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The Waitsburg-Prescott track team excelled at a District 9 1B/2B meet at Martin Field Wednesday afternoon. The W-P boys team won the meet with a score of 199, and W-P girls’ competitor Emily Adams had personal records in all of her four events, while winning three.
College Place High School freshman football coach Kim Cox has officially resigned, officials with the College Place School District will announce Tuesday.
PASCO — A week after clinching the Southeast 2B League’s No. 1 seed into postseason play, DeSales’ girls took their foot off the gas a little bit and dropped their first league game, 45-38, to Tri-Cities Prep Saturday night.
In its first year of competition, the Walla Walla High School bowling team will be sending a competitor to the state tournament.
The Huskies pitched a shutout here in varsity youth football championship action Saturday afternoon at Martin Field.
Walla Walla resident Bonnie Boyd Shannon is being inducted into the Portland Interscholastic League Hall of Fame today after her swimming accomplishments at Cleveland High from 1954-57.
The USA Explosion (formerly Dave’s Food Mart) 14-and-under “A” softball team is having open tryouts from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday at Sunridge Middle School.
Friday's prep football scores
Heartbreak for the Blue Devils. Hope for the Pioneers. A return to offense for the Irish.
Some Walla Walla Valley football teams had questions answered after the opening week of play.