The Warriors grab sole possession of second place with the 74-67 victory Wednesday.
WALLA WALLA — Guard Jay Payne made 6-of-13 shots from 3-point land on his way to a 20-point performance that helped lift Walla Walla Community College to a 74-67 victory over No. 8 Yakima Valley in NWAACC Eastern Region men's basketball action Wednesday n
Tai Jensen's 22 points lead WWCC to a 69-47 win over the defending NWAACC champions.
WALLA WALLA — Sophomore post Tai Jensen recorded a double-double — with game highs of 22 points and 10 rebounds — as Walla Walla Community College stormed its way to a 69-47 victory over defending NWAACC champion Yakima Valley in an Eastern Region women's
Poor shooting plagues both teams, but Wa-Hi misses free throws late to stumble at home.
WALLA WALLA ­­­­­­— Mercades Sparks scored 14 of her 17 points in the second half Saturday night and snagged a game-high 10 rebounds as visiting Chiawana clinched the program's third-consecutive Big Nine Conference girls basketball championship with a 46-
The Blue Devils race to a 27-11 lead after one and pound Chiawana, 76-54.
WALLA WALLA — Six-foot-6 forward Tanner Cranor proved to be too much for the visiting Chiawana Riverhawks to handle during Big Nine Conference boys basketball action Saturday night in the Wa-Hi gym.
The Blue Devil girls struggle against a hapless Moses Lake squad, but come away with a victory.
WALLA WALLA — Saturday's Big Nine Conference girls basketball game between Wa-Hi and Moses Lake in the Blue Devil gym did not figure to be much of a contest.The Blue Devils entered with just one loss in conference play while the Chiefs had just one Big Ni
Walla Walla Community College builds an early leads then cruises as Dylan Radliff scores 25 points and Dallen Bills notches a double-double.
WALLA WALLA — Dylan Radliff scored a game-high 25 points and teammate Dallen Bills posted a double-double — 22 points and 17 rebounds — to help lead Walla Walla Community College to an 84-70 victory over Treasure Valley in an NWAACC Eastern Region men's b
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Former Walla Walla Community College and DeSales baseball star Michael Tompkins has been named the interim head baseball coach at NCAA Division I Alabama A & M University, the school announced Thursday.Tompkins, an assistant coach at th
Torri Crawford scores 18 points in the post as the Blue Devil girls dominate Davis, 73-37.
WALLA WALLA — Torri Crawford scored 18 points while MiKayla Ferenz and Maddie Jacobson added 12 and 10, respectively, to lead Wa-Hi to a 73-37 victory over Davis in a Big Nine Conference girls basketball game Friday night in the Blue Devil gym.Crawford ma
WALLA WALLA — With three sophomores sitting on the bench due to injury or illness, Walla Walla Community College turned to its freshmen Friday night to post a lopsided victory over Portland during NWAACC women's basketball action in the Dietrich Dome.Forw
DeSales' girls win their Christmas Classic finale, 59-46, over Weston-McEwen Thursday night.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales' inside-outside tandem of Abby Crowley and Annie Higgins proved to be too efficient for Weston-McEwen in the girls championship game of the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic Thursday night on George Ball Court at Sherwood Center
DeSales hits 8-of-12 shots from the field in the second quarter to cruise to the Christmas Classic final win.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales' boys basketball team made 8-of-12 shots from the field in the second quarter that broke open a tight game and held Liberty Christian to eight baskets on 54 attempts Thursday afternoon in a 56-25 victory during the final session of t
The Irish face Weston-McEwen for the D.A. Davidson title tonight after the girls down the Tigers, 32-28, Wednesday night.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales' girls basketball team earned a berth in tonight's championship game of the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic with a 32-28 victory over Stanfield on Wednesday night at Whitman College's George Ball Court in Sherwood Center.The I
DeSales' girls rout Echo, while the boys stumble in a loss to the Cougars at Whitman College.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales' girls and boys basketball teams were on opposite ends of one-sided scores against Echo during the opening session of the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic that wrapped up Tuesday night at Whitman College's Sherwood Center.The I
Daniel Lomeland scores 34 points and grabs 12 rebounds as Walla Walla Valley Academy takes a 67-37 boys basketball victory over Touchet.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy's Daniel Lomeland was truly a Knight in shining armor during boys high school basketball action here Tuesday night.Lomeland scored a game-high 34 points and snared a contest-best 12 rebounds as WWVA improved its
The WWCC women ride a 26-4 first-half run to hand visiting Clark an 84-66 defeat Sunday in the Dietrich Dome.
