October 9, 2015
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Treasure Valley held off a Walla Walla Community College rally to win the opener of their NWAC East twin bill on the Warriors’ field on Saturday, 10-8, and shutout WWCC 10-0 in the nightcap.
Sophomore Baily Bennett homered in extra innings for Walla Walla Community College to win the first game of a doubleheader Friday, 4-3, before visiting Blue Mountain took the nightcap, 8-5.
YAKIMA — Walla Walla Community College sophomore Clayten Ayres won the Warriors’ first game Saturday by scoring the go-ahead run in the last inning at Yakima for a 7-6 win, and then pitched more than seven innings in the nightcap, which Walla Walla won 8-5.
After mustering just four hits in a game one loss, the Walla Walla Community College baseball team came alive late to salvage a split against Big Bend on Wednesday.
Desperately needing victories in its final three NWAC East twin bills, WWCC’s softball team begins with a sweep of Big Bend on Tuesday.
The WWCC men fall a spot in the final round in Bellevue on Monday.
REDMOND, Wash. — Eagles Talon at Willow Run proved to be a testy track here Sunday during the first round of a Northwest Athletic Conference golf tournament.
Walla Walla remains in second place in the NWAC East Region behind Treasure Valley.
Walla Walla Community College’s softball team dropped a pair of Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region softball games to powerhouse Wenatchee Valley on Saturday.
Walla Walla hitters erupted for 30 hits Wednesday afternoon at Warriors Field and humbled Wenatchee twice by identical 13-3 scores in a Northwest Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader.
The Walla Walla Community College softball team rode the pitching of Baily Bennett and the long ball to a road sweep of Big Bend on Tuesday.
Garrett Neswick leads Walla Walla to a final-round 619 to tie with Bellevue and Skagit Valley.
YAKIMA — Exclude Spokane and the Northwest Athletic Conference men’s golf tournament that concludes here today at Apple Tree is a wide-open affair.
The Walla Walla baseball team remains tied for second in the NWAC East with 6-3 and 6-1 wins.
Walla Walla Community College’s softball team ended a weekend homestand Saturday afternoon with a pair of Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region losses to second-place Wenatchee Valley at Warrior Field.
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