March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
Kim McDaniels has been named the Walla Walla High School varsity volleyball coach.
The Walla Walla Sweets have added DeSales grad and Walla Walla Community College player J.J. Robinson for a second season of West Coast League baseball.
The WAHSET team kicks off the season at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake on March 14.
WWCC loses to Clark, 64-56, in the NWAACC Championships despite a team-high 18 points from freshman Karli McHone.
Whitman College’s top-ranked women’s basketball team earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament on Monday, and hosts a pair of regional semifinals Friday at Sherwood Center.
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The Sweets Volleyball Club swept regional volleyball tournament last weekend at Walla Walla University, taking first and second place in the U-16 championship bracket, winning the consolation bracket and taking third in the U-12 division.
All three McLoughlin High School wrestlers placed at the Class 4A state championships on Saturday.
KENNEWICK — It was a matchup from hell. Umpqua’s guards were too quick, their wide bodies too wide for Walla Walla’s man-to-man defense. And when the Warriors went zone, the Raiders rained 3s.
PARKLAND, Wash. — Whitman won’t dwell on a hard-fought loss to the University of Puget Sound here Sunday.
WALLA WALLA — A winning streak that was born in April 2008 continued Sunday afternoon at the Bratton Tennis Center.
PORTLAND — Whitman’s women’s tennis team, ranked seventh regionally and 16th nationally, ended its trek through the Willamette Valley in style Sunday afternoon with a 9-0 victory over Northwest Conference rival Lewis & Clark at the Tennis Dome.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla High School Blue Devil softball program is having its annual Skills Clinic on Saturday.
Riley Bott scores 22 points in the final quarter as Pomeroy advances to the state quarters.
Coach Bobbi Hazeltine couldn’t find a thing to complain about here Saturday afternoon in the moments after her Walla Walla women’s basketball team dominated Treasure Valley 70-46 in the first round of the NWAACC Championships in the Toyota Center.
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