ELGIN, Ore. — Rattled early by Elgin's defensive pressure, Weston-McEwen fell behind 15-6 after one quarter and eventually succumbed to Elgin 43-28 in a girls non-league prep basketball game.

ELGIN, Ore. — Visiting Weston-McEwen fell behind 19-12 after one quarter and continued to fall back over three subsequent quarters here Tuesday night as Elgin prevailed 70-53 in a boys non-league prep basketball game.

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COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy used a full-court press to pull away from Pomeroy here Tuesday in non-league boys basketball action.

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COLLEGE PLACE — College Place High School hosted an annual double-dual wrestling tournament with Walla Walla High and McLoughlin here on Tuesday.

RICHLAND — Touchet roared to a 14-3 first-quarter advantage here Friday in non-conference girls basketball action. The Indians out scored Liberty Christian in every quarter and pulled away for a 43-25 win.

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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.

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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.

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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…

Walla Walla High School used a 32-point second half to over come a five-point halftime deficit and pull out a 49-41 win over Sunnyside in season opening girls basketball action here Tuesday.

After opening the bowling season with three straight loses, Walla Walla High School came from 19 pins down to defeat Pasco 3-2 here Thursday in Mid-Columbia girls bowling action at Bowlaway Lanes.

YAKIMA — Walla Walla Valley Academy’s volleyball season ended at the state 2B tournament here on Friday with a 3-1 defeat at the hands Colfax in a loser-out playoff.