Wild snap four game skid with 3-2 win at Merritt

Wild at Merritt

Gosiewski’s two goals leads Wild to 3-2 victory

MERRITT, BC – The Wenatchee Wild snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 win at Merritt last night in BCHL hockey…
The Centennials led it 1-nil in the second after a first-period goal by Mathieu Gosselin. But AJ Hodges would tie it 53-seconds into the second period. Matt Gosiewski (go-CHEF-ski) would give Wenatchee the lead at the 14:42 mark of the second and score what proved to be the game-winner in the 3rd. Merritt would get a late-game goal to make it close but would run out of time on the night.

Arch Ecker had the call on the Wenatchee Wild Hockey Network. Video is courtesy Hockey TV…

Wenatchee Wild at Merritt Highlights 2019-01-30

Wenatchee Wild at Merritt Highlights 2019-01-30

Wenatchee makes a stop in Penticton tomorrow night to face the Division-leading Vees at 7 o’clock…
Then on Saturday, Wenatchee hosts Vernon on Guns N Hoses Night at the Town Toyota Center. Fire and police will play a game at 5 o’clock, followed by the Wild and Vipers at 7. Wild players will wear special jerseys during the game, which will be auctioned off following the contest. This is one of the last three home games of the regular season, so no time to waste. Get to the Town Toyota Center box office for your tickets or go on-line to Wenatchee Wild Hockey dot com for more information.

Hockey Night on NCWLIFE features Wild and Langley

Coming up tonight on the NCWLIFE Channel, it’s Hockey Night!
We’re featuring the Wenatchee Wild’s game against Langley at the Town Toyota Center from last Friday. Arch Ecker has your play-by-play with the puck dropping at 7 o’clock…

Wenatchee Wild vs Langley Highlights 2019-01-25

Wenatchee Wild vs Langley Highlights 2019-01-25

Just a little tease for you there…you can watch the game in its entirety tonight at 7 here on your exclusive television home for the Wenatchee Wild, NCWLIFE Channel.
And as we look ahead at the NCWLIFE Schedule, we’ll be at Wenatchee High School for the Panthers host the Eisenhower Cadets. The girls start at 5:45 with the boys to follow at 7:30. Grant Olson will be courtside with your play-by-play.

Then on Saturday, Groundhogs Day, we have Davis and Eastmont and Davis and Eastmont. The first is the girls game from January 5th at 2 o’clock. Then the boys game that went right down to the wire will air at 7 on your home for local sports, the NCWLIFE Channel.

Cashmere girls look for 40th consecutive league win

Coming up tonight on the prep sports schedule…
The Cashmere girls wrap up the regular season and look to win their 40th consecutive Caribou Trail League game at Cascade at 5:45. Chelan is at Tonasket at 6. The Cascade Christian girls host Easton at 6 and Wilson Creek is at Entiat, also at 6 o’clock.

Cashmere boys can wrap up regular season title tonight

On the boys basketball schedule tonight…
Cashmere can wrap up the regular season Caribou Trail League title with a win at Cascade tonight. They’ll tip it up at 7:15. At 7:30, it’s Wilson Creek at Entiat and Tonasket hosting Chelan.

Huskies remain unbeaten in Pac-12 play downing USC

Back to the Les Schwab Scoreboard in men’s college basketball last night…
Noah Dickerson scored 21-points and grabbed 14-rebounds while Matisse Thybulle added 17-points as Washington remained undefeated in Pac-12 play with a 75-62 win over USC.
At Martin Center, Prince Ali, Moses Brown and Kris Wilkes each scored 16-points as UCLA ran away from Washington State 87-67.

Coming up tonight, it’s #4 Gonzaga at BYU at 8 o’clock on ESPN2.

WVC’s 15-game winning streak snapped in overtime

And in Walla Walla last night…
Despite 31-points from Ashlynn Burgess, the Wenatchee Valley Lady Knights had their 15-game winning streak snapped in a 95-91 overtime loss to the Warriors.