During a brilliant four-year career at Washington, Kelsey Plum almost single-handedly transformed UW women’s basketball games into must-see theater while attracting sellout crowds to witness the NCAA record-setting scoring dynamo.
Freshly minted general manager Ron Francis spent part of his introductory news conference Thursday discussing the importance of using any afforded additional time and why he won’t immediately hire a coach for this city’s incoming NHL franchise.
WENATCHEE — The North Central Washington Volleyball Club held their annual camp at Wenatchee High School this week. It attracted 70 players over the four days of the camp. In fact, there were still eight on the waiting list.
Wenatchee will be well represented at the WCL All-Star game in Bend next Tuesday, with four members of the AppleSox being selected to the mid-summer classic, according to a release from AppleSox communications director, Joel Norman.
REDMOND — The Wenatchee FC took three teams to the Crossfire Collegiate Showcase at 60 Acres in Redmond this past weekend. It is a showcase for college coaches featuring some of the best teams from around the west.
WENATCHEE — It was a special night Monday for the Wenatchee AppleSox as they welcomed the U.S. Military All-Stars to Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium for a non-league game. Before the game, there was a special ceremony to honor a fallen local soldier.
It’s been nearly a year since Seattle Mariners reliever Sam Tuivailala has pitched in a major league baseball game. Freshly acquired by the club at the trade deadline last season, Tuivailala was placed on the injured list with a ruptured right Achilles tendon in August after just five appearances.
WENATCHEE — The inaugural season of the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks came to an end on Sunday with a 28-27 first round playoff loss to the visiting Reno Express. The crazy part of this game is the Skyhawks have several chances to take the lead in the final minute, but just fell short.
Editor’s note: To kick off Edgar Week, we dove into the archives for this seminal story on his upbringing. Larry Stone traveled to Edgar’s hometown of Dorado, Puerto Rico, for this piece, originally published April 1, 2001.
WENATCHEE — Jarvis Alston is right where he wants to be, leading his team into the playoffs in pursuit of a championship. The Skyhawks quarterback has dazzled fans this season with his remarkable athletic ability, running and passing.
WENATCHEE — Beginning Monday, the Wenatchee Wild will start introducing their new players to the community. The team plans to post on their website (wenatcheewildhockey.com) a series of brief articles and photos about the incoming players.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox knew what they were dealing with, with Gil Luna on the mound for game two against the Bend Elks on Wednesday night. Luna had fanned 9 AppleSox last Friday night in Bend on the way to an 11-1 victory.
WENATCHEE — The first game of the series has not been kind to AppleSox this season and it continued Tuesday on Coyote Bobblehead night as Wenatchee fell to (3-7) in series-openers and (1-4) in games following a day off after losing 4-2 against the Bend Elks at Paul Thomas Sr Stadium.
First time golfer Luke Ellis, 10, East Wenatchee, lines up a putt during the first day of the 16th Annual Golf Instructional Camp Tuesday night, July 9, 2019 at Highlander Golf Course. The 15 children at the camp will learn golf fundamentals through Thursday.
WENATCHEE — The second half of the season begins tonight for the Wenatchee AppleSox. That is important because basically, the season starts over in the second half. Victoria was the winner of the West Coast League’s North Division in the first half with a 17-7 record. That means they are ass…
The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) in conjunction with the league have announced their preseason schedule in advance of their twelfth season, and fifth in the BCHL.
Daniel Vogelbach hoped to participate in the 2019 Home Run Derby and drop a few Vogelbombs or Vogelblasts while competing for the $1 million purse for the winner. Instead the Mariners’ slugging designated hitter will have to settle for simply participating in Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Cleveland.
Seattle point guard Sue Bird walked onto the court minutes before the national anthem, finding her spot at the end of the line of Storm players. Instead of wearing the Storm-signature yellow warmups and jersey combination, she sported a shirt that read “Reigning Champ.”
SEATTLE — It was more when than if shortstop J.P. Crawford would join the Seattle Mariners this season. Tim Beckham knew that. Once a first-round draft pick who is now in his sixth major-league season and third team, Beckham had a handle on the situation when he signed a one-year deal with t…
WENATCHEE — Nearly 2,000 fans packed into Paul Thomas Senior Stadium on Wednesday night to watch not only the fireworks show after but also the matchup between the Wenatchee AppleSox and Kelowna Falcons.
The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) in conjunction with the league have released their full regular season Game Schedule for the upcoming 2019-20 season. Once again, the season will be 58 games in length, featuring 28 home games, 28 away and 2 at a …
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox had won six games in a row before heading out on their six-game road trip to Victoria and Cowlitz last week. The AppleSox were swept in the three-game series by the Victoria Habourcats.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks played one of their best games of the season as they beat Tri-Cities for the fourth time this season, 68-34. The Skyhawks dominated on offense throughout against the winless Fire.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks play their final game of the regular season tonight at the Town Toyota Center against the Tri-Cities Fire. The Skyhawks are 5-6 in the American West Football Conference while the Fire is 0-11.
WENATCHEE — The second of the two big meets put on by Velocity Swimming each summer is happening this weekend. The Starlight Open will welcome 380 swimmers from around the Pacific Northwest on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Wenatchee City Pool.
His golf ball ending up an inch from the cup, Tristin Bennett, 11, Wenatchee, reacts to the missed putt on the 17th hole at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Monday, June 24, 2019. He and 69 other children ages 8-17 took part at the Wenatchee stop of the Washington Junior Golf Association's District 4 summer tour. They were all trying to qualify for the district tournament in July in Richland.