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.
A night after dropping a 56-54 decision to Southridge, Walla Walla High School came out firing here Saturday in a Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball victory, 68-38, over the Pasco Bulldogs.
Echo’s Kylie King drained a 3-pointer with two minutes gone in girls non-conference basketball action in DeSales’ gym Tuesday.
The Irish boys press and play hurry-up basketball as they roll to a season-opening rout of Echo.
Colton scores 28 second-half points as the Wildcats down Pomeroy 58-40.
Waitsburg-Prescott took an emotional ride to earn the District 9’s No. 1 seed to the crossover round with District 7 here in Southeast 2B football action at Chiawana High School Friday.
Dayton’s defense matched the pre-game homecoming fireworks here in the first half of Southeast 2B League football action against Tri-Cities Prep Friday night.
Dayton dominated time of possession — with 67 offensive plays to 32 by DeSales — here Friday at Ty Baffney Field in Southeast 2B League football action. But the Irish dominated the scoreboard with a 35-13 win.
After being outscored 29-12 in dropping two of three games to Cowlitz, the Walla Walla Sweets returned to Borleske Saturday night and got back on track with a 9-2 nonleague baseball victory over the Central Oregon Bucks.
WALLA WALLA — Klamath Falls took the role of gracious visitor to a new level here Saturday night in West Coast League baseball action.
Walla Walla snaps a five-game BlueJacket winning streak and moves into first place in the North Division with the 3-1 win.
Walla Walla dominates its own tournament, finishing a perfect 5-0 and routing Kuna in the title game.
Walla Walla smashes the Rush, 17-4, after rallying for a 3-2 win against Bellevue in the quarterfinals of its tournament.
The Bruins score 24 runs in two games to get off to a scorching start to their own American Legion tournament.
Walla Walla was tough enough to wear pink here Saturday in West Coast League baseball action. And they were tough enough to come back from a four-run hole.
The first Battle of the Badge raises $18,000 for local charities as more than 2,000 fans turn out.
The 37th Blue Mountain Sports Awards recognize the achievements of area athletes and coaches at Baker Boyer Bank Wednesday.
DeSales, Waitsburg-Prescott and Dayton finish their runs at the Class 2B state tourney Sunday.
Touchet goes on a rampage through the consolation bracket to pick up a third-place trophy at Class 1B state.
YAKIMA — Dayton, DeSales, and Waitsburg-Prescott stayed alive here Saturday at the Class 2B state softball championships. DeSales and Dayton advanced to the quarterfinals with opening wins: DeSales defeated Napavine, 8-3, and Dayton handled Orcas Island, 5-2.
RICHLAND — Walla Walla High School saw its softball season come to an end one win away
TOUCHET — Somebody forgot to tell Touchet and Colton that the District 9 softball playoff battle here Thursday was a meaningless seeding game.
Touchet scores early and Makayla Bishop shuts Liberty Christian down from the circle for a 5-0 District 9 1B softball victory Tuesday.
WALLA WALLA — When you are No. 2, you try harder. Walla Walla High School, which finished runner up to Richland in the final Mid-Columbia Conference 4A standings, walked away with the District 5 softball title here Saturday.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School closed out the regular season with a Mid-Columbia Conference softball sweep of Hanford here Friday.
WWCC gets back on the winning path with a pair of victories against Big Bend.
Wa-Hi’s softball team scores twice in the seventh inning to earn the non-conference victory Wednesday at Murr Field.
Wa-Hi takes an opening 9-3 win over Southridge before the Suns get back on the winning track, 5-1.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla High School used a five-run fifth inning to hand Mid-Columbia Conference baseball co-leader Southridge its first league loss here Tuesday in the opener of the twin bill, 9-3.
WAITSBURG — Are you ready for some football? The experienced Idaho Matadors of Boise were.
Wa-Hi rescues a split with previously unbeaten Lewiston thanks to an unlikely seventh-inning rally.
WALLA WALLA — Kennewick High School scored a golden goal a minute and 30 seconds into overtime here Saturday afternoon in Mid-Columbia boys soccer action.
SPOKANE — Pomeroy dug too deep a hole Friday in the semifinals of the WIAA Class 1B boys basketball state tournament at the Spokane Arena.
SPOKANE — A late trey and clutch free-throw shooting by Napavine sent DeSales home with the sixth-place trophy on the final day of the WIAA Class 2B girls state basketball tournament at the Spokane Arena.
SPOKANE — How do you win a basketball game when you only shoot 25 percent from the floor?
SPOKANE — Pomeroy ran into a buzz saw here Saturday in the trophy round of the boys WIAA Class 1B state basketball tournament.
SPOKANE — Pomeroy rallied from a 13-9 first-quarter deficit to fight off 21-3 Christian Faith in opening-round action at the Class 2B Hardwood Classic boys basketball tournament at the Spokane Arena Thursday.
SPOKANE — Free throws were the difference here Thursday at the Spokane Arena in opening round state Class 2B Hardwood Classic girls basketball action. DeSales made 2-of-7 and Morton-White Pass connected on 15-of-17, and the Timberwolves marched into today’s semifinal with a 35-31 win over the Irish. Morton-White Pass faces Reardan, a 60-22 winner over White Swan Thursday, tonight at 7:15 p.m. for a berth in Saturday’s state championship game.
WALLA WALLA — The Pirate ship will be sailing to Spokane for the first time since 2001.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Valley Academy did not get the memo about District 7 superiority in boys basketball, coming within 2:32 of upsetting Lind-Ritzville-Sprague here Saturday in sub-regional tournament action.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales’ Brigit Lyons buried a 3-ball 30 seconds into elimination-game action here at Whitman College Saturday at the District 7/9 girls basketball sub-regional, and St. Georges never took back the lead as the Irish led from horn-to-horn and posted a 32-27 win.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Valley Academy boys and the DeSales girls survived to move to Saturday’s round here in Friday action at the District 7-9 2B sub-regional basketball tournament. Dayton fell to St. Georges in an elimination game.
WAITSBURG — District 7 lived up to its billing here and in Dayton Saturday in first-round action of the District 7/9 District basketball tournament.
DAYTON — A disastrous second quarter proved to be the difference for Waitsburg-Prescott here Tuesday in a Southeast 2B girls basketball tie-breaker to determine the league’s third seed to the District 7/9 tournament.
WALLA WALLA — Think spring! Think baseball! The Seattle Mariners Caravan brought a breath of spring to the Reid Campus Center at Whitman College Thursday afternoon.