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VANCOUVER, Wash. — Dreadful weather conditions elevated most scores here Wednesday at Club Green Meadows during the second round of the girls Washington Class 4A state golf tournament.
Blue Devil Dean Atkinson’s 83 is not enough to keep playing.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School’s boys basketball team is once again be offering its summer Blue Devil Basketball Camps at Wa-Hi.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School boys golfers Dean Atkinson and Nick Atwood, and girls golfer Jessica Huntsman, all were named to the all-Mid-Columbia Conference second team following the regular season.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School is holding the Blue Devil Athletic Development camp again this summer
SPOKANE — Wa-Hi’s girls finished third and its boys fifth during Class 4A regional track and field action that ended here Saturday at Spokane Falls Community College.
RICHLAND — The Walla Walla High School double tandem of Allison Mehn and Rachel Schueller battled their way to a spot in the state 4A doubles tennis tournament in action here Saturday.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High School saw its softball season come to an end one win away
Ellie Rassbach’s job in the circle is backed by seven Blue Devil runs in the seventh inning for the 7-0 win over Mac-Hi.
Wa-Hi sends a huge contingent to Spokane today and Saturday to compete for spots in the state meet.
Dean Atkinson ties for second at the district golf tournament to lead the Blue Devils to the team mark.
PASCO — Jessica Huntsman played bogey golf Tuesday at the final round of the girls District 5 golf tournament and, although she wasn’t entirely happy with her 12-over 84, it was good enough to get her to state.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High School senior golfers Nick Atwood and Dean Atkinson were neck-and-neck this season in the aggregate scoring, with Atkinson finishing the season in fourth place in individual scoring and Atwood fifth.
Wa-Hi’s Jessica Huntsman cards an 84 to finish in fourth place after the first round of districts.
PASCO — Wa-Hi’s girls brought home the Mid-Columbia Conference District tennis championship after a hot tournament concluded here Saturday, behind a couple of district-title performances.
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