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Skip Molitor sees an important similarity between his Whitman College women’s golf team and the school’s women’s basketball team that made such an amazing run to the NCAA Division III national championship game last month in Whitewater, Wis.
McLoughlin High School’s tennis team played a rain-shortened match against the Griswold Grizzlies here Wednesday afternoon.
DeSales pitcher Cam Richman allowed only one run, as he tossed a complete game in the Irish’s 4-1 win against La Grande on Wednesday.
The Dayton baseball team picked up its first win against Asotin since 1995 in stunning fashion on Wednesday.
Irish golfer Jerod Konen and Liberty Christian’s Isaiah Ojeda continue their rivalry as they tie with 75s Tuesday at Wine Valley.
The Pioneers steal six bases and enjoy seven wild piches in a 6-2 victory over DeSales on Tuesday.
Once-beaten Wa-Hi was ambushed twice here Tuesday as Richland chalked up 5-1 and 12-2 Mid-Columbia Conference baseball wins over the Blue Devils.
Hunter Yensen collected four hits and Chase Copenhaver drove home four runs here Tuesday at McRae/Ireland Field as Mac-Hi edged Weston-McEwen 8-6 in a non-league prep baseball game.
The Dayton High School baseball team posted nine runs in the top of the sixth to take a 14-4 win against Touchet on Tuesday.
The Richland Bombers had too much firepower for Wa-Hi to contend with here Tuesday as the Blue Devils twice succumbed by a 10-2 tally in Mid-Columbia Conference softball play.
Touchet pitcher Harlie Schaeffer stifled the Dayton softball team, as the Indians rolled, 5-1, on Tuesday.
Owen Lanning played a part in three victories for Waitsburg-Prescott’s track team at a South Central Athletic Conference track and field meet at Kiona-Benton here Tuesday.
The DeSales track and field team had to battle strong gusts of wind at the five-team South Central Athletic Conference Meet at Columbia High School on Tuesday.
After ending the second overtime in a scoreless tie against Pasco, the Walla Walla High School soccer team won, 4-1, on penalty kicks Tuesday.
Richland’s boys tennis team won a 5-2 Mid-Columbia Conference decision over visiting Walla Walla High here Tuesday.
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