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.
McLoughlin High School scored early and held off the Stayton Eagles for a sweet 1-0 victory and a trip to the Class 4A state playoffs Saturday afternoon at Shockman Field.
The home team – the Weston-McEwen TigerScot football team – made it too easy on the visiting Heppner Mustangs here Friday night early on in the game.
Walla Walla falls 6-5 in nine innings in the opener, but finds its offense for a 10-5 victory that ends the Bears’ season.
Walla Walla uses a 10-hit offensive explosion to down the Black Bears, 10-2, and avoid the series sweep.
WALLA WALLA — When you pluck the No. 4 starter off of UCLA’s College World Series-winning team to play summer ball, you expect you will have your team a good — if not great — pitcher.
After falling into a 76-29 hole in the first half, Walla Walla rebounds to pick up a 190-139 win.
WALLA WALLA — Spurred on by a four-run rally in the bottom of the third inning, Walla Walla Sweets’ manager J.C. Biagi mixed and matched his pitching rotation for nine frames to pull out a 4-3 win over the Medford Rogues here Friday night at Borleske Stadium. Trailing 2-0 in the third, the Sweets saw Rogues starter Jake Lessel unwind, throwing 12 balls in 14 pitches to open the half-inning.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Griz dominated their foes at the dish and on the mound here Friday afternoon in the opening round of the Sweet Invitational Tournament, beating the Round Table Saxons 19-0 in five innings and 15-5 over the Moscow/Pullman Mustangs in seven frames.
The Bruins hammer the Blazers with 15 hits as Walla Walla pitcher Blake McKinney throws six scoreless innings.
Walla Walla centerfielder Kramer Lindell homers early and scores late to help Walla Walla to a rebound victory over Bend.
Mac-Hi finishes runner up in the state title game as the Braves win their second consecutive Class 4A championship.
The Pioneers face a rematch with defending state champion Banks in the Class 4A title game.
The 37th Blue Mountain Sports Awards recognize the achievements of area athletes and coaches at Baker Boyer Bank Wednesday.