A three-sport standout at Walla Walla High School, named All-Mid Columbia Conference three times in the past 12 months for baseball (last spring as a junior), football and then basketball, Dylan Ashbeck should already have almost three weeks of baseball games under his belt this season.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A pair of Walla Walla High School boys swimming records nearly fell as the Blue Devils wrapped up this season with strong performances in the state 4A championships Friday and Saturday here at the King County Aquatic Center.
CAMP PERRY, Ohio — Walla Walla High School’s JROTC Rifle Teams traveled to Camp Perry, Ohio, last weekend for the Army JROTC Service Rifle Championship.
PASCO — Chiawana, the regular season Mid-Columbia Conference champion, came out here Saturday to keep its season alive after suffering a 50-44 upset loss to Mead in Greater Spokane League/MCC District 8 girls opening playoff action. The Riverhawks Talia VonOelhoffen rose to the occasion and …
OTHELLO, Wash. — Walla Walla High School had Annelise Whitaker, at 140, and Nayeli Flores, at 100, both wrestle their way into the state girls championships here in Region Four girls wrestling action.
SPOKANE — Three big 3-pointers by Leah Carney keyed a second-quarter surge for Gonzaga Prep, giving the Bullpups a 36-27 halftime lead over the Walla Walla High School girls in their district basketball tournament first-round matchup here on Wednesday.
Mead got a 94-foot sprint at the end of regulation to tie Walla Walla High School Wednesday in Greater Spokane League/Mid-Columbia Conference District 8 boys basketball playoff action in the Blue Devils gym.
PASCO — Ruben Lozano and Jake Humphrey led Walla Walla High School wrestlers here Saturday in Mid-Columbia Conference boys 4A Championship action.
KELSO, Wash. — The Walla Walla High School boys swim team qualified for three events at State while finishing fifth as a team in the Class 4A District 4 & 8 Championships here at Kelso High on Saturday.
Walla Walla High School snapped its only two-game losing streak — road loses at Kamiakin and Chiawana last Friday and Saturday, — of the season Tuesday in Senior Night Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball action on the Blue Devils’ court.
KENNEWICK — The Walla Walla High School Blue Devil Dance Team took first place in the Dance Category at the Kamiakin Invitational on Saturday.
PASCO — The third-quarter blues got Walla Walla High School again here in Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball action. Wa-Hi edged ahead of Chiawana 13-11 after one and extended the lead to 25-20 at the half.
PASCO — The Wa-Hi Blue Devil men fought tooth-and-nail with the Kamiakin Braves all night long on Friday, but came just short of the win down the stretch in a 72-69 heartbreaker, then couldn't get back into it the next night after Chiawana went up big in the first frame, losing to the MCC le…
The Walla Walla High School boys wrestling team picked up the win on Thursday night, beating the Kennewick Lions 38-32 in a home dual and showcasing their overall improvement since the start of the season.
The Blue Devil girls picked up a big win on Tuesday evening, downing the Southridge Suns, 51-38, in Mid-Columbia Conference action.
The Walla Walla High School boys swim team hosted the annual Blue Devil Invitational on Saturday here at Harvey Pool and came away with a third-place finish out of 12 teams, trailing only Richland and Wenatchee.
Mia Huxoll had the only basket by Walla Walla High School girls after one quarter of their Mid-Columbia Conference basketball matchup here in the Blue Devil Gym on Tuesday against Pasco.
KELSO, Wash. — Annelise Whitaker and Nayeli Flores each won five wrestling matches for the Wa-Hi girls, placing fourth in the their respective weight classes to highlight Blue Devil performances in the Kelso Tournament here on Friday and Saturday.
POST FALLS, Idaho — The Walla Walla High School boys wrestling team won three of five duals on its way to a second-place finish in the Silver Championship of the River City Duals here on Friday and Saturday.
Walla Walla High School alum Hope Klicker and Alyson Ambler, as well as Wa-Hi’s 1979 state champion girls basketball team will be honored here in the Blue Devil Gym on Friday night during the hoops twin bill against Hermiston, which is scheduled to start with the girls game at 5:45 p.m.
Wa-Hi relay teams were the class of the field Tuesday at Harvey Pool on the Whitman College campus as the Blue Devils swept their five Class 4A rivals in a Mid-Columbia Conference dual-meet competition.