Saturday was a great day for Greyhound Cross Country as they competed at the District Championships. The JV Boys and and JV Girls each won their team events. Mitch LaVielle and Asha Campbell both took first place in their JV races. The Varsity Girls finished second and qualified for the Regional Crossover Meet for the fourth time in the last five years. Freshman Kylie Franklin not only PR’d (18:49.71) in the three mile event, but she set the course record for the Beachview Park venue. Franklin is the GNL MVP. Junior Eli Kabasenche also PR’d (15:16.11), winning the race, and earning MVP honors. The Boys took first, second (Roman Romanyuk), and third (Patrick Nairimo) on their way to a District Championship and advanced to the Regional Crossover for the fifth straight time.
The Girls' Swim team travels to Cheney today for the biggest meet of the season. They hope to continue their undefeated league season and take home the league title. Races start at 11:00 AM #gohounds
With a 35-14 victory over visiting Othello, the Hounds made it five straight wins over the Huskies (wins in ‘84, ‘99, ‘03, ‘05, ‘18). Konner Kinkade had a rushing touchdown and threw for 408 yards and four TDS. Next Friday, the Hounds host Cheney on Senior Night; and the winner will advance to playoffs.
Today the Hounds' travel to Yakima to take on the Selah Vikings. Races start at 4:00 PM. #gohounds
In the most recent Coaches’ Poll, PHS Volleyball is ranked 2nd in 2A State. The Hounds host East Valley tonight at 7:00 PM.
The District Championships for Cross Country are this Saturday in Clarkston. Both the PHS Boys’ XC and Girls’ XC teams are ranked 3rd in State in the latest Coaches’ Poll. #gohounds
With a 25-31 victory over Cheney, PHS Boys’ Cross Country won their 3rd straight GNL Championship. Not to be out done, the Girls’ Team took places 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 to defeat Cheney 18-43 and claim 2nd Place in the Great Northern League. The teams have 10 days to prepare for the District Championship on October 20th in Clarkston. #gohounds
The Hounds carried over their momentum from last weekend’s Second Place finish at the Burlington-Edison Invite to tonight’s GNL match-up with Clarkston, sweeping the Batman’s in dominating fashion. #gohounds
PHS Volleyball, looking for some tougher competition out side the GNL, is on west side today competing in the Burlington-Edison tournament. #gohounds
The Hounds' big rival, Ellensburg, is in town today for a swim meet at the PAC. Races begin at 1:00 PM. #gohounds
The Hounds move to 2-0 in league with a 43-14 Homecoming walloping of Clarkston. Senior Konner Kinkade threw for 366 and four touchdowns, and Junior Isaiah Strong had five catches for 133 yards and two TDS. Next Friday, the Hounds head to West Valley for a game that has post-season implications for both teams.
Spirit Day is Friday. Seniors wear black, Juniors dress in white, Sophomores cover in blue, and Freshmen don grey.
A few pics from today’s “The Voice” Day (rapper vs rocker)...
Thursday’s dress up day is “The Voice” (Rapper vs Rocker).
Both the boys and girls had perfect scores of 15 against visiting Clarkston on Senior Night.
A few shots from the Homecoming Games.
It was Duck Dynasty Day today.
It’s Senior Night for Greyhound Cross Country. There will be one big race for all runners, starting at 4:30. #gohounds
The Hounds avenged an early season loss to East Valley Knight tonight, winning 3-0. Sophomore Mikayla Uhlenkott paced the Hounds with 15 kills and fellow sophomore Hanna Gecas played some solid defense with 14 digs. The Knights and Hounds are now tied for first place in the GNL. The two teams will face off again on October 16th in Pullman — a game that will likely determine the GNL Champion.
Wednesday is “Duck Dynasty Day” and the Homecoming Games will begin at 6:30PM on Hobbs’ Field. #homecoming_18
A few shots from “Drake and Josh Day.” #homecoming_18
Tuesday is “Drake and Josh Day”; wear your denim! #homecoming_18
Workout day in the books. #homecoming_18
Not only did Girls’ Swim defeat visiting 4A Walla Walla 107-63 last Saturday, but Freshman Mya Reed broke an 18-year old school record in the 50 Free. Reed’s time of 24.76 eclipsed Eva Hershaw’s mark of 24.90 set in 2000.
The first dress-up day of Homecoming Week 2018 is “Jersey Shore Day” (aka Workout Day);
Homecoming 2018 is in full swing; hall decorating began earlier today.
Girls’ Swim has their first home meet of the season today. The Hounds host 4A Walla Walla at the Pullman Aquatic Center. Races begin at 1:00 PM.
Pullman (4-1, 1-0) defeated GNL foe East Valley (0-5, 0-1) 34-13 Friday night in Spokane. Senior Konner Kinkade threw four touchdowns on 263 passing yards to lead the Hounds.
