Eastmont Pushes Past Cashmere 77-72

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Eastmont over Cashmere

Wildcats Erase 14-point Deficit to Down Dawgs

EAST WENATCHEE, WA – In our first broadcast of the winter sports season, NCWLIFE Channel was courtside at Eastmont High School Friday as the Wildcats hosted the Cashmere Bulldogs in a boys non-league basketball game.

The visitors led by as many as 14-points in the first half, but Eastmont came all the way back for a 77-72 victory behind the 23-points of Isaac Wellborn and 20-points from Trey Haberlock. High scorer for the game was Cashmere sophomore Mason Landdeck with 24-points, including 5 three-pointers.

Eric Granstrom had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…


Also on Friday…
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In boys basketball, it was Wenatchee edging Chiawana 52-50. Naches Valley clobbered Cascade 63-23. And Brewster had no trouble with the Shockers, winning 75-23.
On the Les Schwab Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard from Friday…
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Brewster beat Waterville-Mansfield 61-46 and Naches Valley nicked Cascade 46-45.

Wenatchee Improves to 2-0 on Young Season

Turning to the Les Schwab Scoreboard from Saturday in boys basketball…
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The Panthers won for the second-consecutive night as Wenatchee traveled to Southridge and picked up a 68-51 victory. Chelan mauled Granger 89-59 behind Connor Wilson’s 24-point performance. Lake Roosevelt topped Manson 63-38 and Waterville-Mansfield traveled to Republic and got a 44-23 win.

Cashmere Has No Trouble Downing Kings 68-35

On the girl’s side Saturday…
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Eastmont traveled to the west side and beat Bothell 47-44. Wenatchee was sunk at Southridge 55-53. Cashmere cruised past Kings 68-35. Chelan got the better of Granger 51-32. Entiat eased past Columbia 51-6. Lake Roosevelt mopped up Manson 42-11. And Waterville-Mansfield repelled Republic 62-23.

Gridiron Classic Crowns 6 Champions at Tacoma Dome

The prep football season wrapped up over the weekend in the Tacoma Dome with the Gridiron Classic…
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2B Champions are Kalama with a 34-25 win over Napavine. Eastside Catholic claimed the 3A crown with a 31-13 dismantling of O’Dea. On Saturday, Colville smoked Newport 41-7 for the 1A title. Hockinson outlasted Lynden for the 2A title 42-37. It was Odessa all over Almira-Coulee-Hartline for the 1B championship 61-12. And no surprise in the 4A title game, Union laid a lickin’ on Lake Stevens, winning 52-20.

Wrestling, Hockey & Girls Baksetball on NCWLIFE TV

Here’s what we have on tap for the sports schedule on the NCWLIFE Channel this week…
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It begins with our first wrestling broadcast of the season tomorrow as Wenatchee hosts Davis at 7. Thursday Night is Hockey Night as the Wenatchee host Penticton at 7. Then on Friday, it’s girls basketball as the Wenatchee Panthers host the Ferris Saxons at 5:45. Our pre-game with Eric Granstrom begins at 5:30 here on the NCWLIFE Channel.

Also, if you missed Friday’s Eastmont vs. Cashmere boys game, we’ll re-air it Saturday afternoon at 2 followed by the Wild vs. Nanaimo at 7. Sunday’s schedule has girls bowling at 2 followed by more Wild hockey at 7.

Wild Run Win Streak to Six Games with Weekend Sweep

Speaking of the Wenatchee Wild, their winning streak has no reached 6-games after sweeping Salmon Arm and Vernon over the weekend…
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On Friday, Wenatchee had eight different players score goals in an 8-3 win over the Silverbacks. PJ Fletcher broke a scoreless tie at the 12:10 mark of the 1st period to put the Wild up and start the avalanche. Christophe Fillion scored a minute-14 later to make it 2-nil. Brian Adams and Matt Gosiewski finished off the first to make it 4-0 heading into the first intermission. The Wild would add goals by Lucas Sowder, Nathan Ionnone, Brian Adams and Blake Bargar to earn its 5th straight victory.

Saturday was a little different story. Even though Chad Sasaki scored two goals early and Brandon Koch (cook) gave Wenatchee an early 3-1 lead, Vernon would come back to lead 4-3 in the third. But Matt Dorsey would tie it in the 3rd and Christophe Tellier (TELL-ee-AY) would provide the game-winner just 20-seconds later.

Let’s go to the highlights with Arch Ecker on the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network. Video courtesy of Hockey TV…


The six straight wins have propelled Wenatchee into a 2nd place tie with Merritt in the Interior Division, just 3-points behind first-place Penticton, whom the Wild will host Friday during Pink at the Rink night. By the way, the painting party for Pink at the Rink is tonight between 5 and 6:30 at the Town Toyota Center.

Huskies Smelling Roses, Cougars Headed to Alamo

Washington will play in the Rose Bowl and Washington State will be in the Alamo Bowl after yesterday’s bowl selection day…
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The Huskies clinched a Rose Bowl berth by winning the Pac-12 Championship with its 10-3 win over Utah Friday night in Santa Clara, California. #9 Washington will face #6 Ohio State on New Years Day after the Buckeyes were not invited to the college football playoff by the selection committee.

Washington State will face Iowa State in the December 28th Alamo Bowl in the Alamodome in San Antonio.

Eastern Washington advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA 1-double-a playoffs with its 42-21 win over Nicholls Saturday. The Eagles will face UC Davis this Saturday in Cheney at 1 o’clock for a shot to get to the semifinals.

Wagner’s 98-yard Interception TD Leads Hawks to Victory

Seattle had a franchise-record 98-yard interception return for a touchdown by Bobby Wagner, Russell Wilson threw four touchdown passes, and the Seahawks stopped San Francisco yesterday at CenturyLink Field 43-16…
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Wilson finished the day 11-for-17 for 185-yards and four scores, two of which to Jerron Brown. Chris Carson and Rahaad Penny combined for 134 rushing yards as Seattle improved to 7-and-5 on the season, moving into a Wild Card position with losses by Minnesota and Carolina.

Coach Pete Carroll was particularly pleased with the play of his All Pro middle linebacker…


Wagner said it’s the first time in his entire football career he intercepted a pass and scored on the return…

Seattle hosts the Vikings a week from tonight on Monday Night Football on ESPN.