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Touchet High School’s Cierra Jo McKeown and Walla Walla’s Mikayla Ferenz were both named to The Associated Press first-team All-State basketball teams for their respective classifications.
The combination of pitcher Megan Robins and the Dayton defense restricted the Touchet High School softball team to just two hits in a 7-1 Bulldog win on Thursday.
After trailing 2-1 through the top of the sixth, the Waitsburg-Prescott baseball team broke through in its half of the sixth.
The Touchet High School softball team smacked 15 hits en route to a 17-8 win over Waitsburg-Prescott on Tuesday.
Jarod Ortiz tossed a three-hitter here Saturday in the nightcap of a Southeast 1B baseball doubleheader.
The Wildcats score 36 runs combined in a doubleheader sweep over the Indians on Saturday.
DeSales’ Maddy Thomas slugs three hits and drives in four runs as the Indians fall to 2-1 this season.
Three local athletes have been selected as the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Athletes of the Week.
The Touchet High School baseball team (2-1) played a non-league game, against a conference opponent in Pomeroy here yesterday, losing 14-6.
The Touchet High School softball team combined for 36 runs on 41 hits in a two-game sweep of Umatilla on Tuesday.
Touchet’s baseball team headed an hour south to some better weather, and picked up its first victories of the season, 3-0 and 11-8, over the Vikings.
Poor shooting resulted in an early exit from the Class 1B Regional tournament for the Touchet girls basketball team on Saturday.
Dayton and DeSales filled the girls all-Southeast 2B League teams released on Monday.
Despite narrowly losing to Colton on Friday, the Touchet High School girls basketball team entered Saturday with confidence.
Despite hitting five 3-pointers in the second half, Touchet basketball player Colter McKeown couldn’t convert his sixth and final attempt, as Liberty Christian handed the Indians’ boys team a 47-44 loss at the 1B district tournament on Friday.
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