EAST WENATCHEE — With the Panthers struggling to close out frames and trailing by 70 pins early in their first game against West Valley Tuesday, it didn’t give the impression they would be able to recover in time to avenge an early-December loss to the Rams down in Yakima.
WENATCHEE — Emily Redman and Kristina Blauman combined for 24 points and 14 rebounds, Missy Bennett drained three 3-pointers and the Wenatchee Panthers won their second straight game, beating the Eastmont Wildcats 54-46 Friday night at Town Toyota.
A few weeks ago I wrote a column in which I called out the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) for failing to address the competitive imbalance in 1A girls soccer — where private schools have completely dominated over the past two decades, winning 17 of the last 19 state…
Jeremy Anders helped start the Eastmont bowling program — which has won the last three 4A state bowling championships. Now at the helm of Wenatchee, he’s hoping to lead the Panthers down the same path.
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The Wenatchee Wild kicked off a four-game homestand on Monday night with a 2-1 win over the Prince George Spruce Kings at Town Toyota Center, moving into fourth place in the Interior Division in the process.
QUINCY — In spite of losing Case Crutcher to injury early in the game, the main component of their offensive, the Entiat Tigers dug deep, showed grit and just how capable their bench was, beating the Lyle-Wishram Cougars in the State 1B Quarterfinals 48-12.
EAST WENATCHEE — The two major bowling powers in the state met Wednesday at Eastmont Lanes. Eastmont and Wenatchee have accounted for the last four 4A state bowling championships, with the Wildcats winning the past three.
After their nail-biting victories over Wenatchee and Sunnyside, this year’s Eastmont Wildcats became the only team in school history to beat the rival Panthers three-straight years and earn two consecutive Big 9 titles.
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.
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.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Panthers (9-4) pulled even with their cross-bridge rival and now sit in a three-way tie atop the Big 9, along with Eastmont (9-2-2) and Moses Lake (6-5-1), following the Panthers 3-1 victory over the Wildcats Saturday in the drizzling rain.
WENATCHEE — Nate Blauman and the Wenatchee Panthers kept rolling Friday as the senior tailback crossed 1,000 rushing yards on the season, following another hundred-yard performance, and the Panthers blew out the Davis Pirates 48-14 at the Apple Bowl.
CASHMERE — Homecoming week tends to draw out the unusual and, at times, can lead to some questionable losses, but not for the Cashmere Bulldogs, who took care of business and wrapped up their week with a 1-nil victory over the Okanogan Bulldogs Thursday night.
It’s never easy being thrust into the starting quarterback position as a sophomore, and there is even more pressure having to follow up an older brother (Quinn) — who is widely recognized as a solid multi-sport athlete — in a small town.
CHELAN — The Bronze Shoe will remain in the Cashmere trophy case, where it has resided the past five years, for at least another 365 days following the Bulldogs 28-18 victory over the Chelan Goats Friday night at Sargent Field.
Yadier Molina's 10th-inning sacrifice fly lifted the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-4 victory over the visiting Atlanta Braves on Monday and sent the National League Division Series to a decisive fifth game.
CASHMERE — It was going to be interesting to see how the Bulldogs would respond following Tuesday’s emotional 3-2 victory over rival Cascade against Omak Thursday night at home. Would they come out flat, or at all overanxious against a less-resistant squad?