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Walla Walla Community College split its first two games of the men’s basketball season over the weekend in the Dietrich Dome.
Freshman Kate Ferenz scored 15 points and Walla Walla defeated Chemeketa 73-59 here Sunday afternoon during the final day of the season-opening Yakima Invitational community college women’s basketball tournament.
Walla Walla Community College suffered an elimination loss here Saturday in 2015 NWAC volleyball championship action.
Emily Hancock posted a double, double here Friday for Walla Walla Community College in opening round action of the women’s tip off classic basketball tournament.
Walla Walla Community College opened up the NWAC Volleyball Championships with a five-set victory over Clark at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center on Thursday.
Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball coach Jeff Reinland likes the quality and quantity of this year’s players.
Jeff Reinland is nervous.
With nine true freshmen, Walla Walla Community College aims for a return to the postseason tournament.
Bobbi Hazeltine has kept her promise.
Six Walla Walla High football players earned all-Mid-Columbia Conference honors following their season.
This is the time of year when snowbirds adjust their compasses, take flight and head south.
Walla Walla Community College’s volleyball team rallied from behind Spokane to beat the on-coming Sasquatch in four sets, 10-25, 25-22, 25-22 and 25-19, in a Northwest Athetlic Conference match, the Warriors’ last of the regular season, Wednesday.
Peninsula’s Trevan Estrellado did his part to bring Walla Walla Community College’s men’s soccer season to an end during Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinal action here Saturday afternoon.
The Warriors advance to the second round of the NWAC playoffs with the win, and travel to Peninsula Saturday.
A year ago today, Walla Walla Community College’s men hosted Whatcom in the first round of the NWAC soccer playoffs.
The WWCC volleyball team drops the opening set, but downs Treasure Valley in the next three to improve to 10-3 in NWAC East play.
Walla Walla bounced back from a first-set loss and took care of business Wednesday night in the Dietrich Dome.
Lauri Malinen, Walla Walla’s freshman standout from Helsinki, Finland, played his final three holes in 4-under-par Sunday at windy Wine Valley Golf Club and surged into a share of first place midway through an NWAC men’s golf tournament.
On a day in which weather conditions improved by the hour Monday at the Wine Valley Golf Club, 43 of 59 men entered in the season’s first NWAC golf tournament scored better than they did during Sunday’s first round of the 36-hole event.
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