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Sprinter/jumper Jaxon Pullen served notice last week he’s ready for the 2022 track and field season with two individual event wins and a leg on The Dalles’ first-place relay.

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Columbia High’s track and field team finished its pre-spring break meet schedule March 29 at a five-way Trico League meet at Seton Catholic in Vancouver.

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The Dalles High Riverhawks (2-7) won their first home game of the season, 4-3, over the Milwaukie High Mustangs (2-4) April 1 at Quinton Street Ballpark.

It was a bounce-back game for the Hawks, who regained some much-needed confidence following a 13-8 loss at home to the Class 6A Forest Grove High Vikings (3-4) March 29.

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Hood River split two baseball games this past week — the Eagles received a stellar pitching performance in one, and they were on the opposite end of a pitching gem in the other.

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The No. 5-ranked Class 1A Dufur/South Wasco County High Rangers extended their win streak to six straight following a doubleheader sweep on the road over the Class 3A Horizon Christian High Hawks (3-4) April 1 in Tualatin.

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Columbia High’s boys soccer team appeared to be ready for the heart of league play this past week, but King’s Way had other ideas.

The Knights handed the Bruins (3-2-1 overall, 2-1 league) a 4-0 loss March 25 at King’s Way.

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The opening of league play last week was not exactly what the Columbia High baseball team was expecting, especially after its 4-1 start to the season.

But King’s Way Christian rode the momentum of Makani Geisen’s pitching gem to propel the Vancouver school to a three-game Trico League sweep of the Bruins this past week.

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Columbia High’s 8-0 girls softball start is tempered somewhat by the level of competition, but that won’t be an issue for the Bruins when they resume play following spring break in the competitive Trico League.

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The Dalles High Riverhawks boys golf team continued to show that it’s a contender for the Class 5A Intermountain Conference title with two second-place finishes last week.