WENATCHEE — Panthers soccer was on a three-game winning streak when they hosted the Sunnyside Grizzlies. Friday night, they made it four with a one-goal win over the Grizzlies after a shootout 2-1.
TONASKET — Cashmere and Tonasket baseball split wins with each other in a doubleheader last year and though Tonasket had a solid arm on the mound Thursday with Joe Thornton, Cashmere was able to squeeze all of their runs into the first inning.
CHELAN — Chelan’s last two soccer games had been losses when they hosted the winless Omak Pioneers on Thursday, but with a forceful 4-0 performance they evened out their record.
MOSES LAKE — There is no better motivation than a one-goal loss to your rival two minutes into overtime.
CASHMERE — Somehow, on Thursday night, Cascade soccer found a way to make winning taste a little sweeter.
WENATCHEE — You could say you’ve been on a roll lately when you’ve won six of your last seven softball games. Wenatchee Valley College hit that mark after they swept the Blue Mountain Timberwolves at home on Friday.
TONASKET — Even with a recent win over Brewster and a history of sweeping the Tonasket Tigers in a doubleheader last year, Cashmere softball couldn’t take the Tigers lightly.
YAKIMA — The East Valley Red Devils were still winless after their first two games against Kamiakin and Pendleton when they hosted the Panthers on Thursday.
OMAK — Though the Chelan Mountain Goats swept the Omak Pioneers on their home tennis courts Thursday night, many matches were long and drug out, and players from each team formed successful comebacks.
WENATCHEE — Panthers tennis hosted one of the best teams in the Big Nine on Thursday and after sweeping the boys and girls 7-0, West Valley showed why.
PESHASTIN — Kittitas softball had a 1-0 start to the season with a 12-2 win over Sunnyside Christian School. They were a 20-4 team last year, took second at districts, but lost early in the 2B State Playoffs to Forks.
YAKIMA — Eastmont boys and girls tennis still had the sour taste of a sweep in their mouths after the boys fell 7-0 and girls fell 6-1 to West Valley earlier this week.
YAKIMA — Only three days ago Eastmont baseball beat Eisenhower at home. Friday night, they completed a double encore on the Cadet field.
MOSES LAKE — The Wenatchee girls’ top four singles players were a powerhouse on the Moses Lake tennis courts Tuesday. The red courts were dusty, the sun intense, but all four singles players swept Moses Lake to win 4-3.
CHELAN — Mountain Goat tennis had a strong showing when they hosted the Quincy Jackrabbits for the Caribou Trail League’s season opener on Tuesday. Both the Chelan girls’ and boys’ teams beat Quincy.
SUNNYSIDE — It was a beautiful spring day at Black Rock Creek Golf Course in Sunnyside on Wednesday.
EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont baseball beat Eisenhower 4-3 on Tuesday afternoon. It was only their second game and first win of the season.
QUINCY — Jackrabbit soccer has been on a 2-game winning streak. After hosting Chelan, they made it three with a 3-0 win the Goats.
EAST WENATCHEE — Not only did Wenatchee and Eastmont boys’ soccer come into Tuesday night's game with two-game winning streaks and a carbon copy of each other’s record, 2-1-1, but it was also the first cross-river rivalry matchup of the year and it began the Big Nine regular season.
WENATCHEE — You can’t predict injury or how it will affect a softball game. But on Tuesday afternoon, Wenatchee saw first-hand how it can pull you in a poor direction.
CASHMERE — The Bulldogs were off of their first win when they hosted the Omak Pioneers’ first game on Tuesday night and won 3-0.
YAKIMA — The first POD of the Big Nine girls’ golf season was hosted by Davis at the Apple Tree Golf Course on Tuesday and Eastmont finished with the lowest accumulated score, winning the event.
NACHES — After a strong start to the season, Cashmere baseball suffered a couple of narrow losses in a doubleheader to Naches Valley Saturday afternoon.
REDMOND — Chelan boys soccer traveled over the mountain to Bear Creek on Saturday.
