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McLoughlin High’s football team placed four players on the all-Greater Oregon League first team after their season.
McLoughlin High School boys soccer standout Moises Manon earned all-Greater Oregon League MVP honors and was joined by seven fellow Pioneers and coach Jose Garcia reaping awards following their season.
Whitman cruised to its second victory of the year tonight, downing Pomona-Pitzer by twenty-eight points, 84-56, at the Whit Classic
A pair of first-half goals were more than enough
Pomeroy ended its 2013 volleyball season in exciting fashion here Saturday night with a
Touchet’s defense terrorized Sam Schafer, Odessa-Harrington’s junior quarterback, in a 68-14 Indians victory.
SPOKANE — A new champion in the Class 1B/2B state boys soccer ranks will be crowned next weekend at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.
After reaching the DIII Elite 8 last season, Whitman’s women enter the hoops season ranked No. 11 nationally.
Whitman College senior midfielder Junpei Tsuji has been named to the All-Northwest Conference men’s soccer first team, as selected by coaches, leading a group of Missionaries who received postseason honors.
La Sonjia Jack had a small gathering at her Bellevue home Saturday night to watch her son play for UCLA against Arizona. As is her custom, LaSonjia watched the television intently when the Bruins were on defense, since Myles is a starting linebacker as a true freshman.
The Irish face undefeated Lind-Ritzville-Sprague Friday, while W-P has Adna Saturday.
Touchet has used its depth all season long, and coach Gary Dorman doesn’t plan to change it up against Odessa-Harrington Friday.
Last season in the Washington state 1B/2B soccer quarterfinals, Waitsburg-Prescott met up with Northwest Christian (Colbert), with the team from just north of Spokane sending W-P home with a 5-1 loss.
The Walla Walla Community College volleyball team ended its regular season with a four-set win against Spokane on Wednesday.
As she finished signing her name on the dotted line, Ashlyn Lyons became the fourth player to sign a national letter of intent to play softball at the University of Montana on Wednesday evening.
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