WVC men and women post victories over Big Bend


The Wenatchee Valley Lady Knights traveled to Moses Lake and picked up a 62-52 win over Big Bend Community College. Cariann Kunkel continued her season of scoring with 21-points to lead WVC. Chasity Spady chipped in 19 as the Lady Knights improved to 14-and-6, 5-and-2 in conference play. Wenatchee Valley will host Treasure Valley Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock.

The Wenatchee Valley men also picked up a 10-point victory at Big Bend last night, downing the Vikings 81-71…

WVC tops Big Bend men 81-71

Malik Parsons led the way with 27-points while Abdul Abdullah scored 16 off the bench. WVC is now 17-and-3 overall, 5-and-2 in conference play as they prepare to host Treasure Valley Saturday at 4 o’clock at W.B. Smith Gymnasium.

#16 Gonzaga women host Pepperdine

Coming up tonight on the women’s college basketball schedule…

Women's College Basketball Schedule

Central Washington plays at Concordia at 5:15. Then at 6, #13 Gonzaga hosts Pepperdine in the Kennel.

Cougars face tough task at Colorado

Coming up tonight on the men’s college basketball schedule…

Men's College Basketball Schedule

Washington plays at Utah at 5 o’clock on the Pac-12 Network. The Cougars are in Colorado to face the #23 Buffalos at 7 on the Pac-12 Network. Central Washington plays in Portland at Concodria at 7:30.

CTL wrestling teams trade wins

On the Les Schwab Prep Wrestling Scoreboard from last night…

Prep Wrestling Scoreboard

Cashmere edged Omak 39-36 to hand the Pioneers their first dual loss of the season. Omak defeated Chelan 39-21. Cascade topped Chelan 43-24. Then Cascade topped Cashmere 41-34.

Prep Wrestling Schedule

Coming up on the wrestling schedule tonight, Quincy travels to Ephrata for a battle of the basin at 7. Wenatchee is on the road at Sunnyside at 7. And Eastmont hosts Eisenhower at 7. Eric Granstrom will be mat side at Eastmont High School tonight with the NCWLIFE Channel cameras rolling. We’ll have that on the air tonight at 9 o’clock.

Hockey and wrestling features on NCWLIFE tonight

Here’s a reminder of what’s coming up on the NCWLIFE Sports Broadcast Schedule…

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule

It’s Hockey Night tonight featuring the Wenatchee Wild and Cowichan Valley Capitals from last Friday. Following hockey is the wrestling match between Eisenhower and Eastmont at 9 p.m.

Tomorrow night is the Wenatchee and Eastmont boys basketball game from the Town Toyota Center earlier this month at 7.

Then Grant will be courtside at Wenatchee High Saturday when the Panthers host Davis. The girls game will be LIVE at 5:30 with the boys game to follow.

Girls Big-9 bowling crown to be settled today

The battle for the regular season Big-9 girls bowling championship is happening in Yakima…

Prep Bowling Schedule

Wenatchee is 9-and-2 heading to Nob Hill Lanes to take on 8-and-2 Eisenhower. The winning team will earn the Big-9 regular season crown and host the District Tournament next Friday. Also in Big-9 play today, Moses Lake is bowling at Davis.

Limited basketball schedule tonight

It’s a limited schedule for high school basketball tonight…

Prep Girls Basketball Schedule

Entiat travels to Soap Lake at 5:45 while Bridgeport hosts Manson at 6 in girl’s play.

Prep Boys Basketball Schedule

In boys basketball tonight, Cashmere hosts a non-league game against Royal at 7:15 while Entiat travels to Soap Lake at 7:30.

Wilson and Seahawks coaching staff prepare for Pro Bowl

Russell Wilson and the Seahawks coaching staff are down in Florida preparing for Sunday’s Pro Bowl. The Seahawks film crew is also down there capturing a day-in-the-life of Seattle’s quarterback during practice with his step-son Future …

Russell Wilson at Pro Bowl 2020-01-23

Russell Wilson at Pro Bowl 2020-01-23

The NFC will face the AFC Sunday at Noon on ESPN.

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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 East Wenatchee with his wife, Marion and has one daughter, Gracie (21) and two stepsons Trent (26) and Taylor (21).