Alex Field

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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.

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Pioneers slip by Blue Devils, 7-5

With two outs and Mac-Hi trailing 4-2 in the top of the seventh inning, Abi Biggs knew she needed to make something happen. The Pioneer pinch hitter had come up in clutch situations before, but Wednesday’s showdown with Walla Walla High School was different. With the stands packed and fans surrounding the sidelines, Biggs delivered a decisive two-run shot over the right-center field wall to send the non-league matchup to extra innings.

Boxing buckle makes it back to winner

As soon as he opened the envelope, Art Guglielmelli recognized the championship buckle.

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Consistency crucial at Wine Valley

DeSales finishes with three of the top four scores at the seven-team tournament on Wednesday.

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Ramsey's run of a lifetime

Disabled runner Isreal Ramsey competes in his first high school meet.

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WWCC pitch-perfect against Vikings

The Warriors’ stellar pitching is accompanied by strong offense in 10-0 and 7-0 baseball wins over Big Bend on Wednesday.

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W-P boys, Dayton girls win District 9 meet

Blustery conditions don’t dampen action in Dayton, as the host Bulldogs’ girls team and Waitsburg-Prescott boys tally wins.

Mac-Hi tracksters welcome 80th Carnival of Speed

Twenty-six teams invade Shockman Field on Friday for the annual track and field extravaganza.

Zags try to make good on 2006 collapse

Even with the long list of big wins the Gonzaga basketball program has amassed, there’s still one loss that sends a chill down the spine of Bulldog fans.

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Blue Mountain Cup play tees off at M-F Muni

DeSales’ Emily Baumgart leads the entire field, as the Irish boys win the opening round of the Cup.

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Blue Devils boast depth, versatility

The Wa-Hi baseball team brings back eight seniors as the Blue Devils look to advance past regionals.

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