SUNNYSIDE — Eastmont was on an eight-game win streak earlier this month before it was interrupted in a tough match against West Valley. But already, the Wildcats have bounced back, earning their third win in a row Saturday.
In the days after Gov. Jay Inslee’s Aug. 27 announcement updating vaccination mandates, those who assign games to Washington sports officials began to wonder how they would cover high-school and middle-school contests.
EAST WENATCHEE — It might not have been their most well-rounded performance, but the Eastmont Wildcats got the win nonetheless Saturday, scraping out a 2-nil victory over the Davis Pirates at Eastmont Stadium.
EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont came into the game as perhaps the favorite to win the Big-9 but upstart Moses Lake gave them all they could handle. The Chiefs used a running attack in the second half to run away with a 21-13 win.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee High School Panthers football game against Davis has been canceled, athletic director Jim Beeson confirmed Wednesday night after the program had six COVID-19 positive cases on the varsity team.
Kristin Harvey, 7, Wenatchee, practices a cheer during the Wenatchee High School Mini Cheer Camp on Thursday. She has been in dance classes for five years and decided to try cheer at the camp. Cheerleader Coach Danielle Schafer-Cloke said 160 children from kindergarten through fifth grade signed up for the camp.
The shadows of three swimmers in front of a window are reflected in the diving pool at the Eastmont Aquatics Center on Tuesday during a dual swim meet between Wenatchee and Eastmont high schools. For the results, see today's Sports section.
VANCOUVER — Panthers football made the long trip to Vancouver for their second game of the season on Friday to face the Mountain View Thunder, and quickly became acquainted with their mascots namesake:
LEAVENWORTH — The Kodiaks have had an up-and-down start to their soccer season thus far, so when the Cle Elum Warriors came Leavenworth Thursday evening they had the proper motivation to add another win to their record.
Eastmont High School football players tear through a paper banner as they are introduced before the start of the game with Central Valley at Wildcat Stadium on Friday. It was the first game of the season for the Wildcats.
The “new” normal for high-school football teams in Washington began Wednesday with Day 1 of fall practice across the state. In just over two weeks, the first full season in two years will kick off Sept. 2.