Great Northern League play kicks off tonight at 7:00 PM as the Hounds travel north to face the East Valley Knights.
Another night, another 3-0 victory... this time against Cheney; Senior Lucy Gao lead the way for the Hounds with 27 assists, four aces and two blocks.
Greyhound Volleyball is cruising, winning 3-0 for the second night in a row. PHS will travel to Cheney on Thursday night as they look to extend their winning streak to five straight.
The Hounds made quick work of the visiting Bears. Pullman raced out to a 9-0 lead in the first set and never looked back, winning the match in three straight. Tomorrow night the Hounds will host the West Valley Eagles.
Tonight, the Hounds host the Bears. The last meeting went to five. The rematch should be exciting. Be there!
It’s a battle of unbeatens in 2A Football as Pullman (3-0) travels to Tumwater Stadium to take on Black Hills (3-0).
Greyhound Cross Country heads to Cheney today for “The Battle of the 509”.
It’s “The Battle of the Dome” today at the Kibbie Dome as the Hounds and Bears face off in Girls’ Soccer.
Girls’ Swim is back in action today; they travel west to face the Prosser Mustangs. #gohounds
It took five, but the Hounds got the dub.
Come to the Hound Pound tonight to watch Volleyball battle the Clarkston Bantams at 7:00 PM. #gohound
The Hounds look to make it three wins in a row for the first time since 2013 when they face the visiting Clarkston Bantams at 4:00 PM on Windy Gulch Field.
With a 1-0 win over visiting Deer Park, the Hounds posted their second straight shutout in a row... the first time since September of 2013. Hailey Talbot’s goal in the 21st minute proved to be the game winner. The Hounds look to make it three straight on Thursday when they host Clarkston at 4:00 PM. #gohounds
At Medical Lake, Peyton Teevens and Brenna Utzman had two goals apiece, while keepers Jocelyn Gross and Grace Peschel combined for the team’s first shutout of the season. #gohounds
At the Seaport Invitational, Senior Roman Romanyuk won the boys’ 3-mile race (15:49.75) and fellow Senior Patrick Nairimo took third. The PHS boys took third as a team. The Greyhound girls won the Invite with Kylie Franklin finishing third, Ryan Hyatt claiming sixth, and Jenna Herzog taking tenth. #gohounds
The Hounds ran away with this one defeating Moscow 48-7 in the 101st meeting of the border rivals. That makes it seven straight victories for the Hounds. Senior Ty Hendrickson rushed for 120 yards on 13 carries, had four catches for 61 yards, and scored four touchdowns. Not to be outdone, Senior James Pitzer carried the ball three times for 41 yards, caught seven passes for 175 yards, and score three TDS. Senior Konner Kinkade went 15 of 25 for 364 yards and four touchdowns. Pullman (3-0) will travel to Black Hills (3-0) next weekend for a match up of undefeated 2A schools. #gohounds
Come cheer on the Greyhounds as they take on Moscow in the annual Battle of the Border game. Kickoff is at 7. It’s bear hunting season, so be sure to wear camo. If you can’t make it, you can watch the Houndcentral live stream on Facebook and YouTube.
Picking up where they left off last season, Boys’ Cross Country dominated visiting East Valley 20-37 and claiming the top three spots in the race (Kabasenche, Romanyuk, and Nairimo).
Girls’ Cross Country opened league racing with a home win over East Valley. Freshman Kylie Franklin took 1st Place to lead the way for Hounds. Pullman heads to Clarkston on Saturday for the Seaport Invite.
The Hounds made it look easy with a 3-0 sweep of visiting Cheney to improve to 2-0 on the season. PHS looks to make it three-in-a-row when they face East Valley on Thursday night. #gohounds
The Girls’ Swim season got underway on Saturday in Wenatchee. The team finished 6th (of 11 teams), including some big 4A schools. Mya Reed won the 50 Free and qualified for State. #gohounds
PHS Cross Country kicked off the 2018 racing season at the Highlander Invite in Spokane. Junior Eli Kabasenche won the Junior Boys’ race, Roman Romanyuk took 5th in the Senior Boys’ event, and Freshmen Kylie Franklin and Nicole Jones finished 3rd and 12th, respectively, in the Freshman Girls’ race. As the team, the PHS freshmen girls finished 2nd overall in that competition. The Hounds will race at home against East Valley, Wednesday September 12th.
In the first half against North Central, Pullman dominated their way to a 42-0 lead. Senior Quarterback, Konner Kinkade had a QB rating of 282 for the half, throwing 11 of 14 for 183 yard and four touchdowns. Pullman will host Moscow next Friday night at Hobbs’ Field.
Greyhound Volleyball opened league play on Thursday by drubbing host West Valley 25-15, 25-10, 25-12. Pullman will host Cheney Tuesday night at 7:00 PM.
