Dunbar out on bond, attorney says he didn’t do it

Seahawks Quinton Dunbar released on Bond

Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar is out of jail on 100-thousand dollars bond today after turning himself into authorities Saturday. A warrant for Dunbar’s arrest was issued Thursday in Miramar, Florida along with New York Giant’s cornerback DeAndre Baker for the duo’s alleged roll in an armed robbery at a party Wednesday night.

Dunbar’s attorney, Michael Grieco, argued before the judge Sunday morning that his client should be set free. Grieco showed the judge affidavits from five witnesses at the party that exonerates his client. Reportedly, the five witness are the same five who reported the theft to police.

Dunbar and Baker are accused of robbing thousands of dollars in cash and pricey designer watches at gunpoint after an argument broke out at a party Wednesday night.

Harvick wins 50th career race in NASCAR’s return Sunday

NASCAR celebrated a successful return to racing Sunday with the Real Heroes 400 at Darlington Raceway….

Harvick wins NASCAR's Real Heroes 400

Kevin Harvick won his 50th race in his career with NASCAR’S first race since March. Harvick led 159 laps of the race, which was run without fans. It was the first of four NASCAR races that will be run within 10-days.

WVSO schedules two practices

If you missed the news on Friday, Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval announced it was scheduling some practice nights…

WVSO Schedules 2 Practices

The Super Oval announced on social media today that there will be two open practice sessions on May 27th and June 3rd from 5-to-8pm. The pits will open at 4 o’clock and the cost to teams is 125-dollars with a maximum of 5 people allowed per team. To reserve a spot, you need to call ahead at 509-884-8592.

PGA returns with fundraiser for COVID relief

The PGA made a return Sunday as well with the TaylorMade Driving Relief match play event at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida…

McIlroy and Johnson win PGA fundraiser

Rory McIlroy delivered the winning shot Sunday and he and Dustin Johnson edged the team of Matthew Wolff and Rickie Fowler. McIlroy and Johnson raised 1.85-million dollars for the American Nurses Foundation. Wolff and Fowler raised 1.15-million for the CDC Foundation.

It was the first televised PGA event since early march and featured players carrying their own bags. There was also no gallery and players were mic’d up for an inside listen to conversations between the players.

Governor eases restrictions to allow golfing foursomes

Golfers got great news Friday with Governor Jay Inslee’s update of rules regarding COVID precautions on the links…

Foursomes now allowed on golf courses

The biggest of the five new updates is that unrelated foursomes are now allowed. When golfing returned May 5th, only players from the same household were allowed to play together.

The update says, “foursomes are permitted as long as the course determines that foursomes will not create congestion on the course. Single players should be asked if they would like to be paired together.”

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule this week

Coming up this week on the NCWLIFE Sports Schedule…

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule

We’re going back to a Thursday-through-Sunday schedule this week and kick it off in fine fashion Thursday night with Hockey Night. We’re sticking with the amazing playoff run for the Wenatchee Wild in 2018 with Game 5 of the Doyle Cup Finals with the Spruce Grove Saints. Arch Ecker has the play-by-play at 7 o’clock.

On Friday, we’ll bring you AppleSox baseball against the Yakima Valley Pippins from last August. Saturday will start with West Valley and Eastmont wrestling from January of 2017 at 2 o’clock. That’s followed at 6:30 by Big-9 football from September of 2017 between Eastmont and West Valley.

Then on Sunday, we’ll have a Wenatchee Wild vs. Merritt Centennials double-dip at 2 o’clock and 7 o’clock from last November 1st and 2nd at the Town Toyota Center.