The Pioneers run their winning streak to 19 games with a 4-0 win over Douglas/Camas Valley.
The Irish and Bulldog softball squads end their seasons at the 2B state softball tourney in Yakima.
The Wa-Hi softball team beats University, 6-4, to earn the regional championship and a trip to the state tournament.
After losing two games to Richland in the regular season, the Blue Devils bounce back in the district championship on Saturday.
Asotin scores the winning run in the top of the seventh for an opening 4-3 win, and then holds off DeSales in the nightcap, 6-4.
The Pendleton boys and girls track and field teams win the Carnival of Speed for the second straight year.
DeSales’ Maddy Thomas slugs three hits and drives in four runs as the Indians fall to 2-1 this season.
Clayten Ayres drove in a pair of runs and scored another Saturday afternoon as Walla Walla Community College squeaked out a 3-2 victory over Shoreline in the first game of an NWAC baseball doubleheader at Warrior Field.
Seven Mac-Hi standouts will be recognized at the first event on April 11.
The Pioneers play DeSales, Weston-McEwen and Crook County in its non-league schedule.
The first two quarters of Saturday’s District 7-9 sub-regional girls basketball championship game between Dayton and defending Class 2B state champion Colfax was, at best, offensively challenged.
Walla Walla Valley Academy will live to play another day after splitting a pair of Class 2B sub-regional boys basketball games over the weekend at Whitman College’s George Ball Court at Sherwood Center.
The Riverhawks open a 25-18 lead after the first and hold off Wa-Hi’s late rally for a 62-54 win on Friday.
The Walla Walla Valley Academy boys basketball team beats Asotin, while W-P falls to Tri-Cities Prep in OT.
Dayton and Asotin earned victories here Saturday at Kison Court during phase two of the Southeast 2B District 9 girls basketball tournament.
The Wa-Hi boys team outscores the Riverhawks 16-4 over the final period to pull out a 63-51 win.
Mikayla and Kate Ferenz combine for 42 points as the Blue Devils beat Chiawana, 75-61, Saturday.
Mac-Hi grapplers get three pins, two major decisions and a decision to lead to a 47-30 win over Baker.
Danny Farquhar and James Jones field questions from fans at Whitman’s Sherwood Center on Thursday.
DeSales’ girls down Kiona-Benton, 34-28, for the championship, and University Prep edges Weston-McEwen, 34-32.
Thomas Butler scored 14 points and Tommy Kranwinkle hauled down 11 rebounds Tuesday night to lead University Prep’s boys basketball team to a 44-40 victory over DeSales in the championship game of the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic in the Irish gym.
Cam Richman scores a game-high 21 points as the Irish boys open the D.A. Davidson Classic with a 64-45 victory over the TigerScots.
The DeSales girls basketball team pitched a third-quarter shutout Monday night in the opening round of the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic in the Irish gym.
The Whitman men’s basketball team connects on 59 percent of its shots, including a 13-of-24 mark from downtown, on Monday.
The WWCC volleyball team finishes the regular season 10-4 in NWAC East play with a sweep of Yakima.
Tri-Cities Prep QB Dane Pedersen runs for 215 yards and three TDs in the 2014 Holy Bowl.
DeSales’ volleyball team contributes to homecoming week with a three-set win over the Panthers Thursday night.
Mac-Hi’s boys and girls claim the top five spots in the five-kilometer race at the M-F Municipal Golf Course.
DeSales returns seven offensive and six defensive starters for the 2014 campaign.
Columbia Basin’s Colton Kelly hits a three-run home run to lead the River Dogs to a 6-4 win.
Walla Walla beats the Spokane Blue Devils, Caldwell and Washington FCA to reach the title game.
Walla Walla scores 11 runs in the third inning against the Eastside Baseball Club in the first game of the Bears summer tournament.
Yakima Valley’s Mitch Skaggs hits a one-out, RBI single in the 10th inning as the Pippins beat Walla Walla.
The Bruins beat La Grande, 10-4, after downing Kuna, 6-1, on Saturday to advance to the championship game.
The Bruins’ annual tournament yields a 15-1 victory over the Pepsi Diamondjaxx for the host team.
The Walla Walla Griz will enter the final session of their annual summer baseball tournament today with an opportunity to finish as high as fifth place in the 12-team field.
Walla Walla opens a 7-0 lead after the second inning before going on to beat Bellingham.
After winning its first two games, the Irish lost to eventual champion Toutle Lake in the semifinals.
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.
The DeSales and Weston-McEwen girls basketball teams each split a pair of games during the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic that wrapped up Saturday night in the Irish Gym.
The annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic that ended Saturday night in the DeSales gym produced a mixed bag of results for both the Irish and Weston-McEwen boys basketball teams.