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The Hood River Yacht Club’s high school sailing coaches paid honors to the 13 graduating seniors from both Hood River Valley High School and Columbia High School. Coach Lars Bergstrom said the team had a reduced schedule but they did compete at the Island Cup Regatta in Oak Harbor.
Three seconds and two thirds. Those are the top finishes Columbia High boy wrestlers posted last Sat-urday at the WIAA Region 2 Wrestling Tournament in Hoquiam.Significant? You bet. They mean five CHS wrestlers will be wrestling for state championships this weekend at the 32nd annual Mat Cla…
Bickleton eliminated Trout Lake from the Yakima Valley District 1B boys basketball playoffs last Saturday with a 67-57 victory at Goldendale High School.The win earned the Pirates (8-12) a rematch with the Sunnyside Christian Knights ( 13-9) on Tuesday in a loser-out game. The Knight lost to…
After 10 Trico League games, Columbia High and Stevenson finished tied for third place at 5-5. Because the they split their regular-season meetings, the two teams were forced to playoff Tuesday for a spot in the Southwest District Girls Basketball Tournament.The Bruins (12-8) beat Castle Roc…
Columbia High’s effort to break into the win column in 1A Trico League boys basketball standings took a couple of hits last week in Miller Gym.The Bruins (0-7 in Trico, 2-15 overall) lost at home to the second-place La Center Wildcats last Thursday, 69-26, in a game the visitors led from sta…
At the midway point of 1A Trico League girls basketball season, Columbia High sits in a three-way tie for second place with Stevenson and King’s Way of Vancouver.The Bruins (10-5 overall) won two of three Trico contests last week to improve to 3-2 in league standings. One of those wins came …
A 7-point closing run in the third quarter propelled Columbia High to a 56-45 1A Trico League girls basketball win over visiting Seton Prep last Thursday.
Columbia High girls basketball wrapped up its non-conference schedule last Saturday at home with a 56-30 victory over Fort Vancouver.“We played our best game so far,” said Bruins Coach Don Struck. The Bruins improved to 7-3 with their second win over the Trappers from Vancouver.Mya Aman, wit…
Trout Lake and Lyle/Wishram girls basketball teams both posted two wins last weekend at the Mt. Adams Shootout in Trout Lake.The host Mustangs (6-4) defeated the Vashon Island Pirates on Friday, 63-28, then beat the Riverside Christian Crusaders of Yakima on Saturday, 69-32.Lyle/Wishram’s Co…
Columbia High girls basketball brushed off its first loss of the season with a wire-to-wire 46-33 non-conference victory here last Saturday over the Riverside Pirates of Boardman, Ore.
Columbia High girls basketball opened the 2019-20 season with four straight wins. Two of those wins came in Miller Gym, where the Bruins outscored their opponents 117 to 102.The Bruins tipped off the new season on Dec. 4 with a 57-47 victory at home over the Trout Lake Mustangs.They followed…
When Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat and Entiat tangled in last year’s State 1B football playoffs, it was the Cougars who racked up a lop-sided 77-22 win over the Tigers to advance to the quarterfinal round.Fast forward one year, the Cou-gars and the Tigers met once again, but this time in Quincy, no…
A 46-0 victory over Tekoa-Rosalia last Friday advanced Lyle/Wishram/-Klickitat into the quarterfinal round of the 2019 WIAA State 1B football tournament.
During a Wednesday afternoon and evening of playoff volleyball when nothing came easy, Klickitat/Glen-wood captured the Yakima Valley Dis-trict 1B championship with a hard-fought four-set victory over rival Sun-nyside Christian.
In a preview of the 1A Trico League cross country championships on Oct. 23, Columbia High’s boys team raced to victory here last Wednesday in its only scheduled home meet of the 2019 season.
Columbia High volleyball closed out the non-league, non-tournament portion of its 2019 schedule last week with a match on the road to start the week and one at home to end it.
Trout Lake boys soccer is in for a bumpy ride during the 2019 season after losing nine starters from the 2018 team that went 10-3-1.The Mustangs graduated seven players and two others who would have starters again left the school district before the start of the 2019-20 school year.
One senior and eight sophomores return from the 2018 Columbia High/Trout Lake girls soccer team that won its final four regular-season matches and hosted Elma for a Southwest District 1A tournament play-in match.
The names of Columbia High football’s 2019 opponents and the order of its nine regular-season games are the same; only the locations of the games have changed.
The Klickitat Chapter of Trout Unlim-ited just received a donation of 10 Quest Fly rod outfits from @LLBean to support its chapter’s youth/veterans fishing and casting events.
The Columbia Gorge River Bandits 18U team won three of four games July 19-21 at The Last Hoorah Tournament in Camas. The good news is they won three games in a row. The bad news is they lost their fourth and final game to the team it beat in the opening round on the 19th.
River Bandits catcher Cart-er Bennett checks for ad-vancing runners after rec-ording the most consequen-tial out of game one of last Wednesday’s double-header. On the play, Bennett was the receiver of a relay throw from Brandon Connell, who cut off a throw from center fielder Trenton Howard …
Closing out the series on the on the anticipated futures of Columbia High School seniors is career high school athlete, Trenton Howard.
Columbia High baseball earned its first State tournament berth since 2002 with a pair of victories last weekend at the Southwest District Tournament in Castle Rock.
The post-season began Monday in Castle Rock for this year’s 1A Trico League baseball champions against Forks, the No. 4 en-try out of the 1A Evergreen League.
There were so many out-standing performances at last Friday’s Bruin Invitational Track and Field Meet, picking one to lead with was a difficult task.
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