March 4, 2014
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The Warrior women earn their 14th straight tournament berth after posting a 60-58 win over Spokane on Wednesday.
The WWCC men edge Spokane, 95-92, on Wednesday to remain in contention for the NWAACC tournament.
MeShel Rad went 17-for-18 at the free throw line en route to 23 points to lead Walla Walla Community College to a 53-44 victory over Wenatchee Saturday.
Wentachee’s Aaron Ward scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to lead his team to a 78-73 win over the Walla Walla Community College men.
Three weeks after losing in Yakima, the WWCC women post a 52-47 victory over their NWAACC East rivals.
The Warrior men have a 21-point lead eaten away before pulling out the 98-94 victory over the Yaks.
Dallas Reich and Joel Underdahl scored 12 points apiece for the Walla Walla Community College Warriors but a team shooting percentage of 34 percent wasn’t enough and the Warriors fell 86-62 at Treasure Valley here Saturday.
Walla Walla’s Lainey Corbett etched her name in the record books against Treasure Valley on Saturday. And she did it without scoring a single point.
The Hawks open an 18-point lead in the second half, and have to hold WWCC off to take an 81-77 victory.
Columbia Basin’s offense overcomes a halftime deficit to hand WWCC a 100-89 NWAACC East Region defeat Wednesday.
Big Bend Community College came out red hot in the second half here Saturday afternoon against Walla Walla Community College, shooting 68 percent, 23-of-34, from the field over the last 20 minutes to defeat the Warriors, 94-86.
The Walla Walla Community College women roared to a 12-0 lead and won by a similar margin against Big Bend Saturday, cruising to an 82-71 East Region victory.
Three-point shooting proved to be the difference here Wednesday night as Walla Walla ambushed Spokane 94-86 in an NWAACC Eastern Region men’s basketball game.
The Warrior women’s team slowed down NWAACC leading scorer Riley Holsinger in a 45-37 WWCC win.
Treasure Valley used a 23-6, second-half run to wipe out an eight-point deficit and remain undefeated in the NWAACC Eastern Region men’s basketball standings with an 84-76 victory over Walla Walla Community College Monday night in the Dietrich Dome.
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