Red Devils coach Tony McCaulley has a good scouting report on Touchet as they face off Friday.
Ending a drought of 15 years, Washington junior Aaron Nelson completed one of the best seasons ever by a Husky men’s distance runner Saturday, powering over the sloppy, muddy 10,000-meters of muck at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course for a 20th-place finish in the NCAA Division I cross country championships.
La Sonjia Jack had a small gathering at her Bellevue home Saturday night to watch her son play for UCLA against Arizona. As is her custom, LaSonjia watched the television intently when the Bruins were on defense, since Myles is a starting linebacker as a true freshman.
Wa-Hi’s Nathan Brewer and Daniel Enger both take top honors at the National Air Rifle match.
Kickoff times for District 7-9 crossover football games Friday night have been changed from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Wa-Hi grad and Washington junior Aaron Nelson led the Huskies men to a fifth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships here Saturday.
DeSales grad and Saint Martin’s freshman golfer Ryan Baumgart earned Red Lion Golfer of the Week honors after his sixth-place finish at the Dennis Rose Invitational in Hawaii.
The Walla Walla High School JROTC program is hosting the United States Army National Air Rifle Championship local qualifying match from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Wa-Hi shooting range.
With the volleyball season coming to a close, some local squads are beginning postseason play in the coming days.
The sunfish was caught within view of the Seattle skyline and took four men to pull aboard a boat.
DeSales graduate and Saint Martin’s University men’s golfer Ryan Baumgart led the Saints to a fifth-place finish at the Dennis Rose Invite here Tuesday.
The Whitman Basketball Fall Shootout is slated Nov. 9-10 at Sherwood Center for girls in grades 5-8. Registration deadline is Friday.
As Jack Bishop prepared for his retirement as Central Washington University’s athletic director last May, he wrote a letter to all the Wildcats’ coaches thanking them for their hard work. He was heard by a department member to wonder aloud if there would be room in football coach Blaine Bennett’s personnel file for his document.
Walla Walla High grad and current Washington Husky junior Aaron Nelson won the 8,000-meter Bill Dellinger Invitational at the Springfield Country Club here Saturday.
The Blue Devils enjoy an exhibition at Serier Pool as a chance to test some new events and relay teams.
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