SNOQUALMIE — Two wildcat teams stepped on the Mount Si soccer field on Saturday afternoon but only Eastmont left with a win 3-1.
WENATCHEE — After a narrow loss to Ellensburg, Cascade boys soccer was more than eager for their first win Saturday night at the Apple Bowl.
CASHMERE — Last year, when Cashmere and Brewster softball last faced each other, the Bulldogs swept the Bears in a doubleheader.
CASHMERE — The first win of the season for Cashmere soccer finally came when they hosted Zillah on Saturday.
MANSON — Cashmere and Manson tennis split wins between the boys and girls on Friday.
OKANOGAN — Quincy soccer earned their second win in a row Saturday afternoon.
CHELAN — Mountain Goat baseball began the new season by splitting wins with Colville on Saturday.
PESHASTIN — Cascade baseball began their season with a tough loss to Liberty Bell on Saturday.
MATTAWA — Quincy softball remains undefeated after a sweep of Wahluke on Saturday.
WENATCHEE — Panther soccer bagged their second win of the season on Friday night. They hosted Skyline, a team that demands your full attention, and beat them for the first time since 2015, outscoring them 3-1.
WENATCHEE — Panther tennis began the spring season with a home match against Davis on Thursday and they kept a long-running tradition going by beating the Pirates 4-3 for the girls and 6-1 for the boys.
ROCK ISLAND — Girls' golf converged on the Rock Island Golf Course on Friday afternoon. Eastmont hosted the event and took third with a team score of 280 after Southridge and Kamiakin. Wenatchee scored 339 to finish eighth out of 11 other 3A and 4A schools.
EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont soccer hasn’t shied away from the competition. The latest test was on their home field Friday night when they hosted the Newport Knights.
ELLENSBURG — Wenatchee softball started the new season right after they swept Ellensburg in a doubleheader on Thursday night. They won the games 10-4 and 12-10.
EAST WENATCHEE — Eastmont’s start to the softball season had an annoying ring of familiarity over the weekend — a loss to Skyline.
ELLENSBURG — The first game of the season finally came for Cascade boy soccer. Last year their 15-4-2 record gave them a second-place district finish and an appearance in the state quarterfinal, where they lost to University Prep in overtime.
EPHRATA — A year ago, Quincy beat Ephrata 3-1. The Tigers went on to end their 7-12 season at districts.
QUINCY — The Jackrabbits were off of a recent win over Tonasket on Thursday night when they hosted last year’s 2B Softball District Champions, the Lake Roosevelt Raiders.
QUINCY — The Jackrabbits are coming off of a quality baseball season. Last year, they finished 12-11, were the runner-up in the district championship and made it to regionals.
SELAH — Cashmere soccer was still looking for their first win when they journeyed to Selah. They didn’t find it with the Vikings when they lost 2-0 but Cashmere Head Coach Manny Flores likes what he sees from his team.
MOSES LAKE — After a strong opener at Davis, Eastmont tennis traveled to Moses Lake on Thursday, where they had a near repeat performance.
CASHMERE — The 2023 baseball season began on the Bulldogs' home field Wednesday night. They hosted the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions, a group acquainted with the Caribou Trail League.
OTHELLO — After a narrow loss to Woodinville over the weekend, Wenatchee baseball was hoping their next game, against the Othello Huskies, would roll their way and even out their record.
EPHRATA — Only a year ago, 2A Ephrata made a clean sweep of 1A Chelan girls and boys tennis by posting a team score of 5-0 in each group. That did little to bother either team, as the Goats and Tigers went on to win the Caribou Trail League and Central Washington Athletic Conference, respectively.
CHELAN — A fresh season brought a big turnout for the Chelan boys' soccer team. A total of 45 athletes competed with the hope of making varsity.
YAKIMA — Eastmont tennis began the 2023 season at Davis on Tuesday. After the boys graduated a large swath of their team last year, they were essentially working with a skeleton crew. They lost to Davis 6-1.