Walla Walla High School’s football team entered the 1998 season with a chip on its shoulder.
Former DeSales High School girls basketball coach Tim Duncan led seven teams that qualified for the Class B state tournament.
Patrick Utschinski, an all-state offensive and defensive lineman last year at Walla Walla High School, is back.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School’s Hall of Fame/Toast to Talent Committee is extending the nomination deadline for individuals to June 29 due to uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus, according to Freewater Principal Jay Rodighiero.
The Weston-McEwen football program enjoyed a run of success between 2008 and 2011 that many could envy upon deep examination.
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball team completed the December portion of its 2019-20 schedule 7-0.
SEATTLE — The state basketball format, it seems, is changing again.
Perhaps nothing would have changed — Walla Walla High School would still be 4A, classified with the state’s biggest schools as it always has been for more than a century, and/or DeSales Catholic would remain 2B — if not for two somewhat controversial new state policies adopted only a year ag…
When prep athletics resume in Washington with the start of the 2020-21 school year, this community will find both Walla Walla High School and DeSales High in smaller state classifications.
McLoughlin High School’s girls basketball team suffered through a difficult 2014-15 season in which it went winless in six Greater Oregon League games and was 3-17 overall.
Former McLoughlin High School softball coach Nicole Christian built an impressive career record before departing for Eastern Oregon University last summer.
Walla Walla High School’s Julio Tapia was the Mid-Columbia Conference boys soccer Player of the Year last season, and he was only a junior.
Sports teams that succeed, regardless of venue, tend to be those that possess significant depth.
Michelle Voiland wasted little time recruiting fresh talent for her first season this fall as the head women’s soccer coach here at Whitman College — and she didn’t have to go far.
The 1980-81 and 1982-83 DeSales boys basketball teams had at least one thing in common.
Walla Walla High School track coach Eric Hisaw had his heart broken Monday with the announcement there will be no state championships this year, essentially erasing the 2020 Blue Devil season before it had even really started.
WILSONVILLE, Ore. — Per Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s announcement Wednesday that Oregon schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has cancelled all remaining spring activities and state championships.
A three-sport standout at Walla Walla High School, named All-Mid Columbia Conference three times in the past 12 months for baseball (last spring as a junior), football and then basketball, Dylan Ashbeck should already have almost three weeks of baseball games under his belt this season.
WILSONVILLE, Ore. — Spring sports can still be played at Oregon high schools this year, but the chances are dwindling.
In a video posted Tuesday night, executive director Mick Hoffman said that Washington Interscholastic Activities Association “will do everything possible” to see that spring high school state championships are held this year “without jeopardizing health and safety.”
WILSONVILLE, Ore. — No practices or games for Oregon prep sports will take place through the end of March, according to a press release Friday by the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA).
The coronavirus has claimed more victims.
SPOKANE — The Pomeroy girls went out victorious, capturing the third-place trophy here in the state high basketball championship tournament on Saturday with a 48-26 rout of Mount Vernon Christian at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
SPOKANE — Defense carried the Pomeroy girls back to the state basketball semifinals with a 41-26 victory over Curlew in quarterfinal action here Thursday at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.
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The Pomeroy High School Pirate girls’ motto this year has been “Fight Another Round.”
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A pair of Walla Walla High School boys swimming records nearly fell as the Blue Devils wrapped up this season with strong performances in the state 4A championships Friday and Saturday here at the King County Aquatic Center.
The Prescott High School Tigers had some work to do after losing a basketball heartbreaker at Oakesdale last week.
ONTARIO, Ore. — Jesse Jones took home a regional wrestling title for McLoughlin High School, highlighting the five Pioneers who qualified for state with successful performances in their respective weight classes Friday and Saturday here at the 4A Special District 4 regional tournament.
LA GRANDE — An upset here Thursday would have put the McLoughlin High School boys in the state basketball championship tournament, and the fighting Pioneers were still within striking distance at halftime, only down 20-14.