Cashmere Sweeps Hoops Opener


Bulldogs Top Tigers in Basketball Openers

CASHMERE, WA – On the Les Schwab Prep Boys Basketball Scoreboard from last night…
Cashmere edged Ephrata 79-74. Cascade travelled to Quincy and picked up a 52-38 win. And Entiat topped Waterville-Mansfield 55-51.

On the Les Schwab Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard…
Cashmere had no trouble with Ephrata, winning 61-22. Quincy defended its home floor over Cascade 49-24 and Waterville-Mansfield was 15-better than Entiat 41-26.

Wenatchee Girls Bowling Dispatch of Sunnyside 4-0

The Wenatchee girls bowling team hosted Sunnyside Tuesday at Eastmont Lanes and came away with a 4-0 sweep…
Coach Jeff Leavitt tells us the Panther’s total pin count was 1,967 to the Grizzly’s 1,221, a margin of victory of 746 pins. High scores went to sophomore Kylah Hankins with a 235 and Jessica Holbrook with a 192 and 233. Next up for the Panthers is a non-league match against Ellensburg at Minda Lanes Thursday.

Vees Visits Wild Tonight During Daddy-Daughter Night

The Wenatchee Wild entertain 1st place Penticton in a mid-week BCHL class at the Town Toyota Center…
This will be the first time the two teams have met this season. The Vees were the winners of the Interior Division last year and the regular season champions, only to be ousted in the playoffs by Trail in 7-games. Tonight is Daddy-Daughter Night with daughters getting in for free with a paid Dad admission. It’s also dollar hot dog, Pepsi and beer night through the first intermission. The puck will drop at 6:05.

Wild in 3rd Place in Interview Division at Midway Mark

Taking a look at the BCHL standings at the mid-way point of the season…
There’s really not a lot of difference between the top and bottom of the Interior Division with 1st and 7th only separated by 11-points. The Vees are 18-and-7 with 1-overtime loss and 2-shootout losses. Merritt is right behind with 38-points while Wenatchee sits in 3rd with 34-points. The Wild are 16-and-10 with 2-overtime losses. Wenatchee’s sweep of West Kelowna last weekend knocked the Warriors into 4th place with Salmon Arm 5th; Vernon 6th; and Trail 7th. The push really begins after the first of the year for the playoffs.

Wild vs. Warriors on “Hockey Night” on NCWLIFE TV

Tomorrow is Hockey Night on the NCWLIFE Channel…
We’ll bring you the Wild’s game from last Friday against the West Kelowna Warriors. It was a thrilling, back and forth game you don’t want to miss. The puck drops at 7 tomorrow night right here on your exclusive home for Wenatchee Wild Hockey, the NCWLIFE Channel.

Pink at the Rink Next Week, Ice Painting is Monday

Speaking of the Wild, Pink at the Rink is set for Next Friday, December 7th with Penticton back in town. Your chance to add a loved one’s name to the ice in recognition of cancer awareness is Monday, December 3rd between 4 and 5:30. Just head to the Town Toyota Center during that time frame and Wild staff will direct you onto the ice to paint your message.

UW Downs EWU and WSU Stops Cal State Northridge

On the Les Schwab College Basketball Scoreboard last night…
Dominic Green hit seven 3-pointers and scored a career high 25-points, David Crisp added 14 and Washington beat Eastern Washington 83-59. The Huskies improved to 5-2 overall with the win.

Freshman CJ Elleby scored a season-high 23-points and grabbed 11-rebounds with four assists to lead Washington State to a 103-94 win over Cal State Northridge.

Edgar Martinez Steps Aside for Laker to Take Over

The Mariners coaching overhaul is complete as the team announced Monday that Tim Laker had been hired to replace Edgar Martinez as the team’s hitting coach. Martinez asked to transition to a new role as the club’s organizational hitting advisor. Laker comes to Seattle after serving as the Arizona Diamondbacks’ assistant hitting coach the last two seasons.