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Winter 18-19 Post-Season Tournament Brackets

Click on the links below for tournament brackets.  



Districts at Kelso HS Feb 8-9 2019


4A championships Jan 24 2019 (Pasco)



 District at Chiawana HS Feb 2 2019


Districts at Othello HS Feb 2 2019

Regionals at TBD Feb 9 2019


District at TBD Feb 2 2019


Golden and Bickelhaupt Named Basketball's Most Inspirational Teachers at the Pasco game



John Golden was nominated by Hunter Polley and Kysa Jausoro, Anne Bickelhaupt was nominated by Hannah Gilmore and Olivia Doepker as their most inspirational teachers.  The boys and girls basketball teams have teamed up to have their athletes honor their teachers.  Watch for new honorees each week between the girls and boys Varsity games.


Bowler Mya Jones selected as one of the WIAA's "Athlete of the Week"

From the WIAA website:

"Each week throughout the school year, the WIAA and Wendy's recognize varsity athletes, from each of the six classifications, who exhibited outstanding performances the previous week (based on nominations). The weekly deadline is the Tuesday before at 12:00 PM. All varsity level students in good academic standing at their schools are eligible to receive the WIAA/Wendy's Athlete of the Week Award. Students may win the award once during any given academic year. Each winner receives a letter of recognition from the WIAA Executive Director, a commemorative WIAA/Wendy's Athlete of the Week promotional item, and a certificate. Winners are announced weekly on the WIAA website and on social media."

Recently Mya Jones was nominated by her coach Jason Postlewait.  Coach P said of Mya, "Jones helped take a 3-1 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Chiawana, by shooting back-to-back 190 games and coming through in the clutch with a strike to seal the first Baker game."

Jones Mya 2018


Wa-Hi Slowpitch Softball

Saturday, October 20th is a Big Day for Wa-Hi Slowpitch Softball.

In a dramatic turn of events last night Blue Devil Slowpitch Softball came from behind to win the #1 seed in Districts and the right to host the district tournament on Saturday.

Games on Saturday the 20th will be held at Murr Field.  Chiawana and Hermiston will face off at 10 am then at noon the winner of that game will play Walla Walla for the District Title and the one and only MCC seed into the State tournament. 



2018-19 Winter Sports Registration on FamilyID

Winter 2018-19 sports registration is open.  Register before the sport deadline in order to attend the first practice or try-outs.

Sport Registration deadline First Practice date
Girls Bowling Wednesday, October 24 Monday, October 29
Girls Basketball Wednesday, November 7 Monday, November 12 (no school)
Boys Basketball Wednesday, November 7 Monday, November 12 (no school)
Boys Swim Wednesday, November 7 Monday, November 12 (no school)
Girls Wrestling Wednesday, November 7 Monday, November 12 (no school)
Boys Wrestling Wednesday, November 7 Monday, November 12 (no school)

A sports physical with no limitations that is good for the entire sports season must be on file with the school and appropriate insurance must be documented on FamilyID.

There is no sports fee this year!  Registration is easy on FamilyID (click here).

See the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) attachments below or visit the individual sport's webpage for more information.



Local businesses target of high school sports poster advertising solicitations from out of area company

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Schools has been notified local businesses are being contacted by Sports Media of Omaha, NE regarding advertising solicitations for Walla Walla High School sports poster schedules. Walla Walla Public Schools does not have any affiliation with Sports Media or endorse these posters. The purchase of these ads does not benefit the Walla Walla High School Athletic program. Walla Walla Public Schools encourages local businesses to contact the Walla Walla High School Big Blue Boosters to learn about opportunities available to support local Walla Walla High School athletics.


2018 Fall Sports Registration on FamilyID

2018 Fall Sports Registration at all WWPS secondary schools is open Wednesday, August 1st on FamilyID (

High School Fall Sports include (click the link for the Frequently Asked Questions docs for each sport):

Registration is required for all participants, even if you have participated in a summer sport activity.  Registration on FamilyID is easy and is open 24/7 during the registration window for each sport.  Most people even have success registering from their phones.  Registration requires insurance and signatures from the parent/legal guardian as well as the athlete.

A current sports physical with no limitations that is good through the last day of the state tournament for that sport must be on file with the school or attached to the registration.

There is no fee to participate in sports this year.  Only the yearly ASB membership is needed at the high-school level.

Registration deadlines and first practice (missing the deadline means missing the first practice or first day of tryouts).

High School Fall Sports
Sport Registration Deadline First Practice
Football Thurs, August 9 Weds, August 15
Cross Country Weds, August 15 Mon, August 20
Volleyball Weds, August 15 Mon, August 20
Soccer, Girls Weds, August 15 Mon, August 20
Swimming, Girls Weds, August 15 Mon, August 20
Softball Weds, August 29 Mon, Sept 3 (Labor Day)





Sports picture Schedule fall 2018



12-Season Athletes for 2018

Every year we honor our student-athletes who had the persistence to complete each sports season while they were at Walla Walla High School.  This year we had four seniors Faith Hoe, Lauren Hoe, Edwin Romero-Virrey, and Emma Wenzel.  Emma, Faith, and Lauren did it all while maintaining over 3.0 GPAs.  Emma finished with a 3.9 GPA.

Edwin participated in Football, Wrestling, and Soccer each year. He also received his 4-year varsity letter in Wrestling and Soccer.  Faith and Lauren participated in Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball each year. They received their 4-year varsity letters in Basketball and Softball.  Emma participated in Volleyball, Basketball, and got her 4-year varsity letter in Track.

 We couldn't be more proud of these senior athletes.  They are not only great students and athletes, they are great examples of what it means to be a Wa-Hi Blue Devil.

Click here for a list of all the 12-Season Athletes over the years.

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