May 30, 2015
May 30, 2015
The Blue Devil boys golf team beats Richland by two strokes with a team total of 319.
Walla Walla High School joined representatives of over 100 schools here Saturday at Edgar Brown Memorial stadium at the Pasco track and field Invitational.
The Blue Devils get their first Mid-Columbia Conference sweep of the season Friday.
The visiting Blue Devils pounced on Hanford pitcher Caitlin Bishop for eight runs in the first inning and never looked back.
The Blue Devil boys down Chiawana, 5-2, while the girls are edged, 4-3.
Walla Walla High School senior Madelyn Sirmon signed her National Letter of Intent on Thursday to attend and compete on the women’s track and field team at Utah State University.
The Blue Devils outdistance five other track and field teams at the meet on Wednesday.
Richland took over first place in the Mid-Columbia Conference boys golf standings here Wednesday at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course.
Ryan Kimball pitches a complete-game, 10-0 shutout for the Blue Devils’ opening win, but Kamiakin rallies for a 5-3 win in the nightcap
Walla Walla High School and Kamiakin split a pair of one-run games in Mid-Columbia Conference softball action on Tuesday.
In its first Mid-Columbia Conference match away from Walla Walla, the Wa-Hi boys team handled Southridge, 6-1, on Tuesday.
YAKIMA — Wa-Hi’s Mitch Jacobson cleared 6 feet, 8 inches in the high jump here Saturday at the Davis Invitational to tie a school record.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High’s boys and girls tennis teams headed to the Tri-City Invite at multiple high schools on Friday and Saturday, with Cole Woelfle and Colton Norsworthy picking up first-place finishes.
Martin Berrera’s goal in the final minutes send the Wa-Hi boys soccer team past Kennewick, 2-1.
The Blue Devils combine for 30 runs on 27 hits in 13-0 and 17-1 wins over the Lions on Friday.
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