Wa-Hi's girls open the Columbia Basin Big Nine 4A season with a 40-23 victory over Richland Friday.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi turned up its defensive intensity here Friday to open the Columbia Basin Big Nine 4A girls basketball league season.The Blue Devils held Richland to 14 percent shooting from the field to overcome 23 turnovers and post a league-opening
Waitsburg-Prescott takes home its first state championship after defeating Morton-White Pass, 33-7, in the Class 2B title game.
TACOMA — Waitsburg-Prescott football nation donned T-shirts that read 'Who are we?” to open the Washington Class 2B state championship game here Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.Washington now knows who W-P is, as W-P posted a 33-7 win over Morton-White Pass t
Waitsburg-Prescott advances to the 2B championship after cruising past rival Colfax Saturday.
PASCO — With 3:15 left, the Waitsburg-Prescott fans rose en masse to salute the W-P offense here at Edgar Brown Stadium Saturday in Class 2B state semifinal football action.W-P's offense produced 450 yards and six touchdowns and a 42-13 win over previousl
W-P rolls past Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 42-7 in the quarterfinals of the Class 2B state playoffs.
PASCO — Neither cold, rain, sleet, snow, nor Lind-Ritzville/Sprague could keep Waitsburg-Prescott from marching into the semifinals of the state Class 2B football playoffs here at Edgar Brown Stadium Saturday afternoon.W-P forced four Bronco turnovers and
Wa-Hi pitcher Alyson Ambler inks a full-ride scholarship to play at Connecticut, fulfilling a dream she's had since she was 11 years old.
WALLA WALLA — Alyson Ambler fulfilled one of her dreams and joined an elite sorority at the Walla Walla Public School offices Tuesday evening.Ambler inked her NCAA Division 1 letter of intent to attend the University of Connecticut on full softball schola
Middle hitters Brittany Dominguez and Libby Kern lead the WWCC volleyball team back to the NWAACC Championship Tournament.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College's volleyball team returns to the NWAACC Championship Tournament Thursday after missing the 2010 tournament.The Warriors, 31-8 on the season, are looking for their first championship since 2005.'I'll be surprised
Waitsburg-Prescott scores 41 first-half points and rolls to the 48-7 victory to advance to the state quarterfinals.
WAITSBURG — Waitsburg-Prescott scored 41 unanswered first-half points here in opening round Washington state Class 2B football playoff action and rolled to a 48-7 win over Brewster and advances to the quarterfinal round.
WWCC falls to Spokane in a four-set match Wednesday.
WALLA WALLA — In the regular season NWAACC volleyball finale, Walla Walla Community College and Spokane Community College squared off here Wednesday to decide the East Region title.The Warriors battled back from a 10-4 deficit in the first set to take a 2
Former Blue Devil Sara Todorovich played at Arizona State University and Eastern Washington before suffering a shoulder injury.
COLLEGE PLACE — If you are 6-foot-5, there are built in expectations that you should excel at volleyball. If you dedicate your young life to playing, and achieving a high-level of volleyball expertise, then it seems natural that volleyball should take cen
Waitsburg-Prescott overcomes an early TD to run away with a 54-21 Distric 7/9 play-in win.
WAITSBURG — Kettle Falls' Jesse Dodson broke a 55-yard touchdown scamper with less than two minutes gone and Waitsburg-Prescott, ranked No. 1 in the Washington state class 2B poll, found itself looking up from a 7-0 hole here Saturday in District 7/9 play
The Warriors improve to 10-2 in the East Region, with Big Bend and Spokane up next.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College inched closer to a showdown with Spokane for the East Region title in Wednesday NWAACC volleyball action.The Warriors overcame a slow start in game one, dominated set two, and came from behind in set three to ta
Waitsburg-Prescott wears pink socks and hands T-O-R a 35-0 blanking Friday night.
WAITSBURG – Are you tough enough to wear pink?Waitsburg-Prescott was here Friday in the Southeast 2B football finale. Pink-sock clad W-P, to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month, W-P finished off a perfect 5-0 SE2B regular season with a 35-0 blanking o
The Cowboys wrangle the Razorbacks in the WWYF Super Bowl Saturday.
