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Ten different Weston-McEwen boy’s basketball players scored as the TigerScots dropped Culver, 60-28, on Saturday at the Sherman County Invitational.
Early foul trouble hampered the Waitsburg-Prescott High School boy’s basketball team, as W-P fell to Pomeroy, 59-46, on Saturday.
Despite jumping out to an early lead, the McLoughlin High School boys basketball team couldn’t hold off Sherman County, as the home team won, 69-61, at the Sherman County Invitational on Saturday. The Pioneers’ game on Friday was canceled.
Walla Walla High School used an 18-0 second quarter run to build a 36-7 lead at the half against West Valley on Saturday. Coupled with a 70-47 win over Davis Friday, the Blue Devils cruised to their second victory of the young season with a 66-36 win over West Valley of Yakima in girls non-league basketball action.
The Walla Walla High School boys swim team opened its season with the five-team Eastern Washington Invitational at Whitman College’s Harvey Pool on Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School girl’s bowling team picked up its first win of the season, 3-1, over Connell at Bowlaway Lanes on Thursday.
Wa-Hi’s boys team loses its top three scorers off last year’s squad, and needs to figure out how to replace that offense.
Four Blue Devils advanced to the regional tournament last year, but want to go farther this season.
New Wa-Hi coach Chris Ferenz takes over a team that finished 16-4 last season and advanced to the regional tournament.
The Blue Devils are led by Nathan Brewer’s victory at the Washington State Civilian Marksmanship Program 3-position air rifle match.
The Bulldogs come up with 16 assists on 19 made field goals as Dayton drops Garfield-Palouse in its season opener.
SUMNER, Wash. — With the state title hanging in the balance, the Waitsburg-Prescott High School soccer team fought valiantly but couldn’t overcome Mountain Vernon Christian, as W-P fell, 2-1, Saturday.
Six Walla Walla High School marksmen traveled to Spokane last weekend to compete in the Washington State Indoor Rifle Championship.
Jim Greene saw it coming midway in the season.
Friday’s Oregon, Washington prep football scores
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