursday afternoon, with nearly half of their entries going undefeated and earning a berth into the semifinals Saturday morning.