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Gulls knock Mule boys out of districts

Wahkiakum fans were left speechless Monday night in Rochester as the Mules’ season came to an abrupt end after a dreadful 41-38 loss to Pacific League foe Raymond. The Mules entered the game as the clear favorites over the Pacific’s fourth place...

 

Mule boys bag Ducks, lose to Vikes

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team capped their snow-shortened regular season Monday night with a convincing 54-39 win over the Toutle Lake Ducks on Senior Night in Cathlamet. The Mules and Ducks traded buckets back and forth in the opening few...

 

Mule boys cut down Loggers 50-44

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team came from behind to topple league foe Onalaska last Wednesday night, beating the third-placed Loggers 50-44. The Mules entered the final quarter trailing by...

 

Mule boys win one, drop two games

The Wahkiakum Mules came out red hot against Napavine last Wednesday night when they hosted the Tigers in a Central 2B League matchup, netting 22 points while converting on five three pointers in the opening quarter. Unfortunately, the Mules managed...

 

Mules halt slide with win over Winlock

Shane Souvenir and Austin Good led the Mules past a sluggish start to a much needed league victory last Friday night when they edged the struggling Cardinals 49-42 at Winlock. The duo combined for 34 points (19 and 15, respectively) as the win...

 

Mules hit slide, drop three straight

The Mules have hit a bump in the road this season after coming up short in all three of their games this past week. The team’s troubles began last Thursday night against the Mossyrock Vikings. After taking a 17-point lead into the half, 39-22, the...

 

Mules dominate Dayton tourney, pound Comets

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team stormed through their opponents in the annual Dayton Christmas tourney that also marked the return to action of senior shooting guard Seth Doumit. The Mules opened the tournament with a 68-38 victory over the...

 

Mule boys open with four straight wins

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team kicked off the new season this past week with a busy schedule, tallying wins over fellow Central 2B League members Napavine, Winlock, and Pe Ell, and a non-league victory against South Bend. Coming off a third...

 
 By David McNally    Sports    May 2, 2013

Mules’ district hopes dashed by Ducks

The Wahkiaum Mules’ baseball season virtually came to an end this past week as the Mules dropped a pair of road games at Morton-White Pass and were swept at home by Toutle Lake. Last Thursday, the Mules hit the road to take on the Timberwolves and...

 
 By David McNally    Sports    April 25, 2013

Tigers sweep Mules in baseball action

The Wahkiakum Mule baseball team struggled to get the bats going last Wednesday night against Napavine, falling 7-0 in the opener before dropping the nightcap 13-2. The Mules tallied just four hits in the opener, two from Lars Blix and one apiece...

 
 By David McNally    Sports    April 4, 2013

Mules sweep Pirates in doubleheader

The Wahkiakum Mules brothers Lars and Gunnar Blix combined to stifle the visiting Adna Pirates last Thursday in a pair of Central 2B League games, winning the opener 6-2 before taking the nightcap...

 
 By David McNally    Sports    March 28, 2013

Mules split with Mossyrock

The Wahkiakum Mule baseball team split a double-header with Mossyrock this past week, losing the opener 11-1 in six innings on Friday and winning game two 4-2, with four innings played Friday night and the remaining 2 ½ innings Monday...

 
 By David McNally    Sports    March 7, 2013

Mules place third in state tournament

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team capped off their rollercoaster season with a third place finish at last week’s state tournament in Spokane, ending the year on a high note. The Mules reached the semifinals after a gritty 62-49 win over...

 

Mules pound Liberty Bell, head to state

For those fans that made the nine hour roundtrip journey to Sunnyside this past Saturday to watch the Wahkiakum Mules take on the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions in a loser-out, winner-to-state regional game, they were rewarded with a 63-36 Mule thrashin...

 

Mules place 3rd, head to regionals

The Mules will be heading to central Washington this weekend as they clinched a berth to regionals with four wins this past week. Facing elimination following their second loss of the season to seventh-seeded Winlock, the third-seeded Mules found...

 

Cards upset Mules at District

Seniors Peter Weiler and Lars Blix combined for 39 of the Mules’ 52 points last Thursday night, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the upset minded Winlock Cardinals in the opening round of district play, with the Mules falling 57-52. The...

 

Mule boys team stops three straight opponents

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team finished the regular season on a strong note this past week, posting wins against Mossyrock, Toutle, and Adna to secure their position in districts as the third seed from the Central League. The Mules began...

 

Mules fall to Loggers

For the second time this season the Mules came up three points short against eighth-ranked Onalaska, falling 45-42 to the Loggers. Slow starts have plagued the Mules throughout the season, and it continued again last Wednesday, as the Mules fell...

 

Mules slide past Tigers, Trojans

The Wahkiakum Mule boys basketball team took a small step in the right direction this past week following back-to-back home upsets the week prior as the team buckled down to pick up a pair of league victories on the road. Last Wednesday, the Mules...

 

Cards, Comets corral cold shooting Mules

Wahkiakum fans were left utterly stunned this week after the Mules were upset in back-to-back home games by Winlock and Naselle, falling 54-41 to the Cardinals on Friday and 51-47 to the Comets on Monday. The losses dropped the Mules to 6-3 in...

 

Mules go 6-0 over Christmas break

Following back-to-back losses to Morton-White Pass and Onalaska in mid-December, the Mules have won six straight games and closed out the first half of the season on a strong note. The recent surge began just before Christmas when the Mules went onto...

 

Mules capture KM Trophy

The Wahkiakum Lady Mules captured the KM Trophy December 27 with a 53-35 win over the visiting Naselle Comettes. The Mules outscored the Comettes 18-5 to break open a close game. Haylee Budd led the Mules with 19 points; Katie Green led the Comettes...

 

Mule boys suffer a pair of losses

Any hopes of a perfect season were dashed this past week after the Mules dropped a pair of league games against division foes Morton/White Pass and Onalaska. The Timberwolves jumped on the Mules early, taking a 16-7 lead after one quarter and never...

 

Mule boys beat Tigers, Trojans

The Mules moved to 3-0 on the young season with home victories over a pair of league foes in the past week, outlasting the Napavine Tigers 49-37 last Thursday and pummeling the Pe Ell Trojans 75-38 on Tuesday. The Mules got off to a slow start...

 

Mule boys survive scare on the road

The Wahkiakum Mules opened the 2012/13 basketball season with a narrow 63-58 victory Tuesday night over the perennial bottom-dwelling Winlock Cardinals, coming from behind in the fourth quarter to nip the home team. After leading by as many as 18...

 

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