WALLA WALLA — The Cowboys unleashed a two-edged sword here Saturday in the Walla Walla Youth Football Varsity Super Bowl.Nick Zehner and Mason Knowles led the Cowboys to the title as the Cowboys posted a 41-0 win over the Razorbacks.
The Irish score last and hold off the Bulldogs in the Southeast 2B-11 showdown at Ty Baffney Field.
WALLA WALLA — Defense was the theme for the DeSales homecoming at Ty Baffney Field Friday in Southeast 2B football action.But it was late offense which defined the Irish's 15-14 victory over Dayton.Dayton marched 68 yards in seven plays as Isaiah Lambert
The Missionaries force a fifth set after falling to 0-2 against Linfield but are unable to pull out the win, falling 15-7.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman, down 2-0, fought back to force a fifth set here Saturday in Northwest Conference women's volleyball action.Linfield's Kailana Ritte-Camara drilled home five fifth-set kills to lead the Wildcats to a 15-7 win and produce a 3-2 match
Morgan Entze is the leader of the Weston-McEwen volleyball juggernaut, but that is just a part of the dynamic TigerScot's life.
ATHENA — If you grew up in Athena, the success of the Weston-McEwen TigerScot volleyball program is simply a part of your world.The TigerScots own a 2004 state championship, are the defending Oregon Class 2A champions, and are currently ranked third in th
W-P coach Jeff Bartlow lets out a big sigh of relief after the final whistle.
PASCO — Tri-Cities Prep quarterback Evan Whitsett threw for 361 yards here Friday in Southeast 2B Conference football action. Whitsett's last two passes went for 45- and 70-yard touchdowns, but the bid for a homecoming upset of No. 2-ranked Waitsburg-Pres
Nicke Wales' first sport was hockey, but since moving into football he has excelled.
WALLA WALLA — Like father, like son.That motto has helped get DeSales senior Nick Wales to his running back and linebacker role with the Irish football team.'I grew up watching Nick's dad, Darrin, play football at DeSales,” Irish head football coach and D
Jose Barajas' extra point is the difference in a defensive battle between the two Southeast 2B rivals.
WAITSBURG — Waitsburg-Prescott used a successful extra point from Jose Barajas to pull out a 7-6 win over Dayton here Friday in Southeast 2B conference football action.'I give that team (Dayton) 100-percent respect,” W-P coach Jeff Bartlow said. 'I knew i
Blue Devil volleyball player Chantelle Zamora doesn't limit her passion to the courts as she prepares academically for college.
WALLA WALLA — Passionate people make the world a little bit better place.One of those people, 17-year-old Wa-Hi senior Chantelle Zamora, roams the Blue Devil volleyball court as an outside hitter.'She (Chantelle) is really encouraging,” fellow senior and
Waitsburg-Prescott's defense holds DeSales scoreless in the second half in W-P's 33-14 victory.
WALLA WALLA — Two Southeast 2B Conference heavyweights squared off at DeSales' Ty Baffney Field in the SE2B football opener for both squads Friday night.Waitsburg-Prescott scored 19 unanswered second-half points to break a 14-14 halftime deadlock as W-P w
Waitsburg-Prescott's Zach Bartlow balances excellence on the football field with academics, student government and community service.
WAITSBURG — If you want something done at Waitsburg High School, go ask the kid whose plate is already full.Zach Bartlow is not only a three-sport (football, basketball and baseball) varsity letterman who maintains a 3.9 GPA and is active in National Hono
The Warriors explode in the second half with five goals, and also win Friday against Pierce.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College had no problem with Clark College Saturday in women's NWAACC East Region soccer action.The Warriors got off to a 2-0 lead after the first 45 minutes and then the flood gates opened as the Warriors scored five ti
The Warriors end the first half of the season unbeaten after drawing against ranked Clark.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College and Clark battled to a 1-1 tie Saturday in NWAACC East Region men's soccer action.'It was a good college soccer game,” WWCC coach Chad Bodnar said. 'They (Clark) are one of the four or five best teams in the NWA
W-P looks good in the 49-14 win, and scores on its first six drives.
