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Walla Walla Community College’s 46th annual College Rodeo, Riding Against Child Abuse, comes to the Walla Walla Fairgrounds’ Indoor Arena beginning with a free slack session at noon Friday.
KENNEWICK — Walla Walla’s stay at the Northwest Athletic Conference Championships women’s basketball tournament was short ... and not so sweet.
Freshman Conner Bryant slugged his first collegiate home run and Gibson McGeorge, Hunter Chambers and Jake Leavey stroked three hits each as Walla Walla routed Grays Harbor 17-1 in the second game of community college baseball doubleheader Sunday at Warriors Field.
After losing to Tacoma in the morning, the Warriors bounce back to beat Yakima, 6-2.
WWCC gets bounced from the NWAC Championships in the opening round by Clark on Saturday.
Bobbi Hazeltine is looking for two good halves of basketball in the same game, something her Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team hasn’t delivered recently.
Pierce left-hander Colten Barnes and Walla Walla righty Griffin Davis restored order — and then some — Sunday afternoon at sunny Warriors Field out on Tausick Way.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla split four games here over the weekend in a season-opening Northwest Athletic Conference crossover softball tournament at the Columbia Playfields.
Walla Walla erases a 15-point second-half deficit to claim the East Region championship.
Walla Walla rallies to take a 87-86 lead in the second half, but can’t hold on against Columbia Basin.
Sophomore Satchel Schetzle led WWCC with 24.6 points and six assists per game.
Walla Walla Community College began its 2015 softball season with one win and two losses Saturday during the opening session of the NWAC preseason crossover tournament at Columbia Playfields.
Clayten Ayres pitches Walla Walla to a 12-0 win in game one before Prairie Baseball Academy bounces back in the nightcap.
New WWCC softball coach Shawna Juarez faces a tough preseason after this weekend’s crossover.
Paige Vincent and Kennedy Corrigan are All-NWAC East second-team hoops selections.
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