Jan 18 Othello at Prosser
Jan 19 Prosser at Toppenish
Jan 25 Watch on SWX
Jan 26 No Broadcast
Jan 29 Grandview at Prosser
Three players surpassed the 1,000 mark since our last publication. (Antonio Salinas (Zillah), Steele Venters (Ellensburg) and Kylie Wilkey (Selah).
Calvin Herting (Selah), Talia von Oelhoffen (Tri-Cities Prep), Callie Delp (Zillah), Michelle Ruiz (Grandview), and Bailey Whitney (Warden) are within 20 points.
Brock Ravet of Kittitas is now number two all-time with 2,475 points. Keep an eye on Haley Van Lith of Cashmere and Talia von Oelhoffen of Tri-Cities Prep. They are on pace to break the girl's all-time mark in the next two years.
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The most intense issue we've ever produced. There are boys and girls scoring leaders through December 27. We have our standouts, team of the month, athlete of the month, article on Dennis Bottineau, sports trivia and all-time scoring leaders.
The region scoring ranges from the Tri-Cities to Yakima, Wenatchee to Ellensburg. New players are being added weekly and the 1,000 point scoreres are amazing to watch. Missing is Liberty Christian's Maddie Godwin whose totals we are chasing down. We are glad to add that Macy Hampton of Othello's totals are now official.
As the first half of the CWAC boy's basketball season is complete and 2018 closes, we take a look back and the teams, their scoring leaders and chances at making the playoffs.
Eight of ten teams will play in District and you can bet both Selah and Ellensburg will be among them. Ephrata, Prosser, Wapato and Toppenish are favorites for four other spots. Grandview, East Valley and Othello should battle for the final two. However, NEVER count out any team in the CWAC. Anyone can beat another on any given night.
As the first half of the CWAC girl's basketball season is complete and 2018 closes, we take a look back and the teams, their scoring leaders and chances at making the playoffs.
Eight of ten teams will play in District and it will be a five, possibly six team, race. The league championship will be the team that beats the lower part of the standings and wins four of five games against the upper tier. The team that winds up four or five will have been upset by a team they should have beat. East Valley is the dark horse that could make waves. Wapato is surging and a darkhorse.