Let ‘er buck! Both the Pendleton boys and girls track teams triumphed here Friday during the 79th annual Carnival of Speed at Shockman Field.
Kendyl Hamilton and Brook Simpson clubbed two-run home runs Saturday afternoon as Walla Walla Community College posted a 6-3 victory over defending NWAACC champion Wenatchee Valley in the first game of an Eastern Region softball doubleheader at Warrior Field.
Next stop: Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
The Missionaries withstand a second-half spurt by Whitworth to take a 73-67 win in Division III tourney.
It’s tough to beat a team three times in one season.
Gabe Porter scored a game-high 19 points and Ross Lake added 18 Saturday night to lead Wa-Hi to a 65-42 victory over
Wa-Hi improved its Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball record to 10-1 and its overall mark to 14-3 Saturday night with a 57-41 victory over Hanford in the Blue Devil gym.
Treasure Valley used a 23-6, second-half run to wipe out an eight-point deficit and remain undefeated in the NWAACC Eastern Region men’s basketball standings with an 84-76 victory over Walla Walla Community College Monday night in the Dietrich Dome.
The WWCC women have five players score in double figures in a 86-65 victory over Treasure Valley.
Mac-Hi picks up its third win of the season despite playing without Makia Carlson.