Country Club superintendent Jeff Blanc will be part of the field crew at Chambers Bay Golf Course.
Despite missing 12 players from the roster, Walla Walla opens the West Coast League season against Medford at home on Friday.
Monday’s turnout was only a microcosm of the turnaround taking shape at Veterans Memorial Golf Course.
After both Dayton and DeSales opened the 2B state softball tournament with a win, they found trouble in the second round.
The school calendar may be coming to a close, but for a handful of Washington prep softball and baseball teams, this weekend is the start of things to come.
Wa-Hi’s baseball team reaches the state tourney for the first time since 2011, and opens against Moses Lake Saturday.
Wa-Hi’s softball team enters regional play Saturday needing just one win to advance to state.
Construction on the new track at Walla Walla High School begins this summer.
It didn’t take long for McLoughlin High’s defending Oregon state Class 4A champion softball team to make its presence known at the 39th annual Blue Mountain Youth Recognition Evening.
DeSales’ Emily Baumgart has low score at the seven-team tourney with an 80, while Pomeroy’s Tyson Feider cards an 83.
It’s a perfect pairing, really.
With two outs and Mac-Hi trailing 4-2 in the top of the seventh inning, Abi Biggs knew she needed to make something happen. The Pioneer pinch hitter had come up in clutch situations before, but Wednesday’s showdown with Walla Walla High School was different. With the stands packed and fans surrounding the sidelines, Biggs delivered a decisive two-run shot over the right-center field wall to send the non-league matchup to extra innings.
As soon as he opened the envelope, Art Guglielmelli recognized the championship buckle.
DeSales finishes with three of the top four scores at the seven-team tournament on Wednesday.
Disabled runner Isreal Ramsey competes in his first high school meet.
The Warriors’ stellar pitching is accompanied by strong offense in 10-0 and 7-0 baseball wins over Big Bend on Wednesday.
Blustery conditions don’t dampen action in Dayton, as the host Bulldogs’ girls team and Waitsburg-Prescott boys tally wins.
Twenty-six teams invade Shockman Field on Friday for the annual track and field extravaganza.
Even with the long list of big wins the Gonzaga basketball program has amassed, there’s still one loss that sends a chill down the spine of Bulldog fans.
DeSales’ Emily Baumgart leads the entire field, as the Irish boys win the opening round of the Cup.
The Wa-Hi baseball team brings back eight seniors as the Blue Devils look to advance past regionals.
After finishing one win short of a state title last season, the Walla Walla High School softball team is approaching this campaign one day at a time.
SPOKANE — On a roster featuring five seniors with state tournament experience, a pair of Pomeroy freshmen proved to be the difference on Friday.
SPOKANE — With Walla Walla Valley Academy trailing by 14 points in the fourth of the 2B state tournament, junior Zayne Browning wasn’t about to let the Knights go down quietly.
SPOKANE — Neah Bay used an 8-0 run at the start of the fourth quarter to finish off Pomeroy in the quarterfinals of the 1B state basketball tournament on Thursday.
SPOKANE — Entering Thursday’s state quarterfinal game, Walla Walla Valley Academy and Brewster High School couldn’t have been any more different.
By this time of the prep basketball season, only the strong survive.
New WWCC softball coach Shawna Juarez faces a tough preseason after this weekend’s crossover.
Mac-Hi already has the Special District 4 Regional title in hand, and look for more hardware in Portland.
The WWCC baseball team has a different look as it has a challenging four weeks before NWAC games begin.
The Missionaries head to George Fox to face the highly ranked Bruins in the Northwest Conference semifinals tonight.
Whitman hosts Lewis & Clark tonight with an eye on the NWC championship.
With ‘February for Foodies’ in full swing, the Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center hosted 15 couples for a cooking class on Valentine’s Day.
Mac-Hi’s Jeffrey Jones and Cole Skramstad focus on returning to the state wrestling tournament, and begin their quest for a state title Saturday when the Pioneers host the regional competition.
With its season on the line, the Walla Walla High School boys basketball team put together two of the biggest plays of the season in the final minute of regulation against Pasco on Tuesday.
After doubling its membership in the last two years, the Walla Walla Pétanque club seeks a public terrain to host tournaments.
Wa-Hi’s Dylan Steele has a game-high 23 points in the Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Southridge.
The Blue Devils manhandle Southridge, 48-29, Tuesday night to remain undefeated in the Mid-Columbia Conference.
If there was one word to sum up Walla Walla’s John Wilcox, winner would be fitting. From a successful football career to a Hall of Fame coaching career — not to mention a 53-year marriage with three kids — success has been standard for Wilcox.
Dynasty is a term tossed out too much in today’s sports world. But when it comes to Super Bowl XLIX, both New England and Seattle have reason to toss around the ‘D’ word.
Wa-Hi’s girls force Kennewick into 34 turnovers and just 35 percent shooting from the floor as they remain undefeated in MCC play.
The Blue Devil boys’ buzzer-beater just misses the mark as the Lions escape with a 47-46 win on Tuesday.
Walla Walla Valley Academy’s pace is too much for the Irish in a 69-54 SE2B boys victory Wednesday.
Teresa Acock leads DeSales’ second-half onslaught in the Knights’ gym Wednesday night.
Waitsburg-Prescott sophomore wrestler Dejay Lalka isn’t letting a missing leg slow him down.
Satchel Schetzle’s 75-foot bomb to end the first half sets the tone as WWCC hits 20 treys in the 100-70 win over Yakima Valley.
The Warriors contain Yaks leading scorer AJ Yarlott and remain unbeaten in NWAC East play with the 69-52 win on Wednesday.
The Blue Devils beat Southridge for the first time in Dallas Jones’ three years as head coach at Wa-Hi.
Gabe Porter has always been a shooter — now he’s expanding his game.
The new College Place High School's football stadium just got its bleachers.