Honoring Jerry Berschauer at WVSO race this weekend


The car count continues to grow for the race tomorrow at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval. Track manager Jeremy Anders joined us on Wake Up Wenatchee Valley this morning, saying this is the largest field they’ve ever had for a Pro Late Model race for the Jerry Berschauer Memorial 100…

Jeremy Anders on Big Field at WVSO 2020-09-11

Jeremy Anders on Big Field at WVSO 2020-09-11

Anders says Berschauer has a long history of supporting racing in the Wenatchee Valley, so they felt it important to recognize him with this race…

Currently over 82 cars have entered in five classes including the Jerry’s Auto Supply Pro Late Models, Mountain Dew Jr. Late Models, Plumb Perfect Roadrunners, Bandoleros, and Shepherds Oil Wenatchee Legends Cup.

We will start our coverage tomorrow at 5:30 live on Facebook and then on TV at 6 with yours truly alongside Greg Rentz here on NCWLIFE Channel.

Chiefs open NFL season with victory

The NFL season kicked off in Kansas City last night where the Chiefs began defense of its Super Bowl Title with a 34-20 win over the Houston Texans…

Chiefs top Texans 34-20

Patrick Mahomes threw for 211-yards and three touchdowns while rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed for 138-yards and a score. Kansas City’s defense sacked Deshaun Watson four times.

Seahawks hope offense has firepower against Falcons Sunday

There’s been a big social media push in this off-season to let Russell Wilson loose and open up Seattle’s offense more. While offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer didn’t go so far as to say the Seahawks will do that, he is confident about Wilson’s ability to move the ball…

Brian Schottenheimer on Offense 2020-09-11

Brian Schottenheimer on Offense 2020-09-11

Wilson says having three years of working with Schottenheimer has been great, but it’s about a team effort that will make the difference on the field…

Russell Wilson on Schottenheimer's 3rd Year 2020-09-11

Russell Wilson on Schottenheimer's 3rd Year 2020-09-11

Seattle defense with much to prove in opener at Atlanta Sunday

There will be no fans in Atlanta for Sunday’s opener, which K.J. Wright says will be strange, but he’s just excited to play some football…

K.J. Wright on Being Ready 2020-09-11

K.J. Wright on Being Ready 2020-09-11

Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan has proven over his career to be able to pick defenses apart if you give him any time to throw the ball. But pressure him, and he’ll fade. Bruce Irvin is tired of hearing about what the Seahawks defense can’t do and is ready to start proving others wrong…

Bruce Irvin Proving Doubters Wrong 2020-09-11

Bruce Irvin Proving Doubters Wrong 2020-09-11

Seattle and Atlanta kick off Sunday morning at 10 on FOX.

Mariners begin series in Arizona

The Mariners are in Arizona to begin a three-game weekend series with the Diamondbacks…

Seattle plays at Arizona

Yusei Kikuchi will get the start tonight as he’ll try to improve on his 2-and-2 record. Caleb Smith will get the ball for Arizona. First pitch tonight is at 6:40 at Chase Field in Phoenix and can be seen on Root Sports or heard in the Wenatchee Valley on ESPN Radio, AM-900.

Oakland continues to run away with American League West

There was some action in the American League West last night, so let’s open up the Les Schwab Scoreboard…

American League West Scoreboard

Sean Manaea pitched 7-strong innings of 1-run ball while striking out 4 to lead Oakland past Houston 3-1. Matt Olson had the big hit for the A’s with a 2-run homer in the 6th, his 12th of the season.

Mike Trout hit his 16th homer of the season to lead Los Angeles to a 6-2 win over Texas.

Oakland’s lead in the West is not 6-and-a-half games over Houston with just 18-games left to go.