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The Hattenhauer Distributing sponsored Columbia Gorge Hustlers American Legion baseball team continued a successful summer league schedule, winning three more games last week to stay in contention for a possible state playoff berth.

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Three Babe Ruth teams, with players from The Dalles, Hood River and White Salmon, played a full local season this spring despite the many challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Local Babe Ruth baseball finished off the season on June 16.

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The South Wasco County High Redsides boys and girls basketball teams had among their best finishes ever in the 2021 Oregon Class 1A state basketball tournament this week.

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Opportunistic Hood River Valley expanded its offensive playbook Friday against Redmond, but it was pretty clear to the couple hundred fans watching the Eagles’ 22-0 home win that it was defense that won the football game.

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Sophomore Camden Uffelman’s seventh-place finish led Columbia High to fourth in the Trico League cross country championships Saturday in White Salmon.

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The Columbia High School girls soccer team is young. Their coach, Alondra Cazares, is a 21-year-old CHS graduate and their 17-player roster includes five eighth graders.

Multiple missions were accomplished by Columbia High’s football team Saturday afternoon, at its home away from home, Seton Catholic’s reliable turf field. The Bruins’ game was moved to Vancouver because conditions were far from optimal on their home field. Coach Dan Smith’s team responded wi…

Despite not having a schedule in place, high school athletics in Klickitat County are kicking off this week with major modifications in place to ensure safe participation.

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Gorge Thunder 18U softball team traveled to Scottsdale, Ariz., for the Triple Crown Fall Showcase tournament Nov. 5, going 4-1 on the weekend and winding up a successful — and eventful — fall softball season, according to coach Jesse Bryan.

Student-led distance runner training is giving some Gorge athletes the opportunity to stay in shape — physically and mentally — as high schools and their coaching staffs navigate life with COVID-19.

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