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Four in double figures lead Warriors to victory

Four in double figures lead Warriors to victory

ONTARIO, Ore. — Walla Walla rediscovered its shooting touch here Wednesday night in an important 88-77 Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region women’s basketball victory over Treasure Valley.   Led by a quartet of Warriors who all scored in double figures and combined to shoot 27-for-46 from the floor and 9-for-12 from outside the 3-point line,…

Women drop decision to Spokane

Women drop decision to Spokane

Walla Walla’s roller-coaster women’s basketball season continued Wednesday night in the Dietrich Dome, and not in a good way as far as the Warriors are concerned.   Exactly one week after their most impressive win of the season, a 95-91 overtime victory over Eastern Region-leading Wenatchee, the Warriors stubbed their toe Wednesday against Spokane and…

Warrior women fall to Yakima

Warrior women fall to Yakima

YAKIMA — For the third time this season, Walla Walla Community College went to overtime here Saturday in women’s NWAC East basketball action.   The Warriors pulled out overtime wins against Big Bend, 83-81, and last Wednesday 95-91 over Wenatchee Valley, but came up just short Saturday. Yakima Valley edged the Warriors 7-6 in the…

WWCC women win OT thriller

WWCC women win OT thriller

It took an extra five minutes for Walla Walla Community College to end Wenatchee Valley’s 16-game win streak Wednesday in women’s East Region NWAC basketball action at the Dietrich Dome.   The Warriors got it done by outscoring the Knights 16-12 in overtime to emerge with a 95-91 win and drop the Knights to 8-1…

Warriors bounce back against Hawks

Warriors bounce back against Hawks

PASCO — Walla Walla Community College bounced back from a 71-58 defeat at the hands of Blue Mountain on Wednesday to defeat Columbia Basin 77-67 here Saturday in NWAC East women’s basketball action.   “We played with high energy today,” Warrior coach Bobbi Hazeltinge said. “We played really well. A lot better than on Wednesday.”…

T’Wolves stun Warrior women

T’Wolves stun Warrior women

Forty-eight hours after celebrating what was arguably their biggest win of the season, the Walla Walla Warriors were left to deal with by far their most disappointing defeat Wednesday night.   Blue Mountain, winless in its first six NWAC East Region games and 2-14 overall, invaded the Dietrich Dome and stunned the Warriors 71-58, turning…

WWCC ranked #2 in current RPI Standings

WWCC ranked #2 in current RPI Standings

Women’s Basketball RPI Rankings – January 22 Only games vs. NWAC opponents are included in the Rankings 2018-2019 NWAC Women’s Basketball RPI Rankings RANK TEAM Games RPI 1 Wenatchee Valley 17 0.6115 2 Walla Walla 19 0.6071 3 North Idaho 12 0.5949 4 Lane 17 0.5912 5 Big Bend 17 0.5745 6 Spokane 17 0.5722…

Warrior knock-off East leading Vikings

Warrior knock-off East leading Vikings

MOSES LAKE — Walla Walla women’s basketball coach Bobbi Hazeltine felt as dragged out as her players in the aftermath of Monday’s harrowing 83-81 overtime victory over Big Bend on the Vikings’ home floor.   “I know that I am exhausted,” the Warriors coach said. “And I know the girls are, too. But what a…

Warrior women pick up victory over TVCC

Warrior women pick up victory over TVCC

The Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team picked up win number 13 on the season as they defeated Northwest Athletic Conference foe Treasure Valley at the Dietrich Dome on Wednesday night, 70-46.   It was a slow start for both teams offensively, with Treasure Valley shooting only 26 percent from the field and Walla…

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