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Varsity Volleyball Gives Back

The Wa-Hi Varsity Volleyball team volunteered at the Salvation Army over the September 19th weekend.
The girls showed off their strong work ethic and painting skills by painting the sanctuary attached to the Salvation Army's food bank. The team also had the chance to learn about the impact the Salvation Army has on our Valley and across the nation. I am very proud of my team's ability to sacrifice their weekend, and show their commitment to others in our community, these girls really did a great job and seemed to have fun doing it.

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Senior Citizen Gold Cards- Get in the Game!

Senior Citizen Gold Card

Walla Walla Valley residents and Walla Walla School District Retirees 65 and older are invited to attend most school events at no charge. Get a complimentary Gold Card and see outstanding concerts, plays, musical productions, art shows, athletic events (except playoff games governed by YVIAA or WIAA regulations) and more as our guest. It's a small way to acknowledge the ongoing support and many contributions our seniors make to the community.

Gold Cards will be issued from the ASB office at Walla Walla High School, 800 Abbott Road.  Proof of residence and a short application form are required. Take advantage of the benefits of a Gold Card, and personally witness comprehensive education – including student entertainment, athletics and art – at its finest.

 

For more information contact: 
Barbara Brown
BBrown@wwps.org
509.526.8611

 

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Girls Basketball Team Wins District Title

The Blue Devil girls basketball team beat Chiawana 61-40, taking home the 4A district title on Feb. 14.

The team finished the regular season 18-2 overall and 14-0 in the Mid-Columbia Conference, which earned them a trip to the district championship as well as an automatic seed into the regional tournament.

With their win over Chiawana, the team will host Gonzaga Prep on Feb. 20 for the 4A regional championship.

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MCC All-Conference Announcements

Boys Basketball
Dylan Steele-1st team all conference
Andrew Harvey-Honorable Mention
 
Girls Basketball-  Coach Chris Ferenz-Coach of the Year
Mikayla Ferenz-Player of the Year and 1st Team All conference
Madison Doepker-1st Team All conference
Kate Ferenz-Honorable mention
 
Boys Swimming
Tyler Jones- MCC Swimmer of the year.
 
Wrestling
Kurt Blackman-2nd Team All conference
Martin Barrera-honorable mention
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Girls Basketball #1 in the MCC!

Walla Walla Blue Devil Girls take #1 in the MCC!  Congratulations on a great season!

Next home game will be the district championship game on Saturday, February 14th.  Game time TBA

The #1 title guarantees at least one game in the GSL/MCC Bracket.

GSL/MCC regional brackets will be posted soon.

 

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Boys Swimming Victorious in Yakima!

Just in from Coach Nancy Rose...
 
Swimming just returned from a quadruple dual meet in Yakima, victorious against 4 Yakima area schools.
 
Score of each dual:
Walla Walla HS 140, Sunnyside HS 7
Walla Walla HS 126, Davis HS 39
Walla Walla HS 120, Eisenhower HS 39
Walla Walla HS 127, West Valley HS 56
 
Senior Tyler Jones won the 100 Butterfly and the 100 Backstroke in all four duals.
Senior Russell Skorina won the 500 Freestyle and the 100 Breaststroke in all four duals.
Junior Chris Yaw won the 200 Freestyle and the 100 Freestyle in all four duals.
In the 100 Freestyle, juniors Eric Cho and Darian Corpus followed Yaw to finish 2nd and 3rd respectively in all four duals.
Senior Joe McKeirnan, freshman Trevor Kytola and senior Sam Callan went 1-2-3 in the 200 Individual Medley in all four duals.
 
Our relays were victorious in all four duals. The 200 Freestyle Relay team of Eric Cho, Luke Elmenhurst, Chris Yaw and Darian Corpus tied West Valley's team for the top spot in a very exciting race.
 
There were many personal bests and several athletes swam new District qualifying times.
Sophomore Calum Close recorded new District qualifying times in both the 200 Freestyle and the 100 Freestyle.
Junior Davidson Norris recorded new District qualifying times in both the 50 Freestyle and the 500 Freestyle.
Junior Zach Cobb recorded a new District qualifying time in the 100 Freestyle.
Sophomore Will Lash recorded a new District qualifying time in the 50 Freestyle.
 
Our final regular season meet and senior recognition is this coming Tuesday, January 27, 6:30 pm at Whitman College's Harvey Pool against Richland HS and Hanford HS.
 
We have 19 athletes qualified for the District Championships to be held in Moses Lake February 5 & 7.
 
Tyler Jones has already qualified for four individual events for the State Championships to be held in Federal Way on February 20-21, but he will only be allowed to compete in two individual events. We are expecting more individuals and relays to qualify for State at the District Champs meet.

 

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