Eastmont sweeps Sunnyside in baseball doubleheader

EHS over Sunnyside Baseball

The Eastmont Wildcats hosted the Sunnyside Grizzlies yesterday in a Big-9 doubleheader at Dan White Field…

Eastmont sweeps Sunnyside

And Eastmont swept both games of the twin-bill 12-2 and 18-0. We had the NCWLIFE Channel cameras there for game 1, which will air tonight at 7. Here’s a little taste with Joel Norman on the call…

Eastmont would capitalize on six Grizzly errors and go on for the 12-2 win in six innings. Caelen Massey led the way offensively, going 4-for-5 with 4-RBI’s and 2-Runs scored. Be sure to watch the entire game tonight at 7 on your home for local sports, the NCWLIFE Channel.

Also in Big 9 play yesterday, Davis handed Wenatchee its first losses of the year in sweeping the Panthers 8-2 and 4-2.

In a non-league game for Chelan, the Goats were victorious over Warden 13-to-7.

Wild face elimination game tonight

It’s must-win time for the Wenatchee Wild as they host Vernon in Game 5 of the Interior Division Finals tonight at the Town Toyota Center…


After Vernon took both games in British Columbia, the Vipers lead the best-of-seven series 3-games-to-1.

The Wild will have to play tonight without the services of Left Winger Brian Adams. The left-hander from San Ramon, California was hit hard from behind on Wednesday night by Landon Fuller. Adams was injured on the play and, after the game, Fuller was suspended by the BCHL. That means Wenatchee will be without Adams’ four goals and three assists in the playoffs.

Coach Bliss Littler says they’ll have to make some adjustments and probably not be able to play as “loose” as they’d like.

Any way you slice it, the Wild must win tonight to force a Game 6 back in Vernon Sunday. If Wenatchee can muster two wins in a row, Game 7 would be back in the Wolves’ den Tuesday.

First things first, however, as the puck for Game 5 will drop tonight at 7:05.

Cashmere soccer edges Brewster

On the Les Schwab Prep Soccer Scoreboard yesterday…

Cashmere beats Brewster 1-0

Cashmere edged Brewster 1-nil.

Wenatchee soccer travels to Davis

Coming up on the prep soccer schedule…

Prep Soccer Schedule

Today, Brewster hosts Chelan at 4:30. The tonight, Wenatchee travels to Davis for an always-tough match against the Pirates at 7.

Tomorrow, Manson hosts Omak in the morning at 11 and later, it’s Meridian at Cascade at 1 o’clock.

Busy baseball schedule coming up

On the Prep Baseball Schedule today…

Prep Baseball Schedule

It’s Cascade hosting Meridian at 11. Cashmere has a doubleheader at Tonasket starting at 3.

Tomorrow, it’s Connell at Chelan for two games starting at 11. Cascade will host Manson in a twin bill, also at 11. Wenatchee and Eastmont have a makeup game tomorrow afternoon at Dan White Field at 2 o’clock.

Cascade hosts Mt. Baker softball

And in a slim softball schedule…

Prep Softball Schedule

Mt. Baker plays the first of two games at Cascade this afternoon at 1. Cashmere has a date with Tonasket today at 3.

Skyhawks host Reno Sunday at TTC

For Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks fans, it’s deja vu all over again…

Skyhawks host Reno Sunday

The Reno Express are back in town for another Indoor Football game Sunday in the Town Toyota Center. Wenatchee beat Reno in its inaugural game at the TTC a week ago Thursday 35-21 to improve to 1-and-1. The Express also come into Sunday’s game 1-and-1. Kickoff is set for 6 o’clock.

Mariners begin road trip in Chicago

After a rainout yesterday, the Mariners are ready to help Chicago celebrate its home-opener today…

Mariners begin road trip in Chicago

First pitch is set for 11:10 as the Mariners will send Yusei Kikuchi to the mound against the White Sox’ Reynoldo Lopez. The three game series will continue tomorrow and Sunday.

NCAA Tournament Final Four Saturday

And, we’ll take another step closer to crowning a Men’s college basketball champion tomorrow in Minneapolis…

NCAA Final Four

The Men’s Final Four tips up with the first game between Auburn and Virginia at 3:09. The second game features Texas Tech and Michigan State at 5:49. It’s all being televised on CBS.

Monday’s National Championship tips off at 6 o’clock.