WALLA WALLA — A 26-4 run over a seven-minute stretch midway through the first half catapulted Walla Walla Community College to a 35-14 lead and the Warriors never looked back in an 84-66 victory over Clark in NWAACC women's basketball action Sunday aftern
Kennewick's Bryce Leavitt drains 30 points as the Lions edge out the Blue Devils, 71-63 Saturday night.
WALLA WALLA — A pair of devastating scoring runs — 10-3 to end the first half and 18-2 to conclude the third quarter — doomed the Wa-Hi boys basketball team on Saturday night in the Blue Devil gym.So did Kennewick's Bryce Leavitt.The 6-foot-4 senior guard
The Blue Devils start 18-0 and don't look back in the run-away victory Friday night.
WALLA WALLA - Wa-Hi placed 11 players in the scoring column Friday night during a girls high school basketball matchup with Pasco in the Blue Devil gym.The Blue Devils led 12-0 after one quarter and 18-0 by the 6:35 mark of period two in a 57-17 rout of t
Eleven Wa-Hi players get in the scoring column during rout of Bulldogs.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi placed 11 players in the scoring column Friday night during a girls high school basketball matchup with Pasco in the Blue Devil gym.The Blue Devils led 12-0 after one quarter and 18-0 by the 6:35 mark of period two in a 57-17 rout of t
Almira-Coulee-Hartline ends the Pirates playoff run with a mercy-rule victory in the Class 1B semifinals.
PASCO — It took top-ranked Almira-Coulee-Hartline just 12 seconds to break out on top of Pomeroy during Class 1B state semifinal football action Saturday afternoon at Edgar Brown Stadium.Cody McCleary returned the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown
The Pirates improve to 10-1 and face undefeated Almira-Coulee-Hartline next weekend in the state semifinals.
PASCO — Mercy! Mercy! Mercy!Running back Tory Knebel scored six touchdowns — five rushing and one on a punt return — here Saturday afternoon as Pomeroy forced its second straight playoff opponent into submission during a 68-24 victory over Wellpinit in a
Weston-McEwen rolls to a 48-14 victory over Knappa, and now plays Kennedy on Saturday.
ATHENA — Running back Elliot Salter gained 122 yards, ran for two touchdowns and caught another Saturday afternoon as No. 5-ranked Weston-McEwen kept its unblemished record intact with a 48-14 victory over Knappa in the opening round of the Oregon Class 2
White Swan ends the Irish season with a 34-20 victory in the opening round of the state 2B playoffs.
WHITE SWAN — Running back Niko Nanez rushed for three touchdowns and 6-foot-3, 320-pound fullback Tony Picard ran in two more scores here Friday night to lead White Swan to a 34-20 victory over DeSales in the opening round of the Washington Class 2B state
DeSales prevents the Indians' 2-point conversion attempt in overtime to take the 35-34 victory Friday.
WALLA WALLA — On a night when visiting Reardan gained 326 yards rushing, the DeSales Irish defense came up with the big play to keep its season alive.The Irish stuffed Indians' running back Johnny Kieffer on a 2-point conversion try that preserved a 35-34
Wa-Hi has one more chance to put a win in the record books against the Pirates Friday in Spokane.
WALLA WALLA — Heading into play a week ago, both the Wa-Hi and Rogers football teams had at least one thing in common.Neither had won a game.But that changed when the Pirates downed Greater Spokane League rival Shadle Park, 30-27.
The annual matchup sees DeSales QB Jeremiah Cox throw four TDs and RB Lucas Fazzari run for three more.
WALLA WALLA — The second annual Holy Bowl football game proved to be anything but a heavenly experience for the visiting Tri-Cities Prep Jaguars on Friday night.Quarterback Jeremiah Cox threw four touchdown passes and running back Lucas Fazzari rushed for
Wa-Hi has one final chance to earn a league win against playoff- bound Eisenhower.
