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.
Jabal Gilbert’s free throws with 1:50 left gave Columbia High’s boys basketball team a lead it never relinquished en route to a 53-45 non-conference result over Riverside High of Boardman, Ore., here last Saturday.
Seven of the 10 Columbia High wrestlers who took part in last Saturday’s fourth annual Bruin Interstate Invitational Wrestling Tournament in Miller Gym made it onto the medal podium.
Four Columbia High School students were among more than 800 high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country who were represented in the first-ever Varsity Spirit Spectacular at the Walt Disney World’ Resort in Orlando, Fla., Dec. 3-7.
Winter weather disrupts schedules, forces game postponements
Winter weather wreaked havoc on area schools’ basketball schedules last week.
A 31-point second quarter powered Lyle/Wishram to a 61-36 non-league girls basketball victory at Stevenson last Friday.
While the WIAA state football playoffs won’t be over until next weekend, athletes at most schools around the state of Washington already have turned their attention to their favorite winter sport, be it basketball, wrestling, or gymnastics.
The day after her final match as Columbia High’s girls soccer coach, Amy Kasenga was still processing the emotions that come from letting go of something she has built from the ground up over a 13-year career.
A lot of time has passed since a team from Lyle last played in a state volleyball tournament — 14 years, to be exact.
Lyle/Wishram’s comeback from a 24-point halftime deficit fell short last Friday as visiting Clallam Bay held on for a 54-38 victory in a WIAA 1B football tournament play-in game.
Columbia High’s girls and boys cross country teams are going back to the WIAA 1A state meet in Pasco this Saturday.
Columbia High gutted out a five-set Senior Night victory over Castle Rock here on Oct. 27 to end its season with a two-match winning streak.
Winning back-to-back league championships at the high school level is a difficult feat because the lineups can change from year to year.
Columbia High snapped a three-game Trico League losing streak last Friday for its first league win: a 42-6 victory over Seton Catholic, in Camas.
Castle Rock crushed Columbia High’s shot at the Southwest District playoffs here last Friday, scoring the go-ahead touchdown with 5:27 remaining in the 1A Trico League battle.