In sports briefs from Monday, Tennessee's football program fires its coach and nine others for NCAA violations, and Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields is entering the NFL draft.
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.