WALLA WALLA — A Friday night contest at playoff-bound Eisenhower will provide the Wa-Hi Blue Devil football team with one final opportunity to post a 2011 victory over a Big Nine Conference 4A opponent.As they have in most of their matchups this season,
Wa-Hi has its best chance yet to pick up a win as neither Moses Lake nor the Blue Devils have won this season.
WALLA WALLA — If there was ever a football matchup where one could suggest that something has got to give, it's Wa-Hi's Big Nine Conference 4A contest at Moses Lake on Friday night.Neither the Blue Devils nor the Chiefs have won a game and both teams are
Richland sets the tone early and hands Wa-Hi the 31-15 defeat in the last home game of the season for the Blue Devils.
WALLA WALLA — Sophomore quarterback Zack Whitby ran for two scores and passed for another Friday night as Richland put a damper on Wa-Hi's homecoming and last regular-season home game with a 31-15 victory in Big Nine Conference 4A football action at soggy
Wa-Hi may tweak its starting lineups as the Blue Devils look for a spark against Richland.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi and Richland have one thing in common heading into their Big Nine Conference 4A football game Friday night at Borleske Stadium.The two sides need a win in the worst way. Wa-Hi, to at least break into the victory column, and Richland, t
The bye provides opportunities to review and learn from rough start to season.
WALLA WALLA — It will be another week before the Wa-Hi Blue Devils host Big Nine Conference 4A rival Richland in their final regular-season home game at Borleske Stadium.But minus the shortened practice sessions — from two hours to 90 minutes — it was bus
Davis scores three quick second-quarter touchdowns to overcome Wa-Hi's 7-0 lead and spark the 41-16 victory.
WALLA WALLA — The final four minutes and change of the first half of Friday night's Big Nine Conference 4A football game between Wa-Hi and Davis at Borleske Stadium illustrated why the Blue Devils have yet to win a game this season and the Pirates are und
Wa-Hi will 'need to play with confidence” as the biggest test of the season approaches against Davis.
WALLA WALLA - If there was ever a high school football matchup that looked like a mismatch on paper, Friday night's Big Nine Conference 4A contest between Wa-Hi and Davis - scheduled for 7:30 at Borleske Stadium - appears to be just that.The Blue Devils a
Riverhawks RB Jordan Downing rushes for 238 yards and QB Joey Zamora throws four touchdowns in the rout.
PASCO — Fourth-ranked Chiawana scored touchdowns on five of six first-half possessions and amassed 517 yards of offense during a 56-24 victory over Wa-Hi in Big Nine 4A football action Friday night at Edgar Brown Stadium. Running back Jordan Downing rushe
The Devils will need everything they can muster when facing the reigning Big Nine 4A champions.
WALLA WALLA — Starting a season 0-3 would mean a steady drop in morale for a lot of high school football teams.Despite setbacks to Hermiston, Southridge and Wenatchee, that doesn't appear to be the case at Wa-Hi.'These kids are awesome. They're great,” Wa
Wenatchee scores 19 first-quarter points, and 16 more in the fourth, for the Big Nine Class 4A victory at Borleske Stadium.
WALLA WALLA — Wenatchee backup quarterback Dillon Sugg completed just one of his first eight pass attempts Friday night in the Panthers' Big Nine Conference 4A football opener with Wa-Hi at Borleske Stadium.But a pair of fourth-quarter tosses more than ma
Wa-Hi coach Eric Hisaw is impressed with his squad's practice in preparation for Wenatchee.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi may be 0-2 in the early stages of the 2011 high school football season, but you wouldn't have known it if you had been on the Walla Walla High School campus this week for any of the team's practice sessions leading up to Friday's Big N
Southridge quarterback Matt Mendenhall lives up to his billing, throwing for five first-half TDs in the victory.
