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Former-Warrior named West Region Pitcher of the Week

Former-Warrior named West Region Pitcher of the Week

PORTLAND, Ore. – After being named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week on Monday, Montana State University Billings senior Jarrod Molnaa has been named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association West Region Pitcher of the Week announced by the organization on Tuesday. The senior right-hander authored a three-hit, nine-inning shutout of Saint Martin’s University…

Warriors drop East Region openers

Warriors drop East Region openers

Consistency has been a trait that has eluded the Walla Walla Community College baseball team far too often in the early stages of the 2019 season, according to first-year head coach Justin Speer.   The latest episode unfolded Wednesday at Warrior Field, where WWCC opened Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region play with a pair of…

Warriors take two from Mt. Hood

Warriors take two from Mt. Hood

GRESHAM, Ore. — Walla Walla first-year coach Jason Speer has said all along that pitching would be one of his team’s strengths in 2019.   And it was pitching, particularly that of sophomores Brayde Hirai and Michael Peterson, that stemmed the tide of a prolonged losing streak and lifted the Warriors to a doubleheader sweep…

Warriors drop games to CBC, Edmonds

Warriors drop games to CBC, Edmonds

EDMONDS, Wash. — Three one-run losses and a shutout defeat piled on to Walla Walla’s early season of baseball discontent here over the weekend.   The Warriors, unable to play — or practice — on their home diamond because of the lingering snowfields, went on the road for rescheduled games for the second consecutive weekend…

Weather sending Warriors out of town

Weather sending Warriors out of town

The WWCC Baseball team has changed their home schedule this weekend due to the weather. They will now be on the road on Saturday in Albany, OR and Sunday in Salem, OR. The schedule is below. WWCC Baseball Saturday, March 2nd @ Linn-Benton CC – Doubleheader, 11:00am/2:00pm Sunday, March 3rd @ Chemeketa CC – Doubleheader,…

Sweets add trio of Warriors

Sweets add trio of Warriors

WALLA WALLA – Three members of the Walla Walla Community College baseball team – two of which suited up for the Walla Walla Sweets last summer – have committed to join the local West Coast League entry for the 2019 season, the team announced Thursday. The trio looking to improve the Sweets 2018 record of…

Speer named next head baseball coach at WWCC

Speer named next head baseball coach at WWCC

Justin Speer would probably never cut it in Major League Baseball’s current all-or-nothing climate in which home runs and strikeouts are piling up at all-time record levels. Speer’s always been a proponent of small-ball baseball since his high-school playing days in Gresham, Ore., right on through to his early years of coaching at Mount Hood…

Meliah sets out in new direction at WWCC

Meliah sets out in new direction at WWCC

Dave Meliah is 41 years old, and he’s held a baseball bat in his hands in one capacity or another for as long as he can remember. So when it was announced last week that Meliah was stepping aside as Walla Walla Community College’s head baseball coach and would take on an administrative role as…

Warriors suffer sweep to Chukars

Warriors suffer sweep to Chukars

Treasure Valley hands WWCC a pair of setbacks, 6-0 and 7-4, on the Warriors’ field on Wednesday. Treasure Valley visited Warrior Field on Wednesday determined to play spoiler in the NWAC East Region baseball race. The Chukars, 3-17 in the East entering Wednesday’s twin bill, dealt Walla Walla Community College a setback in its bid…

WWCC sweeps baseball marathon

WWCC sweeps baseball marathon

PENDLETON — It took Walla Walla Community College 21 innings here Saturday in NWAC East baseball action, but the Warriors got the job done by the narrowest of margins. The Warriors plated a run in the top of the ninth in the opener to break a 6-6 tie and earn a 7-6 win over Blue…

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