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Pasco visits Eastmont tonight on NCWLIFE

EAST WENATCHEE, WA – It’s a very busy night across North Central Washington in high school sports, even though the majority of the schools are on their holiday break. First, in girls prep basketball today…
In Caribou Trail League play, Cascade plays at Cashmere while Chelan hosts Omak at 5:45. We’ll have a Columbia Basin Big Nine non-league game on the NCWLIFE Channel tonight when Eastmont hosts Pasco at 5:45. Grant Olson will be courtside with your play-by-play. Wenatchee’s on the road at Hanford. In North Central Washington B league play tonight, Manson hosts Oroville at 6 while the Waterville-Mansfield girls take on Tonasket at 6:30.

The boys will take to the floor after the ladies tonight…
Cascade is at Cashmere and Omak’s at Chelan at 7:15. Oroville tips at Manson while the Shockers host the Tigers at 7:30. The Eastmont and Pasco boys will be on NCWLIFE at about 7:30 and that’s the same start time for Wenatchee at Hanford.

Eastmont wrestlers travel to Sunnyside tonight

There’s one wrestling match tonight…
With Eastmont on the road to take on a very tough Sunnyside squad at 7. Coming up tomorrow, it’s a double-dual at Chelan where the Goats host Cashmere, Omak and Okanogan at 6 o’clock.

Eastmont could help Wenatchee in Big 9 Bowling

Eastmont Lanes will be a busy place this afternoon…
The bowling alley in East Wenatchee will be the site for a couple Big 9 battles as Eastmont takes on Eisenhower while Wenatchee hosts Davis. They’ll start rolling at 2. The Panthers, of course, will have to take care of the Pirates but they’ll probably be watching and cheering the Wildcats at the same time. Wenatchee and Ike are tied for first in the Big 9 standings.

Wenatchee hosts Moses Lake in a swim meet today

On the Prep Swimming and Diving schedule…
It’s always a classic battle when Wenatchee and Moses Lake, no matter the sport. And such is the case again in swimming and diving today when the Big 9 foes meet at 4 o’clock in the Wenatchee pool.

Seahawks set record with penalties in loss to 49ers

The Seahawks set a dubious franchise record in Sunday’s overtime loss to San Francisco. Seattle committed 14 penalties for 148 yards, the most by any club in team history. For Coach Pete Carroll, that aspect alone made watching film of the 26-23 loss a difficult task…

Pete Carroll on 49ers Film 2018-12-17

Pete Carroll on 49ers Film 2018-12-17

The rest of the numbers looked good for Seattle. They rushed for 168 yards and threw for another 217. They converted nearly 50-percent on third down and won the time of possession battle. These are all things that Coach Carroll has to scratch his head about…

The Seahawks will have to clean all that up when they face Kansas City on Sunday Night Football. The Chiefs are tied with the Chargers for the best record in the AFC and are looking to clinch home field advantage. Another win for Seattle would clinch a playoff spot. Sunday’s game kicks off at 5:20 on NBC.

Seahawks sign running back off Jaguars practice squad

Today, the Seahawks added depth at running back, signing rookie Bo Scarbrough off of Jacksonville’s practice squad. He replaces guard Jordan Simmons, who was placed on in injured reserve due to a knee injury sustained in Sunday’s game at San Francisco. Scarbrough is a two-time National Champion at Alabama in college and was selected by Dallas in the 7th round of last year’s draft.

Fluker and Wright might be ready to play Sunday

In yesterday’s press conference, Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll said DJ Fluker and KJ Wright are trying to work their way back from injuries to be able to play Sunday against Kansas City..

Pete Carroll on Injuries 2018-12-17

Pete Carroll on Injuries 2018-12-17

The question referencing Bradley is Bradley McDougal. He’s been battling a knee injury the past several weeks.