Duos from Longview, Wash., and Yakima claimed the top prizes over the weekend in the annual Couples Chapman golf tournament at the Walla Walla Country Club.
A decade ago, Nicole Christian came home.
College Place senior guard Madeline Weaver, and Pomeroy junior forward Maddie Dixon, are playing in 2019 Washington/North Idaho All-State Girls Basketball Games at the HUB Sports Center in Spokane on June 22.
PRESCOTT — Prescott High has announced this year’s recipient of the Jack Smiley Memorial Scholarship is Tigers senior Anahi Morfin.
RENTON, Wash. — The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s Executive Board voted Sunday, at a meeting in Renton, to no longer hold the state football championship games at the Tacoma Dome.
Steve Ruthven will be the head girls volleyball coach for DeSales High School, the Walla Walla Catholic Schools has announced.
YAKIMA — Dayton-Waitsburg’s softball team suffered a pair of losses on Friday at the Washington state Class 2B tournament to end its run.
RICHLAND — College Place saw its first ever two day run at the Class 1A State Softball Tournament come to an end here at Columbia Play Fields in Saturday action.
RICHLAND — College Place survived a three-game marathon here at Columbia Play Fields in opening Class 1A State Softball Tournament action.
BANKS — McLoughlin High School’s softball team started its Oregon Class 4A state quarterfinal playoff game here on Friday with a pair of runs in the top half of the first inning.
CHENEY — Walla Walla Valley Academy’s Justin Roosma won a state title in the 2B boys 1,600-meter run, while College Place, DeSales, Dayton-Waitsburg, Prescott and Pomeroy all were also in action as the three-day state meet opened here on the Eastern Washington University track Thursday.
SPOKANE — Madison Darnold completed one of the best seasons ever by a Wa-Hi golfer with a 7-over par 80, cutting a stroke from her first-round score at state to place 16th on the 4A girls individual leaderboard here at Hangman Valley Golf Course on Wednesday.
Kristi Childers, a 2015 McLoughlin High graduate, was part of the Corban University women’s 400-meter relay team that finished third at the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) Championships at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Ore., on May 11-12.
Pomeroy failed to record that ever elusive final out, and had its baseball season end on a 4-3 extra-inning walkoff loss to Sunnyside Christian in their state championship quarterfinal at Borleske Stadium on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO — DeSales grad Emily Baumgart, a redshirt-sophomore at Washington State University, is an honorable mention member of the Pac-12 All-Academic women’s golf team.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Wa-Hi grad Jordy Storm, a Fordham University senior softball player, was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-Region team following the regular season.
PASCO — Wa-Hi’s Etienne Chaillot earned the top seed out of the region by winning the Blue Devils’ first regionals singles title since 2004 at Pasco High on Friday and Saturday.
MOSES LAKE — Dayton-Waitsburg’s softball team secured a berth in the state tournament as the second seed out of District 5/6 with two victories at the District 5/6 Class 2B Regional tournament at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex here on Saturday.
MOSES LAKE, Wash. — DeSales ended its softball season with a pair of losses at the District 5-6 Tournament here on Saturday.
MONMOUTH, Ore. — Sam Carlson won a state title for Helix in the 1A boys shot put, and Ellie Scheibner was second for Weston-McEwen in the 2A girls long jump, as both schools finished the track season with several strong performances in their respective meets here at Western Oregon University…
SPOKANE — Pomeroy’s girls track team picked up two regional crowns here Saturday in Regional D7/D9 1B Track and Field 1B Qualifier action here at Central Valley High School.
QUINCY — DeSales qualified 13 track and field athletes for the 2B state track and field meet, beginning Thursday at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, here Friday in District 5/6 state qualifying meet action.
CLE ELUM, Wash. — College Place qualified a strong contingent of boys and girls to march on to the the state 1A track and field championships, which begin Thursday at Eastern Washington University, here Friday in district track and field action.
CORVALLIS — Janelle Martinez and Evelyn Garcia together wrapped up their girls doubles season for Mac-Hi, as did LaBraun Albert and Noah Kelly in boys singles for Weston-McEwen, at the state tennis championships here at Oregon State University on Friday.
CASTLE ROCK, Wash. — College Place lost, 6-1, to Montesano in a first-round matchup of the state championship baseball tournament here on Saturday.
THE DALLES, Ore. — The Mac-Hi softball team was one out away from a 3-2 loss here against The Dalles on Thursday when Ally Marly ripped her first pitch into left field with teammate Rikki Mark already at scoring position in the seventh inning of a non-league, regular-season finale.
CLE ELUM, Wash. — Calin Hanson shot a 105 for College Place and became the first golfer in Hawk history to qualify for state as he placed 13th on the individual leaderboard in the SCAC District Tournament here at Suncadia on Wednesday.