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Richland denied Wa-Hi its first volleyball victory of the season Thursday night with a 25-11, 25-12, 25-16 Columbia Basin Conference victory in the Blue Devils gym.
Wa-Hi has its annual muscular dystrophy fundraiser when Pasco comes to town Friday night.
Could have. Should have. Would have. Three phrases that could have applied to the Walla Walla High School football team in the aftermath of its 39-36 loss at Kennewick last Thursday night.
The Blue Devils won the first set before dropping the last three, losing the Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball match to Southridge, 28-30, 25-23, 25-13 and 25-17, Tuesday at home.
SEATTLE — Walla Walla High’s girls cross country team took fifth at the Sundodger Invitational here Saturday.
Junior goalkeeper Billie Paul made 10 saves for the Blue Devils as they held strong against a relentless attack from first-place Southridge, but the Walla Walla High School girls’ soccer team failed to muster much offense in a 4-0 loss to the Mid-Columbia Conference leaders Saturday at home.
KENNEWICK — Walla Walla High’s girls swimming team picked up a 111-72 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Southridge at Serier Pool here Thursday.
KENNEWICK — Walla Walla High’s volleyball team dropped a hard-fought Mid-Columbia Conference match with Kennewick here Thursday.
KENNEWICK — Walla Walla High junior running back Brennan Barberich rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns on only 10 carries, and senior Noah Porter took 14 handoffs for 97 yards, but the Blue Devils lost, 39-36, to Kennewick in a wild Mid-Columbia Conference contest Thursday night at Neil F. Lampson Stadium.
Wa-Hi displays ‘assured calm’ this week in practice after its win over Davis, as the Blue Devils prep for Kennewick tonight.
Walla Walla High School football coach Eric Hisaw said his team displayed “assured calm” this week during practice sessions leading up to tonight’s Mid-Columbia Conference clash with Kennewick at Lampson Stadium.
Walla Walla High School cross country competed here Saturday in the Highlander Invitational Cross Country meet.
A pair of first-half touchdowns off the right arm of junior quarterback Mitchell Lesmeister and a stellar defensive effort after halftime were keys Friday night as Wall Walla High School opened the home portion of its 2015 football schedule with a 20-10 victory over Davis at Borleske Stadium.
The Blue Devils won the first set but dropped the next three in a row, as Walla Walla High School’s volleyball team lost the Thursday match at Hanford High, 25-16, 22-25, 22-25 and 10-25.
Walla Walla High School football coach Eric Hisaw stated this week that it was “self-inflicted wounds” — such as squandered scoring opportunities and a lack of defensive consistency — that contributed to his team’s season-opening 30-6 loss to Skyview, but that the sub-par performace was “not indicative” of the Blue Devils’ 2015 identity.
Host Pasco handed Walla Walla High’s girls soccer team a 2-1 defeat in the Blue Devils’ Mid-Columbia Conference opener on Tuesday.
Skyview pulls away from Wa-Hi to win the season-opener over the Blue Devils, 30-6, Friday night.
Walla Walla High School quarterback Mitch Lesmeister tossed a four-yard, second-quarter touchdown pass to J.C. Wicklund to bring the Blue Devils within three, 9-6, of Class 4A powerhouse Skyview during the season-opening football game for both schools Friday night at the Kiggins Bowl.
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