The road to the 2018 South Central Athletic Conference East Division baseball championship was paved remarkably by the College Place High School Hawks.
BENTON CITY, Wash. — Squared off against River View at a neutral site here on Monday in a special playoff for the last available spot in the South Central Athletic Conference girls basketball postseason tournament, College Place took a 33-32 lead into the fourth quarter.
COLLEGE PLACE — For most, senior night marks a seminal point in a young athlete’s life. It’s meant to be the last hurrah for those whose accomplishments will soon be made off the court, rather than on it. It’s a final farewell to adolescence, and the realization of an evolution years in the making.
BENTON CITY, Wash. — Sumi Leavell scored a game-high 14 points, teammate Maeve Thompson added 12, Shea Kasenga 10, and the College Place girls routed Kiona-Benton 48-22 in a pivotal South Central Athletic Conference basketball matchup here on Tuesday.
BENTON CITY, Wash. — The College Place High School boys came out fired up, took a 20-18 lead after one quarter of play, and fought Kiona-Benton to the end with both Jackson Shumate and Reagan Case fouling out for the visiting Hawks.
FINLEY, Wash. — The College Place High School girls basketball team took on undefeated Warden on Friday at home then went to River View on Saturday.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place High is hosting its first Coaches vs. Cancer event during home basketball games against Warden on Friday night.
HERMISTON, Ore. — The College Place High School wrestling team went to Hermiston, Ore., here on Saturday to participate in the Farm City Invitational.
ECHO, Ore. — College Place High School wrestlerd went to Echo High School in Oregon on Saturday to participate in the Cougar Challenge.
COLLEGE PLACE — Riverview exploded for 27 first-quarter points, and the Panthers never looked back here in South Central Athletic Conference boys basketball action here Saturday. College Place had no answer on this night as the Panthers roared to a 90-59 win.
College Place and Troy, Idaho battled into double overtime in boys basketball action here at the Edward Jones Christmas Classic. The Trojans overcame a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to edge the Hawks in double overtime 71-69 and claim the 2019 boys Classic title.
EPHRATA, Wash. — Shea Kasenga scored 20 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the College Place girls, but Ephrata routed them 61-40 in a non-league basketball matchup here on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy opened its boys basketball season with an exciting 73-62 victory over College Place High in non-league action here on Monday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Hawks senior Natalie Orchard signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball and study at Providence College in Rhode Island on Wednesday.
GRANGER — Looking to bounce back from a straight set playoff loss on Tuesday at LaSalle, the College Place High School volleyball team had to do it at Granger here on Saturday.
ROYAL CITY, Wash. — Washington Class 1A powerhouse Royal showed its ready for another run at a state title with a 76-7 South Central Athletic Conference East victory over College Place here on Friday night.
COLLEGE PLACE — Cashmere rolled over College Place on a windy Hawks Senior Night here on Friday, 43-19, in a non-league football matchup.
CONNELL — College Place's Eleonara Frokic won the 5,000-meter girls race at the fourth South Central Athletic Conference cross country meet here on Thursday.
COLLEGE PLACE — It was deja vu all over again for the College Place volleyball team here Thursday night.
ZILLAH, Wash. — College Place High School sophomore Joshua Courtney bested the boys three-mile race, leading the Hawks at a South Central Athletic Conference cross country meet here on Thursday.
BENTON CITY, Wash. — College Place High School’s volleyball team fell to Kiona-Benton in straight sets, 25-13, 25-9, 25-17, for a South Central Athletic Conference setback here on Thursday.
WARDEN, Wash. — The College Place High School girls soccer team scored twice in the second half, but the Hawks made little ground in chasing Warden here on Tuesday.
BENTON CITY — College Place football coach Donald Ponds knew heading into Friday night’s clash with South Central Athletic Conference foe Kiona-Benton his Hawks squad had its hands full.