To say the least it's been an interesting year for the Wenatchee Wild. An ownership change and basically a new roster, was followed by an unusual schedule set by the North American Soccer League. To the point, the Wild have been on the road a lot more than at home. But that is about to change soon, for the better. Following this weekends games in New York (yes, New York!) against Johnstown, the team will be home for 9 straight contests to conclude the regular season. Four teams in the Midwest Division make the playoffs, and Wenatchee is currently sitting 4th, barely ahead of Kenai River. The Brown Bears though, are on the other end of the scheduling spectrum. With 13 games remaining, they have 11 on the road, as their season was front-loaded with home games. Next week, the two teams meet for three games at Town Toyota Center (Thursday, Saturday & Sunday). A dominating performance (3 game sweep?) by either team could be the deciding factor when the regular season closes out March 29.Matt Kearny - Wenatchee Valley Sports

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