We're always interested in hearing about sports in our community. Let us know what's going on!

CHELAN – If there was a statement to be made, the Goats delivered it to the rest of the CTL Friday night after handing the South Whidbey Falcons a grade-a butt-kicking.

WENATCHEE — It was a good day in the pool for the Eastmont Wildcat girls on Thursday as they beat Eisenhower and Davis in their first Big 9 meet of the season. Eastmont beat Eisenhower 115 to 67, and Davis 117.9 to 66.

YAKIMA — A new star emerged at the first Big 9 Cross Country meet of the season at Franklin Park in Yakima on Thursday. Wenatchee freshman Tatum Grossdidier stunned the field with a win in the girls race with a time of 19.49 over the 3-mile course. She was the only racer under 20 minutes.

WENATCHEE — It has been a stellar start to the season for the Wenatchee girls’ swim team. The season has just begun and already the girls have achieved state qualifying times in seven events, which is absolutely amazing. It all happened at the Wenatchee Invite last Saturday.

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Panthers put on an impressive performance at home on Friday night at the Apple Bowl as they dominated the visiting Lewiston Bengals. Wenatchee rolled up 473 yards of total offense on the way to a 56-21 victory.

WENATCHEE — After winning both of their opening games last weekend, the Wenatchee Wild are back in town for their home-opener against the Vernon Vipers this Friday night at Town Toyota. Puck drops at 7:05 p.m.

EAST WENATCHEE – So far so good for Vidal Hurtado and the Eastmont girls’ soccer team who tied Southridge 2-2 in their season-opener Saturday afternoon at home.

The Wenatchee Wild followed Friday’s season opening win in Merritt with a 5-4 win on Saturday evening at Royal LePage Place in West Kelowna over the Warriors, another Interior Division rival.

WENATCHEE — What a difference a year makes. Last year, the first game of the season on the road at Mount Si, Wenatchee got creamed 52-0. This year, at home, the Panthers gave the visiting Wildcats all they could handle as the game hung in the balance in the final minutes.

LEAVENWORTH — Under first year Head Coach Ashley Coffin last season, the once dominant Cascade Kodiak volleyball team fell to second place in the Caribou Trail League. The Kodiaks were 6-2 in the CTL, behind 8-0 Chelan.

LEAVENWORTH — Hopes are high for the Cascade Kodiak football team this season as they return a mostly senior lineup. Cascade finished 2-2 in the Caribou Trail League last season, in a three-way tie for second place with Okanogan and Cashmere. Omak was league champs at 4-0.

CASHMERE — It was a stellar 2018 campaign for the Cashmere girls cross country team. They won the CTL district title by a whopping 19 points. The team which finished eighth in state has nearly everyone returning this season.

CHELAN – The Goats were nearly flawless in their 2018 regular season campaign, dropping only six sets all season and losing only one match – in a road non-league contest against Freeman.

MANSON — In Joey Johanson’s first year with Manson the Trojans blew past their CWB competition and secured a home state-playoff game, but they took a step back in year two.

ENTIAT — The Entiat Tiger volleyball team returns one senior for the upcoming season. Last season, the Tigers were 7-5, third in the Central Washington B League behind Pateros and Wilson Creek, which were both 11-1.

ENTIAT — This should be an exciting season of 8-man football for the Entiat Tigers, one that could end in a run at the state championship. Entiat was 5-2 last year with a lineup of mostly juniors.

LOS ANGELES — Imagine getting a text message from basketball legend Kobe Bryant. Well, for Cashmere basketball star Hailey Van Lith, that is exactly what happened. First, Bryant’s assistants reached out to her by phone to see if she would be interested in working with Bryant to improve her game.

HOPE, B.C. — The Wenatchee Wild took the first step in their 2019-20 campaign with a preseason game against the Chilliwack Chiefs on Friday night, skating away with a 3-1 win.

CASHMERE — Life moves on for Cashmere football and basketball as both teams are now faced with the challenge of replacing Mason Landdeck, who officially enrolled at Zillah Wednesday afternoon after weeks of speculation following a twitter post he shared of himself in a Zillah basketball jersey.

One of Washington’s top scorers last basketball season officially enrolled at Zillah just hours before attending his first football practice on Wednesday.