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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.
The TigerScots earn the third seed out of Special District 6 as Jessica Lambert throws a no-hitter against Burns.
Wa-Hi’s baseball team reaches the state tourney for the first time since 2011, and opens against Moses Lake Saturday.
MaKenzie Mize’s finish tops local athletes as the Oregon 1A and 2A state track and field meet opens at Hayward Field.
Wa-Hi’s softball team enters regional play Saturday needing just one win to advance to state.
DeSales’ Scott Kimball and Emily Baumgart take medalist honors, as five Pomeroy and three Irish golfers advance to state.
Oregon track and field athletes head to Eugene and the University of Oregon for the state meet beginning today, while Washington schools head to Spokane to secure berths for next week’s state meets.
Walla Walla High School sophomore golfer Brooke Cramer earned Mid-Columbia Conference honorable mention honors on Tuesday.
Former Walla Walla High player and Oregon State guard Jamie Weisner will play for Team Canada May 28-30 in an exhibition tournament in Logrono, Spain.
DeSales’ baseball team tunes up for Saturday’s regional tournament with a 7-3 win over La Grande.
Tyler Morrison earns a spot in the state tournament with his fourth-place finish at Canyon Lakes.
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