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GALLERY: Weekend in sports

| August 9, 2022 1:00 AM

The Columbia Basin and Washington colleges were home to several sporting events over the weekend, including the 2022 16-18U Babe Ruth World Series, a BMX race that raised funds to fight cancer and Eastern Washington University football started their training camp to get ready for the upcoming season.

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KUBA Kings pitcher Dante Claudio goes through his pitching motion against the Riverdogs on August 6, 2022.

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Moses Lake BMX hosted its Race for Life event on Friday, bringing in riders from across the Pacific Northwest.

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The Race for Life raised over $4,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, surpassing their goal of $1,500.

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There were races for all ages on Saturday night, as seen by this young rider competing in the strider race.

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The Moses Lake Race for Life was part of a 600-point weekend in collaboration with tracks in Spokane and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

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Eastern Washington held its first full team practice of the season on Saturday, with incoming freshmen practicing with their new teammates.

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EWU quarterbacks Gunner Talkington (left) and Kekoa Visperas (right) take turns in drills.

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Freshman receiver Miles Williams stretches out for a catch while running a go route.

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Northwest Bakersfield’s Noah Brum waits in the batter’s box for a pitch against Farmers Baseball.

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Northwest Bakersfield outfielder Andres Rivera lays out for a ball going into foul territory.

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