The Eastmont Wildcats made a first-half goal by Jayden Brown hold up in a 1-nil win over Wenatchee last night at Lee Bofto Field at the Apple Bowl…
Megan Chandler got a lead pass that she chipped over to Brown for what proved to be the game-winner. Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the play-by-play on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Also on the Les Schwab Prep Girls Soccer Scoreboard, Moses Lake topped Eisenhower 5-1. Cashmere and Overlake played to a 1-1 tie. Chelan edged Brewster 2-1. Selah shut out Quincy 5-nil and Ephrata edged Othello 3-to-2.
Wenatchee downs Eastmont in volleyball
On the Les Schwab Prep Volleyball Scoreboard, Wenatchee defended its home court with a 3-1 win over Eastmont. Quincy shut out Cashmere 3-games-to-none. Ephrata eased past East Valley of Yakima 3-2. La Salle took care of Cascade 3-0. And Brewster downed Manson 3-1.
Panthers also one-up Wildcats in pool
Earlier in the day in the pool, Wenatchee had no trouble knocking off Eastmont 131-to-55.
Wenatchee hosts Ike under the Thursday Night Lights on NCWLIFE
We’re busily preparing to turn around and bring you another LIVE sports event tomorrow night on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Thursday Night Lights will feature the Eisenhower Cadets and Wenatchee Panthers at Lee Bofto Field at the Apple Bowl. Join Grant Olson and Eric Granstrom for the play-by-play with the pregame at 6:45. The Cadets are 1-and-2 while the Panthers are 2-and-1.
Manson’s Beazley WIAA Athlete of the Week
The WIAA has announced Manson’s Caden Beazley as an Athlete of the Week…
Beazley carried the ball 13 times for 165-yards and four first-half touchdowns in the Trojan’s 50-to-30 win over Liberty Christian last Friday. He also caught two passes for 54-yards and had an interception on defense.
Cole leads Astros on record-setting night
Gerrit Cole had something to prove Tuesday night against the Mariners. He wanted the Houston single-season record for strikeouts and to win his 19th game. He did both as the Astros beat Seattle 4-nothing…
Cole needed 11 to tie the mark set by J.R. Richard in 1978. The 29-year old right hander set down 14 in 7-innings for 316 strikeouts this year. He also earned his 19th victory by combining with two relievers on a 4-hit shutout.
JP Crawford and Dee Gordon were the only Mariners to get two hits each. Tommy Milone worked 4-and-a-third innings for the loss, allowing 3-runs on 3-hits with 3-strikeouts and 3-walks.
The two teams play again tonight at 7:10 with Zach Greinke going against Yusei Kikuchi.
AL Wild Card race tightens
Taking a look at the Les Schwab American League Scoreboard to see where we are on the Wild Card race…
David Fletcher went 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI to lead Los Angeles past Oakland 3-2.
In St. Petersburg, Florida, the only runs were scored on home runs and the final was off the bat of Ji-Man Choi in the bottom of the 12th to give Tampa Bay a 2-1 win over the Yankees.
Jose Ramirez hit two home runs including a grand slam and had 7-RBI’s to lead Cleveland in a romp over the White Sox 11-nothing.
So the three-dog race for two Wild Card spots in the American League tightens with the A’s leading the Rays for the 1st spot by just a half-game. Cleveland is a half-game back of Tampa Bay for the 2nd spot.