High School Sports


Cascade's Truh Merriman (No. 1) is surrounded by teammates after her home run. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
Despite some miscues and agressive base running from Wenatchee, the Lady Kodiaks softball team earned a 9-5 nonleague win over the Lady Panthers on April 17. Truh Merriman kicked off Cascade’s momentum by drilling the ball past the center field fence for a home run in the first inning. Down 2-1,...

Katie Boyd recorded a personal record in the discus. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade track and field team competed in a North Central Washington meet on April 16. Several athletes placed in the top of their events and recording PRs along the way. The Kodiak boys excelled in racing events. Jace Seely won the men’s 100 meters with a personal record of 12.10 seconds....

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The Cascade softball team continued to run through the Caribou Trail League after a 14-7 win over Chelan on April 16. The Lady Kodiaks opened with a 1-0 lead in the first frame on a Chelan error. With a two-run lead, Cascade drove in seven runs, with one run from Sarah Paulson’s single and Renee...

Cascade's Kolby Hunt earned a singles win over her Wenatchee opponent. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School girls tennis team earned another win on April 15 after they swept Wenatchee, 5-0 sweep. All of Cascade's singles players - Dorothy Espinosa, Kolby Hunt and Molly Wiser - earned wins. Both Kodiak doubles teams also picked up victories. The victory boosts girls' overall record...

Cascade's Natalie Craig hit a 131 in the Chelan match and 117 at the girls' tournament at Highlander Golf Course. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School Kodiaks traveled to Chelan for their second Caribou Trail League match on April 11. The Chelan boys defeated Cascade 386-427. Isaac Cortes led Cascade with a 95, 13 strokes behind medalist Miles Grossberg of Chelan. Michael Whitehead hit 108, Austin Curry shot 111, Gavin...

Cascade's Josie Brenan won the women's 3,000 meter race. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School boys and girls track teams had a good showing at the Cashmere Invitational on April 13. The Kodiak boys finished fourth out of 17 teams with 52 points while the Cascade girls finished fifth out of 18 schools with 46 points. Landon Davies won the 3,000 meters after he...

Cascade's Madeline Schiefebein runs toward first base. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School softball team added two more impressive wins on April 13 after going 2-0 in a Caribou Trail League doubleheader against Cashmere. Cascade earned a 17-2 win in game one, and 16-1 victory in the nightcap. Both games ended in the fifth inning due to the 10-run mercy rule. The...

Cascade's Ben Sunitsch slides into third base. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School baseball team picked their first Caribou Trail League win on April 13 after they split a conference doubleheader against Cashmere. The Kodiaks earned a 12-1 win in game one, then lost 13-3 in the nightcap. Both games ended in the fifth inning due to the 10-run mercy rule. In...

Cascade's Molly Wiser went 2-0 in singles play, including a win at the No. 1 spot during the Kodiaks' April 11 match against Okanogan. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High School tennis teams played two Caribou Trail League matches on their home courts, one against Omak on April 9 and the second with Okanogan two days later. Both Kodiak teams fared well against the Pioneers, with identical 4-1 wins. The victory brought the Kodiak boys their first...

Cascade's Raul Mata watches the ball soar pasts the opposing goalkeeper on its way to the net. Photo credit by Al Stover/ECHO
A month into the season, the Cascade High School boys soccer team finally played on their home turf on April 11. In front of the home town crowd, the Kodiaks swept Omak, 5-0, to remain undefeated in conference play. Arturo Avila scored Cascade’s first goal in the second minute, giving his team...

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