Greyhound Football (1-0) heads to Joe Albi Stadium to take on 3A North Central (0-1) at 5:00 PM. You can watch the game on SWX. #gohounds
Girls’ Soccer opened the 2018 with a penalty kick victory over visiting Shadle Park — a first-ever win over the Highlanders. Senior Keeper Jocelyn Gross not only had two saves in the shootout but converted Pullman’s first “shot from the mark,” helping to lift the Hounds to victory. #gohounds
The Hounds opened the 2018 campaign with a 41-23 victory over visiting Lakeside. Junior Isaiah Strong had seven catches for 254 yards and four touchdowns. Senior Konner Kinkade threw for 389 yards on a 18 for 25 effort with four touchdowns. Next week the Hounds will face North Central at Joe Albi Stadium.
The 2018 HS footballl season kicks off tonight at 7:00 PM when the Hounds host the Lakeside Eagles at Hobbs’ Field. #gohounds #fridaynightlights
The annual Pullman High School Block Party, hosted by PHS ASB, will be Thursday night from 6:00-8:00PM at Hobbs’ Field. There will be Bubble Soccer and Tin Tan’s Outdoor Games. Come join the fun and kick off the school year in style. Cost is $3.00. #GoHounds
Congratulations to Jared Holstad for being selected by the Washington State Soccer Coaches’ Association as a 1st Team 2A All-State Defender.
Senior-to-be Josh Joireman won the National Championship in Photography at the SkillsUSA Competition in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a year-long process that starts with almost 16,000 photography students competing at local, regional and state competitions throughout the country before culminating in the week-long event in Louisville. Congratulations to Josh on his remarkable achievement.
Come celebrate the year in Greyhound Athletics tonight at 7:00 in the theater.
Be sure to be at the theater on June 6th at 7:00 for The Barkleys to celebrate all of the accomplishments of the athletes at Pullman High School #gohounds
Congratulations to Sophomore Peyton Teevens who not only took 5th at State in the 300 Hurdles but also PR’d in the event with a 45.95.
Mayyi Mahama does it again... another State Championship, this time in the Shot Put. (44’ 3.75”). (photo credit: @wiaawa)
Sophomore Eliason Kabasenche set a new school record today in the Boys’ 3200 (9:27.38), eclipsing Micha Adams 2009 time of 9:32.21. Kabasenche finished 5th at State.
Senior Cole Hawes claimed 4th Place in the State 2A High Jump with a leap of 6-04. The PHS Boys’ Track team is having a great State Meet so far.
Congratulations to Sophomore Asha Campbell who jumped to a 7th Place finish in the State 2A Triple Jump competition.
Saving his best for last... on the last throw of his high school career, senior TJ Newman threw a personal best 187-05, beating his previous best by 16 feet. And with that final throw, Newman jumped from 4th Place to 2nd Place. #gohounds
State Champion pole vaulter, Kameron Kinkade, tied the PHS school record (Peter Van Wie, 2006) for Pole Vault at 14-06. Teammate Wesley McKee jumped 13-06 to finish 5th. (photo credit: @wiaawa ) #gohounds
Mayyi Mahama threw a 147-01 to win her first State Championship. Fellow senior thrower, Adiel Wenger took 6th Place with a hurl of 114-07. (photo credit: @wiaawa ) #gohounds
A late sprint by sophomore Eliason Kabasenche helped lift him to a 3rd Place finish (4:22.21) in the 1600 meter race. #gohounds
Junior Dylan Hodge claimed 8th Place (20-08.00) in the 2A State Long Jump competition. #gohounds
Senior Eric Martin capped his outstanding high school golf career with a Great Northern League MVP title and a 17th place finish at the 2A State Tournament. Congratulations! #gohounds
Doubles’ partners Jacquie McAleer and Lucy Gao punched their ticket to State today with a Regional-Crossover victory over Selah. They will join fellow Hounds Jacob Pru, Sierra Robinson, and Madison Shearer at the Nordstrom’s Tennis Center next weekend for the 2A State Tournament. #gohounds
Greyhound Track & Field had a good day at the state-qualifying meet at Ephrata High School; the top four finishers in each event move on to next week’s State Championship. 15 PRs were set for the Hounds at the meet. Here are the state qualifiers: Track Boys 800m 2. Aron James (2:00.63), 4. Patrick Nairimo (2:03.12) 1600m 2. Eliason Kabasenche (4:37.93) 3200m 3. Eliason Kabasenche (9:57.95) 110m Hurdles 1. Tyrus Thomas (15.33 - PR) 300m Hurdles 2. Cody Teevens (40.50 - PR) 4x400 Relay 4. Cody Teevens, Sam Leeper, Aron James, Jacob Goron (3:31.04) Discus 3. Trevor Steffen (142-00 – PR) Javelin 1. TJ Newman (171 -01 – PR) High Jump 2. Cole Hawes (6-00.00) Pole Vault 1. Wesley McKee (14-00.00 – PR), 4. Kameron Kinkade (13-00.00) Long Jump 1. Dylan Hodge (21-04.50 – PR) Track Girls 100m 4. Chiara Allen-Featherman (12.92 – PR) 3200m 2. Ryan Hyatt (11:50.78 – PR) 100m Hurdles 3. Peyton Teevens (16.15 – PR) 300m Hurdles 3. Peyton Teevens (46.19) Shot Put 1. Mayyi Mahama (44-09.50 – PR), 4. Payton Walker (38-01.50) Discus 1. Mayyi Mahama (146-05 – PR), 3. Adiel Wenger (118-01 – PR) High Jump 1. Peyton Teevens (5-02.00 –PR) Triple Jump 3. Asha Campbell (36-00.50 – PR)
