SPOKANE — Walla Walla High School’s JROTC Rifle Team competed at the Junior Olympic State rifle championships here last Saturday.
UMATILLA — McLoughlin High's boys battled Riverside in the first game of the Columbia River Clash here on Thursday.
Walla Walla High School’s boys wrestling opened Mid-Columbia Conference play on Thursday, and suffered a 49-30 dual meet loss to Kamiakin.
IRRIGON, Ore. — McLoughlin High School's one-two punch of Dareagan Stephens and Hector Castillo was too much for Irrigon here on Tuesday.
It was a tough season opener for the DeSales boys, as Asotin came to town and shot right over the Irish for a 56-53 basketball victory.
The DeSales girls basketball team started its season off with a resounding win on Tuesday, as the Irish stifled the Asotin Panthers for four quarters en route to a 39-24 result.
BICKLETON, Wash. — Touchet’s Omar Martinez led all scorers with a game-high 16 points, teammate Dominic Preciado had 12, but they remained winless this season as Bickleton rallied in the fourth quarter to hand them a 40-32 loss here in non-league boys basketball action here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Cali Long, Sumi Leavell and Courtney Meliah all scored in double-digits for College Place High School, as the girls picked up their second straight win with a 60-20 rout of Walla Walla Valley Academy in non-league basketball action here on Monday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy opened its boys basketball season with an exciting 73-62 victory over College Place High in non-league action here on Monday.
RICHLAND —The Touchet High School boys basketball team did not get off to the start that it wanted to as the Indians walked out of Liberty Christian losing 69-35 here on Friday.
ATHENA — Weston-McEwen broke into the win column here Saturday in non-conference girls basketball action. The TigerScots held Gaston to 11 first half points and went to intermission with an insurmountable 31-11 lead. The TigerScots went on to post their first win of the year with a 55-26 victory.
ATHENA — A desperate fourth-quarter comeback fell just short here Saturday in non-conference boys basketball action. Weston-McEwen out scored Gaston 19-12 over the last eight minutes, but it wasn't enough as the Greyhounds held on for a 51-49 win.
SPOKANE — Annelise Whitaker took home a second-place medal for the Walla Walla High School girls wrestling team here at the Central Valley High School Classic on Saturday.
PRESCOTT — Prior to the season, Prescott boys basketball coach Allyn Griffin noted the importance of the first stretch of games for building momentum.
KENNEWICK — Ruben Lozano and Jakob Humphrey each bested their respective weight class for the Walla Walla High School boys, as the Blue Devils combined to place fourth among 15 wrestling teams here at the Bob Mars Tournament on Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School boys swim team started its season off on the right foot Saturday, as it hosted a six-team meet with Chiawana, Hanford, Pasco, Richland, and Hermiston here at Harvey Pool, and took a clean sweep of the podium in the sprint pentathlon.
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — Jesse Jones bested the 145-pound weight class for Mac-Hi wrestlers, teammates Isaac Wood, Tanner Wells as well as Layne Ensey each captured a medal in their respective weight classes, and College Place had Alex Smith placing third here at the Enterprise Kick Off Tournamen…
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place’s girls tipped off their basketball season on the right foot here on Thursday night, handing visiting Dayton-Waitsburg a 64-35 defeat.
POMEROY — Back on the hardwood for the first time since finishing last season as the state runnerup in 1B girls basketball, Pomeroy got the 2019-20 campaign off to a victorious start with senior Pirate Maddy Dixon passing a milestone.
ST. JOHN, Wash. — The Dayton-Waitsburg girls got their prep basketball season off to a shaky start here on Tuesday.
ST. JOHN, Wash. — Dayton-Waitsburg boys came out in dominating fashion here on Tuesday, building a 20-8 lead less than eight minutes into this prep basketball season.
Walla Walla High School’s Jacob Coram drained a 3-ball 10 seconds into season opening boys basketball action here Tuesday.
Walla Walla High School rolls out the mat here on Saturday at the Blue Devil Gym to officially begin the 2019-20 prep wrestling season with its Take Down Tournament starting at 10 a.m.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Walla Walla High School swimmer Laurel Skorina's record-breaking junior year was rewarded with a trip to the state finals this weekend for the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke here at the King County Aquatic Center.
CHEWELAH, Wash. — Pomeroy's prep football season ended here on Saturday afternoon with a 56-20 loss to Selkirk, of the Northeast 1B League, in a crossover matchup.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Walla Walla High School’s girls swimming season concludes this weekend with the state championship meet here at the King County Aquatic Center.