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A suffocating Walla Walla High School man-to-man defense held Kamiakin to three third-quarter points, as the Blue Devils turned a 22-16 halftime deficit into a 44-37 Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball win Saturday night.
It takes a whole team to win in Mid-Columbia Conference basketball.
Whitman’s women’s basketball team salvaged a Northwest Conference split in the Willamette Valley over the weekend.
Pioneer People, McLoughlin High School’s official booster club, will host the inaugural Mac-Hi Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies and “A Toast to Talent” auction and wine tasting extravaganza Saturday, April 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Community Building, 109 N.E. Fifth Ave.
The Walla Walla High School swim team raced to a 99-71 win over Wenatchee at Whitman College’s Harvey Pool on Saturday.
Danny Farquhar and James Jones field questions from fans at Whitman’s Sherwood Center on Thursday.
The Walla Walla High School Rifle Team competed in two NRA Sectional rifle matches last Saturday at the Spokane Rifle Club.
The Walla Walla High School wrestling team took down Hanford, 46-29, on Thursday.
Satchel Schetzle’s 75-foot bomb to end the first half sets the tone as WWCC hits 20 treys in the 100-70 win over Yakima Valley.
The Warriors contain Yaks leading scorer AJ Yarlott and remain unbeaten in NWAC East play with the 69-52 win on Wednesday.
The 2015 Seattle Mariners Caravan rolls into Walla Walla from 4:15-5:45 p.m. today for a free public autograph session with pitcher Danny Farquhar, outfielder James Jones, broadcaster Mike Blowers and the Mariner Moose at Whitman College’s Sherwood Center.
McLoughlin opens an early 8-0 lead and cruises to a 33-16 victory on the Waitsburg-Prescott court on Tuesday night.
Chance Leroue’s game-high 20 points leads Waitsburg-Prescott to the non-league boys basketball win Tuesday night in Waitsburg.
The Wa-Hi bowling team posts its highest team score, but can’t keep up with the Lions.
Defensive footwork and smarts were the important footnotes here Tuesday night as Dayton defeated Garfield-Palouse 45-28 in a girls non-league prep basketball game.
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