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After a week off for spring break, the DeSales softball team took care of Touchet, 9-5, here on Tuesday.
The Colton High School baseball team took advantage of 12 Touchet errors over two games, as the Wildcats swept a doubleheader, 10-0 and 5-4, on Saturday.
In a tale of two games, Touchet and Colton split a Southeast 1B softball doubleheader here Saturday.
The Touchet baseball team’s extra focus on hitting during practice this week paid off as the Indians downed Umatilla 10-2 on Thursday.
The Tri-Cities Prep baseball team scored 10 unanswered runs, including six in the fifth inning, to down Touchet 15-5 on Tuesday.
It took four games, but Touchet High School’s softball team finally tasted victory here Monday afternoon in the second game of a non-league doubleheader against Asotin.
After the Touchet softball team tied the game at three in the top of the seventh inning, Dayton picked up the deciding run in the bottom of the frame. Mia Becker was hit by a pitch to lead off the bottom of the seventh.
DeSales didn’t show any signs of rust due to the Irish’s extended basketball season here Tuesday afternoon in a season-opening softball game.
Dayton’s Lowden Smith tossed six innings of shutout ball as the Bulldogs beat Touchet, 11-4, on Tuesday.
The Pomeroy boys basketball team had three players named to the District 9 1B All-League teams.
A huge second quarter lifts Colton past the Indians in a district loser-out game.
Touchet’s season comes to an end with the 66-62 District 9 loss in Colfax.
Tekoa-Oakesdale’s Mattie Jo Johnson and Olivia Pakootas — each 6 feet tall — combined for 38 points to lead T-O in a 62-41 victory over Touchet Saturday in the District 9 1B girls basketball playoffs.
ROSALIA — It was too much Craig Nelson and Rosalia free throws for the Touchet boys here Thursday in the first round of the District 9 1B Tournament, as the home team held off the Indians, 54-47.
Touchet’s girls turned up their defense without picking up the fouls that have plagued them all season, and handed St. John-Endicott a 57-39 District 9 1B Tournament defeat here Wednesday night.
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