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The Northwest Christian girls basketball team used its size to outmuscle Dayton, 65-38, in the District 7/9 2B tournament on Monday.
The Wa-Hi JROTC Precision Rifle Team claims the regional title last weekend in Albuquerque.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s Tristan Newman advanced to the state tournament after finishing fourth in the 285-pound division at the regional tournament on Saturday.
ONTARIO, Ore. — McLoughlin High’s girls didn’t have the weekend of Greater Oregon League play they had hoped for, dropping a 44-27 decision to Baker at home Friday before traveling to Ontario and losing, 55-32, on Saturday.
HELIX — Visiting Condon-Wheeler gradually pulled away from Helix here Saturday night en route to a 55-35 Big Sky Conference boys basketball victory.
District 7 proved it was the better geographical area Saturday in the District 7/9 2B boys basketball tournament, sweeping both games.
District 9 held its own here at the District 7/9 regional girls basketball tournament Saturday
Three Pomeroy wrestlers earned state bids Saturday at the East Regional meet in Kittitas, with 160-pound senior Taylor Lewis leading the way with a third-place finish.
Tekoa-Oakesdale’s Mattie Jo Johnson and Olivia Pakootas — each 6 feet tall — combined for 38 points to lead T-O in a 62-41 victory over Touchet Saturday in the District 9 1B girls basketball playoffs.
Sisters Jenna Moser and Zoe Moser led the Colton girls basketball team past Pomeroy in the first round of the Washington Class 1B District 9 tournament, 77-29, on Friday.
The Pomeroy boys basketball team earned their second straight trip to the district championship after beating Colton, 53-36, on Saturday.
The Weston-McEwen girls basketball cruised to a 62-28 win against Stanfield on Saturday.
Stanfield defeated Weston-McEwen 50-41 Saturday after forcing an uncharacteristic 26 turnovers from the TigerScots in their Blue Mountain Conference regular season finale.
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball season came to an abrupt end at the hands of Chiawana’s Victor Koval on Friday.
A night after controlling Richland, 72-40, the Walla Walla High School girls basketball team could not replicate its success against Chiawana.
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