Hockey Night on NCWLIFE Channel features Game 6

Hockey Night

Its Hockey Night tonight on the NCWLIFE Channel…

Tonight we’re featuring last Sunday’s Game 6 between Wenatchee and West Kelowna.  This was a must-win game for the Wild after falling behind in the series 3-2.  Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network…

Watch the game in its entirety tonight at 7 here on your exclusive television home for Wenatchee Wild Hockey, NCWLIFE Channel.

Wild prepare to host Capitals Fri/Sat

The Wenatchee Wild continue preparing for the next step of the chase for the Fred Page Cup…


Wenatchee is hosting Cowichan Valley in the 2nd round of the BCHL playoffs for Game 1 tomorrow and Game 2 Saturday. The two teams played only twice during the regular season. Wenatchee won convincingly at home 8-1 and on the road at the Island Savings Centre 4-3 in overtime.
Voice of the Wild Arch Ecker will be our guest to preview the series tomorrow morning here on Wake Up Wenatchee Valley.

Pateros varsity soccer vs. Panthers

There’s only one local game that survived the snow-schedule upheaval…


And that would be a Wenatchee C-team game against Pateros’ varsity tonight at Lee Bofto Field in the Apple Bowl at 6 o’clock. Any other soccer, softball, tennis or outdoor sport that was scheduled for today has either been postponed or cancelled altogether.

Mariners take down Giants 8-4

After being rained out Tuesday, the Mariners and Giants played a Cactus League game last night in Peoria with Seattle coming out on top 8-4…


The Mariners broke open a tie game in the bottom of the 7th with four runs, highlighted by Braden Bishop’s 2-run double…

Braden Bishop 2 Run Double 2019-03-13

Braden Bishop 2 Run Double 2019-03-13

Bishop will be on the 30-man roster that heads for Japan today. The Mariners will next play Saturday in the Tokyo Dome against the Yomiuri Giants at 8:05. Seattle will spend the next week in Japan preparing for their season-opener next Wednesday and Thursday against Oakland.

Cougars are out, Huskies advance

The Washington State Cougars were knocked out of the Pac-12 Tournament yesterday…


Oregon had no trouble dispatching the Cougars 84-51.

Today, the Washington Huskies survived a scare from USC, but advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament with a 78-75 victory. Washington was led by the 24-points of Jalen Nowell and 18 from David Crisp.

Washington will face the winner of Oregon State and Colorado tomorrow at 6 o’clock.

Seahawks get active signing free agents

The Seahawks are making more moves to solidify free agents with the re-signing of offensive guard DJ Fluker.


In addition, Seattle picked up Mike Iupati from the Cardinals to replace J.R. Sweezy at left guard. The Hawks are also keeping their linebacker tandem of Bobby Wagner and KJ Wright together. The team reportedly is re-signing Wright to a two-year, 15.5-million dollar deal.

Seattle also extended a second-round tender off to backup tackle and tight end George Fant, which will pay the 26-year old roughly 3.1-million dollars in 2019.