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Whitman women roll over Multnomah, 83-39

A 30-point first quarter allowed Whitman College to jump on host Multnomah University here Tuesday night as the Whits tamed the Lions 83-39 in a non-conference women’s basketball game on Jim Skagen Court.

Waitsburg’s Deal named Scholar Athlete at Lewis-Clark State

Former Waitsburg prep runner Seth Deal earned recognition for his collegiate academic prowess last week, a day before helping the Lewis-Clark State cross country team place sixth at the national championships Nov. 21 in Charlotte.

Wolves suffer 110-26 loss at Lewis-Clark

A short-handed Walla Walla University women’s basketball team lost at Lewis-Clark State College, 110-26, Saturday.

Warriors split first two games

Walla Walla Community College split its first two games of the men’s basketball season over the weekend in the Dietrich Dome.

Warriors win two at Yakima Invite

Freshman Kate Ferenz scored 15 points and Walla Walla defeated Chemeketa 73-59 here Sunday afternoon during the final day of the season-opening Yakima Invitational community college women’s basketball tournament.

Sweets add two more from Cal State-Monterey Bay

After the Walla Walla Sweets welcomed back Cal State Monterey Bay Otter Myles Hager for the 2016 season, they announced the addition of two more players from CSMB on Thursday, bringing Nick Vigo and Hayden Duer into Walla Walla for the summer.

Touchet falls in quarterfinal, 30-22

Almira-Coulee-Hartline’s Dallas Isaak jukes and fakes his way to 152 yard rushing and three touchdowns.

Dallas Isaak might not compare favorable to Liberty Christian’s John Lesser, but he did a pretty good imitation here late Saturday afternoon at Lions Field.

Missionaries dominate Yotes in 79-49 win

Maegen Martin scored 15 points and teammates Hailey Ann Maeda and Alysse Ketner added 14 apiece Saturday afternoon as Whitman recorded a 79-47 victory over the College of Idaho in a women’s collegiate basketball game on George Ball Court at Sherwood Center.

Whitman keeps the ball rolling

For the second time in as many games, the Whitman men’s basketball team delivered a 100-plus point beatdown to a visiting NCAA Division III opponent from the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference on Saturday night on George Ball Court at Sherwood Center.

Warriors drop rematch with Clark

Walla Walla Community College suffered an elimination loss here Saturday in 2015 NWAC volleyball championship action.

Warriors split first two games

Emily Hancock posted a double, double here Friday for Walla Walla Community College in opening round action of the women’s tip off classic basketball tournament.

Touchet ready for state quarterfinal

Indians coach Gary Dorman prepares his defense for Almira-Coulee-Hartline, Saturday at Lions Field in Moses Lake.

Gary Dorman isn’t about to use the same defensive game plan against Almira-Coulee-Hartline’s Dallas Isaak that he did against Liberty Christian’s John Lesser, even though he sees similarities between the two quarterbacks.

Warriors rally to beat Clark at NWAC tournament

Walla Walla Community College opened up the NWAC Volleyball Championships with a five-set victory over Clark at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center on Thursday.

Blue Devils under the weather, fall to Hanford at Atomic Bowl

Hanford swept past Walla Walla High in a Mid-Columbia Conference girls bowling match at Atomic Bowl on Thursday.

Schroeder named All-State

Weston-McEwen junior Ali Schroeder earned Oregon Class 2A volleyball all-state second-team honors following the season.