Eastmont Downs Ellensburg to Remain Unbeaten

Eastmont vs Ellensburg

Eastmont Defense Rises to Help Down Bulldogs

EAST WENATCHEE, WA – Let’s start our sports with a look back to Friday and a busy high school football night on the Les Schwab Scoreboard…
The game featured here had Eastmont hosting Ellensburg with the Wildcats winning a close, back-and-forth contest 20-to-14. Eric Granstrom and Grant Olson had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…

So Eastmont goes to 3-and-oh on the season with the win. Wenatchee, meanwhile, earned its first win of the season in a big way, mauling Mt. Boucherie 70-to-nothing. That’s right, 70! The Panthers are now 1-and-2 on the year.

In other prep action Friday, Cashmere had no trouble with Wapato, winning 58-to-6. Mt. Baker caught Cascade 38-19. Chelan shut out South Whidbey 13-nothing. Liberty Christian manhandled Manson 32-14. And defending state champion Almira-Coulee-Hartline had no trouble Saturday against Entiat, winning 64-14.

Chelan Tops Brewster in Penalty Kicks

Turning to the Les Schwab Prep Scoreboard to Saturday in soccer…
It went to penalty kicks to decide it in a shootout as Chelan beat Brewster 3-2. Moses Lake edged Cashmere 2-1. It was Overlake over Cascade 3-1 and Eastmont travelled to the Spokane area and dropped a non-leaguer to Lewis & Clark 6-to-1.

Rams Remain Undefeated with 40-0 Win in Odgen, UT

The Wenatchee Valley Rams made the 723-mile journey to Ogden, Utah Saturday in a semi-pro national qualifier…
And came away with a 40-to-nothing win over the Wasatch Revolution. Next up could be the national championship either in Denver or here in Wenatchee. Stay tuned!

Wenatchee Wild Split with Merritt and West Kelowna

After dropping its first loss of the season Friday at Merritt 7-5, the Wenatchee Wild were looking to right the ship Saturday in West Kelowna…
Chad Sasaki and Lucas Sowder helped Wenatchee tie it at 2 heading into the third, then Jacob Modry and Cristophe Tellier (kris-TOFF TELL-ee-yay) took advantage of the power play to win it 4-2.
To the highlights we go from HockeyTV…

Wenatchee now heads for the BCHL Showcase Friday in Chilliwack.

Wildcats, Cougars and Huskies All Victorious Saturday

Back to the Les Schwab Scoreboard in college football Saturday…
Cedric Cooper rushed for 178 yards on 11-carries and scored once as Central Washington cruised past Humboldt State 49-0 Saturday.

Gardner Minshew was 45-for-57 and 470-yards with two touchdowns to lead Washington State over Eastern Washington 59-24.

Myles Gaskin carried the load for Washington Saturday, rushing 30-times for 143-yards and a touchdown as the Huskies beat Utah 21-7.

Seahawks Minus Big Players for Monday Night Game

The Seahawks are on Monday Night Football tonight…
In Chicago to take on the Bears. The Seahawks will play without three Pro-Bowlers, as receiver Doug Baldwin and linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright were all ruled out prior to the team leaving for Chicago Saturday. Expected to try to fill those roles will be Austin Calitro, Shaquem Griffin and Mychal Kendricks, who was signed earlier last week. Kickoff on ESPN is set for 5:15.

Mariners Take 3 of 4 from Angels, Now Head to Houston

The Mariners missed a chance to gain in the Wild Card race and sweep the Angels Sunday, falling 4-3 in Anaheim…
Daniel Vogelbach hit a two run home run and Mitch Haniger went 2-for-4 with an RBI in the loss. Seattle took three of four from Los Angeles and now head to Houston to face the Astros. Wade LeBlanc will start today against Framber Valdez with the first pitch at 5:10.

Seattle Misses on Chance to Gain on Oakland

Also in the American League West Sunday…
Tampa Bay held on to beat Oakland 5-4 despite a grand slam in the top of the 9th by Khris Davis for the A’s. The Yankees lead over Oakland for the top American League Wild Card spot is a game-and-a-half. Oakland’s lead on Tampa Bay is 7-games and 7-and-a-half games over Seattle for the second Wild Card spot.

Justin Verlander struck out 11 over seven innings as Houston beat Arizona 5-4 to extend the Astro’s lead in the A-L West to 4-and-a-half games over Oakland.

Francisco Mejia’s walk-off, grand slam home run in the bottom of the 9th capped 5-run final frame as San Diego knocked off Texas 7-3.