In its first home Mid-Columbia Conference twin bill of the year, Wa-Hi pulls out a 5-4 win before falling, 3-2.
The Suns win the Mid-Columbia Conference regular season championship, but Wa-Hi earns the right to host the 4A title game Saturday.
The Blue Devils card a low-score record at Veterans Memorial on Monday to win the pod and move into first place in the MCC.
The Blue Devils get their first Mid-Columbia Conference sweep of the season Friday.
Ryan Kimball pitches a complete-game, 10-0 shutout for the Blue Devils’ opening win, but Kamiakin rallies for a 5-3 win in the nightcap
Ryan Kimball pitches Wa-Hi to a 4-1 win in game one, before the Blue Devils add an 8-6 victory in game two.
Then there were eight. Walla Walla High School is one of the eight 4A girls basketball teams still standing. The Blue Devils packed their bags for a trip to the Tacoma Dome and the elite eight in regional 4A girls loser-out action here Saturday at Chiawana High School.
Dayton High School saw its run to the state 2B girls basketball tournament come to an end here in regional loser-out action Saturday at the Chiawana gym. White Swan’s Cayla Jones and her Cougar teammates ended the Bulldog run. Jones scored 28 points, including 16-of-17 from the free throw line, and the Cougars marched onto Spokane with a 50-41 win.
After falling to Gonzaga Prep, the Wa-Hi girls team beats Central Valley to reach state for the first time since 1990.
Walla Walla High’s Madelyn Sirmon buried a mid-range jumper with 5:40 left in the game at the Wa-Hi gym in sub-regional championship girls basketball action Friday. Sirmon’s jumper gave the Blue Devils a 41-40 lead over defending state Class 4A champion, undefeated and No. 1-ranked Gonzaga Prep. The Bullpups responded with two treys from Tayler Drynan sandwiched around two Laura Stockton free throws to put Prep back on top, 48-41, with three minutes left. Prep improved to 23-0 on the season as it hung on for a 52-46 win.
The Blue Devil girls roll past Chiawana, 61-40, to claim their first district title since 1984 on Saturday.
Dayton edges Asotin for the top seed, and DeSales pulls away from Tri-Cities Prep for the third seed.
The WWVA boys win their third straight District 9 title, and Waitsburg-Prescott advances by downing the Panthers on Monday.
The Missionaries hand Whitworth its first conference loss of the season in impressive fashion Tuesday, 68-44.
Heather Johns scores 26 points and grabs 11 boards as the Missionaries pull to a game within second-place Whitworth in the NWC.
Touchet races to an early lead and has no problem with DeSales with the 54-22 non-league victory.
DeSales controlled the opening tip at the Irish gym Tuesday in non-conference boys basketball action with Touchet.
McLoughlin opens an early 8-0 lead and cruises to a 33-16 victory on the Waitsburg-Prescott court on Tuesday night.
Chance Leroue’s game-high 20 points leads Waitsburg-Prescott to the non-league boys basketball win Tuesday night in Waitsburg.
The WWVA boys basketball team drops 28 in the fourth to run away from DeSales.
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Kasey Johnson scores 23 points in the first half as Colfax routs the Dayton boys basketball team, 53-9.
Waitsburg-Prescott ties the game at 36-all with five minutes left, but WWVA pulls away for the win.
The Knights lead from tipoff to hand Waitsburg-Prescott’s boys a 55-48 Southeast 2B defeat Thursday night.
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.