After boasting the NWAACC’s eighth-ranked offense a season ago, the Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team could be even more dangerous this season.
The WWCC women’s basketball team returns just one starter from last year’s squad that finished 12-2 in league play, 18-7 overall.
With the help of two friends, 45-year-old quadriplegic Troy Bird finds a way to hunt.
Jason Gesser led WSU to the 2002 Rose Bowl, and spoke of his life experiences at Garrison Middle School’s AVID class on Thursday.
Wa-Hi’s football playoff run earns eight players all-MCC honors, and Eric Hisaw Coach of the Year.
Wa-Hi’s Mikayla Ferenz, Madi Doepker, Reece Carman and Lauren Likes are joined by DeSales’ Cameron Richman signing.
Wa-Hi’s new girls bowling team gets its first look at competition Thursday when the Blue Devils head to Pasco to face the Bulldogs.
SPOKANE — After staying within one point up to halftime, Wa-Hi could only watch as Gonzaga Prep flexed its muscle through the second half.
With the regular season in its rearview, there’s only one thing separating the Walla Walla High School football team from the state playoff bracket:
WALLA WALLA — Dropped passes, penalties and turnovers made Borleske Stadium feel like a haunted house for the Walla Walla High School football team. With second place in the Mid Columbia Conference on the line, Kamiakin took advantage of the Blue Devils’ miscues and sealed the victory, 35-13, on Friday.
In a little over eight months, the Dub Dub Seahawkers have gone from a mere idea to a 160-member club.
Wa-Hi seeks its first win against Kamiakin since 2002 when the Braves come to Borleske at 7 p.m. tonight.
WALLA WALLA — It was only fitting that the DeSales volleyball team closed out a straight-set victory over Waitsburg-Prescott with senior Alyssa James at the service line.
RICHLAND — For the first time since 2009, the Walla Walla High School football team is back in the playoffs.
Walla Walla High School football coach Eric Hisaw didn’t mince words when describing how important tonight’s game against Hanford is.
Frank Mutz is welcomed as the second manager in franchise history Tuesday evening.
In what proved to be a game of chess between the Mid-Columbia Conference’s top two football teams, Riverhawk running back Austin Urlacher solidified his spot as the most valuable piece on the board.
Wa-Hi and Chiawana, the two undefeated teams in the MCC, square off tonight at Borleske Stadium.
Wa-Hi quarterback Trever Coronado has incorporated the passing game into his repertoire, adding to his running abilities, under the tutelage of Blue Devil coaches Eric Hisaw and Pat Graham.
Most kids can only dream about scoring a touchdown while the crowd goes wild.
Wa-Hi emerges from halftime and scores 14 unanswered points to stay unbeaten in MCC play.
Wa-Hi looks to stay unbeaten in MCC play by shutting down Southridge’s runners tonight at Lampson Stadium.
Wa-Hi’s girls battle Hanford into two overtimes before the Falcons steal the 1-0 victory on Tuesday.
WALLA WALLA — The Wa-Hi locker room was electric as the team began its post-victory ritual of tallying its points.
Wa-Hi last defeated Richland 1,806 days ago, and coach Eric Hisaw wants to change that number tonight at Borleske.
PASCO — There was no play that encapsulated Wa-Hi’s commanding 54-14 win over Pasco better than Willie Hayes’ 53-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter.
The Bulldogs bring the MCC’s top-ranked passing attack into tonight’s game against the Blue Devils at Edgar Brown Stadium.
After a slow first half, Wa-Hi finishes with 217 rushing yards and its first victory.
The Blue Devils shut out the Lions 28-0 last year, and expect them to be looking for revenge in the MCC opener at Borleske.
Wa-Hi’s swimmers have no problem with the Suns in a 111-59 victory Tuesday night at Harvey Pool.
YAKIMA — Heartbreaker. As Davis kicker Jesse Nickens sent a game-winning 31-yard field goal through the uprights as time expired, the Blue Devils felt that feeling firsthand.
Davis running back Jackson Lewis, who had 223 yards on 28 carries last week, is in Wa-Hi’s sights tonight in Yakima.
Walla Walla’s Kirk Scott places at the US Track and Field National Junior Olympics in shot put, discus and javelin.
The Storm force four Wa-Hi turnovers, including a pick-six, in the 17-7 loss.
The Storm, Wa-Hi’s opening opponent, has been to the state playoffs the last nine years.
DeSales sophomore Kaylee Brown dreams of playing college softball.
Walla Walla holds a 9-2 sixth-inning lead and hangs on for a 9-7 victory over Victoria.
Mexico’s Ana Paula Valdes fires her second straight 4-under 68 to lead her team to a seven-stroke victory.
Southern California takes a three-stroke lead over defending champs Mexico into today’s final round.
The defending champions hold a one-stroke lead over Southern California after the opening round at Walla Walla Country Club.
Outfielder Andrew Mendenhall makes his second appearance, while Jarod Gonzales and Sean Bouchard make their debut.
NFL quarterback Kellen Clemens has a camp with 12 young players Tuesday morning.
A look inside the challenges associated with recruiting to a small school such as Walla Walla’s Whitman College.
Walla Walla wins the opener, 6-4, but drops the nightcap, 6-2, as the teams make up Tuesday’s rainout.
Spenser Hobson goes seven stellar innings in his season debut as Walla Walla takes the 6-2 win over Kelowna Wednesday night.
Cougar Athletic Director Bill Moos and new men’s basketball coach Ernie Kent meet local supporters Tuesday at Sapolil Cellars.
The Walla Walla Sweets open the 2014 season with the alumni game tonight before hosting Bellingham for a three-game series.
Many area baseball and softball teams are in district and regional play this weekend, while others await their upcoming foes.
Walla Walla’s Marty Cook ends his pro disc golf career at the world championship in August, but his son Brian is just getting started.
Whitman’s women’s basketball run to the national title game leads to a sweep of BMSA honors.