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  • Walla Walla softball hopes to build on last season

    The Walla Walla High School softball team split the MCC championship with Richland last season, but made an early postseason exit with consecutive losses to GSL teams University and Central Valley. With seven All-Conference players returning to the fold, the Blue Devils are looking like the team to beat in 2017.

The Walla Walla High School softball team split the MCC championship with Richland last season, but made an early postseason exit with consecutive losses to GSL teams University and Central Valley. With seven All-Conference players returning to the fold, the Blue Devils are looking like the team to beat in 2017. dbrennan@tricityherald.com
The Walla Walla High School softball team split the MCC championship with Richland last season, but made an early postseason exit with consecutive losses to GSL teams University and Central Valley. With seven All-Conference players returning to the fold, the Blue Devils are looking like the team to beat in 2017. dbrennan@tricityherald.com

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