Make sure to come out and support the Boys' soccer team as they take on Burlington-Edison in the first round of the state tournament at 5:30 #gohounds
It was an all-Pullman Final for Girls’ Doubles at the District Tournament with Sierra Robinson and Madison Shearer facing off with Jacquie McAleer and Lucy Gao. Robinson and Shearer won the championship (6-4, 6-1) and the automatic birth to State May 26-27. McAleer and Gao advance to next weekend’s Regional Crossover match with a chance to advance to the State Tournament. #gohounds
Senior Jacob Pru won the District 7 2A Boys’ Singles Tennis Tournament and advances to the State Tournament May 26-27 at the Nordstrom Tennis Center. Doubles partners Tim Watts and Casey Crow took 2nd at the District Tournament and will play next weekend in the Regional Crossover match; winners at that event advance to State. #gohounds
The softball team travels up to East Valley to take on the Knights in a district 2A game at 12:00 #gohounds
The baseball team takes on Ephrata at 1:00 in a 2A crossover game, winner goes onto state #gohounds
The Pullman High Boys’ Golf team followed up a regular season team championship with a District 7 championship at Liberty Lake GC. Eric Martin also followed up his regular season individual championship with a District 7 Tournament championship. Martin had the low two-round score of 156 (71/75) to take the district title. Pullman qualified 3 golfers for the state tournament in Richland, WA May 22, 23, the most of any team in the league. Martin, Dane Bednar (74/81), and Terry Byrne (81/79). The Hounds haven’t lost a league match in two years. #gohounds
Mike Larson’s header in the 78th minuted lifted the Hounds to a 2-1 victory over Clarkston and to a District Championship. The Hounds have won both League and District Titles in three of the last four seasons. Pullman will host the first round of State next week.
Make sure to come out and support the Boys' soccer team as they take on Clarkston in the district championship at 4:00 #gohounds
Greyhound Softball swept Clarkston in a doubleheader on Saturday, and 10-runned a team for the first time this season (18-8 in the second game). Pullman (#4) will face East Valley (#3) May 12 in a loser-out, first round of Districts game. #gohounds
Catch the baseball team at 2:30 as they take on West Valley for the district championship #gohounds
Make sure to come out and support your Greyhound softball team for senior night as they take on Clarkston in a double header starting at 12:00 #gohounds
Tonight and Saturday night at 7:00 PM, it’s the annual Rock Show put on by the PHS Choirs. Always entertaining. Always amazing. And, it’s free. Don’t miss it.
It was a good day in Greyhound athletics as Boys’ tennis and Boys’ golf got the win #gohounds
Today is the last regular season tennis match for the Greyhounds. The boys are home for Senior Night! #gohounds
It’s a busy day for Greyhound athletics, make sure to come out and support your baseball seniors tonight as senior night will start at 4:00 against West Valley. Girls’ tennis is also home and they take on East Valley at 3:30. The softball team has their final regular season road game of the year as they take on West Valley at 4:00. The Boys’ tennis team is also on the road at 3:30 as they take on last place East Valley #gohounds
It's senior night in the Windy Gulch as the Hounds take on West Valley at 4:00 #gohounds
Jake Wells and Konner Kinkade combined for a no-hitter in the second game against Cheney Saturday afternoon. With the 1-0 victory, the Hounds secured the Great Northern League Championship. PHS will finish out the regular season Tuesday when they host West Valley for Senior Night. #gohounds
The baseball team hosts second place Cheney in a big double header starting at 1:00 #gohounds
Good luck to the Greyhound softball team as they take on Cheney at 12:00 #gohounds
Greyhound Track heads to Central Valley for the last meet before the District Track Meet.
On Thursday, Senior Julia Lupkes hit a 90 at the East Valley Invite to take medalist honors. The Invite including teams of all classifications from around the region.