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Bulldogs detonate early for blowout win over Mules

Colfax Bulldogs unloaded 29 unanswered points in the first quarter against the Wahkiakum Mules for a big start of the football season Friday afternoon in the non-league game at Liberty. The Bulldogs...

 
 By Garth Meyer    Sports    September 12, 2019 

Eagles volleyball beats Davenport

The St. John/Endicott/ LaCrosse volleyball team opened the season with a comeback win at home over 2B Davenport Tuesday, 19-25, 23-25, 25-18, 25-17, 15-4. The team lost six key seniors to graduation and returns a mix of two seniors, five juniors, thr...

 

Colfax runners book team wins

Colfax boys and girls booked team wins Tuesday in the Josh Wright Memorial cross country opener at Northwest Christian. The Bulldogs boys finished with a 42 for an 16-point edge over number-two Valley Christian. Other team scores were NW Christian...

 

Ellensburg breakaway roper takes top purse at fair rodeo

Annie Minor of Ellensburg was the top event money winner for the Palouse Empire Rodeo with a time of 2.77 in breakaway roping for a $1,204 first-place purse. Dusti Crenshaw of Touchet finished at 2.8...

 
 By Garth Meyer    Sports    September 12, 2019 

SJEL beats Colton to start season

The Eagles opened with a victory for the 2019 football season. St. John/Endicott/LaCrosse beat Colton 48-26 at Colton Sept. 6. The win matched the Eagles’ total wins for last year (not counting a forfeit). “It was nice,” said coach Rich...

 

TR Timberwolves hammer Springdale in season opener

Tekoa/Rosalia rolled to Springdale and defeated the Chargers 76-28 in their season opener Friday. The two teams played close in the first quarter, but TR opened it up with 36 points in the second frame. Junior QB Anthony Gehring hit three TD for the...

 

Colfax net jamboree scratched Saturday

The three-match volleyball jamboree at Colfax was called off Saturday because of a construction derailment. Athletic Director Gina Hopkins reported they had to cancel after learning the rest rooms were not hooked up to function for the event....

 

Oakesdale wins V-ball opener

Oakesdale volleyball team rolled to Waitsburg Tuesday and booked a sweep. They booked the win with 25-16, 25-14 and 25-6. It was the first match for the Nighthawks under Coach McKinzie Turner who was hired to take the coaching spot vacated by Brandy...

 

Junior Golf Championship

Results from Sept. 5 championship play: 8-10 years: Kaitlynn Ward 59, Vivian Riley 72. 11-12 years: Jacob Ward 62, Cooper Phillips 99....

 

Palouse Bike Week events set

For the week of Sept. 16 through Sept. 21, the community is invited to participate in events that promote cycling on the Palouse. The Pullman Chamber of Commerce, City of Pullman, Washington State University, The City of Moscow and University of...

 

Today's 2040 agenda lists airport tour

Pullman 2040 is set to host its third leadership speaker series, today, Sept. 12, at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport. The event features speakers from around the Pullman community including Anne McCoy, deputy director of athletics/SWA at...

 

Bulldog volleyball still in young mode

Colfax volleyball again this year will compete in the young mode. The Bulldogs, who graduated just two seniors off last year's squad, will hit the boards Saturday with zero seniors in the lineup for...

 

Bulldog boys will again face off agianst Wahkiakum in grid opener

Colfax Bulldogs will make a short trip to Liberty Friday to open the season against the Wahkiakum Mules in the first of two games on the Lancers’ turf. The Colfax game will be one of two matchups at Liberty where the two NE neighbors will host the...

 

Last boater course slated for Sept. 10-11

A last, free boater education course for 2019 will be offered on Sept. 10-11, Tuesday and Wednesday in Pullman. The seven-hour class covers the basic rules of safe boating. The course will be taught by Whitman County Sheriff’s Deputy John Guidice,...

 

Steelhead limit cut to one fish

Anglers on the Snake River this fall will be allowed to keep only one hatchery Steelhead this fall in Washington due to a cut by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife to reduce the limit in half because of this year’s expected...

 

Colfax junior golf

In Colfax Junior Golf League results for Aug. 29, for nine holes, in the 11/12 year-old division, Jacob Ward led with a 61, followed by Cooper Philips in second place. For 8-10 year-olds, Vivian Riley shot 60 and Kaitlynn Ward 63....

 

Eagles return veteran group for 2019 football

The St. John/Endicott/ LaCrosse Eagles are back on the football field, set to open the 2019 season at Colton Friday at 7 p.m. Practice started on Aug. 21 with harvest taking players away at various...

 

DeSales steps down to play in SE 8-man

DeSales High School of Walla Walla, one of the long time campaigners in the state A division and then in the 2B division, has dropped down to 1B football for this season and will play in the SE eight-man league. The Irish gridders at one time were...

 

Volunteers battle fires

Volunteers responded to three fires in the area last Wednesday, Aug. 28. The fires at times threatened houses, but crews were able to stop them. Crews here joined District 13 volunteers to a fire...

 

Bulldogs will get grid sample Friday at LRS Broncos' jamboree

Colfax coaches expect to get an inkling of what the new season will hold when the team travels to Ritzville Friday for the Broncos' jamboree. Coach Mike Morgan said they won't know until later in the...

 
 By Garth Meyer    Sports    August 29, 2019

Wildcats start new on football field

Colton returns to the football field this fall with new faces – a coach, aassistant and a quarterback after its slated starter, senior Jon Bean, moved to Nampa, Idaho with his family two weeks ago. The team lost 13-year coach Clark Vining from...

 

Spokane duo again logs top time at Webb's Slough

Dennis Hughes and daughter Samantha of Spokane again led the field Saturday in a large card of boat racers at Webb's Slough in St. John. The Hughes duo in their Overkill 69 boat were the only team to...

 

Meet the Bulldogs set for tonight

Thursday, tonight, will be Meet the Bulldogs night with coaches introducing players for the upcoming season. The cheerleaders will be serving food starting at approximately 5:30 p.m. at the football field. Coaches and players for the football, cross...

 

Football players start early practice grind

In his pre-season letter to the players, Coach Mike Morgan planted “one last thought” for players to consider before they hit the practice grind for the first time Wednesday. Morgan noted the Bulldogs last year had five games where they won or...

 

Webb's Slough takes aim at even bigger race day

Webb's Slough at St. John marked its biggest race day ever with its June 16 event this year, and Saturday they hope to bump that record. Saturday's race day will mark the 25th race event at St. John...

 

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