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Walla Walla squanders a chance deep in Kamiakin territory as the Braves score twice before halftime.
The final two minutes of the second quarter proved to be a pre-Halloween nightmare for Walla Walla High School during its Mid-Columbia Conference and regular-season football finale with Kamiakin on Friday night at Lampson Stadium.
Weston-McEwen warms up for the state playoffs next week with a thriller against the league’s unbeaten champs.
The Weston-McEwen TigerScots stepped forward, entrenched their feet and held their ground for 48 thrilling minutes as a runaway freight train tried to plow through their football field on a cool, misty Friday night.
Griswold High School’s volleyball team, the 11th seed in the state championship tournament, won the opening set of its second-round playoff at sixth-seeded Crane High, but wound up losing the match in five, 22-25, 25-17, 25-23, 22-25 and 15-12, Saturday.
Weston-McEwen junior Hayden Scott turned in a third-place performance Saturday during the Oregon Class 3A/2A/1A state cross country championships at Lane Community College.
Travis Crockett scores five touchdowns, and Waitsburg’s defense forces four turnovers inside Tri-Cities Prep’s 30, for the win.
An opportunistic Waitsburg defense — plus Travis Crockett — powered the Cardinals to a 41-15 victory over Tri-Cities Prep in Southeast 2B football action here Thursday at Edgar Brown Stadium.
Colton Ball runs for four touchdowns as the Panthers defeat visiting DeSales, 28-7, Thursday night.
Panthers sophomore Colton Ball ran roughshod over DeSales in the first half here Thursday night as Asotin defeated the Irish 28-7 in a Southeast 2B-11 League football game.
Washington small school and Wa-Hi runners head to Spokane, and Oregon to state in Eugene.
The Walla Walla Valley will enjoy strong representation at the Regional Cross Country Championships Saturday in Medical Lake near Spokane at Fairways Golf Course, as well as Class 4A at Wandermere Golf Course.
The McLoughlin High School girls cross country team, seven strong, races the rest of Oregon for the state championship Saturday in Eugene at Lane Community College.
WAITSBURG — Coach Angie Potts saw marked improvement in her Waitsburg volleyball team here Thursday in a three-set loss to rival Dayton, and that bodes well for the Cardinals heading into Monday’s tiebreaker game against DeSales.
Walla Walla High individuals and relay teams advanced to the District 5/6/7 girls swimming finals on Saturday with top finishes at the preliminaries at Moses Lake High on Thursday.
Wa-Hi has secured a postseason berth, but coach Eric Hisaw says the Blue Devils will give it their all Friday at Lampson Stadium.
A pair of playoff-bound football teams will collide Friday night at Kennewick’s Lampson Stadium when the Wa-Hi Blue Devils oppose Mid-Columbia Conference rival Kamiakin in the regular-season finale for both schools.
Walla Walla High’s volleyball team ended its season with a three-set Mid-Columbia Conference loss to Pasco here Tuesday night.
Waitsburg’s volleyball players had to rally from behind against their former teammates before the Cardinals edged the Prescott Tigers in a five-set match, 25-19, 18-25, 22-25, 25-22 and 15-10, Tuesday.
Six different Prescott High School boys scored at least one goal Tuesday, as the Tigers clobbered Moses Lake Christian, 9-1, in their soccer match at home.
Walla Walla Valley Academy closed out its regular volleyball season here Tuesday night with a straight-set victory over Asotin, 25-13, 25-19, 25-11.
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