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Twenty-six teams invade Shockman Field on Friday for the annual track and field extravaganza.
After trailing 2-1 through the top of the sixth, the Waitsburg-Prescott baseball team broke through in its half of the sixth.
W-P finishes with 17 hits in game one, before Pomeroy gets a walkoff win in the nightcap.
The Pomeroy High School softball team held off Waitsburg-Prescott, 13-12, on Friday.
W-P’s Owen Lanning and Travis Crocket combine for six individual wins in Wednesday’s meet.
Waitsburg-Prescott scored all of its runs in the first three innings here Thursday and defeated Mac-Hi 7-2 in a non-league prep baseball game.
Waitsburg-Prescott won a 12-5 decision over Liberty Christian here on Thursday.
The McLoughlin High School boys and girls teams both took fifth at Pendleton High’s Buck Track Classic on Thursday.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s Owen Lanning and DeSales’ Cam Richman led the 2B all-state team past the 1B squad, 111-108, at the WIBCA boys basketball all-state game on Saturday at Eastside Catholic High School.
Pomeroy High School wrestler Havin Heytvelt placed fourth in the 160-pound class at Mat Classic XXVII at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday.
Walla Walla Valley Academy landed three players on the boys Southeast 2B all-league first team.
SPOKANE — Despite trimming the Northwest Christian lead to two points in the fourth quarter, the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys came up short at the District 7/9 sub-regional tournament on Monday at West Valley High.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s Tristan Newman claimed second in the 285-pound weight class here Saturday during the Class 1B/2B East Regional wrestling tournament.
The WWVA boys win their third straight District 9 title, and Waitsburg-Prescott advances by downing the Panthers on Monday.
The Walla Walla Valley Academy boys basketball team beats Asotin, while W-P falls to Tri-Cities Prep in OT.
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