Wild evens series with Cowichan Valley with 6-3 win

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Wild over CVC

The Wenatchee Wild head for the southern tip of Vancouver Island tied a game-apiece in their second-round BCHL playoff series with Cowichan Valley…

Wild evens series with Caps

That after a split in the first two games over the weekend at the Town Toyota Center. In Game 1 Friday night, the Capitals scored first and then Wenatchee tied it. Then C-V scored again, and again, the Wild countered to tie it. But it was third goal in the third period by the Capitals that Wenatchee could not answer in a 3-2 victory by the visitors.

In Game 2 Saturday night, Matt Gosiewski scored two first period goals to stake the Wild to a 2-nil lead heading into the first intermission and electrifying the over 2,000 fans at the Town Toyota Center.

But Cowichan Valley would not go softly into the night as the Caps roared back to tie it with two, second period goals. It would be all Wenatchee from there, however, as the Wild scored three to lead at the second intermission 5-2 and won 6-3 to even the series at a game apiece.

We’ll pick up the highlights with the scored tied in the second. Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network…

Wenatchee will play at Cowichan Valley in Games 3 and 4 tomorrow and Wednesday. Game 5 is back in Wenatchee Friday. If necessary, Game 6 would be back south of Victoria Sunday and Game 7 at the Town Toyota Center a week from tomorrow.

Lady Knights capture NWAACC Title

They say defense wins championships. Such was the case over the weekend for the Wenatchee Valley College Lady Knights basketball team as they picked up their fourth NWAACC title in school history…

Lady Knights Champs

W-V-C beat Umpquah 74-70, holding the Riverhawk’s starters scoreless in the first half. Lady Knight’s all-time leading scorer Ashlynn Burgess was named the Tournament MVP. Chasity Spady sank the final four free throws for Wenatchee Valley to seal the deal and was named the Tournament’s Most Inspirational Player.

Wildcats edge Grizzlies in Shootout

Opening up the Les Schwab Prep Scoreboard in boys soccer over the weekend…

Eastmont downs Sunnyside 3-2 in shootout

In one of three games played at Lee Bofto Field at the Apple Bowl Saturday, Cascade shot down Prosser in a non-league game 7-to-1.

In the nightcap, seen LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel, Eastmont erased a two-goal deficit with two, late goals to tie Sunnyside. The game remained tied at 2-2 through two, five minute overtimes, so it came down to a shootout. Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…

The Wildcats improved to 3-and-oh on the season, 1-and-oh in Big 9 play with the victory.

Eastmont and Wenatchee baseball teams head west to play games

Local teams had to travel to Western Washington to be able to play baseball over the weekend…

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Wenatchee shut out Sumner Friday 2-0, then fell to Richland Saturday 9-to-6. The Bombers then fell to the Eastmont Wildcats 6-1 before Eastmont lost to Sumner 4-1.

Cashmere was also at Orting High School to face Naches Valley, falling in the doubleheader to the Rangers 8-4 and 13-3.

Eastmont softball sweeps Curtis

Also on the Les Schwab Prep Fast Pitch Softball Scoreboard…

Eastmont softball sweeps Curtis

Eastmont swept Curtis 16-9 and 13-12 for its first wins for the season.

Wenatchee lacrosse team splits

The Wenatchee Valley Thunder boys lacrosse team went 1-and-1 over the weekend…

Wenatchee lacrosse scores

Wenatchee had no trouble with Hermiston Friday night in the Apple Bowl, winning 18-to-4. Jake Rhyner led the way with 5 goals. Also score 3-each were Triston Ploch; Jake Strahm; and John Walker.

The Thunder traveled to the West Side Saturday and fell to Juanita 14-to-2.

Ducks bite Huskies for Pac-12 Title

Gary Payton Pritchard led all scorers with 20-points as Oregon blew out Washington for the Pac-12 Tournament Title Saturday in Vegas 68-48…

Pac-12 Tournament

The lone highlight for the Huskies was Matisse Thybulle surpassing Gary Payton for the all-time steals record in the Pac-12 with his 322nd in the second half.

NCAA Tournament Brackets are set

So for Washington, it would be a waiting game to see if they’d receive an at-large big on Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament…

NCAA Tournament Brackets Set

We’d first learn that Gonzaga, Duke, Virginia and North Carolina would receive Number 1 seeds. Then, the brackets would be announced. Gonzaga is in the West and will play Thursday at 4:30 against the winner of the play-in between Fairleigh Dickinson and Prairie View. Washington is a 9-seed in the Midwest Region and will face Utah State in the first-round Friday at 3:50. Oregon is a 12-seed in the South and will play Wisconsin Friday at 1:30. Arizona State has a chance to earn a spot in the round of 64 with a play-in game Wednesday at 6pm against St. John’s.