Alex graduated from Washington State University in 2012 with a degree in journalism. He spent time as a sports reporter in Hermiston before joining the Union-Bulletin. Alex was raised in Kirkland.
After boasting the NWAACC’s eighth-ranked offense a season ago, the Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team could be even more dangerous this season.
The WWCC women’s basketball team returns just one starter from last year’s squad that finished 12-2 in league play, 18-7 overall.
With the help of two friends, 45-year-old quadriplegic Troy Bird finds a way to hunt.
Jason Gesser led WSU to the 2002 Rose Bowl, and spoke of his life experiences at Garrison Middle School’s AVID class on Thursday.
Wa-Hi’s football playoff run earns eight players all-MCC honors, and Eric Hisaw Coach of the Year.
Wa-Hi’s Mikayla Ferenz, Madi Doepker, Reece Carman and Lauren Likes are joined by DeSales’ Cameron Richman signing.
Wa-Hi’s new girls bowling team gets its first look at competition Thursday when the Blue Devils head to Pasco to face the Bulldogs.
SPOKANE — After staying within one point up to halftime, Wa-Hi could only watch as Gonzaga Prep flexed its muscle through the second half.
With the regular season in its rearview, there’s only one thing separating the Walla Walla High School football team from the state playoff bracket:
WALLA WALLA — Dropped passes, penalties and turnovers made Borleske Stadium feel like a haunted house for the Walla Walla High School football team. With second place in the Mid Columbia Conference on the line, Kamiakin took advantage of the Blue Devils’ miscues and sealed the victory, 35-13, on Friday.