Walla Walla Sports News
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Thursday Oct 1 | via Tri-cityherald.com
Just over a week ago, the Pasco Bulldogs had lost three of their last four Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball matches, and their MCC co-championship from a year ago might have seemed light years away. The Bulldogs looked more like the defending MCC co-champions Thursday, sweeping winless Walla Walla 25-18, 25-19, 25-22 in Pasco. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Tri-cityherald.com
Kennewick High School senior Alexis Murphy usually doesn't look at where she's seeded before swim meets because she doesn't want to psych herself out. But after Lions coach Trine Tippett told her where she stands ahead of Saturday's Mukilteo Invitational in Federal Way, Murphy is eager to get on the blocks. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Tri-cityherald.com
Getting to a state championship game isn't easy, especially for a team from the east side of the mountains. Only nine times in the last 33 seasons has a current Mid-Columbia Conference team been represented in the state girls Class 3A or Class 4A soccer final. Comment?
Monday Sep 28 | via Tri-cityherald.com
The Kamiakin boys cross country team doesn't have a full arsenal of weapons like it did last year, but the Braves still are the ones everyone is chasing on the course. Senior Phillip Fishburn leads the pack in the Mid-Columbia Conference, with Hanford senior Porter McMichael, Richland freshman Riley Moore and Walla Walla junior Alex Iben right on his tail. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via Tri-cityherald.com
For the Southridge volleyball team, three years of sitting at the top of the Mid-Columbia Conference have come to a screeching halt. Gone are outside hitters Jordan Mix and Alyssa Palmer. Comment?
Thursday Sep 17 | via Tri-cityherald.com
Kennewick High School running back Ronnie Loomis pushes past Walla Walla defender Sam Hoe on Thursday night at Lampson Stadium in the Mid-Columbia Conference opener for both teams. The Lions used those three touchdowns and a late Ronnie Loomis 6-yard TD run to hold off the visiting Walla Walla Blue Devils 39-36 at Lampson Stadium. Comment?
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