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The four-team playoff that will determine this year’s college football national championship is a better format than any previous method of crowning a champion.
The cream almost always rises to the top, and this year is no exception.
All losses are not equal. Sometimes the sting lasts longer and hurts more. That’s the way it is for coach Jeff Bartlow and his Waitsburg-Prescott football players this week as they come to grips with last Friday’s 17-14 loss to undefeated Lind-Ritzville in the Washington Class B-11 state quarterfinals. They’re still suffering.
Last Sunday afternoon wandering around Sherwood Center’s George Ball Court before the Whitman College men’s basketball home opener, I got a text message from Chris Repass, golf professional at Veterans Memorial Golf Course.
Buzz around the first season of the new College Place High School’s athletic schedule picked up recently as people noticed the bleachers installed at the Hawks’ new stadium.
It would be wrong to suggest the Touchet High football team underachieved in 2014.
On a cool and drizzly Sunday morning that surely left the Walla Walla Community College student-athlete golfers salivating for the warmer weather in Scottsdale, Ariz., the WWCC Golf Management Program’s 2014 Scramble was won by a group of more seasoned golfers.
Prep football enters its second season for some teams around the Walla Walla Valley this weekend.
The Walla Walla Valley’s two biggest football programs took divergent paths after Friday’s games.
Under low-hanging clouds and a steady threat for worse weather looming ominously, Joe Mendoza and Mike Dean took down the 2014 Red-White-Blue Best-Ball at Veteran’s Memorial Golf Course on Saturday.