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MILTON-FREEWATER — Offense, defense and special teams. Weston-McEwen’s Linton McAllister contributed to the TigerScots’ cause in all three phases here Friday night during a 33-21, non-conference football victory over McLoughlin High School at festive and homecoming-laced Shockman Field.
PALOUSE — It was a momentous end to the first half for Touchet here Friday night. And it turned out to be a key in the Indians’ 42-28 victory over Garfield-Palouse.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales went to the run here in the second half at Ty Baffney Field Friday in non-conference football action, and broke away from a 14-12 half time lead, to defeat Mabton, 27-18.
Finally! Walla Walla High fans let out a sigh of relief as the Blue Devils opened the Mid-Columbia Conference schedule with a 34-14 victory over Kennewick at Borleske Stadium last Friday.
The Bulldogs bring the MCC’s top-ranked passing attack into tonight’s game against the Blue Devils at Edgar Brown Stadium.
The Blue Devils fall in four sets at Richland Thursday, 25-15, 20-25, 25-18, 25-15.
The McLoughlin High School volleyball team dropped its Greater Oregon League opener to Baker in straight sets on Thursday.
After dropping the first set, the Touchet High School volleyball team rallied to take the next three sets and the match against Garfield-Palouse on Thursday.
The Pomeroy High School volleyball team won a Southeast 1B match against Lacrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus in straight sets on Thursday.
Weston-McEwen’s volleyball team picked up its second Columbia Basin Conference victory of the season with a four-set win over Stanfield here on Thursday.
The Waitsburg-Prescott High School volleyball team dropped a match in straight sets, 25-16, 25-10, 25-21, to Liberty (Spangle) on Thursday.
The Walla Walla General Hospital Townathon is coming to the Walla Walla area at 1 p.m. Oct. 5.
Courtney Cox runs to a second-place finish at a Mid-Columbia Conference cross country meet.
After Whitman jumps out to a 2-1 lead, the Pirates rally to take a five-set victory.
Free offensive skill basketball clinics to get girls in grades 4-10 ready for the season are coming to Whitman College, hosted by Missionary women’s coach Michelle Ferenz and her players.
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