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Gary Dorman seems to remember a time during his 32 previous years as a Touchet High football coach when the Indians lost nine players to graduation.
The McLoughlin High School boys basketball team beat Helix 56-40 here on Tuesday.
The Dayton girls basketball team shot a dismal 26 percent from the floor, as the Bulldogs fell to Pomeroy 40-35 on Tuesday.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team connected on only 11 of the 50 shots it took, but that was enough to beat Helix 24-18 on Tuesday.
The Weston-McEwen girls basketball team downed Riverside, 57-30, in non-conference action here on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla High Schools girls basketball team cruised to a 57-38 win over Pendleton here Tuesday, as Madi Doepker scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Blue Devils.
MORO, Ore. — Weston-McEwen’s girls basketball team followed its rout of Culver on Friday with 66-16 victory over the host team at the Sherman County Tournament Saturday.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — After two full days of competition, the Whitman College swimmers went after their fifth and final session at the Husky Invitational Sunday morning, with the team heading home having made three new school records and as many Nationals cuts, and taken the lead in the Northwest Conference in many individual events at the King Country Aquatic Center over the weekend.
Walla Walla Valley Academy’s Dustin Rose nailed five 3-pointers on his way to 17 points and a 64-48 victory over Upper Columbia Academy.
POMEROY — The Pomeroy boys basketball overcame a slow start as the Pirates beat Waitsburg-Prescott 67-62 on Saturday.
The McLoughlin High School boys basketball team could not overcome its 28 turnovers in a 55-38 loss to Stanfield on Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School wrestling team had two competitors place in the top-six at the Bob Mars Invite on Saturday.
The Dayton boys basketball team took out Helix here Saturday 41-26 in the loser’s bracket of the Mac-Hi four-team tournament.
The Weston-McEwen basketball team won the Sherman County Invitational with a 59-44 over the host team Saturday and a 83-40 Friday win over Culver.
Dayton’s girls basketball team stormed Mac-Hi’s gym Friday night, defeating the Pioneers in convincing fashion, 42-26, in the first round of the four-team Mac-Hi tournament.
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