High School Sports


From left to right: Jordan Long (Sophomore), Katherine Barragan (Junior), Caylee Johnson (Junior), Kaylee Darlington (Junior), Savannah Thrift (Senior), Melissa Swanson-Hill (Senior), Vanicia Cole (Senior), Karina Olmos (Senior) and Shannon Bell (Sophomore). Not Pictured: Allison Braunschweig (Senior) and Sinai Tovar (Senior). Courtesy Entiat High School Volleyball
ENTIAT - Heather Long, head coach of Entiat High’s volleyball team has been coaching for 10 years and is assisted by Karen Lopez who is in her second year of coaching. The Entiat Tigers have three returning starters this year: seniors Savannah Thrift and Vanicia Cole and returning sophomore...

Top row, left to right: Ethan Wiese, Arthuro Delgado, Landon Crutcher, Christian Santos, Garrett Giacomazzi, Camilo Barragan-Ayala, and Braedyn Brumback. Middle row, left to right: Aaron Ayala, Eric Ayala, Isaiah Brumback, and Noah Fogelstrom. Bottom row, left to right:: Ari Ayala, Pedro Arias, Jovany Torres, and Seth Williams. Courtesy Entiat High School Football Team
ENTIAT – In his ninth season coaching at Entiat High, Brian Bailey (Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator) says, “We hope to compete for a League Championship this fall in the Central Washington B League (CWB), and a return trip to the State Playoffs.  (We) have made the State Playoffs 6 out of the last...

Team: Carlos Saucedo, David Kelly, Cray Silva, Tyler Fogerson, George Neff, Savannah Gresham, Beverly LaPierre, Zoe Pisson, Leorie Mueller, Teagan Silva, Luke Simmons, Chloe Desgroseillier, Carlos P., Aiden Avery, Caleb Bertoneu, Tristan Sanderson, David Payan, Caden Griggs, Eli Becerril, Ian Garfoot, Catherine Martinez, Jesse Rahn, Hunter Rahn, Sammy Vazuez, Damian Arenento, Genesis Martinez and Jasmine Banitoz. Courtesy Chelan High Cross Country/Sherrard Studios
CHELAN - Coach Anderson is excited about his team this season. “We have a lot of good runners this year. Teagan (Silva) is State Cross Country and we have a solid boy’s team. We have three sub-five-minute mile runners but overall our team is young.” Cross Country appears to be the unspoken, or...

Front row, left to right: Reagan Puryear, Noemi Bravo, Itzel Velez, Kenia Sanchez, Ashlynn Espana, Yennifer Sanchez, Josseline Galvan, Aaliyha Espana, Joslynn Simmons, Kayla Alcazar, Lizzy Knight. Back row, left to right: Irene Hernandez, Lydia Ware, Jailyn Reinhart, Arden Paglia, Olivia Nelson, Avari Barker, Aliyah Finch, MaKayla Griffith, Maya Cowan, Melissa Araya, Madi Barker, Neida Vargas. Not pictured: Brynn Fielding, Arabelle Finch, Fernanda Garcia, Yaretzi Mendiola, and Kyleigh Keifer. Trinada Caro/LCM
CHELAN - Head Coach Amaris Longmire leads the team along with Varsity Assistant Seth Manthey and Junior Varsity Coach Reece Bauer. Amaris is in her 4th season with the Goats following two seasons at Tacoma middle schools and volunteering at Cashmere High School. Seth is in his 3rd coaching season...

From left to right: Morgyn Harrison, Olivia Strandberg, Jamie Bekel, Juliana Perez, Sasha Dandridge, Makenzie Griggs, Kira Sandoval, Celia Polley, Ally Williams, and Josie Garfoot. Courtesy CHS Volleball
CHELAN - A welcoming addition to Chelan High Volleyball is head coach Abby Phelps. Here is a Q and A about this upcoming season: Returning Players: Four players will be returning this year, seniors Jamie Beckel and Morgyn Harrison, junior, Olivia Strandberg and sophomore, Sasha Dandridge....
CHELAN - Thursday, Sept. 23 was a good team win for the Goats. Fired well in all facets of the game. We eliminated some mistakes against a tough, discipline, Tonasket team. From pass protection to tackling we played physical enough to get it done. Short memory and on to an up and excited Cascade...

Courtesy Chelan High Football/Daniela Espinoza Chelan High School Varsity / Junior Varsity Football Team
CHELAN – Coach Travis Domser leads the Chelan High Football team in his 9th season of coaching at Chelan High School and has a combined total of 25 years coaching. With six defensive, five offensive and no new players returning this year the team is well rounded in talent. Supporting Coach Domser...
Lakeside 34 Chelan 28 Either way you look at it Lakeside made one more big play, or we made one more mistake then Lakeside, you would be correct. It was a battle all the way to the end of the game. I am proud of how hard our kids played and battled.  It's on us as coaches to clean up the...

Ryan McKelvie
CHELAN - The Lake Chelan School District is pleased to announce that Ryan McKelvie has accepted the District Athletic Director position recently vacated by Scott Paine.  McKelvie recently resigned his position with the Wenatchee Wild and is leaving a very successful 15 year-long hockey career.  ...
CHELAN - In Tony Callero's first season as head coach, the Chelan High School boys basketball finished the season 8-4 overall and in second place in the Caribou Trail League. The team was ranked #9 in the Max Preps 1A State Rankings and has accepted an invitation to the "State Tournament '' in...

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