WAITSBURG — There was no slow start here Friday in Waitsburg-Prescott football action.W-P scored touchdowns on its first six offensive possessions and lived up to its state 2B No. 3 ranking with a 49-14 win over the Riverside Pirates. Last week, W-P trail
White Swan runs more plays and has the ball twice as long, but DeSales takes the game, 42-16.
WHITE SWAN, Wash. — Ball control is overrated — at least it was here Friday in non-conference football action.White Swan ran 90 plays from scrimmage and controlled the ball for about 33 of the 48 minutes. DeSales, on the other hand, only ran 32 plays fro
Weston-McEwen QB Dallas Reich runs for three TDs and passes for two more as the TigerScots hand Dayton a 43-0 football defeat.
DAYTON — Weston-McEwen's Michael Guerrero recovered a perfectly executed pooch kick on the TigerScots' opening kickoff here Thursday in non-conference football action, and W-M never looked back. Weston-McEwen was led by the three rushing touchdowns and tw
The two-time state Class 2B runner-up Bulldogs stave off DeSales' late push to win the game, 20-13.
COLFAX — For a fleeting moment, it looked as if DeSales was going to pull off a last-second touchdown and have a chance to go for the win here Friday against two-time state Class 2B runner-up Colfax in non-conference football action.
Dayton goes 2-0 on the season with the football victory over Enterprise Thursday night.
DAYTON — Dayton's Hayden Fullerton plowed in from the 4 with 1:09 to play to ice the Bulldogs' 26-14 non-conference football victory over Enterprise here Thursday.For a team that won exactly one regular-season game over the last two years, Fullerton's div
George Gillespie gets a wild ride from Gold Dust in the final bareback go Sunday to give him the top score.
WALLA WALLA — Sometimes it is the last two seconds of an eight-second ride that are the longest.California cowboy George Gillespie was in control of his bareback ride for six seconds here Sunday in the concluding go of the 2011 Frontier Days Rodeo.The las
DeSales scores 26 first-half points and La Salle can't recover as the Irish take the football opener, 39-7, Friday.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales scored 26 unanswered points in the first half Friday at Ty Baffney Field in non-conference football action.La Salle never recovered as the Irish went on to post a 39-7 win.'I was pleased with how we came out of the gate,” Irish coach
Corvallis downs Walla Walla, 11-4, for a 2-0 championship series sweep.
CORVALLIS — You can't give a championship team extra outs.Walla Walla gave Corvallis two extra outs in the first three innings on Thursday at Oregon State University's Goss Stadium. The Knights made the Sweets pay. Those two extra outs led to three Corval
Corvallis downs Walla Walla, 14-3, in the first game of the WCL Championship Series on Tuesday at Borleske.
WALLA WALLA -- Baseball is a fickle game.Walla Walla came into its first-ever West Coast League Championship series riding an emotional high after sweeping East Division regular-season champion Wenatchee in two straight in the division series.How fast for
Ryan Richardson throws through seven innings in the Sweets' 9-4 playoff win over Wenatchee.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla put it all together in its first ever West Coast League baseball playoff action here Friday.The Sweets pounded out 14 hits, got seven innings of one-run baseball from starting pitcher Ryan Richardson and played solid defense to e
Chance Kopacz's 10th-inning double brings home the 2-1 win over Wenatchee.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla's Chance Kopacz got a second chance here Tuesday in West Coast League baseball action.The former Walla Walla Community College Warrior made the most of his second shot and delivered a walkoff single in the bottom of the 10th inni
Walla Walla falls to Wenatchee, 8-2, but Kelowna's win over Bellingham lifts the Sweets into the WCL postseason.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Sweets lost the battle here Monday in West Coast League baseball action, but, with an assist from the Kelowna Falcons, the Sweets won the WCL East Division summer war.Walla Walla was undone by a six-run Wenatchee seventh as t
Kyle Anderson's pitching leads to the 3-1 win over Kelowna, and the Sweets are tied with Bellingham for a WCL playoff spot.
WALLA WALLA — Welcome to the nine-game summer season for the Walla Walla Sweets.The Sweets got seven innings of outstanding pitching from Kyle Anderson and scored enough runs to pull out a 3-1 win over Kelowna here Monday in West Coast League baseball act
Walla Walla's Emily Baumgart, the only local still playing, finishes in fourth place in the WJGA state tournament.
