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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...

 

Colfax x-country returnees aim at strong 2019 season

Colfax cross country team will start its season with a first turnout Monday. Coach Jamie Kinley will welcome many runners back from the two squads which marked a high point for the program when both the boys and girls teams placed sixth in the state...

 

RMEF donates to WSU elk project

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to assist with construction of its elk hoof disease research facility. Construction began in May on campus in Pullman....

 
 By Garth Meyer    Sports    August 22, 2019 

Oakesdale signs Turner, Perry to fill coaching vacancies left by Browns

New high school coaches are set for Oakesdale for the coming school year, following the departure of Brandy Brown, girls volleyball coach, and Dan Brown, girls basketball coach, earlier this summer. McKinzie Turner returns for the volleyball team,...

 

Junior Golf report

Results from Thursday’s play over nine holes: 8-10 year olds: Kaitlynn Ward 52, Vivian Riley 61. 11-12 year old: Jacob Ward 59....

 

How to ride a road bicycle from Spokane to LaCrosse

The eleven bicycle riders from Rutgers University followed a unique route last Wednesday when they rode from Spokane to LaCrosse where they were welcomed for an overnight stay. The route south of Spok...

 
Layne Gingerich; Nathan Akesson

Bulldogs earn NE-South honors

Layne Gingerich, left, and Nathan Akesson were named for all-league honors at the district playoffs last spring. Akesson also received the league's MVP award. He is headed for Big Bend Community...

 

Lewiston grid camp­

Straughan’s Air It Out Football Academy and Lewis-Clark Valley Loggers College Football Team will host a football camp to develop fundamental and advanced skills for quarterbacks, receivers and linemen in the third through 12th grades. Instructors...

 

Pullman 'cudas keep Cluckey cup; Bree Myers sets three meet records

Pullman Barracudas topped the five-team tri-county meet at the Colfax pool Saturday by rolling up 549.5 team points for the all-day meet which concluded the season. Other team scores were St....

 

Junior Gold: August 8, 2019

Tournament four: 8-10 years: Kaitlynn Ward 55, Vivian Riley 77. 11-12 years: Jacob Ward 52....

 

Lentil fest sport event deadlines

Registration deadlines for National Lentil Festival’s 3-on-3 basketball tournament sponsored by Gritman Medical Center, co-ed softball tournament and the Circles of Caring tennis and pickleball tournaments are approaching. Registration for the...

 
Avery Anderson

Swim racers to wrap season with 55th edition of Cluckey Cup tri-county meet

Teams, coaches and fans of the tri-county's novice swim league will swarm to Colfax pool Saturday for the 55th edition of the Cluckey Cup league meet to wrap up the summer season. Pullman Barracudas...

 

Posse books 1-2 record in Legion AA state finals

Last chapter of summer Legion baseball went into the books Monday when the Walla Walla Bruins shut out Pullman Posse 2-0 Monday at the State Legion AA playoffs in Yakima. The loss eliminated the locals who finished with a 1-2 mark in the 16-team...

 

Letter from Coach Morgan marks start of new grid season

Colfax football Coach Mike Morgan Monday issued his pre-season letter to the players and parents. Official start of practice for the Bulldogs will be Aug. 21 at 3 p.m. A mandatory parents meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 19. First action for the...

 
Matt Hockett

Hockett takes third at U.S. Track junior nationals

Matt Hockett, a senior-to-be at Oakesdale High School, placed third in the javelin at the USATF (United States Track and Field) National Junior Championships July 22-28, held on the campus of...

 

Colfax athletic director joins Gar-Pal faculty

Colfax Athletic Director Nathan Holbrook has resigned from the Colfax faculty to join the Garfield/Palouse faculty as a physical education instructor at the Garfield/Palouse Middle School in Garfield. Holbrook, a member of the 2003 Garfield/Palouse...

 

Clarification: Palouse CD grants

After an article about funding to the Palouse Conservation District in the July 18 edition, Jessica Self, grants and development manager for the district, expressed concern about how the information was relayed. She was asked to submit a list of...

 

Bulldog cheer squad set for coming year

Colfax Bulldog cheerleaders for football will includes Miya Ensley and Hayden Fulfs, co-captains; Kari Largent, Emalee Phillips, Maddie Fairbanks, Cydni Miller, Emma Miller, Annika Christenson and Katherine Tate. Ensley and Fulfs will also be...

 
Zoe Bailey

Colfax strokers edge SELW for first season win

Colfax swim team picked up their first win of the season last Thursday with a 687-498 tally over SELW at the Colfax pool. The win reversed a July 16 night result when the SELW team topped Colfax...

 

SELW, 'cudas win Tuesday

The SELW team booked a close win in a dual meet at Endicott over GPOP. Final score was 624-592 for the hosts. At Colfax, the Pullman Baracudas stroked to a big win in a three-team meet. The `cudas dominated with 656 points. Colfax finished with 240,...

 

Posse bags state AA ticket

Pullman Posse rolled up a 2-1 record in Legion 2A playoffs at Jackson Field in Spokane and qualified to play in state finals which will be at Yakima this week. The state playoff grid includes 16 teams which will play at Parker Field and Davis High in...

 

Baseball season ends for AAA Pullman Patriots

The summer’s baseball run for the Pullman Patriots came to an end Saturday at Jackson field in Spokane when they were eliminated at the district playoffs with the last of three straight losses. The loss ended a bid for a return to the state Legion...

 

Mills takes 19th in tie-down at NHS Rodeo

Lance Mills of St. John finished 19th in tie-down roping at the 71st annual National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo., July 14-20. He was one of four names from Whitman County among competitors from the United States, Mexico, Australia...

 

Colfax Junior Golf

Results from tournament three, July 18: 8-10 year olds: Kaitlynn Ward 58, Vivian Riley, second. 11-12 year olds: Jacob Ward 63, Cooper Phillips, second....

 

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