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Waitsburg’s Emily Adams won the girls’ five-kilometer cross country race Saturday at the Pasco Invite, crossing the finish line in 19 minutes, 52.7 seconds.
Pomeroy went back to back here in Pea & Lentil volleyball tournament action. The Pirates defended their title with a perfect 5-0 run to the championship.
Waitsburg failed to make a dent in the Kiona-Benton scoreboard, while the homecoming-inspired Bears pounded the Cardinals.
Walla Walla High’s volleyball team was unable to garner its first victory of the season here Thursday night, falling to Mid-Columbia Conference foe Pasco in three sets.
Prescott senior Luis Garcia netted a hat trick with three self-assisted goals in the first half as the Tigers went on to win, 10-0, in a soccer match Wednesday at Dayton.
Walla Walla High’s volleyball woes continued with a three-set Mid-Columbia Conference loss to Kamiakin here Tuesday night.
Prescott junior Ivan Figueroa netted a hat trick before halftime, leading the Tigers over the Walla Walla Valley Academy, 8-1, Monday at home.
McLoughlin High junior Elsie Griffith turned in a strong performance here Saturday during the annual Connell Invitational cross country meet.
WAITSBURG — Waitsburg hustled, but lost to Tri-Cities Prep in three sets, 25-11, 25-11 and 25-10, in a Southeast 2B League volleyball match here Thursday.
PRESCOTT — Dayton dominated Prescott 25-16, 25-8, 25-13 here Thursday night during a Southeast 2B League volleyball match.
College Place High sophomore harrier Kenneth Rooks, and Waitsburg’s Emily Adams, won their District 1B/2B League cross country races at Big Cross here Wednesday.
The Blue Devils won the first set before dropping the last three, losing the Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball match to Southridge, 28-30, 25-23, 25-13 and 25-17, Tuesday at home.
CLARKSTON, Wash. — Emily Adams and Landon Callas led the way for Waitsburg here Saturday at the Seaport Invitational cross country meet.
Junior goalkeeper Billie Paul made 10 saves for the Blue Devils as they held strong against a relentless attack from first-place Southridge, but the Walla Walla High School girls’ soccer team failed to muster much offense in a 4-0 loss to the Mid-Columbia Conference leaders Saturday at home.
WAITSBURG — Walla Walla Valley Academy remained undefeated on the season with a three-set Southeast 2B League volleyball match Thursday night.
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