We featured a little soccer in the hamlet of Cashmere last night here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
With temperatures plummeting into the low 20’s, the Bulldogs erased a 1-nil halftime deficit to beat Cascade 6-3 to claim the regular season Caribou Trail League Championship. The two teams will play for the District title Saturday in the Apple Bowl at 6 o’clock.
Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the call last night, here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Also in girls soccer last night it was the first round of the CWAC District Tournament. Ephrata advanced to the semifinals with a 5-0 win over East Valley of Yakima. The Tigers will face Ellensburg Thursday at 5. Quincy’s season came to an end, falling to Othello 4-1. The Huskies advance to face Selah Thursday at 5 in the semifinals.
In other action, Davis pulled the upset and beat Moses Lake 3-2 last night. Wenatchee blanked Eisenhower 3-nil. The Panthers finish the regular season 9-and-3. Eastmont is 9-and-2, while Moses Lake is 8-and-3 with the Wildcats hosting the Chiefs Saturday LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel at 1 o’clock.
An Eastmont win would give the Wildcats the Big-9 League title outright. A Moses Lake win would put three teams in a tiebreaker scenario involving a convoluted point system.
Also last night, Tonasket topped Manson 7-nil.
Wenatchee wins regular season finale in girls volleyball
Turning to the Les Schwab Prep Volley Scoreboard…
Wenatchee beat Eisenhower 3-games-to-1 to finish the Big-9 schedule 10-and-2 and firmly in second place. The Panthers will travel to West Valley for the District Championship next Saturday at Noon.
Moses Lake swept Davis 25-20, 20 and 22 and will host Eastmont tonight at 7. The Wildcats will host the Pirates next Tuesday in a District Play-In game. The Chiefs will either host Eisenhower or play at Ike in the Play-In game Tuesday pending the outcome of tonight’s match with Eastmont and the Cadet’s match with Sunnyside Thursday.
In Caribou Trail League play last night, Omak swept Cascade 3-0 while Chelan swept Okanogan 3-0.
The CWAC’s final day saw Ephrata sweep East Valley of Yakima last night while Quincy swept three games from Othello. The District Tournament starts next Tuesday with Ephrata playing Quincy at Ellensburg High School at 5 o’clock.
Cashmere girls and Cascade boys claim CTL district cross country crowns
And, in the Caribou Trail League district cross country meet yesterday at Walla Walla Point Park…
The Cashmere girls are district champs with Chelan second and Cascade 3rd. Okanogan’s Lexi LaDoux won the girl’s race while Cashmere’s Sydney Smith was second. The Cascade boys are district champions with Cashmere second and Chelan 3rd. Cashmere’s Rob McManus won the boys race with Cascade’s Landon Davies second.