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.
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.
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