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Women hold off Yaks, 64-62

YAKIMA — Walla Walla saw a 19-point lead midway in the third quarter vanish in the fourth  Monday night here against Yakima in a Northwest Athletic Conference East Region women’s basketball game. But Warriors coach Bobbi Hazeltine wasn’t talking about that after her team regrouped and pulled out a 64-62 victory, its third in four…

WWCC women sweep weekend

Walla Walla built a 34-21 halftime lead and then blew the doors off in the third quarter en route to a 78-55 victory over Big Bend in a Northwest Athletic Conference East Region women’s basketball game Saturday night in the Dietrich Dome. The victory, coupled with Friday’s 64-44 victory over Wenatchee in the dome, boosted…

Rally comes up short for Warrior women

SPOKANE — Walla Walla fell behind 19-2 in the early minutes of Wednesday’s Northwest Athletic Conference East Region women’s basketball opener here Wednesday night. And even though the Warriors fought back to within a single point in the third quarter, the comeback was of little solace to coach Bobbi Hazeltine following her team’s 63-53 loss…

Warriors take care of Chemeketa

Warriors take care of Chemeketa

It took Walla Walla a full quarter to scrape off the rust of a 19-day hiatus between games Friday night in the Dietrich Dome. But once the corrosion was wiped away, the Warriors were on cruise control as they polished off Chemeketa 71-49 in a women’s non-league community college basketball game between Northwest Athletic Conference…

Warriors to shoot through season

Warriors to shoot through season

If Bobbi Hazeltine’s team shoots 3-pointers the way she believes it can, she figures it won’t much matter if it rebounds the way she thinks it might. Hazeltine, who begins her 18th season in charge of Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball program Friday in Yakima, believes she has assembled a group of talented shooters…

Warrior women blowout Yakima

Walla Walla Community College’s Tabitha Wellsandt scored 20 points to lead the Warrior women in their 91-50 win over Yakima Valley, a Northwest Athletic Conference East Region basketball opponent, here Wednesday. The Warriors (16-6 overall, 5-4 in the league) are now in fifth place in the East Region standings. They had lost their previous two…

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