January 24, 2015
January 24, 2015
January 17, 2015
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball team got a game-high 21 points from Paul Babbitt here Saturday night during a 58-36 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Pasco. Babbitt knocked down 7-of-10 field goal tries, including five from 3-point range, as the Blue Devils improved to 6-6 in the MCC and 10-8 overall.
Despite finishing in a 36-36 tie, the Walla Walla High School wrestling team won its dual with Richland by virtue of scoring the most points at the beginning of the match.
The Blue Devil boys swim team beats the Falcons, 90-80, but falls to the Bombers, 93-77, on Tuesday.
Wa-Hi’s girls force Kennewick into 34 turnovers and just 35 percent shooting from the floor as they remain undefeated in MCC play.
The Blue Devil boys’ buzzer-beater just misses the mark as the Lions escape with a 47-46 win on Tuesday.
Former Walla Walla High player Jamie Weisner, now a junior guard at Oregon State, is espnW’s player of the week.
The Wa-Hi boys team outscores the Riverhawks 16-4 over the final period to pull out a 63-51 win.
Mikayla and Kate Ferenz combine for 42 points as the Blue Devils beat Chiawana, 75-61, Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School boys swim team doused the competition in Yakima on Saturday.
Walla Walla High graduates Toby Long (Class of 1983) and Andy Thompson (Class of 1999) will be inducted into the Blue Devil Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of the Blue Devil boys basketball game against Chiawana on Saturday. Tip-off fis 7:30 p.m. at the Wa-Hi main gym.
Wa-Hi senior Cadet Captain Nathan Brewer officially commits to the U.S. Military Academy Division I rifle team.
Total pins proved to be the determining factor here Thursday as Wa-Hi dropped a bowling match to the host Eagles.
The Walla Walla High School swim team raced to a 99-71 win over Wenatchee at Whitman College’s Harvey Pool on Saturday.
A suffocating Walla Walla High School man-to-man defense held Kamiakin to three third-quarter points, as the Blue Devils turned a 22-16 halftime deficit into a 44-37 Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball win Saturday night.
It takes a whole team to win in Mid-Columbia Conference basketball.
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