Walla Walla High School Sports


Blue Devils under the weather, fall to Hanford at Atomic Bowl

Hanford swept past Walla Walla High in a Mid-Columbia Conference girls bowling match at Atomic Bowl on Thursday.

All-League Roundup: Six Wa-Hi football players all-MCC

Six Walla Walla High football players earned all-Mid-Columbia Conference honors following their season.

Walla Walla girls bowl over Riverhawks, 3-1

Walla Walla High’s girls bowlers picked off three Mid-Columbia Conference matches with Chiawana to win the match, 3-1, at Bowlaway Lanes on Monday.

Former Wa-Hi standout scores 24 in Oregon State win

Former Walla Walla High School standout Jamie Weisner scored a game-high 24 points Friday night to lead nationally-ranked Oregon State to a 110-45 victory over Longwood in its season-opening women’s college basketball game that was witnessed by 2,651 fans at Gill Coliseum.

Gardner sets Wa-Hi swimming record at state

Wa-Hi’s Paige Gardner set a school record in the finals of the 100 freestyle Saturday night during the final session of the Class 4A state girls swimming championships at the King County Aquatics Center.

Softball Blue Devils skipper resigns

Walla Walla High School head softball coach Kate Keyes resigned last week after three seasons at the helm of her alma mater, which included a climb all the way to the state championship game in 2014.

Wa-Hi bowlers fall to Bulldogs

Walla Walla High School’s girls opened their second season of Mid-Columbia Conference bowling Thursday, hosting Pasco at Bowlaway Lanes.

Blue Devils shoot in Spokane

SPOKANE — The Walla Walla High School JROTC Battalion Precision Rifle Team traveled to Spokane on Nov. 1 to compete in the USA Shooting Smallbore and Air Rifle Preliminary Tryout match, with Blue Devil junior Cadet Staff Sergeant Daniel Enger taking second in the smallbore 3x40 match.

College Place’s Rooks wins state race

College Place High School sophomore Kenneth Rooks finishes ahead of 140 runners at the state championships.

“I’m just going to do my best, run my race,” College Place state 1B/2B state cross country qualifier Kenneth Rooks said in an UB interview prior to Saturday’s state championship race. “I’m just going to try and tell myself that I can do it.”

Blue Devils draw blanks at Gonzaga Prep, 42-0

Walla Walla High School’s 2015 football season ended with a thud Friday night at Bullpup Stadium.

Rooks runs to state

College Place High’s Kenneth Rooks is undefeated this season, and leads Walla Walla Valley harriers at the Washington state cross country races Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

Every time College Place High School sophomore Kenneth Rooks has entered a prep cross country race, he’s just happened to win.

Wa-Hi’s up-and-down season heads to Spokane

The Blue Devils have had highs and lows this year, and face undefeated Gonzaga Prep Friday night in Spokane.

Walla Walla High School’s 2015 football season has had its share of ups and downs.

Column: Wa-Hi grad gives take on prayer

Joe Kennedy, an assistant football coach at Bremerton High School, takes a knee after the final whistle sounds, setting off a choir of holy unrest.

Wa-Hi’s Gardner captures district title

Paige Gardner wins the girls’ 100-meter free style race and qualifies for state.

Walla Walla High School’s Paige Gardner swam into Saturday’s 100 free style finals here in District 5/6/7 girls swimming action with a second place finish in the preliminary round.

Leinweber, Iben qualify for state

Walla Walla High School’s Erika Leinweber and Alex Iben qualified for the 4A state cross country championship here Saturday in district 5/8 cross country regional action.


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