Moses Lake won five matches by pin to beat Wenatchee 53-to-12. The Chief’s Camron Regan, Joey Feidig, Saul Villa and Jeremiah Martinez all won by fall to help Moses Lake improve to 3-and-1 in its Big-9 dual record.
Wenatchee’s first of three wins on the night came in overtime for Alan Suan at 160-pounds. Eric Granstrom had the call here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Also on the mats last night, Eastmont traveled to Davis and picked up a 51-30 win. Ephrata beat Grandview 60-24 and Prosser 51-30. Quincy was also a winner, beating Prosser 42-35 and Grandview 54-21. The Wenatchee girls also were victorious last night, downing Moses Lake 30-to-24.
Busy weekend of wrestling starts today
Coming up this weekend, Cashmere, Eastmont, Ephrata, Moses Lake, Quincy and Wenatchee’s girls teams will be among 53 total today at tomorrow for the Lady Husky Invite in Othello. Wrestling gets underway today at 5 and then resumes tomorrow at 10am.
Also on Saturday, Eastmont wrestles at the Ray Westberg Invite in Ellensburg beginning at 9. Also at 9, Quincy’s at the Hazen Tournament. Wenatchee is on the road at the Marysville-Pilchuck Tournament beginning at 9:30. Cascade, Cashmere and Ephrata are at the Apple Pie Invite in Tonasket beginning at 10. Also at 10, the Chelan boys will wrestle at the Rainier Tournament. The Moses Lake boys wrestle at the Lake Stevens Invite beginning Saturday at 11.
Wenatchee and Eastmont post bowling victories
On the Les Schwab Prep Girls Bowling Scoreboard…
Wenatchee blanked Selah in a non-league match 4-0 while Eastmont swept Moses Lake 4-0. If the Panthers beat West Valley Tuesday, that sets up a winner-take all match Thursday at Nob Hill Lanes between Wenatchee and Ike. The league champion will get to host the District Tournament on January 31st.
Eastmont and Davis victorious in swimming and diving
In the pool yesterday…
Moses Lake beat Davis 141-to-23. Eastmont won by a narrow margin, downing West Valley 85-79.
Coming up tomorrow, Eastmont and Wenatchee will join 6 other teams at Whitman College for a swim meet beginning at Noon.
Cougars beat a ranked team for first time 13-years last night
Washington State knocked off a ranked opponent for the first time since 2007 last night at Friel Court…
CJ Elleby scored 25-points as the Cougars beat #8 Oregon 72-61. Also on the Les Schwab Men’s College Scoreboard last night, #1 Gonzaga had no trouble with Santa Clara, winning in the Kennel 104-to-54. Eastern Washington topped Idaho 78-75. And Central Washington beat visiting Alaska Anchorage 84-50.
Gonzaga women win on the road
On the Les Schwab Women’s Basketball Scoreboard…
# 16 Gonzaga won on the road at Santa Clara 67-52. Central Washington topped Western 72-62. And Idaho beat Eastern Washington 69-60.
Men’s college hoops Saturday includes #1 Gonzaga on ESPN2
Coming up tomorrow in men’s college basketball…
Washington hosts #8 Oregon at 12:45 on CBS. Washington State entertains Oregon State on the Pac-12 Network beginning at 1. Eastern Washington travels to Montana State at 3. Wenatchee Valley College hosts Spokane at 4. #1 Gonzaga hosts BYU on ESPN2 tomorrow night at 7. Central Washington will host Alaska at 7:15.
Women’s college hoops spread over three days this weekend
The Women’s College Basketball schedule is sprinkled throughout the weekend…
Beginning tonight, #18 Arizona State is at Washington and #21 Arizona is at Washington at 7 o’clock.
Tomorrow, Wenatchee Valley hosts Spokane at 2. Montana State and Eastern Washington tip it up at 2:05 in Cheney. #16 Gonzaga travels to San Francisco while Central Washington hosts Simon Fraser at 5.
Then on Sunday, #18 Arizona State visits Washington State while Washington hosts #21 Arizona at Noon.
Eastmont hosts Sunnyside tonight on NCWLIFE Channel
A busy weekend of high school basketball begins tonight…
Eastmont hosts Sunnyside tonight at 5:45. Grant Olson will have the play-by-play on the NCWLIFE Channel beginning at 6:30 after the Evening News. Also at 5:45 tonight, Wenatchee’s at West Valley; Ephrata hosts Wapato; Grandview’s at Quincy; Cascade hosts Omak; and Chelan is at Cashmere. Manson hosts Soap Lake at 6 while Waterville-Mansfield battles for first place at Liberty Bell.
Grizzlies and Wildcats will air on NCWLIFE tonight around 8 o’clock
In boys play tonight at 7:15…
Wapato travels to Ephrata; Quincy hosts Grandview; Omak is in Leavenworth to face Cascade; and Cashmere hosts Chelan. Eastmont hosts Sunnyside at 7:30 with Grant doing the play-by-play on NCWLIFE beginning around 8. Also at 7:30, it’s Wenatchee at West Valley; Manson hosts Soap Lake; and Waterville-Mansfield travels to Liberty Bell.
Moses Lake at Wenatchee basketball will air LIVE on NCWLIFE Channel
Coming up Saturday in high school hoops…
Entiat has a date at Wilbur-Creston at 4:30. Wenatchee hosts Moses Lake at 5:45. Eric Granstrom will be courtside at Wenatchee High School with our pregame beginning LIVE at 5:30. Kennewick plays at Eastmont at 5:45. Then at 6, Chelan’s at La Salle; Waterville-Mansfield plays at Soap Lake; and Liberty Bell visits Manson.
Chiefs and Panthers tip up at 7:30 on NCWLIFE Channel Saturday night
In boys play Saturday…
Entiat tips at Wilbur-Creston at 6. Then at 7:30, Eastmont hosts Kennewick; Wenatchee takes on Moses Lake LIVE on NCWLIFE; Chelan’s at La Salle; and Soap Lake entertains Waterville-Mansfield.
Wild begin 4-game home stand with Capitals in town tonight
The Wenatchee Wild begin a four-game home stand tonight at the Town Toyota Center…
Wenatchee welcomes the Cowichan Valley Capitals on Boy Scouts Night tonight at 7:05. Then tomorrow at 7:05, it’s Military Appreciation Night as the Surrey Eagles coming calling.
NFL Conference Champions to be crowned Sunday
By the end of the day on Sunday, we’ll know this year’s Super Bowl participants…
Tennessee and Kansas City begin play for the Lamar Hunt Trophy and the AFC Championship at 12:05 at Arrowhead Stadium. That kicks off at 12:05 on CBS.
Then at 3:40 on FOX, it’s Green Bay and San Francisco vying for the George Hallas Trophy at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.