KENNEWICK — Wa-Hi head football coach Eric Hisaw described Southridge quarterback Matt Mendenhall as 'the real deal” and added he 'may be the best we see all year” in the days leading up to Friday night's clash between the two Big Nine high schools at Lam
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College shook off a slow start, netted six first-half goals, and coasted to a 7-0 victory over South Puget Sound in NWAACC men's soccer action Saturday afternoon at Warrior Field.The Warriors are now 4-1 on the season a
‘This is the best I've seen them look,' coach Chad Bodnar says following the 4-0 victory.
WALLA WALLA — Forward Kaylie Winston scored one goal and assisted on two others to lead two-time defending NWAACC champion Walla Walla Community College to a 4-0 victory over Lane in women's soccer action Saturday afternoon at Warrior Field.The win, comin
Wa-Hi and Southridge will meet Friday, with both football teams seeking their first win.
WALLA WALLA — A pair of hungry high school football teams will take the field Friday night at Kennewick's Lampson Stadium hoping to end the evening with their first win of the 2011 season.Wa-Hi and Southridge suffered season-opening defeats last week. The
For the third year in a row, Hermiston hands Wa-Hi a season-opening football defeat, this time 28-21 on Friday night.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi did enough things to both win and lose its season-opening high school football game with Hermiston Friday night at Borleske Stadium.On the positive side, running back Jonah Hoe rushed for 155 yards while quarterback Dakota Turner hooke
Hermiston, which heads to Borleske Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday, has defeated Wa-Hi to open the last two football seasons.
WALLA WALLA — Wa-Hi opens its 2011 football campaign Friday night at Borleske Stadium against a non-league opponent that has been a nemesis the last two seasons.Hermiston began its 2010 schedule with a 32-17 home triumph over the Blue Devils.The Bulldogs
The WWCC women's soccer team hopes 13 freshmen can help it to another title.
WALLA WALLA — When a team ends its season with a championship of any kind, some may immediately ask, 'What will you do for an encore?”In the case of the Walla Walla Community College women's soccer team, their encore was claiming a second consecutive NWAA
Some of the region's top freshmen join WWCC's men's soccer team, which finished out of the playoff race last season.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College's men's soccer program will do all it can this season to put the 2010 campaign in its rear-view mirror.WWCC won the NWAACC championship in 2008 and was runner-up in 2009 before finishing out of the postseason pi
Walla Walla will begin a best-of-three playoff series with Wenatchee on Friday.
WALLA WALLA — Sweets pitcher Tyler Billen made his last outing of the 2011 West Coast League baseball season a memorable one for himself, his teammates and an announced Borleske Stadium crowd of 1,856.The 6-foot-4, 240-pound left-hander allowed just two r
The 18th annual Peach Basket welcomes an all-time record 312 teams for this year's tournament.
WALLA WALLA — A group of 38 teams distinguished themselves from an all-time record field of 312 squads by claiming division championships Sunday during the closing session of the 18th annual Peach Basketball Classic 3-on-3 basketball tournament in downtow
Andrew Mendenhall's two-run double caps a three-run, eighth-inning rally.
WALLA WALLA — If the Walla Walla Sweets reach the West Coast League playoffs, they may look back at their 4-3 triumph over the Kelowna Falcons on Saturday night at Borleske Stadium as a game that helped them achieve that goal.Andrew Mendenhall's two-run d
Bend uses a two-run first and allows the Sweets just four hits in the win.
WALLA WALLA — A two-run first inning proved to be enough for the visiting Bend Elks on Wednesday night during a 2-1 victory over the Walla Walla Sweets in the opener of a three-game West Coast League baseball series at Borleske Stadium.A quartet of Bend p
Three Griz collect two hits each in the 13-3 tournament win over Hermiston's Shockers.
WALLA WALLA — A trio of Walla Walla Griz collected two hits apiece and pitcher Zach Zehner recorded his seventh win of the summer during a 13-3, loser-out victory over the Hermiston Shockers in single A district baseball action Saturday afternoon at Walla
A trio of Walla Walla relievers combine for five scoreless innings to close out the 6-2 victory over the Portland club Wednesday.
WALLA WALLA — Relievers Tyler Billen, Geoff Soja, and Simon Anderson combined to throw five scoreless innings Wednesday night to help lead the Walla Walla Sweets to a 6-2 victory over the Portland Lobos in a West Coast League non-counting baseball contest