Walla Walla High School’s 2020 softball team has been through its own share of phases over the last 10 weeks.
GRANGER — Walla Walla Valley Academy’s boys handed Mabton/Lyle a 58-37 trouncing at the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference tournament here on Saturday.
BURBANK — Jake Freedle scored a game-high 21 points for the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys, but battling the flu and a fired-up Burbank, the Knights saw their 10-game winning streak come to an end with an otherwise lackluster performance on the final day of the regular season.
KITTITAS, Wash. — Coming in here Thursday with the best record in the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference (and a nine-game winning streak) the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys knew they essentially had a collective target sign on their backs, and fourth-place Kittitas was primed for a prep…
KITTITAS, Wash. — Sahara Browning hit a game-winning shot at the buzzer, lifting Walla Walla Valley Academy to a 47-45 victory over Kittitas in Eastern Washington Athletic Conference girls basketball action here on Thursday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Even though the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys came away with the best record in the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference, they needed a strong performance in the clutch against winless Mabton to pull out their 63-53 victory here on Monday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Fresh off a busy weekend here at the Friendship Tournament, with a 45-31 win over Puget Sound Adventist on Friday and then a 43-40 loss to Auburn Adventist on Saturday, the Walla Walla Valley Academy girls basketball team was back at it here Monday, battling to keep pace with…
COLLEGE PLACE — With an 18-2 lead after the first quarter, the Walla Walla Valley Academy boys appeared well on the way to their seventh straight win, returning to the top of Eastern Washington Athletic Conference standings here Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Sahara Browning scored 14 points for Walla Walla Valley Academy, teammate Celeste Santellano had 11, Rylee King 9, but they wound up with 43-40 loss to Liberty Christian in Eastern Washington Athletic Conference girls basketball action here on Tuesday.
RICHLAND — Jake Freedle forced overtime when he buried a game-tying 3-pointer for Walla Walla Valley Academy with only three seconds left, and the Knights carried the momentum to a 76-68 comeback win over Liberty Christian in Eastern Washington Athletic Conference boys basketball action here…
RICHLAND — Sahara Browning scored 11 points for Walla Walla Valley Academy, teammate Rylee King grabbed 11 rebounds, and the Knights paced Liberty Christian most of the night for a 42-33 victory in their Eastern Washington Athletic Conference girls basketball matchup here on Monday.
MABTON, Wash. — Walla Walla Valley Academy moved a step closer to clinching the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference volleyball championship here Thursday night with a straight-set victory over Mabton.
PRESCOTT — Prescott scored three minutes into the match, held a 4-0 halftime lead, and handed visiting Walla Walla Valley Academy a 7-1 soccer loss here on Wednesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy jumped ahead with a victory in the first set of an Eastern Washington Athletic Conference volleyball match here on Monday, but the night was far from over as a Kittitas victory in the second set evened things up.
BURBANK, Wash. — Walla Walla Valley Academy finished off Columbia (Burbank) in straight sets, 25-7, 25-16, 25-9, leaving with an Eastern Washington Athletic Conference volleyball match victory here on Thursday.
WHITE SWAN, Wash. — Walla Walla Valley Academy, fresh off its weekend championship in the Fall Classic at Walla Walla University, went on the road Tuesday and returned to Eastern Washington Athletic Conference prep volleyball play in fine fashion.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy avenged its only tournament loss and in the process claimed the championship here Saturday night as the annual Fall Classic prep volleyball tournament at Walla Walla University drew to a close.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla Valley Academy shook off a slow start to get a little revenge against rival Tri-Cities Prep, defeating the Jaguars 3-1 in their Eastern Washington Athletic Conference volleyball match here on Tuesday.
WENATCHEE — A hustling Kyler Barnett started the day for WWVA by reaching on a dropped third strike, and Silas Tupper then walked to set the Knights up for a big first inning in their loser-out playoff with Liberty Bell here on Friday.
KITTITAS, Wash. — Eli Stanciu hustled home on a wild pitch to put Walla Walla Valley Academy ahead before Anthony Coronado singled home Ryan Regalado as the finishing touch on a six-run fourth inning, and the Knights went on to a 10-5 victory over Kittitas in a loser-out playoff here on Tuesday.
PASCO — Eli Stanciu and Jack Harris helped put Walla Walla Valley Academy ahead of first-place Tri-Cities Prep, 2-0, on back-to-back run-scoring singles with two outs in the first inning of their EWAC baseball doubleheader here on Thursday.
SUNNYSIDE, Wash. — Anthony Coronado, Eli Stanciu and Ryan Regalado all came through in the clutch for WWVA, each delivering a clutch hit in the last inning as Knights picked up 6-1 and 7-6 comeback victories over Sunnyside Christian in a non-league baseball doubleheader here on Friday.
PENDLETON — Owen Parks singled home a game-tying run to keep WWVA alive with two outs in the top of the seventh inning, but the bottom of the seventh saw the Pendleton High School freshman team prevail on a walkoff hit to hand the Knights a 5-4 loss in non-league baseball action here on Wednesday.
BOARDMAN, Ore. — Nathan Treadway pitched a no-hitter for WWVA, teammate Owen Parks went 3-for-3 with a walk and two runs batted in, and the Knights picked up a 15-0 win over Lyle-Wishram to open their EWAC baseball doubleheader here on Thursday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Kyler Barnett hit a three-run homer in the first inning for WWVA, and the Knights went on to a 14-3 victory over the Pendleton freshman baseball team here on Thursday.
COLLEGE PLACE — With the local prep basketball regular season approaching its final weekend (and the Walla Walla Valley Academy girls advancing to Eastern Washington Athletic Conference playoff action against White Swan in Granger, Wash., on Friday), Gabrielle Browning is wrapping up a stell…
RICHLAND — Battling Liberty Christian here for sole possession of third place in the EWAC East Division here on Wednesday, the WWVA girls basketball team refused to give up when the Patriots jumped out to a 15-5 lead in the first quarter.