Wenatchee tops Eastmont in overtime 1-0 in soccer classic

Wenatchee over Eastmont Soccer

Wenatchee and Eastmont played another classic soccer match Friday night, with the Panthers coming out on top in overtime 1-nil…

Wenatchee edges Eastmont 1-0 in soccer

Wenatchee dominated play for most of the first half, but the game would end scoreless and go into overtime. That’s when the Panthers found Jose Camarillo for the header and complete the season-sweep of their cross-river rivals.

Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…

In other soccer action Saturday, Cashmere bounced Brewster 6-2 and Lakeside Nine Mile Falls topped Chelan 3-1.

Wenatchee splits with Moses Lake baseball

Wenatchee did something in Big 9 baseball only one other has been able to do to Moses Lake Friday, hand the Chiefs a loss…

Prep Baseball Scoreboard

TJ Scherting hit a two-out, bottom of the 7th RBI single to score Dalton Thomas to give the Panthers an 8-7 victory.

The Chiefs bounced back to take the nightcap 7-3.

It was a sweep-like Saturday across the rest of the Les Schwab Prep Baseball Scoreboard. Okanogan beat Cashmere 13-0 and 6-5; Overlake topped Cascade 10-8 and 15-9; and Liberty Bell overwhelmed Waterville-Mansfield 25-3 and 15-0.

Panther girls split with Chiefs

The Wenatchee girls softball team earned a split at Moses Lake Friday…

Prep Softball Scoreboard

The Panthers won the opener 3-2 with Moses Lake coming back to take Game 2 11-to-1.

On Saturday, Okanogan swept Cashmere 19-7 and 18-0. Chelan split with Nooksack Valley, winning Game 1 7-6 and falling in Game 2 16-6. Manson and Bridgeport split a pair with the Mustangs winning the opener 16-9 and the Trojans taking the nightcap 17-5.

And, the Waterville-Mansfield girls had a good day Saturday in Winthrop, sweeping Liberty Bell 17-9 and 13-5.

Wenatchee lacrosse wins twice

It was a good weekend for the Wenatchee Valley Thunder lacrosse team, as they swept Hermiston and Stanwood…

Prep Lacrosse Scoreboard

On Friday in Hermiston, Wenatchee put on an impressive offensive output, winning 21-to-7. Ben Higley and John Walker led the attack with four goals each. Scoring three each were: Rhett Goveia; Triston Ploch; and Jake Strahm.

On Saturday, Wenatchee hosted a much-tougher Stanwood squad and came out on top 12-5. Higley and Ploch were again on the scoreboard with 3-goals each while Jack Jorgensen collected his second-consecutive win in net.

The Thunder travel to Richland Wednesday and then host Chiawana Friday, which we’ll have LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel.

Skyhawks grounded by Reno 57-12

The Wenatchee Valley Skyhawk’s two-game winning streak came to a crashing halt Saturday in Reno…

Skyhawks fall to Reno

The Skyhawks were hit by the Express train in a 57-12 defeat. Wenatchee Valley will have two weeks to lick its wounds with a May 4th return trip to Reno.

Mariner rally falls short in 9th

The Mariners were close to coming back to sweep the Angels Sunday with a 9th inning rally that fell short 8-6…

Mariner rally falls short to Angels 8-6

Trailing 8-2 heading into the 9th, Seattle got home runs from Tom Murphy, Dee Gordon and Mitch Haniger, score 4-runs in the inning with the tying run at the plate when the final out was recorded.

The three home runs gave Seattle 14 over the four-game series, of which the Mariners won three of four, and 56-home runs in their first 25-games.

Seattle has the day off today and take a one game lead in the American League West over Houston into the first of a two-game series at San Diego tomorrow.

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Eric Granstrom
Eric comes to NCWLIFE Channel after a 26-year career in radio, having most-recently served as the Producer of the Seahawks Radio Network; Weekend Sports Anchor on KOMO AM1000 in Seattle; and Program Director of KKRV 104.7FM/KWIQ 100.3FM/KKRT 900AM in Wenatchee and Moses Lake. Eric is an avid outdoorsman, hunting and fishing throughout the northwest, including co-hosting, filming and producing Dave Graybill’s “Fishing Magician TV.” Eric lives in Wenatchee with his dog Oakley and has one daughter, Gracie (18) who is a freshman at Central Washington University.