WALLA WALLA — Tyler Salsbury and Catherina Li made their lead after two rounds stand up in final round action here at the 35th annual Washington State Junior Golf Association State Championships.Salsbury started play Friday at the Walla Walla Country Club
Walla Walla gets 13 hits, but leaves 13 runners on base in the 5-2 loss to Bellingham.
WALLA WALLA — It often is not how many hits you get, but when you get them that counts.The Walla Walla Sweets pounded out 13 hits here Wednesday in West Coast League baseball action, but couldn't get the clutch hit in the right spot, and Bellingham came a
Asotin County's 11-12s defeat Walla Walla Pacific to clinch the third ticket.
WALLA WALLA — District Five completed its state tournament slate in Thursday district championship Little League baseball action here at the Valley complex.In the 11-12 All Star district title battle, Asotin County completed its march through the loser's
Pacific's 11-12s face Asotin County today in the third game for a berth to Vancouver.
WALLA WALLA — One state ticket was punched in District Five Little League action at the Valley Complex Wednesday.In 9-10 All-Star play, Walla Walla Pacific had to work overtime, but it defeated Asotin County 20-9 in seven innings to earn a ticket to the 9
Final berths to the state tournament will be determined today and Thursday.
WALLA WALLA — It was win or go home in Little League District Five baseball tournament action here Tuesday.Asotin County kept its state hopes alive in 11-12 All-Star play. Asotin exploded for 13 hits and ended Touchet Valley's tourney run with a 17-2 win.
Three local teams picked up wins Sunday to survive for Tuesday's round.
WALLA WALLA — Comebacks were the order of the day at the 2011 11-12 All-Star state tournament in second-round District Five Little League baseball action at Walla Walla Valley's fields.Walla Walla Pacific overcame a 7-5 Touchet Valley lead in the top of t
The tournament continues today at the Walla Walla Valley Little League fields.
WALLA WALLA — Pitching dominated in opening round action of the District Five 11-12 Little League baseball tournament here at the Valley Complex.Isaiah Standard and Dexter Aichele combined to stop Asotin County on two hits. Walla Walla Pacific advanced to
The Pacific League champions cap a perfect 24-0 season with a 12-0 victory over Dairy Queen for the All-City title.
WALLA WALLA — Tom's Chevron culminated its perfect 24-0 run with its second consecutive All-City Little League baseball championship in the title match here at Valley Field Wednesday.Tom's Chevron had it all going against a pitching-challenged Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen takes eight innings but edges Sun Rental, 3-2, and Tom's Chevron handles Pepsi, 10-0, in the semifinals.
ALLA WALLA — Pacific Little League will keep the 2011 All-City Little League baseball title in the family as a result of Monday semifinal action at the Valley field.Dairy Queen used its speed to score in the bottom of the eighth and eliminate Valley regul
The AppleSox win their 13th straight WCL game with Saturday's 4-1 victory over Walla Walla.
A WALLA — Lucky 13.Wenatchee rode a three-run fifth and Aaron Brooks' pitching to its 13th consecutive West Coast League baseball victory here Saturday night.The AppleSox took a 4-1 victory over the Walla Walla Sweets to run their record to 13-1 atop the
The two Touchet Valley teams down Cummins Athletic and Union-Bulletin, respectively, to play on Saturday.
WALLA WALLA — Touchet Valley teams swept through the opening round of the Walla Walla Little League All-City tournament at Valley Field here Thursday.Waitsburg, the regular-season Touchet Valley champions, and Dayton, the No. 2 TV seed, both went to their
The Sweets score six third-inning runs en route to the season-opening 8-0 win over Corvallis Friday.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla put up a six spot in the third inning and got shutout pitching to send 1,742 Sweets fans home happy here Friday in the West Coast League baseball season opener.The Sweets added on to that six spot and Ryan Richardson, Daniel Jewe
Weston-McEwen scores two first-inning runs and makes them stand up in a 2-0 state 2A softball win over Enterprise-Joseph.
ATHENA — Weston-McEwen scored two runs with two outs in the home first in the opening round of the state Class 2A softball tournament here Thursday.Haley Freske, in the circle, and the TigerScot defense made those two runs stand up as the TigerScots advan