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Wa-Hi quarterback Trever Coronado has incorporated the passing game into his repertoire, adding to his running abilities, under the tutelage of Blue Devil coaches Eric Hisaw and Pat Graham.
Matt Thompson has been helping to organize this weekend’s reunion of the 1994 Wa-Hi football team from afar.
Members of Wa-Hi’s 1994 football team, the only team in school history to reach the state championship finals, will gather in Walla Walla this weekend to reminisce and honor coach Gary Mires 20 years after their memorable trip to the Kingbowl in Seattle.
After taking a 2-1 set lead over Kennewick, the Wa-Hi volleyball team couldn’t clinch the final set, as the Lions rallied for a five-set win on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla High School girl’s swim team wrapped its dual meet schedule with a narrow loss to Hanford on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla High School girl’s soccer team fell to MCC leader Southridge, 2-0, on the Wa-Hi pitch on Tuesday.
KENNEWICK — Walla Walla High’s girls soccer team dropped a Mid-Columbia Conference match to Kennewick here on Saturday, 1-0, in a shootout.
The Walla Walla High School swim team took fourth out of the six-team Tri-City Championships on Saturday.
Wa-Hi emerges from halftime and scores 14 unanswered points to stay unbeaten in MCC play.
The Blue Devils win the first two sets, but Chiawana rallies to take the next three in Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball play.
Wa-Hi looks to stay unbeaten in MCC play by shutting down Southridge’s runners tonight at Lampson Stadium.
If you’re going to watch any prep football action in person tonight, you’re going to have to do a little driving.
Wa-Hi’s girls battle Hanford into two overtimes before the Falcons steal the 1-0 victory on Tuesday.
Wa-Hi savored its second Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball victory here Tuesday night after overtaking Hanford 18-25, 25-23, 22-25, 25-14, 15-9 in a five-set thriller.
Despite a pair of first-place finishes from both Hally Ruff and Paige Gardner, the Walla Walla High School girls swim team fell to Kamiakin, 108-75, on Tuesday.
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