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Walla Walla High has some veteran leadership teamed with new blood as the Washington state Class 4A track and field meet opens Thursday at Mount Tahoma High in Tacoma.
Small-school track and field athletes are once again converging on the campus of Eastern Washington University for the Washington state Class 1B and 2B meet Thursday through Saturday.
SPOKANE — Wa-Hi sophomore Erika Leinweber hadn’t outrun senior teammate Courtney Cox in the 3,200 meters all season long — until Saturday, that is.
MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. — Pomeroy’s softball season came to an end with an 11-1 loss to Almira-Coulee-Hartline at the District 7/9 Class 1B tournament here on Saturday.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High’s Jazmin Duran and Jenny Bautista fell to a Lewis and Clark duo at the regional tennis tournament at Richland High School on Saturday.
SPOKANE — College Place High freshman Kenneth Rooks qualified for the Washington state Class 2B meet with a third-place finish in the 1,600-meters, as well as a fourth-place finish in the 800 meters at the 1B/2B District 7/9 Championships at Central Valley High on Friday.
The Wa-Hi softball team beats University, 6-4, to earn the regional championship and a trip to the state tournament.
Wa-Hi opens with a 4-2 win over Moses Lake before falling to the Gators in the state quarterfinals.
The Pirate baseball team beats Mount Rainier Lutheran and Oakville to earn a spot in the title game.
Despite playing in the toughest regional field during Kim Cox’s tenure at DeSales, the Irish baseball team found a way to reach the final four.
Kaylee Brown picks up three wins in the circle as DeSales beats Davenport, Colfax and Dayton.
The Dayton High School softball team earned a trip to the state tournament after finishing second at the District 7/9 regional tournament at Merkel Field in Spokane on Saturday.
McLoughlin High School senior Kristi Childers won the state title in the 300-meter hurdles in the 4A Championship meet at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field on Saturday.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys team wins the 2B meet as W-P sends 11 boys and one girl to state next weekend.
McLoughlin High School tennis player Carlos Angel won his first match at the Oregon state tennis tournament on Friday.
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