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As the Wenatchee Wild continue to prepare for the coming 2021-22 season, they’ve taken another step toward building their roster with the addition of goaltender Andy Vlaha.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — University of Louisville women’s basketball freshman guard and former Cashmere star Hailey Van Lith was named Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Freshman of the Week for the second time Monday afternoon.

EAST WENATCHEE — After the WIAA Executive Board voted last week to amend its prep sports schedule, the question for Big 9 athletic directors became: how do you schedule games when schools are in four different counties and two separate regions, per Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Healthy Washington - Roa…

RENTON — The WIAA Executive Board voted Wednesday evening to again amend its season schedule, moving traditional fall sports — football, girls and 1B/2B boys soccer, girls swim and dive, volleyball and cross country — to Season 1, while choosing to review winter and spring sports at its Jan.…

The 2020-21 hockey season for the Wenatchee Wild never got a chance to get off the ground thanks in part to a global pandemic, but work has begun to construct the roster for the 2021-22 BCHL season.

Following a weekend tournament in Dallas over the first weekend of December, the Wenatchee Wolves U18 AAA and Wenatchee Wilderness U16 AAA clubs traveled to Phoenix, Ariz., for a slate of midweek games.

WENATCHEE — During a typical fall season, this week would have been one of the biggest of the year for both Wenatchee and Eastmont football teams as they prepared for the annual Bridge of Sportsmanship (or Battle of the Bridges) rivalry game, which the Wildcats have won the past two years.

WENATCHEE — There is no question Kara Melton, the new girls’ swim and dive coach for Wenatchee, has some big shoes to fill when the season gets underway in March. She’s taking over for a legend in James Elwyn and will lead one of the premier girls’ swim programs in the state.

The calls and emails flowed into Jon Snyder’s inbox at Gov. Jay Inslee’s office, and there were times when he felt like a circus juggler trying to weigh the benefits of return-to-play options for youth sports leagues against the risks of doing so in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox finally acquiesced Tuesday morning, announcing on their website they were canceling their 2020 Training Camp; effectively closing the door for any kind of organized summer baseball at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium this season.