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Dayton-Waitsburg's football team finally got to start the season after a couple weeks of cancellations. The Wolfpack made the most of it, traveling to Cowiche and leaving with a 34-0 victory over Highland.
Larry Weir said the beginning of his broadcast career could be attributed to “dumb luck.”
DAYTON — Winless Dayton-Waitsburg stayed close with Tri-Cities Prep here on Friday night, but ultimately the Jaguars pulled out the 27-15 Eastern Washington Athletic Conference victory.
RICHLAND — Liberty Christian outscored Dayton-Waitsburg 26-0 in the middle two quarters here Friday night and rolled to a 38-16 victory in a non-league prep football game between Eastern Washington Athletic Conference foes.
YAKIMA — Dayton-Waitsburg’s softball team suffered a pair of losses on Friday at the Washington state Class 2B tournament to end its run.
MOSES LAKE — Dayton-Waitsburg’s softball team secured a berth in the state tournament as the second seed out of District 5/6 with two victories at the District 5/6 Class 2B Regional tournament at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex here on Saturday.
YAKIMA — Dayton-Waitsburg ended its state Class 2B tournament run here on Saturday, being eliminated by Onalaska, 11-4.
MOSES LAKE — Dayton-Waitsburg won two of its three games at a Class 2B regional softball tournament here over the weekend and advances to this weekend’s state tourney in Yakima as a No. 3 seed.
KITTITAS — Host Kittitas took a pair of EWAC softball games from Dayton-Waitsburg here on Saturday, 14-4 and 12-5.
DEER PARK, Wash.— Seamus House led Waitsburg High School here Friday in non-conference track and field action. The Cardinals ran in the 15-team Glen Wolf Memorial Invite.
COLTON, Wash. — Megan Robins pitched a complete game with five strikeouts for Dayton-Waitsburg in its 5-2 win over Colton in a prep softball non-league matchup here on Wednesday.
School officials will join for a special meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at Waitsburg Elementary School to continue a discussion about whether to join with Dayton in a sports combine.
WAITSBURG — The planned full-athletic combine between Waitsburg and Dayton school districts was sacked at Wednesday’s meeting of the Waitsburg School Board.
WAITSBURG — Waitsburg and Dayton school districts will have a special joint Board meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in the Waitsburg Elementary School library, 184 Academy St.
WAITSBURG — Waitsburg’s Devon Harshman posted a double-double here Saturday in Southeast 1B girls basketball action. Harshman scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebound0s for the Cardinals, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Oakesdale’s Lizzy Perry’s 24-point night.
Dayton’s and Waitsburg’s school boards had agreed to begin as one athletic unit with the start of school this coming fall. A public meeting in Dayton on Nov. 29 revealed most people were in favor of the action, district officials said then.
WAITSBURG — Devon Harshman scored eight kills along with four blocks and six digs for Waitsburg High School’s volleyball team, but the Cardinals lost all three sets to Garfield-Palouse, 25-17, 25-19 and 25-17, in a Southeast 1B match here on Tuesday.
WAITSBURG — Oakesdale knocked off Waitsburg in three sets here Thursday in a Southeast 1B League prep volleyball match.
WAITSBURG — School officials will decide this month whether to expand the Dayton-Waitsburg Athletic Combine to include all sports in these neighboring districts.
CRESTON, Wash. — Waitsburg High School faced a 6-0 deficit before the Cardinals got a chance to bat, and wound up with an 18-8 loss to Cusick in a playoff for the regional softball tournament here on Tuesday.
WAITSBURG — The Waitsburg Cardinals pounded Columbia-Burbank pitching for 29 runs on 27 hits, but managed only one win in their non-league prep softball doubleheader here on Monday.
WAITSBURG — The Cardinals’ difficult start to this softball season continued with a 23-2 loss to Riverside High of Boardman, Ore., in a non-league matchup here on Monday.
COLFAX, Wash. — Waitsburg High School took a nine-game winning streak into the Southeast 1B boys basketball playoffs here over the weekend. But in only two days, the Cardinals streak and their season both ended.