LOS ANGELES–As Odyssey Sims was called for an offensive foul midway through the third quarter of the Los Angeles Sparks' 79-57 victory over the Minnesota Lynx on Thursday night, tensions flared between the two teams.
Mikayla Ferenz, a 2015 graduate of Walla Walla High School and now a junior on the University of Idaho women’s basketball team, was named to the Academic All-America first team on Monday. She’s just the second Vandal woman in the school’s history to receive the honor.
Former Chiawana High School and current Eastern Washington University women’s basketball player Delaney Hodgins broke the school’s career scoring record held by her sister, Hayley, in the Eagles’ win over Sacramento State on Thursday.
Cierra Jo McKeown scored a game-high 39 points, and the Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team pushed Spokane to the brink, but the Warrirors eventually fell 76-73 in overtime in the NWAC championship game on Sunday at Everett Community College.