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TACOMA — Walla Walla Community College’s men’s golfers put together the round they’ve been looking for all season long, and it put the Warriors at the top of the leaderboard after the first round of the NWAC Championships at Oakbrook Country Club on Sunday.
MORO, Ore. — The Helix girls track and field team won the District 3 championship here on Saturday.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The fourth annual PEO Golf Tournament to benefit grants and scholarshops for women in the community is set for 11 a.m. on May 30 at the Milton-Freewater Municipal Golf Course.
Wa-Hi finishes with just three hits in the 5-3 victory over Gonzaga Prep.
After losing two games to Richland in the regular season, the Blue Devils bounce back in the district championship on Saturday.
Stefanie Copeland celebrated McLoughlin High Senior Day by hitting her first ever home run for the Mac-Hi softball team. Copeland’s grand slam was a pivotal blast in the Pioneers doubleheader sweep of Ontario.
Sophomore Kaylee Brown struck out 21 batters for the DeSales High School softball team Friday at the Mill Creek Sportsplex, helping the Irish to a pair of wins, including the 2B Southeast championship.
Dayton advanced to the regional tournament with a win over Asotin and a loss to DeSales at the Southeast 2B tournament on Friday at Murr Field.
The Weston-McEwen High School softball team wrapped up the regular season in style with a sweep of Irrigon on Saturday.
For only the second time in the past 19 seasons, the Touchet High School softball team will be staying home during the state tournament.
The Pomeroy baseball team advances to the regional round with wins over Odessa-Harrington and Curlew.
Junior Zoe Kerne doubled home two runs and singled in another for the Pomeroy High School softball team, helping the Pirates bounce back from a loss and enjoy the second of two sub-regional playoffs in Medical Lake. Pomeroy lost its first game, 7-4 to Cusick, but rallied to win the second one against Republic, 10-9.
Sophomore Alex Iben won an thrilling 1600-meter race Friday in Pasco, edging Jonah Sandoval of Richland by an eyelash in one of several highlights for Wa-Hi at the Mid-Columbia Conference track and field Championships.
A combination of seven McLoughlin High School errors allowed Ontario to escape with a sweep on Saturday.
The WWCC baseball team plates two runs in the seventh inning to eke out a 3-2 win over Shoreline.
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