The Blue Devil boys team finishes fourth while the girls team ties for fourth at Veterans Memorial.
TRI-CITIES — Walla Walla High School’s boys and girls tennis teams finished seventh of 16 Class 3A and 4A schools at high schools around the Tri-Cities Friday and Saturday.
Wa-Hi pitcher Ryan Kimball strikes out eight over six innings in a 5-2 win in game one.
Pioneer pitcher Colette Robert throws two complete games and hits four doubles in a sweep over the Tigers Saturday.
Darnell Handcox, Erika Leinweber, Katrina Tonhdavong and Madelyn Sirmon led Walla Walla High School in action here Saturday at the Davis Invitational track and field meet.
Wa-Hi soccer players Francisco Sanchez and Esteban Ojeda combine to hand the Lions their first loss.
Pomeroy won the boys competition here Saturday in prep golf action. With spring break continuing, only the top three finishers figured into the team scoring. The Pirates took first with a 266 total over the Par 70 course.
The Weston-McEwen girls team finishes fifth, while the boys take 15th at the 24-team event on Saturday.
Walla Walla High School’s Ellie Rassbach threw a shutout here in the opener of Mid Columbia Conference softball action. The Blue Devils blanked Chiawana 4-0 in game one. Wa-Hi then improved to 2-0 as it rallied for six runs over the last two innings of the nightcap to pull out an 8-5 win.
The Colton High School baseball team took advantage of 12 Touchet errors over two games, as the Wildcats swept a doubleheader, 10-0 and 5-4, on Saturday.
La Grande gave McLoughlin High School a harsh welcome to Greater Oregon League play Saturday, sweeping the Pioneers 13-4 and 14-7 in their first league doubleheader of the season.
Weston-McEwen swept a road baseball doubleheader against Condon/Wheeler Saturday in its first Special District 6 games of the year.
Pomeroy roared back from a 7-1 deficit here in Southeast 1B baseball action here Saturday. The Pirates exploded for 16 runs over the last three innings to defeat Rosalia 17-7 in the opener of the SE1B twin bill.
In a tale of two games, Touchet and Colton split a Southeast 1B softball doubleheader here Saturday.
Pomeroy softball player Emma Woodland clubbed six hits over two games as the Pirates split a doubleheader with Rosalia on Saturday.
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