March 10, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
CHENEY — Whitman College’s women’s tennis team, ranked No. 5 regionally and No. 16 nationally at the NCAA Division III level, suffered a 5-2 setback to Division I Eastern Washington Sunday afternoon at the Jim Thorpe Fieldhouse.
SALEM, Ore. — No. 16 nationally-ranked Whitman improved its Northwest Conference men’s tennis record to 2-0 and moved to 3-1 overall Saturday after a 9-0 whitewashing of Willamette.
Whitman fell into an early 8-0 hole Saturday night and was unable to recover in an 80-62 Northwest Conference men’s basketball loss to Lewis & Clark at the Pamplin Sports Center.
The Northwest Conference’s leading scorer did her part to help No. 2 Whitman claim a piece of league history on Saturday night.
Three McLoughlin High School wrestlers clinched spots at the state wrestling tournament with top-four finishes at the Class 4A District 2 tournament on Saturday.
DeSales finished the District 7/9 girls basketball tournament on a high note Saturday, defeating St. George’s 50-37 behind 18 points from Allison Wujek, 14 from Teresa Acock and 13 from Emily Baumgart to claim third place.
Lind-Ritzville-Sprague handed the Dayton girls basketball team a 51-34, season-ending loss Saturday night at the District 7/9 tournament.
The Tri-Cities Prep boys basketball team scored a buzzer-beating floater to end Waitsburg-Prescott’s season at the District 7/9 regional tournament on Saturday.
Walla Walla High School’s Tyler Jones finished third and seventh in the 500 Free and 200 Free, respectively, at the 4A Boys State Championship on Saturday.
All four local competitors lost their opening matches at Mat Classic XXVI at the Tacoma Dome on Friday.
Bobbi Hazeltine and her Walla Walla Warriors will head into next week’s NWAACC Championships in Kennewick with a full head of steam after handing Columbia Basin its first league loss of the season.
Sophomore Dallas Reich scored a career-high 27 points Saturday afternoon in the Dietrich Dome, but it wasn’t enough to offset another Walla Walla defensive meltdown.
The Weston-McEwen boys held a one-point lead late in overtime, but poor free throw shooting and rebounding came back to haunt the TigerScots as they were eliminated from the Blue Mountain Conference basketball playoffs on Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School girls basketball team had its hands full with Central Valley’s Mariah Cunningham and Madison Hovren on Friday.
Keegan Shepard hit an early free throw to give Weston-McEwen’s girls a 1-0 lead over Union in the first game of the Blue Mountain Conference District tournament at Armand Larive Middle School here Friday.
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