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The Walla Walla Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championships will be at the DeSales High School gym from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team held off Dayton, 42-41, on Tuesday.
The Dayton High School girls basketball team used a 41-22 rebound advantage to push the pace and get easy looks at the basket in a 50-26 win over Weston-McEwen on Tuesday.
Pomeroy wrestlers Clayton King and Havin Heytvelt both posted 2-0 records at the five-team Lind-Ritzville match on Tuesday.
Pioneer Middle School will host a Moms’ Network parent workshop this evening. Tony Cabasco, dean of admission and financial aid at Whitman College, will share information with parents about how to prepare their child for college, and what local resources are available.
For those of us that measure winter’s long dark shadow in the number of irons required to “Club Up” in order to find the green, these can be trying times.
A handful of dates for sign-ups for Walla Walla Pacific Little League were not included in the item in Monday’s Union-Bulletin.
Former Walla Walla High player Jamie Weisner, now a junior guard at Oregon State, is espnW’s player of the week.
Little League sign-ups are coming up at venues around the Walla Walla Valley.
HELIX — Helix’s boys basketball team lost to visiting Echo here Saturday night, 46-15.
POMEROY — Pomeroy’s boys basketball team handed previously undefeated Garfield-Palouse its first defeat of the season here Friday, 48-42, before handing Lacrosse-Washtucna a 70-31 loss on Saturday.
In celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Month, Whitman College is offering free admission for families for Bring a Girl to the Game Night on Saturday at Sherwood Center.
The Wa-Hi boys team outscores the Riverhawks 16-4 over the final period to pull out a 63-51 win.
Mikayla and Kate Ferenz combine for 42 points as the Blue Devils beat Chiawana, 75-61, Saturday.
The trio of Jackson Clough, Christian McDonald and Matt Mounier nearly outscored their opponent themselves as Whitman College’s men’s basketball team took care of the visitors from the University of Puget Sound, 69-51, Saturday night in Northwest Conference action at the Sherwood Athletics Center.
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