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On Monday, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association issued guidelines for the state's high school sports to return to play this fall. It is a well-intentioned and necessary set of documents, but doesn't -- rather, can't -- answer the question everyone wants to know.

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee ski cross racer, Jack Mitchell on June 9 achieved an honor afforded to only 20 ski racers nationwide, selection to the Skicross Project Gold Camp. However, the email from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard team informing the 17-year-old of his selection also came with some bad news.

CHELAN — The Chelan Goats looked to within to hire two new varsity coaches for next season. Former assistant coach Nick Longmire is taking over as head coach of the Chelan High School girls’ basketball team, while longtime assistant coach Pat Chism is now the new head wrestling coach.

WENATCHEE — For many years, Quincy High School was a member of the 1A Caribou Trail League. However, with rapid economic growth in the Quincy area came rising school enrollment numbers which pushed them into the 2A classification and the Central Washington Athletic Conference.

Eastmont High School event custodian Nick Turner tapes around black parts of the school's center court wildcat logo Thursday. Because of the COVID-19 closures for the school district, he says he is getting more time to do the detail work needed to restore the logo and all of the sports lines on the floor before he applies varnish.

WENATCHEE — Come this fall, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) plans to use selection committees to seed state tournaments for all team sports. Last season, this method was used for football, but it did not benefit Wenatchee and Eastmont from the Big 9, where both t…

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee High School football star Nate Blauman is planning to walk-on at Washington State University. Blauman had a stellar campaign with the Panthers, rushing for 3,700 yards and 41 touchdowns. He holds Wenatchee single-game records for touchdowns (7) and yards (325). He holds…

Washington State’s spring evaluation process might have been knocked off course by COVID-19 and the recruiting dead period that came with it, but 247Sports.com national recruiting editor Brandon Huffman assured The Spokesman-Review earlier this week the Cougars were still making good headway…

UNIVERSITY PLACE —The crack of the maple bat when it meets the baseball echoes throughout the empty campus at Curtis High School, which looks more like a sprawling junior college with its multiple buildings and upscale athletic facilities.

WENATCHEE — When a player comes to Wenatchee to play for the U18 Wolves, it’s made clear from the start that the primary emphasis will not be placed on winning games. The main objective to help players develop and grow both on and off the ice so that they may pursue their playing career to t…

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wilderness U16 hockey team took a huge step this past season. Originally a weekend-only program, the Wilderness transitioned into a full-time billet program for the 2019-20 season, meaning players came to live, skate, and attend classes locally all season long. Winn…

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Warriors (U15) and Wenatchee Wolverines (U14) both operate as part of the Wenatchee Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA) and are affiliate programs to the Wenatchee Wild of the BCHL. The Warriors just completed their inaugural season and the Wolverines wrapped up their…

RENTON — Should spring sports be allowed to begin at the end of the month, the WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association) is prepared to move on with a shortened season and varying playoff formats.

CASHMERE — MaxPreps and the Associated Press confirmed this week what pretty much everyone in the NCW region already knew — Cashmere’s Hailey Van Lith is the best girls basketball player in the state.

CASHMERE — Like other leagues around the state, the athletic directors in the Caribou Trail League are preparing in case sports can resume this spring. It might be a wishful endeavor, but a necessary one, according to Cashmere AD Jeff Carlson.