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After losing two games to Richland in the regular season, the Blue Devils bounce back in the district championship on Saturday.
Sophomore Alex Iben won an thrilling 1600-meter race Friday in Pasco, edging Jonah Sandoval of Richland by an eyelash in one of several highlights for Wa-Hi at the Mid-Columbia Conference track and field Championships.
Construction on the new track at Walla Walla High School begins this summer.
Sports physicals will be available for all Walla Walla Valley student-athletes in grades 6-11 for $10 from 3:30-7 p.m. in the Walla Walla High gymnasium on May 29.
Walla Walla High’s girls golfers wound up finishing fourth in the Mid-Columbia Conference with a fifth-place finish at the final pod match of the season at Tri-City Country Club, with a team score of 396.
If Curt Hisaw has a bumper sticker on his 1994 one-ton Dodge pickup, it most likely reads Gone Fishing. Or, perhaps even more appropriate these days, I’d Rather Be Fly Fishing. “I am almost obsessed with fly fishing,” says the 69-year-old Spokane native. “It’s almost spiritual to be standing out in that stream. I love it so much.” But Curt’s angling avocation took a sharp detour from the Spokane Valley’s lakes and streams earlier this spring when his eldest son, Walla Walla High’s Eric Hisaw, put an arm around his father’s shoulder and asked for a favor.
Visiting Southridge scored one run in the first inning during both ends of a Mid-Columbia Conference softball doubleheader with Walla Walla High School Friday afternoon at Murr Sports Park.
District 4A champions. Walla Walla High School broke open a scoreless tie with a three-run third and went on to defeat Richland, 7-1, to earn the 4A District baseball title at Murr Field on Saturday.
Walla Walla High’s boys golf team garnered all-Mid-Columbia Conference honors following their championship season.
Wa-Hi’s track team finishes undefeated in the MCC with wins over Richland and Kennewick.
The Bulldogs take three singles points en route to a 4-3 MCC victory on Thursday.
The Walla Walla High School boys tennis team bounced back with a 6-1 win over Pasco on Thursday.
Wa-Hi wins the final Mid-Columbia Conference pod match at Sun Willows to win the championship on Wednesday.
The Walla Walla High School girls golf team finished fourth at the fifth Mid-Columbia Conference pod match of the season at Sun Willows on Wednesday.
Wa-Hi kept its boys soccer season alive here Tuesday with a harrowing 1-0 shootout victory in the first round of the Mid-Columbia Conference’s district tournament.
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