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October 30, 2014  RSS feed
Sports

Dayton Defeats WP in Three
WP plays “best defensive match of the season”

WAITSBURG – The Lady ‘Dawgs walked away with a three-set win on the Waitsburg’s court on Oct. 23, but the Lady Cards didn’t go down easy. WP was slow to warm up and allowed the Bulldogs to win 25-16, 25-18 and 25-23. More...

TWO WP RUNNERS IN TOP 10 AT CLARKSTON
EMILY ADAMS TAKES 2ND AND LANDON CALLAS COMES IN 7TH

CLARKSTON – WP’s Cross Country runners all showed improved times on the Clarkston High School course at the 3 mile District 7-9 2A/2B Championship Meet on Oct. 25. “Given that this race has a tremendous hill – a quarter mile with 80 feet elevation gain – they are showing excellent improvement,” said Coach Dan Nechodom. More...

Cards Clinch League Title with Win Over DeSales
CROCKETT AND BROWN GET 90 YARDS EACH ON BIG RUSHING NIGHT

WAITSBURG – The Waitsburg-Prescott football team clinched the Southeast 2B District 9 championship with a 31-6 drubbing of DeSales Friday night. With the senior players donning superhero socks for Senior Night, the Cardinals appeared to display super powers as they outscored the Irish 21-0 in the second half. More...

BULLDOGS FALL TO TAHOLA, 66-20

DAYTON – The Tahola Chitwhins traveled here from the Olympic Peninsula to take on Dayton Friday, in eightman football game. They were not disappointed. Tahola rolled up 50 points in the first half on the way to a lopsided 66-20 victory. The 0-8 Bulldogs suited up 11 players for the game, but had two go down with injuries. They ended the game with only one substitute. More...

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