MISSOULA, Mont. — The Lewis-Clark Twins scored 10 runs over the final two innings and defeated the Walla Walla Bears 17-11 here Sunday to conclude play in the Missoula summer baseball tournament.
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.
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.
CASTLE ROCK, Wash. — College Place lost, 6-1, to Montesano in a first-round matchup of the state championship baseball tournament here on Saturday.
CONNELL, Wash. — College Place boys and girls finished their tennis seasons at sub-districts here on Monday.
MATTAWA, Wash. — The College Place High School track team competed in the 1A Sub Districts meet on Friday at Wahluke High School.
WARDEN, Wash. — College Place fell to perennial SCAC champ Warden with 10-0 and 10-3 losses in an SCAC softball doubleheader here on Saturday.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place exploded for nine third-inning runs here Friday in loser-out South Central Athletic Conference district baseball playoff action.
MATTAWA, Wash. — Calin Hansen, Garrett Green and Jordan Heunergardt made history for the College Place boys golf program, together becoming the first Hawks ever to qualify for districts when they made the top 25 out of 42 on the individual leaderboard in sub-districts here at Desert Aire on …
ZILLAH, Wash. — Kade Christensen singled home Kyren Morris with two outs in the top of sixth inning to get College Place as close as 12-9, but Zillah held on to beat the Hawks here on Tuesday in a back-and-forth, first-round matchup of the double-elimination SCAC District baseball tournament.
COLLEGE PLACE — Sierra Veronica won her singles match for College Place, while the Hawks had victories in girls doubles by Courtney Meliaha and Shea Kasenga, as well as Rachel Siefarth and Emilie Zillgen, in a tennis dual against Burbank here on Tuesday.
MATTAWA, Wash. — College Place lost, 2-0, to second-place Wahluke in a South Central Athletic Conference boys soccer matchup here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Shea Kasenga and Courtney Meliah won in doubles for College Place, as did Cristal Ibarra and Araceli Garcia, but Royal took every other match in their SCAC tennis dual here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE— The College Place High baseball team faced off against Warden for a single 1A South Central Athletic Conference game on Tuesday on the Hawks’ field, after splitting their doubleheader on Saturday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Jesus Moreno ended a scoreless stalemate with his unassisted goal for College Place in the second half, Hawks goalie Jorge Garcia made five saves, and they held on for a 1-0 victory over Connell in SCAC boys soccer action here on Friday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Cameron Howard won in singles for the College Place boys, while Courtney Meliah and Shea Kasenga, as well as Emily Martinez and Aracely Garcia, added victories in girls doubles during their South Central Athletic Conference tennis meet with Kiona-Benton here in Wednesday.
CONNELL, Wash. — College Place jumped ahead with three runs in the top of the first inning, but Connell ended up handing the Hawks an 11-7 loss in their South Central Athletic Conference baseball matchup here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place pitched and hit well here Saturday in South Central Athletic Conference softball action.
OTHELLO, Wash. — Miseal Saldana converted a late penalty kick for College Place, but the Hawks ended up with a 4-1 loss at Othello in non-league boys soccer action here on Thursday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Kyren Morris homered and tripled for College Place, teammate Kyler Tiner singled for their only other hit, but the Hawks still came away with a 5-3 victory over Royal in their South Central Athletic Conference baseball matchup here on Tuesday.
ROYAL CITY, Wash. — Joel Jameson and Meliah Loe each won three events for College Place High School track teams, Braeden Schwartz and Madeline Weaver each took two for the Hawks, and Vanessa Rodriguez added a win in girls shot put while a pair of CP relays were victorious at a three-team Sou…
COLLEGE PLACE— It was a tough weekend for the College Place High School boys soccer team after falling short in back-to-back games, losing to a good Wahluke team 1-0 on Friday and a undefeated non-conference La Salle team 1-0 on Saturday.
ROYAL CITY, Wash. — It was a rough day for the College Place High School baseball team, as they just could not get the bats working against Royal on Saturday, and they would get swept by scores of 6-2 and 6-1.
CONNELL, Wash. — The College Place High School boys and girls outscored both Wahluke and and Kiona-Benton in a South Central Athletic Conference track and field meet here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Matt McKenzie slapped a run-scoring single in the first inning and went on to pitch a one-hit shutout for College Place as the undefeated Hawks picked up their sixth straight win with a 10-0 rout of River View in South Central Athletic Conference action here on Wednesday.
CONNELL — College Place’s boys played host Connell to a 1-all tie after regulation and overtime in South Central Athletic Conference East soccer play here on Tuesday.
NACHES, Wash. — Allison Uecker slugged three of Naches Valley’s four home runs here Tuesday as the Rangers muscled their way to a doubleheader sweep of College Place in prep softball play between South Central Conference cross-division rivals.
The College Place baseball team swept River View this past Friday in their doubleheader, winning the first game 16-6 and the second game 3-2.
COLLEGE PLACE — The College Place boys soccer team took on Royal High School on Saturday at home and fell 2-1.
COLLEGE PLACE— The College Place boys soccer team’s three-game win streak came to an end this past Saturday as the Hawks fell 1-0 to Bush High School in a defensive battle at home.