The Wenatchee Panthers bounced back from a Friday night loss with a lopsided 82-46 win over Moses Lake Saturday. Sophomore Camden Loidhamer led 5-players in double-figures with 19-points as Wenatchee improved to 3-and-3 in Big-9 play.
Also on Saturday in boy’s basketball, Waterville-Mansfield topped Soap Lake 46-27. The rest of the Saturday schedule was either postponed or cancelled due to snow and slick roads.
Moses Lake girls hammer Wenatchee
The Moses Lake girls left little doubt it would earn its Big-9-leading 11th win of the season Saturday with an early lead it would only grow in a 64-20 win over Wenatchee.
Waterville-Mansfield improved to 11-and-1 Saturday with its 7th-consecutive victory, downing Soap Lake 63-24. The rest of the girls schedule was also erased due to inclement weather.
Eastmont boys use balanced attack to down Sunnyside
Turning back to the Les Schwab Prep Boys Basketball Scoreboard from Friday…
Eastmont topped Sunnyside 74-66. West Valley beat Wenatchee 64-41. In CWAC play, Ephrata beat Wapato 85-74. Grandview quieted Quincy 63-30. Cashmere beat Chelan in Caribou Trail League play 68-51. And in B-League play, Manson stopped Soap Lake 67-28. And Liberty Bell whipped Waterville-Mansfield 60-36.
Quincy wins 2nd CWAC game in upset of Grandview
In girls basketball action Friday…
Sunnyside stopped Eastmont 43-31. West Valley defended its home court with a 67-46 win over Wenatchee. WApato topped Ephrata 63-48. Quincy won its third league game in 5-years with a 42-41 upset of Grandview.
In Caribou Trail League play, Omak crushed Cascade 57-11 while Cashmere had no trouble with Chelan, winning 69-14. Also Friday, Manson beat Soap Lake 29-23 and Waterville-Mansfield topped Liberty Bell 57-45.
#1 Gonzaga beat BYU in the Kennel Saturday 92-69…
Oregon sank a 3-pointer with 3-seconds left in overtime to beat Washington 64-61. Washington State kept rolling in Pullman with an 89-76 win over Oregon State. Eastern Washington traveled to Montana State and won 71-58. Also in men’s college basketball Saturday, Alaska topped Central Washington 78-60. And Spokane knocked off Wenatchee Valley College in overtime 74-69.
Going back to the weekend of women’s college basketball…
On Friday, #18 Arizona State beat Washington 67-50. #21 Arizona State topped Washington State 74-67.
#16 Gonzaga earned a road-win at San Francisco Saturday 69-46. Montana State edged Eastern Washington in overtime 89-85. Simon Fraser beat Central Washington 65-59. And Wenatchee Valley College protected the home floor with a 69-39 win over Spokane.
On Sunday, the Arizona schools beat the Washington schools as ASU beat WSU 65-58 and Arizona topped Washington 66-58.
Wenatchee boys tune up for State run with big win at Whitman
The Wenatchee Panthers swim and dive team topped the podium in plenty of places Saturday during a meet at Whitman College…
Wenatchee won the team competition with 696-points. Richland was second with 365. Eastmont came in 6th with 98-points.
Wild continue a familiar weekend theme
For the 7th time this season, the Wenatchee Wild went 1-and-1 over a weekend of play in the BCHL…
Cowichan Valley blanked the Wild Friday 4-nil with two goals by right-winger Primo Self. Wenatchee was out-shot in the game 36-27. Capital’s goalie Zach Borgiel was perfect, stopping 27-of-27 shots on goal.
A packed Town Toyota Center on Military Appreciation Night helped the Wild out to a good start, as Brett Chorske scored the first of his two goals in the 1st period. Wenatchee would go on for the overtime win 4-3 as Nick Cafarelli scored 2:58 into the extra-session.
Wenatchee continues its home-stand with games against Trail this Friday and Saturday, both starting at 7:05 p.m.
NCWLIFE Sports Broadcast Schedule
Coming up on the NCWLIFE Sports Broadcast Schedule this week…
The Wenatchee and Eastmont girls game from January 10th at the Town Toyota Center will be featured Tuesday at 7 o’clock.
We’ll have a double-feature Thursday, beginning with Hockey Night at 7 as the Wild host Cowichan Valley from last Friday. Then Eric Granstrom will be mat-side at Eastmont where the Wildcats host Eisenhower in Big-9 wrestling. It will air immediately following hockey.
Friday night’s game will be the boy’s game between Wenatchee and Eastmont from their meeting at the Town Toyota Center earlier this month. That will be 7 o’clock Friday.
Grant Olson will have the action Saturday as Wenatchee hosts Davis in a doubleheader. The girls game will be LIVE with our pregame at 5:30. The boys will follow at 7:30 here on your home for LOCAL sports, the NCWLIFE Channel.