March 2, 2015
February 28, 2015
February 28, 2015
February 28, 2015
Walla Walla High’s Madelyn Sirmon buried a mid-range jumper with 5:40 left in the game at the Wa-Hi gym in sub-regional championship girls basketball action Friday. Sirmon’s jumper gave the Blue Devils a 41-40 lead over defending state Class 4A champion, undefeated and No. 1-ranked Gonzaga Prep. The Bullpups responded with two treys from Tayler Drynan sandwiched around two Laura Stockton free throws to put Prep back on top, 48-41, with three minutes left. Prep improved to 23-0 on the season as it hung on for a 52-46 win.
Mac-Hi’s season comes to an end as the Bulldogs run away with the GOL playoff victory after a strong second half.
SPOKANE — Walla Walla’s dark horse hopes of claiming a ticket to next month’s Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament grew dimmer still here Wednesday night.
SPOKANE — Walla Walla maintained its perch atop the Northwest Athletic Conference’s Eastern Region standings here Wednesday night by gutting out a 58-52 women’s college basketball victory over Spokane. The Warriors improved to 9-2 in the East and are one game ahead of Columbia Basin, which whipped Big Bend 79-70 Wednesday night to run its record to 8-3 in the division. Walla Walla takes an 18-5 overall record into Saturday afternoon’s home game against Big Bend in the Dietrich Dome.
HERMISTON — It’s hard to beat a team three times in a season. Weston-McEwen found out just how true that old sports phrase is with a 59-58 loss to Pilot Rock in the Columbia Basin Conference District tournament at Armand Larive Middle School here Wednesday.
A Savvy Shooters women’s LASR Training Course is slated from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at Jacobi’s Restaurant, 416 N. Second Ave. in Walla Walla.
Colter McKeown lifts the Indians in the overtime session as Touchet advances to play Liberty Christian on Friday.
A strong second half sent Ontario past McLoughlin High School, 46-21, in Greater Oregon League girls basketball playoff action here on Tuesday.
After falling into a 13-point deficit after the first half, the Pomeroy High School girls basketball team came alive defensively.
Wallowa jumped out to a big lead and didn’t look back in a 49-29 win over Helix in an Old Oregon League play-in game on Tuesday.
Former Walla Walla High School coach, teacher and administrator Bill Bieloh recently received the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Gareth Giles’ Memorial Recognition Award for his dedication and service to the state organization.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The Greater Oregon League boys playoff between McLoughlin and Ontario started off at a snail’s pace in the Pioneers’ gym Tuesday evening.
Walla Walla Valley Academy landed three players on the boys Southeast 2B all-league first team.
The Walla Walla Rebels 11U boys basketball club defeated Big River, 49-28, at the Hermiston For the Love Of the Game AAU tournament on Sunday.
SPOKANE — Despite trimming the Northwest Christian lead to two points in the fourth quarter, the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys came up short at the District 7/9 sub-regional tournament on Monday at West Valley High.
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