Davis Pins Wenatchee 51-30

WHS vs Davis Wrestling

Pirates Get Seven Straight Pins to Top Panthers

WENATCHEE, WA – The Wenatchee Panthers hosted Davis last night here on the NCWLIFE Channel and despite getting out to an early 24-nothing lead, lost 51-30 as the Pirates won by pin in seven consecutive matches. Eric Granstrom had the call…


And it would be all Davis from there, winning 7 of the next 8 matches by pin to go on for the 51-30 victory.

Eastmont went on the road to start the Big 9 league season and picked up a 42-30 win at West Valley. Shyanne Chang wrestled up with the boys and won by pin at 106-pounds. Nathan Chang pinned at 120 and Thomas Krawcyk pinned at 138. Max Prazer pulled off the come-from-behind win at 195 by getting a take down and near-fall for five points at the buzzer to win by one.

Cashmere Sweeps Chelan in Girls & Boys Basketball

It was a busy night around North Central Washington in high school sports. So let’s jump right in with the Les Schwab Prep Scoreboard in boys basketball…
The Cashmere Bulldogs played host to the Chelan Goats at Ron Doane Memorial Gymnasium. Thanks to Charlie Brown, here you see a picture of the sophomore phenom Mason Landdeck…
Landdeck and the rest of the Bulldogs were too much for the Goats, winning it 95-70. Also in Central Washington B League play last night, it was Manson downing Soap Lake 70-38 and Liberty Bell edged Waterville-Mansfield 46-44.

Turning to the Les Schwab Girls Basketball Scoreboard last night…
Hailey VanLith and the Cashmere girls hosted Chelan in the Caribou Trail League opener for both teams. Thanks again to Charlie Brown for the nice photo…
And Cashmere went away with the 63-29 victory to improve to 3-and-oh on the season. It was Okanogan over Cascade 50-37. Manson stopped Soap Lake 25-23. And Waterville-Mansfield was a bucket better than Liberty Bell, 45-42.

Wenatchee and Eastmont Bowlers Pick Up Victories

On the Les Schwab Girls Bowling Scoreboard Tuesday…
Wenatchee beat Selah at Eastmont Lanes 3-1 with a pin count of 2,035 to 1,556. Top scores for the Panthers were Madie Munro with a personal-best 202; Hannah Johnson with a 198; Jessica Holbrook with a 196 and 183; Kylah Hankins with a 191; and Jaiden Thompson with a 190.

Eastmont was also a narrow winner, downing Moses Lake 3-2.  The Wildcats had 1,873 pins to the Chief’s 1,702.  Colby Hull and Alicia Hastings both had game-high’s with 214’s.

Wild to Battle Penticton Friday for 1st in Interior Division

The Wild will host Penticton at the Town Toyota Center in a battle for first place in the BCHL’s Interior Division Friday. We ran into Josh Arnold and PJ Fletcher at the Pink at the Rink painting party Monday night and asked about the six game winning streak and if the team is starting to hit its stride…


The Wild and Vees play a home-and-home Friday and Saturday, with the first game here and the second game in Penticton.