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WALLA WALLA — Donovan Romero and Joey Camacho led the Walla Walla High School wrestlers with victories Tuesday in Mid-Columbia Conference wrestling action against Southridge.
A night after dropping a 56-54 decision to Southridge, Walla Walla High School came out firing here Saturday in a Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball victory, 68-38, over the Pasco Bulldogs.
A Kate Ferenz bucket three minutes in gave Walla Walla a 4-2 lead here Saturday in girls Mid-Columbia Conference basketball action.
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball team finished second at the Lewiston Holiday Tournament, as the Blue Devils lost to Clarkston 72-54 in the Championship game on Saturday.
Walla Walla High School finished fifth and Mac-Hi took ninth here at the Free-Berry wrestling tournament Saturday.
Walla Walla High School’s Mikayla Ferenz locked up MVP honors in style as she helped the Blue Devils defend their title at the Lewiston Holiday Tournament Saturday.
After scoring only 40 points in a 51-40 loss to Chiawana Friday, Walla Walla High School shot the lights out on the way to a 68-43 Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball win over Kennewick here Saturday.
A night after Chiawana spoiled the Walla Walla High School boys
The Walla Walla High School wrestling team went 2-2 in a pair of dual matches here Friday at the Best of the West tournament.
With several top swimmers out due to illness or scheduling conflicts, Walla Walla High School’s boys swimming team had plenty of obstacles to overcome in a dual meet with Selah and East Valley Saturday at Whitman’s Harvey Pool.
A well-rounded team effort propelled the Walla Walla High School wrestling squad to a Mid-Columbia Conference dual victory against Kennewick on Thursday.
McLoughlin High School and Walla Walla High School finished 11th and 12th, respectively, at the Muilenburg Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.
Donovan Romero’s pin at 195 pounds secures Wa-Hi’s 40-34 dual-meet victory Thursday.
Tyler Jones qualifies for state in the 500 Free as Wa-Hi defeats Cheney, 110-61.
Four Wa-Hi boys score in double figures as the Blue Devils hold off a late Pendleton run.
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