We featured baseball Saturday here on the NCWLIFE Channel as Eastmont took on Wenatchee in a doubleheader. The games had to be moved to Recreation Park because of rain in the forecast.
The Panthers won the opener in a back-and-forth contest, coming up with 2-runs in the top of the 7th inning and hanging on for the 9-8 win. Joel Norman had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Tyler Schuyleman finished 3-for-3 with a double, 2-runs and an RBI for Wenatchee in the win. Jack Kovanen was 3-for-4 with a couple runs and an RBI and Isaac England was 3-for-4 with a run and 2-RBI’s.
Game 2 was a different story as they played on despite a steady rain falling at Recreation Park. The Wildcat’s Hunter Ruhl made sure his team would “rein” in the Panthers with a 3-run bomb…
Eastmont would go on for the 8-3 win as Ruhl finished 2-for-2 with 4-RBI’s. Elijah Smiley was also 2-for-3 with 2-runs for the Wildcats and Cooper Richards struck out 10 over 6-innings to earn the victory.
NCW Prep Baseball Scoreboard
Taking a look at the rest of our prep baseball scoreboard…
Okanogan swept Almira-Coulee/Hartline Friday 10-5 and 5-3. Cashmere took two from Omak by the same scores of 18-to-1. Ephrata shut down Cascade 13-4 and 19-0. And Tonasket took two from Lake Roosevelt 13-3 and 16-6.
On Saturday, Moses Lake swept Brewster 13-5 and 5-3. Chelan took care of Quincy 12-1 and 19-0. And Waterville-Mansfield got by Pateros in a single game 13-10.
NCW Prep Softball Scoreboard
On the fastpitch diamonds…
Friday, Omak swept Cascade 11-1 and 9-0. Tonasket and Lake Roosevelt split with the Tigers winning the opener 5-2 and the Raiders winning the nightcap 9-7.
On Saturday, Wenatchee dropped two to Warden 14-6 and 13-0. Ephrata swept Moses Lake 7-5 and 9-8. Cashmere dominated Quincy 10-0 and 16-2. Manson split a doubleheader with the Eastmont JV, winning the opener 17-2 but dropping the nightcap 12-1. Brewster swept Oroville 19-4 and 16-5.
NCW Prep Boys Soccer Scoreboard
We have 8 boys soccer scores to pass along…
First on Friday, Cascade doubled-up Brewster 4-2 and Wenatchee rolled over Royal 5-1.
On Saturday, Eastmont won at Wahluke 2-1. Quincy shut out Chelan 5-nil. Okanogan got by Oroville 4-2. Bridgeport beat Tonasket 3-1. Manson blanked Ephrata 1-nil. And Moses Lake edged Cashmere 2-1.
Eastmont and Cashmere soccer featured Tuesday on NCWLIFE Channel
Speaking of Cashmere, just a reminder that we’ll have the Bulldogs and Eastmont Wildcats in boys soccer tomorrow night LIVE on NCWLIFE Channel. Sebastian Moraga and Neil Oysten will have the call with the pregame beginning at 6:50 at Wildcat Stadium.
WVC Knight recap of scores and schedule
Finally, here’s a quick recap of the weekend for Wenatchee Valley College sports. The Knight’s men’s basketball team edged Yakima Valley Friday night 96-94. North Idaho edged the men’s soccer team Saturday 2-1. And in women’s softball Sunday, Walla Walla swept a doubleheader against the Lady Knights 10-9 and 8-6.
Volleyball and women’s basketball that were scheduled for tomorrow have been cancelled. The men’s basketball team will travel to Walla Walla tomorrow at 7:30.
Boston bests Seattle 5-3, teams split series
The Mariners split the 4-game series with Boston over the weekend, falling Sunday 5-to-3…
Nick Margevicius couldn’t get out of the first inning, walking four batters and giving up 4-runs on 2-hits. Seattle manager Scott Servais says they’re actually concerned about there being something wrong with “Mardge’s” shoulder…
Mitch Haniger went 1-for-3 at the plate with a double and run scored. Seattle now heads for Houston today to being a 4-game series with the Astros. First pitch today is at 5:10 with Justus Sheffield facing Jose Urquidy.
Seattle finds itself a game out of 1st place in the American League West after the weekend. On Sunday, Maikel Franco homered to open the floodgates for Baltimore in a 5-run 8th inning to beat Oakland 8-to-1.
Shohei Ohtani broke a 2-all tie with a solo home run in the 8th and Los Angeles added an insurance run in the 9th as the Angels beat Houston 4-2.
Chicago scored 8-runs in the first three frames and made it hold up as the White Sox dumped the Rangers 8-4.