The Walla Walla Bruins salvaged a split with the Apple Valley Blues in an American Legion Class AA baseball doubleheader Wednesday in Wenatchee, bouncing back from an 11-9 loss in the opener to take the second game 14-2.
Walla Walla High School senior Dash Sirmon placed third out of 24 selected decathlon participants from around the state here June 18-19 at the Washington State Multi-Event Championships.
The Walla Walla High School boys basketball team experienced ice-cold shooting in the second half Saturday during the championship game of the Mid-Columbia Conference tournament at Kamiakin High School. Wa-Hi managed just six field goals after halftime in a 57-47 loss to the Kamiakin Braves.
The Pirates used to 20-2 run in the third quarter to Friday's season finale out of reach.
The final McLoughlin High School girls basketball game this season came to an unfamiliar end Friday at Nyssa, where they suffered their first and only loss with a 62-29 defeat.
Guard Diego Jaques and forward Michael Cornia tallied a combined 51 points Friday night as the Walla Walla High School boys basketball team posted a 79-65 victory over Richland in a Mid-Columbia Conference tournament semifinal game in the Wa-Hi gym.
Pomeroy's high school wrestling team left the regional championships Thursday at Liberty High in Spangle, Wash., with Braedyn White placing second in his weight class, and Will Winona third, as the Pirates wrapped up their 2021 season.
Michael Cornia scored a game-high 25 points for Walla Walla High School's boys basketball team, Diego Jaques added 13 points, Jacob Coram had 11, and the Blue Devils wrapped up their regular season schedule Wednesday in Hermiston with a 73-45 rout of the host Bulldogs.
PENDLETON — A late fourth-quarter rally lifted McLoughlin High School's undefeated girls basketball to a 43-40 comeback win over Nixyaawii here Wednesday, June 16.
McLoughlin High School's boys basketball team finished its 2021 season Wednesday in Pendleton with a 63-44 loss to Nixyaawii.
Matched up against a bigger school, Umatilla, the Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team held its own early on with the score tied 11-11 after one quarter. But the TigerScots, of Class 2A, struggled keeping pace with 3A Umatilla the rest of their game, and came away with their fourth straight loss in a 50-26 rout.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team jumped out to a 9-4 lead over Umatilla after one quarter Monday in Athena, but the Vikings dominated the rest of the game and wound up handing the TigerScots a 63-44 loss.
McLoughlin High School's boys basketball team had a six-game winning streak snapped Saturday in the Mac-Hi gym.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team jumped out to a 16-0 lead after one quarter Saturday and rolled to a 41-23 victory over Umatilla in the Mac-Hi gym. On Friday the Pioneers, now 6-and-0, nipped host Riverside, 34-32, in Boardman.
The College Place and La Salle boys basketball teams went to overtime on Friday in the consolation game of the South Central Athletic Conference tournament, and the Lightning struck one too many times in the end and eked out a 57-55 victory.
Walla Walla High's boys and girls swim and dive teams both finished third at the Mid-Columbia Conference championships at Prout Pool here on Thursday, June 10.
Blane Peal scored a team-high 14 points for Weston-McEwen at home Thursday, Aiden Wolf added 11, and the TigerScots knocked off Grant Union 63-53.
Walla Walla Valley Academy's boys basketball team jumped on Mabton at the start of their matchup Thursday in College Place, but the visiting Vikings took over in the second quarter and went on to keep the Knights winless with a 54-44 loss.
College Place's wrestling team finished fifth at the South Central Athletic Conference (SCAC) league championships at Wapato on Wednesday, June 9.
College Place High School's girls basketball team rallied to erase most of an early 21-5 deficit in their do-or-die playoff Thursday on the road, but they came up short at Toppenish in a 53-46 season-ending loss.
College Place High School's boys basketball team won a consolation playoff on the road Thursday, knocking off Kiona-Benton 69-51.
Chiawana joined Walla Walla High School's boys basketball team in lighting up the scoreboard with a fourth-quarter shootout Wednesday in Pasco, but the visiting Blue Devils held on for their third straight win in an 88-84 victory.
For the second night in a row, Walla Walla High School's girls basketball team fell short of a huge upset as the Blue Devils went to the fourth quarter only trailing Chiawana 25-23.
The Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team went to halftime only trailing Stanfield by six points Wednesday in Athena, but the host TigerScots continued to struggle scoring the rest of the game, and they came away with a 47-24 loss.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team rallied to erase a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter, and then edged Stanfield in overtime for a 58-55 victory Wednesday in Athena.
Michael Cornia scored a game-high 19 points for Walla Walla High School's boys basketball team, Diego Jaques had 15, and Jacob Coram added 12 off the bench as their dominating third quarter Tuesday lifted the Blue Devils to a 68-54 victory here at Kennewick.
Walla Walla High School's girls basketball team fell short of a stunning upset Tuesday, June 8, battling Kennewick to the end of a 38-35 loss.
A lopsided first half set College Place High School's boys basketball team on its way to a 94-51 loss at Zillah in their South Central Athletic Conference postseason first-round playoff Tuesday.
Back in action for the first time in almost a week, College Place High School's girls basketball team fell at Wapato, 65-47, in a South Central Athletic Conference postseason first-round playoff Tuesday, June 8.
Heppner handed Weston-McEwen's high school boys basketball team its third straight loss Monday in Athena with a 72-34 defeat.
A scoreless second quarter against undefeated Heppner put Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team in a hole it would never climb out of Monday in Athena, and the TigerScots ended up with a 46-15 loss.
Prescott High's annual Jack Smiley Memorial Scholarship was presented to senior Jena Rowlette on Friday, June 4.
Walla Walla High track and field student-athletes earned all-Mid-Columbia Conference (MCC) and team honors following the season.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team came out strong Friday in Athena, but once Pilot Rock took over in the second quarter, the TigerScots were on their way to a 59-44 loss.
Walla Walla High School's girls basketball team lost at Southridge, 42-29, on Saturday after losing at home to Richland, 68-29, on Friday.
Hector Castillo led all scorers with a game-high 15 points for McLoughlin High School's boys basketball team here Friday in Milton-Freewater, and a fourth-quarter rally lifted the undefeated Pioneers to a 39-28 comeback win over visiting Stanfield.
A late fourth-quarter rally lifted Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team to its first victory of the season Thursday in Pilot Rock, where the TigerScots erased a double-digit deficit to down the Rockets 34-33.
Hector Castillo recorded a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds for McLoughlin High School's boys basketball team Thursday in Milton-Freewater, and the undefeated Pioneers held off Weston-McEwen for a 38-31 victory.
Emma Leber and Daniela Angel matched each other with a game-high 12 points for McLoughlin High School's girls basketball team Thursday in Milton-Freewater, and the undefeated Pioneers made short work of winless Weston-McEwen in a 42-15 rout.
LeAnn Kincaid led all scorers with a game-high 16 points for Touchet's high school girls basketball team, Areli Orozco added 13 points, and the Indians wrapped up this season Thursday at home with a 39-31 victory over Liberty Christian.
Alexis Gonzalez led all scorers with a game-high 14 points for Touchet's high school boys basketball team in its season finale at home Thursday, but Liberty Christian still handed the winless Indians a 62-32 loss.
A dominating fourth quarter lifted DeSales Catholic High School's girls basketball team over Liberty Christian 60-50 on Wednesday in Richland.
DeSales Catholic High School's boys basketball team rallied to knock off Liberty Christian 58-50 on Wednesday in Richland, picking up its third straight win to end the 2021 season.
College Place High School's girls basketball team lost 65-30 at La Salle on Wednesday.