Posts Tagged ‘Local Sports’

AppleSox Ready For 20th Season With New Pitching Coach, New and Returning Players

Although it’s the off-season for baseball, the folks at Wenatchee AppleSox are hard at work getting ready for their 20th season. KOHO’s Dan Langager caught up with Assistant Coach Cash Ulrich about finalizing the roster, new and returning players, the coaching team and more. Ulrich said they’re excited for the 20th anniversary season and new…

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KOHO Sports Friday – High School Preview, Wild Playoffs, Skyhawks Home Opener

Wenatchee World Sports Editor Ian Dunn joins KOHO’s Dan Langager for our weekly look at local sports. The Wenatchee Wild start the Conference Finals tomorrow at Town Toyota Center against Vernon Vipers, round three of the British Columbia Hockey League playoffs. The Wild are the defending 2018 BCHL Champions. Also at Town Toyota Center, the Wenatchee…

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2018 Tourism Report: Sporting Events Brought $10 Million Boost To Local Economy

The 2018 Annual Tourism Report is out from the Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce. It breaks down how sports events, outdoor recreation and more impact the local economy, with big events alone bringing in $10 million to the Valley last year. Tourism remains the fourth-largest industry in the Wenatchee Valley, said Jerri Barkley, the Chamber’s…

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KOHO Friday Sports Preview with Ian Dunn – Basketball Regional Playoffs

Wenatchee World Sports Editor Ian Dunn joins KOHO’s Dan Langager for our weekly look at local sports. The Wenatchee Panther Boys face Mt. Rainier in regional playoffs tomorrow. They’re playing in Ellensburg starting at 3:50 p.m. Join Steve Sandman and Mark Miller for all the action on KOHO 101 FM and KOHO101.com.

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KOHO Friday Sports Preview with Ian Dunn – Basketball, Wrestling, Playoffs

Wenatchee World Sports Editor Ian Dunn joins KOHO’s Dan Langager for our weekly look at local sports. The Wenatchee Panthers host Moses Lake today. Due to the current weather and the forecast for worse weather, changes have been made to the basketball schedule for tonight, said WHS Athletics: 4 p.m. – Varsity Girls in the main…

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