Cashmere dominates Chelan in girls soccer 9-0

Cashmere Girls Blast Chelan 9-0

The Cashmere girls soccer team started the season off on the right foot last night, downing visiting Chelan 9-nil. The Bulldogs struck early and often as junior forward Molly High scored on a breakaway goal in the first minute of action to put Cashmere ahead 1-0. The home squad tacked on two more goals in the first half to take a 3-0 lead at intermission.

Sophomore Grace Norman scored 3 goals to pick up the hat trick, and she also added 3 assists. Elizabeth High added two goals, and Carley Diaz scored a goal and picked up two assists. Abby Fritz and Natalie Dart also added goals for the Bulldogs, and Zoe Brown added an assist.

Cashmere had 29 shots on goal, and limited the Goats to just 4 shots. Goalkeeper’s Tess Scott and Ava Courtney combined on the shutout.

Eastmont improves to 2-0 with 7-0 win in Ephrata

You’d certainly understand if Eastmont was a little weary after its dramatic, 2-1 shootout win over rival Wenatchee Saturday. Especially since the Wildcats were on the road last night for it’s first trip to Ephrata High School…

Eastmont blanks Ephrata 7-0

Eastmont showed no sign of letting up, jumping out to a 5-nothing lead at half and coasting to a 7-nil victory. Jayden Brown and Megan Chandler each had two goals to help the Wildcats to a 2-and-oh start on the season. Also contributing a goal apiece in the offensive onslaught were Paige and Rylee Fischer. The Tigers scored an owl goal just before half.

NCW A-D’s wrangle with game scheduling and no or little fans

Part of the challenge for local athletic directors, besides trying to put together high school sports during a pandemic, is appeasing the families of players who want to watch them play. Due to phasing restrictions on capacity percentages, most schools in the region are allowing very few, if any fans to physically attend games.

An attempt at a solution is the NFHS Network. This is an online streaming service that, for a nominal fee, allows supporters of a school or team watch games on-line. Wenatchee athletic director Jim Beeson admits there are limitations…

Jim Beeson on NFHS Challenges 2021-03-03

Jim Beeson on NFHS Challenges 2021-03-03

Eastmont A-D Russ Waterman says they’re trying to use social media as much as possible to help fan follow along, but is happy to have NCWLIFE as a partner in broadcasting games throughout the season…

Russ Waterman on Game Streams 2021-03-03

Russ Waterman on Game Streams 2021-03-03

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule

We will broadcast girls swimming and diving tomorrow from the Eastmont Aquatic Center featuring Eastmont, Wenatchee and Moses Lake. We’ll be at Lee Bofto Field at the Apple Bowl Friday at 6:30 for Wenatchee and Moses Lake football. Then on Saturday at 1, we’ll be at Eastmont’s Wildcat Stadium for Eastmont and Moses Lake girls soccer.

Beeson also had high praise for NCWLIFE after a debacle last weekend in Wenatchee’s soccer game with Eastmont…

Jim Beeson Praising NCWLIFE 2021-03-03

Jim Beeson Praising NCWLIFE 2021-03-03

Cashmere athletic director Jeff Carlson was also on that Zoom conference with sports director Eric Granstrom. You can see his entire interview below…

WUWV Athletic Directors Interview 2021-03-02

WUWV Athletic Directors Interview 2021-03-02

Kikuchi looks good even though Mariners lose to Cleveland

The Mariners are 1-and-1 in Cactus League play after a 6-1 loss at the hands of Cleveland Tuesday…

Cleveland tops Mariners 6-1

Yusei Kikuchi got his first start of the spring for Seattle, allowing a run on a hit with three strikeouts and 1-walk in 2-innings. Manager Scott Servais says he was happy with how Kikuchi looked…

Scott Servais on Kikuchi Pitching 2021-03-03

Scott Servais on Kikuchi Pitching 2021-03-03

Seattle travels to Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona to take on the Chicago Cubs today at 12:10.

Cougars and Huskies begin Pac-12 Women’s Tournament today

The Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament gets underway today at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas…

Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament

The Washington State women take on Utah in the first round at 5, followed by Washington at Colorado at 8. All the games will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network.