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Senior Justin Burke followed up his no-hit performance on Saturday with a five-inning complete game here Tuesday as Weston-McEwen pummeled Pilot Rock 11-1 in a Blue Mountain Conference baseball game.
The River View baseball team took advantage of four Dayton errors, as the Panthers scored a 6-4 win on Tuesday.
Abi Biggs slugged a two-run homer in the first inning Tuesday and Mac-Hi never trailed as the Pioneers upended Pendleton 6-2 in a non-league prep softball game.
After a week off for spring break, the DeSales softball team took care of Touchet, 9-5, here on Tuesday.
Weston-McEwen sophomore Jessica Lambert twirled her second no-hitter of the season here Tuesday — a 10-0 victory over Heppner — and left TigerScots coach Jeff Griggs to ponder who his No. 1 pitcher really is.
The Waitsburg-Prescott softball team committed a whopping nine errors in a 10-8 loss to Pomeroy on Tuesday.
Walla Walla Babe Ruth is having tryouts for boys ages 13-16 as of April 30 later this month.
The Blue Devil boys team finishes fourth while the girls team ties for fourth at Veterans Memorial.
The Tucannon Fish Hatchery delivered a load of rainbow trout to Jefferson Park Pond on Monday.
TRI-CITIES — Walla Walla High School’s boys and girls tennis teams finished seventh of 16 Class 3A and 4A schools at high schools around the Tri-Cities Friday and Saturday.
BEND, Ore. — Whitman College men’s golf coach Peter McClure was hoping for three scores in the 70s and a fourth score that could make a difference here Sunday during the second and final round of the Spring Thaw at the Broken Top Golf Course.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman held its own with Willamette throughout its three-game Northwest Conference baseball series that wrapped up Sunday afternoon at sun-kissed Borleske Stadium.
TRI-CITIES — Northwest Xplosion 14 and under girls fastpitch team took part in the Ice Breaker Softball Tournament that featured nearly 140 teams in all age groups this weekend. Northwest Xplosion competed in the 18U/16U division and finished with a 4-1-1 record.
Wa-Hi pitcher Ryan Kimball strikes out eight over six innings in a 5-2 win in game one.
Pioneer pitcher Colette Robert throws two complete games and hits four doubles in a sweep over the Tigers Saturday.
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