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Entiat Tigers Boys Basketball (left to right): Tre De Imus, Colby Crutcher, Drew Duncan, Wade Dahl, Cameron Eisenhard, Tai Tran, Case Crutcher, Blake Duncan, and Ronnie Parks.
ENTIAT – The Tigers started off the 2017-18 season with a home game against Mansfield/Waterville Shockers, Friday, Dec. 1. While Entiat started the season with a loss to the Shockers, Head Coach Miles Caples is confident in the abilities of the team. Caples brings 32 years of coaching experience,...

Natalya Paz drives in for a basket with help from a screen by Gemma Delgado, hosting the Shockers in Entiat’s first game of the season. The Lady Tigers defeated the Shockers with a final score of 57-36, and will host their next game, Saturday, Dec. 9 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Football:    Coach of the Year – Joey Johanson; Offensive Player of the Year: Eduardo Escalera; Defensive Player of the Year: Joe Strecker; 1st All League Defense: Quarterback-Avery Thompson, Receiver-Joe Strecker, Linemen-Marcus Bernardo, Donny Vanderholm and Baily Cameron;  1st Team Defense:...

Goats wrestling (left to right) Front Row: Jaiden Buyas, Erik Alcala, Guilberto Mora, JC Austin, Javier Mendoza, Javier Pastor, Felipe Martinez, Carlos Venegas, Skye Malone, Arnulfo Castrejon, Thomas Silvestri, Wyatt Groseclose, Angel Mendoza. Back Row: Hunter Logan, Braden Williams, Alvaro Arteaga, Obed Diaz, Johnny Ayala, Skyler Gordon, Elijah Morris, AJ Martinez, Miguel Neri. Not pictured: Angel Blanco, Billie Corter, Elicsa Gutierrez, Jose Mercado, Franco Sevilla, and Isai SulArez.
CHELAN – Goats wrestling picks up momentum this year, adding more wrestlers to the roster according to Head Coach Jeffrey Chambers. Last year, the team took a group to state with some participants and a couple alternates, and had two wrestlers place, Juan De La Cruz placing third and Skylar Gordon...

Lady Goats’ Basketball (left to right) Front Row: Matea Ivory, Hailee Huddleston, Bella Gatzemeier, Hayley Watson. Back Row: Lucy Bordner, Xitlali Cruz, Lexie Gleasman, Ashley Sams, Katie Rainville.
CHELAN – The Lady Goats launch into the basketball season after concluding last season with a final overall record of 6-14. “We played the toughest schedule in the state of Washington for girls’ basketball at any level,” explained Head Coach Steve Nygreen, “and the toughest schedule of any boys at...

Chelan Goats Boys Basketball (left to right) Front Row: Connor Wilson, Bert Medivil, Owen Oules, Dawson Roberts, Miguel Rojas. Back Row: Jose Torres, uinn Stamps, Sam Austin, Santiago Jimenez, Gage Estes, Wyatt Habich.
CHELAN – Goats’ Boys Basketball prepares to kick of the 2017-18 season after finishing with an overall record of 16-6 last season. Head Coach Jeff Pearl is entering his second season as head of the Goats’ Boys Varsity squad. “Last year was my first year as a head coach,” he explained, “but was...
CHELAN – The Lady Goats close out the season after placing fourth at the state tournament, Friday Nov. 10 and Saturday Nov. 11 in Yakima. Matching up against Naches, the Lady Goats won in three sets with scores of 25-22, 12-25, 25-10 and 27-25. Going up against Charles Wright Academy next, taking a...

Eduardo Escalera eludes part of the DeSales defense, Friday, Nov. 10, in Manson. The Trojans took a loss to the Fighting Irish in the first round of state playoffs.
MANSON – After a hard-fought season, the Trojans conclude with an overall record of 8-2 after taking a loss against the DeSales Fighting Irish, Friday, Nov. 10 at the Manson Athletic Complex. Without the ability to score against the relentless Fighting Irish defense, DeSales maintained a...
MANSON - With the season coming to a close, the Manson Trojans once again performed very well at the state meet at Pasco, Saturday, Nov. 4 at Sun Willows Golf Course. The Trojans placing 5th out of 16 teams, Coach Sanford was very pleased with all 7 athletes’ performances including Eddie Sarmiento...

Joe Strecker (middle) stands with his father, Michael (left), and mother, Jody Rowe Strecker (right), during senior night, Friday Oct. 27.
MANSON - By the end of his junior year, Joe Strecker had just finished fourth in the boys 4x100 meter relay at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships, and was a varsity member of both Manson HS football and basketball teams. Strecker, who is now a senior on the league-leading Trojan football...

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