May 28, 2015
May 24, 2015
May 28, 2015
Richland took over first place in the Mid-Columbia Conference boys golf standings here Wednesday at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course.
Ryan Kimball pitches a complete-game, 10-0 shutout for the Blue Devils’ opening win, but Kamiakin rallies for a 5-3 win in the nightcap
Walla Walla High School and Kamiakin split a pair of one-run games in Mid-Columbia Conference softball action on Tuesday.
In its first Mid-Columbia Conference match away from Walla Walla, the Wa-Hi boys team handled Southridge, 6-1, on Tuesday.
YAKIMA — Wa-Hi’s Mitch Jacobson cleared 6 feet, 8 inches in the high jump here Saturday at the Davis Invitational to tie a school record.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High’s boys and girls tennis teams headed to the Tri-City Invite at multiple high schools on Friday and Saturday, with Cole Woelfle and Colton Norsworthy picking up first-place finishes.
Martin Berrera’s goal in the final minutes send the Wa-Hi boys soccer team past Kennewick, 2-1.
The Blue Devils combine for 30 runs on 27 hits in 13-0 and 17-1 wins over the Lions on Friday.
The Wa-Hi baseball team hands Hanford its first loss of the year in an MCC twin bill.
Walla Walla High senior Keziah Doyle has been selected as a Washington Interscholastic Actitivites Association (WIAA) Athlete of the Week for her softball play.
Walla Walla High pulled out a 3-2 victory over Kennewick in the opener of a Mid-Columbia Conference twin bill at Murr Field Tuesday afternoon. The Blue Devils then jumped out to a 5-1 lead after three innings in the nightcap, but the defending MCC champion Lions rallied to take a 10-6 win.
The Pendleton boys and girls track and field teams win the Carnival of Speed for the second straight year.
Starter Ryan Kimball pitches Wa-Hi past Pendleton on Friday before the Blue Devils down the Bucks in extra innings on Saturday.
The Blue Devils rally from an 8-2 deficit in game two to complete the sweep.
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.
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