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Warriors finish fifth at NWAACC Championships

Warriors finish fifth at NWAACC Championships

PORTLAND — The Walla Walla Community College softball team ran into big bats at the NWAACC Tournament and couldn’t muster enough offense to stay with their two opponents on Saturday. The Warriors fell to Mount Hood, 7-1, and were blasted, 14-0, by Treasure Valley in five innings. The losses spelled the end of the season…

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 lose 3 out of 4 on weekend

Warriors lose 3 out of 4 on weekend

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Community College softball team suffered through a difficult weekend on its home turf. The Warriors slipped to 9-8 in the NWAACC Eastern Region and 12-17 overall after dropping three of its four games. WWCC suffered 14-10 and 17-9 defeats to Treasure Valley on Saturday. The Chuckars banged out 28…

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…

WWCC Softball picks up first league wins

WWCC Softball picks up first league wins

PENDLETON — Despite beginning the season in an 0-5 slump, Walla Walla Community College’s softball team has earned a share of second place in the NWAACC East Region after splitting its first league twin bill against Treasure Valley Friday and sweeping Blue Mountain Saturday. The Warriors (3-1 in league and 5-7 overall) ended the opener…

Warrior softball goes 2-2 on the weekend

Warrior softball goes 2-2 on the weekend

3/17/14 The Warrior softball team went 2-2 on the weekend, getting their first wins of the season. On Saturday, the Warriors lost to SW Oregon 11-5 in game one, giving up a late 5-2 lead. However, they bounced back to win game two on a Paige Pontorolo walk-off single in the 7th for the 6-5…

Clackamas wins two over Warriors

Clackamas wins two over Warriors

WALLA WALLA — Clackamas swept Walla Walla 11-10 and 12-3 Sunday in an NWAACC softball doubleheader at Warriors Field on Tausick Way. The Warriors outhit the Cougars 15-12 in the first game, led by the trio of Paige Pontarolo, Sam Robillard and Brook Simpson. They each collected three hits in the game, with Simpson driving…

Saints sweep WWCC softball

3/8/14 WALLA WALLA — The Mount Hood Community College softball team rattled the bats here Saturday afternoon to the tune off eight home runs and 27 runs in a doubleheader against Walla Walla. MHCC blanked the Warriors 10-0 in the opening game and added an impressive 17-6 win in the second game of the twin…

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