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OLYMPIA — The Walla Walla Bruins rode the pitching of Hunter Yensen and the hitting of Joe Yenney to a 3-1 win over Lower Columbia Black here Saturday in opening-round American Legion state playoff action.
Emily Baumgart is making up for lost time this summer. The DeSales High School senior-to-be just returned from the girls Junior World Championships golf tournament in San Diego, where she finished 60th in a field of 137 players from around the planet. And now she’s off to Wyoming where she will represent her state in the Girls’ Junior Americas Cup Team Matches.
After 24 outs Thursday in West Coast League baseball action, Kelowna starting pitcher Joel Lamont had blanked Walla Walla on two hits by the Sweets’ Parker Coss.
MONTESANO, Wash. — Defensive lapses and the inability to hit with runners in scoring position led to Walla Walla Valley’s first defeat here Thursday at the Washington Little League 9-10 age-division state baseball tournament.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater Municipal Golf Course will open to public play after participants in the Kiwanis Classic makes the turn, about 9 a.m., on Saturday.
Starter Nat Hamby allows just six hits and strikes out 10 as the Falcons even the series at a game apiece.
Walla Walla’s Pacific League all-stars went down swinging here Wednesday at the Washington Little League 10-11 age-division state baseball tournament.
Baseball is only part of the evening, as Walla Walla and Kelowna engage in dance contests, pillow fights and a joust during a 30-minute delay.
J.T. McKenzie breaks a 4-4 tie with one swing of the bat in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Walla Walla Valley’s 9-10 age-division all-stars remained undefeated at the Washington Little League state baseball tournament here Tuesday.
Walla Walla stays alive in the state tournament and faces Cascade in another loser-out game today.
On a beautiful day for baseball and in front of 1,985 fans in Bellingham, the Sweets had four players that made an impact on the West Coast League’s version of the Mid-Summer Classic.
Adam Eskil had three hits, including his fourth home run of the season, as the Walla Walla Bears defeated the Lewis-Clark Twins 11-0 here Saturday in the first game of a summer baseball doubleheader on the Lewis & Clark State College campus.
The Milton-Freewater Municipal Golf Course will host the Kiwanis Klassic golf tournament this Saturday.
Walla Walla earns the No. 2 seed after sweeping the Dusters in the district tourney.
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