Wenatchee will have a chance to win the Big-9 regular season bowling title tomorrow after a narrow, pin-count victory against West Valley yesterday. The Panthers won the first two games behind the bowling of Kylah Hankins. The Big-9 leader rolled a 233 in the first game and 222 in the second.
The Rams came back to win both Bakers 150-to-140 and 138-to-122. So the match came down to a pin-count, with Wenatchee winning by just 116-pins.
That means tomorrow’s match at Eisenhower will be for the regular season title and a chance for Wenatchee to host the District Tournament at Eastmont Lanes.
Eastmont, meanwhile, took care of business on the road at Minda Lanes by downing Davis 3-to-1. The Wildcats host Sunnyside Tuesday while the Cadets finish at Moses Lake. It’s possible that Wenatchee and Eastmont could finish 1-2 in the Big-9.
Quincy splits double-dual on road
Here’s the Les Schwab Prep Wrestling Scoreboard from last night…
Ephrata won it’s non-league match at Royal 57-21. Quincy won one of its two matches at Toppenish, downing East Valley 45-36. Toppenish thumped Quincy in its head-to-head 72-to-6.
Coming up tonight, the Caribou Trail League will make up for some matches missed due to the weather all at Cashmere High School. Cashmere faces Omak while Chelan takes on Omak and Cascade at 6. Then at 7, it’s Cashmere and Cascade.
Van Lith leads Cashmere past Cascade with 31-points
On the Les Schwab Prep Girls Basketball Scoreboard from last night…
Hailey Van Lith scored 31-points to lead Cashmere to a 69-19 win at Cascade. Chelan surprised Omak last night, winning 38-32. In B-League play, Bridgeport downed Manson 37-26 and Moses Lake Christian took care of Entiat 64-37.
Cashmere boys remain unbeaten in CTL play
On the boy’s side last night, Cashmere improved to 7-and-oh in Caribou Trail League play with a 71-38 win at Cascade.
Despite a game-high 20-points from Nate Harding, Chelan fell at home to Omak 64-58. Reilly Davis led the Pioneers with 18-points.
It was also Bridgeport edging Manson last night 60-to-59, and Entiat topped Moses Lake Christian 67-to-52.
WVC travels for twin-bill at Big Bend
Coming up on the Women’s College Basketball schedule…
Wenatchee Valley travels to Moses Lake to face Big Bend at 5:30.
That’s followed by the Knights and Viking men at 7:30.
Jeter and Walker elected to HOF
The Baseball Writers of America voted two new members into the National Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday…
The Captain, Derek Jeter was elected on his first ballot with 99.7-percent of the vote. Just one of the 397 ballots did not include Jeter’s name. He becomes the second-highest vote-getter behind teammate Mariano Rivera (only unanimous player) and in front of Ken Griffey, Junior.
Former Colorado Rocky Larry Walker was also selected for the Hall on his 10th and final ballot. Walker got 304 votes, six above the 75-percent needed to make the Hall.