March 28, 2015
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March 28, 2015
Former Walla Walla High School coach, teacher and administrator Bill Bieloh recently received the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Gareth Giles’ Memorial Recognition Award for his dedication and service to the state organization.
The Blue Devil girls roll past Chiawana, 61-40, to claim their first district title since 1984 on Saturday.
The Riverhawks open a 25-18 lead after the first and hold off Wa-Hi’s late rally for a 62-54 win on Friday.
University of Washington cross country runner and Walla Walla High School graduate Aaron Nelson broke a UW record at the Husky Classic on Friday. It had been nearly three months since Aaron Nelson last suited up for a race. His previous run came in the NCAA Cross Country Championships, finishing 21st overall to earn his second All-America honors.
Walla Walla High athletes earned all-Mid-Columbia Conference honors following the regular seasons of winter sports.
With its season on the line, the Walla Walla High School boys basketball team put together two of the biggest plays of the season in the final minute of regulation against Pasco on Tuesday.
Walla Walla High School’s Miranda Doyle earned a trip to the girls state bowling championships here at Narrows Plaza Bowl in Wa-Hi’s first year as a team.
Walla Walla High School couldn’t quite climb the mountain here at Kamiakin High School Friday in Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball action.
Walla Walla High School qualified two wrestlers for the regional tournament next week in Wenatchee at the district tournament at Chiawana High School on Saturday.
No let down here. Walla Walla High School, after clinching first place in Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball action with a win Tuesday over Southridge, took care of business here Friday at Kamiakin.
Walla Walla High School swimmer Tyler Jones continued his impressive senior season by winning Mid-Columbia Conference swimmer of the year at the 4A District Championships on Saturday.
All 18 of Walla Walla High School’s swimmers advanced to the district finals after a strong showing at the boys prelims on Thursday.
If Jason Postlewait has one regret about the inaugural season of the Walla Walla High girls bowling team, it’s not having a video of the first practice.
Wa-Hi’s Dylan Steele has a game-high 23 points in the Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Southridge.
The Blue Devils manhandle Southridge, 48-29, Tuesday night to remain undefeated in the Mid-Columbia Conference.
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