June 14, 2013
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WALLA WALLA — For the majority of a decade, Waitsburg-Prescott has dominated District 9 in boys track and field.
The TigerScots pick up two seventh-inning runs to avenge last year’s softball play-in loss to Echo/Stanfield.
Touchet scores early and Makayla Bishop shuts Liberty Christian down from the circle for a 5-0 District 9 1B softball victory Tuesday.
Dean Atkinson ties for second at the district golf tournament to lead the Blue Devils to the team mark.
PASCO — Jessica Huntsman played bogey golf Tuesday at the final round of the girls District 5 golf tournament and, although she wasn’t entirely happy with her 12-over 84, it was good enough to get her to state.
DeSales avenges one of its two losses this season with an 8-3 win over La Grande, and now readies for the regional tourney Saturday.
Ryan Baumgart leads DeSales’ boys to the championship as 2B golfers advance to the state tournament.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High School senior golfers Nick Atwood and Dean Atkinson were neck-and-neck this season in the aggregate scoring, with Atkinson finishing the season in fourth place in individual scoring and Atwood fifth.
Wa-Hi’s Jessica Huntsman cards an 84 to finish in fourth place after the first round of districts.
PASCO — Wa-Hi’s girls brought home the Mid-Columbia Conference District tennis championship after a hot tournament concluded here Saturday, behind a couple of district-title performances.
PASCO — Wa-Hi’s boys tennis players filled regional alternate spots in both singles and doubles after the Mid-Columbia Conference District tournament the concluded here Saturday.
WALLA WALLA — The last time DeSales High School’s softball team played Waitsburg-Prescott
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla High School girls golf team is looking for volunteers to help host the first day of the District 5 tournament at Veterans Memorial Golf Course Course, starting at 9 a.m. Monday.
ARLINGTON — The Weston-McEwen and Helix girls finished first and third, respectively, in a 14-team field during the Arlington Invitational track and field meet here Saturday.
BAKER — McLoughlin High School’s Kristi Childers took first in the 100-meter dash (12.99 seconds) and third in the 100 hurdles (16.95) to lead the Mac-Hi girls track team in a field of 19 teams at the Baker Invite Friday.
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