I took some time to head west last weekend to attend the Sportsmen’s Show in Puyallup. While there, I ran into a familiar face…
Eastern men down Norther Colorado
In the world of sports, we have a few scores to pass along from Monday…
Kim Aiken, Junior scored 20-points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime, to lead Eastern Washington to an 89-84 win over Northern Colorado.
The Lady Eagles weren’t so fortunate, however, as Alisha Davis scored a career-high 21-points to lead the Golden Bears over Eastern 63-42.
Cashmere to honor Kobe with Purple and Yellow Night
We also have one high school score to pass along from last night…
The Entiat girls stopped Soap Lake last night 55-to-22.
Coming up tonight on the prep schedule, Cascade travels to Warden; Chelan hosts Okanogan; Omak is at Cashmere as the Bulldogs recognize Kobe Bryant by asking fans to wear Laker’s colors; and Entiat travels to Cascade Christian at 5:45. Manson is at Liberty Bell at 6 o’clock.
On the boy’s side tonight, Cascade plays at Warden at 7:15. That’s also the same start time for Cashmere and Omak at Ron Doane Memorial Gymnasium as well as Okanogan in Chelan. Coming up at 7:30, Liberty Bell hosts Cascade while Entiat plays at Cascade Christian.
Big-9 girls bowling season wraps up
Earlier today, Eastmont celebrated seniors with its final home bowling match of the season…
The ladies were hosting Sunnyside at Eastmont Lanes. At Lake Bowl in Moses Lake, the Chiefs were also wrapping up the regular season with a match against Eisenhower.
CTL wrestlers gather in Okanogan
On the wrestling mats tonight…
Four Caribou Trail League teams will mix it up at Okanogan. First, at 6 o’clock, it’s Cashmere and Okanogan while Cascade wrestles Chelan. Then at 7, it’s Cashmere and Chelan while Cascade faces Okanogan.
In the CWAC tonight, Quincy hosts Othello while Ephrata travels to Wapato at 7 o’clock.
Wenatchee Wild have busy week ahead
Here’s the lineup for the Wenatchee Wild this week…
It begins tomorrow night in Vernon where the Wild take on the Vipers at 7 o’clock. Then on Friday, Wenatchee plays at Trail starting at 7. Finally, on Saturday, Wenatchee returns home for Guns N Hoses Night at the Town Toyota Center as the Coquitlam Express come to town at 7:05.
Bowling featured tonight on NCWLIFE
Our sports broadcast schedule begins tonight here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
We’ll have Wenatchee and Eastmont girls bowling at 7 o’clock.
Then on Thursday, Hockey Night features the Wild and Surrey at 7 followed by Eastmont and Wenatchee wrestling at 9.
Grant will be at Eastmont High School Friday night where the Wildcats host Moses Lake with the girls at 6:30 and boys at 8.
Then we’ll be at Wenatchee High Saturday night for the Panthers and Eastmont Wildcats with the girls at 5:30 followed by the boys at 7:30. It’s also Hall of Fame night at Wenatchee High, so we’ll bring you that ceremony between the games as the Panthers induct Dillon Sugg, Isaiah Brandt-Sims and Jay Young.