Eastmont Wildcats top Pirates in shootout

Eastmont over Davis Soccer

The Eastmont Wildcats prevailed in a classic Big 9 soccer match over the Pirates of Davis last night 2-to-1 in a shootout…

Prep Soccer Scores

The Pirates scored first and held a 1-nil lead into the second half before Eastmont could tie it. After two scoreless overtime sessions, the game went to a penalty kick shootout.

Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the play-by-play on the NCWLIFE Channel…

Also on the Les Schwab Prep Soccer Scoreboard from last night, Cashmere dumped Omak 7-1. Chelan edged Okanogan 2-1. And Manson beat Brewster 3-2.

Moses Lake extends Big-9 lead

In high school baseball…

Prep Baseball Scoreboard

The Big 9 has proven to be Moses Lake…and everybody else. The Chiefs improved to 12-and-1 in league play Tuesday with a 12-2 win over Wenatchee. The Panthers remained in second place with the loss at 7-and-3.

Waterville-Mansfield picked up its second-consecutive win by a score of 12-to-2 over Bridgeport.

Fast pitch softball scoreboard

On the Les Schwab Prep Softball Scoreboard…

Prep Softball Scoreboard

Zillah swept a pair from Cashmere 12-10 and 18-8. Cascade doubled up Chelan 14-7. Waterville-Mansfield shut out Bridgeport 11-0. And it was Manson over Soap Lake 15-to-10.

Wenatchee tennis remains unbeaten

In Tennis…

Prep Tennis Scoreboard

The Wenatchee boys and girls tennis squads remained undefeated with shutout wins over Eisenhower. The Tonasket boys edged Eastmont 4-3. And Chelan swept Okanogan 5-0 in boy’s play and 4-1 in girl’s play.

Wenatchee boys 1st in Big 9 POD at Highlander Golf Course

Wenatchee came out on top in the Big 9 POD #2 at Highlander Golf Course yesterday…

Prep Golf Scoreboard

Mason Brown led the way for the Panthers with a 75 while Hunter Swartz shot a 76 as Wenatchee placed first with a team score of 316. Eastmont was 3rd with a 337, led by Jacob Bindley’s 82 and Evan Lord’s 85.

The Eastmont girls were second-best to West Valley at the Big 9 POD #4 at Black Rock Creek Golf Course in the Yakima Valley Tuesday. The Rams’ team score was 408, 18 shots better than the Wildcat’s 426. Emilee Wentworth led Eastmont with a 101 while Tyna Burt carded a 105. Wenatchee finished 4th in team scoring behind Lilli Moubray’s 115 and Courtney Brown’s 116.

Area prep golfers gather at Gamble Sands in Brewster

The world of high school golf moves to Brewster today…

Prep Sports Schedule

Where Gamble Sands hosts its Invitational. Teams from throughout Eastern Washington will tee off at 11 this morning.

Also on a mixed bag of sports today with a lot of makeups for snow-outs earlier this spring, Eastmont hosts a doubleheader in softball at 3 against East Valley. Wenatchee takes on Cascade at 4 o’clock at Walla Walla Point Park. In tennis, Cashmere hosts Quincy at 4 while Pateros is at Chelan. And in soccer tonight, Wenatchee travels to Eisenhower at 7 o’clock.

Mariners home run streak alive but losing streak continues

The Mariners continued its string of 20-consecutive games with a home run, but also have a losing streak of 5 after falling to the Indians last night at T-Mobile Park 4-to-2…

Cleveland tops Mariners 4-2

Jay Bruce’s solo home run in the 8th continued Seattle’s Major League record for consecutive games with home runs to start a season. But more troubling for the Mariners was the lack of other hitting besides backup catcher Tom Murphy. He and Bruce accounted for 66% of Seattle’s 6-hits in the game.

Mike Leake worked six innings and was tagged with the loss, allowing 2-runs on 8-hits with 4-strikeouts.

Seattle will try to salvage the final game of the series at 3:40 this afternoon as Cleveland sends Carlos Carrasco to the mound against the Mariner’s Erik Swanson.

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Eric Granstrom
Eric comes to NCWLIFE Channel after a 26-year career in radio, having most-recently served as the Producer of the Seahawks Radio Network; Weekend Sports Anchor on KOMO AM1000 in Seattle; and Program Director of KKRV 104.7FM/KWIQ 100.3FM/KKRT 900AM in Wenatchee and Moses Lake. Eric is an avid outdoorsman, hunting and fishing throughout the northwest, including co-hosting, filming and producing Dave Graybill’s “Fishing Magician TV.” Eric lives in East Wenatchee with his wife, Marion and has one daughter, Gracie (21) and two stepsons Trent (26) and Taylor (21).