Weekly sports update

Photo by Thomas Pettoello Photo by Thomas Pettoello

Blue Devils varsity football faced off against the Kennewick Lions Sept 22.

Josiah Wik scored the first touchdown for the game, giving the blue devils their first lead in the first half all season. Dalton Thompson made the second touchdown of the game, and Nick Zehner scored another touchdown in the 3rd quarter. The Devils ended with a score of 20-3, beating the Lions. Sept 18, JV put up a good fight, but lost to Hanford 14-21. Sept 25, JV fell to Kennewick 22-47.

 On Sept 21, Girls Swimming faced off against Hanford. The Devils fought hard, but fell to Hanford 83-93.

 Girls Soccer faced off against South Ridge on Sept 19, finishing with a 2-1 win. On Sept 21, the girls put up a good fight against Kamiakin, but lost 0-4. Sept 23, the girls played Hanford, narrowly losing with a final score of 2-3.

Sept 19, Varsity volleyball came out on top against South Ridge with a 3-0 set winner. JV played against South Ridge on Sept 19, ending with an impressive 3-0 set winner. Sept 21, Varsity played Kamiakin and won with another 3-0 set win, and JV fought hard against Kamiakin as well, but lost 0-3.

Sept 20, Cross Country had a home meet at Fort Walla Walla. Both the boys and girls teams placed 4th out of seven teams that were competing.



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