Wild Win and Eastmont Downs Wenatchee – Sports

Wenatchee stops Trail 7-4 in BCHL Hockey while Eastmont downs Wenatchee in Girls Bowling

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NCWLIFE Channel Sports for Thursday, Dec. 7th

WENATCHEE, WA – Back in November, Wenatchee dropped a discouraging 7-5 loss on the road at Trail. Last night, Wenatchee was looking for some revenge. Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network…


So, despite falling behind 2-nil in the first, as we take a look at the Les Schwab Scoreboard, Wenatchee comes roaring back for the 7-4 win thanks to goals by Nathan Iannone, Daniel Chladek, Lucas Sowder, AJ Vanderbeck, Josh Arnold, Slava Demin and Murphy Stratton. The Wild travel to Merritt tomorrow and Prince George on Saturday.
Wild beat Trail 7-4
Meanwhile, tonight is Hockey Night on the NCWLIFE Channel.  It all starts at 7 with the Call of the Wild and Clarky’s Corner followed by the Wild against Salmon Arm in a game from the Town Toyota Center November 25th.

The battle for first place in girls Big Nine Bowling played out at Eastmont Lanes Wednesday afternoon as Wenatchee hosted Eastmont. The two teams came in undefeated on the season and it was a back-and-forth clash, with the match really being determined in the second game, coming down to each team’s final bowlers in Wenatchee’s Taylor Bitterman and Eastmont’s Becca Maines. Eric Granstrom and Paul Paiva had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…

It officially goes down as a 3-to-1 win for Eastmont as the Wildcats remain undefeated. You can watch the complete match Saturday night at 7 here on the NCWLIFE Channel.

On the Prep Sports Calendar today…
Prep Schedule Dec 7, 2017
Boys Swimming and Diving
Wenatchee at Eastmont, 4pm

Basketball
Soap Lake at Waterville-Mansfield with the girls at 6 and the boys to follow at 7:30pm

On the Les Schwab College Basketball Scoreboard from last night…
College Basketball Scores Dec 7, 2017
Washington pulled off the upset of #2 Kansas on the road last night by handing the previously unbeaten Jayhawks a 74-65 victory. The Huskies were led by the 19-points and five three-pointers from Matisse Thybulle. Washington can’t celebrate too long, however, as #12 Gonzaga comes to Seattle Sunday.

Meanwhile, in Moscow, the battle of the Palouse was not so much as Idaho dismantled Washington State 91-64.