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The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced Monday its representative assembly voted to pass four amendments to its charter, most significantly reducing the number of the districts in the state from nine to six, combining the three easternmost districts into one.

WENATCHEE — Emotions ran high and the game was a tad chippy at times in the second half, but the Wenatchee Panthers were able to send their seniors off with a satisfying win nonetheless after discarding the Sunnyside Grizzlies 3-nil Friday night at the Apple Bowl.

WENATCHEE — With a ceremony commemorating the Panther’s seniors between games of the doubleheader, Wenatchee fittingly sent two seniors to the mound to start. And they certainly made their last time on the hill at Rec Park count.

LEAVENWORTH — Still undefeated and entering their penultimate regular-season matchup against a Chelan team they narrowly beat last month, the Cascade Kodiaks boys soccer team should have been ecstatic to just echo last month's performance against the Goats. They went beyond that, cruising to…

WENATCHEE — For the second time this season, Wenatchee boys soccer took on the Eisenhower Cadets. This was the third game after their first Big 9 loss and the Panthers were looking for a repeat performance.

WENATCHEE — Already off to a solid start, the Panthers boys soccer team hosted the West Valley Rams for their second Big 9 matchup of the season on Tuesday night. After a 2-nil shutout over Eisenhower last week, Wenatchee was primed to deliver a similar blow to a struggling Rams team, who ha…

CASHMERE — Tuesday night was the first crack at league play for both the Cashmere and Quincy boys soccer teams. The Bulldogs hosted the veteran, talented Jackrabbits team that quickly showed why it has done well early this season.

The Quincy Jacks’ basketball team guaranteed its fans at least a third game in the state tournament after vanquishing a stubborn Blaine Borderites squad Wednesday afternoon, 69-51 in the Yakima Valley SunDome.

Following a split in two home games last weekend, the Wenatchee Wild take to the road to face the Cranbrook Bucks for a pair of games and one against the Trail Smoke Eaters.