New England wins low-scoring Super Bowl 13-3 over Rams

Patriots Win

Patriots shut down Rams for Super Bowl victory

ATLANTA, GA – The New England Patriots are once again Super Bowl champions after a 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 53 yesterday in Atlanta…
It will go down as the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history with just 16-points combined. New England led 3-0 at half time and it was tied at 3 at the end of the third. The only touchdown was a 2-yard run by Sony Michel with just over 7-minutes left in the game.

Julian Edelman was named the game’s MVP with 10-receptions for 141-yards. The Rams offense could only muster 260 total yards as Bill Belichick dialed up a great defensive performance. The Patriots sacked Jerrod Goff four times and picked him off on the only deep drive by the Rams into New England territory.

This is Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s sixth Super Bowl win together with the Patriots.

Of course, nearly as much is made of the Super Bowl commercials as the game itself. USA Today did an overnight poll of its readers and the top five are…
We’ll get a glimpse of the rest of the top 5 commercials during Super Bowl 53 tomorrow morning on Wake Up Wenatchee Valley.

Wenatchee Wild drop a pair of weekend games

It was not such a super weekend for the Wenatchee Wild, dropping a game on the road in Penticton Friday and then another at home Saturday to Vernon…
On Friday at the Okanagan Events Centre, Penticton broke a 2-2 tie with Ryan Sandelin’s 25th goal of the season deep into the 3rd period. The Vees added another empty net goal with seconds to play to make it a 4-2 final. Chad Sasaki and Matt Goseiwski score the goals for Wenatchee.

On Saturday, the Wild was hoping the friendly confines of the Town Toyota Center would make the difference, especially on Guns N Hoses Night. But it wasn’t to be as Vernon outscored Wenatchee 2-nothing in a shootout to win 2-1.

Wenatchee got on the board late in the 1st period with the Vipers countering shortly into the second. The game would remain knotted at 1-1 through the third and an overtime to set up the shootout, Wenatchee’s 4th in the past 9 games. Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network…

Wenatchee Wild vs Vernon Highlights 2019-02-02

Wenatchee Wild vs Vernon Highlights 2019-02-02

Wenatchee travels to Cowichan Valley Friday and then Victoria Saturday as the BCHL season winds down.

Eastmont wins 3rd consecutive bowling championship

Congratulations to the Eastmont girls bowling team on yet another State Championship…
Eastmont won its third-consecutive state title Saturday by outpacing Pasco and Wenatchee with 7,477 pins…
So, incredibly, the state championship trophy returns to the Wenatchee Valley for the fourth-straight year. Individually, we had four bowlers place in the top ten with Eastmont’s Alicia Hastings 4th and Skye Wilson 7th. Wenatchee’s Emilee Groth was 9th and Hannah Johnson 10th. Congratulations ladies on a job well done!

Wenatchee girls post first win of the season Friday

Going back to Friday and the Les Schwab Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard…
Wenatchee won its first game of the year behind four impressive quarters of good basketball in a 55-38 win over Eisenhower. Eastmont traveled to Davis and picked up a big 41-39 win. Omak finished the Caribou Trail League season with a 47-37 win over Chelan. Brewster beat Manson 72-25 and Waterville-Mansfield topped Bridgeport 66-35.

Wenatchee downs Ike to remain atop Big 9 standings

On the Les Schwab Prep Boys Basketball Scoreboard Friday…
Wenatchee had no trouble stopping Eisenhower 67-46. Davis avenged an earlier loss to Eastmont, winning 84-73. Omak beat Chelan 66-49. It was Brewster downing Manson 79-38 and Bridgeport edged Waterville-Mansfield 60-52.

Oroville and Lake Roosevelt pull Saturday sweeps

Turning to the Les Schwab basketball scoreboards on Saturday…
The Oroville girls beat Manson 41-40 and Lake Roosevelt edged Waterville-Mansfield 56-54. On the boy’s side…
Oroville beat Manson 58-44. And Lake Roosevelt took care of Waterville-Mansfield 66-26.

Eight local wrestlers advance at 4A District Tournament

Eight wrestlers from Eastmont and Wenatchee will be heading to Regionals after qualifying at the district tournament at Eisenhower over the weekend…
Sunnyside won the team title with Wenatchee 4th and Eastmont 5th. Adrian Vivanco took 3rd at 138-pounds. The Wildcat’s Cesar Sitio was 2nd at 145-pounds. Eastmont’s Landon McClune took 3rd at 152-pounds. It was an all-Wenatchee final at 160-pounds as Jerdan Velazquez beat teammate Jason Briley for the district title. Briley came back and placed 2nd. Orlando Rodriguez placed 2nd at 170-pounds for the Panthers. And it was Wenatchee’s Lucas Carranza beat Eastmont’s Max Prazer 5-2 to win the district title at 220-pounds. Prazer came back to pin his opponent to take 2nd. Regionals are this this weekend at Big Bend Community College.

Three local girls advance to State Wrestling Tournament

Three local girls advanced to state out of the Region 4 Sub Regional at Eastmont High School Saturday…
Othello took first in the team scoring with Eastmont 2nd and Wenatchee 4th. The Panther’s Kelsey Ibarra took 3rd at 105-pounds. Her teammate Isabella Andreini placed 2nd at 130. And Eastmont’s Joanna Bowman took 3rd at 135.

Basketball season winds down on NCWLIFE this week

Here’s what we have coming up on the NCWLIFE Sports Schedule for the week…
Eastmont hosts Sunnyside tomorrow night with the girls at 5:45 and the boys to follow at 7:30. Hockey Night Thursday features last Saturday’s Wenatchee Wild game against Merritt. Then on Friday, it’s Moses Lake and Wenatchee as the Panther boys will try to wrap up the regular season Big 9 title. The girls start it off at 5:30.

And, don’t forget Saturday is the Cashmere Valley Bank Royalty Selection Pageant for the 2019 Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. We’ll have it live from Wenatchee High School’s Auditorium beginning at 6:30 with Eric Granstrom and Julie Agens Kuntz.