March 26, 2015
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Thursday's Glance, Scoreboard
This is always the time of year when Phil Reser gets that spring-training itch.
Even with the long list of big wins the Gonzaga basketball program has amassed, there’s still one loss that sends a chill down the spine of Bulldog fans.
The Missionaries fall short in the nightcap, 10-6, after losing game one, 11-5.
The Chukars sock four solo home runs in a game-one win, before WWCC pitcher Griffin Davis throws a shutout in the nightcap.
The Walla Walla High School boys golf team finished sixth at the 17-team Canyon Lakes Invitational on Wednesday.
The DeSales boys easily won the second leg of the Blue Mountain Cup prep golf tournament Wednesday afternoon at windy Wine Valley Golf Course.
Ryan Kimball pitches Wa-Hi to a 4-1 win in game one, before the Blue Devils add an 8-6 victory in game two.
Pasco scores six runs on four hits and four errors in the seventh to escape with the win.
The weather didn’t exactly cooperate, but Pomeroy survived its first official golf match of the prep season here Tuesday at Quail Ridge.
WWCC’s Garrett Noswick cards a 76 on Tuesday to finish in a tie for tenth.
Whitman College’s men’s golf team improved its standing Tuesday during the final day of the West Cup on The Champions course at Tukwet Canyons, moving up a spot from Monday’s results to a 14th-place finish after a 36-hole day.
Pitcher Colette Robert allows just three hits in two games combined.
Brittany Ensley slammed a pair of home runs, the second one a three-run shot in the top of the eighth inning, as Harrisburg outlasted Weston-McEwen 9-7 in the TigerScots’ final game of the Riverside High prep softball tournament here Tuesday.
Wa-Hi fell to Kamiakin 3-1 here Tuesday at Lampson Stadium in a Mid-Columbia Conference boys soccer match.
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