Haley Blair turned in the top finish for Columbia High runners last Saturday at the Three-Course Challenge in Seaside, Ore.
Columbia High made a pair of middle-quarter touchdown runs stand up en route to a 13-0 non-league victory over Washougal here last Friday.
The 2014 high school cross country season was so much fun to cover, it kind of feels like it never ended.
Columbia High’s girls soccer team had two seasons in the fall of 2014.
Columbia High’s defense notched four takeaways and the offense tallied 331 total yards in last Friday’s 28-12 season-opening, non-league win at Goldendale.
Hit hard by graduation losses, Bruins come into new season with some question marks on both sides of ball
Columbia High produced its second consecutive winning regular season record in 2014, finishing 5-4 in regular-season play for the second year in a row.
Cougars enter season in rebuilding mode after losing many key players from team that produced Cinderella 2014 campaign
Lyle/Wishram has some big football slippers to fill this fall after the key players in its 2014 Cinderella season graduated last spring.
The fourth Wild Woman Trail Marathon, 50K Run and Relay was recently held in Trout Lake.
Last weekend on the Columbia River, a barrage of colorful kites launched for the ninth annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer (KB4C) fundraiser, an event that fuels the continuing success of Athletes 4 Cancer (A4C), a nonprofit that offers week-long adventure camps for cancer fighters and survivors ages 18-40.
Costa Norte Futbol Club finished up its inaugural season on a successful note beating Hood River BSC in a friendly game on Sunday. The U-8 boys won 4-2 and the U-10 boys won 5-2. Costa Norte Futbol Club (FC) is the competitive soccer team that formed late last winter.
Two athletes with strong ties to Klickitat County will be competing in the 2015 Pan American Games, which get under way tomorrow in Toronto, Ontario.
White Salmon’s Babe Ruth team captured its fourth consecutive Columbia Gorge Babe Ruth League championship last Sunday in The Dalles with an 11-3 victory over East Cascade Electric, of The Dalles.
Columbia High school, unbeknownst to most, is part of Washington High School Equestrian Team (WAHSET), and it just finished its 7th year of competition.
Columbia High’s transport to the WIAA Class 1A Track and Field Championships in Cheney today will be carrying a lighter load than the one that took CHS athletes to last Friday’s Southwest District meet in Vancouver.
There are always winners and losers in high school sports competitions; the system is designed to produce such results.