SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — When Alan Bowden, manager of the Virginia Little League team, called time with one out left in the top of the fourth inning Sunday, it didn’t matter that his team was an out away from an 11-0 victory and its second consecutive no-hitter to start the Little League Wo…

TACOMA— The Walla Walla High School Track and Field team sent eight boys and six girls to compete at the State Championships this past weekend at Mt. Tahoma High School.

SPOKANE — Madison Darnold completed one of the best seasons ever by a Wa-Hi golfer with a 7-over par 80, cutting a stroke from her first-round score at state to place 16th on the 4A girls individual leaderboard here at Hangman Valley Golf Course on Wednesday.

LIBERTY LAKE, Wash. — Madison Darnold shot an 8-over par 80 for Wa-Hi, and qualified for state as she finished fifth out of 48 on the individual leaderboard here in the District 8 Championships at MeadowWood Golf Course on Tuesday.

RICHLAND — Amali Gutierrez won three of five matches in singles for Wa-Hi, finishing in fourth place and qualifying for regionals, as the rest of the Blue Devils wrapped up their respective seasons in the Mid-Columbia Conference Championships here at Hanford High School on Monday.

RICHLAND — Etienne Chaillot won four straight matches for Wa-Hi on his way to the Mid-Columbia Conference championship in singles, and the Blue Devils ended up as finishing co-champions with Hanford at the district boys tennis tournament here on Monday. 

KENNEWICK — Madison Darnold became Mid-Columbia Conference Class 4A champion for Wa-Hi when she wrapped up the regular season with a 22-over par 88 that placed seventh on the individual leaderboard at the final pod match here at Zintel Creek Golf Club on Monday

KENNEWICK — Etienne Chaillot and Jaden Juhasz picked up wins for Wa-Hi in a split of singles with Kennewick, but the undefeated Lions swept doubles, leaving the Blue Devils with a 5-2 loss in their Mid-Columbia Conference boys tennis dual here on Thursday.

Abraham Diaz-Garcia took advantage of a rare opportunity, and converted his penalty kick to win the overtime boys soccer shootout for Wa-Hi against Hermiston on the Blue Devil pitch on Tuesday.

Wa-Hi defender Abraham Diaz-Garcia converted a penalty kick on the heels of a second clutch save by Blue Devils goalie Aldo Feria, lifting Wa-Hi to a regular-season ending 4-3 shootout victory over Hermiston in their Mid-Columbia Conference boys soccer match on the Blue Devils pitch on Tuesday.

Back from an All-Mid Columbia Conference softball season as a Wa-Hi junior last year, Alexis Barreras has helped get the Blue Devils right back in contention for a playoff spot.