The Wenatchee Valley Thunder defended the home turf Friday night, downing Chiawana 17-nothing as Trison Ploch scored 7 goals…
The visiting Riverhawks just had no answer for the Thunder attack, as Wenatchee led 12-nothing at the half. Eric Granstrom and Rod Higley had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel, as Triston Ploch had a HUGE night…
Ben Higley also had 4 goals while Sam Williams chipped in three. Wenatchee travels to Selah tomorrow and then hosts Richland in a battle for first place Thursday night at 7 in the Apple Bowl.
Gracin wins Leonard Evans 150
Gracin Raz took the checkered flag Saturday night in the 5th annual Leonard Evans 150 at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval…
Other winners Saturday night included RG Greiner in the Plumb Perfect Roadrunners; Seth Frazier in the Street Stocks; and Evan Goetz in the Bandoleros. The Pro Late Models, Thunder Cars, Roadrunners and Vintage Modifieds will be back to WVSO for the next race May 18th.
Wenatchee Sweeps Sunnyside Nine
Checking the Les Schwab Prep Baseball Scoreboard from the weekend…
On Friday, Wenatchee swept both ends of a doubleheader at Sunnyside 16-1 and 21-4. Eastmont split with West Valley, winning the opener 11-2 but falling in the nightcap 12-11.
Chelan swept Cashmere Saturday 14-0 and 16-5. Okanogan had no trouble with Cascade, winning 19-8 and 12-6. Pateros swept Waterville-Mansfield 21-8 and 1-0. And Brewster took a pair from Manson 17-1 and 23-3.
Cascade girls take big step towards CTL Title
On the softball diamonds Friday…
Wenatchee took both ends of a doubleheader from Sunnyside 16-4 and 14-1. Cascade swept Omak 20-3 and 17-0.
On Saturday, Cashmere won twice against Chelan 16-12 and 9-8. Waterville-Mansfield managed a split with Pateros, falling in the opener 14-13 and winning the second game 14-4. And Brewster beat Manson 17-6 and 17-0.
Eastmont celebrates senior night with win, readies for play-in Friday
Eastmont celebrated senior night at Wildcat Stadium Friday with a 3-2 win over Eisenhower in Big 9 soccer…
The victory ensured Eastmont the #4 seed heading into the post-season, which will mean a District Play-In game Friday against Davis at Eastmont.
Wenatchee beat Moses Lake Friday 3-to-1. The Panthers host Davis tomorrow night in the regular season finale at the Apple Bowl, which we’ll have LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel at 7 o’clock. Wenatchee still has a chance to finish second in the Big 9, but will probably finish 3rd and host Moses Lake in a District Play-in Game Friday at 6 o’clock.
Busy week kicks off on NCWLIFE
Here’s what we have on the NCWLIFE Schedule this week…
We’ll have our evening news with Grant Olson LIVE from Memorial Park today through Thursday as the 100th Apple Blossom Festival gets into full swing. As we mentioned, boys soccer is on the menu tomorrow night at Lee Bofto Field as Wenatchee hosts Davis at 7.
On Friday, we’ll broadcast the news LIVE at 5 out front of LocalTel’s office on Grant Road as a lead-up to our LIVE coverage of the Les Schwab Classy Chassis Parade at 6. Grant Olson and Brent Crowder will be your hosts for that.
Then on Saturday, we’ll be back up at Triangle Park for the Stemilt Growers Grand Parade at 11 o’clock. We’ll take the air at 10:30 with Eric Granstrom and Jessy Clay co-hosting NCWLIFE’s coverage.
Rangers spank Mariners over weekend 15-1 Saturday, 14-1 Sunday
After downing Texas 14-to-2 on Thursday, the Seattle Mariners found out about paybacks this weekend as the Rangers won 15-1 Saturday and 14-1 Sunday…
Yesterday’s shellacking came at the expense of Erik Swanson’s ERA, lasting just four innings and allowing 9-runs on 11-hits, including two home runs by Logan Forsythe. Daniel Vogelbach was the only high point for Seattle, going 2-for-3 at the plate with a double.
The Mariners will try to bounce back with interleague play tomorrow when they’ll host the Chicago Cubs at 7:10. Cole Hamels will go up against Felix Hernandez.