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KENNEWICK — Ellie Rassbach homered twice Tuesday to lead Walla Walla High School to a pair of dominating Mid-Columbia Conference softball wins over Southridge, 16-1 and 23-6.
Wa-Hi takes an opening 9-3 win over Southridge before the Suns get back on the winning track, 5-1.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School used a five-run fifth inning to hand Mid-Columbia Conference baseball co-leader Southridge its first league loss here Tuesday in the opener of the twin bill, 9-3.
PASCO — Jessica Huntsman carded an 83 Monday to lead the Walla Walla High School girls golf team to a sixth-place finish in rain, sleet and hail at a Mid-Columbia Conference POD match at the par-72 Sun Willows Golf Course.
PASCO — Nick Atwood’s 72 led the Walla Walla High School boys golfers to a third-place finish at the third Mid-Columbia Conference POD match of the season at a stormy Sun Willows Golf Course here Monday.
KENNEWICK — Doug Rowley at No. 4 singles and Nick Fuller and Andrew Bateman at first doubles led Wa-Hi’s effort here Saturday at the two-day Tri-Cities Invitational tennis tournament.
ASCO — The Walla Walla High School track team’s 4X100 boys relay team took second (43.09 seconds) to lead the Blue Devils at the Pasco Invitational at Edgar Brown Stadium here Saturday against more than 90 teams and 1,000 athletes.
WALLA WALLA — Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde each made appearances Friday at Murr Sports Complex.
RICHLAND — Wa-Hi’s boys soccer team could not hold a two-goal, 3-1 second-half lead during Mid-Columbia Conference action here Saturday.
KENNEWICK — The Walla Walla High School softball team hit six home runs and split a Mid-Columbia Conference doubleheader against Kamiakin Friday, losing 9-8 and winning 17-16 in a pair of nine-inning games.
KENNEWICK — Wa-Hi’s boys had little trouble dispatching Southridge, 7-0, in Mid-Columbia Conference tennis play here Thursday.
KENNEWICK — Wa-Hi’s girls tennis team dropped a Mid-Columbia Conference match to Southridge here Thursday, 5-2.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High School’s girls golfers came off spring break by taking five strokes off their first Pod match card to finish fifth at the Mid-Columbia Conference POD 2 at Horn Rapids here Tuesday.
RICHLAND — Horn Rapids was playing extremely long here Tuesday, and Mid-Columbia Conference golfers paid the price during the league’s second boys POD match.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi’s Ricardo Saldana got the Blue Devils on the board in the 58th minute.
The Falcons record 29 hits in winning a pair of Mid-Columbia Conference games over the Blue Devils, 11-5 and 10-3, on Tuesday.
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