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The Waitsburg-Prescott High School softball team smacked 25 hits and scored 12 runs, but they dropped a doubleheader, 16-5 and 15-7, to Tri-Cities Prep on Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School baseball team scored a sweep over Kamiakin, 8-4 and 11-3, on Friday.
The Walla Walla Community College softball team suffered through a difficult weekend on its home turf.
It was a story of too little, too late for Walla Walla High School here in Mid Columbia Conference softball action on Friday.
Dominant pitching and plenty of hitting paved the way for the Weston-McEwen softball to sweep Irrigon, 14-1 and 10-4, on Saturday.
McLoughlin High School remained perfect here Saturday in Greater Oregon League softball action.
DeSales’ Allison Wujek soared to second place in the high jump here Saturday in action at the 107-team Pasco Invite track and field meet.
It was a day of astouding numbers for the Pomeroy High School softball team. The Pirates won a pair of games over Lacrosse-Washtucna-Kahlotus, 21-9 and 30-11, while walking a combined 38 times.
The Pomeroy High School baseball team lost 4-0 and 6-3 to the defending state champs of Idaho in their division, Grangeville.
Walla Walla High School scored early and often here in Mid Columbia Conference soccer action Saturday at the Blue Devil pitch. Wa-Hi scored three unanswered first half goals and went on to shut out Richland, 4-0.
WAACC Eastern Region co-leader Walla Walla Community College and Yakima Valley had much in common heading into their league baseball doubleheader Saturday afternoon at Warrior Field.
Dayton restricted St. John-Endicott/Lacrosse Washtucna to just two runs combined in a Southeast 2B baseball doubleheader here Saturday.
The Weston-McEwen High School track and field team competed at the River’s Edge Invite here Friday.
The Pomeroy High School golf team hosted and won a three-team tournament, while garnering both medalist honors.
Tamástslikt Cultural Institute’s Community Academy is hosting Weston Middle School educator and athletic director John Barton, who will provide instruction on the rules and regulations of basketball, the ins and outs of refereeing, and how to acquire certification, at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
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