March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
Bobbi Hazeltine knows what it takes to win an NWAACC Championship — first hand and vicariously.
The Walla Walla Community College baseball team found two different ways to beat Olympic College here Saturday afternoon.
The Mount Hood Community College softball team rattled the bats here Saturday afternoon to the tune off eight home runs and 27 runs in a doubleheader against Walla Walla.
The annual ‘Ride Against Child Abuse’ runs Friday through Sunday.
WWCC loses to Clark, 64-56, in the NWAACC Championships despite a team-high 18 points from freshman Karli McHone.
KENNEWICK — It was a matchup from hell. Umpqua’s guards were too quick, their wide bodies too wide for Walla Walla’s man-to-man defense. And when the Warriors went zone, the Raiders rained 3s.
Coach Bobbi Hazeltine couldn’t find a thing to complain about here Saturday afternoon in the moments after her Walla Walla women’s basketball team dominated Treasure Valley 70-46 in the first round of the NWAACC Championships in the Toyota Center.
The WWCC women open the NWAACC Championships against Skagit Valley at noon on Saturday.
The Warrior baseball team led the NWAACC in home runs and were near the top in other offensive statistics last season.
New WWCC softball coach Mike Michaud is having fun learning a new game, as well as getting to know his new Warrior players.
There were times at practice during the recently completed basketball season when veteran Walla Walla coach Jeff Reinland must have felt like pulling out what’s left of his thinning hair.
Bobbi Hazeltine and her Walla Walla Warriors will head into next week’s NWAACC Championships in Kennewick with a full head of steam after handing Columbia Basin its first league loss of the season.
Sophomore Dallas Reich scored a career-high 27 points Saturday afternoon in the Dietrich Dome, but it wasn’t enough to offset another Walla Walla defensive meltdown.
Forward Jessica Siler scores 22 of her game-high 26 points in the second half, as WWCC overcomes a one-point halftime deficit.
The Warrior men’s team loses to Blue Mountain, 89-80, effectively ending their chance of postseason play.
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