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Injuries caught up to Dayton-Waitsburg in a 66-0 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference 2B football loss to River View here on Thursday, Oct. 21.
"The team is continuing to improve with each game," Wolfpack coach Tracy Barron said. "Their net play and coverage were great tonight."
Dayton-Waitsburg lost a three-set volleyball match to Kiona-Benton here on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
"The team came out ready to play," Wolfpack coach Tracy Barron said. "Their net play and coverage was really great. The team continues to build unity and improve each and every game."
Walla Walla Valley Academy resumed Eastern Washington Athletic Conference 2B play with a three-set volleyball victory over visiting Dayton-Waitsburg on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Tri-Cities Prep scored a pair of touchdown in each of the first three quarters to take a 42-7 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference victory over Dayton-Waitsburg on Friday, Oct. 8.
The Warden Cougars weren't very hospitable guests in Waitsburg on Thursday night, Sept. 30, handing Dayton-Waitsburg a 54-0 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference 2B football defeat.
"I am proud of these girls for making the best of a messy situation," Wolfpack coach Tracy Barron said. "Between injuries and illness, we were missing some of our key players. These girls adjusted, playing spots on the court that they had never played before."
Makenna Barron finished with six blocks and a kill for D-W (0-5 record) while teammate Megan Forney had four digs, a block and a kill as they tried to survive a challenging road trip.
"This team is improving every time they step on the court," Wolfpack coach Tracy Barron said. "As a coach, you can't ask for anything more."
Kylee Henry finished the match with three digs, three assists, four kills and two aces or D-W while teammate Emily Rodrick has a kill, five assists and three aces, and Makenna Barron added five digs, two kills, two blocks and four aces.
"I am so proud of these girls," Dayton-Waitsburg coach Tracy Barron says. "Due to a COVID shutdown, we were only able to practice with both schools together one time before this game. The team proved that have grit and determination that a coach only dreams about.
Sadie Seney led all scorers with 22 points for Dayton-Waitsburg's high school girls basketball team, but Columbia still handed them a 63-38 loss Thursday in Burbank.
Sadie Seney lead all scorers with a game-high 16 points for Dayton-Waitsburg's high school girls basketball team, but Tri-Cities Prep prevailed 72-30 on Tuesday in Dayton.
Dayton-Waitsburg's girls basketball team hung tough against River View, but came up short on Saturday, 56-45, in Finley, Wash.
Mabton rallied to edge the Dayton-Waitsburg high school boys basketball team 33-29 on Thursday in Dayton.
Mabton routed the Dayton-Waitsburg high school girls basketball team 67-38 on Thursday in Dayton.
Cayle Davis led the Dayton-Waitsburg contingent at Suncadia's Rope Rider course on Tueday, April 27. Davis carded a 103 over the par-72, 18-hole course.
Four schools competed at Sun Willows Golf Course on Thursday, April 8, with Dayton-Waitsburg's Caleb Barron topping local golfers with a 94 on the 18-hole, par-72 course, good for fourth.
Dayton-Waitsburg ended its spring football season 3-3 with a 40-12 victory at White Swan on Tuesday night.
Dayton-Waitsburg's high school volleyball team wrapped up its season with a comeback win Wednesday in Dayton.
The Dayton-Waitsburg high school volleyball team was slow shaking off a long bus ride Tuesday.
The Dayton-Waitsburg prep volleyball team rallied to win a five-set thriller Thursday at River View.
Dayton-Waitsburg picked up 32-20 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference (EWAC) football victory over Mabton on Saturday, March 13.
Tri-Cities Prep took a 41-16 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference (EWAC) football decision over Dayton-Waitsburg on a cold, windy Friday night, March 5.
Sadie Seney scored 14 kills for Dayton-Waitsburg, and they swept their prep volleyball match against Riverside (25-9, 25-19, 25-17) here Saturday.
Dayton-Waitsburg clicked on all cylinders in a 38-0 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference (EWAC) football victory over visiting Highland on Saturday.
PASCO — The Dayton-Waitsburg prep volleyball team fell to Tri-Cities Prep in straight sets (25-12, 25-19, 25-13) here Friday.
Dayton-Waitsburg dropped an Eastern Washington Athletic Conference volleyball match at Mabton on Tuesday night, 25-11, 25-16, 25-18.
BURBANK, Wash. — A week after falling at Tri-Cities Prep, 57-30, the Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball team had to delay its hopes of getting some revenge when hazardous weather conditions Saturday forced a postponement of their Eastern Washington Athletic Conference tournament matchup in Bu…
GRANGER, Wash. — Bad weather Saturday forced the postponement of a Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball playoff here against Tri-Cities Prep at the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference postseason tournament.
WAITSBURG — Mason Finney’s last-second 3-pointer lifted Dayton-Waitsburg to a 50-49 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference victory over Liberty Christian here on Wednesday night.
WAITSBURG — Dayton-Waitsburg’s girls put 21 first-quarter points on the board, held a 32-27 halftime lead, and shut Liberty Christian down in the second half for a 69-43 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference victory over the Patriots on Wednesday.
RICHLAND — The Dayton-Waitsburg girls basketball team erased an early deficit here at Liberty Christian on Friday, turning the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference matchup around with second half to win 74-56.