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Walla Walla Community College’s bats showed up in the nightcap of a nonleague doubleheader sweep of Blue Mountain Community College.
Shortstop Paige Pontarolo hits three singles to help WWCC clinch an 11-3 win in game one on Sunday.
WALLA WALLA — Clayten Ayres slugged three doubles and a single, drove in a pair of runs and scored four times to spark Walla Walla to a 10-5 victory over Grays Harbor in the first game of an NWAACC baseball doubleheader Sunday at Warriors Field.
Green River’s pitching struggled in a doubleheader against Walla Walla Community College Saturday, and the Warriors took advantage in a pair of lopsided NWAACC baseball wins, 18-7 and 12-3.
WALLA WALLA — College cowboys and cowgirls wound up the weekend of rodeo action at the Walla Walla Fairgrounds with the final go of the WWCC Rodeo Sunday afternoon.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla bounced back from its first defeat of the season to hammer unbeaten Tacoma 9-1 Sunday in the second game of an NWAACC baseball doubleheader at Warriors Field.
WALLA WALLA — Clackamas swept Walla Walla 11-10 and 12-3 Sunday in an NWAACC softball doubleheader at Warriors Field on Tausick Way.
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.
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