WATERVILLE — Just off of a narrow and rare league loss to Moses Lake Christian, who is ranked second in the state and first in the league, Waterville-Mansfield girls basketball was looking to snap back with a win Tuesday night.

WENATCHEE — Earlier in the season, West Valley beat Wenatchee boys basketball by 22 points. But Friday night, with more games under their belt, fresh off their first league wins against Eisenhower, which snapped a six-game losing streak, the Panthers had a little more confidence.

Eastmont High sophomore Hudson Hamilton eyes his landing spot as he spins through the air during a 4A district dive meet at Wenatchee High School's pool on Friday. Hudson bettered his district qualifying score with a second place dive of 271.1. Districts qualifier and Wenatchee High sophomore Ben Sagerser placed third in the meet with a score of 262.75.

The Waterville/Mansfield Lady Shockers led by player Evalee Shafer enter their gymnasium through a sign and past their cheer squad to meet the Odessa Lady Tigers Tuesday. High School basketball season is over halfway through with district games in February and state playoffs the first week of March.

WATERVILLE — For the second time this season, the Waterville-Mansfield boys' basketball team faced Odessa. The Shockers were hoping for a better outcome Tuesday night, and though they didn’t get the win, there were notable signs of improvement.

The Cashmere cheer squad performs a move, flipping three of their girls during a break in the NCW Basketball Showcase game Monday night at the Town Toyota Center.

WENATCHEE — To say Okanogan football has had a good season would be quite the understatement. The Bulldogs hold an 11-0 record, averaging over 52 points per game. And for all but two games they have held their opponents to a single touchdown or less.

YAKIMA — Friday night brought a familiar sight to Chelan volleyball. The Yakima Sundome. The number one-seeded Goats, still undefeated at 16-0, came ready to not just play one State tournament caliber match, but two.

WOODLAND — The Bulldogs faced another loser-out football game Friday night as they continued their push into the State playoffs. Their opponent, La Center, had been on a hot streak this season, to put it lightly. Nine of the last 10 games were wins. The majority of which weren’t all that close.

Cashmere High School soccer fans watch their varsity girls soccer team play Freeman High School Saturday with surrounding fall colors in Cashmere.

Cashmere High School sophomore Jaxon Chamberlain has an up-there vantage point atop a 12-foot ladder on the sidelines of her school's soccer field during a game Tuesday. She plays for the school's junior varsity team and records the game action for her coach. She says the height doesn't bother her. "I find it comfortable," she says. "I like to see the game from up here."