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.
As Justin Dunn handed him the baseball, looking to escape the mound and start the process of trying to forget a debut that had gone so very wrong, manager Scott Servais wouldn’t let his rookie pitcher exit in a hurry.
HOUSTON — If you still haven’t heard, Friday’s matchup pitting Washington State against Houston will feature two coaches with an undying commitment to spread offense schemes and the ideology that the best way to stretch a defense is by moving the ball through the air, attacking the width of …
Rookie Kyle Lewis broke up a no-hit bid with a home run for the second consecutive night, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 5-3 interleague victory against the visiting Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.
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.
PULLMAN — In two games so far this season, against opponents from less heralded conferences, the third quarter marked the difference between enduring an upset bid and enjoying a head-to-the-exits-early blowout for the Washington State Cougars.
EAST WENATCHEE — Wenatchee based S.P.O.R.T. Gymnastics held their fourth annual fundraiser golf tournament at Highlander Golf Course last weekend. Over 100 golfers participated to help raise money for the S.P.O.R.T. competitive program for training and equipment expenses.
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.
Michael Brantley socked a two-run homer with one out in the 13th inning as the host Houston Astros erased a seven-run deficit in their walk-off 11-9 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Thursday night.
WENATCHEE — Last season Wenatchee came close to grabbling a share of the Big 9 title but a 14-13 loss to Eastmont ended those hopes and their season. In 2019, Wenatchee returns seven players on offense and five on defense.
WENATCHEE — For the Wenatchee girls swim and dive team, getting to state is not the question. The main question is cracking the top three at state. Most of last year’s state team is back. They only lost one senior, Hadassah Lurbur.
WENATCHEE — Second year Head Coach Connor Metcalfe hopes to see the Panther volleyball program soar to new heights. In his first season, Wenatchee finished 8-4 in the Big 9, tied for second with Eastmont and Moses Lake.
EAST WENATCHEE — The pool is still under construction, but the season goes on for the Eastmont Wildcats, who for the time being have been forced to share Wenatchee’s pool as their own is being renovated.
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.
LEAVENWORTH — Expect the talented Cascade Kodiaks girls soccer team to make a run at the Caribou Trail League title and state berth this season. Last year, Cascade tied Cashmere at 7-1 for the league title.
LEAVENWORTH — Last season was a strong one for the Cascade Kodiak boys cross country team. They finished tied for first place in state, losing the state title only because their sixth runner was slower.
CASHMERE — Under first year Head Coach Bryan Bremer last season, with a new offense and defense, the Cashmere Bulldogs finished 2-2 in the Caribou Trail League, tied for second with Cascade and Okanogan. Omak was league champs at 4-0.
CASHMERE — Last season was a good one for the Cashmere girls soccer team. They won the league and district titles, but a 1-0 loss to Freeman in the NEA League crossover game cost them a return trip to state.
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.
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.