The Irish girls see a noticeable improvement in Mac-Hi, but still take home a 44-34 victory.
The Mac-Hi boys weren’t able to defend their court, dropping the second game of the season to the DeSales Irish Tuesday evening, 55-41.
The TigerScot girls basketball team forces 29 turnovers in a 57-27 win over the Panthers Tuesday.
Imbler’s Trace VanCleave drops a game-high 24 points to beat Weston-McEwen.
Kaimen Suffia and Owen Lanning both score 20 to lead W-P to a 53-40 victory over the Pioneers.
Sydney Richwine’s 17 points and a suffocating Pioneer defense lead Mac-Hi to the victory over visiting Waitsburg-Prescott Tuesday.
McLoughlin High’s Adrian Zaragoza connected three times from 3-point range to score 15 points for the Pioneers in a 43-21 win over Helix here Tuesday night.
The Mac-Hi’s girls hoops team nips Helix, 42-40, on two late free throws in overtime.
Cristian Torres records a hat trick as the Mac-Hi soccer team advances to the 4A state quarterfinals.
Mac-Hi’s boys soccer team prepares for postseason play with the victory on a windy Tuesday afternoon.
The McLoughlin High volleyball team fell to the Umatilla Vikings, 25-20, 25-6, 25-16 here Thursday night.
La Grande jumps on top of the Pioneers early and rolls to a 25-17, 25-16, 25-9 victory.
Courtney Cox runs to a second-place finish at a Mid-Columbia Conference cross country meet.
Mac-Hi coach Tim Hutchison says if his team stays healthy the Pioneers can compete for the Greater Oregon League title.
Mac-Hi scores early, but the Riverhawks pull out the season-opening win.
Carlton Pease takes the reins at Weston-McEwen with a focus on a strong group of TigerScot linemen to lead the way.
Mac-Hi returns just three seniors with extensive time on last season’s varsity soccer squad.
Mac-Hi girls soccer coach Martin Martinez expects to finish near the top of the Greater Oregon League.
Victoria scores a run in the top of the ninth inning to take the victory at Borleske.
Yakima Valley jumps on Walla Walla early — again — en route to a 12-2 victory.
The season comes to an end for the Walla Walla squad with a 31-22 overall record.
Walla Walla’s Andrew Mendenhall hits a game-tying home run in the sixth, but Wenatchee answers with three runs in the eighth.
Walla Walla rides starter Havin Heytvelt’s arm to an opening 3-0 win before their bats come alive in a 12-2 victory over Prosser.
Walla Walla has its opportunities to score, but can’t keep up with Kelowna in the series-opening loss.
The top eight from Wednesday’s sub-district advance to next week’s district meet in Moscow, Idaho.
Mac-Hi racks up 33 runs on 33 hits as the Pioneers sweep Baker, 20-0 and 13-2, on Wednesday.
The McLoughlin High School baseball team fell to Greater Oregon League foe, Baker, 15-3 and 8-4, in a twin bill here Wednesday.
Wa-Hi’s boys soccer team scores two second-half goals to hand Richland a district defeat and advance to play Chiawana on Thursday.
McLoughlin High School’s tennis team played a rain-shortened match against the Griswold Grizzlies here Wednesday afternoon.
The Pioneers steal six bases and enjoy seven wild piches in a 6-2 victory over DeSales on Tuesday.
Tristin Warne leads the Mac-Hi boys to first with three individual wins, while Amber Wells helps the girls team finish first on Wednesday.
Pioneer pitcher Colette Robert throws two complete games and hits four doubles in a sweep over the Tigers Saturday.
The DeSales golf team fires a 153 as a team to beat Mac-Hi and WWVA at the Walla Walla Country Club.
The 79th annual Carnival of Speed track meet welcomes 23 teams, including six local squads.
Esteban Ojeda scores all three of the Blue Devil goals in a 3-1 boys soccer victory over Chiawana.
The Mac-Hi softball team will count on pitcher Colette Roberts to lead the team back to the postseason.
The Walla Walla High School track team opened its season with the Blue Devil Invitational at Martin Field on Saturday.
The Walla Walla Community College baseball team found two different ways to beat Olympic College here Saturday afternoon.
The Mount Hood Community College softball team rattled the bats here Saturday afternoon to the tune off eight home runs and 27 runs in a doubleheader against Walla Walla.
Mac-Hi manages only two points in the first quarter in the 69-38 loss to La Grande.
The Pioneers register more turnovers than points as Mac-Hi falls to 0-4 in Greater Oregon League play.
Mac-Hi leads at half, and are right behind the Vikings headed into the fourth before falling, 54-41.
The Pioneers outscore Umatilla 11-6 in the fourth quarter, but can’t overcome their earlier deficit to fall, 40-32, Tuesday night.
Mac-Hi’s boys are forced to overtime with a 14-4 Waitsburg-Prescott fourth-quarter rally, but pull out the 55-51 victory.
The Pioneers, who lost to Waitsburg-Prescott earlier this season, take the 40-31 victory.
The WWVA girls overcome a five-point second-half deficit to outscore Mac-Hi, 17-4, and take the victory.The Walla Walla Valley Academy girls basketball team battled back from a 29-24 second-half deficit here Tuesday to outscore McLoughlin, 17-4, in the final 11:18 of the game to win, 41-33.
The Walla Walla Valley Academy boys basketball team bombed away from downtown, nailing 8-of-20 3-pointers and shooting 57 percent from the field, to beat the McLoughlin Pioneers, 69-39, here Tuesday night.
The Portland Trail Blazers haven’t let down their fans, as they have raced to a 24-6 record to start the season.
The McLoughlin-Union High School boys soccer team fell in an season-ending state play-off quarterfinal to the Sisters Outlaws Saturday at Shockman Field, 4-3 on penalty kicks.
Mac-Hi’s boys soccer team outshoots the Cheesemakers, 26-2, and wins the first-round state playoff match, 3-1, at Shockman Field on Tuesday.