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W-P’s Owen Lanning and DeSales’ Cam Richman still battle on the basketball court, but now are good friends when off it.
Dayton scored 21 first-quarter points to set the tone here at the Waitsburg gym Saturday. The Bulldogs continued to tack onto a 21-6 first-period lead as Dayton finished the regular season Southeast 2B girls basketball league season at 8-2, good for second place, with a 55-23 win.
Waitsburg-Prescott opens a 26-2 lead in the first quarter and doesn’t look back in the win on Tuesday.
Pomeroy wrestlers Clayton King and Havin Heytvelt both posted 2-0 records at the five-team Lind-Ritzville match on Tuesday.
Kaimen Suffia and Owen Lanning combined for 63 points over two games as the Waitsburg-Prescott High School boys basketball team beat Tri-Cities Prep and Asotin during the weekend.
Tri-Cities Prep scored 23 first-period points here Saturday in girls Southeast 2B basketball action. Waitsburg-Prescott never recovered as the Jaguars went on to post a 61-15 win.
Tri Cities Prep scored 23 first-period points here Saturday in girls Southeast 2B basketball action. Waitsburg-Prescott never recovered as the Jaguars went on to post a 61-15 win.
Waitsburg-Prescott wrestler David Just won a pair of matches as W-P traveled to face Davenport High School on Tuesday.
Waitsburg-Prescott sophomore wrestler Dejay Lalka isn’t letting a missing leg slow him down.
Two Pomeroy High School wrestlers placed in the top five of their respective weight classes here Saturday during Northwest Christian High School’s Crusader Wrestling Classic.
The Bulldog boys basketball team dropped a pair of Southeast 2B League games this weekend. Dayton lost 53-36 to visiting Tri-Cities Prep on Saturday and fell, 38-32, on Friday at Waitsburg-Prescott. Zach Waggoner led the Bulldogs with 13 points on Saturday.
McLoughlin opens an early 8-0 lead and cruises to a 33-16 victory on the Waitsburg-Prescott court on Tuesday night.
Chance Leroue’s game-high 20 points leads Waitsburg-Prescott to the non-league boys basketball win Tuesday night in Waitsburg.
Waitsburg-Prescott wrestler Dejay Lalka won the first match of his career here on Monday.
The Waitsburg-Prescott High School girls basketball team lost a pair of games over the weekend — 57-27 to DeSales on Saturday and 58-19 to Tri-Cities Prep on Friday — to drop its overall record to 0-8.
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