Wa-Hi’s boys overcome a double-digit first-half deficit to defeat Moses Lake, 57-50, Tuesday.
Touchet’s girls open an early lead and cruise to a 68-22 victory over Waitsburg-Prescott in the Indians’ opener.
W-P’s boys open up an 8-0 lead, and hold back a feisty Indian squad, 54-39, on Tuesday night.
The Bulldogs end the regular season with a 58-28 victory over Lacrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus on Thursday.
Austin Herrick connects on a rebound in the 26th minute to beat Columbia Basin College Wednesday.
Courtney Wells scores in the 40th minute as the Warriors hold off Columbia Basin.
Walla Walla Community College solidified its hold on third place in NWAC East Region men’s soccer action here Wednesday.
The two time defending NWAACC volleyball champion Blue Mountain Timberwolves lived up to their billing at the Dietrich Dome Monday in (the new) NWAC East Region play.
The Blue Devils win the first two sets, but Chiawana rallies to take the next three in Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball play.
Dayton drops the first set, but winds up taking a 3-1 volleyball victory from DeSales Tuesday night.
Kennewick takes the first two sets before Wa-Hi wins a set, but the Lions close it out in the fourth for the Mid-Columbia Conference win.
Graduation decimates Waitsburg-Prescott’s offensive and defensive lines, but all of its skill-position players return this season.
Walla Walla is eliminated from postseason contention with the 9-1 loss to Victoria.
Walla Walla manages just five hits and is held scoreless after the third against Yakima.
Kitsap jumps out to an 8-1 lead after five innings, before the Sweets hit three home runs to cut into the lead.
Walla Walla’s Andrew Mendenhall hits a two-out single in the bottom of the 14th in the 10-9 victory.
Cowlitz’s Casey Worden hits a solo home run in the top of the 12th inning to break a 4-4 tie on Tuesday.
After finishing the regular season as the No. 4 seed, Police Guild beats D.A. Davidson, 9-7, to clinch the Babe Ruth All-City title.
Grocery Outlet beats MZI, 7-6, while Cox-Jones downs Banner Bank, 7-5, to set up the championship.
Three Valley teams and one Pacific team advance after the quarterfinal round commences on Saturday.
Dairy Queen beats Cummins, 11-3, and Banner Bank downs Coke Zero, 9-0, in Little League action.
Walla Walla scores eight runs with two outs in the second inning of the series-deciding game.
Five Sweets pitchers combine to restrict the alumni to just eight hits in the exhibition win Thursday.
Whitman’s women’s basketball run to the national title game leads to a sweep of BMSA honors.
Waitsburg-Prescott breaks a 2-all tie with two sixth-inning runs to win the SE2B District game, 4-2, Tuesday.
The Waitsburg Elite raced to a 6-0 lead here in the first 15 minutes of Washington Football League action Saturday. Spokane owned the next 30 minutes, however, as the Wolfpack scored 28 unanswered and went on to up finish the Elite 34-14.
DeSales’ Lucas Lyons and Emily Baumgart earn boys and girls medalist honors, respectively, at Veterans Memorial on Thursday.
Walla Walla High School got a superlative effort on the mound from Ryan Kimball in the first game here against undefeated Kennewick in Mid Columbia Conference baseball action.
The Blue Devils shut out MCC rival Hanford, 8-0, but have to rally to a 6-5 win in the nightcap.
Wa-Hi pitcher Ryan Kimball strikes out eight over six innings in a 5-2 win in game one.
The Elite found their air game to score 14 unanswered points in the third and went on to post a 28-7 win over the Thunder.
W-P captures the boys title, while DeSales wins on the girls side.
DeSales rode the pitching and hitting of Ashlyn Lyons into its Southeast 2B league opening doubleheader here Saturday.
DeSales’ offense pounded out 12 hits in the opener of a Southeast 2B baseball doubleheader here Saturday. Irish pitching then allowed only one hit in the night cap as DeSales completed the sweep over Tri-Cities Prep, 12-4 and 7-0.
The Wildcats led from the get go, fought off a late Pirate charge that cut the lead to two and pulled away for a 59-46 win and their first 1B state title.
The DeSales girls basketball team clinched its best finish in school history on Saturday. The Irish defeated Morton-White Pass, 55-34, in State Class 2B girls basketball trophy round action. The win earned the Irish their best finish ever with a fourth place trophy.
Wellpinit races to a 17-16 lead after the first quarter, but Pomeroy clinches a 62-38 victory on Thursday.
Teresa Acock leads DeSales with 10 points, but Toutle Lake sends the Irish into a loser-out game this morning.
Riley Bott scores 22 points in the final quarter as Pomeroy advances to the state quarters.
The DeSales girls basketball team punched its ticket to the quarterfinals of the Class 2B state tournament Saturday with a dominant 50-32 victory over Oroville.
District 7 proved it was the better geographical area Saturday in the District 7/9 2B boys basketball tournament, sweeping both games.
District 9 held its own here at the District 7/9 regional girls basketball tournament Saturday
The WWVA boys handle Tri-Cities Prep, 53-36, while Waitsburg-Prescott holds off Asotin 53-47 as the district tourney is finally played.
The Irish beat Dayton, 43-36, to establish the top two seeds to the District 7/9 tournament.
DeSales’ boys take an early lead, but Waitsburg-Prescott then takes over and rolls to a 73-47 loser-out victory Wednesday night.
No. 2 1B ranked Pomeroy came out of the locker room and roared to an 18-3 lead after one in Southeast 1B boys basketball action here Saturday. Touchet never gave in and clawed back to within four before the Pirates closed out a 46-37 win.
Whitman stormed back from a 41-38 halftime deficit to pull out a 76-59 victory over Lewis and Clark Friday night in a Northwest Conference men’s basketball game.
Whitman College’s women’s basketball team, undefeated and ranked No. 3 nationally, kept its record unblemished Friday night with a 78-61 victory over Lewis and Cark despite slow starts to both halves of the game.
DeSales hands Tekoa-Oakesdale a 55-38 defeat Monday, answering a loss to the Nighthawks earlier this season.
DeSales hit eight of its first 16 shots from the floor here Monday in nonconference boys basketball action.