Wenatchee High School football tight end Rivers Cook reaches over a Medical Lake player to make a tough catch during a scrimmage at Wenatchee's annual football camp Wednesday. The camp that started last Sunday night, includes nine school from around the state. Wenatchee coach Scott Devereaux said about 450 players and coaches are included in this year's event hosted by his team and parents. They've been putting on the program for about 25 years.

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Wenatchee High School football tight end Rivers Cook reaches over a Medical Lake player to make a tough catch during a scrimmage at Wenatchee's annual football camp Wednesday. The camp that started last Sunday night, includes nine school from around the state. Wenatchee coach Scott Devereaux said about 450 players and coaches are included in this year's event hosted by his team and parents. They've been putting on the program for about 25 years.

WENATCHEE — Emotions ran high and the game was a tad chippy at times in the second half, but the Wenatchee Panthers were able to send their seniors off with a satisfying win nonetheless after discarding the Sunnyside Grizzlies 3-nil Friday night at the Apple Bowl.

The Quincy Jacks’ basketball team guaranteed its fans at least a third game in the state tournament after vanquishing a stubborn Blaine Borderites squad Wednesday afternoon, 69-51 in the Yakima Valley SunDome.

Following a split in two home games last weekend, the Wenatchee Wild take to the road to face the Cranbrook Bucks for a pair of games and one against the Trail Smoke Eaters.

EAST WENATCHEE — Thursday’s Unified basketball game had the trappings of any other sporting event: cheerleaders, a loud and eager student section, pregame introductions, the names of Eastmont’s athletes on a poster in the hallway outside of the gym and banners for both teams to run through pregame.