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Wa-Hi improved its Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball record to 10-1 and its overall mark to 14-3 Saturday night with a 57-41 victory over Hanford in the Blue Devil gym.
The Walla Walla High boys swim team brought home two victories over Prosser and Grandview Thursday.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School’s wrestlers witnessed some strong performances from underclassmen in a 57-18 Mid-Columbia Conference dual meet victory over Kamiakin in the Blue Devil gym Thursday night.
The Blue Devil four-some scores 2,269 out of 2,400 points to edge North Salem.
Southridge used a fourth-quarter rally to beat the Blue Devils earlier this season, but Wa-Hi smacked the Suns, 64-43, on Tuesday.
Wa-Hi coach Jill Meliah’s halftime harangue results in a 26-point third quarter and a 69-38 win over Southridge.
The Walla Walla High School boys swim team beat Wenatchee in a tight meet by a score of 89-81.
Wa-Hi’s boys basketball team advanced its Mid-Columbia Conference record to 5-3 and improved to 9-5 overall with two victories over the weekend.
Wa-Hi’s girls basketball team ran its winning streak to nine games, raised its Mid-Columbia Conference record to 6-1 and its overall mark to 11-3 after sweeping a pair of league contests over the weekend.
Andrew Jenkins and Sarah Jameson lead the Blue Devil JROTC Rifle Team to a victory in the standing precision event.
The Blue Devil boys swim team opens the meet singing the national anthem and ends with a 186-100 victory over the Rams.
Mikayla Ferenz poured in a game-high 20 points to lead the Walla Walla High School girls basketball team past Richland 60-50 on Saturday.
Richland lived up to its advance hype here Saturday in boys Mid-Columbia Conference
The Blue Devil boys held a two-point lead heading into the 400 Freestyle Relay, but are edged 87-83.
For Wa-Hi seniors Spencer Locati, Eric Klicker and Gabe Porter, this season has been a long time in the making.
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