WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Community College baseball and softball teams will hold their second annual Old-Timer Alumni games Saturday at WWCC’s Tausick Way fields.
The Warriors’ varsity softball team will play two games against former WWCC players beginning at noon. Those games will be followed by WWCC’s varsity baseball team taking on a squad of former Warriors at approximately 6:30 p.m.
The event is free of charge and open to the public.
Blue Mountain Thunderbolts lose twice, tie once
WENATCHEE — The Walla Walla U-14 Blue Mountain Thunderbolts suffered two losses and played a third game to a tie here over the weekend in the Apple Cup girls soccer tournament.
The Thunderbolts were defeated by the Rivers Charge 4-0 and by the Missoula, Mont., Strikers, 5-0. They played the Sandpoint, Idaho, Strikers to a 2-2 tie.
The weekend results left the Blue Mountain Soccer Club select team with a 3-4-1 season record.
Earlier in the year, the Thunderbolts defeated the Spokane Valley Cyclonze 6-0, the 3 Rivers Orphans 4-1 and the Spokane Valley Tsunami 2-0. The team’s earlier losses came at the hands of the 3 Rivers Fury 2-1 and the Spokane Sabres 4-3.
Members of the team are Hannah Moeller, Jaiden Hodnefield, Hannah Van Donge, Allie Schrouf, Madelyn Aichele, Mary Crowley, Ashlyn Lyons, Veronica Garcia, Callie Morris, Catherine Feistner, Becca Woody, Lea Davidson, Katia Bocanegra, Piper Titus and Kiana Molitor. The team is coached by Greg Moeller and Chad Van Donge.
Walla Walla Fly Fishers to meet tonight at China Buffet
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Fly Fishers will meet tonight at the China Buffet located at 1618 Plaza Way Walla Walla.
There will be a Dutch Treat Dinner at 6 p.m. with club business meeting at 7 p.m. in the banquet room.
The guest speaker will be retired fish biologist John McKern. He will share information about the "State of Salmon and Steelehead in the Columbia and Snake River Drainages.
The meeting is open to the interested (and wannabe) fly fishing public.
3 surgeries ahead for Mariners’ Rob Johnson
SEATTLE — The Mariners say catcher Rob Johnson has a series of offseason surgeries ahead.
He’s scheduled to have surgery Friday on his left hip at Vail, Colo., and have the same procedure three weeks later on his right hip.
Following three or four weeks of rehab he’ll have surgery in Seattle on his left wrist.
The Mariners expect the 27-year-old Johnson will be recovered for spring training.
Compiled by Union-Bulletin staff and from wire services.