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Walla Walla High School’s football team placed three players on All-Mid-Columbia Conference first teams following the Blue Devils’ 6-4 season.
WALLA WALLA — After setting a Walla Walla High School record and finishing third in state in the 100 backstroke during her junior year, Emma Timm-Ballard was sure she would be a college swimmer.
Walla Walla High 2012 graduate and Bates College sophomore Gregg Heller is a member of the Bates men’s team that placed fifth last weekend in their New England Regional race.
Mackenzie Hale swims in the 500 Freestyle at the state meet this weekend.
One thing was certain heading into Friday’s Class 4A crossover football game between the Mid-Columbia Conference’s Wa-Hi Blue Devils and the Central Valley Bears of the Greater Spokane League.
Wa-Hi and Waitsburg-Prescott runners head to Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco for the races.
Wa-Hi faces crossover foe Central Valley, with the winner reaching .500 on the season, at Borleske on Friday.
Courtney Cox led the Walla Walla High cross country contingent on the 2013 All-Mid-Columbia Conference teams with her first-team selection.
Wa-Hi’s Nathan Brewer and Daniel Enger both take top honors at the National Air Rifle match.
Walla Walla High School finished third here Saturday at the District 5/6 girls swimming meet.
Ethan Gardner booted a 23-yard field goal with 5:19 left in the first quarter on Friday night to give Wa-Hi a 3-0 lead over Chiawana in Mid-Columbia Conference football action at Borleske Stadium.
Walla Walla High School’s girls cross country team is headed to state for the first time in almost two decades.
Walla Walla High School’s Madi Doepker and Reece Carman were selected honorable mention on the Mid-Columbia All-Conference teams released Saturday.
WALLA WALLA — In all of Michael Locati’s years around the Walla Walla High School cross country team — and he’s been involved in some way since he was a Blue Devil in the 1980s before starting his coaching career there in the 1990s — he’s never experienced a team quite like this year’s girls squad.
Chiawana brings the Mid-Columbia Conference’s top offense and defense against Wa-Hi Friday night.
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