April 24, 2015
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Treasure Valley outclassed Walla Walla for the second time in 11 days Saturday night in the Dietrich Dome, drubbing the Warriors 81-63 in a Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball game.
Columbia Basin Community College and Walla Walla Community College lit up the CBC gym here Saturday in Northwest Athletic Conference East Region men’s basketball action. The two teams combined for 71 field goals on 149 attempts (48 percent) and 194 points. The Warriors outlasted the Hawks and ended a two-game losing streak with a 102-92 win.
Guard Karli McHone scored 19 of her game-high 26 points in the first half here Saturday afternoon as the Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team moved into a first-place tie with Columbia Basin atop the Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region standings with a 77-68 victory over the Hawks.
Post player Haley Hutchinson finishes with 26 points and 16 rebounds as Walla Walla improves to 14-4 overall this year.
The Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team dropped its third consecutive road game, 81-52, to Treasure Valley on Tuesday.
MOSES LAKE — The usual reliable 3-point shooting deserted Walla Walla Community College here Saturday in Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball action.
Walla Walla Community College surged back from a seven-point halftime deficit here Saturday in Northwest Athletic Conference East Region women’s basketball action. The Warriors took a one-point lead over Big Bend only to see the Vikings respond in a big way. The Vikings roared back to a 73-58 win. The loss drops WWCC to 4-1 in East play.
In a matchup between two of the Northwest Athletic Conference’s top three scoring teams, it was the Walla Walla defense that swung the game.
Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball team didn’t play the way coach Bobbi Hazeltine would like at the Dietrich Dome Wednesday night.
The seventh-ranked Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball team remained in a first-place tie with Columbia Basin atop the NWAC Eastern Region standings after recording a 77-61 victory over No. 4 Wenatchee Valley here Saturday afternoon.
The Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team erased a 10-point halftime deficit here Saturday night, but came up on the short end of a 70-66 score against NWAC Eastern Region foe Wenatchee.
Satchel Schetzle’s 75-foot bomb to end the first half sets the tone as WWCC hits 20 treys in the 100-70 win over Yakima Valley.
The Warriors contain Yaks leading scorer AJ Yarlott and remain unbeaten in NWAC East play with the 69-52 win on Wednesday.
Sophomore shooting guard Karli McHone was held scoreless in the first half Saturday night in the Dietrich Dome and finished with just one field goal in seven attempts.
When one team is sinking 3-pointers and the other is missing 2s, the difference on the scoreboard changes quickly. That’s how it played out Saturday afternoon in the Dietrich Dome as Walla Walla put on another display of deadly long-range shooting as the Warriors opened the Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball season with a 100-79 victory over Blue Mountain.
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