Eastmont captures District Bowling Championship, Wenatchee 2nd

District Bowling

Hastings leads Eastmont to District Bowling Title

EAST WENATCHEE, WA – The Eastmont Wildcats played second-fiddle to the Wenatchee Panthers throughout the Big 9 Girls Bowling season. Such wasn’t the case Friday as Eastmont came out with a bang defending its District 6 Championship with a 74-pin win over Wenatchee…
District 6 Bowling
Alicia Hastings was medalist with a 659 series (202, 237, 220). Wenatchee’s Jessica Holbrook placed 2nd with a 603 series (236, 202, 165).

Eastmont’s total pin count for the day was 3,988 compared with Wenatchee’s 3,914. Both teams will advance to the State Tournament next week at Narrows Lanes in Tacoma.

Prior to the competition, awards were handed out for first and second team All-District as well as honorable mention. The Coach of the Year award went to Wenatchee’s Jeff Leavitt. And the Panther’s leadoff bowler was recognized as well…

District 6 Bowling Awards 2019-01-25

Focus turning to college basketball in downhill stretch

It’s that time of year where we begin to shift our attention to college basketball as the season winds towards tournament play. And on the Les Schwab Scoreboard from last night…
Every single Gonzaga started scored in double-figures as the Bulldogs wiped out Santa Clara 98-39.

Jaylen Nowell scored 20points, capped by three free throws with 1.6-seconds left to give Washington a 61-56 win at Oregon.

Stephen Thompson Jr. had 22-points with four 3-pointers, six rebounds and seven assists to lead Oregon State past Washington State 90-77.

And in Big Sky play, Portland State topped Eastern Washington 78-65.

On the Women’s Les Schwab Scoreboard last night…
The Gonzaga women improved to 18-and-2 on the season, 7-and-1 in West Coast Conference play, with a 78-51 win over San Francisco. And Eastern Washington fell at home to Portland State 76-64.

Wenatchee hosts #1 Sunnyside tonight on NCWLIFE

Also on the prep schedules for tonight…
In girls basketball, we’ll have the crew at Wenatchee High School tonight for the Panthers and Sunnyside beginning with the girls at 5:45. Eastmont’s on the road at Moses Lake tonight. Cascade hosts Chelan. And at 6, Waterville-Mansfield plays at Tonasket.

Wenatchee boys try to stay atop the Big Nine standings

The boys schedule looks very familiar…
Chelan is at Cascade at 7:15. We’ll have Wenatchee and Sunnyside boys at about 7:30 here on the NCWLIFE Channel. Moses Lake hosts Eastmont while Waterville-Mansfield is at Tonasket, also at 7:30.

Wild try to snap losing string vs. Rivermen tonight

The Wenatchee Wild will try to snap a two game losing skid tonight with the Langley Rivermen in town…
The two teams will drop the puck at 7:05 at the Town Toyota Center. Then tomorrow, the defending National Champion Chilliwack Chiefs pay a visit at 7:05.

Wenatchee at Eastmont highlights weekend hoops

It’s a pretty skimpy weekend for the prep schedule…
We’ll be courtside with Grant and Eric at Eastmont High School where the Wildcats host the Wenatchee Panthers at 5:45 in girls play. Waterville-Mansfield returns home to host Oroville at 6 o’clock Saturday.
Then in boy’s play, we’ll have the Wildcats and Panthers at about 7:30. The Hornets and Shockers will also tip it up at 7:30 in Waterville.