MISSOULA, Mont. — The Lewis-Clark Twins scored 10 runs over the final two innings and defeated the Walla Walla Bears 17-11 here Sunday to conclude play in the Missoula summer baseball tournament.
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.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Wa-Hi grad Jordy Storm, a Fordham University senior softball player, was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-Region team following the regular season.
PASCO — Wa-Hi’s Etienne Chaillot earned the top seed out of the region by winning the Blue Devils’ first regionals singles title since 2004 at Pasco High on Friday and Saturday.
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.
LIBERTY LAKE, Wash. — Madison Darnold shot a 77 for Wa-Hi to place third, with teammate Hallee Yaw 18th, out of 48 girls on the individual leaderboard after first-round action in the District 8 Championship here at MeadowWood Golf Course 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.
PASCO— The Walla Walla High School softball team’s season came to an end on Saturday after falling short to Mid-Columbia Conference rival Chiawana 6-4.
SPOKANE — Walla Walla High School fought back from a 4-0 deficit here Saturday in district playoff loser-out baseball action.
HERMISTON, Ore. — It was a big weekend for the Walla Walla High School track and field team as both the girls and boys team took first place at the Mid-Columbia Conference Championships.
SPOKANE — Tallulah Sickels and Kysa Jausoro both singled home runs for Wa-Hi in the top of the fifth inning here as the Blue Devils cut in half what was once a 6-0 lead for Central Valley.
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
PASCO — Walla Walla High School’s 2019 boys soccer season came to an end here Saturday with a 1-0 loss to Chiawana in Greater Spokane League/Mid-Columbia Conference Class 4A District 8 Tournament action on the Riverhawks’ home pitch.
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.
SPOKANE — Barely two days after beating Hermiston with a season-high scoring output, Wa-Hi came up empty here on Thursday.
Etienne Chaillot, Sam Tacheny, Andrew Royse and Jaden Juhasz swept singles for Wa-Hi, and that was enough the Blue Devils to claim a 4-3 victory over Chiawana in their Mid-Columbia Conference boys tennis dual here at the Walla Walla Country Club on Wednesday.
Brooke Royse and Leah Chapin won in singles for Wa-Hi, the duo of Sydney Tacheny and Sabryna Horton added a victory in doubles, but for the second time in as many days, the Blue Devils ended up with a 4-3 loss on the high school courts as Chiawana took everything else in their Mid-Columbia C…
PASCO — The undefeated Wa-Hi girls picked up two more victories in track dual scoring, routing both Chiawana and Pasco, and in doing so captured a Mid-Columbia Conference regular season championship here at the Edgar Brown Stadium on Wednesday.
PASCO — Cameron Hutchinson shot an 11-over par 83 to pace the Wa-Hi boys and place 16th on the individual leaderboard in a Mid-Columbia Conference pod match here at Sun Willows Golf Course 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.
PASCO — Wa-Hi senior Madison Darnold finished second out of 49 girls, leading the Blue Devils as she shot a 79 that was 10 strokes behind champion Southridge freshman Angela Park in the Mid-Columbia Conference pod match here at Sun Willows Golf Course on Tuesday.
Andrew Royse and Jaden Juhasz each won a pivotal single match for Wa-Hi as the Blue Devils rallied to beat Hermiston, 4-3, in a Mid-Columbia Conference boys tennis dual at Wa-Hi on Tuesday.
HERMISTON, Ore. — Sevin Birdwell, Tallulah Sickels, Alexis Barreras and Peyton Prudente all hit home runs for Wa-Hi.
RICHLAND — Cameron Hutchinson shot an 11-over par 83 for the Wa-Hi boys, placing 14th on the individual leaderboard and leading the Blue Devils in the fourth Mid-Columbia Conference pod match this season here at Columbia Point Golf Course on Thursday.
SPOKANE — Madison Darnold shot an 80, placing sixth among the individuals to lead the Wa-Hi girls in the Eleen Northcutt Invitational here at Wandermere Golf Course on Friday.
RICHLAND — Host Richland finished first among seven Mid-Columbia Conference boys golf teams that competed here Thursday in a POD match at the Columbia Point Golf Course.
RICHLAND — Etienne Chaillot and Jaden Juhasz each won in singles for Wa-Hi, but Hanford swept doubles play and handed the Blue Devils a 5-2 loss in their Mid-Columbia Conference boys tennis dual here on Tuesday.
RICHLAND — Casey Swanson lined a two-out, two-run double to center field that gave Wa-Hi its first lead of the day here in the top of the fourth inning, and the Blue Devils came away with a 5-4 win that salvaged a split of their Mid-Columbia Conference baseball doubleheader with Hanford on Tuesday.
Julio Tapia netted a hat trick for Wa-Hi, and the Blue Devils rallied for a 3-1 victory over Kennewick in their Mid-Columbia Conference boys soccer match here on Tuesday.