Taking in the vibrant beauty of the Masters Tournament has become easier with the advent of high-definition television.
Jesse Houser throws WWCC to a 6-3 opening victory over the Chukars, before Cody Mathews pitches TVCC to a 4-3 win.
A lackluster 6-3 opening loss to Columbia Basin is followed by a much better showing in WWCC’s 8-4 victory in the nightcap.
Sophomore JJ Robinson hits three home runs in the doubleheader sweep against Wenatchee Valley.
Jordy Storm’s two-out, two-run single in the sixth inning breaks a four-all tie as Wa-Hi opens the softball season with the victory.
Wa-Hi’s baseball team adds ‘competition’ to its list as a heavy group of upperclassmen lead the Blue Devils into the season.
Blue Devil head coach Kate Keyes says her senior leadership will pass on postseason expectations to younger players.
Heather Johns scores a career-high 30 points as Whitman downs Puget Sound, 77-60, to play for the NWC title on Saturday.
The Missionary men fall to the Loggers, 71-66, in the Northwest Conference semifinal matchup Thursday.
The Warrior baseball team led the NWAACC in home runs and were near the top in other offensive statistics last season.
17-year-old Alex Lybbert wins a silver medal at the World Karate Championships
The Weston-McEwen boys held a one-point lead late in overtime, but poor free throw shooting and rebounding came back to haunt the TigerScots as they were eliminated from the Blue Mountain Conference basketball playoffs on Saturday.
Pomeroy sends Wyatt Hyer, Taylor Lewis and Everett Stevenson to the state tournament this weekend.
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball season came to an abrupt end at the hands of Chiawana’s Victor Koval on Friday.
A night after controlling Richland, 72-40, the Walla Walla High School girls basketball team could not replicate its success against Chiawana.
The Warrior women earn their 14th straight tournament berth after posting a 60-58 win over Spokane on Wednesday.
The WWCC men edge Spokane, 95-92, on Wednesday to remain in contention for the NWAACC tournament.
Rather Tim coaches the Indian boys and mother Missy leads the Indian girls, with four of the five offspring playing for them.
Both the Walla Walla High School boys and girls basketball teams had extra motivation on Friday.
Behind a dominant rebounding performance and clutch free throw shooting, the Walla Walla High School girls basketball team downed Chiawana 50-47 in overtime on Friday.
It was a fitting senior night for Walla Walla High School hooper Gabe Porter on Friday.
DeSales cuts into a 21-point Sunnyside Christian lead midway through the third, but can’t pull off the victory in a 61-50 defeat.
Wa-Hi’s Brandon Hernandez and Noe Gonzalez end their time on the Wa-Hi stage, as Chiawana wins the Mid-Columbia Conference match.
When Carl Jones graduated from Walla Walla High School in 2007, he left as the most decorated swimmer in program history.
Southridge used a fourth-quarter rally to beat the Blue Devils earlier this season, but Wa-Hi smacked the Suns, 64-43, on Tuesday.
Wa-Hi coach Jill Meliah’s halftime harangue results in a 26-point third quarter and a 69-38 win over Southridge.
Even as Seahawks fever hits the Northwest, the Mariners Caravan comes to Walla Walla to provide a look at their upcoming season.
Walla Walla Community College named two new coaches today.
The Blue Devil boys swim team opens the meet singing the national anthem and ends with a 186-100 victory over the Rams.
Walla Walla Valley Academy plays Dayton to a 20-all halftime tie, but the Bulldogs’ defense shuts the Knights down in the second half for the 43-26 victory.
It was a fourth-quarter flurry that helped the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys basketball team seal a Southeast 2B League victory against Dayton on Thursday.
For Wa-Hi seniors Spencer Locati, Eric Klicker and Gabe Porter, this season has been a long time in the making.
For Whitman College’s Michelle Ferenz, wins are only a number.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys basketball team’s four-guard set stifled McLoughlin High School, as W-P rolled to a 59-39 victory on Tuesday.
Sam Fedderson’s rebound and putback seals W-P’s victory Tuesday night.
Walla Walla Community College volleyball coach Tim Toon is rather bashful when it comes to talking about his legacy.
Four Wa-Hi boys score in double figures as the Blue Devils hold off a late Pendleton run.
The young Blue Devil wrestling team opens the season with the Bob Mars Invite in Kennewick on Saturday.
Lewiston overcomes a halftime deficit to hand Wa-Hi’s girls a season-opening loss in overtime, 55-51.
Coach John Golden has a new Blue Devil roster to juggle as the season tips off.
Wa-Hi won the MCC title last year, and boast a talented group of returning players as the 2013-14 season begins.
Husky and Cougar fans had something in common to be thankful for this year. A competitive Apple Cup.
WALLA WALLA — After losing its two leading scorers from last season, the Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team is utilizing a team-first approach to generate offense.
The Missionary women force 19 Walla Walla University turnovers en route to an 83-42 victory at Sherwood Center on Tuesday.
I got the pleasure of attending my first Gonzaga hoops game on Thursday.
The WWCC basketball team lost all five starters from last year’s 24-5 squad, but add talented freshmen with sophomore leadership.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s soccer team is in prime shape going into Friday night’s state semifinal with Grace Academy.
WALLA WALLA — During last year’s NWAACC volleyball tournament, Chantelle Zamora was just a spectator.
WALLA WALLA — After setting a Walla Walla High School record and finishing third in state in the 100 backstroke during her junior year, Emma Timm-Ballard was sure she would be a college swimmer.
WALLA WALLA — The Whitman College men’s basketball team is tired of finishing in second place.