At the end of last Friday’s consolation rounds at the 28th annual WIAA Mat Classic in Tacoma, senior Paul “Bubba” Demchuk was the only Columbia High wrestler still standing.
Higher-seeded teams in post-season brackets almost always are presumed to win their games against lower-seeded teams.
A Columbia High-record five wrestlers will be among the 224 competing for state Class 1A boys champion-ships this weekend at the WIAA Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome.
The ball left senior Kayla McClain’s hands with a soft rotation on it. The off-balance shot from the left baseline caught just right on the rim and hung for a fraction of a moment before tumbling out of the bottom of the net.
Led by newly crowned Trico League champion Alex Medina, Columbia High wrestling will be taking nine wrestlers to this Saturday’s regional championships in Castle Rock.
Seniors Samuel Rowlen and Jabal Gilbert each scor-ed 11 points last Saturday in Columbia High boys basketball’s season-ending, 80-56 loss to Seton there.
Ashton Hoomans, a Columbia High School freshman, is preparing for the USA Climbing Youth Bouldering Nationals this weekend. He has been climbing with The Circuit Bouldering Team out of Portland, Ore., for the past eight years and this year marks the third time he has qualified for nationals
Columbia High girls basketball took one on the chin last Thursday on its Senior Night. Trico League-leading La Center delivered the knockout by a score of 65-27. The loss dropped CHS to 5-5 in league play, though not from third place, with two games to go: at King’s Way and at Seton.
Columbia High swept its only home double-dual meet of the wrestling season here last Thursday.
Columbia High girls basketball won its third straight game here Monday with a 53-10 rout of Trico League opponent Seton.
By a score of 63-50, Columbia High’s boys basketball team registered its first 1A Trico League victory and second win overall here Monday night versus Seton.
Columbia High’s girls basketball team is riding a two-game winning streak into the 2016 portion of its schedule.
In its first season under first-time head coach Chad Myers, Columbia High’s boys basketball team got off to a rocky start.
Columbia High School 138-pounder James Bell continued his strong December run on the mats with a first-place finish at the Down River Challenge in Cathlamet on Dec. 19.
Kayla McClain dropped a career-high 20 points on Hood River Valley on Dec. 12, but they weren’t enough to lift Columbia High to a non-league victory.
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