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.

Walla Walla High School battled back three times from seven-point deficits — and once from a nine-point difference — in the Blue Devil gym on Tuesday in Greater Spokane League/Mid-Columbia Conference District 8 boys loser-out basketball action.

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 …

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.

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.

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…

Michael Cornia, Wa-Hi’s 6-foot-4 junior post, torched Pasco for 33 points Tuesday night in the Blue Devils gym and the home team stormed to a 78-43 victory over the Bulldogs in a Mid-Columbia Conference boys prep basketball game.

KENNEWICK — After turning away Hermiston 86-49 at home Friday, Walla Walla High School took its high octane offense into the Lions Den here Saturday in Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball action.

KENNEWICK — Coming off a 55-42 victory over Hermiston Friday, Walla Walla traveled to the Lions Den here Saturday to battle Kennewick in Mid-Columbia Conference girls basketball action.

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.

Walla Walla High and Chiawana combined for 177 points and 22 3-pointers in the Blue Devils gym on Tuesday in Mid-Columbia Conference boys basketball action.

Guard Diego Jaques scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half Saturday night as the Walla Walla High School boys basketball team knocked off Kamiakin, 63-53, in Mid-Columbia Conference action in the Blue Devil gym.