- Golf (boys and girls) (State)
Our 5th Annual Sports Physical Round-Up is set for Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 3-7 pm. Once again we have partnered with Providence Medical Group and their physicians to offer FREE comprehensive, sports physicals at Wa-Hi. This event is open to everyone in the surrounding communities but is limited to those entering the 6th - 12th grades next year.
Providence Medical Group has even more physicians volunteering for this event so we plan for the flow to move a bit faster this year. Please bring the form filled out and signed by both student and parent to the event with you, or bring your parent with you and fill out the form while you are there. All three pages are required to participate.
Click on the links below for tournament brackets.
District at Chiawana HS Feb 2 2019
Districts at Othello HS Feb 2 2019
Regionals at TBD Feb 9 2019
District at TBD Feb 2 2019
John Golden was nominated by Hunter Polley and Kysa Jausoro, Anne Bickelhaupt was nominated by Hannah Gilmore and Olivia Doepker as their most inspirational teachers. The boys and girls basketball teams have teamed up to have their athletes honor their teachers. Watch for new honorees each week between the girls and boys Varsity games.
From the WIAA website:
"Each week throughout the school year, the WIAA and Wendy's recognize varsity athletes, from each of the six classifications, who exhibited outstanding performances the previous week (based on nominations). The weekly deadline is the Tuesday before at 12:00 PM. All varsity level students in good academic standing at their schools are eligible to receive the WIAA/Wendy's Athlete of the Week Award. Students may win the award once during any given academic year. Each winner receives a letter of recognition from the WIAA Executive Director, a commemorative WIAA/Wendy's Athlete of the Week promotional item, and a certificate. Winners are announced weekly on the WIAA website and on social media."
Recently Mya Jones was nominated by her coach Jason Postlewait. Coach P said of Mya, "Jones helped take a 3-1 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Chiawana, by shooting back-to-back 190 games and coming through in the clutch with a strike to seal the first Baker game."
Post-Season play is beginning for many of our teams. Click on the links below for tournament brackets.
Saturday, October 20th is a Big Day for Wa-Hi Slowpitch Softball.
In a dramatic turn of events last night Blue Devil Slowpitch Softball came from behind to win the #1 seed in Districts and the right to host the district tournament on Saturday.
Games on Saturday the 20th will be held at Murr Field. Chiawana and Hermiston will face off at 10 am then at noon the winner of that game will play Walla Walla for the District Title and the one and only MCC seed into the State tournament.
Winter 2018-19 sports registration is open. Register before the sport deadline in order to attend the first practice or try-outs.
|Sport||Registration deadline||First Practice date|
|Girls Bowling||Wednesday, October 24||Monday, October 29|
|Girls Basketball||Wednesday, November 7||Monday, November 12 (no school)|
|Boys Basketball||Wednesday, November 7||Monday, November 12 (no school)|
|Boys Swim||Wednesday, November 7||Monday, November 12 (no school)|
|Girls Wrestling||Wednesday, November 7||Monday, November 12 (no school)|
|Boys Wrestling||Wednesday, November 7||Monday, November 12 (no school)|
A sports physical with no limitations that is good for the entire sports season must be on file with the school and appropriate insurance must be documented on FamilyID.
There is no sports fee this year! Registration is easy on FamilyID (click here).
See the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) attachments below or visit the individual sport's webpage for more information.
800 Abbott Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Safety Tipline: 855-976-8772
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