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Pullman shooting guard Champ Powaukee drives to the hoop during a 2A state semifinal game against Mark Morris, March 3, 2023, in Yakima, Wash.

Greyhound boy’s basketball eliminated in heartbreaker

JETT HATCH, Evergreen sports reporter March 4, 2024

Prosser junior Koby McClure drove down the baseline on Pullman senior Austin Hunt. As he lept with the ball, Hunt lept with him, requiring McClure to pull the ball toward his body, and with his right hand,...

Sophie Armstrong reaches out to save a ball from going out of bands to keep a possession alive for Pullman, Jan. 25, in Pullman, Wash.

Pullman Greyhound girls basketball dominates

KEDZIE MOE, Evergreen Sports Reporter January 31, 2024

It was a victorious evening all around for the Pullman Greyhounds, and the girls’ basketball team (5-10) took a 53-24 win over East Valley Knights (0-16) Thursday night at Pullman High School. Last...

Pullman High School walks out before playing against Rogers, Sept. 22, in Pullman, Wash.

Hounds to face Selah in first postseason game

Zach Thummel November 2, 2023

The Pullman Greyhounds will battle the Selah Vikings to start the 2A WIAA postseason this Friday. The Hounds took care of the West Valley Eagles last week by a score of 17-14.  Pullman will look...

Caleb Northcroft throws a pass against Rogers High School during first quarter, Sept. 22, in Pullman, Wash.

A new look Pullman rebounds to roll into the postseason

Zach Thummel October 31, 2023

The Pullman Greyhounds knocked off the West Valley Eagles of Spokane, by a final score of 17-14. Pullman had a fairly balanced attack on the night, featuring a good run-pass split. West Valley was up...

Pullman High School football bounces back, edges Moscow Bears

Zach Thummel September 13, 2023

The Pullman Greyhounds rebounded against their state border rival the Moscow Bears after losing their season opener to the Lakeland Hawks of Rathdrum, Idaho. The Greyhounds started the first quarter...

Head Coach David Cofer shows his Pullman High School football team specific plays.

Pullman high school football travels to Idaho to open season

ZACH THUMMEL August 31, 2023

Pullman High School football kicks off its 2023 season Friday against the Lakeland High School Hawks in Rathdrum, Idaho. This is a non-league game and will be Lakeland’s third game of the season,...

Butch T. Cougar crowd surfs in the student section during an NCAA college football game against Oregon, Sep. 24.

Why being a WSU fan means so much

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor April 1, 2023

Everyone wants to see their favorite sports teams succeed, but not everyone is willing to put in the effort to actively support their favorite team in person. At any level, seeing the support of friends,...

WSU head coach Kamie Ethrige hoists the Pac-12 Championship trophy as her WSU womens basketball team celebrates after beating UCLA 65-61 in the Pac-12 Championship, March 5, 2023 in the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas.

WSU women’s hoops wins Pac-12 Championship, baseball off to best start in 43 years

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor March 10, 2023

The WSU Cougars are Pac-12 Champions! On Sunday, WSU women’s basketball did what no WSU team had done in decades. They won the Pac-12 Championship, and they did so in spectacular fashion — by winning...

Mark Morris players begin to celebrate after defeating Pullman 52-49, March 3, 2023, in Yakima, Wash.

Pullman boy’s basketball undefeated no more

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 4, 2023

In a game that came down to the last second and saw 14 lead changes, a final-second 3-point shot from Tanner Barbour missed short and the undefeated season and State Championship dream for the Pullman...

Pullman shooting guard Jaedyn Brown dunks the ball during a 2A boys basketball quarterfinal against Enumclaw, March 2, 2023, in Yakima, Wash.

Greyhounds win first game in Yakima; continue state tournament run 

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 3, 2023

The Hornets sting was not enough to take down the Greyhounds, as No. 1 seeded Pullman (25-0) took down No. 10 seed Enumclaw (22-4) in Thursday’s quarterfinal matchup of the 2A Washington Interscholastic...

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