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Touchet High School’s Cierra Jo McKeown finished with 25 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists and six steals to lead the Indian girls basketball to a 59-47 win over Moses Lake Christian on Saturday at the Moses Lake Tournament.
The Touchet High School boys basketball team defeated Moses Lake Christian team handily, 62-16, here Saturday at the Moses Lake Tournament.
To say that the Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team runs its offense through Satchel Schetzle might be the understatement of the year.
The TigerScot girls basketball team forces 29 turnovers in a 57-27 win over the Panthers Tuesday.
Imbler’s Trace VanCleave drops a game-high 24 points to beat Weston-McEwen.
The defending 2B girls basketball champion Colfax Bulldogs used a 23-7 run over the middle two quarters to pull out a 39-28 win over Dayton in non-conference basketball action here Tuesday.
Touchet’s Colter McKeown and Devin Acevedo of Waitsburg-Prescott are this area’s only first-team selections to the Associated Press’ Washington all-state prep football teams.
Kasey Johnson scores 23 points in the first half as Colfax routs the Dayton boys basketball team, 53-9.
The Whitman men’s basketball team connects on 59 percent of its shots, including a 13-of-24 mark from downtown, on Monday.
A slow start hampered the McLoughlin High School girls basketball team against Irrigon on Monday.
Mac-Hi limited Adrian Romero, Irrigon’s reigning Oregon Class 2A Player of the Year, without a point here Monday in a boys non-league prep basketball game.
DaShaun Wiggins scored 23 points and Portland State ripped NAIA-member Walla Walla University 94-52 on Monday.
TACOMA — Sophomore Satchel Schetzle continued his torrid scoring pace here Sunday and led Walla Walla to an 86-73 victory over Lower Columbia in consolation-round play at the Grays Harbor men’s basketball crossover tournament in the South Puget Sound gym.
GRESHAM, Ore. — Walla Walla rebounded from perhaps its most disappointing loss of the season here Sunday to defeat Olympic 67-36 in the third-place game at the Mount Hood women’s basketball crossover tournament.
WALLA WALLA – Jackson Clough scored a game-high 25 points — which included a 4-for-8 performance from 3-point range — to lead Whitman to a 120-61 victory over visiting Wells College in a non-conference men’s basketball game Sunday night at the Sherwood Athletics Center.
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