WALLA WALLA — If there's one thing Scott Larsen would like to see at this year's 61st All-City Championships golf tournament at Veterans Memorial and the Walla Walla Country Club, it's more participants.'If we could get it to 100 this year, that'd be grea
Wa-Hi's Garrett Gerling, Brandon Porter, Jonah Hoe, Jamie Weisner and Rachel Adkins are joined by the girls' 1600 relay at the state meet.
WALLA WALLA — If the Washington State Class 4A Track and Field meet at Tacoma's Mount Tahoma High School plays out anything like the Regional meet last weekend in Yakima, Wa-Hi's state qualifiers are prepared to put on quite a show.'The kids that earned t
Former MLB player and Walla Walla Sweets part-owner Jeff Cirillo is speaker at Saturday's local youth baseball and softball benefit.
WALLA WALLA — Jeff Cirillo took a life lesson from his experiences playing youth baseball.'I have a mantra of, ‘Finish what you start,'” the former Major League All-Star and part-owner in the Walla Walla Sweets, said. 'Whether it be baseall, dinner, homew
About 200 competitors from around the Northwest Region will be in town taking on host WWCC.
WALLA WALLA — The spring college rodeo season gets underway Friday with the 41st Walla Walla Community College Rodeo at the Walla Walla Fairgrounds.About 200 cowboys from around the Northwest Region will be on hand for Friday morning's slack, and performa
Fans at a basketball game usually focus their attention on the court and players.But sometimes, a glance at the bench can be even more entertaining than what's playing out on the court. It's there that coaches direct their team, occasionally employing ing
Defending state champion Klyntin Bott is joined by nine other Pomeroy wrestlers as they head to Mat Classic XXII Friday and Saturday.
POMEROY — Pomeroy had three champions at the Class B regional wrestling meet at Kittitas last weekend, and the Pirates are sending 10 grapplers to Friday and Saturday's Mat Classic XXII at the Tacoma Dome.That has Pomeroy coach Derek Shawley very optimist
The Blue Devils take different philosophies into Saturday's tournament as they try to advance to state.
WALLA WALLA — There are a couple different ways for Wa-Hi's four wrestlers advancing to the Region IV Class 4A wrestling championships to approach the tournament at Richland High Saturday.'I'm going in there to win it,” Eric Eastman, the state's sixth-ran
Dean Derby's professional football career led to his being recognized by Wa-Hi's Big Blue Boosters on Friday night, but his family history in the Walla Walla Valley includes much more than athletics.
WALLA WALLA — Dean Derby and Drew Bledsoe have a lot in common.They both played athletics and graduated from Wa-Hi.The two played collegiately at the top level, followed by successful professional careers.Each now has a Walla Walla Valley winery. And, com
The Big Blue Boosters will present the Atlanta Braves reliever with the first of their new alumni awards Friday before the boys hoops game.
WALLA WALLA — Eric O'Flaherty fans have the chance to meet the Atlanta Braves reliever and get their memorabilia autographed by the left-hander at the Wa-Hi boys basketball game against Kamiakin Friday night. The event, the first of the Big Blue Boosters'
Injuries and illness have led to defeats and cancellations, but coach Bill Clancy remains positive.
COLLEGE PLACE — Injuries and illness quickly sum up the Walla Walla University women’s basketball season so far.
Second-year WWU men's basketball coach Gerry Larson isn't sure if he wants his team to run-and-gun or take it slow.
COLLEGE PLACE — There’s one thing Walla Walla University men’s basketball coach Gerry Larson is sure of six games into the season: "Our goal is to be one of the four teams that qualify for the NAIA independent postseason tournament."
Dayton's good start quickly turns sour as Liberty Christian rallies for a 34-8 SEB-11 victory.
DAYTON — The game against Liberty Christian started as scripted by Dayton coach Tony Henderson Friday night.Henderson's Bulldogs opened with a 60-yard, 14-play drive that took 7:08 and resulted in Dain Henderson's 1-yard score. A two-point conversion late
Nixyaawii loses its first two quarterbacks in Friday's 72-22 loss to Echo.
PENDLETON — Injuries continued to take their toll of the Nixyaawii Golden Eagles here Friday afternoon at Sunridge Middle School and Echo took full advantage by rolling to a 72-22 victory in a prep football game.
With numbers dwindling due to injuries and academic issues, the Bulldogs opt to play rather than forfeit against powerful Asotin.
DAYTON — With just 16 players in uniform due to injuries and academic ineligibility, Dayton suffers a 53-0 loss to Asotin here Friday night in a Southeast 2B-11 League football game.
Play begins Saturday at 8 a.m. and will continue all day in the Athena and Weston gyms.
ATHENA — The Weston-McEwen Power Tournament is bringing some of the top prep volleyball teams from Oregon and Washington to Athena and Weston Saturday.TigerScots coach Shawn White said eight teams are scheduled to be on hand, including defending Oregon Cl
And not even that works in a 58-22 defeat at the hands of Country Christian Friday afternoon in Pendleton.
PENDLETON — Nixyaawii came out on the short end of a 58-22 final score as the Golden Eagles opened the 2009 prep football season against Country Christian of the Madras, Ore., area here Friday afternoon at Sunridge Middle School.