Van Lith provides special message to girls and women

National Girls and Women in Sports Day

Today is National Girls and Women in Sports Day. It’s a day to promote girls and women participating in athletics and highlight the leadership qualities that can be gained by playing sports. Cashmere senior Hailey Van Lith has a message to the ladies out there…

Hailey Van Lith Message 2020-02-05

Hailey Van Lith Message 2020-02-05

Van Lith is also being featured this week on the nationally-syndicated show “Sports Stars of Tomorrow.” We worked with the show’s producers to provide footage of Hailey playing hoops…

Hailey Van Lith on Sports Stars Of Tomorrow 2020-02-05

Hailey Van Lith on Sports Stars Of Tomorrow 2020-02-05

Hailey Van Lith on Sports Stars of Tomorrow

You can see Sports Stars of Tomorrow tomorrow morning at 6am and tomorrow night at 6:30 and then Friday night at 10:30 here on the NCWLIFE Channel.

Van Lith scores 32 to lead Cashmere over Okanogan

Taking a look at the Les Schwab Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard from last night…

Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard

Ephrata edged Grandview 46-43. Othello beat Quincy 65-41. Omak cruised past Cascade 62-20. Hailey Van Lith scored 32-points and Grace Erdmann chipped in 11 to lift Cashmere over Okanogan 69-27. Pateros beat Entiat 55-44.

Phillips hits 8 3-pointers in Bulldogs win over Okanogan

On the Les Schwab Prep Boys Basketball Scoreboard last night…

Prep Boys Basketball Scoreboard

Ephrata topped Grandview 53-32. Othello beat Quincy 58-44. Omak took care of Cascade 57-39. Sam Phillips hit eight 3-pointers and finished with 32-points to lead Cashmere past Okanogan 76-52. The win gives the Bulldogs the regular season Caribou Trail League Title. Also last night, Manson beat Tonasket 50-46.

Wild play Spruce Kings to begin 3-game road trip tonight

The Wenatchee Wild are in Prince George to being a three game road trip tonight…

Wenatchee Wild Hockey Schedule

The puck drops at the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena at 7 o’clock. Then on Friday, Wenatchee heads to Surrey, B.C. to face the Eagles at 7 o’clock in the South Surrey Arena. Finally, on Saturday, Wenatchee’s at the George Preston Arena to face the Langley Rivermen at 7:15.

All told, the Wild will travel 1,304-miles over the next four days. Wenatchee’s currently in 5th place in the Interior Division with 52-points, three behind Vernon and 4-back of Salmon Arm.

Central downs NW Nazarene men

On the Les Schwab College Men’s Basketball Scoreboard last night…

Men's College Basketball Scoreboard

Central Washington defended its home court with a 64-59 win over Northwest Nazarene. The Wildcats were led by the 28-points of Jeryn Lucas. It was Central’s 3rd-straight victory. They’ll host Montana State Billings tomorrow night at 7:30.

WVC men and women in Tri-Cities tonight

On the college hardwoods tonight…

The Wenatchee Valley men’s and women’s basketball teams travel to the Tri-Cities to face Columbia Basin Community College. The Lady Knights tip it up first at 5:30, followed by the men at 7:30.

Hockey on Thursday and basketball on Friday on NCWLIFE Channel

Still to come this week on the NCWLIFE Channel Sports Broadcast Schedule…

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule

Thursday night is Hockey Night as the Wenatchee Wild take on the Trail Smoke Eaters at 7 o’clock. This is the game from back on Saturday, January 25th that went down to a shootout. Arch Ecker has the play by play tomorrow night here on your television home for the Wenatchee Wild, the NCWLIFE Channel.

Then on Friday, Eric Granstrom will be courtside at Eastmont High School where the Wildcats will host the Davis Pirates. It is senior night as it’s Eastmont’s final home game of the regular season. The girls will recognize six seniors on the varsity roster while the boys have eight seniors to commemorate.

The Eastmont boys currently sit in 2nd place in the Big-9 behind West Valley. Wenatchee is in 3rd, tied with Davis. The Eastmont girls are in last place and will not make the post-season.