San Diego completed a sweep of its 9-game home stand with a 9-2 win over Seattle Sunday, handing the Mariners its 6th-consecutive loss. Fernando Tatis, Jr. did most of the damage for the Padres with two home runs, including a grand slam and six RBI’s. The only highlight for Seattle was Justin Dunn, both on the mound and at the plate…
Manager Scott Servais was quick to point out Dunn’s great day, but laments the losing streak continuing…
Seattle will head for Oakland to begin a three-game series with the A’s tonight at 6:40 when Yusei Kikuch faces Frankie Montas.
Oakland comes into tonight’s game having taken two of three from the Angels over the weekend. Los Angeles salvaged the final game of the series with Justin Upton’s sacrifice fly, RBI in the bottom of the 8th to give the Halos a 6-5 win.
In Texas, Adolis Garcia’s RBI-single in the bottom of the 10th gave the Rangers a walk-off, 3-2 win over Houston.
The A’s have retaken the lead in the American League West at 28-and-20. Houston is a game-and-a-half back at 26-and-21 after losing two of three to Texas. The Rangers have moved into 3rd place along with the Mariners, 6-and-a-half games back.
Snohomish lacrosse stops Wenatchee Saturday 14-0
We had a fun Saturday here on the NCWLIFE Channel with two broadcasts for your pleasure. The first featured boys lacrosse as Wenatchee hosted Snohomish…
The visitors were certainly up for the challenge with a 14-nothing victory. Owen Wallace led the Panthers with 5-goals on the day.
Eric Granstrom and Brandon Parker had the call here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Wenatchee has three more games on the schedule.
Wenatchee drops opener to Davis 55-48
We shifted gears to high school basketball Saturday night as the Wenatchee Panthers hosted the Davis Pirates. And, despite 22-points from Garrett Long and 17 from Joe Dorey, Wenatchee couldn’t convert its chances down the stretch and fell 55-48.
Grant Olson had the call here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
In other action Saturday…
Moses Lake beat Eisenhower by 20, 78-58. Cashmere knocked off Ephrata 68-51 as Sam Phillips eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in his career with 24 on the night including 5, 3-pointers.
Royal stopped Cascade 63-46. Chelan got by Okanogan 52-47. Wahluke edged Quincy 69-65. Warden topped Omak 47-36. Soap Lake beat Bridgeport 71-52. Pateros knocked off Manson 67-58. Oroville had no trouble with Waterville-Mansfield, winning 63-25. And Almira-Coulee/Hartline took care of Tonasket 75-34.
Cashmere girls open with win over Ephrata
The girls got things going Friday…
Okanogan downed Liberty Bell 57-to-3. On Saturday, Kristina Blauman scored 16-of-Wenatchee’s 29 points in a 57-29 loss at Davis. Riley Johnson had 19-points to lead Cashmere to a 50-35 win over Ephrata.
Okanogan beat Chelan 43-27. Quincy opened with a 59-26 win over Wahluke. It was Warden over Omak 64-46. Pateros edged Manson 60-52. Waterville-Mansfield beat Oroville 68-41. Bridgeport stopped Soap Lake 64-28. And Tonasket mauled A-C-H 75-43.
Big Bend sweeps WVC in baseball and softball
Wenatchee Valley College came up short in both ends of doubleheaders Sunday against Big Bend baseball and softball…
The Vikings beat the Knights on the baseball diamond 11-2 and 15-to-5. Big Bend swept both on the softball diamond 17-6 and 16-14.
The WVC Men’s and Women’s basketball teams are at Yakima Valley tomorrow with the ladies at 5:30 followed by the men at 7:30.
Super Oval honored military last Saturday night
Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval saw another four classes of cars race last weekend on the quarter-mile asphalt…
The featured race of the night was the Jerry’s Auto Supply Pro Late Model 75-lap main event. Snohomish’s Jesse Jensen finished first, followed by Mike Knudtson and Garrett Huffines.
The 8-to-14-year old class of Bandoleros main event was won by Ephrata’s Cannon Delong. Makenna Lutz was second and Ryker Ohler 3rd.
East Wenatchee’s Seth Frazier was a winner again in the Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Car main event. Cameron Doyle took second followed by Luke Schall third.
And in the visiting class of Northwest Vintage Modifieds, Mount Vernon’s Kyten Jones took the checkered flag followed by Sumner’s Steve Woods and Auburns Ken Kaitschmidt.
WVSO will be back racing in a couple Saturday’s on the Class of 2021 Night June 5th. The night will feature the Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Cars; Holaday’s Custom Muffler B-Mods; Plumb Perfect Roadrunners; Northwest Pro 4 Trucks; and the WMRA Midgets.