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PASCO — Eastmont senior Jarred Barnes broke the school record for 5k at the State 4A Cross Country meet last Saturday at the Sun Willows Golf Course. Barnes finished 11th with a blazing time of 15:27, 38 seconds better than the previous school record.

PASCO — The Cascade Kodiaks boys cross country team finished tied for first at the State 1A Cross Country meet last year, so with nearly everyone back, they came into this season with dreams of winning state.

WENATCHEE—You don’t often meet your lookalike in life, but Saturday afternoon, Cascade met their’s at the Apple Bowl when they faced Deer Park in a must-win for a spot at state or their season was over. Cascade finished the regular season near the top of the CTL losing only two games to thei…

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild rallied to erase deficits twice on Saturday night but in the end, the visiting Penticton Vees were able to cement a 5-3 victory and complete the weekend sweep.

PESHASTIN — The Cascade Kodiaks took on the Newport Grizzlies Friday night in a CTL-NEA crossover game to finish out the regular season. Coming off a recent win over rival Cashmere in the Pear Bowl, Cascade came into their final game with a bit of momentum, but previous injuries and a hard-t…

WENATCHEE — The Wild looked good in the first period but were completely outplayed over the final two as they fell 4-1 at the hands of the Interior leading Penticton Vees Friday night in front of 2,466 fans at Town Toyota Center.

EAST WENATCHEE — Not only was the Big 9 championship on the line Thursday night when Eastmont played Wenatchee in the annual Bridge of Sportsmanship game, but also the rushing title in the Big 9.

CASHMERE — Both Cashmere and Cascade, on Tuesday, battled hard throughout the night in hopes of earning a fourth-place seed at districts, and rivalry bragging rights. Cashmere had to win the first three sets to take that seed from Cascade, while Cascade need only win one.

CASHMERE – Okanogan made things interesting after scoring an equalizing goal late to force overtime against Cashmere Tuesday night, but Cashmere’s skilled midfield proved too tough to contain in extra-time as Cashmere generated chance-after-chance before Clare Norman scored the game-winner i…

The Wenatchee Panthers and Eastmont Wildcats square off for a third time this season in the Big 9 championship Wednesday night at Eastmont High School – in what will not only determine bragging rights for the next year but also secure a home playoff game in the first round of state.

East Wenatchee—The Eastmont Girls' Soccer team won their first league title in school history this past Saturday on a clear, and bright afternoon against a formidable Moses Lake team. The game went into OT after a late resurgence by Moses Lake, but the league title was sealed with a golden g…

PESHASTIN — The odds were against Cascade winning this game. They were without any of their top four running backs, all injured. They were still looking for their first win in league and they hadn’t beaten Cashmere since 2014.

Raised in a southern Illinois town near St. Louis, Missouri, then going on to play college football at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Quincy football assistant coach Bob Cryder brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the team in his second season coaching the linemen.

WENATCHEE — On a bright sunny fall day at Walla Walla Point Park, the Caribou Trail League District Cross Country Championships were held on Tuesday. This year, there were two state allocations to the CTL, which meant two teams and the top 14 runners from the boys and girls would make State.

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Wild scored first, and then scored last, but in between there were four goals by the visiting Salmon Arm Silverbacks on Saturday night that led to a 4-2 Wenatchee loss at Town Toyota Center.

CHELAN — The Omak Pioneers and star running back Tanner Hall continued their march through the CTL Friday night as the Pioneers pushed their winning streak to eight following a 41-17 win over Chelan at Sargent Field.

YAKIMA — If there was any concern about a hangover following the one-point loss at Sunnyside last week, it was dispelled early on Friday night as the Eastmont Wildcats easily handled the Eisenhower Cadets at Zaepfel Stadium. Eastmont won going away by a score of 56-27 amassing a total of 495…