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KENNEWICK — Wa-Hi struggled here Thursday night as Kamiakin dominated 25-15, 25-13, 25-19 in a Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball match.
KENNEWICK — Courtney Cox led Walla Walla High School harriers with a second-place finish at the Mid-Columbia Conference cross country meet at Lawrence Scott Park here on Thursday.
WALLA WALLA — Pasco won a Mid-Columbia Conference girls soccer match with Walla Walla High School on the Blue Devils’ pitch Thursday, 4-1.
Wa-Hi rides a four-game winning streak into Friday’s game against Southridge.
The duo of Reece Carman and Madi Doepker racked up 25 kills, but the Blue Devils’ poor defense led to a four-set Chiawana victory on Thursday.
Walla Walla High School’s girls soccer team fell to Chiawana here Tuesday, 5-0.
Walla Walla High School girls swimming team tried to hang onto summer here Saturday in swimming action at the Tri-Cities Championships.
An early Pasco goal proved to be enough here Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium in Mid-Columbia Conference girls soccer action. The Bulldogs rode that one goal to a 1-0 win over Walla Walla
Wa-Hi entered its Mid-Columbia Conference football game with Pasco on Friday night looking to extend its winning streak to four games before a partisan homecoming crowd at Borleske Stadium.
WALLA WALLA — After jumping out to a strong start, the Walla Walla High School volleyball team stumbled to a four-set loss against Pasco in the Blue Devil gym on Thursday.
WALLA WALLA — It was a big night for Natalie Fink, as her four victories led the Walla Walla High School girls swim team to a dual-meet win against Southridge.
The Wa-Hi football team enters its homecoming game with Pasco following three straight victories.
It took a late rally, but the Walla Walla High School volleyball team beat Hanford in five sets here Tuesday.
Hanford took home a 3-0 Mid-Columbia Conference girls soccer victory from Walla Walla High School on the Blue Devil pitch on Tuesday.
WALLA WALLA — You can’t teach tall. So at 6-foot-3½, Wa-Hi’s Reece Carman already has a leg up on just about anyone who will oppose her from the other side of the net during this fall’s Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball season.
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