It’s playoff time for most of the fall leagues around the state, including right here in North Central Washington. The District 6 1-A Soccer Tournament, also known as the Caribou Trail League, will finish off its playoffs tonight in Cashmere will it will be the battle of the Bulldogs with Okanogan in town. Kickoff in the loser-out game is set for 5 o’clock.
The CWAC Tournament shifts to Quincy’s Jackrabbit Stadium for two games tonight. In the first contest at 5 o’clock, it’s Othello and Ephrata playing a seeding game. The winner will be the #3 seed and loser #4 seed into the glue crossover games with the Great Northern League. Ellensburg and Selah face off at 7 o’clock for the District Championship with both going to State.
Meanwhile in the District 6 4-A Tournament, it’s a stay-alive game for Moses Lake at home against Eisenhower at 6 o’clock. The winner will advance to face the winner of today’s West Valley at Davis game (at 3 o’clock).
Wenatchee and Eastmont wait to play for the District Championship tomorrow night at 6 o’clock at Wildcat Stadium. We’ll have the game on the NCWLIFE Channel following our local news at 6:30 with Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen.
Volleyball playoffs schedule tonight
It’s also volleyball playoff time…
Eastmont will host Davis in a District 6 4A Play-In game tonight at 6 o’clock at Eastmont’s Gym. The other Play-In game features Eisenhower at Moses Lake, also at 6. The winners of tonight’s games will play each other at West Valley High School Saturday at Noon. That’s also when Wenatchee will face the Rams for the District Championship.
Quincy will take on Ephrata in the 2-A CWAC District Tournament tonight in Ellensburg. That Play-In game will start at 5 o’clock. The winner will face Ellensburg at 7 o’clock while the loser’s season is over.
The Central Washington 2B District Tournament continues tonight in Brewster. Waterville-Mansfield faces Liberty Bell at 5 o’clock for 3rd and 4th. The District Championship between Lake Roosevelt and Brewster starts at 7.
Finally, the regular season comes to an end in Cashmere tonight for the Caribou Trail League as the Bulldogs host Cascade. The game starts at 6:30 with the winner going on to the District Tournament at Wenatchee High School Saturday to face Omak. Chelan and Okanogan face off Saturday at 3 for the District Championship.
Bridge of Sportsmanship is just what we asked for
We’re getting just what we hoped for Thursday with the Bridge of Sportsmanship between Eastmont and Wenatchee…
It’s a battle of two top teams in the Big-9 with the league championship on the line. It’s just like last year, only reversed with Eastmont needing a win to force a three-way playoff with Wenatchee and Sunnyside.
Eastmont Coach Michael Don is happy to be able to finally focus on their cross-river rival…
When we spoke with Wenatchee Coach Scott Devereaux before the season began, he said Eastmont would be the team to knock off…
Sunnyside is the team that edged Eastmont this year 29-28 to create the scenario for Thursday night. If Wenatchee wins, they are the Big-9 Champs with the #1 seed to State and Sunnyside would be #2. If Eastmont wins, it forces a three-team playoff Saturday in Moses Lake.
We will have our extended pre-game show Thursday at 6:30 with Eric Granstrom and Grant Olson. Kickoff is set for 7. Fans can buy tickets early at the Athletic office at either high school.
Seahawks back Myers all the way
Seahawks kicker Jason Meyers came under the scrutiny of fans Sunday when he missed two field goals and an extra point in Seattle’s overtime win over Tampa Bay. His second miss could have ended the game in regulation. Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he, his staff, and the entire team are behind Meyers all the way. Carroll says he thinks he needs to work more on mechanical consistency…
Seattle prepares to travel to Santa Clara Monday to face the undefeated San Francisco 49ers on National television. Carroll says the Niners have certainly improved…
Seattle hopes to have an extra wide receiver for Monday’s game with the addition of Josh Gordon to practice this week. Carroll says they’ll wait and see if he’s good to go against San Francisco.