WENATCHEE — With temperatures expected to soar into the mid-80s and a handful of events scattered around the valley the rest of the week, get outside and enjoy some of the sunshine over this Summer Solstice weekend.
WENATCHEE — Even the best of tennis players had to start somewhere. Roger Federer was not naturally born with a killer forehand. Tennis camp provides a way for beginners to learn the game while having a bit of fun.
EAST WENATCHEE — Former WVC head baseball coach Darren Hoff will take over the Eastmont baseball program this coming season, pending School Board approval, after he was named the Wildcats new head coach in a press release from Eastmont Athletic Director Russ Waterman Monday afternoon.
Brooks Koepka fell short in his attempt to win his third consecutive U.S. Open on Sunday, but the four-time major champion has already been installed as the early favorite to win next month's Open Championship in Northern Ireland.
The U.S. women's national team's call for equal pay is gathering support from a number of presidential candidates and advocates as the World Cup holders keep obliterating the opposition in their pursuit of a fourth title in France.
The United States' squad is more motivated than ever, coach Jill Ellis said on Sunday after making seven changes in the 3-0 win against Chile in the women's World Cup to give her fringe players an opportunity to get rid of any tournament nerves.
It seems like a particularly fanciful (or delusional) notion right now, based on the current American League standings, and based on the team’s largely depressing history. You may snicker and mock at your pleasure.
OAKLAND, Calif. — After three days of drama and eventual failure — something that figures to be a problem in the games to come — the Mariners did their best to remove the possibility of a bullpen meltdown for the fourth consecutive game.
MINNEAPOLIS — With the Everett AquaSox beginning the “short” minor league season, the Mariners announced the signing of four more picks from their 2019 draft class, including their top two picks, right-handed pitcher George Kirby and left-handed pitcher Brandon Williamson, to professional co…
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Jordan Spieth recovered from a surprise encounter with a rake to stay on the edge of contention, six strokes behind clubhouse leader Justin Rose after his second round at the U.S. Open on Friday.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Birdies were harder to come by at the U.S. Open on Friday but a rock steady Justin Rose had enough of them to take a two-shot clubhouse lead midway through the second round at a chilly Pebble Beach Golf Links.
The Seattle Mariners’ step-back plan was born at 9 a.m. on Nov. 8, 2018, when the club announced a five-player trade with the Tampa Bay Rays that sent away the Mariners’ beloved starting catcher and brought back two largely unknown young outfielders.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox went toe-to-toe with unbeaten Walla Walla on Friday night, but in the end, it was the Sweets that came away with the 3-1 victory, thanks to a later homer by Carson Green.
PARIS — France’s last group game against Nigeria at the women’s World Cup will be a double-edged sword as a draw will see them advance as top of Group A, but will also send them towards a likely quarter-final clash against the United States.
Thailand goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying endured a humiliating night conceding 13 goals to the United States in the women's World Cup on Tuesday but paid tribute to American forward Carli Lloyd for offering words of encouragement after the loss.
Shaquem Griffin will forever be known for far more than what he does on a football field, his tale of overcoming the loss of his left hand at age 4 to make it to the NFL serving as an inspiration long after his playing days are done.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Fred VanVleet gave Toronto the lead for good on a 3-pointer with 3:46 remaining, and the Raptors took advantage of another serious Golden State injury to beat the Warriors 114-110 on Thursday night and reward Canada with its first NBA championship.
PEBBLE BEACH, CA. — Rory McIlroy swapped his putter for a Toronto Raptors jersey after winning the Canadian Open and nearly forgot to get it back before heading off to the U.S. Open, said the Northern Irishman on Wednesday.
LEWISTON, Idaho — Former Lewis-Clark State baseball standout Tyler Burch has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Philadelphia Phillies organization. The right-handed pitcher was a four-year Warrior and was named an All-American his junior year.
MINNEAPOLIS — The swagger Daniel Vogelbach exudes in front of teammates is often missing in his moments with the media. Deferential to veterans and respectful of the game, he is cautious in what he says on the record.
Seahawks receiver David Moore fielded some questions about future end zone celebrations Wednesday. The post-touchdown coordinations had become become a staple for Seattle last season, and reporters wanted to know about plans for 2019. The back-and-forth was entertaining, particularly when Mo…
RENTON — Temperatures hit 90 degrees at the VMAC during Day 2 of the Seahawks’ mandatory minicamp. You won’t find any weather-related puns here … but you will find more buzz about rookie receiver DK Metcalf.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele and Louis Oosthuizen made flying starts to share the U.S. Open first-round clubhouse lead on five-under-par 66 as players plundered Pebble Beach on Thursday.
WENATCHEE — The AppleSox ended their six-game losing streak and earned their 400th career win in the West Coast League after doubling up the Port Angeles Lefties 14-7 Wednesday night at Paul Thomas Sr. Stadium.
Daniel Vogelbach went 4-for-5 with a homer, and Seattle took advantage of three 10th-inning Minnesota errors to score three unearned runs and pull out a 9-6 victory over the Twins on Wednesday night in Minneapolis.
BOSTON — Rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington shined in a 32-save performance as the St. Louis Blues beat the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 of the finals Wednesday for their first Stanley Cup title in franchise history.