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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.
ROCHESTER, Wash. — Walla Walla High School’s JROTC Precision Rifle Team braved the weather conditions to compete in the Washington State Junior Olympic 3 Position Rifle Championship at the Capitol City Rifle Club’s indoor range last weekend.
ROSALIA — It was too much Craig Nelson and Rosalia free throws for the Touchet boys here Thursday in the first round of the District 9 1B Tournament, as the home team held off the Indians, 54-47.
WALLA WALLA — The Blue Devils placed three basketball players on the all-Mid-Columbia Conference boys and girls first teams following the regular season.
The Pomeroy girls basketball team overcame a slow start to down Rosalia, 53-45, here on Wednesday.
Molly von Borstel scored a game-high 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Weston-McEwen girls basketball team past Irrigon, 60-52, on Wednesday.
The Helix boys basketball team opened up a nine-point lead after the first quarter, but could not sustain its hot start, as the Grizzlies lost to Echo, 57-50, on Wednesday.
Touchet’s girls turned up their defense without picking up the fouls that have plagued them all season, and handed St. John-Endicott a 57-39 District 9 1B Tournament defeat here Wednesday night.
The WWVA boys handle Tri-Cities Prep, 53-36, while Waitsburg-Prescott holds off Asotin 53-47 as the district tourney is finally played.
The Irish beat Dayton, 43-36, to establish the top two seeds to the District 7/9 tournament.
Mac-Hi manages only two points in the first quarter in the 69-38 loss to La Grande.
The Pioneers register more turnovers than points as Mac-Hi falls to 0-4 in Greater Oregon League play.
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