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WALLA WALLA — The goal at Martin Field on a hot Tuesday afternoon was to finish in the top eight in District 9 sub-district track and field action and earn a spot at the district meet in Clarkston next Thursday.
WALLA WALLA — Get ready for a busy prep sports weekend.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Mac-Hi give up a lone hit and no runs in a Greater Oregon League softball sweep of Ontario here Wednesday, 10-0 and 7-0.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School’s Peter Sirmon was named the Mid-Columbia Conference Field Athlete of the Year Tuesday night.
Wa-Hi’s boys soccer team keeps its win streak rolling with the regional first-round win over Lewis and Clark, and now play at Ferris Saturday.
DAYTON — Dayton High School’s seniors proved to be super Tuesday as they powered the Bulldogs to a 13-3 victory over Tri-Cities Prep in the District 9 Class 2B playoffs.
PRINEVILLE, Ore. — McLoughlin High School’s golf season came to end at the Greater Oregon League District championship at Meadow Lakes here Tuesday.
ECHO — Weston-McEwen High School pounded out 17 hits Tuesday as it routed Echo-Stanfield 13-3 in a Special District 5 softball game.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales prepared for District 9 baseball play Saturday at Borleske Stadium with a 5-0 non-league victory over Mac-Hi at Ray Lane Field on Tuesday.
COLTON — Colton “literally used their bats to pound us,” Pomeroy baseball coach Dave Boyer said Wednesday after his team fell to the Wildcats 16-1 in the District 9 Class 1B playofs Tuesday.
PRESCOTT — Tekoa-Oakesdale-Rosalia outhit Waitsburg-Prescott 10-7 and walked away with a victory by the same margin, 7-4, Tuesday in a loser-out District 9 2B baseball playoffs contest.
RICHLAND — Liberty Christian’s Brandon Peterson struck out 14 batters and scattered four hits over seven innings Tuesday to lead the Patriots to a 6-1 victory over Touchet High School in a loser-out District 9 baseball playoff game.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School conducted its baseball awards Monday night, with senior Zane Henderson taking home the lion’s share of the hardware.
RICHLAND — Hanford dominated the final Mid-Columbia Conference girls golf POD match Monday at par-72 Columbia Point in Richland, but it took Walla Walla High School’s Jessica Huntsman to break up the Falcons’ party at the top of the standings.
SPOKANE — Walla Walla High School’s boys golfers finished sixth out of 20 schools at the Inland Empire Tournament held at Spokane Country Club Monday in the Blue Devils’ final golf tournament of the regular season.
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