Fall Sports Schedule Begins Friday


NCWLIFE to Broadcast 21 Games

WENATCHEE, WA – The NCWLIFE Channel is proud to announce our 2018 Fall Sports Broadcast Schedule…
Over the next three months, we’ll be bringing you 21 LIVE high school sports broadcasts right here on the NCWLIFE Channel. We’ll be featuring Wenatchee and Eastmont Football, Girls Soccer and Girls Volleyball…
It all begins this Friday with Eastmont and Wilson football kicking it off at 7 o’clock from Wildcat Stadium in East Wenatchee. Grant Olson and Mickey White will have all the action beginning with the pre-game at 6:45.
Our first soccer broadcast is the following Thursday as Eastmont hosts Cashmere at 6:30. Eric Granstrom and Matt Wisen will have the call on that one.

Our first volleyball match with Eric and LeAnne Branam will be Thursday, September 20th with Davis at Wenatchee at 7pm.

For a complete listing of our Fall Sports Schedule, go to our website at www.NCWLIFE.com. We also just shared the link on our Facebook page as we began the show this morning.

Seahawk’s KJ Wright to Undergo Knee Surgery

Tough news out of Seahawks Training Camp Monday as coach Pete Carroll announced that linebacker K.J. Wright was having knee surgery…

So while the team crosses its fingers on a smooth recovery for its Pro Bowl linebacker, they continue to prepare for a final pre-season game Thursday against the Oakland Raiders.

Carroll says he and his staff, after reviewing game film from last weekend’s loss at Minnesota, are still very pleased with the performance…

Carroll says he’s a huge proponent of the NFL’s new rule on keeping the roster limit at 90-players until AFTER the final pre-season game. As a result, the Seahawks will have a lot of decisions to make following Thursday night’s game at CenturyLink Field.

Gonzales Put on 10-Day DL with Neck Strain

Former Wenatchee AppleSox and current Seattle Mariner Marco Gonzales was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a cervical muscle strain in his neck. Gonzales, who has struggled in his past four outings after a strong first four months of the season, was scheduled to start tomorrow in San Diego. The Mariners haven’t made an announcement regarding a replacement in the lineup. The club recalled outfielder Guillermo Heredia from Triple-A Tacoma to take Gonzales’s spot on the 25-man roster for the series opener today.

Mariners Begin Two-Game Series at Padres

Speaking of which…
Seattle begins a two game series in San Diego tonight at 7:10. The embattled Felix Hernandez will get the start as he’s back in the rotation after a brief stint in the bullpen. Hernandez is 8-and-11 with a 5.64 ERA. The Mariner bats will face the Padre’s Jacob Nix. The rookie right hander is 1-and-2 with a 6.17 ERA.

Houston Wins 6th Straight, Downing A’s 11-4

While the Mariners were idle last night, the two teams they’re chasing played one another…as we go to the Les Schwab Scoreboard…
Alex Bregman and Tyler White combined for six hits, two homers and eight RBI’s as the Astros erupted for five runs in the third and six in the 8th to crush Oakland 11-to-4.

It was Houston’s 6th consecutive win and puts the Astros 2-and-a-half games in front of the A’s in the American League West. The Mariners trail Oakland for the final Wild Card playoff spot by 4-and-a-half games.

Colorado and the Angels combined for 9-runs in the 8th inning, but it was Los Angeles’s 5-spot in the bottom of the frame that meant the difference as they won 10-to-7. The win snapped LA’s six game losing streak.