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MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake Chiefs on Friday hosted the Wenatchee, Eastmont, and Ephrata girls’ golf teams at the Moses Lake Country Club. Wenatchee finished first with a team score of 390. Eastmont was next at 486. Moses Lake followed with 548. Ephrata had only a couple athletes participate.

WENATCHEE — Weather conditions weren’t exactly ideal, with winds gusting to nearly 30 miles per hour at times, but the Wenatchee Panthers were able to squeeze out a 2-1 win Saturday in their season opener against Moses Lake at the Apple Bowl

WENATCHEE — Eastmont seemed to get better and better as the season rolled along winning their final four games of the season, including a 38-0 win over Wenatchee Friday night at the Apple Bowl in front of a few fans from each team.

EAST WENATCHEE — The Eastmont Wildcats blew out the visiting Ephrata Tigers 30-0 Friday night to improve to 3-1.

EAST WENATCHEE — The Wildcats got back on track following their loss to Wenatchee over the weekend, hammering the visiting Cashmere Bulldogs 4-nil Tuesday night to earn their fifth clean sheet of the season.

Hailey Van Lith scored 17 points as second-seeded Louisville overcame a nine-point deficit in the first half and pulled away in the third quarter for a 74-43 victory over No. 15 seed Marist Monday night in San Antonio, Texas.

WENATCHEE — It sure felt like Friday football again with just a few fans in the stands at the Apple Bowl to watch the 4A Wenatchee Panthers take on 1A powerhouse Royal on senior night. The Knights were impressive on offense and defense, rolling to a 52-6 victory.

NCW — With Phase 3 kicking in Thursday for youth and high school sports, fans will finally be allowed back into the region’s stadiums to watch their friends or sons/daughters compete. The move comes three weeks into the abbreviated fall sports season.

OKANOGAN — A slow start couldn’t hold Wenatchee’s Yareli Sanchez-Blanco back from tallying every Wenatchee goal Tuesday afternoon, earning herself a hat-trick and a 3-nil win over Okanogan.

EAST WENATCHEE — It might not have been pretty, but there is no win more satisfying for Eastmont head coach Mike Don, who won his fourth-straight Battle of the Bridges Friday night at Eastmont Stadium.

CHELAN — Finally back at it, two well-acquainted football teams, the Cascade Kodiaks and the Chelan Goats met Friday night after a long absence from the field.

Eastmont High School's girls soccer team lines up for the national anthem on Saturday, the start of the high school sports season in North Central Washington. Eastmont won in a close game Wenatchee Panthers at the Wenatchee Apple Bowl. For more on the weekend games, see today's Sports page.

WENATCHEE — The stands were empty, players sat six feet apart on the sidelines and masks were worn at all times, but aside from that, it felt like a normal season-opener for Wenatchee and Eastmont Saturday afternoon.