March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
The Pomeroy girls basketball team handled Waitsburg-Prescott, 61-20, here on Saturday. Ireland Mayfield did a bit of everything for the Pirates, as she scored seven points, dished out ten assists and had eight steals.
The young Blue Devil wrestling team opens the season with the Bob Mars Invite in Kennewick on Saturday.
Pomeroy’s boys jumped out to a 12-4 lead after the first quarter, extended it to 28-12 at halftime and cruised to a season-opening 57-34 non-league basketball victory over visiting Dayton Tuesday night.
The Pomeroy girl’s basketball team forced 31 Dayton turnovers en route to a 50-26 win on Tuesday.
Touchet had seven football players named to the All-Southeast 1B-8 team, with Pomeroy adding one.
Pomeroy ended its 2013 volleyball season in exciting fashion here Saturday night with a third-place finish in the Class 1B state championships in the SunDome.
Pomeroy ended its 2013 volleyball season in exciting fashion here Saturday night with a
The Pomeroy volleyball team clinched the Southeast 2B district title with a five-set win against Tekoa-Oakesdale here Saturday.
Colton scores 28 second-half points as the Wildcats down Pomeroy 58-40.
Pomeroy’s volleyball team continued to roll through its season, this time in the Southeast 1B District tournament semifinal against Colton, 25-17, 25-15, 28-26, at Clarkston High School Wednesday night.
The Pomeroy volleyball team prepared for the Southeast 2B conference playoffs with a smooth three-set win against Rosalia Tuesday.
Pomeroy jumped out to a two-touchdown lead, but Liberty Christian used a big second half to get past the Pirates, 42-28, here Friday night.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys cross country team finished third at the District 9 League Meet No. 4 at Big Cross Wednesday.
The Pomeroy volleyball team cruised to a straight-set win against Garfield-Palouse here on Tuesday, 25-15, 25-15, 25-23.
Pomeroy pulls to within 8, 38-30, with two TDs in the third quarter, but can’t complete the rally past Garfield-Palouse.
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