Gonzaga to play for 1st-ever NCAA title tonight

Zags top UCLA in overtime with Suggs Buzzer Beater

It was high drama in Indy Saturday as Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs hit a three-pointer at the buzzer in overtime to give the Bulldogs a 93-90 win over UCLA.

Suggs finished with 16-points. He says you dream of shots like that as a kid, but to have it actually happen is incredible…

Jalen Suggs on Last Second Shot 2021-04-05

Jalen Suggs on Last Second Shot 2021-04-05

Each Gonzaga starter scored in double-figures, led by the 25-points of Drew Timme. Coach Mark Few says he’s proud to be part of a game like that…

Mark Few on UCLA Win 2021-04-05

Mark Few on UCLA Win 2021-04-05

Gonzaga will face Baylor for the National Championship tonight at 6:20 on CBS. The Bears advanced by dominating Houston Saturday 78-59.

Eastmont blows Wenatchee out 38-0 in BOS

For the 4th-straight time, the Bridge of Sportsmanship trophy will remain with Eastmont after the Wildcats dominated Wenatchee Friday night 38-to-nothing…

Eastmont Wins Bridge of Sportsmanship

Chance Garcia led the game off with an 85-yard kickoff return touchdown and it was all Eastmont from there as the Wildcats racked up 377-yards of offense and held the Panthers scoreless for the first time in 53-meetings between the two schools.

Grant Olson and Eric Granstrom had the call here on the NCWLIFE Channel…

2021 Bridge of Sportsmanship Highlights 2021-04-05

2021 Bridge of Sportsmanship Highlights 2021-04-05

There you have it, Eastmont wins the Bridge of Sportsmanship 38-nothing as Corbin Keys rushes for 115-yards and a touchdown and freshman quarterback Luke Gale completes 5-passes for 116-yards and a touchdown.

Cashmere wins CTL Title, Bronze Shoe and celebrates homecoming all in one night

In other football action…

Prep Football Scoreboard

Royal finished undefeated, downing Moses Lake 41-16. Cashmere claimed the Bronze Shoe and the Caribou Trail League title with a 15-7 win over Chelan. Cascade shut out Omak 18-nothing. Manson topped Oroville 42-8. Brewster finished unbeaten, downing Lake Roosevelt 46-22. Okanogan was also undefeated, stopping Tonasket 53-7. And the Waterville-Mansfield Shockers ended on a positive note, blowing out Pateros 56-6.

Eastmont completes 10-1 girls soccer season

The girls soccer season came to an end Saturday around North Central Washington…

Prep Girls Soccer Scorebard

Eastmont edged Moses Lake 3-2. Wenatchee topped Ephrata 2-1. Cashmere blanked Okanogan 1-nil. Chelan edged Warden 3-2. Tonasket mauled Manson 9-nil. And Omak beat Liberty Bell 4-1.

Manson girls finish 13-0 volleyball season

The volleyball season also wrapped up on Saturday…

Prep Volleyball Scoreboard-1

Wenatchee swept both Ephrata and Moses Lake 3-0 at Ephrata. The Tigers concluded the season with a 3-0 win over Moses Lake. Cashmere took care of Warden and Royal by scores of 3-to-1 at Warden. Brewster beat both Lake Roosevelt and Omak while the Raiders topped the Pioneers at Omak High School.

Prep Volleyball Scoreboard-2

And how about the Manson volleyball team?! The Trojans complete the season unbeaten by downing Waterville-Mansfield at Quincy to finish 13-and-oh, only losing two sets all season!
Pateros also finished an unbeaten season by downing Tonasket and Liberty Bell on Saturday.

Mariners out to 2-1 start on MLB season

The Mariners took two of three from San Francisco in the opening series of the Major League Baseball season with Saturday’s 4-nothing win…

Mariners top San Francisco 4-0

Ty France and Mitch Haniger each hit solo home runs while Kyle Seager went 2-for-4 at the plate. Chris Flexin was impressive on the mound, earning the victory by going 5-innings of shutout ball, allowing just 4-hits and striking out 6.

The Mariners host the Chicago White Sox for the first of three games tonight at 7:10 as Justus Sheffield takes to the mound for the first time this season.

Morrow’s Olympic dream unrealized, but triumphant attempt

Finally, the journey of Wenatchee’s Austin Morrow to reach the Olympic wrestling team came to an end Saturday…

Morrow 1-win short of Olympics

Morrow got by two-time Olympian Ben Provisor in the consolation bracket before falling to Patrick Smith in the semifinals.