Coaches at Walla Walla Community College were disappointed but not surprised Thursday when decisions by the school and the Northwest Athletic Conference stopped their respective teams in their tracks because of the spread of the coronavirus.

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EVERETT, Wash. — Coach Bobbi Hazeltine and members of her Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team were killing time at an outlet mall near their motel here Thursday afternoon when she got the call.

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Taylor (Kawehi) Ephan homered to tie things up for Walla Walla Community College leading off the bottom of the seventh, and then Gabby Beckstrom made them winners in extra innings with her three-run blast in the ninth, giving the Warriors their fourth straight win to open this softball seaso…

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SPOKANE — Jander Cline scored 23 points for the Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team, teammate Gabe Gallegos had 17, Jake Poulton added 16, Colby Modrow 12, Garrett Steufert 10, but it wasn’t enough as second-place Spokane held them off in a 93-83 Northwest Athletic Conference…

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SPOKANE — A couple minutes after halftime here on Wednesday, the Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team appeared well en route to their 18th straight win when Tori Craner scored a layup for the largest Warriors lead of the game at 36-21.

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Walla Walla held visiting North Idaho to 27 percent shooting from the field — 10 percent from 3-point distance — and ran away from the Cardinals 70-40 Saturday afternoon in a Northwest Athletic Conference East Region women’s basketball game in the Dietrich Dome.

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OREGON CITY, Ore. — Gabe Gallegos, Jake Poulton, Faust Ystueta and Jander Cline all hit double-digits in scoring for Walla Walla Community College, but Lower Columbia still paced them most of the afternoon en route to an 86-77 defeat of the Warriors in men’s basketball action here on Wednesday.

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TACOMA — A remarkable defensive effort against the top offense in the league wasn’t enough as the Walla Walla Community College volleyball team lost their opening match to Pierce College 3-0 (25-18, 26-24, 25-21) at the Northwest Athletic Conference Volleyball Championship here on Thursday.