April 17, 2014
April 17, 2014
Lyle/Wishram and Yakama Tribal boys basketball teams were scheduled to meet for a third time this season on Tuesday to decide who’ll play Sunnyside Christian on Fri-day for the Yakima Valley District 1B Tournament’s top seed in next weekend’s 16-team WIAA regional playoffs.
Columbia High’s boys basketball team played its final game of the 2013-14 regular season on Feb. 4 at home against Trico League opponent La Center.
A 44-21 victory over La Center here Feb. 4 earned the Columbia High girls junior varsity basketball team a share of the 2013-14 Trico League championship.
White Salmon has produced some amazing things over the years and now it can add "gold-medal-winning Olympian" to that list.
A 50-30 victory over Seton Catholic on Jan. 27 is proving to be an important one for Columbia High’s girls basketball team.
Eight Columbia wrestlers are slated to compete Saturday at Southwest District Class 1A sub-regional meets that also are serving as entry points for next weekend’s regional championships.
After scoring a hard-fought Greater Columbia 1B League girls basketball victory on the road last Friday, Lyle/Wish-ram looked to maintain its hold on first place at home last Saturday against undefeated Sunnyside Christian.
Ryan Lockman scored a game-high 17 points and Columbia High led from the first quarter on last Friday en route to a 56-41 Trico League boys basketball victory at winless Ilwaco.
A second three-game winning streak of the season has vaulted Columbia High’s girls basketball team into a tie for fourth place in updated Trico League standings.
Columbia High’s boys basketball team took three steps back last week with a trio of Trico League losses that left it all alone in seventh place.
With only five wrestlers available, Columbia High was no match for Toledo or Castle Rock at last Thursday’s Trico League double dual meet in Toledo.
Columbia High wrestlers put on quite a show during a Trico League double dual meet here last Thursday.
Toledo snapped Columbia High’s two-game win streak with a 66-39 Trico League boys basketball victory there Monday night.
The home-court advantage again played to Columbia High’s favor Monday night.
Senior Nathan Bell’s victory in the 160-pound weight class provided Columbia High’s top highlight at the Washougal River Rumble last Saturday.