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Warrior softball sweeps Yakima

Warrior softball sweeps Yakima

YAKIMA — The Walla Walla Community College softball team combined for 29 runs on 32 hits in a sweep of Yakima Valley on Tuesday. Freshmen Carli Taylor and Mickenzie Mullins blasted their first career home runs in a 13-3 win in the opener, before WWCC rounded out the sweep with a 16-5 victory in the…

Warriors split twin-bill with Columbia Basin

Warriors split twin-bill with Columbia Basin

The Walla Walla Community College softball team split with Columbia Basin on Tuesday in a Northwest Athletic Conference doubleheader at Warrior Field. Walla Walla won the opener 6-4, before CBC rallied to take the nightcap, 12-3. With the split, WWCC sits 8-15 overall and 2-5 in East Region play. The Hawks go to 12-8 overall…

Softball splits with Chukars

Softball splits with Chukars

ONTARIO — Walla Walla Community College’s softball team got a pair of home runs from both Jacie McDaniels and Baily Bennett during a 9-0 shutout of Treasure Valley in the opening game of a Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region doubleheader here Saturday. The Chukars responded with a 14-0 win in the nightcap. Bennett threw five…

Softball splits with Lakers

Softball splits with Lakers

Walla Walla Community College got a complete-game, four-hit pitching performance from Jamie Moe and home runs from Bri Christian and Baily Bennett in a 5-1 victory over Southwestern Oregon in the second game of an NWAC softball doubleheader at Warrior Field. The Lakers took the first game, 17-3. Christian’s long ball was a two-run shot…

Softball goes 2-2 in Richland

Softball goes 2-2 in Richland

RICHLAND — Walla Walla Community College began its 2015 softball season with two wins and two losses Saturday and Sunday during the opening session of the NWAC preseason crossover tournament at Columbia Playfields. The Warriors were shut out by Lower Columbia, 10-0, in their opener, doubled up Grays Harbor, 4-2, and got nipped by Pierce, 6-5….

Warriors keep NWAACC Tournament hopes alive

Warriors keep NWAACC Tournament hopes alive

WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Community College salvaged the last game of its last regular-season home stand here Saturday in NWAACC East Region softball action. The Warriors erupted for 12 hits and defeated Big Bend Community College, 11-7, in Saturday’s night cap to send sophomores Sam Robillard, Brook Simpson, Whitney Amberson, Kendyl Hamilton, Marisa Gonzales…

Warriors split on the weekend

Warriors split on the weekend

WENATCHEE — Walla Walla Community College could not hold a two-run, seventh-inning lead here Saturday and dropped a 12-11 decision to NWAACC Eastern Region-leading Wenatchee Valley in the first game of a collegiate softball doubleheader at North Rotary Park. The Knights, No. 4 in the latest NWAACC coaches poll, scored seven times in the second…

Warriors rally to split with Hawks

Warriors rally to split with Hawks

WALLA WALLA — After dropping the first game of a softball doubleheader with Columbia Basin College, 6-3, the message from Walla Walla Community College head coach Mark Michaud to his Warriors was simple: execute and capitalize. “In game one, we missed on a couple opportunities where we had runners in scoring position and we just…

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