PHOTO GALLERY - WWCC women win NWAACC championship

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In a very physical game, Walla Walla Community College's Shiann Dreadfulwater (10) looks for a teammate to pass the ball to before falling out-of-bounds over the baseline.

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After a steal, Warrior Shiann Dreadfulwater (10) travels the lane to put-up a layin out of the reach of Yakima Valley Community College's Rosetta Adzasu (21).

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Walla Walla Community College's Morgan VanderEsch (left) and Kati Isham (right) close in on a ball tipped away from Yakima Valley's Rosetta Adzasu (behind Isham) Tuesday during their NWAACC Championships title game.

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Warrior Kayla Hutcheson (34) receives a shove from Yakima Valley Community College's Lacie French (10) as the two jostle for a rebound during the NWAACC championship game Tuesday afternoon.

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Guarded by Yakima Valley Community College's Rosetta Adzasu (21), Walla Walla Community College's Kati Isham (24) looks for an open teammate before traveling with posession of the ball.

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Yakima Valley Community College's Anna Marchbanks (15) and Jocelyn Jones (5) fly around Walla Walla Community College's Kati Isham (24) as she works to move the ball down court during the first-half of their NWAACC championship game Tuesday afternoon at the Toyota Center.

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Walla Walla Community College's Kati Isham (24) leans back in to a shot between the defense of Yakima Valley Community College's Anna Marchbanks (15) and Rosetta Adzasu (21) during the first-half of their championship game Tuesday.

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Walla Walla Community College's Nancy Johnson (33) receives a pass above the reach of Yakima Valley Community College's Kate Urquhart (24) and goes straight to the basket for two-points.

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Warrior fans celebrate the draining of a three-point shot late in the championship game against Yakima Valley.

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The Warriors were too much for the Yakima Valley Yaks both on and off the court during the NWAACC championship game Tuesday afternoon at the Toyota Center.

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Walla Walla Community College head coach Bobbi Hazeltine hugs assistant coach Paula Tucker as the team huddles together on the court before shaking hands with second-place finishers Yakima Valley after the Warriors won the NWAACC championship Tuesday night.

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Encouraged by her teammates, Walla Walla Community College Warrior Kayla Hutcheson (34) is the first to cut down the net after the Warriors 75-72 victory over the Yakima Valley Yaks to claim the NWAACC championship Tuesday afternoon at the Toyota Center.

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The Warriors won the top trophy.

WWCC women defeat the Yakima Valley Yaks 75-72 Tuesday afternoon at the Toyota Center to claim the NWAACC championship.

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