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ASOTIN — Pomeroy saw its football season come to an end here Tuesday night at Asotin High School with a 40-22 loss to Colton in the first of two abbreviated playoff games to determine the Southeast 1B-8 League’s third entry into postseason play.
The Washington state Class 1B/2B/1A volleyball championships open at the Yakima Valley SunDome on Friday without a restructured tournament format pushed for by three state high schools, including Walla Walla Valley Academy in College Place.
Walla Walla University’s Chad Torkelsen drained five of his eight shots from beyond the three-point arc, totaled 19 points and led the Wolves to a 72-67 win over Montana Western, ranked No. 23 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Saturday afternoon at the Taco Bell Shoot Out.
The Walla Walla Sweets headed to Corvallis to find the next player in the quest for a West Coast League championship during the 2016 season, as they signed Beaver freshman Bryce Fehmel last Thursday.
Whitman College’s women hosted Northwest Conference opponent Lewis and Clark College in the last game of the Missionaries’ season Sunday afternoon, and the script could not have been written much better on a day that Whitman honored its seniors in their final home game.
COLFAX — Touchet’s volleyball season came to a close with a loss to Colton in four sets here Saturday at the district tournament.
Veterans Memorial Golf Course is offering free golf all day for all veterans on Veterans Day on Wednesday, in appreciation for service to your country.
College Place High School sophomore Kenneth Rooks finishes ahead of 140 runners at the state championships.
“I’m just going to do my best, run my race,” College Place state 1B/2B state cross country qualifier Kenneth Rooks said in an UB interview prior to Saturday’s state championship race. “I’m just going to try and tell myself that I can do it.”
Mountain View Conference regular season champion Bonanza sweeps Weston-McEwen in elimination match Saturday.
Weston-McEwen saw its volleyball season come to an end here at Ridgeview High School Friday and Saturday at the state 2A volleyball championships.
Pomeroy’s quest for back-to-back state 1B volleyball championships passed one more hurdle here Saturday in District volleyball action.
Christian Caro scored a hat trick here Saturday afternoon as Prescott’s boys soccer team earned a berth in the Class B state quarterfinals with a 7-1 victory over Trout Lake.
A trio of Touchet Indians have been named to the all-Southeast 1B-8 League football team.
Peninsula’s Trevan Estrellado did his part to bring Walla Walla Community College’s men’s soccer season to an end during Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinal action here Saturday afternoon.
College of Idaho posted a 3-0 win over Walla Walla University here Saturday in women’s volleyball action at Windemuth court.
Whitman closed out its Northwest Conference volleyball season here Saturday night.
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