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The Walla Walla High School girls tennis team continued its dominance in doubles play, but couldn’t pick up a singles point, as Kennewick downed Wa-Hi, 4-3, on Thursday.
Tyler Morrison leads the Wa-Hi boys golf team with a 3-over 75, which places him in a tie for fifth.
The Blue Devil girls golf team fires a 366, which is their best score of the season.
Wa-Hi’s boys soccer team scores two second-half goals to hand Richland a district defeat and advance to play Chiawana on Thursday.
Walla Walla High School’s boys tennis team entered Tuesday’s match with Chiawana tied for second place in the Mid-Columbia Conference standings with the Riverhawks.
Walla Walla High School tennis players Danielle Thongdy and Kennlyn Willard picked up their first wins of the year as the Blue Devils beat Chiawana, 5-2, on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla High School soccer team lost, 2-1, in the last minute of sudden death overtime to Chiawana here Saturday.
Walla Walla High School closed out its regular season by scoring 22 runs and pounding out 27 hits here Friday in Mid Columbia Conference baseball action.
Both of Walla Walla High School’s starting pitchers, Ellie Rassbach and Brandi Schoessler, retired the first nine batters they faced to set the tone of a softball doubleheader against Pasco here Friday at Murr Field.
The Blue Devil girls doubles tennis teams all down Pasco, but they can’t win a singles match in a 4-3 loss, while the Wa-Hi boys enjoy a 7-0 victory.
The Blue Devil girls pick up victories in the shot put, javelin and discus, while Thomas Ashley and Andrew Granchuckoff lead the boys in Kennewick.
The Walla Walla High School boys golf team finished fifth at a Mid-Columbia Conference pod at Canyon Lakes Golf Course on Wednesday.
The McLoughlin High School softball team plated three runs in the top of the sixth inning to nab a 3-1 win over Walla Walla High on Wednesday.
Wa-Hi’s seventh-inning run lifts the Blue Devils to an opening 3-2 win, and they complete the sweep, 3-1, Tuesday.
The Kamiakin boys soccer team had nothing to lose, and it showed against Walla Walla on Tuesday.
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