Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks to play indoor football in March

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Theo Hall

Skyhawks indoor football to play at TTC in March

WENATCHEE, WA – A second attempt at indoor football at the Town Toyota Center will begin in March in the Wenatchee Valley with the Skyhawks. The organization held a press conference Saturday at the Town Toyota Center with ownership, players and General Manager and Head Coach Keith Evans introducing the team…

Keith Evans Introduction 2019-01-26


Evans explains the differences between regular and indoor football…

Keith Evans on Indoor Football 2019-01-26


Evans was the Coach and GM of the Wenatchee Valley Venom in 2010, a team that folded after two years because of poor attendance and financial troubles.

The Skyhawks will play in the American West Conference against four other teams in Tri-Cities; Napa, Idaho; Reno, Nevada; and Sacramento, California.

Co-owners of the Skyawks are Theo Hall and Craig Wright, both from Tacoma. Wright says they have a passion for bringing winning football to the Wenatchee Valley…


Hall says he’s familiar with the Wenatchee Valley and has high hopes for the Skyhawks…

Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks Owner Theo Hall 2019-01-26


The Skyhawks will begin training camp in early March with the first of six home games March 28th against the Tri-Cities Fire.

Wenatchee Wild losing streak reaches four games

The Wenatchee Wild have now lost four straight after dropping a pair of games at the Town Toyota Center over the weekend…
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On Friday, a three-goal outburst by Langley in the second period was too much for the Wild to overcome in a 6-2 loss. A.J. Hodges and Christophe Tellier tallied goals for Wenatchee in the loss.

On Saturday, it took Marko Reifenberger’s goal with less than 5-minutes to play to send it into overtime. And, after a scoreless extra period it went to a shootout where the Chilliwack Chiefs scored two goals to Wenatchee’s one for the 2-1 win. Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network…

Wenatchee Wild vs Chilliwack Highlights 2019-01-26


Wenatchee will try to snap the four game losing streak on the road at Merritt Wednesday before playing at 1st-place Penticton Friday, and then returning home Saturday to face the Vernon Vipers.

Eastmont takes District 6 Bowling Championship

The Eastmont Wildcats played second-fiddle to the Wenatchee Panthers throughout the Big 9 Girls Bowling season. Such wasn’t the case Friday as Eastmont came out with a bang defending its District 6 Championship with a 74-pin win over Wenatchee…
District Bowling
Alicia Hastings was medalist with a 659 series (202, 237, 220). Wenatchee’s Jessica Holbrook placed 2nd with a 603 series (236, 202, 165).

Eastmont’s total pin count for the day was 3,988 compared with Wenatchee’s 3,914. Both teams will advance to the State Tournament this week at Narrows Plaza Bowl at University Place.

Wenatchee girls remain winless, fall to Sunnyside

Taking a look at the weekend in prep sports as we open up the Les Schwab Scoreboard…
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Sunnyside raced out to an early lead and never looked back, downing Wenatchee 63-31 in girls basketball action. Eastmont traveled to Moses Lake and fell to the Chiefs 69-29. Chelan, for the second time in three nights, downed Cascade in Leavenworth 72-41. And Waterville-Mansfield traveled to Tonasket and picked up a 63-30 victory.

Panthers remain atop Big 9 with victory over Grizzlies

On the boy’s side of the Les Schwab Prep Scoreboard from Friday…
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Wenatchee stopped Sunnyside 55-47. Moses Lake was 11-better than Eastmont 80-69. Chelan topped Cascade 74-60. And Tonasket took care of Waterville-Mansfield 56-38.

Wildcats prevail over Panthers in girls Big 9 play

Turning to Saturday in girl’s play…
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Eastmont, despite losing Britt Vaughn to a knee injury in the first half, kept Wenatchee winless with a 45-37 victory. Waterville-Mansfield defended its home court with a 65-14 win over Oroville.

Long leads Panthers past Eastmont to remain in 1st place

On the Les Schwap Prep Scoreboard in boys play Saturday…
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Garrett Long scored 17-points to pace Wenatchee in a 47-40 win at Eastmont. Grant Olson had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…

Eastmont vs Wenatchee Boys Highlights 2019-01-26


Also on Saturday, it was Oroville over Waterville-Mansfield 65-26.

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule has WHS hoops Friday night

Coming up on the NCWLIFE sports schedule for this week…
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It begins tomorrow with a replay of the Eastmont and Wenatchee Unified game from early January at the Town Toyota Center at 7. That will be followed by the Eastmont and Wenatchee boys game. Then Hockey Night Thursday features last Friday’s game between Wenatchee and Langley at the Town Toyota Center. On Friday, we’re back at Wenatchee High School for live basketball between the Panthers and Eisenhower Cadets with the girls first at 5:30 and the boys to follow at about 7:30.